[In order to guard against imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person in Melbourne to ensure their insertion.]
ADAMS. —On the 9th inst., at the Commercial Bank of
Australia, Eaglehawk, the wife of J. L. Adams —a daughter.
GOODISSON. —On the 11th inst., at Glendalough, Molli-
son-street, Sandhurst, the wife of J. R. Goodisson
of a son.
KIDDLE. —On the 4th inst., at Kybybolite, South Aus-
tralla, the wife of Richard Kiddle of a daughter.
OSBORNE —SUMNER. —On the 10th inst., at Christ
Church, Brunswick, by the Rev C. P. M. Bardin, James, eldest son of James Osborne, of Merton, Elsternwick, to Kate Ormerod, fourth daughter of the late T. J. Sumner, of Stony-park, Brunswick.
CASHIN. —On the 15th inst., at his residence, No. 25
Lytton-street, Carlton, Joseph, the dearly-beloved husband of Ellen Cashin, aged 22 years.
COOPER. —On the 16th inst., at her late residence,
Cressy, Cotham-road, Kew, Emma, the dearly beloved wife of J. A. Cooper, aged 40 years, after a painful illness. Birmingham papers please copy.
HARTY. —On the 12th inst., at her parents' residence,
Conolly-street, Echuca, Mary, beloved daughter of J. and M. A. Harty, aged 22 years. R.I.P.
HENDERSON. —On the 15th inst., at the residence of
her mother, Gaol quarters, Victoria-street, Mel-
bourne, Victoria Agnes (Queenie), the third beloved daughter of the late Mr. Joseph H. Henderson, late of Glasgow, aged 9 years. Glasgow and Dundee papers please copy.
HODGSON. —On the 13th inst., at her son's residence,
St. Arnaud, Catherine, the beloved wife of John Hodgson, sen., late of Swanwater, aged 66.
KLAWS. —On the 14th inst., at 57 Lord-street, Rich-
mond, son of William Herman Klaws, aged 2
LOUGHNAN. —Of your charity pray for the repose of
the soul of Marion Loughnan, relict of the late Captain J. M. Loughnan, who departed this life at Hunthawang, Hillston, N.S.W., on 14th July, in her 77th year, fortified by all the rites of Holy Church. R.I.P.
MACLEAN. —On the 10th inst., at Cecil-street, Williams-
town, David Duncan, child of Dr. H. R. Maclean, aged 1 year 8 months.
WATT. —On the 16th inst., at 2 Redan-street, St. Kilda,
Charles Watt, of the firm of Charles Watt and Co., 48 Queen-street, Melbourne, aged 72. Deeply re- gretted.
PEARSON. —In sad and loving remembrance of our
dear mother, who departed this life at Callentina, Hawthorn, on the 17th day of July, 1877. Also, our dear father, died November 20, 1888, age 58
WATT. —In memoriam, John Watt, (late of Commer-
cial Bank), who died at 164 Collins-street east, on 17th July, 1888 aged 75 years.
A.O.F.: COURT LE PLASTRIER, No. 7407. —The Officers and Brethren of the above court and order are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late respected brother, STEPHEN A. BYRNE, P.C.R., to his last resting-place, the Melbourne
The funeral is appointed to Ieave his late residence, Milawa, No. 7 Dorcas-street, South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wednesday, the 17th inst.), at 2.30 p.m.
GEO. A. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
Bro. R. M'KENZIE, undertaker.
THE Friends of the late Mr. FRANK WILLIAM
ROSE, manager of the Coffee Palace, Smith- street, Fitzroy, are most respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting-place, in the Mel- bourre General Cemetery.
The funeral will move from the residence of his brother, Mr. Frederick Rose, Deaf and Dumb Institu- tion, corner of High-street and St. Kilda road, Prahran, THIS DAY (Wednesday, July 17, 1889), at a quarter to 2 o'clock p.m., passing over Prince's-bridge about half-past 2, en route to cemetery.
WILLIAM GEORGE RAVEN, undertaker, 227
Smith-street, Fitzroy; 129 Queen's-parade, Clifton-hill; and Rathdown-street (south end), Carlton. Telephone 1037.
THE Friends of the late Mr. JOSEPH CASHIN are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Melbourne General
The funeral will leave his late residence, No. 25 Lytton-street, Carlton, THIS DAY (Wednesday, 17th inst.), at 3 o'clock sharp.
THOMAS HENRY ALLISON, undertaker, 181
Elgin-street, Carlton, and Derby-street, Col- lingwood (late E. Warwick). Telephone No. 1182. THE Friends of Mr. J. A. COOPER are most respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife Emma to their last resting-place, the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his resi-
dence, Cressy, Cotham-road, Kew, To-morrow (Thursday), 18th inst., at 2 o'clock punctually.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, undertaker, Fitzroy
and Moor streets, Fitzroy; and High and Robe streets, St. Kilda. THE Friends of Mrs. MARGARET HENDERSON are respectfully invited to follow the remains of her beloved daughter Victoria Agnes (Queenie) to the place of interment, Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will leave her residence, Gaol quarters, Victoria-street, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wednesday, 17th inst.), at 1 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of Mr. JOHN TANSWELL are most respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved and only daughter, Gladys Daphne, to their last resting-place, the Melbourne General Ceme-
The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, Alfred-street, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wednes- day, the 17th July), at 2 o'clock.
WILLIAM JAMES GABELL and SON, under- takers, 182 and 184 Bay-street, Port Melbourne.
THE Friends of Dr. H. R. MACLEAN are repect- fully informed that the funeral of his late son will leave his residence, Cecil-street, Williamstown, at 11 o'clock THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, for the Williamstown Cemetery.
HENRY LONSDALE and SON, undertaker, Wil- liamstown. THE Funeral of the late CHARLES WATT will
leave his late residence, 2 Redan-street, St. Kilda, at 3 o'clock on Wednesday, the 17th inst., for the St. Kilda Cemetery.
A. A. SLEIGHT, undertaker, Collins-street.