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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 ensue insertion. BIRTHS. BOOTH (nee Lil Nicholson).-On November 21, 1936, at Mt. Hawthorn Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs J. G. Booth, of 60 the Boulevarde, Mt. Hawthorn- a son. Both well. No visitors for five days. CRACKNELL-On November 20, at Miss Har vey's Hospital, Bulwer-street, to Lesley, wife of John C. Cracknell-a daughter (Fleur). GRIGGS (nre Kathleen Walden).-On October 8, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griggs, of St James's Square, Kensington, London-a son (John Walden). MATSON (nee Male Evans).-On November 21, at K.E.M.H. (private ward), to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Matson, 176 Pier-street---a son. Both well. NEVIN (pee Bell Anderson).-On November 19, at Sister Bathgate's Private Hospital, East Fremantle, to Mr. and Mrs. V. Nevin (Jenna cubbine)-a daughter (Barbara Joan). Both well. PHILLIPS (nee Minnie Starkey).--On Novem ber S21 at 42 Plant-street, Carlisle, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillips-a son (Robert James). No visitors for five days. WALSH (nee Barnden),~-On November 20, at St. Ive's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Walsh, of 62 Eton-street, North Perth--a daughter (Bette). Both well. - WILLIAMS (nee Esther Allard).-On November 18, at St. Anthony's Hospital, Northam, to Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barlowe-Williams, of 25 Hampton-street, Northam-a daughter (Julie Annett). Both well. WILLIAMS.-On November 20, at Tresillian Hoe pital, to Edeline, wife of Victor Leo Williams -a son. Both well. ZUSMAN.-On November 22, at Faversham Hospital. to Mr. and Mrs Leslie Zusman a daughter (Deirdre). Both well. Strictly no visitors for seven days. SILVER WEDDING. HILLS-MACGILLIVRAY.-On November 22, 1911, at St. Columba's Church, Cotteeloe, by the Rev. A. lcCastie, Henry Thompson, son of the late Henry Charles and Francis Eleanor Bills, to Babel St. Clair Foxsth, daughter of the late Forsyth MacGilivray and Isabella Thompson, of West Perth. Present address, 69 Daglish-street, Wembley Park. DEATHS. Chapman, Alfred W. Reece, Henry G. Clayton, Annie. Rennie, R. Dillitant. Alloe. Slade, Charles W. Dixie, Henry J. Sugars, Hurtle. Doggett, James. Sunley, Frederick J. Hooke, Anna. Taster, Isabelle. Jenkins, Elizabeth. Walker. Marion. King, William G. Wheeler, Charles G. McCarty. Margaret. Woods, J. McCormack, Mattin J. Wright, Harry. Mills, Elirzabeth R. CHAPMAN.-On November 21, 1986, at BSbiaco, Alfred Warburton, the beloved husband of the late Emily Chapman. fond father of Alfred, Arthumr, Ethel and Ada; aged 75 yeas. At rest. CHAPMAN (Alfred Warburton).--On November 21, 1986, at Lemnos, late of Boulevarde, Mt. Hawthorn. after long llness, loving father of Arthur, father-in-law of Lillian, grandfather of Alfred, Lloyd, Jean (Brookton); aged 75 years. At reat. CLAYTON.-On November 21, 1936, Annie, dearly loved wife of Mr. Henry Clayton, of 58 Wasley-street, North Perth, beloved mother of Gladys and Leslie, fond mother-in-law of Dulcie and grandmother of Vernon and Vilma; aged 68 years. DILLITANT.--On November 22, 1986, at her residence, 22 Kennedy-stee , Maylands, Alice, the beloved stfe of the late James Dillitant, fond mother of Alexander McCallum (Sydney, N.S.W.). Man d (Mrs. Lyon, Maylands) and Jessie (Mrs. W. D.. Johnson); aged 89 years. To- be privately interred In the Karrakatta Cemetery this day (Monday) by Arthur J. Poro6we & Cb. DIXEY -Oa November 21 (suddely). at Perth. Henry Joseph Dx?y., of 17 Swn8ea-street. Victoria Ps U.sP .fond brother of a 8 years DOGGETT.-On November 22, 1986, James D~oLgett, of 18 Soth-street, Fremantle, and formerly of Albba, husband of the late RBar Ann DoSett and loving father of Henry and Else (Mrs. J. A. Collins); aged 82 years. HOCKE.--On November 21, 1936, at the resi dence of her mother, 2 King William-street, South Fremantle, Anna, beloved daughter of Anna Morrison and the late Stephen Hocke, and fond sister of Freda (Mrs. Joseph Heine, Peak Hill); aged 2 yeas. JENKINS-On kovember 22, 1936. Elizabeth Jenkins, of lawley-crescent, Mt Lawley; aged 80 years. At rest. KING.--On November 22, 1936 (suddenly), at Perth, William George, dearly beloved humsband of Mary M. I. Kidg, of I Eastbourne-street, Bnckland HI, and fond father of Valma; aged 40 years. McCAFFERTY.--Ol November 16, at Perth Hos pital Manrgret, beloved wife of the late WK Iam MCaferty. loving mother of Phil, laother-in-law and pal of Flo, of 77 arbourne street, Wembley Park; aged 82 yeamr Tretau~r d memories McCORMACK. - On November 21, Martin Joseph McCormack, loved husband of Adeline, father of May (Mrs Green), Jack, Leonard, Jean and Ellen,l oved stepfather of Ella (Mrs. Smith, Kalgoorlie), Annie (Mrs. Driver, Cottesloe), loving brother of Nora (Mrs. Lockton), Susan (Miss McComack), Thomas McCoramack, Mrs. Lockton (Adelaide).   R.I.P. MILLS-On November 21, 1936. at St. John   of God Hospital, Subiaco, Elizabeth Bankine, widow of the late George Mills and beloved mother of Sam, Ada and George -'Victoria). At rest. REECE.-On October 28, 1986, at Perth, Henry George, dearly loved son of Mrs. A. Reece and the late Mr. G. H. Beece, of 832 Vincent street, Leederville, loving brother of Ruth and Bernard, stepbrother of George (deeeased), and Alce (Mrs. Rose, Melbourne). Ever remembered. RENNIE.-A tribute to the memory of our very dear Friend. . RenMie. Everybody's friend. SLADE.---On November 21, at Perth, Charles William Slade, dearly beloved husband of May. loving father of Vera, Thelma and Morna, fond eldest son of Daisy and the late Thomas Slade; aged 48 years. At rest SUGARS.-On November 22, 1986,. at Wooro loo. Hurtle, dearly beloved husband of Annie sugars and loving father -of Robina (Mrs. J. Boulder). Evelna, Humphrey, Sybiland Frnk. and fond father-in-law of lack Moul der and grandfather of Pam, and loved son-in law of Mrs. F. Day; aged 58 years. A patient sufferer at rest. SUNLEY.-Pased away November 22, at Dul wieh Mill, New Sounth Wales, Frederick J. Bunley (late A.lF.), loved husband of Elsie, father of Olga, Jim and Joan. TASKER--On November 19, at Denmark, Isa belle, loving sister of Marion Messer, of Den mark. Sadly mined. WALKER .--On November 10, 1986, Nurse Marion Walker, 30 Vivessh-romad, Midland Juanction, youngest daughter of the late Wil Iarm and Margaret Walker, Cambuslang, Scot Ial. Irish and Scotch papers please copy. Safe ini the arms of Jesu?s. Inserted by her devoted friend, James Pen. rose. WHEELER (Charles eorge).--On November 1, 1930, at Narembeen Memorial Hospital, Charles George, dearly beloved husband of Rose, fond father of Evelyne, Bill, Jim. and John; loving stepfather of May (Mrs. Garnett), Roy and Clarence, and George (son-in-law). Victorian papers please copy. WOODS'--On Saturday. November 21, 1936, at his son's residence, Cwambygine Jesse Woods, late of York and Bayswater, loving i.ther of Edna (Mrs. Timma, Bayswater), Jack "wam bygine), Rhoda (Mrs. Burch, Palmyra), Allan (Dalkeith) and Colin (deceased): aged 77 years WRIGHT.-On November 6, at Morawa, Barry (Snowy) Wright One of the best. Deeply regretted Inserted by an old friend. IN MEMORIAM. BROWN.---In loving memor of our darling Mother, Catherine Mary, gwho left us Novem ber 23. 1932. That one word, mother, Compare it with no other. Inserted by her loving family, No. 6 Har wood-place, West Perth. BROWN.-In loving memory of our dear Mother, Catherine Brown, passed away November 28. 1932. Memory lingers on. Inserted by Bob and Tom (sons). CALLAGHAN.-In loving memory of my dear Hosebatd and Father. who departed this life November 23, 1925. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving wife, daughter Ivy, son in-law Bob. grandchildren Jack and Elsie. CAMERON.-l-In loving memory of our dear Son, Laurie, who passed away on November 28. 1935. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving mother and father. CHRISTIE.L-In loving memory of Mrs. Annie Christie. widow of the late W. B. Christie, who died suddenly November 23, 19384. Resting where no shadows fall. Inserted by her sister. COUNSEL-Treasured memories of our dear Husband and Father. who passed away Novem ber 23. 1933. Inserted by his loving wife and daughter.

IN MEMORIAM. DAVIES.--n memory of David Davies, beloved Husband of H. A. Davies, who fell asleep at Kalgoorlie on November 28, 1931. Remembrance is a golden chain That binds us till we meet again. Inserted by his loving wife and family. DOUGLAS.--In loving memory of our beloved Husband and Father, William Archibald Doug las, M.V.O., who died November 28, 1984. Resting where no shadows fall, With the passing of the years we will remember him. Inserted by his loving wife, son Arch, daugh ter-in-law Nora, grandson Alan. DOWNS.-In loving memory of our dear Wife and Mother, Jane, who passed away on Novem ber 23. 1935. Dearer to memory than words can tell Is the mother we lost and loved so well. FOY.--In loving memory of our dear Wife and Mother, Margaret, who passed away November 28, 1922. Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving husband William, and family. Will, Giss, Tom, Olive. Charles End Madge. FOY.--In loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandmother, who passed away on Novem ber 23, 1922. Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving son Will and daughter in-law Nell, and grandchildren Doris, Ron, Meg., Jack and Wally. GAMMAGE---In loving memory of our darling Pa, who departed this life November 22, 1931; also our darling Mother, who passed away March 14, 1936. Our dear ones united. Inserted by her loving daughters, Dorothy and Ethel, and son Lorraine. GASTON.--In memory of our dear Wife and Mother, who passed away on November 23, 1934. Ever remembered. Inserted by Syd and Kathleen. HANCOCK.--In loving memory of my dear Hus band and Father, who passed away at Swan View, November 28. 1926. Will always be remembered. Inserted by his loving wife and family. HASTIE.-In loving memory of my dear His band and Father, James, who died at Bunbury, November 23, 1933. A tender chord of memory Is sadly touched today; A loving thought, a silent tear For one we miss and loved so dear. Inserted by his loving wife and daughter and son-in-law, MI and W. Francis, and grandson Bill. JENKINSON.-In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away November 22, 1932. Each year brings the span of time greater, but time has no waning influence to the memory of a good and sincere mother. Inserted by her son George and daughter-in law Amy and grandchildren. LEE.--In loving memory of our dear Father, Louis Lee, who passed away at West Tood yay, November 23, 1927; also our dear Mother, Maud Lee, who passed away at West Toodyay, June 23, 1932. Ever remembered. Inserted by Keable and Bertha. LEWIS~-In loving memory of my oear Hus band, John Frances Lewis, who pased away in the Base Hospital on November 22, 192L Though his smile has gone for ever, And his hand I cannot touch. I will always have sweet memories Of the one I loved so much. Memories are treasures no one can steal, Death leaves a wound no one can heal. Inserted by his loving wife, Evelyn Lewis. LINDLEY.-In loving memory of James Wil liam Lindley, who passed away on Novem ber 23, 1934. Jim, how I miss you. Inserted by his loving wife Annie. LINDLEY.-A loving tribute to the memory of our Dad, who died November 28, 1934. Treasured memories. Inserted by daughter Doris, son-in-law Horace, grandson Max. LINDLEY.-A tribute of love to the memory of our dear Dad, Jim Lindley, who died No. vember 23, 1934. Memories sweetly linger as time goes on its way. Inserted by Kate and Jack McPhail, and granddaughter Marjorie. LUNDLEY.-A tribute of love to the memory of our dear Dad and Granddad, Jim Lindley, who died November 23, 1934. Deep in our hearts a memory. Inserted by Coral and Arthur, and grandsons Lindley, Eric and Lewis. SCRIMMGER.--In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away November z8, 1919. Inserted by her loving daughters, Lily and Edith. SINrLAI?.-In loving memory of our dear Mother, who departed this life November 28, 1935. Not just today, but every day, In silence we remember. Inserted byber loving son and daughter-hn-law, Ernest and Ivy. SINCLAIR.-In loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandma, who died November 28, 1935; aged 73 years. Deep in our hearts she's engraven, And dear will her memory remain, While .we cling to God's given promise To meet our dear Mother again. Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Charlie and Flo, son-in-law Len, and granddaugh ter Jean (leederville). SINCLAIR.--In loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandma, who passed peacefully away on November 28, 1985. As we loved you, Mother, so we miss onu, In our hearts you're always nar, Always longed for, loved, remembered, As it dawns the first sad year. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in law, Ruby and Jack Paterson, grandsons Len, John, Ron, granddaughter Betty and great granddaughter Beryl (20 Victoria-street, Mid land Junction). SINCLAIR.-In loving memory of our dear Sister and Sister-in-law, who passed away on No vember 21, 1935. Lovingly remembered. Inserted by her loving brother and sister, Charlie. Louisa and nieces. SINCLAIR.---In memory of our beloved Sister In-law, Louisa, who passed away November 28, 1985. Sweet memories which the years cannot dispel, Remain behind with those who loved her welL Inserted by her loving sister-in-law and bro thers-in-law. SINCLAIR.h-In ever loving memnory of my very dear Friend, Mrs. Sinclair, tWho passed aw-ay November 23, 19388. -To memory ever dear. Inserted by Alice Roberta. SINCLAIR.-In loving memory of Louisa, who passed away November 28, 1936. Inserted by her loving friends, Mr. and Mr. T. W. Brodem and family. SMITH.--In loving memory of my dear Son, Teddy, who passed away November 22, 1936. Sweet and loving memories will ever re main. dear-one, until we meet again. Irserted by his loving mother. TBIGWELL.-In loving memory of our dear Son, Lionel, who passed away November 23, 1985; aged 19 years. Loved in life, treasured in death, A beantiful memory left. Inserted by his loving father and mother (Boyanup). TRIGWELL--In loving memory of our dear Bro ther, Lionel, who passed away November 23, 1985; aged 19 years. With tender love and deep regret, We, who loved him, will never forget. Inserted by his loving sisters and brother, Nita, Pat and Bernard, brother-in-law Jack. WEEKS-In loving memory of my dear Hus band and our fond Father, George, who passed away on November 22, 1932. At the heavenly gate he'll meet as With the same sweet, loving smile, For we are parted from our loved one Only for a little while. Inserted by his loving wife and family. WETHE?ALL--l-n loving memory of our dear Son and Brother. Jack, died November 22, 1930, at Yalgoo. Ever remembered by his parents and sisters WILCOL--In loving memory of my Son, Jack, who passed away November 23, 1932. Inserted by his loving mother, sister and brother. WJLCO -fIn loving memory of our dear Bro ther, Jack, who died November 23, 1932. Ever remembered by his mother, brother and sister. WILCOL-In memory of my Friend, Geo Wilcox (Jack), who died November 23, 1932. Inserted by H. Jeffrey. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. M RS. A. REECE, Ruth and Bernard, wish to sincerely THANK the many friends for the telegrams, floral tributes, personal expressions of sympathy and bereavement cards received in their recent sad loss. Especially do they wish to thank Detective Gee for his kindness and consideration, also to express their apprecm?tion of the many kind offers from their friends and neighbours. Will all please accept this as a very sincere expression of gratitude. RfES ALVEY and Mr. Renshaw wish to STHANK all kind relatives and friends for their floral tributes, letters, telegrams, cards and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Especially do they thank Dr. Anderson, also Dr. O'Neil and nurses of Ward 7, Perth Hospital. for their unfailing attention. Will all please accept this as a personal expressioc of cratitude. MRS. RUTH KUHL, Mr. and Mrs. Batterham, and Mr. F. W. Atkinson desire to THANK all kind friends for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym pathy in their recent sad bereavement. Es pecially are they grateful to Dr. Randell, Nurse Eddy and Mr. G. H. Joneas Will all please ac cept this as a personal expression of gratitude. I RS. SANDY and Family, of Bulwer-avenue. A Perth wieh to sincerely '?HANK all rela tires ald friends for letters, telegrams. floral tri butes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. EspecI!ally do they thank Mrs. Thornton and Mr. J. Owen. Will all please accept this as a personal expres sion of gratitude. MARS. FRENCH and Daughters wish to THANK all friends for kind expressions of sympathy during their sad bereavement. MRB. T. H. GLASKIN and Mrs. Tichbon and Family. of Maylands, wish to express their kind THANKS for letters, cards, telegrams, floral trbutes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. -E. and MRS. G. HODGKISS, Daughters and _JL Son, of 56 Basinghall-street, Victoria Park, wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, telegrams, floral tributes and per sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expree~ on of their gratitude. rE Relatives of the late MR. C. .NORMAN desire to THANK all kind friends for letters, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please acept this as a personal expres sion of gratitude. FUNERAL NOTICES. BUTTERLY.-The Friends of the late Mr. Selby Harding Butterly, of Goomalling, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Anglican portion of the Karra katta Cemetery at 11.20 o'clock THIS (Mon day) MORNING. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Service Chapel of Arthur J. Purslowe A Co., 606 Neweastle-street, Leederville, at 11 o'clock. Friends desirous of attending the Funeral may proceed by the train leaving Perth at 11 o'clock. ARTHUR J. PURSLOWE & CO., Funeral Diretors, .20 Angove-street, North Perth, Leeder ville, Guildford. Tel. B2649. MAN.--The Friends of the late Mr. Alfred t-Warburton Chapman, formerly of 74 The Boulevarde. Mt. Hawthorn, late 6th Brigade, F.A B., A.L.F., are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Anglican portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 10.15 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING. The Fune ral is appointed to leave the Service Chapel of Arthur J. Puralowe & Co., 664 Newcastle-street, Leederville, at 9.50 o'clock. Friends desirous of attending the Funeral may proceed by the train leaving Perth at 9.55 o'clock. ARTHUR J. PURSLOWE & CO., Funeral Directors, 20 Angove-street, North Perth, Leeder ville, Guildford. Tel. B2649. CLAYTON.-TThe Friends of Mr. Henry Clay ton, of 58 Wasley-street, North Perth, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of bhi late dearly loved wife, Annie, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Karra katta. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Sacred Heart Church, Highgate Hill. at 9.80 o'elock THIS (Monday) MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may pro ceed by the 9.55 o'clock train leaving Perth. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated in the Sacred Heart Church, Highgate Hill. at 9 o'clock this (Monday) morning. BOWRA & O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier street, Perth. Tel. B4308; Private B8876, 56717. D IXEY.-The Friends of Mr. Alfred and George Dixey, of 17 Swansea-street, Vic toria Park, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late brother, Henry Joseph Dixey, late of Boorabin, to-the place of inter ment, the Roman Catholic portion of the Karra katta Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Mesrs. Gibb & Co., Undertakers, 289 Albany-road, Victoria Park, at 8 o'clock 'MIS (Monday) AFTERNOON. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may pro ceed by the 8 o'clock train leaving Perth. GIBB & CO., Undertakers, 289 Albany-road, Victoria Park, and Fremantle-road, South Perth. Tel. M1185 and MU890. TOGGETT.-The Friends of the late Mr. James Doggett (Jimmy), of 18 South-street, Fre mantle, and formerly of Albany, are respect fully informed that his remains will be in terred in the Baptist portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. J. A. Collins, 18 South street, Fremantle, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 4.20 p.m. No flowers by request. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY, Funeral Directors, Fremantle and Claremont Tel. L2225 and F2177. ERICKSON.-The Friends of the late Mr. Algot Erickson, late of Broomehill, are respect fully informed that his remains will be in terred in the Lutheran portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 10.80 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY, Funeral Directors. Fremantle and Claremont. Tel. L2225 and F2177. HOCKE.--The Friends of Mrs Anna Mori eson, of 2 King William-street, South Ere mantle, are respetfunlly informed that the re mains of her late dearly beloved daughter, Anna Hocke, will be interred in the Roman Catholic ortion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral will leave St. Patrick's Church, Adelaide-street, Fremantle, THIS (Monday) MORNING at 930 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 10 am. Friends may proceed by trains leaving Fremantle at V.25 o'clock and Perth at 9.35 a m. A ebem Mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's CrucEh at 9 o'clock this (Monday) morning. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY, Funeral Directors, Fremantle and Clafemont. Tel. LZ22S and F2177. J KINS--The Friends of the late Miss Elira. beth Jenkins, of lawley-cresent, tht Law-i le r' r aespectfully invited to follow her re-i mains to the place of interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Earrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowrn & O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 8.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 8.45 o'clock train leaving Perth. BOWRA & O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier street, Perth. Tel. B4808; Private B8876, B6717. G.-The Friends of the late Mr. William G eorge King, of 1 Eastbourne-street. Buck land Hill, are respectfully informed that his re mains will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery, TOMORROW (Tuesday) MORNING at 11.5 o'clock. The Cor tege is appointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Horace l. Green, Stirling-highway, Cottesloe, at 10.45 o'clock. Friends attending may pro ceed by trains leaving Fremantle and Perth' at 10.45 o'clock. HORACE L. GREEN, Funeral birector, Stirling. highway, Cottesloe and Claremont. TeL F168L M cCORMACK.-The Friends of the late Mr. Martin Joseph MeOormack, of 86 Raglan road, Mt. Lawley, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of Interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karakatta. The Cor tege will leave the Private Mortuary of Messrs Watkins and Sons, Maylands, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, arriving at the Cemetery at 4.15 o'clock. Train connecting with Funeral will leave Perth at 3.45 o'clock. J. L WATKINS and SONS, Undertakers, 203 Gulldford Road, Maylands, 363 Albany-road, Victoria Park. TeL U1I277, 1006, ML264.-A. AL-~The Friends of the late Senor Don Pedro Hal, of 60 Aberdeen-street, Perth, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral will leave Messrs Arthur E. Davies and Company's Funeral Parlour, opposite the railway station, Claremont, THIS (Monday) MORNING. at 11.16 o'clok, arriving at the Cemetery at 11.80 a.m. Friends may proceed by trainls leaving Fremantle at 11 o'clock and Perth at 11.5 a.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY, Funeral Directors, Fremantle and Claremont. Tel L2225 and F2177. SLADE.--The Friends of the late Mr. Charles William Slade, of Edna-street, Como, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Methodist portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is ap pointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Messra. Gibb and Co., Undertakers, 289 Albany-road, Victoria Park, at 11 o'clock TOMORROW (Tues day) MORNING. Friends wishing to attend may proceed by the 11.5 o'clock train leaving Perth GIBB and CO., Undertakers, 289 Albany-road, Victoria Park, and Fremantle-road, South Perth. Tel. M185 and MU390. SUGARS-The Friends of the late Mr. Hurtle George Sugars, late of 7 Edward-street, Nedlands, are respectfully informed that his re mains will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 4 o'clock TOMORROW (Tuesday) AFTERNOON. The Cor tege will move from Mesrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son's Service Chapel, 1023 Bayatreet. Perth, at the conelusinon of a service which will com mence at 8.20 o'clock. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 8.45 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeal Diree tors, 1023-1027 Hay-street (corner George street), Perth. Tel. BS282 and B3772; Mt. Lawley Branch: 7835 Beaufort-atreet. OODS.-The Friends of the late Mr. Jesse Woods, of Gwambygine, via York, are re spectfolly informed that his remains will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 11.25 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING. The Cortege will move from Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son's Ser vice Chapel 1023-1027 Hay-street, Perth, at 11 o'clock. Friends yishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11.5 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON. Funeral Direc tors, Perth. Tel. B3232 and B8772; and Mt. Lawley: in conjunction with J. L. Wansbrough, Funeral Director. York. 11LLIE.--The Friends of the late Mr. Sydney V Wyllie, of 21 Stuart-street, Cottesloe, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Anglican Cemetery, Karra. katta. The Cortege will leave the Private Mor tuary of Messrs. Watkins and Sons. Maylands, at 10.15 o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING, ar riving at the Cemetery at 11 o'clock. Train conaecting with Funeral will leave Perth at 10.30 o'clock. J. L. WATKINS and SONS, Undertakers. 203 Guildford-road, Maylands, 363 Albany-road, Vic toria Park. Tel. U1277, M1006, ML2O4.-A.

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