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BIRTHS BAKER — At Women's Intermediate Hos pital, on 4th Oct.. to Pte. & Mrs. A. T. Baker (nee Mabel Tucken. Alva St., Gordon Park— a Daughter (Lorraine Florence*. BROOKMAN.— At the Women's Inter mediate Hospital, on 3rd October, to Mr. & Mrs. W. Brookman, Newstcad— a Daughter iDonna Elaine). Sister lor, HRUNCKIIORST.— At Newmarket Hos pital, on the 30th September, to Mr -5s Mrs. E. T. Brunckhorst. Matt Street. Gaythorne— a Son (David Michael): BUNNY — To Craftsman E. J. Bunny. A.I.F., returned, and Mrs. Bunny, at Grange Private Hospital, 7th October— a Bon c Raymond John Edwin I. CECII ? At Mansfield Private Hospital, on 6th October, to Mr. & Mrs. Syd. Cecil. Kingaroy (nee Audrey Atkinson I —a Daughter (Judith Florence). HARVEY.— On 4th October, at Wooloo wln Private Hospital (Nurse Ada Eng land, A.T.N.A.I. to Mary, Wife of Edgar Harvey, 7lh Avenue. Glen Kedron— a Daughter (Carol Anm. McCOOK inee Ennon.— On October 3, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, Ade laide, to Dorothy, Wife of C. E. McCook —a Daughter (Erica). MILLER. — At the Women's Intermediate Hospital, Brisbane, on October 5th, to Dorothy (nee Coulston), Wife of Mr. G. H. Miller (R.A.N.) — a Daughter (Judith Ann). MURPHY.— On 30th Sept., at Wooloowln Private Hospital (Nurse Ada England, A.T.N.A.). to Joyce (nee Bromfleldi. Wife ol Pte. Joseph E. Murphy. U.S. Army— a Son (Michael Joseph I. Both well. l'EARS. — At Grange Private Hospital, on 6th October, 1943. to Lance-Bombard icr ? D. E. Pears. A.I.P., returned, & Mrs. Pears — a Daughter. RENSHAW.— To L.A.C. & Mrs. C. N. Rcnshaw. on Sept. 24th — a Son (James Joseph). - RICHARDS.— At Macdonald Private Hos pital, on October 6th. to Doris (nee Townleyi, Wife of Pte. A. Richards, A.I.F., New Guinea— a Son (Barry Ray RI°ETl'lMULLER ? On Tuesday, 5th, at Turrawan. to Lucy, Wife of Theo Rleth mullcr, of Hockings St., Clayfield— a Son SA11QL. — On 2nd Oct., at Wooloowin Private Hospital (Nurse Ada England, A.T.N.A.), to Edna (nee Collins), of Mel bourne, Wife of Corporal Stephen Michael Sabol, U.S. Army — a Son (Stephen). SCHEUNPFLUG — At Glandore Private Hospital, Gympie, on Sept. 28th, 1943, to Sgt. & Mrs. H. G. Scheinpflug (nee Gladys Lait)— a Daughter (Robyn Gladys). bfci.MvOOD.— At Macdonald Private Hos pital.. Hishgate Hill, on 7/10/43, to CRl. ? & Mrs. A. Sellwood (returned,' N.G.I, (nee Dorothy Forbes) — a Daughter (Sondra Dorotnyl. STANTON.— At Stanthorpe General Hos pital, on 29th September, to Harry & Eileen Stanton (nee Cohrsi — a Daughter (Patricia Uayi. WOODGATE.— At the Grange Private Hospital, on 4th October, to Mr. & Mrs. R. Woodgatc, Stafford— a Son (Roger William i. ? ENGAGEMENTS CHAMBERLAIN— DORFIELD. — Mr. & Mrs. P. Dorlield, of Canning St., War wick, have announced the engagement of their elder Daughter, Iris, to S./Sgt. James Chamberlain (A.I.F., returned), second Son of Mr. & Mrs. J. Chamber lain, of Stratford. West Maitland. FRASER — THOMPSON. — The engagement is announced of Edna Gwen, elder Daughter of Mr. &, Mrs. A. F. Thomp son, Honour Av., Cramer, to L.A.C. Laurence H. Fraser, R.A.A.F., only Son ? of Mrs. E. Fraser. Hurstvllle, Sydney. GEGG—WILSON. — The engagement is announced of Bessie Frances, the elder Daughter of the Rev. R. H. & Mrs. Wilson, late of Morningtou Island, to Bruce Alexander, the elder Son of Mrs. & the late C. W. Gegg, of Cambooya. KEATING— KELLY.—The engagement is announced of Alma (Sally) Kelly, Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C. Kelly, Dut- ton Park, South Brisbane, to Pte. Vin cent Keating. A.I.F., son of Mr. & Mrs. W. Keating. Greenslopes, South Brisbane. LAIRD — ROBERTS. — The engagement is announced of Gwyn Roberts, only Daughter of Mr. &, Mrs. J. A. Roberts, Longfellow St.. Norman Park, to Ser geant David Laird. A.I.F. MONTAGUE — GATWARD ? The engage ment is announced of Alison Maude, younger Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C. G. Gatward, Clayfield, to Ray Lindsay (A.I.F.. returned i. eldest Son of Mr. & Mrs. E. A. Montague, of Kogarah, Sydney. TOWDERIIAM— SCIIOLL.— The engage ment is announced of Joyce Scholl, eldest Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. J. Scholl. of Toowoomba. to Charles Rich ard (A.I.F. I, second Son of Mr & Mrs. Powderham. Kedron Avenue, Mitchelton. WILSON— McFARLANE.— The engage- ment is announced of Olive, eldest Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. McFarlane, Wellington point, to Trevor, eldest Son of Mr. & Mrs. Wilson, of Cleveland. PRE-MARRIAGE NOTICES NAPIER—HOFFMAN.— On October 11th, 1943, at 9 a.m., at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Dalby, by the Rt. Rev. Monsig- nor Nolan, Imelda Mary (Mel), third Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. Hoffman, "Lorraine." Bunya St., Dalby, to Cor- poral Allan Thomas, R.A.A.F. (Returned New Guinea), elder Son of Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Napier. Drayton St., Dalby. SCHMELLING— BAKER.— On the 9th Oc tober, at 5.30 p.m., at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. N. L. Webster, Corporal Allen J. Schmelling, only Son of Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Schmelling, of Wisconsin. U.S.A., to Mavis A. Baker, only Child of Mr. & Mrs. C. Baker, Red WEST— DAVIDSON. — At Methodist Church. Coorparoo, on 9th October, at 3.30 p.m., by ? Rev. R. Dingle, Irene Dorothy, only Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Davidson. Coorparoo, to Cpl. Howard West, eldest Son of Mr. & Mrs. W. A. West. Norman Park. ? MARRIAGES BICnARDS— GARLAND.— Sept. 18, 1943, at, St. Luke's, Scone, by Canon B. C. Wilson, M.A.. Joan Frances, only Daugh ter of Mr. & Mrs. D. W. Garland, of Brisbane, to John Pendcnnls (A.I.F., returned), only Son of Mr. & Mrs. Pen dennis Richards, of Scone. ROBINSON— McCLINTOCK.— On the 11th September, at Dagun Methodist Church, by the Rev. G. E. Holland, Arthur Lex, only Son of Mrs. S. C. Rob inson, Gympie, & the late Rev. A. E. Robinson, to Marion Joyce, only Daugh ter of Mr. & Mrs. J. T. McClintock, Dagun. SAYCE— HANDY The marriage was celebrated at St. Sebastian's Church, Yeronga. on the 5th October, by Rev. Father R. M. Copley, of Richard Marcus Sayce. A.I.F.. elder Son of Mr. & Mrs. M. W. Sayce, Melbourne, to Beryl Eliza beth, youngest Daugh'er of Mr. & Mrs. W. Handy. Yeerongpilly. WHITEHALL— HACK. — On the 25th September, at St. Paul's Church of Eng- land, Cleveland, by the Reverend Bar- stow, Viola Alice, only Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Hack, Mount Cotton, to Douglas Whitehall, eldest Son of Mr. & Mrs. R. Whitehall, Cleveland. GOLDEN WEDDING SWEETMAN— POPE.— On October 9th, 1893. at the Windsor Rd. Baptist Churcn. by Revd. T. Leitch. G. T. Sweetman, Son of late Luke Sweetmau. O./C. H.M.S. Coast Guards. Rosslare, Wexford, Ire land, to M. E. Pope, Daughter of Mr. Si Mrs. M. Pope, late of Wigan, Lanca shlrc. England. ? DEATHS DAWS. — On the 28th Sept., private hos pital, Adelaide, S.A.. Ellen Elizabeth, Widow of Percy K. Daws. &: dearly be loved Mother of Dorothy Thorpe. Bram ston Terrace, Herston. Brisbane. GILROY.— On 29th September, 1943, Bevin Eugene Gilroy, infant Son of Mr. W. Gilroy, Kingaroy, aged 13 months. In- terred at Taabinga Cemetery. H. P. VIRGO. Funeral Director, Kingaroy. JAGGERS.— On the 8th Oct. 1943, at his late residence, 171 Virginia Av., Haw- thorne, John Malcolm Jaggers, aged 75 years, beloved Husband of A. Jaggers, & Father of May & Keith. CANNON & CRIPPS LTD., Funeral Directors. JESBERG, Mrs. Benny. 49 years. — On . October 2nd. at ths Wicnholt District Hospital, Wondai, beloved Wife of Mr. Edward Jesberg (Proston) & Mother of Mrs. Fred Mollenhauer (Brigoodal & Sister to Mesdames J. Anderson (Pros ton), A. Cameron (Brisbane I, J. Bond (Bundabcrg). L. Anderson (Atherlon), Messrs. W. & G. Hansen (Proston), C. & M. Hanson (Wondai), J. Hansen iMurgon), F. Hansen iMonogorllbyi. In terment In Wondai Cemetery, October 4th, 1943. MANTLE.— At private hospital. Parra mattB, on October 3. Harriett Mantle, aged 83 years, beloved Sister of Mes damea A. Mayes (Ormeau) & A. Haken (Brisbane), & Aunt of Mesdames M. Orr & G. Neden (Tweed Heads). MoCARTUY.-^On September 1st. 1943, at Llitcr Hospital. Gympie, Mary (Maislo). aged 18 years, beloved elder Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Peter McCarthy. Widgee, Gympie, & Granddaughter Mrs. J. deary. Windsor. Interment ^ GymRie. MCCARTHY.— On October 3rd, 1943, at ? Mater Hospital. Brisbane. Cecelia, agec 13 years, beloved younger Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Peter McCarthy. Widgee. Gympie. & Granddaughter of Mrs. J. Cleary, Windsor. Interment Gympie. RIP' McNEE, Kenneth Leslie. — On 28th Sep tember, 1943. at his home in Glen Inncs. Husband of Rose & Father of MENZIES. — On the 8th inst.. at a pri vate hospital, Brisbane, Elma Menzies, Sister of John Menzies. Gloria Court, Leichhardt St., City. Private cremation. NO flowers. CANNON & CRIPPS LTD.. «LaLA8!SACN?-LS6n October 7, at Mel bourne, Valiere Ann, only Child of Pat rick O'Callaghan, Gleyallen, Holland Park. R.I.P. SMITH. — On October 8th. at Manly, N.S.W., Vincent George, only Son of lata Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Smith, 'Noca- tunga.' Eagle Tee., Sandgate SWAIN.— At Kotagarl, South India, 17th August, 1943, Miss Alice E. Swain. Sister of the late J. W. Swain & the late Mrs. E. M. Marshall, Brisbane. IN MEMORIAM CAMPBELL, M. I. R.— In lovinc memory of my dear Wife. our Mother. & Daughter, who passed away 9th Oct., 1939. At rest. Inserted by her Hus band. Daughter. Son (A.I.F.i. & Mother. CRIPPS.— In loving memory of our dear Husband & Father. David, who passed away 8th Oct.. 1942. Inserted by his loving Wife, Son. & Daughter-in-law. DUNNING.— In affectionate remembrance of our dear Son, Brother, -Ss Brother in-law, Stanley Norman, who passed av.ay October Oth, 1037. Lovingly re membered. Inserted by his sorrowing Mother, Father, Brothers, Sister, & Sister-in-law. FELS. — In loving memory of our dear Mother. Mother-in-law. & Grandmother. Bertha Meta, who departed this life 9th October. 1940. Always remembered. Inserted by Alonzo. Leonard. Mary. Eve lyn, -fc Grandchildren. GODBOLD.— In sad but loving memory of our darling Mother, who passed away suddenly at Kingaroy on 10th October, 1941. Inserted by her loving Daughter, Son-in-law, & Grandson, Bertha, Jack, ? & Keith. KASSULKE. Fred. — In loving memory of my dear Husband.- Father. & Grand father, who passed away Sept. 26th . 1928. God's greatest gift, remembrance. Inserted by his loving Wife & Family. NOON. — In loving memory of my dear Wife & our Mother, who departed this life 9th October, 1938. Inserted by hei lovine Husband -fc Family. OXENHAM. — In loving memory of ms dear Wife. Violet Annie Oxenham. whe -:pa6£ed away 9th October, 1942. A bettei ? Mother never lived. Inserted by hei loving Husband & Family.
IN MEMORIAM ! OXENHAM.— In .ovlhg memory of my : dear Sister-in-law (Via Oxenham), who passed awSy ninth I9thi October, 1942. : Her life a beautiful memory. Inserted ' by her loving Sister Nell. ? 1MRIE — In loving remembrance of our. dear Marjorie (Dccweei, on October Oth. Deep.y mourned by her Parents & Sisters. ' POUTER, Ivy Evelyn.— In loving memory of my dear Wife, who passed ;ivay on October 10th. 1942. Always rcrcgfnbcrcd. nscrted by her loving HusbarJr IILKY.— In loving memory of our dear Daughter .& Sister, Dorrle. who passed away Oth October, 1928. Loving memo ries live forever. Inserted by her. lov ng Mother, Father, Mr. & Mrs. R. Wells, & Chris. SAYER. — in loving memory of my dear Daughter, Margaret Jane Sayer, who was taken from me October 9th; 1041. 'nserted by her loving Mother. SAYER.— In lov.lng memory of our dear Sister, Margaret Jane Sayer, who was! called home October Oth. 1941. Inserted by her loving Brothers, Douglas, Dun cas, -& Dave. SAYER. — In loving memory of our dear Sister & Slstcr-in-law. Margaret Jane Snyer, who passed, away October Sth, 1941. Inserted by her Brother & Sister n-law. Archie & Joan. SAYER.— In loving memory of dear Sis ter, Sister-in-law, & Auntie, Margaret Jane Sayer, who passed away October )th, 1941. Inserted by her Sister, Brother-in-law, & Nieces, Lousle, Mat, Dawn, & Margaret. SAVER. — In loving memory of our dear Sister, Slstcr-in-law. & Auntie, Mar garet Jane Saycr. who passed away Oc ober 9th, 1941. Inserted by her Brother, Sister-in-law, Nieces, & Nephew, Tom, Rose, June, Valerie. & Noel. SAYER. — In loving memory of our dear Sister, Margaret Jane Sayer, who passed away October 9th, 1941. Inserted by her loving Sister -fe Brother-ln-Jaw, Marlon & Dennis. SAYER. — In loving memory of our dear Sister. Margaret Jane Sayor, who was parted from us October 9th. 1941. In serted by her loving Sister & Brother n-law. Lalla & Jim. SAYER.— In memory of our Friend, who passed away 9th October, 1941. Ever remembered. Inserted by her three Frlrnds. SHEAVES.— A tribute of love to tho memory of our dear Mother & Grandma. Roslna Adelaide Sheaves, who passed away October 9th, 1933. Thy will be done. SIMPSON. — In loving memory of dear Mother, passed away on the 10th Oc ober, 1035, . Forever in our thoughts. nserted by her laving Daughter & Son in-law. Glady, Steve, & Grandchildren. SMITH. — In loving memory of our dear Son & Brother, Pilot Ralph John Smith, who was accidentally killed at InBham. Sadly missed.. Inserted by his loving Mother & Brothers. TOWNSEND. — Loving memories of our dear Sister, who passeu away 10th Oc tober, 1041. Inserted by your loving sister & Brother-in-law, Ivy, -'Jim, Rita, Les, & Family. R.I.P. TOWNSEND.— In loving memory of our dear Sister. Evelyn Edith, who passed away at Miles on October 10th. 1941. Sadly missed. Inserted by her loving Sister . & Brother, sister-in-law & Brother-in-law. Edna & Lawrence. Una & Victor. & Children. ? ROLL OF HONOUR MAC1NTYRE.— In loving memory of our dear Nenhew. Lewis Macintyre, died of wounds in New Guinea. For his country, ono of the best. Inserted by his loving Undo & Aunty. James & Minnie Fernic, zisERj 405372, Sgt.-Obs. Reg.— In proud & loving memory of our beloved Reg, who lost his life- in air operations, England? 10th Oct.. 1942. Too dearly oved to ever be forgotten. Inserted -y Dad (New Guinea). Mum. Daphne, ZISER, In memory of Sgt-Observer Reg Ziser, accidentally killed aircraft accident in England, 10/10/42. Not just today, but every day, in silence we remember. Mary, Ena, & Alice. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES MRS. M. BARCLAY & FAMILY, of Bun damba. wish to THANK the Drs. & Cursing Staff of the Ipswich General hospital for their kind attention to her Daughter & their Sister while an in mato there. & to all Relatives & kind Friends who sent wreaths. telcKoms. otters. & cards, & to all who assisted n any way in their recent sad be reavement. Please accept this as our «RS.°^1MRSnMARTIN BURKE & SONS, DICK & LEN, of Limestone St., Ipswich, desire to THANK the Doctor & Priests concerned. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Bell, & Mr & Mrs. Athol Hogan, Ss all kind Relatives, Neighbours, & Friends, who sent wreaths, cards, telegrams, etc., or who in any other way sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as their per Th''1 FAMILY of the late MRS. CARO LINE CARR: walker St., Windsor, wish to THANK all Relatives & Friends for kind expressions of sympathy, floral cWd b^ve^elff^Ls^ac^t ttfs !!£& ^'I^L^Y^COBBAN wish . to THANK the Doctor. Matron. & Staff of the Dlamantlna Hospital, the Rev. Muir, & Mr. W. Austin for their kindness & attention. & also all kind Friends for St ^Ter^vemel^Pleaslf ac^pl i& ?i°isy:erKnS}fflc- family Ward. Mater Hospital, also Rev. Tay lor, Relatives, & Friends for their kind attentions, expressions of sympathy, & floral tributes in their recent sad loss of a dear Son. Please accept this as MR & MRS JAMES DOUGLASS & DAUGHTERS, "Rina Villa", Blackbutt Friends for their telegrams, letters, cards, expressions of sympathy, & floral tributes in their sad loss of their Father, Father- in-Law & Grandfather. Pleas Russell St., West End, express GRATE FUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT of letters, telegrams, & tokens of sympathy n the loss of their little Grand-daughter & Niece, Berrlce Joyce Field. Please ac cept this as our personal thanks. South Tffe W?FeEVFAMILYPyof the late RALPH HOWELLS desire to THANK Relatives, Friends, Neighbours, the Directors & Staff of Wilson, Tait, the Employees of G. S. Hooker, Members of the Local Purchase Ordnance Services, & the Doctor in attendance for their kindness, telegrams, cards, letters, & flowers. Please accept this as our personal & ThaeteFAMiLYnkof the late MRS. ELIZA BETH ANN JOHNSON, also SISTERS & BROTHERS of the late MR. WILLIAM JUNIUS THOMAS, express grateful acknowledgment of letters, tokens, & expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavements. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. A. LAWSON. MR. J. H. LAWSON. MR D C. LAWSON. MR. W. J. LAW SON. Wish to THANK all Relatives & Friends for their kindness in their recent sad bereavement. Tho FAMILY of the late MRS. P. O. 'MOESER, 19 Cochrane St., Paddington, wish to THANK the Doctor, B.A.F.S., Captain & Mrs. Godkins, Relatives, & Friends for their kind expressions & sympathy, telegrams, floral tributes, let ters. & cards in the loss of their dear Mother. Please accept this as our per The FAMILY of the late WILHELM FRIEDRICH MULLER desire to express their sincere THANKS to Relatives & Friends for their kindly assistance, floral tributes, telegrams, cards, & let ters of sympathy In the sudden sad loss of our beloved Father. Please accept this as our personal and grateful thanks. MRS. F. G. MURR & FAMILY, Henry St., Cnermslde. wiEh to express their sincere THANKS to all kind Friends & Relatives who sent floral tributes & messages of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. A. H. PEAKE, BERYL, & SYBIL wish to express their sincere THANKS for letters, telegrams, & cards of sym pathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. C. A. PEDERSEN & FAMILY, of 20 Camden St., Albion, sincerely THANK Doctor, Sister, Relatives, & Friends for messages of sympathy In their recent bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. The FAMILY of the late MRS. PREN TICE, Miskln St., Toowone, wish to THANK the Drs.. Sister Lahalne, Rela tives, Friends, & Neighbours for their floral tributes, letters, telegrams, cards, & expressions of sympathy in their re cent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MR. & MRS. E. ROSIN & FAMU.Y wish to thank all kintl Friends & Re latives. Members & Staff Nerang Shire Council, for their messages of sympathy in the sad loss of their dear Son & Brother. William Charles. Please ac cept this as our persona! thanks. MRS SEWELL & FAMILY, of Bracken St., Moorooka. wish to THANK all Rela tives & Friends for telegrams, cards. & messages of sympathy in their recent snd loss of her Sister & their Aunt, Charlotte Barltrop. Please accept this as our personal & grateful thanks. MR. & MRS. W. J. SCOTT & FAMILY wish to THANK all kind Relatives & Friends for their messages of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. F. M. WINDLEY. Waverley St. Teneriffe, wishes to express her sincere THANKS to Relatives & Friends for kind telegrams, letters of sympathy on the death of her loved Husband. Please accept, this as my personal thanks. FUNERAL NOTICES BARKER.— The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. Arthur Barker, Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Barker, Mr. & Mrs. J. Hamilton, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Barker, Mr. & Mrs. G. Garner, Mrs. I. Harris, Mrs. J. Simpson, Mr. & Mrs. H. T. Daniel, Mr. R. Hall, Mr. & Mrs. J. F. Simpson & Families, & the Family of the late Mr. & Mrs. J. Laidlaw are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their Son, Brother, Brother-in-law, & Uncle, Arthur Barker, of Currumbin Beach, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel. Petrie Bight, This (Saturday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. BARKER.— Loyal Pride of Windsor Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F.— The Officers & Members of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of Bro. Arthur Barker, to move from the Funeral Chapel, as per family notice. By Order of the N.G. BARKER.— Members of the African War Veterans' Association are invited to at tend the Funeral of their late Member, Arthur Barker, to move from the Funeral Chapel, as per family notice. BARKER.— Relatives & Friends of Mr. Robert Barker. 48 Allenby St., Spring Hill, are invited to attend the Funera of his beloved Wife. Tlllie (nee Mattic Gregg), to move from St. Stephens Cathedral. Elizabeth St.. This (Satur day) Forenoon, at 10.30. to the Too wonB Cemetery. BRISBANE UNDER TAKERS PTY.. LTD. BEST.— The Relative.* & Friends of the late Miss Clara Best, Yundah St., ISandcate, are invited to attend hei Funeral, to move from Alex. Gow'! i Funeral Chapel, Petrle Bight. . Thif I (Saturday) Afternoon, at 7 o'clock, loi I the Bald Hills Cemetery. IMjEX. GOW, 'Piitipral Director.