alRTayI, MARRIACES, DEATHS, FUNERAL *-ND IN MiEMOr?lAM NOTi5E.8 or ENOORNAD by aomO puhlio t o2cla or ' Woll-known ronIdrnt. 3 The tcLarce o ec, useliu es eilther ot the ao·re no1tAcs s 3s.. it ,ou eCeceding oUe inch tl0 lines or ue words) ; Idditional space at same sate. l1teral and lettern Thanks Notices, s. per inch. All sdvertiscmseuse ordered to appear under thbee several beidilnss must he prepuid. MARRIAGES. TOLSON-PATMAN.-- On the 22nd Novem- ber, at St. Andrew's Church, Perth, by the Rev. L. T. Tarleton, George Henry, youngest son of the late W. V. Tolson and Mrs. Tolson, Laura-street, Laun- ceston, to Rachel Mary, second daugh- ter of Mr, and Mrs. T. H. W. Pat- man, Perth, Tasmania. DEATHS. HARDY.-On the 19th December, at Drys- dale, Mrs. Ellen Hardy, aged 76 years. R.I.P.' JOHNSON.-On the 21st December, at the General Hospital, May, eldest dearly beloved daughter of George and Mary Ann Johnson, of Lilydale, aged 21 years. FUNERAL NOTICE. The funeral of the late Mrs. Ellen Hardy will leave her son-in-law's resi dence (Mr. J. J. Wiseman, Drysdale. near Frankford) at 8 a.m, on Thursday, arriving at Holy Trinity Church, West bury, at 2.30. Friends are invited to attend.-J. J. JORDAN AND SON, Under takers. The funeral of the late Miss May John son will leave the General Hospital this day (Thursday), at 10 o'clock, for the Carr Villa Cemetery. Friends are in vited to attend.-ARMITAGE AND FIN NEY, Undertakers, 116 St. John-street (Storrer's). The funeral of the late Hugh Lindsay Lockhart will leave his parents' resi dence, Lebrina, on Thursday, at 3 o'clock, for the Methodist Cemetery. The funeral of the late Mr. Daniel Shaw, of Beulah, will leave the railway station, Deloraine, on Friday morning, 23rd inst., on arrival of train from Launceston, for interment at Deloraine. Friends will please accept this invitation.-DOOLAN, Undertaker, 136 Wellington-street. Tele phone, 290.