Births, Marriagcs, Deaths, Funeral and in Memoriam Notices. To secure insertion, announcements forwarded for this column must be VERIFIED or EN- DORSED by some public official or well-known resident. The charges for each insertion of either of the above notices is 3s., if not exceeding one inch (10 lines or 60 words) ; additional space at same rate. Funeral and Return Thanks Notices, 3s. per inch. All advertisements ordered to appear under these several headings must be prepaid. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. In future all notices appearing in this paper under the above heading will be repeated in the " WEEKLY COURIER " on payment of the nominal fee of One Shilling. The " Courier" circulates all over the Commonwealth. MARRIAGES. CAMERON—DOUGLAS. — On the 30th April, at Newstead, Alexander Kenneth Mildura, only son of the late William Cameron, Byron, N.S.W., to Florence Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Henry W. Douglas, "Vermont," Tas- mania, and granddaughter of the late Ronald C. Gunn, Esq., Newstead. CADIEN—BROXAM. — On the 26th June, 1907, at the residence of the bride's parents, Sunnyside, by the Rev. J. C. Freeman, Herbert William, only son of the late William Cadien, New South Wales, to Annie Beatrice, fourth daugh- ter of W. Broxam, Sunnyside, Railton. DEATHS. NAYLOR. — On the 26th July, at his resi- dence, Gunn-street, Devonport, James Naylor, aged 77 years. A resident of over 50 years. FUNERAL NOTICES. The funeral of the late Mr. Smith will leave his late residence, King's Meadows, This Day (Saturday), at 4.45, for the Carr Villa Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend. — STORRER, Undertaker, St. John- street. The funeral of the late James Naylor will leave his late residence, Devonport, on Sunday (To-morrow), at 3 p.m. Friends invited to attend. — W. WELLAR Undertaker. RETURN THANKS. I hereby desire to tender my thanks to the Oak Branch Lodge, U.A.O.D., for the sum of £100, received as funeral allow- ance in respect of my late husband ; and to thank the Grand Lodge of Tasmania for the prompt settlement of the claim. MARY ANN FEARNLEY, Hobart.