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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, FUNERAL and IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, To Secure insertion, ant ounce monts forwarded for this column must be VERIPIWOD or ENDORSED by some pub lic official or well-known resident. The ohorns fer *ush Inesstion of either of the absee otlfs.s is 3.. Ift eet enxcoIong one Inoh (to Inesos or 0 words); udditional seuss .t snme rt.i. Funeorl nsd Reture Thank. Not lss 3.. psr losh. AIl sdvartls.. mcets ordered to aeppsr undsr thsss ssevera hesd ees must be prepeid. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. is future all otuicei appearitng in tills paper undee the above heading iill lie tepeufelr is the " WftKtY COGtiiSiR" on payutent o1 the notmitul fee ul 0cc Stilliec. Tihe " C irier" circulates sil ouer the Coenmonaelth. BIRTHIS. CROOKS (nee Tolson).-On the 8th July, at "Lennark,' South Esk-road, Treva- lyn, to Mr and Mrs. L, J. Crooks-a daughter. PENHALL (nee Lilian Filleul).-On the 30th June, at "Cliveden," 15 Mansfield street, Northcote, Victorla, the wife of Frederick E. Penhall-a daughter, Sheila Filleul. Both well. RANSOM.-On the GLh July, at 108 Tamar street, to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Ran som-- son. MARRIAGES. WARDLAW-TODD.-On the 29th April, at Holy Trinity Church, St. Mary's, by the Rev. R. Weld Thomas, Robert Leslie, son of R. Wardlaw, "Woodlawn." to Clarihel Elizabeth Clare, eldest daughter of W. J. Todd, St. Mary's. DEAIH'IS. HARDINO.-On the 9th July, at her residence, Exton, .iarga.et, rellet of the late Patrick Harding, aged 85 years. R.I.P. MOORE.-On the 30th June, at Scottsdale, Thomas John Joseph Moore, eldest son of the late Thomas Moore, of Young Town, aged 58 years. (Sydney papers please copy.) eiUNERIAL NOTICES. The funeral of the late Mrs. Hlarding will leave her late relsidence, Exton, on Sunday, the 12th, at 1.30, for Deloralne Cemetery. Friends are respectfully in vited to attend.-J. W. WATTS, Under talker. The funeral of Thora, dearly beloved and only daughter of Arthur and Miay Ann Tuthill, will leave her patents' residence, Red Hills, This Day (Saturday), at 1 p.m., for the General Cemetery. Friends are respectfully invlted.-W. C. CAMERON, Undertaker. RETURN THANIKS. The grandchildren of the late Mrs. Carr, of Beaconsleld, wish to thank all friends who so kindly attended their late grand mother in her last illness, particularly Dr Davis and Mrs Shuttleworth; also all who sent cards of sympathy and floral tributes, In their recent sad bereavement. Mr. and Mlrs,- H. Castle, of Evandale, desire to express their sincere thanks to numerous friends for kind sympathy ex tended to them In. their recent sad be. reavement. Mrs. E. Shergold and family desire to sincerely thank all kind friends for letters, cards, and floral tributes in their recent sad and sudden bereavement.