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'.JUrtfet -£ami ;. J; Deathitf ';' Bereavement Notices, : ''iMarriagef, -and in Memoriam Notices, up iy'jftd'ilx 'lines, '3/; each. succeeding line, .- - i;6d.- per. line' extra; - r. , - ^.I*' order ttf guard 'against .-imposition, notices 1* ?'?????'': of ? Births,: Marriages and Deaths must be ?; V; authenticated : by some respectable, person J.;-'^':' to ensure insertion.,. BIRTHS. BOGLE. — On February 4, at Nurse Jones's Pri- vate Hospital, 253 Marmion-street, Cottesloe,     to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bogle, of Narndee Sta- tion, Mt. Magnet — a son. HOWARD (nee Eileen Hayden). — On January 6, to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Howard, of 54 Gerard- street, Victoria Park — a son (Lawrence     Joseph.)                   McCUBBlNG. — On February 3, at Mr. and Mrs. John McCubbing, Mann-street, Cottesloe — a daughter.         MOFFITT. — On February 3, 1930, at Nurse Har- vey's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Moffitt, of       'Second-avenue, Mt. Lawley — a son (John   Thomas). Both well. No visitors until 10th. MORGAN (nee Ivy Marten). — On February 2, at Rosetta Lodge, Beaufort-street, to Mr. and       Mrs. B. P. Morgan, Mount Lawley — a son (Ro- bert Bruce). No visitors until February 8.                                   MARRIAGES.           BERRY — HALLIDAY. — On January 25, 1930, at Congrgational Church, Armadale, by Rev. T. Loose, George Harvey, eldest son of Mrs. T. Berry, of Tamworth, New South Wales, to May Elsie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.   Halliday, of Armadale.               CROCKER — DOVE. — On December 7, 1929, at the Methodist Church, Merredin, by the Rev.     Trenaman, Frederick Percy, eldest son of Mr.   and Mrs. J. Crocker, of Nangeenan, to Alice   May, eldest daughter of Mr. Percy and the late     Mrs. Dove, of Perth.             DE BERNALES — BERRY. — On February 5, 1930, at St. Philip's Church, Cottesloe, by the Rev. J. Arthur Priestley, Claude, tbe only son of   the late Edgar Albo de Bernales, and of Mrs. E. J. de Bernales, 26 Dorset-square, Lon-       don, England, to Helen Florence Berry, widow   of the late James Berry, of Rathkeale, George-   street, Kalgoorlie.                     SILVER WEDDING.       TYSON — McMILLAN. — On February 6, 1905, at St. Andrew's Church, Coolgardie, by the Rev.     Sydney S. Bullen, George Steven Tyson to     Annie McMillan, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. McMillan, of Chewton, Victoria.   Present address, 25 Woolwich-street, Leeder-     ville.                   DEATHS.       BRODERICK. — On February 4, at Greenvale, Vic- toria, after a long illness, Caroline Maria,       loved sister of Mrs. F. Beard, William-street, Hollywood and aunt of Fred, Emily, Sydney and Grace.       Peacefully sleeping.     DISCOMBE. — On February 5, 1930, at the resi- dence of her son-in-law, Queen's Park, Esther   Discombe, late of Gwalia, beloved mother of   May (Mrs. H. Wicks, Meekatharra), Rose   (Mrs. H. Steenson, Corrigin), Jean (Mrs. H Delaney, Queen's Park), William (South   Perth), Elsie, Queen's Park; aged 63 years. ROSBERG. — On February 4, 1930, at the Fre- mantle Hospital, Elizabeth, dearly beloved   wife of Hans Rosberg, and loving mother of Peggy, Nan and Betty Rosberg; aged 47 years. SMITH. — On February 3, at the Children's Hos- pital, Subiaco, Robert John; aged 6½ months.   Just a lovely little flower for God's chosen garden. Inserted by his loving aunt, Annie and loving     uncles, Fred and Leo, 529 Newcastle-street, West Perth. TURNER. — On January 30, 1930, at Kalgoorlie, Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of James   Turner, and loving mother of Lila (Mrs. Lid- dington), Alex., Leslie and Glenice; aged 52                 years.                   IN MEMORIAM.                 BROWNLESS. —In loving memory of my dear       husband, who passed away on February 6, 1926.   At rest.               Inserted by his loving wife.         BROWNLESS. —In loving memory of our dear     father, who passed away on February 6, 1926.     Ever remembered by his loving daughter and       son-in-law.             DICKINSON. —In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away February 6, 1926.     Ever remembered.               Inserted by her loving husband Walter.   DICKINSON. —In loving memory of my dear   mother, who passed away, February 6, 1926.       Beautiful memories of one so dear.         Inserted by her loving son, Alf.       DICKINSON. —In loving memory of our dear       mother and grandma, who died February 6,       1926.                   Always thinking of you.       Inserted by her loving son, daughter, son-in-   law, Jack, Florrie and Alfred.       DICKINSON. —In loving memory of our dear   mother, who departed this life February 6, 1926.                 She toiled so hard for those she loved,     Then left us to remember.             Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-   law, Wallie and Hilda, graddchild Joy.     DICKINSON. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away February 6, 1926.   A beautiful memory of one so dear,         Is oft recalled with silent tears.         Inserted by her eldest daughter, Minnie.     DICKINSON. —In loving memory of our dear     mother, who passed away February 6, 1926. Though gone from us, the one so dear,       In our thoughts she is ever hear.               Inserted by her daughter and son-in-law, Ethel     and Oliver Cooley.             DICKINSON. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on February 6,   1926.                       None but a daughter can tell,               The loss of a mother we loved so well.         Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-         law, Nellie and Jack, and granddaughter, Dorothy,   DICKINSON. —In fond memory of our dear   mother and grandma, who passed away Feb-   ruary 6, 1926.                 A beautiful memory is all we have left.     Inserted by her daughter and son-in-law.         EDMONDS. —In fond remembrance of our dear   son and brother (respectively) Private Neil         Edmonds, died at Salisbury, England, February   6, 1927.       Ever remembered.     Inserted by his loving mother, sister, brothers   and brother-in-law.             HARRISON. —In loving memory of my dear son   and brother, Alfred John, who was killed at   Williamstown (Victoria), February 4, 1929.     A beautiful memory of one so dear,     We cherish ever with love sincere.                   Inserted by his loving mother, sisters and   brothers, Fremantle.                   TASKER. —In loving memory of George Tasker,   who passed away February 6, 1928.       Our dear dad.       His life was all unselfishness,             His end was peace.       WRIGHT. —In sad but loving memory of our     dear daughter and sister, Nellie, who passed away (suddenly) at Perth on February 6,       1919.     Sweet is the word remembrance,             As these few lines will show.           You will always be remembered, dear Nellie,   As the years that come and go.           Inserted by her loving mother, E. Pilgrim, and sisters, Claremont.                           BEREAVEMENT NOTICES.   MR. and MRS. HARRY WEBBER, of 131     Ninth-avenue, Maylands, desire to THANK   all kind friends for letters, cards and telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy, especially members of Perth Road Board, Maylands branch, for their great help in our sad bereavement.   MR. and MRS ALBERT STRATTON, of No. 2 Scott-street, Leederville, desire to THANK the numerous friends for expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.   MRS. W. H. RAY and Family, desire to THANK     all kind friends and relatives for their ex-   pressions of sympathy in floral tributes, telegrams,   and letters, which were a great comfort in their sad bereavement.         THE Sons and Daughter of the late Mrs. Amalia Hansen, of 36 Canterbury-terrace,   Victoria Park, desire to THANK all kind friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes and   personal expressions of sympathy during their   sad bereavement.         FUNERAL NOTICES.   AH PING. — The Friends of the late Ah Ping,   late of North-West and of 12 Little Lake-       street, Perth, are respectfully invited to follow   his remains to the place of interment, the Chin- ese Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap- pointed to leave the Service Chapel of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle-street, Perth, at 2 o'clock, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, per motor. Friends wishing to attend the Fune- ral, may proceed by the 2.5 p.m. train leaving Perth. C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 New- castle-street, Perth. Tel. B1231; 175 Albany- road, Victoria Park. Tel. B3416.       DALTON. — The Friends of Mrs. Florence M.   Dalton, of Cottosloe Beach, relict of the late James Dalton, are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment,   the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Fun-   eral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 10.30 o'clock THIS (Thursday) MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11 o'clock train leaving Perth.             BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-   street, Perth. Tel. B4308.         DISCOMBE. — The Friends of the late Esther Discombe, of Queen's Park, and late of Gwalia, beloved wife of the late William Dis- combe, and loving mother of May (Mrs. H. Wicks), Rose (Mrs. H. Steenson), Jean (Mrs. H. Delaney), William (South Perth), and Elsie (Queen's Park), are respectfully invited to fol- low her remains, to the place of interment, the   Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Funeral Parlour of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 175 Albany-road, Victoria Park, at 1.45 o'clock, TO-MORROW (Friday) AFTERNOON, per motor. Friends   wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by   the 2.5 p.m. train leaving Perth.     C. H SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 New- castle-street, Perth. Tel. B1231; 175 Albany- road, Victoria Park. Tel. B3416.    

FUNERAL NOTICES.     GULSON. — The Friends of the late Luke Gulson, junr., dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gulson, 395 Vincent-street, Leederville, loving brother of William Frank (South Australia), and Grace, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of   interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Mortuary Chapel of Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., 281 Newcastle-street, Perth, at 3.45 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, per motor. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 4 o'clock train leaving Perth. C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 New- castle-street, Perth. Tel. B1231. 175 Albany- road, Victoria Park. Tel. B3416.   ROSBERG. — The Friends of Mr. Hans Rosberg,     of 13 Bond-street, North Fremantle, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Elizabeth, to the place of interment, the Church of England Cemetery, Fremantle. The Funeral will leave Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Company's Private Mortu- ary, 81-91 Market-street, Fremantle, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 2.20 p.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY, Undertakers, Fremantle, Claremont and Hollywood. Tel. FM225, F2177 and F1281. AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF CARPENTERS AND JOINERS (FREMANTLE BRANCH). ROSBERG. — The Members of the above are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Rosberg, beloved wife of our comrade, Mr. Hans Rosberg. The Funeral will leave Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Company's Private Mortuary, 81-91 Market-street, Fre- mantle, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock, arriving at the Fremantle Cemetery at 2.20 o'clock. W. BEALE, President. ALEX. RAMSAY, Secretary.       SUTHERLAND. — The remains of the late Mary Ann, relict of the late John Sutherland and fond mother of Neville, Jack and Florrie, will be privately interred in the Karrakatta Cemetery at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON. MEAD, SON and GIBB, Undertakers, 190 Albany-road, Victoria Park. Tel. B5823.

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