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Births and Deaths, Bereavement Notices, Mar riages and In Memoriam Notices, up to six lines, 8/; 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. BECKETT. — On January 13, at Nurse Newing- ton's Private Hospital, Gresham-street, Vic- toria Park, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beckett, of East Cannington — a son (William Harold). Both well. BELL. — On January 12, at Sister Pearsall's Hos- pital, Angelo-street, South Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. Noel Bell, of Lacey-street, East Canning- ton — a daughter (Anne). Both well. Visi- tors January 10. CARSWELL. — On January 14, at Nurse Harvey's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Carswell — a daughter (Roma Ethel). FOY. — On January 9, at her mother's residence, 86 Monger-street. Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Foy — a son. Both well. HAMILTON. — On January 14, at Sister Mid- winter's, Onslow-street, South Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton, of South Perth — a son (Kevin John). HARRIS (nee Amy Smith). — On January 13, at Harvey Hospital, Bulwer-street, to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harris, of Mt Lawley — a son (Graeme Clifford). Both well. No visitors until January 20. HUNT. — On January 14, at Sister Pearsall's Hos- pital, Angelo-street, South Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Hunt, of Douglas-avenue — a son (Rod ney Laurence). Both well. Visitors Janu- ary 19. JENNINGS (nee A. Lansell). —On January 12, at   Faversham Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jennings, 40 Longroyd-street, Mt. Lawley — a daughter. JEWELL (nee Alice Shenton).—On January 15,     at Nurce Urry's Private Hospital, Victoria Park, to Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Jewell, of Carlisle —a daughter (Anne Marie). Both well.   NALLY (nee Greeta Tynan). — On January 14, 1084,. at the Nartham Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. James Nally, of 78 Chidlow-street, Nor tham — a daughter (stillborn). O'SDLLIVAN.— At Nurse Doyle's. Mann-street. Cottesloe, to Mr. and Mrs. D. O'SuUivan, of 6 Henry-street, Cottesloe— a sou. REED. — On January 10, at Sister Pearsall's Hos pital, Angelo-street, South Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Heed— a daughter (Thalia). Both well. MARRIAGE. BROWN— PRYNN JONES. — On December 26, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, by the Very Rev. Dean R. N. Moore, M.A., James Lyn- wood, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Brown, of Lynwood, Middle Swan, to Lucy Prynn, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Prynn Jones, of Grosvenor-road, North Perth. Present address, 188 Adelaide-terrace, Perth. DEATHS. AUSTIN. — On January 13, 1934, at Dudinin, Henry David, loved father of May, Beatrice, Muriel, Doris, Ernest (deceased), Edwin, and Leslie; aged 77 years.   BEDLINGTON.—On January 15, at Collie     (accidentally killed), William Christopher, dearly beloved husband of Jean and loving father of Bill, Beryl and Allan, fond brother of Dave and Winnie. BELLAMY.—On January 14. 1934, at his resi     dence, 277 Lord-street, East Perth, Ernest, beloved husband of Eunice Matilda Bellamy, son of the late John and Emma Bellamy, brother of Mrs. J. M. Macfarlane, John (Mel- bourne), Bert (Rangoon), Will (deceased) and Amy (deceased); aged 64 years. Pri- vately interred in the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta, yesterday afternoon, the 15th inst., the Rev. H. E. King officiating. The Funeral arrangements by Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son. BROWN.—On January 15, 1934, as the result     of a drowning accident, Lezley Margaret and Raymond John, loved children of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown, of 67 Hamilton-street, Bays- water, and fond sister and brother of Rodney; aged 11 and 8 years. R.I.P. CADEE. — On January 16, Ada, loved wife of Tasman, and mother of Kenneth, Audrey, and Beryl, Marian-street, Leederville; aged 39 years. FINNIGAN. — On January 15, 1984, at her resi- dence, 11 Bay-road, North Fremantle, Mary Kate, widow of the late William Andrew Finnf gan, and loving mother of Annie, Thomas, Vera, Myrtle, and the late William Finnigan; aged 62 years. R.I.P. GARNSWORTHY. — On January 14, 1934. at Guildford, Elizabeth Jean Garnsworthy, of Youldean, Bassendean, the dearly loved wife of Alfred Youlden Garnsworthy, and loving mother of Reg (Gerald ton), and Stan (Ned lanSs); aged 67 years. For ever with the Lord.

HUNTER. — On January 13, 1934, at Perth, passed peacefully away, John Hunter, formerly of Boulder City and late of Merredin. dearly beloved husband of Adaria Marearet Hunter; fond and loving father of Elsie, Robert. Christina, Florence, John, Jane, Adaria; father-in-law of E. Flannagan, M. Hunter, J. Perrier; aged 74 years. His remains were pri vately Interred in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Karrakatta, on January 15, by Messrs. C. H. Smith and Co., the Rev. R. C. Foyster, of Ross Memorial Church, officiating at the graveside. At rest. HUNTER. — On January 15. 1934, at the Nor tham Hospital. John Hunter, of Clackline, beloved brother of Mr. 0. H. Hunter, of the Clackline Fire Brick Co.; aged 61 years. KEANE. — On January 15, 1034. at her resi dence, 7 Princes-street, Cottesloe, Lilla Re becca Wharton, widow of the late Edward V. H. Keane, and loving mother of John Vivian Keane, Edith (Mrs. K. O. Lysons), Kathleen (Mrs. Nairn), and Beryl (Mrs. Edgar Ford); aged 76 years. MOW. — On Saturday, January 13, at Geraldton, following an operation, Ralph Henry, eldest son of Mrs. R. Mow, 11 StocUey-road, Bun bury, and the late Harry Mow; aged 42 years. Interment this day (Tuesday), Geraldton. PARISH. — On January IS, suddenly, at Fre mantle Hospital, Jack, fond nephew of Ray and Jim Watson, cousin of Doreen, Marjory, and Don; aged 14 years. WRIGHT. — On January 9, at Perth Hospital, T. P. Wright, beloved son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wright, of County Clare, Ireland; hus band of Margaret Wright, New York; brother of Mrs. T. MeOarthy, Harper-street, West Mid land. Privately interred by Bowra and O'Dfa. IN MEMORIAM. CARLSON. — In remembrance of our little nephew (Frank), who departed this life January 16. 1933. Not lust today, but every day. In silence w« remember. Inserted by his uncles Seth and Will, and aunts Alice and Bess. CARVEY. — In lovinjr memory of my darling mother, Harriett, who died in London, January 16. 1932: also my two dear soldier brothers, who fell in the Great War, Harry, in March, 1916; also Charles In July, 1916. God's greatest gift, remembrance. Inserted by Mrs. Gentry and Ted, Kenny street, Bassendean. COX (nee Doris Louise Addlcoat). — Died on January 16, 1932. Sleeps she calmly on Christ's bosom. From all care and pain set free. For, exclaimed our blessed Saviour. Suffer such to come to Me. T ? At rest Inserted by her loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers, Jim, Frank, Leo, Ray. Alma. Jean, Marjory, and her two dear little daughters, Joan and Barbara Cox. COX. — In sad but loving memory of my dear sister, Doris,, who passed away January 16, 1932. I cherish still, with love sincere. Beautiful memories of one so dear. Inserted by her loving brother Jim. COX. — In loving memory of Doris, who passed away January 16, 1832. Ever remembered. Inserted by ma and Alma Grave. DENHAM. — In sad and loving memory of my dear husband and father, Charles Edward, who fell arieep, January 16, 1932. He never failed to do his best. His heart was true and tender; He toiled so hard for those he- loved. Then left us to remember. Inserted by his loving wife and family. Ethel CMra. Goedecke), Emily (Mrs. Robin), Charlie. Doris (Mrs. Doney) and Ena. ? DEWAR. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at, Gingin, January 16, 1932. We cherish still, with love sincere. Beautiful memories of mother, dear. Inserted by her children, Norman, Daphne, Fred and Shirley. DEWAR (nee Murray). — In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Letha, who parsed away at Gtngin on January 16, 1932. For many years our family chain Was closely linked together. But, oh. the chain is broken now. One link has gone for ever. Sad and lonely do we wander To a grave not far away. Fhere they laid our dear Letha, Just two years ago today. Inserted by her loving father, mother and brother. DEWAB (nee Murray). — In loving memory of our dear sister, Letha. who passed away Janu ary 16, 1882, at Ginsin. Years may pass, dear eUter, But your face will never fade. For we love just as dearly Though you are silent in your graye. Inserted by her loving sisters, Kath and Ellen. FREEDMAN. — In sad but loving remembrance of my dearest son, Cecil, who departed this life on January 14, 1922. Rest in peace. In memory's keeping, treasured ever, Are happy hours we spent with you; Nor time, nor absence e'er can sever The loving thoughts we have of you. Still living, etill loving, still ours. His cheerful ways, his smiling face Are pleasant to recall; He had a «nile for everyone. And died beloved by all. Just a sad, sweet remembrance. Just a memory fond and true; Just a token of our love, dear son, for you. , Inserted by his loving father and filter. Malta.

IN MEMORIAM. ELLIOTT. — Dear old grandpa, passed awar January IS, 1933. Only a memory left behind Of grandpa, good and kind. Lovingly remembered by Mrs. Watson, Nance; Jen, Maggie and Grace. JONES. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Jessie (Jess), who passed away on January 16, 1933. Treasured memories. Inserted by her loving husband, Inon, and daughters, Marie and CarmeL JONES. — In fond and loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Jessie May Jones, who passed away at Merredin, January 16, 1933. We shall know her voice in the land of song, And her steps on the street of gold; The same sweet smile upon her face As she wore in the days of old. Always remembered by her loving father and mother, brothers and Bister, Jim, Ned, Bill and Rose, and sister-in-law Alice Cheeseman. JONES. — In loving memory of my dear sister, JcBsie Slay Jones, who passed away st Mer redin, January 16. 1933. In silence I remember you, Jessie. My sister. Inserted by her ever fond sister. Rose Cheese man. JONES. — In loving memory of our sister and aunty, Jessie, who died on January 16, 1983. Loved and remembered the same today As in the hour you passed away. Inserted by her brother and sister-in-law, Jim and Alice, and children, Ernie, Shirley, Rona and Mervyn (Manjimup). - JONES. — In loving memory of my sister, Jessie May Jones, who passed away at Merredin, January 16H 1933. Ever remembered. Inserted by her fond brother, Bill (Nsnnup). JONES. — In loving memory of Mrs. Jones, who fell asleep January 16, 1983, dear Mend of Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, Marj and Rix. Some time well understand. JONES. — In loving memory of our dear friend, Mrs. Jones, who passed away on January 18, 1933. Until the day break. Inserted by T. and O. MeMahon aad family, Carrabin. JONES. — In loving remembrance of dear Jessie, who passed away on January 16, 1933. Inserted by P. and T. Tranter, and A. and W. Rowett (Baandee). KENT. — In fond and loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on January 16, 1923. Fond memories ever. Inserted by her loving husband, Jas. Kent.. KENT. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away January 16, 1923, at BissenJean. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. Inserted by her loving daughter, L. Davis, and P. and J. Barry. LARNER. — In fond memory of our friend, Jim, killed by lightning, at Busselton, January 16, 1933. Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his day*; Sincere and true in heart and mind, A beautiful memory he left behind. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wollcott and family, Mandogalup. LAWFORD. — In loving memory of my dear hus band and our dear father, Arthur (Jack), who passed away January 16. 1932. Inserted by his loving wife and family. LLOYD. — In loving memory of our dear mummy, who went to heaven, January 16, 1929. Dearly loved and sadly missed by her dear little daughters, Margery and Lois. LLOYD. — In loving memory of our dear daugh ter, Daisy, who departed this life, January 16, 1029. Until day break, and shadows flee away. Inserted by her loving father and mother, C. W. and M. L. Jones. LLOYD (nee Daisie Jones). — In loving memory of my old pal, who passed away January 16, 1929. Inserted by her friend Madelene. LLOYD (nee Margery Murray Jones). — In loving memory of my dear sister and our dear aunty, Daisie, who departed this life at Northam, January 16, 1929. Dearly loved and sadly missed by her loving sister, M. Penny, nephew Henry Penny, and niece Elfreda Hughes. MA1ION. — In loving memory ol oar dear sister, who departed this life, January 16, 1923. Always remembered. Inserted by her loving sister, Maud. McALISTER. — In loving memory of my wife and our dear mother, who passed away January 16, 1933. Until the day break, and the shadows flee away. Inserted by ber loving husband and family, Tom and Kit. Ettie, Daisy and Lily. McALISTER. — In loving remembrance of grandma, who passed away January 16, 1933. Inserted bv Daisy and fitella.

McMILLAN. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away January 16, 1932, at Auburn Hospital, N.S.W. Inserted by her loving daughters, Isabel (Mrs. A. Trimming, Victoria Park), Jessie (Mrs. N. Radburn, Bankstown, N.S.W.), and son. Bill (Fre mantle'). McMILLAN. — In loving memory of mv dear methe,-, who departed this life, January 16, 1932. Time changes many things. But memory, like the ivy, clings. My mother. Inserted by her loving son. Bill. £TEW. — In loving memory of Lavinia, who passed away January 16. 1933. Not for wealth or health to God I am praying; Only to be in life with you again. I believe the promise God has given: I know you are in heaven. Lovinjr. faithful, honest and truthful, dear Wince. Inserted by her husband. ? PALMER. — In fond memory of our dear hus band and father, Percy Palmer, who passed away on January 18, 1927, at Tenindewa. From his loving wife and children. PHOLLIPS. — In loving memory of Frank, the dearly beloved husband of Kittle Phillips, who died at Perth, January 14, 1909. Ever remembered. PHILLIPS. — In loving memory of our dear father. Frank Phillips, who died at Perth, January 16. 1009. A beautiful memory. Inserted by Ruby and Arthur. REGAN. — In loving memory of our dear hus band and father, John Regan, who passed awuy at Wooroloo, on January 16, 1932. A patient sufferer at rest. Inserted by his loving wife and family. REGAN. — In memory of my father, John Regan, who passed away at Wooroloo on January 16, 1932. At rest. Inserted by his daughter. Alice (Morawa). RIDDELL. — In loving memory of my dear son, John, who fell asleep January 16, 1933. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. Inserted by his loving mother. BJDDELL. — In loving memory of my tittle son and grandson, Johnnie, who passed away January 16, 1933. Remembered in silence. Inserted by daddy, Jack and granny BiddelL RIDDELL. — In sad and loving memory of our darling little grandson, Frankie, who psaei away January 16, 1933; aged 6 year* and 9 months. The end was sudden, the shock severe. The memory of his dear little ways Will linger with us all our days. . Dear little Frankie, too lovely to stay. God called him home to show us the way. Inserted by big sorrowing grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mulligan. KIDDELL. — In loving memory of my darling little nephew, Frankie, who passed peacefully away January 16. 1933; aged « years and 9 months. A child of Jesus. Inserted by aunty Gladys. RIDDELL. — In loving memory of dear littto Frankie, who passed away January 16. 1983. The world may change from year to year. And friends from day to day,. But never will the one we loved From memoiy pass away. Inserted by his loving cousins. Mr. and Mrs. M. Flint and family. RIDDELL. — In loving memory of dear little John (Frank), who departed this life January 16. 1933. Memories. Inserted by Alvia staff. RIDDELL-CARLSON. — In loving memory of our dear little nephew and cousin (Frankie), Johnny. Though years may pass his memory lingers. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. H. Griffiths and Wilfle. SQUIRES. — In loving memory of my dear brother and our uncle, William Adolphus (Dolph), who passed away at Perth op January 14; also our loving nephew and cousin, Dolphie Reeves, who died January 23, both late of Jarrahdale. You live with us in memory still. Not just today, but alwaya will. Inserted by his loving sister and brother in-law, niece and nephew, aunt and uncle and cousins, Maggie. William, Mona and Claud Spald ing. No. 2 State Mill, Dwellingup. SQUIRES. — In sad but loving memoiy of our dear uncle, Dolph, who departed this life January 14, 1916; also our dear cousin, Dalph Reeves, who passed away January 28, late of Jarrahdale. Till memory fades, till life departs. You will live for ever in our hearts. Inserted by his loving nieces and nephew and cousins, Nell, Harry and Doreen Sweeney, No. 2 Railway Mill. Dwellingup. TAYLOR. — In memory of my dear son, Allan, who died January 16, 1932; aged 24 years. Inserted by his dad. J. \H. Taylor (Holly wood), and brother Jack (Dwellingup). TAYLOR. — In loving memory of Allan, who passed away January 16, 1932; also Mary Jane, grandma of abovt, January 22, 1932. My son; my mother. Ixved, }on-*ed for, remembered always. TESCHEMAKER-SHUTE. — In loving memory of Agusta Clara, who passed away at Morning ton. January 14. 1933. At test. Inserted by mother, father, brothers and sisters. ' BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. MRS. D. MARSH and Family, of SI Wilber force-street. Mt. Hawthorn, desire to THANK aU kind friends and relatives for let ters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and per sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere gratitude. RS. E OXTEY and Family, of Hamilton Hill, wish to THANK all kind friends and re latives, for cards, letters and personal expres sions of sympathy in the loss of their before husband and father. Will all plea* accept toil as a personal expression of gatituda. 1

FUNERAL NOTICES. B-EDLTNGTON. — The Friends of the late Wn » liam Christopher, of Veno-atreet, Collie, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Anglican portion of the Collie Cemetery. The Funeral will leave bis late resi dence, Venn-street. Collie, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 8.50 o'clock, and thence by train, leaving Collie railway station at 4.10 o'clock. SYD DOYLE and CO.. Undertakers. Forrest street. Collie. TeL 34. ? BROWN. — The Friends of Mr. and Mis. L. A. Brown, of 57 Hamilton-street, Bayswater, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of fheir late dearly loved children, Lezley Margaret and Raymond John, to the place of interment, the Wniti.ti 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 TOMORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to at tend the Funeral may proceed by the 11.5 o'clock train leaving Perth. BOWRA and O*DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier street. Perth. TeL B4308; private B3376. B2938. 'E*INNIGAN. — The Friends of the late Mrs. Mary Kate Finnigan, widow of the late William Andrew Finnigan. of 11 Bay-road, Scrth Fremantle. are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave St Anne's Church. Alfred-road, North Fremantle, THIS (Tuesday) AFTEH -OON at 2.80 o'clock, arriving at the Ceme tery at 2.60 p.m. A Requiem Haas will be celebrated at St. Anne's Church this (Tues day) morning at 7 o'clock. Flowers may be left at the Church -until 2 o'clock today. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY. Under takers. Fremantle and Claremont. TeL FM2225 and F2177. ? piARNSWORTHY. — The Friends of Mr. Alfred VJT Youlden Garnsworthy, of Youldean, Kenny street, Bassendean, Works Superintendent Coming Sinith-Ht Lyell Fertilisers, are respectfully in formed that the remains of his late beloved wife, Elixabeth Jean, will be interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at S o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON. The 'uneral la appointed to leav* his private -resi- dence, Youldean, Kenny-street, Bassendean, after a service commencing at 1.45 o'clock. Friends desirous of attending the Funeral may proceed by the trains leaving Midland Junction at 1.57 o'clock and Perth at 2.35 o'clock. ARTHUR J. PUBSLOWE, .Funeral Director, 20 Angove-street, North Perth; '664 Newcastle street, Leederville; James-street, Guildford. TeL B2649. ? RED CROSS SOCIETY. BASSENDEAS BRANCH. GARNSWORTHY. — The Members of the above J Branch are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed President, Mrs. Elisabeth Jean Garnsworthy. which is ap pointed to leave her late residence, f ouldean, Kenny-street, Basaendeao, after a service com mencing at 1.45 o'clock and arriving at the Cemeteqr at 8 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTER NOON. Members desirous of attending the Funeral mav proceed by the. trains leaving Mid land Junction at 1.57 o'clock, and Perth at 2.35 o'clock. * ? Mrs. R. BIBKHEAD, Secretary. ? Mrs. A. HOWABD, Treasurer. AYES. — The Friends of Mr. Edward Thomas Hayes, of « Evelyn-road, Claremont, are res pectfully informed that the remains of his late dearly beloved wife. Sarah Mullett, will be in terred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral will leave her late residence. 8 Evelyn-road, Clare mont, THIS (Tuesday) MORNING at 10.50 o'clock, proceeding to Christ Church, Claremont, where a service will be held, thence to the Cemetery, arriving at 11.80 a.m. Friends may proceed by trains leaving Fremantle at 11 o'clock and Perth at 11.5 a.m. ARTHUR E. DAVTES and COMPANY. Under takers, Fremantle and Claremont. TeL FM2225 and F2177. ? KEANK.— The Friends of the late Mrs. Lilla Rebecca Wharton Keane, widow of the late Edward V. H. Keane, are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral wiil leave her late residence, 7 Princes-street. Cottesloe, TOMORROW (Wednes day) AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 2.20 p.m. Friends may pro ceed by trains leaving Fremantle at 1.55 o'clock and Perth at 2.5 p.m. ARTHUR E. DAVTES and COMPANY. Under takers, Fremantle and Claremont. TeL FM2225, F2177. ? SMITH.— The Friends of the late Mr. Miles Staniforth Cater Smith, of Culicup, Kulikup,   Boyup Brook, and formerly Administrator of Papua, are respectfully informed that his re- mains will be interred in the Church of Eng- land portion of the Boyup Brook Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the Parish Church, Boyup Brook, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 2.45 o'clock. A service will commence at the church at 2.30 p.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY. Under- takers, Fremantle and Claremont. TeL FM2225 and F2177.

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