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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS and DEATHS Ia. 60.; HARRIAGES 5a each; IN 31EMORIAM NOTICES. 23: 6d.; Poetry. 6d. per line extra [In order to guard against rmpcattlon, notices of Births. Marriages and Deaths must be authenticated by same respectable person to ensure insertion.] BIRTHS. HOWLETT.-On February 3, at Carr-street, West Perth, the wife of W. J. Howlett-a son. WEBB.-On January 24, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Webb. of 1Marel Loch (late Perth)-a daugh ter. Both doing well. WHITE.--On February 9, at Nurse Smith's, 72 Newcastle-street. 137 Lord-street. to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. White. of 30 Smith-street, High gate Hill-a daughter. MARRIAGE. BLECHYNDEN—BATHURST.—On January 8, at St. Paul's Church, Bridgetown, by the Rev. F. Davis, assisted by Canon Adams, of Bunbury, Herbert Edward, eighth son of the late John Blechynden, of Bridgetown, to Ellen Frances, youngest daughter of the late Guy Briton Bathurst, of London, England. DEATHS. BELL.-On February 10. at the residence of his son-in-law. MIr. J. H. Bennett, 33 Waleott street, North Perth. George. the beloved hus band of Jane Catherine BelL Deeply re gretted. Portland (Tictorian) papers please copy. COLOGL.-On February 7, at Perth, William, eld est son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Colgin. Subiaco, and brother of Mrs. E. Saggers, Katanning, aged 37. McKENZIE.-On February 10, at 21 Holland. street, Fremantle, John Andrew, dearly be loved husband of Jessie. and father of P. K., L. C., JO.O, E R. McKenzie. A patient suf ferer at rest. Victorian papers please copy. IN MEMORIAM. HANNA.-In sad and loving remembrance of my dear wife and our dear mother, who depart ed this life on February 11. 191. Silently the shades of evening Gather around our lonely door; Silently they bring before us The tace we shall see no more. The time is long, but still we think Of bygone days. when you were with us; And while we think we wish that van Your love and kindness still could give us. -Inserted by her loving husband. daughter, and sons, Elizabeth, Willie, and Harry. H.ANNA.-In ever loving memory of our dar ling mother, who passed away on February 11. 191. How sadly we gaze on her picture, And treasure her dear vacant chair; Our memories will stray back to mother, In fancy once more see her there. We gaze on the mound where she's sleeping, And know she is resting at last; But her dear love is with us for ever, Oh, her love it will always lanst. -Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in law, Charles and Evelyn Hanna. HasNsA.- In the cold and silent grave she is sleeping, My grandma, the dearest and best; Hush, hush, be all sorrow and weeping, Dear grandma is only at rest. -Inserted by her loving and only grandchild, Daisy. OLIVER.--In memory of my father, Adam Oli. ver, who died at Perth on February 9, 1911, aged M. -Inserted by his son J. I. Oliver. PAIK-In loving memory of our dear son, grandson, and brother, Donald Dinnie, who passed peacefully away on February U1, 1910. Three years have passed, our hearts still sore, As time goes on we miss him more, Your loving smile, your dear, sweet face, There's none on earth can fill his place. -Inserted by his loving parents, O. T. and .I. Park, grandma, and sister Dorothy. PLANT.-In loving memory of my dear hus band, David Plant, who passed away at Perth, February 1, 1903, aged 70 years. God saw when his footsteps faltered, And his heart grew weary and weak, So he bade him rest for a season For the pathway had grown too steep. -Inserted by his wife, A. Plant. ILVERLOCK.-In loving memory of our dear son, Ernest Nelson, who died at Perth, Feb rnary 11, 1911, aged 7j years. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. -Inserted by his loving parents, W. 0. aid E. Silrerlock. WILLIA3ISON.-In sad and loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life at James-street, on February 11, 1912. -Inserted by his loving son and daughters, W. II. A. and S. Willinmson. FUNERAL NOTICES. BELL,-The Friends of the late Mr. George Bell, late of the Royal Mint, Perth, are respect fully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Predbyterian Ceme tery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. - J. H. Bennett, 33 Walcott-street, North Perth, at 10 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) MOlRN ING. per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11 o'clock tain leaving Perth. BOWBA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. TeL 308. AIIB.--The Friends of the late Mr. Albert Carr, bootmaker. of 166 Hay-street, Subiaco, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Methodist portion of the Karrakatta L'emetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, 16 Hay street Subiaeo, at 3.45 o'clock THIS (Tues day) AFTEItNOON, per road. Friends wish Ing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Direc tor, 844 Hay-street. Perth, and at Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. 137. UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. WEST PERTH COVENTRY LODGE. No. 347. CARRI-The Brethren of the above Lodge, and the Order in general, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late Brother, Albert Carr, to the place of interment, the Methodist portion of the Karrakatta, Ceme tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence,. 1t6 Hay-street. Subiaco, at 3.45 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, weroad. Brethren wishing to attend the funeral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train from Perth. By order of the Arch-Druid. BRo. T. AMOT,. secretary. HOLDING.—The Friends of the late Mr. Seth Holding, boilermaker, late of the Loco. Shops, Midland Junction, W. A. Government Railways, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Anglican portion of the Karrakatta Ceme- tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave Al- bany House. 840 Hay-street, Perth, at 3   o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral

may proceed by the 3.30 o'clock train from Perth and Fremantle. DONALD J. CHIPPER. Funeral Direc- tor, 844 Hay-street, Perth, and at Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. 137. COASTAL BOILERMAKERS' UNION, PERTH, W.A. HOLDING.-The Members of the above Union are respectfnlly invited to follow the remains of their late Comrade, Mr. Seth Holding, late of the Loco. Shops, Midland Junction, W.A. Government Railways, to the place of inter ment, the Anglican portion of the Karrs hatta Cemetery. tThe Funeral is appointed to leave Albany House. 8410 Hay-street. Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON. Members attending the Funeral may proceed by the 3:11 o'clock trains from Perth and Eremaunt'e By order. THOS. PENDLEBURY, President. JOHN GENDERS, Secretary. -ERR.-The Friends of the late Mr. John Kerr, tailor, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of Interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his residence, ltathay-street. Victoria Park. at 2 o'clock THIS Truesday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3.30 train leaving Perth. BOWýtA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. TeL 308. LARSEN.—The Friends of the late Captain Michael Larsen (master of Messrs. McIl- wraith, McEacharn and Co.'s tug s.s. Tor- rens, and of De Lisle-street, North Freman- tle), are respectfully invited to follow his re- mains to the place of interment, the Luth- eran portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Co.'s Private Mortuary, Mar- ket-street Fremantle. THIS (Tuesday) AF- TERNOON, the 11th inst., at 2 o'clock. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under- takers, Market-street, Fremantle (TeL 225), and opposite the Railway Station, Claremont, PROVINCIAL GRAND BLACK CHAPTER   OF W.A. LARSEN.—The Sir Knights of the above order are requested to attend the Funeral of the late Sir Kt. M. Larsen. The Funeral is ap- pointed to leave A. E. Davies and Co.'s pri- vate Mortuary, Market-street, Fremantle THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock. A special car will leave the Town Hall, Fremantle, at 2.15 p.m. Regalia to be worn. By order, E. T. W. BOLTON, Grand Registrar. L.O.L., NO SURRENDER, No. 7. LARSEN.—The Members of the above Lodge are requested to follow the remains of their late Bro. Michael Larsen, in the Fremantle Ceme- tery. Catch 2.15 p.m. train. Regalia. To- night's General Meeting will be postponed ac- cordingly. By order of the W.M. HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L.O.L. LARSEN.—The Sisters of the above Lodge are respectfully invited to follow the remains of Michael Larsen (master of s.s. Torrens), the dearly beloved husband of Sister A. Lar- sen, to the place of interment, the Lutheran portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Ar- thur E. Davies and Co.'s Private Mortuary, Market-street. Fremantle, THIS AFTERNOON at [2] o'clock. A. PRIOR, W.M. M. B. ADDISON, Secretary.

F'UNERAL NOTICES. THE HARBOUR AND RIVERS CERTIFICATED MASTERS' UNION. LARSEN.--The Members of the above Union are respectfully requested to follow the re- mains of their late comrade, Captain Michael (Jack) Larsen, master of Messrs. McIlwraith, McEacharn, and Co.'s tug s.s. Torrens, to the place of interment, the Fremantle Ceme- tery. The Cortege will leave Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Co.'s Private Mortuary, Mar ket-street, Fremantle, THIS (Tuesday) AF- TERNOON, at 2 o'clock. H BROWN, President. H. DODD, Secretary. MARONET.-The Friends of the late Mr. Ed ward Maroney, late of McLean Bros. and Rigg. Murray-street, Perth. are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the Karra k.tta Cemetery at 10.45 o'clock THIS (Tues day) MORNING Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 10.30 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Direcr tor. 844 Hay-street, Perth, and at Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. 137. McKENZIE,-The Friends of the late Mr. John Andrew McKenzie, late of Messrs. A. Blain and Co., Perth, and of No. 21 Holland-street, Fremantle, are respectfully invited to fol low his remains to the place of interment, the Wesleyan portion of the Fremantle Ceme tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence. No. 21 Holland-street, Fre mantle, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, the 1th inst.. at 4 o'clock. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under takers, larket-street, Fremantle (Tel. 2253. and opposite the Railway Station, Claremont. STAR OF BEACONSFIELD, L.O.L., No. 19. McKENZIE.--The Brethren of the above Lodge are respeeltfully requested to follow the re mains of their lat' Brother, John Andrew McKenzie, to the place of interment, the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave his late residence, No. E1 Hollnnd-street, Fre mantle, at 4 p.m. THIS DAY (Tuesday). Members are requested to attend in regalia. A. W. RICHARDSON, W.M. W. SCORER, Secretary. ROSSITER.--The Friends of the late Mr. Edward A. Rossiter late of E. A. Rossiter, Produce Merchant. - Perth, are respect fully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment. the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Ceme tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, corner of Broome and Pearse streets. Cottesloe, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, 12th inst.. at 10.30 o'clock. Friends attending the Funeral may proceed by trains leaving Perth and Fremantle at 11 a.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under takers, Market-street, Fremantle (Tel. 255), and opposite the Railway Sta tion, Claremont. WOOD.-The Friends of the late Mr. Rowland Robert Wood, late prospector on the East ern Goldfields,' are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Presbyterian portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, "'Dubeth," Canning-road, East Fremantle, THIS (Tuesday) AFTER NOON. the 11th inst., at 4.15 o'lock. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under takers, Market-street, Fremantle (TeL `25). and opposite the Railway Station, Claremont. ... -s-·- |•'

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