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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS.
MULLINS - MATSON.- At Red Hill Presbyte-
rain Church, Gympie, on 26th October, by the Rev. T. G. Allan, Annie Doris, youngest daughtere of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. T. Matson, to David Reg Mullins, eldest son of
Mrs. and the late Mr. G. Mullins, Mt. Mor-gan.
GRIFFIN.- At 104 West-street, on 17th No-
vember, 1931, Michael James Griffin, be- loved husband of Ann Griffin.
LARGE.- In loving memoryh of our dear wife
and mother, Annie Large, who departed this life on 29th November, 1930.
(Inserted by her loving husband and family). SMITH.- In loving memory of our dear sister,
Madge, who departed this life 29th Novem- ber, 1930.
Just a memory fond and true,
To show, dear Madge, we think of you.
(Inserted by her loving sister and brother-
in-law, Vic. and Jim Boniface).
SMITH.- In loving memory of Madge, who de-
parted this life 29th November, 1930. So short and sudden was the call,
I was not there at the hour of death, To see you faint smile,
Nor whisper just one loving word, Or even said - "Good-bye."
(Inserted by her loving mother-in-law, S.
SMITH.- In fond and loving memory of our
dear daughter, Madge, who passed away 29th November, 1930.
Your life was short, our darling daughter,
But peaceful be thy rest;
Your father and mother missed you to-day,
Because they loved you best.
You never failed to do your best,
Your heart waa true and tender.
You toiled for those you loved thc best,
Then left us to remember.
(Inserted by her loving father and mother
and her little children).
SMITH.- In loving memory of our dear wife
and mother, Margaret Eileen, who passed away on the 29th November, 1927.
R. I. P.
(Inserted by her loving husband and children). SMITH.- In loving memory of Madge, wh de-
parted this life November 29th, 1930. Swift and sudden came the parting, Called home without a sign,
At times we cannot think her life was ended, For she never said "Good-bye."
(Inserted by her loving sisters and bro-
ther-in-law, Rose, Vivie and Jim).
SMITH.- In fond and loving memory of my
dear sister, Madge, who passed away No-
vember 29th, 1930.
At dawn you are always remembered, With tenderness, love and regret;
And at sunset sad memories awaken, Of the one I can never forget.
Life brings much that is altered,
Years bring much that is new,
But the one thing that cannot be altered,
Is the sweet memory, dear Madge, of you. (Inserted by her loving sister and brother-
in-law, Edna and Cyril Lake).
MACNAMARA.- In sad and loving memory of
our dear husband and father, John Francis Macnamara, accidentally killed, November 29th, 1924.
(Inserted by loving wife, daughter and sons).
SHEARER.-In loving memory of our dear
friend (Ernest Alexandra), who passed away at Mackay, 28th November, 1922.
(Inserted by his loving friends, Harold and
MORGAN.- In loving memory of our dear hus-
band and father, William Mongan, who passed away November 28th, 1930..
(Inserted by his loving wife and daugh-
ters, Florence and M. A. Shearer).
SHEARER.- In loving memory of our dear
grandson and nephew (Ernie), late A.I.F., who passed away November 28th, 1922.
(Inserted hy A. and F. Morgan).
SHEARER.- In loving memory of Ernie, who passed away at Mackay 28th November, 1922, Interred Rockhampton Cemetery.
Peace, Perfect Peace.
(Inserted by parents and sisters).
GRAY.- In loving memory of dear wee baby
Gordon Rayfield, who died 29th Novem- ber, 1925, aged 1 year 10 months.
(Inserted by his loving parents, sister and
brothers, Mackay; also grandparents, E. F.
and F. E. Toyne, Yeppoon).
The Friends of Mrs. H. WELCH, Wife; Mr.
B. G. WELCH, Son; Misses S. G., E. A., M. H. WELCH, Daughters, are respectfully in- vited to attend the Funeral of their deceased beloved Husband and Father, the late Mr.
HENRY WELCH, to move from his late resi-
dence, Glenmore-road, THIS (Saturday) AF- TERNOON, at 3 o'clock, for the North Rock-
FINLAYSON & McKENZIE
Undertakers. Telephone No. 61.
The Friends of Mrs. G. FORREST, Family and Relatives, are respectfully invited to
attend the Funeral of their deceased beloved Husband, Father and Relative, the late Mr. GEORGE FORREST, which will move from his late residence, D'Arcy-street, THIS (Satur- day) FORENOON, at 11 o'clock, for the Mt.
T. T. OORKES,
Undertaker. Telephone No. 48.
H. A.C. B. S.
The Members of St. Michael's Branch, Mt. Morgan, are respectfully invited to at-
tend the Funeral of their late Secretary and Brother, GEORGE FORREST, and Member of Mt. Perry Branch, which will move from his late residence, D'Arcy-street, THIS (Saturday) FORENOON, at 11 o'clock, for the Mt. Mor-