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Births and Deaths, Bereavement Notices,   Marriages, and in Memoriam Notices, up           to six -lines, 3 /; each succeeding line,         6d. per line extra.               In order to guard against imposition, notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be     authenticated by some respectable person         to ensure insertion.                     BIRTHS.             FISHER. — On March 26, at Nurse Ashton's   Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. T.   Fisher, of Mount Lawley — a daughter. Eastern States papers please copy.   HARRIS.— On March 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Crom.   Harris, of Reserve street, Wembley Park — a son. Both well.     HERKES.— On March 30, at King Edward Me- morial Hospital, to Mr. and. Mrs. H. D. Herkes — a son. Both well. KRETCHMAR. — On March 27, 1930, at 136 Railway-parade, Leederville, to Mr. and Mrs.   A. E. Kretchmar, of Coolgardie — a son.   PADBURY. — On March 28, at Koogan, to the   wife of A. W. Padbury — a son.   PINNER (nee Margaret E. Larkin).— On March 20, at Miss Harvey's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pinner, of 55 West-parade, East   Perth — a son. Both well. No visitors for six days.   RADFORD. — On March 27, 1930, at St. Helen's, West Midland, to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rad- ford, of Clayton Farm, Helena Valley, late of Highbury, G.S.R. — a son (Colin Albert).   Both well.     ROSIER. — On March 25, at St Vincent's Private Hospital, Nicholson-road, Subiaco, to Mr. and   Mrs. S. C. Rosier — a daughter. Both well. THROSSELL (nee Dorothy Snooke). — On March 23, at Nurse Doyle's Private Hospital, Mann- street, Cottesloe, to Mr. and Mrs. George E. L. Throssell — a son (Frank). Both well.     WETTERS (nee Thelma, Girlie, Smith). — On March 21, at Niola Private Hospital, Cam- bridge-street, West Leederville, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wetters, of Perenjori — a daughter. DEATHS.   BAWDON. — On March 30, 1930, at the Child-   ren's Hospital, Valma May, infant daughter of Sidney and Gertrude Bawdon; aged four     months. R.I.P.   BRYSON. — On March 29, 1930, at St. John of God Hospital, Subiaco, Margaret Isabel, the dearly beloved daughter of Mrs. Nora   Bryson, of No. 2 Harwood-place, and fond sister of Vera (Mrs. H. E. Tracey), Nell (Mrs. W. Dunne), Nora, Jean, Winnie, and Jim,     of Perth, John and William, of Melbourne;   aged 23 years.     R.I.P.       BRENNAN. — On March 29, 1930, at Nurse Be- van's' Private Hospital, 491 Newcastle-street, Perth, Clyde Francis, infant son of William and- Linda Brennan); aged 6 days.   R.I.P.   CALNON. — On March 23, at Midland Junction, William, loving uncle of May and Percival Mc- Mullen, of Geraldton.         CAREY. — On March 30, 1930, at Perth, James Joseph (Tiny), the beloved husband of Mrs.       Mary Veronica Carey, of 61 Short-street, East   Perth, and fond father of Molly; aged 51   years.       R.I.P. COLEMAN. — On March 29, at Brighton, Victoria, Cyril Edward, dearly beloved husband of Mar- guerite, and loving brother of Louis, Frances, and Julia, Perth.   COOPER. — On March 28, 1930, suddenly, at   his late residence, Mandurah, Clarence Cleland,     dearly beloved husband of Gertrude Laura     Cooper, and loving father of Laura, Harry,   Ray, Maisie and Helen; aged 54 years.       GEORGE. — On March 29, at his residence, 354 Charles-street, North Perth, Henry, the dearly   beloved husband of Ada, and fond father of   Charles Henry George; aged 69 years. GODFREY. — On March 13, at Albany, Sarah, beloved wife of Fred (Narrogin) and dearly loved daughter-in-law of Mrs. T. F. Godfrey,   of Morawa; aged 68 years.               MAKIN. — On March 28, at the residence of her   daughter, Mrs. David Douglas, 50 Bourke-   street, Kalgoorlie, Mary Elizabeth, wife of   the late Robert Henry Makin; aged 82 years 11 months.         Sweet rest at last.         MOIR. — On March 19, at Quairading, Mary (Bon- nie) Crawford, dearly loved infant daughter of William and Mary Moir, and dear little sister of Billie, Christie, Bobbie and Rae; aged 4 years and 5 months.       At rest.                     NAPIER. — On March 13, at Armadale, Ruth Min- nie, beloved wife of G. A. Napier, beloved daughter of Mrs. J. F. Godfrey, of Morawa; loving sister of Fred (Narrogin), Fanny       (Mrs. Steele, Midland Junction), Harry,     (Armadale), Reuben (Morawa); Ernest (Quair- ading), Ada (Mrs. Budley, Morawa), George, and Alice (Horsham), and late Sapper God- frey, A.I.F.; aged 54 years.     Thy will be done.     O'BRIEN. — On March 29, at St. John of God Hospital, Subiaco, Matthew, the dearly beloved husband of Mary O'Brien, of 192 Vincent- street, North Perth; aged 65 years.       POTTER. — On March 30, 1930, at her late re- sidence, 37 Congdon-street, Swanbourne, Lily Rasnleigh, beloved wife of Henry Potter and loving mother of Nerge, Gladys (Mrs. T. B. Hill), Harry and Trixie; aged 65 years.   QUINE. — On March 29, at Subiaco, William   John, dearly beloved husband of Martha, fond father of Will (deceased), Elsie (Mrs. F. N.     Hancock), Mona (Mrs. J. Marriott), Fred, and Alan; brother of Jack Quine (Maylands), and   very old friend of Mrs. Hullett (Maylands);   aged 65 years.             A patient sufferer at rest.                   QUINE. — On March 29, at St. Andrew's Hospi- tal, Will, loving brother and brother-in-law of Jack and Cassie Quine, and fond uncle     of Jack.               One of the best.       RICHARDSON. — On March 27, at Northam     Hospital, Allan George, dearly beloved youngest   son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Richardson, station- master of Bcncubbin, late Grass galley; aged 5 years 4 months.           WEDGE. — On March 28, 1930, at Mount Law- ley, Louisa, late wife of F. A. Wedge, of Perth,   loved sister of S. Swale, South Australia. Gone but not forgotten.            

IN MEMORIAM.                       Anzac Heroes.   FRY. — In loving memory of my dear son and our dear brother, Private Thomas Leonard   Fry, killed in action at Sailley-le-Sec, March   30, 1918.           Ever remembered.       Inserted by his loving mother, sisters and   brothers, and daughters May and Myrtle.       HOWARD. — In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Cpl. H. E. Howard (Tony), killed in action in France, March 30, 1918. Ever remembered.       Inserted by his loving father, mother, bro-       thers, and sisters, Kelmscott.           SHELDON. — In loving memory of our dear son     and brother, Private Norman Edwin, who died on Salisbury Plain, England, March 31, 1918; aged 21 years.             Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother and sister.                 TRENAMAN. — In loving memory of dear Roy, who was killed in action on March 30, 1918.   We leave him in God's keeping,       The rough road safely o'er.       Not dead to those who loved him,         But only gone before.           Inserted by his loving mother, brothers and sisters.             WILLIAMS. — In ever loving memory of my dear son and our brother Private Herbert. A. Williams, 51st Battalion, who was killed in action in France, on March 31, 1917; aged 27 years, 11 mouths.               To memory ever dear.       Inserted by his loving mother, brothers and sisters. __________               BANNATYNE. — In loving memory of my old pal, Jack, died March 21, 1929. Inserted by Jack Knight.     BOLTON. — In loving memory of my dear brother Joseph (Joe), who passed away March 31, 1923; aged 42 years.     Loving and true in all his ways, Upright and just till the end of his days, Ready to help in time of need, Kind in thought and honest in deed.   One of the best. Inserted by his affectionate brother, Jack (Wuraming).     BROWN. — In loving memory of our dear sister, Alice Maud, who fell asleep on March 31,   1920, at her late residence, Carrington-street,   Palmyra.           Fond memories.       Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-       law, Amy and Jim.         CURRELL. — In sad and loving memory of our dear daughter, Myrtle and loving mother   of Reggie and Lennie, who passed peacefully   away at South Perth on March 31, 1927.     Though lost to sight, to memory ever dear.   Inserted by her father and mother, M. F. and A. Culleton and loving children, Reggie and Lennie. CURRELL. — In loving memory of our dear sister and auntie, Myrtle Ann, who passed away March 31, 1927.       Sweet is the word remembrance, As these few words will show;           We hold you still in our memory dear, As the years may come and go.   A patient sufferer. Inserted by her loving brother and sister and family, Frank and Nita Cullcton and family, Bil- laricay.             COULTON.— In loving memory of my dear wife   who passed away on March 31, 1927.   Too sadly missed to be forgotten.         Inserted by her loving husband.     COULTON.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Bayswater,     March 31, 1927. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-   law, Harry and Daisy Coulton, Nedlands.       COULTON. — In loving memorv of our dear   mother and grandmother, Esther Coulton, who   passed away at Bayswater on March 31, 1927. Ever remembered.   Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-   law Florrie and Alec McLaren and grandchildren Ron, Gwen, Joan and Max.   COULTON. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away March 31, 1927. Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-   law Elsie and Jack and grandchildren Kath   and Ken.   COULTON. — In loving memory of my dear     mother, who departed this life on March 31, 1927.                 Hallowed memories of one so dearly loved,   and sadly missed.           Inserted by her loving daughter Annie.                        

IN MEMORIAM.     DAVIES. — In loving memory of my dear friend   Mrs. M. L. Davies, who passed away March 30, 1927.   Ever remembered. Inserted by M. Boxhall.   EDWARDS. — In loving memory of our dear bro- ther, Francis Roy (Muggins), accidentally killed, East Perth, March 30, 1919. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in- law, Tom and Ada Edwards. ELVIN. — In loving memory of a dear friend, Mrs. T. Elvin, who was called to a higher life, March 29, 1929.     One of the best. Rest in peace. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Wrout and Tom.   GALVIN. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed out of this life,     March 30, 1922.     May her soul rest in peace. Inserted by her loving husband, son, and   daughter, Jack and Rosie, and son-in-law, Lou.   GALVIN. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed out of this life, March 30, 1922. May her soul rest in peace. Inserted by her loving son, Jack, daughter-   in-law, Ruby, and granddaughter, Rosie. HAIR. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Robert, who passed away in Queensland, March 31, 1927. Ever remembered.               Inserted by his loving daughter Teenie, son- in-law Jack, grandchildren, Edna, Bill and Avis Fry, Duncan's Mill, via Holyoake. HAIR. — In loving memory of our dear dad and granddad, Robert, who passed away at South   Brisbane, March 31, 1927. When evening shadows are falling, Sweet memories saddened with pain   Steal into our hearts with a longing,   If we could only see him again.   Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in- law and grandchildren. HARGRAVE (nee Ablett). — In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, Hazel Marion, who passed away March 31, 1923; aged 27 years.     Loved and longed for always. Inserted by her loving husband Clarry and   children Bobbie and Betty. HARGRAVE (nee Ablett). — In loving memory of my dear daughter arid my dear sister, Hazel Marion, who passed away March 31, 1923.   Loving memories.     Inserted by her loving mother and sister   Rene.   HIBBLE. — In loving memory of my dear husband, Guy Victor Hibble, who died suddenly, March 31, 1925.       So dearly loved and sadly missed. Inserted by his loving wife, Ella Hibble, Darkan. HIBBLE. — In loving memory of our dear dad, wbo died March 31, 1925.   Loved and remembered. Inserted by his children, Bessie, Lloyd and Ian, Darkan. LYONS. — In loving memory of dear Colin, who died March 30, 1929. Oh, why was he taken, so young and fair, Our dear little loved one, we little could spare;     Memory recalling, in fancy we trace, Colin, our darling, your sweet little face. Inserted by his loving parents.     LYONS. — In loving memory of dear little Colin, who died March 30, 1929. A day of remembrance, sad to recall, Still in our hearts you are loved by us all. Inserted by his uncle Bob, auntie and cousins. MORGAN. — In loving memory of our dear hus- band and father, John Herbert (Jack), who   passed away March 30, 1924. Loved and remembered always. Inserted by his loving wife and daughter,   Dorothy.

OATEN. — In sad and lonely loving memory of my dear and only daughter, Elsie, who pass- ed away March 31, 1926, at Wyalkatchem. In my heart your memory lingers, Sweetly tender, fond and true,     As the years go by dear Elsie, I will always think of you. Inserted by her lonely loving mother, M. J. Harris and daughters, Doreen, Betty, Lenis, West Subiaco. PALMER. — In loving memory of our darling little Ray, who fell asleep in Jesus on March 31, 1929; aged nine months. It is not the tears at the moment shed That tell of the love for the soul that has fled; But an aching heart and a hungry yearn For the dear little one who will ne'er return. Inserted by his loving mummie and daddie   and little brothers, Laurie and Don. PALMER. — In loving memory of dear little Ray, who fell asleep in Jesus, on March 31, 1929.     He was only a little white snowdrop,   So good, so pure from his birth;     God thought it best to take him   Before he was soiled by this earth.       Inserted by his loving auntie Mary, Bun-     bury.                   PALMER. — In loving memory of our darling little Ray, who passed away March 31, 1929. A little bud in heaven.       Inserted by his loving grandma, grandpa, uncles, aunties and cousins.                         ROWAN. — In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Dennis, accidentally killed March 30, 1918.             Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brother, York.       STARR. — In loving memory of our dear hus- band and father, William Robert, who was accidentally killed March 31, 1925. Loving memories never die,     Though changes come and years roll by.     Inserted by his wife and children, Norman and   Edna.             STEVENS. — In loving memory of our dear mother Minnie Stevens, who passed away at   Perth, March 31, 1929.       God's greatest gift, remembrance.   Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-   law, Sylvia and Fred Coppin.   STEVENS. — In loving memory of our dear mother Minnie, who passed away March 21,   1929.           Inserted by her daughters, Beat, Ria. and   Clorine.           STEVENS. — In loving memory of our dear friend Mrs. Minnie Stevens, who departed this life   March 31, 1929.     Ever remembered.     Inserted by her loving friends Mr. and Mrs. D. Leach and family, Cannington.  

VOLKMAN. — In ever loving memory of my dear husband, Julius, who died March 31, 1928. Sacred heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul; Sweet heart of Mary, your prayers for him extol. Inserted by his loving wife, Kate Volkman, Havelock-street.   VOLKMAN. — A tribute to the memory of Julius (Dad), who fell asleep on March 31, 1928. Remembrance.   Inserted by his pals, A. and E. Urquhart. WATSON. — In loving memory of my dearly loved mother, Charlotte Elizabeth, who departed     this life suddenly at Perth, March 31, 1927. Called away from those who loved her, Away from all care and strife;   But a beautiful memory liveth     Of a sweet and unselfish life.     Inserted by her loving son Jack.   WATSON. — In ever loving memory of our dar- ling mother and grandma, Charlotte Eliza- beth, who passed away at Perth, on March   31, 1927. In our hearts your memory lingers, Sweetly, tender, fond and true, As the years go by dear mother,   We will always think of you,     At dawn you are remembered,   With tenderness, love and regret, At sunset still memories awaken,   Of the one we shall never forget. Inserted by her ever loving daughter and son- in-law, Vera and Bert Roberts; grandchildren     Irene and Ronald, Stoneville, Western Australia. WATSON. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Charlotte E. Watson, who   passed away March 31, 1927. Sweet is the word remembrance   And these few lines will show; You will always be remembered,   As the years may come and go. Our darling mother. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-   law Hilda and Jim Steward, and granddaughters   Vera, Dolly and Elsya, Fremantle. WATSON. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who fell asleep suddenly st Perth, March 31, 1927. No one hears the door that opens, Where they pass beyond recall; Soft as loosened leaves of roses, One by one our loved ones fall. Inserted by her loving daughter and grand- daughter, Mabel.       WATSON. — In loving memory of our dear friend, Mrs. Watson, who passed away peacefully on March 31, 1927.   The sweetest of memories, fond and true, Always remain in our hearts for you. Inserted by E. and H. Baxter, Lennie, and   Mrs. Blackmore.   WHITE. — In loving memory of our dear friend, Lou (Mrs. Jack White), who passed away on March 30, 1929. Ever remembered.     Inserted by Ruth and Cyrus Davies, and Edna Chappie.                 BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. E. F. BRADY and Family herewith convey their sincere THANKS to the many friends   who sent tokens of sympathy to them in their great loss.       MRS. SALTER, Miss C. Salter, Mrs. M. Bowra, and Mr. T. S. Salter desire to THANK all kind friends and relations for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent bereavement; especially they wish to thank Dr. Streich and Nurse Bellas for their untiring attention.  

FUNERAL NOTICES. BAWDON. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Syd- ney Bawdon (junior) of 68 Kent-street,     Victoria Park, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their beloved infant daughter, Valma May, to the place of interment, the Ro- ma, Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Fune- ral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 1.45 o'clock, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Fune- ral, may proceed by the 2.5 o'clock train leaving Perth. BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier- street, Perth. Tel. B4308. BRENNAN. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W.   H. Brcnnan, of Mornington, W.A., are re- spectfully invited to follow the remains of their beloved infant son, Clyde Francis, to the place   of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mortuary,   195 Pier-street, Perth, at 10.45 o'clock, THIS (Monday) MORNING, per road. Friends wish- ing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11.5 o'clock train leaving Perth.   BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier- street, Perth. Tel. B4308.      

FUNERAL NOTICES. BRYSON. — The Friends of Mrs. Nora Bryson, of No. 2 Harwood-place, Perth, are respect- fully invited to follow the remains of her late dearly beloved daughter Margaret Isabel, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appoint- ed to leave St. Brigid's Church, West Perth, at 9.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral   may proceed by the 9.40 o'clock train leaving Perth. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Brigid's Church at 9 o'clock, this morning. BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-   street, Perth. Tel. B4308.   H.A.C.B.S. ST. BRIGID'S BRANCH, NO. 418, WEST PERTH. BRYSON.— Members of the above Branch and of the Society in general are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of our late member, Sister Nora Bryson, which is appoint- ed to leave St. Brigid's Church, Fitzgerald-street, West Perth, at 9.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING, per road, for the Karrakatta Ceme- tery. Members may proceed by the 9.40 o'clock train leaving Perth. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Brigid's Church at 9 o'clock this morning. F. ARTHUR, President.   R. J. HAGARTY, Sec.   CAREY. — The Friends of the late Mr. James Joseph (Tiny) Carey, of the Electricity and   Gas Department, Perth, are respectfully invited   to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, 61 Short-street, East Perth, at 1.45 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may pro- ceed by the 2.5 o'clock train leaving Perth. BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier- street, Perth. Tel. B4308.     CUNNOLD. — The Friends of the late Mr. John Thomas Cunnold, dearly beloved eldest son   of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cunnold, of 130 Hope- street, Beaconsfield, and fond brother of Harry, Fred, Louisa, Bert and Dorrie, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Fremantle.   The Funeral is appointed to leave the Mortuary Parlours of Mr. Joseph C. Semken, Adelaide- street, Fremantle, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNING at 10 o'clock, arriving at the Ceme- tery at 10.20 o'clock.     JOSEPH C. SEMKEN, Funeral Director, Fre- mantle and Cottesloe. Tel. FM682 and F1066. GEORGE. — The Friends of the late Henry George, late of 354 Charles-street, North Perth, and late of the Perth City Council, be- loved husband of Ada George, and loving father of Charles Henry George, are respectfully in- vited to follow his remains to the place of in- terment, the Methodist Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Service Chapel of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle- street, Perth, at 11 o'clock, THIS (Monday) MORNING per motor. Friends wishing to at- tend the Funeral, may proceed by the 11.5 a.m. train leaving Perth.     O.'-H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 New castle-street, Perth. Tel. B12S1. 175 Albany road. Victoria Park. Tel. B3410. I.O.O.F. FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 3. GEORGE. — The Officers and Members of the above Lodge and the Order in general, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of our late brother, Henry George, to the place of interment, the Methodist section of the Karra- katta Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Service Chapel of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle-street, Perth, at 11 o'clock, THIS (Monday) MORNING. Brethren desiring to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11.5 a.m. train leaving Perth. E. P. WELCH, N.G. G. PEGLER, Sec.

KIRKBRIDE. — The Friends of Mr. John Kirk- bride, of 11 Queen's-crescent, Mount Law- ley, are respectfully informed that the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Emma, will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 10.30 o'clock, THIS (Monday) MORNING. The Cortege will move from Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son's Ser- vice Chapel, 1023-7 Hay-street, Perth, at 10 o'clock. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 10.15 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral Di- rectors, 1023, 1025 and 1027 Hay-street (corner George-street), Perth. Tel. B3232. Inglewood Branch: 735 Beaufort-st.     LEE. — The Friends of the late Mr. Thomas Lee, of the Salvation Army Aged Men's Home, Claremont, formerly pearler in North-   west, are respectfully informed that his re- mains will be privately interred in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 3.50 o'clock.       ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Undertakers, Fremantle, Claremont, and Hollywood. Tel.       FM225, F2177, and F1281.         O'BRIEN. — The Friends of the late Matthew (Matt) O'Brien, of 192 Vincent-street,   North Perth, dearly beloved husband of Mary O'Brien, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Roman   Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral     is appointed to leave St. Brigid's Church, West Perth, at 10.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORN- ING, per motor. Requiem Mass will be cele-   brated at 10 a.m. at St. Brigid's Church. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral, may proceed     by the 10.40. a.m. train leaving Perth.   C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 New-         castle-street, Perth. Tel. B1231; 175 Albany-         road, Victoria. Park. Tel. B3416.           O'BRIEN. — The Friends of Senator and Mrs. Lynch, of Three Springs, Mrs. P. Lynch, of Maylands, and Mrs. J. Mahoney, of Beaufort-   street, Perth, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late beloved brother-   in-law Matthew (Matt) O'Brien, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kar-   rakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave   St. Brigid's Church, West Perth, at 10.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING, per motor. Re-   quiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. at St. Brigid's Church. Friends wishing to at-     tend the Funeral, may proceed by the 10.40 a.m. train leaving Perth.         C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281   Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. B1231. 175 Al- bany-road, Victoria Park. Tel. B3416.   POTTER. — The Friends of Mr. Henry Potter, builder, Cottesloe, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Lily Rashleigh, to the place of inter-   ment, the Wesleyan Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral will leave her late residence, 37 Cong- don-street, Swanbourne, TO-MORROW (Tuesday)

MORNING, at 11 o'clock, arriving at the Ceme- tery at 11.20 o'clock. Friends may proceed   by trains leaving Fremantle at 11 o'clock and   Perth at 11.5 o'clock. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Undertakers,   Fremantle, Claremont, and Hollywood. Tel. FM225, F2177, and F1281.   QUINE. — The Friends of the late Mr. William John Quine, of 8 Rankin-road, West Subi- aco, dearly beloved husband of Martha, fond   father of Elsie (Mrs. F. Hancock), Mona (Mrs. J. Marriott), Fred, and Alan, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Methodist Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late resi- dence, 8 Rankin-road, West Subiaco, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 3.45 o'clock. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3.45 train from Perth.     PROSSER, SCOTT and CO., LTD., Under- takers, 351 Hay-street, Subiaco; 628 Newcastle- street, Leederville. Tel. B3680, B3399.     U.A.O. DRUIDs, PROSPERITY LODGE. No. 833. QUINE. — The Officers and Members of the above Lodge and members generally are re- quested to attend the Funeral of their late Brother William John Quine, which will arrive at the Karrakatta Cemetery THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON at 4.5 o'clock. W. GUMMOW, Secretary.    

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