BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS AND DEATHS. BEREATEMENT NO. TICES, six lines, 3s.; MARRIAGES., s. each; IN MEMIORIAM NOTICES, six lines. 3s., poetry 6d. per line extra. order to guard against :m sition, notices of Births, Marriages, and Deathe must be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure ins?_tion.1 BIRTHS. BERRY.-On November 26 at 120 Grosvenor road, North Perth. to 31r. and Mrs. Cyril Berry-a son. Mother and child well. South end, Essex, England, papers please copy. LEAHY (nee Kerslake).-On November 24, at Elsinore, Nurse Jones's Private Hospital, Marmion-street. Cottesloe, to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Leahy, of Cottesloe-a daughter (Mary Kathleen). SAVAGE.-On November 22, at St. Clair's Hospital, Bunbury to Mr and Mrs. J. Savage, of Jarrahwood, via Busselton-a daughter. Mother and baby well. MARRIAGES. POND-TOt'ARD (Silver Wedding).-On No vember 2-, "189, at Wesley Church, Geraldton, by the Rev. Henry Charles George, Sydney Pond second son of John James Pond, Esq., of Truro, Cornwall. England, to Charlotte Quinn Touard, fifth daughter of the late John Yonard. Esq., of Marine-terrace, Geraldton. STURTRIDGE-GURNEY.-On November 13, at St. Joseph's Church, South Perth, by the Rev. Pace, Harry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sturtridge, of Hester Siding, to Annie Ellen, eldest daughter of the late George Frederick and the late Kathine Gur- ney, late of Victoria Park. DEATHS. AILUM.-On November 28, 1919. at Pancb howl, New South Wales, George Edward Frank (Ted), late of Princess-road, Claremont, and Telegraph Department, Perth, eldest son of Frank and the late Fanny, and stepeon ot Rachel AlIum. .EDGAB.-On November 28,' David, 25 Knuts ford-street, North Perth (late of West Subiaco), dearly beloved husband of Amelia, and loving father of Jack, Robert James, and wee Peggie, brother of James, brother-in-law of Maggie, and uncle of wee Jack. A sudden call. MALLON.-On November 20, at 52 Bourke street, Leederville, Margaret, the dearly-be loved wife of Philip Mallon, loving mother of Patrick (late of 28th Battalion, A.I.F.), Mrs. J. Moore, Mrs. T. Hughes; and Mary (Tup), fond grandmother of Jackie Moore and Mar garet Hughes, aged 68. By request, no flowes. R.I.P. Melbourne papers please copy. IN MEMORIAMT. Anzac Heroes. RAITRD.-A tribute to the memory of my pale, Corporal Jock Baird, Corporal Bob Stokes. and Private Paul (.2nd Battalion), killed at Measines, December 1, 1917. Tlhe redeemed 1an0 holds its redeemers. Inserted by W. Flindell. CHALLENGER.--In loving memory of Private P. G. Challenger, late of the 32nd Battalion, who was killed in saction on November 30, 1917. Inserted by his friends, B. Halt and W, Kybert. KING.-In tad. and ever loving memory of oar dear brother and uncle, Private George Andrew King, who died of wounds in France n November 28, 1917, aged 31 years. He went with the hope of returning Along with his comrades so brave, But, with many a hero, he's sleeping In an honoured soldier's grave. Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in law Horace and Elsie King. and little nephewr nod nieces, Horace. Bonnie, and Georgina, Mar rinup Mill. BAILET.-In sad and loving memory of our dear son. Edward Prior Bailey, who passed away very suddenly on Deoember 1, 1918, aged eight yearn. Ohb how sad when death comes near, And takes the one we loved so dear; .But when God calls, we must obey, 'For what He gives He takes away. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. Inserted by his loving father and mother, sis ters and brothers, and Grandma Taylor, East Perth. , BAILEY.-In loving memory of our little grandon. Edward Prior Bailey, who passed peacefully away on December 1, 1918, aged eight }ears. In our home you are fondly remembered, Sweet memories cling around your name. True hearts, that have always loved you, Will ever be the same. Inserted by his loring grandpa and grandma, uncle Herb, auntie Annie, and cousin Edna, Forrestdale. BRICE.-In loving memory of my darling hus band, 'William Brice, who passed away on De cember 1, 1918, at Bayley-street, West Mid land. Sleep on, dear love, till we meet again On the sands of that beautiful shore, Where the sorrows of parting shall be forgot Where we meetto part no more. Ineertedl by his loving wife,- Nellie. BRICE.-In loving memory of William Brice, who departed this life on December 1, 1918, at Bayley-street, West Midland. Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted. Inserted by his affectionate brothers, Tom and Charlie. FORREST.-In loving memory of Eric, much loved and only child of Willinam and Ruby For rest, late of Day Dawn, who was accidentally drowned at South Beach on December 1, 1918. Iorid by all who knew him. He left his home in perfect health. Never thinking death was near, Nor dreaming that he never would Return to his mother dear. * What would we give his hand to clasp, His lovely face to see; To hear his voice and see him smile, That meant so much to me. We miss you, for we loved yeo. As memories we recall; For the parting of our Eric Was the saddest day of all. Torn from my heart, oh I how I miss you Inserted by his sorrowing father and mother. FORRERA.-In loving memory of our dear nephew and counsin, Erio, who was accidentally drowned at Fremantle on December 1, 1918. (od wanted one more angel child Amid His shining band, So He bent, with lonsg care, And clasped dear Erie's hand. inserted by his loving anntie and uncle, and comusin, . and A. Spenoe. FORBEST.-In loving memory of our darling nephew, who was accidentally drowned at South Beach on December 1, 1919. He was a sweet little rosebed. A sweet little flower from birth:
Bot God tool him to heaven Before he was soiled by this earth. Like ivy on the withered oak, Where all things else decay, Our love for him will still keep green, And never fade away. Inserted by his loving auntie and uncle, 1. and E. Higgs. FORREST.-In loving memory of our dear onnstn, Eric, who was accidentally drownes at South Fremantle Bench on December 1, 1918, aged 3 years. Inserted by his sorrowing consis,r Itnby, Mabel, and Joan, Dangin. HUGHES.-In loving memory of my beloved mother, Ann and wife of the late James Hughes, of Queen's County, Ireland, accidentally burnt on November 9S. 1917. Where the dear old River Shannon flows. How cruel and bitter was the pain, A sad and dreadful end. To think, dear mother, you laid there Without a helping friend. I imagine, darling mother, The suffering that you bore. And I pray to God you are happy Where pain can sting no more. Inserted by her loving daughter, M. A Savage. MIARKWELL.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Agnes 3larkwell, who passed away on Leoomber 1, 1918. Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving daughters, Ethel and l'ops, and son-in-law Will. McCALLUM.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Gavin McCallum, who was drowned in the Swan River on December 1, 1907. Inserted by his loving parents and brothers, George and Harold. MeIVER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who died on November 30, 1917. How we long for the voice we loved to hear; There'a none can tell how me miss you, dear; A loving mother, kind and true, Mother, dear, how we long for you. Tnserted by her loving son and daughter. La. and Dolly. McIVYEl.-ln loving memory of my dear mother, who died on November .0, 1917. I little thought when I said good-bye, We parted for ever, and you were: to die; The grief that I felt words cannot tell That I was not with aou to say farewell. In?ertal by her loving son, Fro. tlate 11th Battalion, returned). MINOItGAN.-In loving memofy of Colour. sergeant Thomas IMinorgan, who departed this life on December 1. 1911. Inserted by his loving wife and famliy. OWENS.--n sad hat loving memory of our car mother and grandmother, who depnrtrl this life on November ii, 1919. Inserted ly Mrs. F. 1Mor6-an and family, S Market-Street, Fremantle. PRIIEST inee Isabel onhb).-In ad and Inr. ing memory of our dear daughter and s?l?er, Bell,. who psased away in New Zealand on lie cember I. 1917 (pneumonic inflnenna). Inserted by her loving and sorrowing par oUts, Mary and George Ilobb, and by her lov ing sister and brothers, Dessic, George, ane Duncan. ItOBIKSON.-In sad but loving memory of ouor dear son, Fredorick Graham..vh o la;- d nw y on December 1, 1915, aged 23 cear' Again appears a?e.d-t o-,r g!oo)r This month ot bitter .e, . When the son an dearly loved by u? By death vus f?a.ced C! a,. Imeted by L; Ivcy n father and modn ar.
IN MEMORIlAM. ROBINSON.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Frederick Graham, who died on De cember 1, 1915. This is the day of remembrance to all: This is the day so sad to recall; Dear is the grave where our dear brother lies, Sweet is the memory that never will fade. Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law and niece., 68 Ellen-street, Fremuntle. SUITCLIFFE:.-!: sor"ag memloryf .r o , ear mother, Mrs. 1. .. S. te.:-e whso deiart.d tis life at St. Helen's Hospital. sn Novercrer 3I. 1917. Gone, but I..t fo .itten Inserted by .er daugh'er, Mis. A. . Gil christ. SWAIN.--In loving memory of our darling daughter and sister. Mavis, who passed away November :10, 1917, at Port Pirie. She was a sweet litlc snowdrop, A sweet little flower from birth: And God took her home to heaven Before she was soiled by this earth. Inserted by her loving mother, brothers. and sisters. South Australian papers please copy. WEATHERBFrIlN.-In loving menrory of our dear father, wno .sae awas at A.l.maece.n, New South Wales, t.n Novemaoer ::0. .'Il also our dear mother, wo0 pi-..ed away at ;ie.r Guildford, on January 31, 191I Thy will be don-. Inserted by their loving son. dauhter-in-san grand-children, James and Ella Weatherbnra, Hertie and Cliff. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. Mr. and M[rs. T. Burkett desire to THANK all kind friends for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym pathy in the lose of their dear eon, Norman Vincent. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilson, and their son Bernard, desire to empress THANKS for kind messages of sympathy upon the death of then beloved sister and aunt, Dr. Gertrude Mead. FUNERAL NOTICES. MALLON.-The Friends of Mr. Philip Mallon, of 52 Bourke-street, Leederville, are respect fully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly-beloved wife, Margaret, to the place or interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Ear rakatta. A Requiem 31ass will be celebrated at St. Brigid's Church at 9 o'clock this (Mon day) morning. The Funeral is 'appointed to leave St. Brigid's Church at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3 p.m. train leaving Perth and 3 p.m. from Fremantle. No flowers, by requeit. C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 New: castle-street, Perth. Tel. AtI31. SKILTON.-The Friends of the late Mr. Thomas Skelton, late of North Fremantle, and formerly of the 48th Battalion. A.I.F.. are re speotfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Anglican portion or the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is ap- pointed to leave the Private . Mortuary at Messrs.. Donald J. Chipper and Son, 84 Hay street, Perth, at 10.:30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNING. Friends wishing to at tend the Funeral may proceed by the ll o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral Directors, 844 Hay-street, Perth. Tel. A32t?.