BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS AND DEATHS. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, six lines. 3s.; MARRIAGES. 5s. each; IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, six lines. 3s.; poetry, 6d. per line extra. In order to guard against imposition, no- tices of Births. Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by some respect- able person to ensure insertion.) BIRTHS. BROWN (nee Gertie Knight).— To Mr. and Mrs. T. Brown, of Kellerberrin — a son (Ar- thur Thomas). Both well. FLINN (nee Doreen Kobelke). - On May 25, at Miss Lappin's Private Hospital, Beau- fort-street, Mt. Lawley, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flinn, of 14 Woodsome-street, Mt. Lawley — a son (Desmond Francis). Both well. ROHAN. — On May 20, at Nurse Bennett's Maternity Hospital, Dwellingup, to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Rohan, of Norseman — a daughter. SYMES. — On May 24, at their residence, Police Station, Trayning, to Mr. and Mrs C. H. Symes — a daughter. Both well. THOMSON (nee Beattie Nicholas). — On. May 25, at their residence, 46 Shenton-road, Claremont, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomson — a son (Donald John). No visitors till June 1. DEATHS. BEST.— ^On May 26, 1925, at the resi dence of his son-in-law, Mr. Fouracre, Thomp son-road, North Fremantle, Sidney Best, lav ins father of Alma. (Mrs. Fouracre), Nellie (Mrs, Gibbs), Barton Mills, and Sydney Beat, of North Freniantle; aged 71 years. At zest. LORD. — On May 22, at Beochina. suddenly, Jacob (Jack), loving and devoted brother of Iiucie and Susie Lord. Kalgoorlie and South Australian papers please copy. MeDONALD. — On May 13, at the Perth Hospital, William Duncan, beloved husband of Maria, of 5 Smyth-road. West Subiaco. father of Raymond, Ian, Athot, aged 67 years. NANKIVELL. — On May 26, 1925, at 'Wal- laroo Mines, suddenly, Richard, dearly be loved husband of Elizabeth Nankivell, and father of Mrs. T. H. Rogers, Lock-street Clare monr, W.A. RICHARDS. — On May 22, 1925. at Pem berton, John, dearly beloved husband of Elisa Ann Richards* and father of John, Elsie, David. Gordon. Philip, Clarence. Ida, Basil, Daphne, Joyce, and Jean, aged 49 years. A patient sufferer at rest. RICHARDS. — On May 22, 1925. at Pem berton. John, beloved son. of John William Richards (Queensland), and brother of Thomas (Queensland). William (South Aus tralia), Samuel (South Australia), David (Queensland). Herbert, and Ernest, aged 49 fears. IN MEMORIAM. Anzac Heroes. DRABBLE. — In loving memory of our dear son, Ross Drabble, killed at FIeurbaix, May 28, 1916. Not dead to us who loved him so. Not lost, but gone before; He lives with us in memory still And will for ever more. Our boy. Inserted by his loving father and. mother. GILLIES —In loving remembrance of Wil-. liam Clifford Gillies. killed in action, France, May 28, 1917; aged 21 years; second son of W. and E. Gillies, of Aberdare-road, West Subiaco HITCHCOCK.— la Iovimr memory of Cecil Edward. who was killed in action May 23, 1916. and Hubert Keane, who was killed in action. April 24. 1918, loved sons, of J. K. and the late Mrs. Hitchcock, of North Fre mantle. .Snow white, in many si serried line. The little crosses stand. . Each cross a. crave, each-grave a- shrin* Amid _a .alien, land. _heir part through flaming, shriekirr war Was bravely, nobly dons; Then let us keep for evermore The peace that they have won. Inserted by _ sorrowing- father and «isters ?ml brothers. POWLE. — In sad tut loving memory of Frederick Charles (Boy), who passed away May 28, 1921. ' Fondly remembered by Mrs. Strecker and children. GILLIES.— In remembrance of W. S. Gil- lies, who died on May 23. 1923. Inserted by officers of the Land Titles Office. GOWER. — la loving memory of out dear friend, A. E. Gower, who died in, Perth Hos pital, May 27, 1924. Inserted by -Mrs. Twomey and family. HAWKINS. — In loving remembrance of my dear . mother, Bridget Hawkins, who died May 27, 1921. Silence is. no certain token. That no hidden grief is there; Sorrow , that is never spoken. Is the hardest grief to bear. Inserted by her son John, daughter-in-law Norah, and grandchildren. Daniel, John, George, Albert, James, Eileen, Richard. JECKS. — In loving memory of onr dear husband and father, James Jecks, who passed away at Guildford. on May 28. 1920. Ever remembered. Inserted by his wife and children. KELLY. — In fond memory of my dear uncle, Enoch Fulford Kelly, who passed away at Bideford, Devon-road. Bassendean, on May 23, 1924. - Never forgotten. Inserted by his nephew, Willie. LEWIS. — In loving memory of our late brother, William Lewis, who was accidentallv kiijed at Holyoakc- on ilay 'i-. 19^5. Inserted by the officers and brethren of the Ho!yoake Hewers' Lodge, No. 50-1, CA.0J). MARINKO. — In .loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Mary, who suddenly passed »way on May 28, 1921. Treasured memories of one so dear. Are 'ott recalled by a. silent tear. Dearer to memory than words can. telL Our. darling wife and mother we loved so well. Inserted by her sorrowing husband. An tony, children Anglina, Dominic, daughter and son-in-law, and A. Marinko and daughter, and grandchildren Kutia and M. Katnich. MARINKO. — 'In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away suddenly at Lee derville on May 28, 1921. We loved her well, no one can tell Tie pain when we were parted. God loved her best, and gave her rest^ And left us broken hearted. Inserted by her loving daughter and son- in-law— V. and I. Gaspe, and grandchildren Gerald, Florie, Mary, and Elaine. McGLEW. — In loving memory of my dear wife, Miriam, who passed away at* 31 Alma* road. May 28, 1922. Inserted by ier loving husband. McGLEW. — In loving memory of Mrs. M. McGlew, who passed away May 28, 1922. Inserted by Chas. Parkin. McGLEW. — In loving remembrance of my dear mother, who went to rest at 31 Alma road, May 28, 1922. Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law. PICKERSGILL. — In loving memory of our near father and grandpa. George, who left Us for a higher life on May 28, 1923. A memory prized more dearly than gold, tit a father whose worth can never be told. Inserted by his loving daughter Hilda, son-in-law. and grandson Lance. REYNOLDS.— la loving memory of my dear husband. Arthur Reynolds, who passed sway on May 28, 1924; aged 64 years Long nights and days he bore his pain. To look for cure was all in vain So God alone. Who thought it best Did ease his pain and give him re«t Inserted by his loving wife, Sarah Rey- nolds. REYNOLDS. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away Mav 28, 1924 You have gone from this world 'of sorrow You are free from all suffering and paia The trials and trouble you patiently -bore * Will never disturb you again. Inserted by his loving son and daughterin law. Joe and Nellie, and grandson Bobbie. REYNOLDS. — In sad and loving memory of our dear father, Arthur Reynolds, who passed away May 26, 1924. Inserted by his loving son Charles, and daughter-in-law, Dorie. REYNOLDS. — in loving memory of our dear: father. Arthur Reynolds, who passed away on May 28. 1924; aged 64 years. Not_ a sound disturbs his slumber. Not a care to mark his brow. All his pains and trials nre over. He is sweetly sleeping now. Inserted by his loving daughter Rose, son in-law George, and little grandchildren. REYNOLDS. — In loving memory of our dear dad, who passed away May 28. 1924. Treasured memories of those so dear Often brings buck a silent tear. Inserted by his loving daughter and son in-law, and grandchildren A. and C. Grist Maylands. REYNOLDS. — Tn loving memory of our dear father, Arthnr Reynolds, who passed »way on May 28, 1924; aged 64 years Hfs weary hours and days of pain, His troubled nights are passed. His ever patient wom-ont frame Has found sweet rest at last. Inserted by his loving daughter Alice, son £n-law Walter, and grandchildren. REYNOLDS. — In loving memory of my dear dad. who passed away at Perth on May 28, 1924. A beautiful memory left behind Of a life that was always good and kind. Inserted by his loving daughter-in-law, Lizzie. and grand children, Jack, Lily, Fred, and Bob. SCHOFIELD.— In sad ami loving memory of our dear daughter-in-law. Rose, who de parted this- iifo on May 28, 1917, at Subiaco. Inserted by her father and mother-in-law, [(Vest Subiaco,
IN MEMORIAM. SELWOOD. — In. ever loving memory of onr d«ar friend, Mrs. Selwood. who died; May 28, 1918. A tender chord- m memory s chain Is foitly touched to-day. Inserted by her loving friend's, E. and E. G. B., Swanbourne-street. SMITH. — In loving memory of our late brother. S. H. C. Smith, who was accident ally killed at Holyoake on May 20, 1924. inserted by the officers and brethren of tho Holyoake Hewers' Lodge, No. 504, C_\.O.D. STUDMAN. — In loving memory of our dearly bel.ved mother, who passed away on May 28, 1920; also our dear father, who fell asleep on October 21. 1918. - Time changes many things. But memory. like ivy. clings. Inserted by their loving family, Jack, George, and Jessie. STURTRIDGE. — In sad but loving memory of our darting little Freddie, who passed away at the Children's Hospital on May 24, 1920. aged nine and a half months. The memorv of our Freddie's dear little ways Will linger with us all our days. Sweet little flower, too lovely to stay, God called little Freddie to show us the way. Inserted by his loving' grandmother, aun ties. Esther, Agnes, and Ada; uncles,- William and Alfred, of Hampton-street, Bridge town. TULLOCH. — In sad and loving memory of my dear husband and father, Aneas Thomp son Tulloch, who passed away May 28, 1920. Three little words, forget me not, When others forget we will not. - Memories fond and true. To show, dear, dad, we still remember you. Inserted by his loving wife and family. TULLOCH. — la loving memory of , our dearly loved brother, Angus, who passed away on May 28, 1920. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving sisters. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. The Family and Brother of the late Mrs. Matilda Langford, of Nedlands, desire to THANK their many kind friends for their expression; of sympathy during their late sad bereavement, and especially Dr. McGre gor and Sister Lynch for their untiring at tention to their loved one. Mrs. W. D. McDonald and Sons, of 5 Smyth-read, West Subiaco, desire to express their sincere THANKS to all kind friends for letters, telegrams, . floral ?tributes, and ? per sonal expressions of sympathy, especially thanking .the sister and nurses of No. 1 Ward. Perth Hospital, also the Rer. G. Secombe. for his kind ministratijis, in their recent sad bereavement. Mrs. J. Richards and Family tender their sincere THANKS to all kind friends- for cards, telegrams, and floral tributes and per sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent had bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Western and . Familr 63 Central-avenue. Mayland:. wish to THANK friends for personal expressions of sympathy, the Mayor and^Councillors of Ciaremont, and comrades, for beautiful floral tributes, the neighbours of Swanbourne. for acts of kind ness to the widow in their receat bereave ment of their late son. The Widow' and- Relatives of the late Ar thur Weston, of 7 Sayer-street, Swanbourne, wgh. to express their sincere and heartfelt THANKs to all friends for kind acts, beauti ful floral tributes, and1 communications of sympathy daring their recent sad. and sud den bereavement; es-peoially are they grateful to Mrs. Cook. Mrs. Nutter. Mrs. Gadsiy, and other neighbours for their kindness. FUNERAL NOTICES. ~ BEST.— The Friends of the late Mr. Sid ney Best, loving father of Sidney, Alma, and Nellie, aro respectfully invited to follow his remain* to the place of interment,, .the Salvation Army portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the. residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Fouracre, Thompson-road, North Fremantle, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON at 2 o'eloek, arriving at the Cemetery at 2.20 o'clock. JOSEPH C. SEMKEN, Undertaker, 81 and 83 Adelaide-street. Fremantle. TeL B682. BRYAN. — The Friends of the late Mr. Hugh Bryan, of 884 Wellington-street, Perth, and late of Wagin, dearly beloved husband of Alice Bryan, and loving father of Ethel, Alice, Hugh, Harry, and Myrtle, are respect fully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Baptist Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, 834 Wellington street, West Perth, at 9.45 o'clock THIS (Thursday) MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11 a. m. train leaving Perth. C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers , 281 Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel A1231. DAVIDSON.— The Friends o£ Mr. Alexan der M. Davidson, of Robert-stteet, Bars water, are r«jH.'ctfnll\- invited to follow the remains of his iat-e dearly beloved wife, Annie, to the place of interment, the Pres byterian portion of the Karrakatta Ceme tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Messrs. Donald. J Chip pei and Son, 844 Hay-street. Perth, at 2.15 o'clock THIS (Thursday)- AFTERNOON. Fnend.o wishing to attend1 the Funeral may proceed by the 2.37 o'clock train from Jrerth, and 1.53 p.m. train from Midland Junction. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON Funeral Directors. 844 Hay-st., Perth. TeL A3232. LODGE MIDLAND JUNCTION. No. 972, S.C., FREEMASONS. DAVIDSON. — The Brethren, of the above Lodge and the Craft in general are re spectfilly invited to follow the remains of Mrs. Annie Davidson, beloved wife o£ Bro ther A. M. Davidson, acd mother of Brother A. L. Davidson, to the place of interment, the Pte.'byterian portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the Pri vate Mortuary of Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son. S-tl Hay-street. Perth, at 2.15 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON. Brethren attending the Funeral may proceed liy the U,'57 o'clock traia from Perth and 1.53 o'clock train from Midland Junction 1-. G. HOAR. R.W.M. U. TEMPLEMAN, Secretary. MIDLAND JUNCTION THISTLE SOCIETY. DAVIDSON — The Members of the above Society are respectfully invited to follow the remains of Mrs. Annie Davidson, beloved wife of Brother A. M. Davidson, to the place of interment, the Presbyterian portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral wii. '.eave the Private Mortuary of Messrs. Don aid J. Chipper and Son, 844 Hay-street, Perth, at 2.15 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON Members attending miy proceed by ihe 2.37 o'clock train from Perth, and 1.53 train from Midland Junction. P. LONNTE. Secretary. DILLON. — The Friends of the late Miss Mabel (Daisy) Dillon, late of the Educa tion Department, beloved sister of Mr. L. Dillon, of Boan Bros., Ltd., Perth, are re spectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Anglican Ceme tery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mortnary, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Thnrsday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Fune ral may -proceed by the 3 o'clock train leav ing Perth. BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. A4303. DIXON. — The Friends of the late Mrs. Annie Dixon, relict of the late William Dixon, of Mt. Morgans, W.A. and loving mother of William, Elizabeth, Martha, and John, are respectfully invited to follow her remain* to the place of interment, the Church ?if England portion of the Fremantle Ceme tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her daughter. Miss Dixon, No. 10 Barnett-street. Fremantle, TO-MORROW (Friday) AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 2.20 o'clock. JOSEPH C. SEMKEN, Undertaker, 81 and 83 Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tel. B682.