BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS AND DEATHS, BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. six lines. 3s.; MARRIAGES. 5s. each; IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, six lines, 3s.; poetry. 6a. Der lir.« ertr*. (In order to cuara againn iiupor.Hion. no tices of Births, Marriages, and .Death* must- be authenticated by some respect able person to ensure insertion). BIBTHS. CLARK (nee Lucy Potter). — On August 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Aidan Clark, of Ma y lands —a. son (premature). Mother well. 'COOKE (nee Elsie Keen). — On August 21. at Norse Loveland's, Cottesloe. to- Mr. and Mrs. W. H.^Cooke, of Shackleton — a son. Both uelL COBBY. — On August 22. to Mr. anu Mrs. ?red Gobby, of v 37 Bourke-street, Leeder ville — a son. REAR. — On July 26. at Hillcrest, North Fremantle, to Mrs. Agnes and late James Henry Rear — a son (James Kingsley). REYNOLDS. — On Angnst 0. at Nurse Hayrhornthwaite's. to Mr. and Mrs. W Rey nolds, of Bruce Rock — a daughter (Esme Marie). Both well. WALLIS (nee Lurlyne Mill) — On August 24, at Waverley Private Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Watson Wallis, of Mount Lawley — a son (Lindsay Mill). Both well. MAEEIAGB. MORRELL— CHIDLOW (Golden Wed ding) -r-On August 25, 1874, at old St. James s Church, Xortham. W.A., by the Rev. Stephen. Brown, David, third son of the late Frederick and 'Harriet Morrell, to JuSa, third daughter of the late WiJtam and Mary Chidlovr. Present address, Nargeekjn, Chid ? low-street, Northani. ' DEATHS. ALLEN.— On August 23, 1924. at 2 Lo retto-street. Snbiaco. W.A.. Charles loved ?usiand of the late Augusta Caroline Allen, and father of Charles (Maylands), Sis (Su biaco), J. S. (Subiaco), Mrs. G ElKott (LeederviUe), Mrs. J. Bowden (Wooroloo). and Mrs. S. Dunstan (MeJbourne)r aged 85 fears. Re-united. BROWN. — On August 23, 1924. at the Terth Bospital, Emily, Brown, late of the Kalyzoic, 47A Market-street, Premantlc aged 4i*years. .. - x MEWS. — On August 22, 1924, at Freman tle, Edith Mary, dearly beloved wife of Horace Mews, of 57 Scott-street, South Fre mantle, fond mother of Milton and Verna, and beloved daughter of Henry M. and Ade laide M. Giddens. MILLER,— On August 22, 1924, at Minors, Yiew-street. P.eppennint Grove. Constance Jlary, -widow of the late Frederick Miller. R.I.P. ?- QUIRK.— -On August 23, at Subiaco, Agnes, the beloved wife ?of John Christopher Quirk; fond mother of Kathleen, John, Reta and Richard Quirk, aged 43 years r; ? . r*x, -QUIRK.— On August 23. at St. John of God Hospital, Agnes Quirk, beloved friead ?f Mrs. A. Swmdlehurst. At rest. REAR - On ApriI 14 James Henry (late 43rd Battalion and late Westonia), dearly loved eldest son of Catherine and stepson of Ben Rear, and dearly loved brother of Robert, Queenie, Dolly, Will, Albert, George, Jack, Stan. Deeply mourned. REAR.— On April 14, James Henry (late 43rd Battalion and late Westonia.), dearly loved husband of Agnes and dearly loved lather of Harold, Dorothy and James. At rest. WEDD.—On August 23, 1924, at Puntie- crescent, Maylands, Allan Joseph Wedd, dearly beloved husband of Ruby, and loving father of Peter, Keir, Walter, and Iris, and fond son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Wedd, of Maylands, aged 37 years. IN MEMORIAM. BLACK.— In sad bnt loving memory of eur dear son and brother, Stanley Duncan, Who departed tint life on August 25, 1919. They, miss you most whs loved you best. - Inserted by his loving parents, and sister Eileen. . ? , . ' ' ' ... BROWN.— In ever loving- memory of our ?ear eldest daughter. and sister, Stella Mary (Mollie). who . passed peacefully away' at ?Fremantle, August 25, 1922, .aged 21 years. God onln knows. how. we miss you, MolKe?^ 'As it dawns another year. ? ?? ' A* loving, thoughtful daughter and !a sister ?'' dear. Inserted by her parents, H. A. and M If. Brown, sisters (May, Flo., Elsie, «nd~Amy, and brothers Neil, Tom, and Mick. BROWN. — In loving memory of our dear Brother and uncle, Philip, who .died August So. '1919. . ' Inserted 'by L. and W. Vincent and family. ' COLE. — In loving memory of my dear son, William Thomas (Tom), -who departed this life August 24, 1919. At. night when the shadows are falling, , My heart grows strangely sore. And I have a hopeful longing, ? For my dear son 'gone before. Ho fought ' life's battles bravely. And patiently stood the test, *ow he is loved and remembered, Because he -was one of the best. ? ? Dear son of mine.' Inserted- by his loving mother. DENTON.— In sad and loving memory of ?t West Midland, August 24, 1923. One by one earth's ties are broken One_3-y one they're linked above.' ?onie day there'll 3-e a swoet-fennion In that land of life and love. So- dearly loved, so -sadly missed. Inserted 'by her loving father and mother, and -jHSters. , DAWSON.— In loving and sad memories of jrar dear brother Hughie, who departed this life, August 25. .. Never forgotten. R.I.P. . Inserted by his loving sisters. Kate and Mrs. J. D. McConnell, Wilgie Hills, Pithara. FOWLER. — In sad bnt most affectionate memory of. Charles Kitching Fowler, who passed 'away at his residence, Glenmervyn, - August 25. 1924. , ? Soon and forever, such promise our trust. Though ashes to ashes and dust unto dust, Soon and forever our union shall be. Hade perfect, our glorious Redeemer, in Thee. When the sin and the sorrows of time shall be o'er, Ha pangs and its partings remembered no more, When life cannot fail, and when death can not sever, Christians and Christ shall be soon and for ever — ( Sweet peace the gift of God's love, Sadljr missed and longed for alwavs by *is loving wife Betty, daughters Mary and Maggie, and little granddaughter Evelyn. FOWLER. — In loving memory of onr dear lather, Charles Kitching, who passed away at Glenmervyn, Preston, on August 25, 1923. Memorv is the only friend that grief can call its own. : Inserted by Hilda and Cyril Meredyth. GRIGGS. — In sacred memory of onr dear friend Aggie, who passed away August 25, 1919. The tender chords of memory are softly touched to-day. Loved, remembered, longed for always. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey, Chester Park. HALL. — In loving memory of my dear hus Dand, Alfred M. Hall, who passed away at Cottesloe Beach, August 24, 1923. KERN. — In loving memory of our darling ? daughter, Jean, who died August 24. 1921, vosnlt of burning accident; aged 4 years Like the ivy on the withered oak, - When all things else decay. , Our love for her will still keep fresh And never fade away. Onr loved rosebud. Inserted by her ever loving mother, father Will. Edith, sisters, brothers. Hotham, late Pemberton. ROBERTSON. — In ever loving memory of my dear brother, Robbie, who passed away August 25, 1913. Fondly remembered. Inserted by his loving sister, Ruth Krauth. WOOD. — In loving memory of my dear Bother, who departed this life on. August So, 1923. Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving daughter Mary.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. Mr*. Beech wishes to ?tender her sincere ' THANKS to all friends for kind acts, beau ? tiful floral tributes, and communications of ?empathy during her recent sad bereavement. Mrs. Harrison, of 52 Woolwich-street, * leederville. wish to THANK her many kind friends for let'ters, rards, telegrams, beau tiful floral tributes, and expressions of sym pathy, especially Mr. Breydtm, Secretary Engine Drivers' Union, Mr. Stott, and the Key. J. R. Blanchsrd. for kind attention during her recent sad loss of her beloved kusband, who was killed at Forrest-place. Mr. R. Keejran and Family, of 12 Loftus ftreet. West Perth, desire to express their sincere THANKS for the very kind expres sions o? sympathy, telegrams, letters, and floral tributes received during their recent gad ? FUNERAL NOTICES^ ?ALLEN.— The Friends of -the late Mr. Charles Allen, late of 2 Loretto-street, Sn nisco. are respectfully invited to follow hi3 remain? to ths place of interment, the .Methodist portion of the Karrakatta Ceme - tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave kis late residence. - Lorerto-sireet. SubiSi-o, at 3.45 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTER NOON. Friends wishing to attend the Fune ral may proceed by the 1 o'clock train, from '?DONALD JJCHIPBER and SONS, Funeral JPJrecUuvSfM H»y-ne-fc. StsttL -lal A3S&
FUNERAL NOTICES. ALLAN.— The Friends oi Mr. George Allan ere respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Violet Agela, and loving mother of Leslie, Constance, and Laura, to the place of inter ment, tha Church of England Cemetery, Fro mantle. The Fnneral is appointed to leave his residence. No. 80 East-street, East Fre-' mantle. TO-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNING, ot 10.30 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 10.50 o'clock. JOSEPH C. SEMKEN', Undertaker. 81 and 83 Adelaide-street. Fremantle. Tel. B682. BENBOW.— The friends of the late Mr. George Benbow. formerly of Subiaco, and late of Claremont. are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in tho Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 11 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING. Friends wishing to attend tho Funeral may proceed by the' 10.45 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral Directors. 844 Hay-street. Porlh. Tel. A3232. BROWN.— The Friends of the -late Miss Emily Brown, late of the Kftlyzoic, 47A Mar ket-street, Fremantle, are respectfully in vited to follow her remains to the place ot interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Karra katta. The Funeral will leave Messrs. Ar thur E. Daviesand Co.'s Private Mortuary, 81 Market-street; Fremantle, THIS (Mon day) AFTERNOON, at 3.40 o'clock. Friends attending may proceed by trains leaving Perth and Fremantle at 4 p.m. - ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Undertak ers, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. B225. COOK.— The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N. Cook, of 52 Bellevue-terrace, Ire mantle, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late dearly beloved infant daughter, Oiive Betty, to the place of mur ment, the Church of England Cemetery, Ire mantle. The Funeral will leave Messrs. Arthur E. Davies ar.d Ca.'s Private Mortuary, SI Market-street, Fremantle, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 2' o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 2.20 p.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIKS and CO.. Undertak ers,. Freniantle and Clarcmunt. Tel. B2:.o. FULLER: — The Friends of the late Mr. John Fuller, of Tammin, are respectfully in vited to follow his remains to the place, el interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Karra kalta. The Funeral is appointed. lo leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mor tuary. 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 3.4a 0 clock THIS (Monday) MORNING; per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may. proceed by the 10.15 a.m. train . -leaving '.BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308. HENDERSON.— The Friends- of the late James Henderson, of 13 Alma-road, Mount La'wley, are respectfully informed that his remains will be inferred in the Presbyterian Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap pointed to leave his late residence, 13 Alma rood, Mount Lawlcy. at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing' to. attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3 p.m. train leiving Perth. No flower; by request. C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 231 Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. A1231. JEANES.—Thc Friends of the late Mrs Emily Jeanes, late of North Fremantle, are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Presbyterian Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral will leave the residence of her son, Mr. VV. H. Jeanes, 41 Thompson-road, North Fremantle, THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 9.45 o'clock. Friends may proceed by trains leaving Fre- mantle at 10 a.m., and Perth at 10.15 o'clock. ARTHUR. E. DAVIES and CO., Undertak- ers, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. B225 and F177. MEWS.— The Friends of Mr. Horace Mews, of 57 Scott-stroet,. S'oulh Fremantle, are re spectfullv informed that the remains of. his late doA'rtn beloved wife, Edith Mary, wil! be privately- interred in the Church of Eng land portion of the Fremantle Cemetery THIS (Mondav) MORNING; at 11.50 o'clock. ARTHUR E'. DAVIES and CO., Undertak ers, Fremontlo and Claremont. Tel. B225. t NICHOLLS— The Friends of the f lite Florence Nicholls, of Perth, are* respectfully invited to follow Her' remains to the place of interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Kar rakatta. The Funeral is appointed to- leave tho Private Mortuary of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281-Newcastle-street, Perth, at 9.15 o'clock THIS (Monday), MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral, may. proceed by the 9.40 a.m. train leaving Perth. C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 Newcastle-street, Perth. ? Tel. A1231. PARKER.— The '''Friends of the late Mrs.' Annie-Parker, dearly beloved wife of Percy Parker, of Yatheroo ? Station, Moora,' arc .respectfully ..invited to. follow her. remains tp the place' of .interment, the Anglican ceiaetery, Kacrakatta. The Funeral is ap pointed . to leave ' the Private Mortuary of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle street, Perth. 'at 10.15 o'clock THIS (Mon day) MORNING.iper road. ' Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 10.45 a.m. train leaving Perth. C. H SMITH and CO.. Undertakers, 281 Newcastle-street,. Perth. Tel. A1231. PARKER. — The Friends of Mr.. Charles R. Parker; of ths Emu Brewery, and of Mrs. C. R. Parker, of Ovinga, Copley-street, Bays water, arc respectfully invited to follow. the remains of their late dearly ^eloved son, Keith Edwin, to the place of interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakntta. The Fune ral h appointed to leave the residence of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Par ker, 12 Roy-street, Highgate Hill, at 2 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road. . Friends wishing to attend t'he Fune ral may proceed by the 3 o'clock train leav ing Perth. BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308. QUIRK. — The Friends of Mr. John C Quirk, of Messrs. Whittaker Bros., Subiaco, are 'respectfully invited, to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Agnex, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave her late residence.. 23 Arthur-street, Subiaco, at 2.45 o'clock THIS (Monday; AFTERNOON, per roAd. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may -proceed by the 3 o'clock train leanring Perth. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Joseph's Church, Subiaco, at 9 a.m. BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4308., SUBIACO BRANCH Ai.P. QUIRK. — Members of the Subiaco Branch A.L.P. are respectfully invited to follow tho remains of our late comrade, Agnes, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Karr&katta. The Funeral is ap pointed to leave her late residence, 23 Arthur-street, Subiirco, at 2.45 p.m. TO DAY. Those wishing to attend Funeral catch 3 p.m. train ex Perth. R..H. NASH, Hon. Secretary. SUBTACO WOMEN'S SERVICE GUILD. QUIRK. — Members are hereby notified that the remains of their late fellow-member. Mrs. Quirk, will be laid to rest in the Roman Catholic portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery THIS (Monday) . AFTERNOON. Members desircus of paying their last re spects will proceed, by 3 p.m. train from Perth. , i M. B. VAGLANCE, President. G. R. SHAND, Hon. Secretary. W.A. ORGANISATION OF LABOUR WOMEN. QUIRK. — Members of the above organisa tion are invited to follow the remains of our late member, Mr.i. Agnes Quirk, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. Members wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by 3 o'clock train leaving Perth. MARGARET GREEN. Secretary. SIDDONS.— The Friends of the late Mr George Siddons, Sen., of 22 Tenth-avenue. Maylands, W.A.. are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment the Church of England portion of the Guild- ford Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Messrs. Don- ald J. Chipper and' Son, 844 Hay-street Perth at 1.15 o'clock THIS (Monday) AF- TERNOON, arriving at the Cemetery at 2 p.m. Friends wishing to attend the Funerai may proceed by the 1 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. OHIPPER and SON, Funera' Directors, S44 Hay-street. Perth. Tel. A3232. WEDD.—The Friends of the late Mr. Allen J. Wedd, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. Ruby Wedd, and loving son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Wedd, are respectfully invited to fol- low his remains to the place of interment, the Church of Christ portion of the Karra- katta Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Wedd, Puntie-crescent, Maylands, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock. Friends attending Funeral may leave Fre- mantle 2.20 o'clock, and Perth 2.37 o'clock trains. JOSEPH C. SEMKEN. Undertaker, 81 and 83 Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. B632.