BIRTHS, MARRTXGES, DEATHS. I BIRTH. - I-LIG.-On November woth, at . the tolden Link Mine, the wife of J. M. Haig, of a daughter. - MARRIAGES. BROWNING - RESPINI. - At the Church of England _Church, Kal-; goorlie, by the Rev. Mr. DDuni., William Henry Browninng latewof-I ;. . Sydney, to Catherine Jane Respini, late of Daylesford, Victoria. GAWTHORPE-WARDLE.--.On Oc- tober 26, at St. Mary's Church of England, Perth, by the Rev. C. Makeham, Richard Squire, eldest son of Richard Gawthorpe, Los Angeles, Cal., U.S.A., to Evelyn, eldest daughter of Thomas Wardle, of San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. DEATHS. ARZAROLI.-On the 24th November, at 394 Pirie-street, Boulder, Mar gherita, the beloved infant daugh- ter of Anthony T. and Alice Arza- roli, aged 5 months. COCKS.-On November 21st, at - Brandesbury, London, Mrs. A. B. Cocks, beloved mother of Mrs. E. F. Plomley and S. H. Cocks. DYER.-On September 21, at Car- rington-street, Adelaide, Harry Mit- chell, the dearly beloved son of J. L. and M. Dyer, aged 28 years. Deeply regretted and greatly loved by all who knew him. Inserted by his Kalgoorlie friends. EGERTON.-On the 15th . inst., at Egan-street, Kalgoorlie, Emily Egerton. (Perth and S.A. papers please copy.) HARMAN. - On November 20, at Perth Hospital, of typhoid fever, Herbert (Bert) Winslow, the dearly beloved son of Alfred and Alice Harman, of Warracknabeal, Vic- toria, late of Canada Cycle and Motor Co., Kalgoorlie. Aged 25 years . HAWKESWORTH. -- On November 18 at Perth, WA., Norman Dove- nor, son of the late Alfred Hawkes- worth, St. Kilda, Victoria, and dear- ly beloved brother of Mrs. L. A. Thistlethwaite, Claremont, and Mrs. D. Drummond and Mrs. J. T. Gib son, of Kalgoorlie. McLAREN.--On November 5th, at Merewether, N.S.W., Peter, the beloved father of Mrs. A. Gilles- pie and P. McLaren, of Brown Hill, aged 63. Not dead, but sleeping. Newcastle papers please copy. PELLEW.-On November 19, at his residence, Macdonald-street, Kal- goorlie, Joseph Henry Pellew, aged 50. WOOD.--On November 25, at "Hed- ingham," Caulfield, Victora, Eliza- beth Wood, widow, of late Frederick William Wood, and dearly beloved mother of Frank Stepto and Her- bert Edward Wood, of Kalgoorlie. IN MEMORIAM. ANTHONY.-In loving memnor'y of John, the only dearly beloved son of J. and L. Anthony, who died November 25, 1897, aged one year and five months. Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven. BENNIT.-In loving remembrance of our dear brother, Andrew Bennit (Andy), who died November 24th, 1903. Oh! for the touch of a vanished hand, Or the sound of a voice that was dear. -Inserted by his brother and sister- in-law, W. and B. Bennit. BENNTIT.-hI sad but lovtiig memory ofordear unl Andy), who
IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM.–In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who departed this life on the 27th of November, 1901. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, J. T. and A. C. Mit- chell. JONES. -In fond and loving memory of my dear wife Maggie, who died at Boulder, November 21st, 1903; also my dear little boy, John Joseph, who died January 20th, 1904. R.I.P. If we had known when last we lightly parted. That during life our hands would clasp no more, That each who said farewell so cheer- ful hearted, Would find the grief the future had in store, How different would have been our solemn parting From that which only said a brief adieu? How would the tear of mutual sorrow starting Have dimmed each fleeting moment that we knew? ImmacuIate heart of Mary, Your prayers for her extol; O. Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have mercy on her soul. -Inserted by her loving husband, J. Jones. JONES.-In fond and loving memory of Maggie, dearly beloved sister of W. and J. Butler, who died Novem- ber 21st, 1903, aged 22 years; also her infant son, John Joseph, aged 2 months. Fairer than the flowers above her, Fading on her still; cold breast, Placed by gentle hands that loved her, Darling Maggie's gone to rest. R.I.P. -Inserted by her loving brother and sister. W. and J. Butler. JONES.-In fond and loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Maggie, who died at Boulder, No- vember 21st, 1903; also our dear little grandson, John Joseph, who died January 20th, 1904. Dearly loved and deeply mourned. Oh! sad was the news when it reached our home, That our loved one had passed away; We little thought her life was so short, But God willed to call her away. Dear is the spot where our loved one is laid, Dear is the memory that never will fade; Sweet are the hopes that again we will meet, All kneeling together at Jesus feet. -Inserted by her loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers.. JONES.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Margaret Jones, and in- fant son, who departed this life 21st November. 19o3. at Boulder City. -Inserted by her brother and sis- ter-in-law, W. and A. Moore. KINNA.-In loving remembrance of my dear wife, who died at Kal goorlie on the 20th November, 1903. A precious one from us is gone, A voice we loved is still; A place is vacant in our home That never can be filled. -Inserted by her loving husband and children, R.J. Kinna, 382 Rich ardson-street, Boulder. LYONS.-4n loving memory' of y dear husband, William, 'who was killed at the Lalke Viewr G.M. 9th November, 1902. 'Tis just two years-ago to-day. Since' we parted here. Sal wtas the 'news when it reachedi our Ofa loved one who had - 'passed 'away. Little we thorght his life was so short, l But God wi led to call him away. *-inserted by his' loving wife 'and. child.. MARTINS.-In loving remembrance Sof our dear~ mother, Eliza Martins, the dearly beloved wife of Alfred Martins, B~endigo, who departed this life- on the agt'h of Nov~ember, 190o3. 'Dear~est mother, thou .hast 'eft ijs, We they' loss most deeply feel; P ut 'tis 'God who hath .bereft us. i-e 'can all our sorrows heal. Di-arest'boved one,' we have 'laid thee, In the .peaceful grave's embrace.; But' thy mdmory will ~e cherisli'd, 'Till we see thy heavenly face. -Inse'rted by her loving -husband and children, Mr and Mis H. Grecrille, Almha Ada, and' ierta "Marlins
IN MEMORIAM. NORMAN..-In loving, memory of our dear sister, Eliza (Ethel), who died November 20, i2903. Thou art not forgotten, dearest sister, Nor ever will thou be; As long as life and memory last, We will remember thee. -Inserted by her three loving sis ters.