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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, FUNERAL, RETURN THANKS, AND IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, BIRTHST BAYLES. - On the 8th November, at the Queen Victoria Hospital, Laun ceston, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bayles -a son. BROWN. - On 27th October, at Rest- N ella House, Nurse Hepworth's Pri vate Hospital, Deloraine, to Mr. and AMrs. Brown, Great Lake-a daugh ter. L DAVIS. - On the 6th November, at "Mlontrose," Nurse MIunnings' Pri vate Hospital, Canning-street, to MIr. and Airs. R. H. Davis, Pyonna avenue-a son (Edward Brian). GRIFFITHS. - On November 4th, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, V Scottsdale, to Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Grifllth.;, of Trenah-a- son. M HARDY. - On 30th October, at Rest. A ella House, Nurse Hopworth's Pri. M vate Hospital, Deloralne, to Air. and N Mrs. R. Hardy, Moltema-'a daugh ter. HOWELL. - On November 9th, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Scotts dale, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Howell, of- Branxholm-a daughter. MOORE. - To Mr. and Mrs. . Moore, on 7th November, at Corona Private Hospital, 16 Hobart-road, Sandhill, Launceston-a daughter (Barbara). Both well. PETERS. - To Mr. and Mrs. J. Peters (nee Edline Blssett), on the 3rd November, at Corona Private Hon pital, 16 Hobart-road, Launceston a daughter (Joyce). Both well. PONTING. - On November 6th, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Scottsdale, to MAr. and Mrs. W. J. i Ponting, of Pioneer-a son. RONEY.-On the 7th November, at the Queen Victoria Hospital, Laun ceston, to Mr. and Mrs. A, Roney, of Herrick--a son (Alfred John). WENN. - On November 1st, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Scotts dale, to Mr. and AMrs. M. HI. A. Wenn, uf Springfleld--a son. DEATHS ATKINS. - On 1st November, 1934, at Russells Plains, George King, hus- band of Iris Atkins, Invermay, and son of the late Enos Atkins, late of Evandale, aged 49 years. CHESTER. - On the 2nd November, at 150 Park-street west, Brunswick, Victoria, James, the beloved husband of Frances Chester, and beloved father of Lilian (Mrs. H. C. Puck. nell), aged 81 years. After suffer ing, sweet peace. GARWOOD. - On the 9th November, at her residence, Badajos-street, Ross, Wilhelmina Barbara, relict of the late Jeremiah Garwood, native of Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland, in her 82nd year. 'Peace, perfect peace." JARMAN. - On the 8th November, 1934, Leonard Alfred, dearly beloved third son of Mr. and MIrs. Richard Jarman, of 17 Wellington-street, Launceston, aged .12 years. Late of the A.I.F. SMITH. - On the 8th November, 1934, at the Public Hospital, Launceston, George Smith, of Winnaleah, aged d 65 years. (Private interment, Carr : Tilla Cemetery.--C. T. 9'inney, Funeo ral Director.) FUNERAL .GARWOOD.-The funeral of the late \Vilhelmina Barbara Garwood will leave her late residence, Badajos street, Ross, on Sunday, November 11, 1934, at 1.45 p.m., for the Mc thodist Church, where service will be held. After a service interment will take place in the English Ceme tery, Ross.-W. LOCKETT, Under taker, Campbell Town. 'Phone 7. JARMMAN.-The funeral of the late Leonard Alfred Jarman is appointed :to leave his mother's residence, 17 Wellington-street, on Sunday after noon, 11th November, at 2.30 o'clock, for interment in the Carr Villa Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.-C. T. FINNEY, Funeral Di rector, 16 Brisbane-street. JARMTAN.--Waterside Workers' Feder atlon.-Members are requested to attend the funeral of the late Leon ard A. Jarman, leaving his mother's residence, 17 VWellington-street, on Sunday afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for Carr Villa Cemetery.-A. J. ITOLT, Secretary. JARniAN-Loyal Cornnvall Lodge, No. 1, I.O.O.F.-Members are invited to attend the funeral of the late Bro. Leonard A. Jarman, leaving his Inot:lcr's residence, 17 Welington street, on Sunday afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock for Carr Villa Cemetery, 8S1EDLEY.-The funeral of the late Joseph Smedley, of Nabowla, is ap. pointed to leave from Undertaker's property, Arthur-street, Scottsdale, on the 11th November, at 3.30 p.m., for the Mount Stronach Cemetery. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM. BARKER;-In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on November 10, 1930. LEver remembered. -Inserted by his loving daughter Cleta, Hobart. RETURN THANKS The father, brother (Jack), and si-. ter (Phoebe) of the late Miss Jean Keen wish to thank all kind friends and relatives yor their letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Dr. Robertson, Sister Powell, Mr. W. and Miss N. Batt, Mrs. Munt, ing, Mirs. and Miss Bounds, and Mr. and Mrs. Stan. Smith, for their Idnd ness and attention. Will all please ac cept this as a sincere expression of gratitude.