Births and Deaths, Bereavement Notices. Mar riages and In Memoriam Notices up to six lines 3/. each succeeding line 6d. per line extra. C In order to guard against imposition, notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths must be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure insertion. C BIRTHS. DEAN (nee Bunny Molloy).-On April 28, at Tresillian Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Pen rod Dean-a darling daughter (Sandra F ALne). Both well. EDWARDS.--On April 28, at Bundi KudJa. C Hampton-road, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Ed wards, of 4 Gibson-street. Hilton Park. Fre mantle-a daughter. Both well. EVANS. — On April 27, at Nurse Lloyd's, Mann street, Cottesloe, to Ella and John, 108 Stirling highway — a daughter. FLUGGE.-On April 22, at Coleraine Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Flurge. of Ascot Vale. East Katanning-a son (Graeme Norman). Both well. GIBBONS.-At Devonleigh Hospital-a son. No visitors for aive days. LONGDEN (nee Vera Worthingtonl.-On April 29. at the Hospital of St. John of God. Subiaco, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Longden, of c Wembley-a son (Arnold Victor). Both C aell. No visitors for six days. O'SHEA.---On April 27. 1940. to Mr. and Mrs Charles O'Shea. of 5 Alexandra-street, South Perth-a daughter. Lived half an hour. REES (nee Pay Perguson).---On April 27. to a Mr. and Mrs. George Rees, of Cottesloe--? son (John Melbourne). Both well. No visit- C ors till May 2. SMITH.--On April 26. at K.E.M.H. (private ward), to Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Smith-a son (Roger William). Both well. WILLS.JOHNSON.-On March 22, to Mr. and a Mrs. A. Wills-Johnson. of Nookawarra Cranbrook--a daughter (Theo). WISON.--On April 22, at St. Andrew's Hos pital. Midland Junction, to Mr. and Mrs Percy Wilson-a daughter (Norma Winl. 9 fred). Both well. MARRIAGES. BOAN--SNOWBALL.--On March 20, 1940. at St. Matthew's Church, Guildford. by the Rev. D. J. Davies. Robert Hilton, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boan. of Como. to Pauline Barr, elder daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. M. J. Snowball, of North Perth. EVANS-PAMMENT.--On March 12. at Christ Church. Claremont, by the Rev. Thomas, Vivian Walden. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Evans (East Fremantle). to Winsome Edna. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Pamment (Fremantle). DEATHS. BARBOUTIS.--On April 29. at Perth. Constantinos, beloved husband of Katina Barboutis, of Rathmine. Bunbury, loved father of Anastassia (Mrs. P. Atzemis). Sta matios. Christos,. Georges. Margarita. Nicholas and John: beloved son of Mrs. Anastassia Barboutis; loved brother of John. George. Angelo, Paraskevou (Mrs. M. Ste phanou). Christina (Mrs. Achileas Antonas). and Mango (Mrs. Con. Magriplis); aged 42 years. DAVIS.-On April 29. 1940, suddenly. at Per'h, I Francis Henry. the dearly loved husband of Ellen Davis, fond father of Stanley, Nellie (Mrs. S. P. Christiansen) and Ray; grsndfather of Nancy,. Don. Joy and Marcia: father-in-law of Daisy. Gwen and S. P. Christiansen; aged 82 years. FELL.-On April 29. 1940, at Fremantle. Mar earet Eileen, beloved wife of Matthew Foster Fell, of 65 Mary-street, Premantle,. loving mother of Clare (Mrs. C. Pitman), Isma (Mrs. G. White). Aileen (Mrs. O. Duf field) and Frank Fell: aged 63 years. R.IP. GRIFFIN.-On Auril 27, 1940. James, beloved brother of Jack and Augusta. and fond uncle of Daisy, Mary, Maud, Jack. Annie and Ron. R.LP. HUNTER.-On April 29. at Premantle Hospital Isuddenly), Ethel May, dearly beloved wife of Thomas John Hunter, of 55 Thompson road. North Fremantle. loved mother of Albert, Leonard (Albany). Tom and Nancy; loved sister of Harry. Tom. Albert and Fdith Welshman. and Mrs. A. Williams (North Fremantle); fond sister-in-law of Mrs. J. Gooch, Mrs. R. Gooch. Mrs. Mc Bride. Mrs. Browning, Hubert and Leslie Hunter; aged 48 years. RHUTER.--On April 29. 1940. at Premantle. Ethel. dearly beloved sister of Tom. sis ter-in-law of Eva. loved aunt of Tom. Ron and Ken Welshman. of Palmyra. HUNTER.-On April 29. 1940. at Premantle. F'ehel, beloved sister of Albert and Edith Welshman. O love that will not let me go I rest my weary soul in thee; I give thee back the life I owe. That in thine oeean deaths its flow May richer. fuller be. HUNTER.-On April 29. 1940. at Fremantle. Ethel. dearly beloved sister of Blanche, sis ter-in-law of Bert. loved aunt of Vic.. Leo, la?lb. Jack. .Ti_. P..,,ihe and Thelma Williams. of North Fremantle. God's Will be done. HTrNTXR.---On April 29, 1940. Ethel May. be loved sister-in-law of Olive and Roy Gooch. fond aunt of Dounalas. Colin and Roy. Loving memories. BIUNTER (Ethel.-.Oas..Aeil 29. 1940. at Pre mantle, dearly beloved friend of Mr. and Mrs. P. BHoki?a and family, of Bewell-street, East Premantle. A Pal to everyone. BUNTER.-On April 29, 1940, Ethel, sincere friend of C. E. Gray. Out of the stress of doing into the peace of the done. WBUTTER.-A tribute of love to the late Mrs. Hunter. Sweet memories. Mrs. Lorton and Don. EELLY.-On April 27. at the Collie HospitaI. Jemes Edward Kelly. dearly beloved !o's hand of Ethie. loved father of Sam. Olive. May and Bob; father-in-law of Don and Rite and grandfather of baby Valma: aged 48 years. LEMON.-On April 29, at Perth Hospital, Ed ward Arthur Lemon, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith. of 40 St. Leon ard's-avenue. West Leederville; aged 44 years. To be privately interred in the Methodist Cemetery, Karrakatta, by Messrs. Watkins and Sons. Maylands.-A. A patient sufferer at rest. MACMILLAN.-On April 29, 1940. at St. John of God Hospital Belmont, Laura Elleen. dearly loved wife of Joseph Macmillan. lov7 ing mother of Olga (Mrs. R. P. Hodgson, Beverley) and ar (Blcton); fond grandma e! Mary, Peggy and Sheila Hodeson; Ivan, Joe and little Gwen Macmillan: great grandma of Laurie and Robin Weaver; aged 77 years. Peace, perfect peace. MACMILLAN.--On April 29. at Belmont. Mrs. L. Macmillan. dearly loved friend of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kain and family. Pondest memories. MONAGHAN.-On April 29, 1940. at Pre mantle. Owendoline. beloved daughter of John Stephen and Jessie Julia Monachan. of 24 Walker-atreet. outh Prnmantle. and loving sister of Ernest John; aged 20 months. Safe in the arms of Jesus. MONAGHAN.-On Anril 29. 1940. at Pre mantle, Gwendollne. loving granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Alloike; aged 20 months. MONAGHAN.-On April 29, 1940, suddenly, et Fremantle. Grwenle. little granddaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Monaghan. 18 Jackson-street, North Premantle. Our darling. MONAGHANf.-On April 29. at Premantle. suddenly, Gwen, dear little niece of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ahlpike. loving cousin of Jim and Eilieen. Maisie. Violet. Joy and Wilma. Our dear little Pal. MONAGHAN.-On April 29. at Fremantle. sud denly. Owennie? loving little niece of Bill and Esma: aged 20 months. Our dear little girl at rest. MONAGHAN.--On April 29, Gwennie. dearly loved little niece of aunty Eileen and uncle Jack. Some day we'll understand. MONAGHAN.-On April 29, 1940. suddenly. at eantle . Gwennie. loving niece of Nell and Peter Brown. Enid and Erie McLeod. little cousin of Max and Jill MlLeod; sged one ynear 8 months. A llttle bud in heaven. MONLAGHAN.-On April 29, 1940. at nre mantle. Gwen. dear little friend of Mr. and Mrs. Davies and Bonny, and Mr. and Mrs. Hames and family. One of God's rare flowers. ROWE.--On April 23., at Baswater. Mrs. M. J. Rowe, loved friend of Alice Bird, of Menzies. Father, in Thy gracious keeiong Lesave we now our loved one sleeping. TOLPUITT.--On April 29. 1940. at Fremantle. Dr. Percy Thomas Tolputt. surgeon. myv. Gorgon, beloved husband of Minnie Tol putt, of 30 Warwick-avenue. London W9 England; aged 72 years. WATERS.--On April 11. at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. M. Pascoe. Booyoolee Station. Gladstone S.A.. Arundel (Arnold) Waters; aged 85 lears: leaving two sons. Sydney Waters (Port Augusta) and Arun del Waters. of Torrensville. S.A.. one sister survives. Mrs. J. Patterson. Wondilogong. Vic., late of Perth. W.A IN MEMORIAM. Anzac Hero. MrKINNON.-In loving memory of our dear PSon and Brother. Bergt. A. J. (Alex) Me Kinnon. M.M. and Bar. 16th Btt.. waho was killed in action April 30. 1918. Greater love hath no man. Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and brothers (Ascot-road. Victoria Park). MrKINNON.-In lovine memory of our dear lrother and Uncle. BerJt. A. J. (Alex) Mc Kinnon. M.M. and Bar. 16th Batt. who was killed in action on enril 30. 1918. Memories ever dear. Inserted by his lovinr sister and brother in-'aw. Mr. and Mrs. Redfern (Maylands). niece, Mrs. Morgan (Cannineton). MeRINNON.--In loving memory of mr dear Nephew. Berat. Alex John (M.s. and Bar). killed In action. Viners Bretonneux. April 30. 1918. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving aunt. P.. Treen. BPRNES.--In loving memory of our dear Hus hband and Father. who r.assed away t lawker. SA.. April 30, 1927. To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die. Ins8rted by his loving wife, dauhter, son i"-asw and grandchildren (Mosman Park. W.A.). CERISTIE.--In loving memory of our dear Husband and Fther. Evander, opassed away on April 30. 1938. Days go by. years may pass. But loving memories always last. SInserted by his loving wife and sons. CHRISTIE.-In loving memory of mu dear Friend. Evander Christie. who passed away on April 30. 1938. A cheerful smile. a heart of gold. One of the best thit world could hold. Inserted by Rene Walsh. COCHRANE.--In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away April 30. 1935. To be together in the same old way Would be our grestes* wish today. passed away April 30. 1936. .errted by her loving family.
IN MEMORIAM. COOK.-In loving memory of Walter Peter S Days go by, years may pass. But loving memory always lasts. Inserted by his loving wife and famlly. at COTTRILL.--In memory of our beloved Husb- band and devoted Daddy, Claude Frank, died as the result of accident. April 30 1939: aged 38 years. Also Enid Teresa. A beautiful little infant daughter of above. October 7. 1937; aged nine months. Inserted by his loving wife and children. Pat, Jim. Terry, Margaret and baby Kevin. - COTTRILL.--In loving memory of Claude. dearly loved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs Leece (Palmyra). brother-in-law of Tom. Sis, Jim. Joan, Win, Mick and Doug.', CURTIS.--In ever loving memory of our be-, loved Husband and Father. Sydney James. N assed away April 30. 1937. N Though aeatn arvides. fond memories cling. Inserted by his loving wife and children. FAIRCLOUGH.-.In memory of my beloved J Son, iyrven Lewis airelough. who passed away on April 30. Is-"; loved brother of Wlinsm. T?uomas. Myrtie and Ivy. uuvel oy us all. Insertea ou .a Ioving moLer. Jane Pairu elough. du GARVEY.-In loving memory of our dear L, Wife and Mother, who passed away April 28. I? 1937; also her beloved Son, Bernard, on p To those we lost and loved so dear. Inserted by her loving husband George and son Gordon. GREEDY.-Sacred to the memory of our darling Son and Brother, Ronald Stanley. , who passed away April 30, 1938 (result of ft accident). Just a silent heartache. te So sadly missed by his loving mother, father k and brother Jeffrehy. GREEDY.-In loving memory of dear Ron. who passed away April 30, 1938. Ever remembered. . Inserted by aunty Besse uncle Mac, nd Keith. GREEDY.--In loving memory of dear Ron. L, who was accidentally killed on April 30. B Fond memories never fade. Inserted by his loving aunts. Ette and Lena. GREEDY.--In fond memory of our Pal, Ron. accidentally killed April 30, 1938. Always remembered. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Thel. and dl JESSETT.-In loving memory of our dear Mother., who passed away April 30. 1926; also Dad, who departed this life April 13. 1933. Days go by, years may pass, But loving memories always last. Inserted by their loving son Les and family. JESSETT.-In loving memory of darling Mother, whom we lost April 30. 1926; also dear Dad. on April 13. 1933. Nothing can ever take away The love the heart holds dear, And God's greatest gift, remembrance. Inserted by her loving daughter Rose. son- in-law Tom, and granddaughter Lorna. JESSETT.--In loving memory of darling Mother, whom we lost April 30. 1926; also dear Dad, April 13, 1933. A wonderful mother and father only lent, But two of the best God ever sent. Inserted by their loving daughter Madge, son-in-law Arthur and little Norman. JONES.-In loving memory of my dear Hus- band, who passed away at Clackline on April 30. 1937; also our little Vera, who passed away December 12. 1923. We will always remember. Inserted by his wife and family. LINDSEY.-In loving memory of Colin Lind sey, who was called Home, April 30. 1939; aged 17 years. Abide with me. Inserted by parishioners of St. Luke's Church, Maylands. McGEACHIE .--In loving memory of our dear Father, John McGeachie. who passed away - at Collie, April 30, 1937. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving family, Peter, Sadie, Peg and Walter. POWER.-In loving memory of our dear Hus band and Father, George Power, late W.A.G.R., who passed peacefully away April 30, 1937; aged 59 years. In God's own time we'll meet again. Inserted by his wife and family. ROSE.-In loving memory of our little Sylvia. who died April 30, 1919. Days go by, years may pass, But loving memories always last. Inserted by her loving mother, father, sisters and brothers (North Fremantle). SIDWELL.--In loving memory of my dear Father, who passed away April 30, 1934. Days go by, years may pass. But loving memories always last. Inserted by his wife and daughter, Edle Spence. grandsons, Norm and Ken Sanders. WATSON.-In loving memory of George Clark. who passed away April 30, 1936, lov ing father of Ivy Henderson. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. Ias HAROLD GIBBS. Sons and Daugh ers wish to express their sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams and personal ex pressions of sympathy m their recent oad bereavemeut. rHE Daughter and Sons of the late s. JlACHL BfUTCHER. of 35 Liefied B -*ts; Victoria Park, wish to THANK all kind friends t and relatives for floral tributes. ltters and telegrams of sympathy in their recent oe reavement; also Dr. Peacock. and espcially I Nurse Daglelish for her untiring attention. Please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. THE Sons and Daughter of the late Mrs. E - L BLACK sincerely THANK all kind friends for cards, telegrams. floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement; and would especially thank Dr. Walsh. of ubiaco. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Parr for their untiring attention. Will all friends please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. rriE Daughters of the late Mrs. ESTHER ROWE desireto THANK all kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy. Especi ally Mrs. F. Barry for her great kindness. Will all please accept this as a personal ex pression of gratitude. FUNERAL NOTICES. ARBOUTS.-The Friends of the l lat Mr. Constantinos Barboutis,. Proprietor, Strand Caife. Bunbury. are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Greek Orthodox portion of the Bunbury Cemetery, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON. The Cortege Is appointed to leave the Service Chapel of Messrs. W. Brittain and aSons, Spencer-street, Bunbnry, at the conclusion of a Service com mencing at 2 o'clock. HORACE L GREEN. Funeral Director, 8tIl-ng-highway. Cottesloe. and Claremont. Tel. F1681, in conjunction with WMS BRIT TAIN and SON, Funeral DLireetors. Specer street, Bunbury. Tel. 15. AVs.-TFe Friends of the late Mr. Francs Hehiry Davis, of 3 Park-road Mt. Lawley, formerly of the Midland Junctieon Workshops are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Congregational portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery at 2.20 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFrERNOON. The Cortege is ap pointed to leave the Service Chapel of Arthur J. Poralowe and Co., 20 Angova-street. North Perth. at 1.50 o'clock. Friends may proceed by the train leaving Perth at 2.5 o'clock. ARTHUR J. PTRSLOWE and CO., Funeral Directors. 20 Angove-street. North Perth: Leed ervilde, Olidford. Victoria Park. Tel. B2649. AMAI.CIAMATED ENGINEERING UNION, MIDLAND JUTNCTION BRANCH. rTAVIS.-The Members of the above Union uare respectfully renusted to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member. Mr. Francs a~enry Davis, which eis appointed to arrie at the arrakRatta Cemetery at 2.20 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON. Mem bers may proceed by the' train leaving Perth at 2.5 o'clock. ET --The Friends of Mr. Matthew Foster L" Fell, of Messrs. Emanuel Bros., Ltd of st. George's-terrace. Perth. and of 65 Mary that the remains of his late dearly beloved wife. Margret Eeen. ll be interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave St. Patrick's Church. Adelaide-street. Fremantle, TOMORROW (Wednesday) 'MORNING at 9.30 o'clock. arriv ing at the Cemetery at 9.50 a.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Church. tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 9 o'clock. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY, Funeral Directors, corner Beaufort and BHl wer streets, Perth, and at Claremont and Fremantle. TeL B9400. F2177 and L2225. GRIFFEN.--The Friends of the late Mr. James Griflen. late of Toodyay. third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Griffen. of Toodyay, are rsspectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment. the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kasrrakatta. The Cortege 15 ap pointed to leave the Private Mortuary of Messrs. Watklns and Sons. Maylands. at 10.20 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, arriving at the Cemetery at 11 olclock. Train con necting with Funeral will leave Perth at 10.45 o'clock. J. L. WATKINS and SONS, Undertakers. 203 Guildford-road. Maylands. TeL U1277, UL264--A. HOBBS.--The Friends of the late Mr. Robert SHobbs, Orchardist, of Sawyer's Valley, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Brethren portion of the Karra katta Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the Service Chapel of Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Company, corner Beaufort and Bulwer streets. Perth. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 2.30 o'clock. arriving at the Cemetery at 2.55 p.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY. Funeral Directors. Fremantle, Claremont. and corner Besufort ~nd Bulwer streets, Perth TeL B9400. F2177 and L2225. ·'UCNTER.--The Friends of the late Mrs. J.L Ethel May Hunter, of 55 Thompson-road. North Fremantle, are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Anglican portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral 1s appointed to leave her late residence. 55 Thompson-road. North Fre mantle, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 3.30 o'clock. arriving at the Cemetery at 3.50 PROSSER. SCOTT and CO., Undertakers, 37 Adelaide-street, Fremantle, and at Sublao.[ Leederville and Cottesloe. TeL L2682. B3680. B3399. F1066. A-.FO.. - COURT ROBIN HOOD. No. 7990. e R.--The Members of the above Court lare respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of the late Mrs. Ethel May Hunter, dearly beloved wife of our Member. Bro. Tom Hunter. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence. 55 Thompson-road. North Fre mantle. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 3.30 o'clock. arriving at the Fremantle Cemetery at 3.50 o'clock. R. HARBORT, C.R. EVAN DAVIES, Secretary. IIODGE CALEDONIAN No. 830. S.C. UUNTER.--The Members of the above Lodge Ikand the Craft in general are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of the late Mrs. Ethel May Hunter, dearly beloved wife of our Member. Bro. Thomas J. Hunter, and loved mother of Bros. Albert and Len. Hunter. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence. 55 Thompson-road, North Fremantle. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 3.30 o'clock, arriv ing at the Fremantle Cemetery at 3.50 o'clock. BRO. W. A. HOWE, R.W.M. BRO. H. C. SMITH. Secretary.
FUNERAL NOTICES. ST. MARY'S BRANCH OF MOTHERS' UNION. --The Members of the above BrH ran hare respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of our late esteemed Mem ber, Mrs. Ethel May Hunter. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence. 55 Thomp son-road. North Fremantle. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 3.30 o'clock. arriving at the Fremantle Cemetdry at 3.50 o'clock. E. WOOLLEY. Enrolling Member. E. WORTH. Secretary. ..FREMANTLE HOSPITAL LADIES' AUXILIARY. TUNToER.-The Members of the above L1 Auxiliary are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of our late Member. Mrs. Ethel May Hunter. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence, 55 Thompson-road, INorth Fremantle, THIS (Tuesday) AFTER NOON at 3.30 o'clock. arriving at the Fre mantle Cemetery at 3.50 o'clock. ETHEL E. BELL. President. E. T. TATHAM, Secretary. EAST FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLUB, W.A.N.F.L. .TUNTER.The Members of the above Club ILare respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of the late Mrs. Ethel May Hunter, dearly beloved mother of our Playing Member, Len Hunter. The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence, 55 Thompson-road, North Fremantle. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 3.30 o'clock, arriving at the Fremantle Ceme tery at 3.50 o'clock. W. H. KITBON. President. L. J. BROWN, Hon. Secretary. ~ACMILLAN.-The Friends of Mr. Joseph Macmillan. of 15 McMaster-street, Vic torin Park. formerly of Norseman, are respect fully informed that the remains of his late dearly loved wife. Laura Eileen, will be in terred in the Methodist portion of the Karra katta Cemetery at 11 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) MORNING. The Cortege is appointed to leave his private residence. 15 McMaster-street. Vie toria Park, at 10.30 o'clock. Friends may proceed by the train leaving Perth at 10.45 o'clock. ARTHUR J. PURSLOWE and CO., Funeral Directors, 20 Angove-street. North Perth: Leederville. Guildford, Victoria Park. Tel B2649. MONAGHAN.-The Friends of Mr. John Stephen Monaghan. of the Australian Cas ing Company Pty., Ltd.. Robb'a Jetty, and Mrs. Monaghan. of 24 Walker-street, South Fremantle. are respectfully informed that the remains of their late dearly loved Infant daughter, Gwendoline, will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the residence of her parents, 24 Walker-street. South Fremantle, THIS (Tuesday) MORNING at 10 o'clock, arriving at the Cemetery at 10.15 a.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY. Funeral Directors, Fremantle, Claremont and corner Beaufort and Bulwer streets, Perth. TeL L2225. P2177 and B9400. POMEROY.--The Friends of the late Mr. Henry Pomeroy, of 7 Pamment-street, Leighton, and a Member of Breadalbane Lodge No. 905. S.C. Freemasons, are respectfully in- formed that his remains will be interred in the Methodist portion of the Fremantle Ceme- tery at 10 o'clock TOMORROW (Wednesday) MORNING. DONALD J. CHIPPER and SON, Funeral Directors, cor. Hay-street and St. George's place. Perth. Tel. B3232 and B3772. TOLPU'-TT-The Friends of the late Dr. SPercy Thomas Tolputt. Surgeon. m.v. Gor gon, are respectfully informed that his re mains will be interred in the Church of Eng land portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Company's Funeral Parlour, 85 Market-street. Fremantle. THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at 12.15 o'clock. arriving at the Cemetery at 12.30 p.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and COMPANY. Funeral Directors, Fremantle. Claremont and corner Beaufort and Bulwer streets, Perth. TeL L2225. F2177 and 59400.