[In oidcr to guard against Imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, mid Deaths must be authcntl rated bj somo respectable person in Melbourne to
ensuie their insertion 1
M'CULLOCH. —On the 1st inst., at Warbreccan, Denili-
quin, the wife of Colin C. M'Culloch—a daughter.
SCOTT. —On the 7th inst., at Gurner street, St Kilda,
the wife of Charles Scott of a daughter.
SYMONDS. —On the 10th inst at the Bank of Victoria,
Inglewood, the wife of Samuel Symonds of a son.
BARNES-DURANT. —On the 13th inst., at East Mel-
bourne, by the Rev Alexander Skene, John Webster Barnes of Sydney, to Jane Mary Macarthur Durant of Downs-park road, London.
ARMSTRONG. —On the 13th inst., at her late residence,
84 Ireland street, West Melbourne, Jane, the beloved wife of Zacharias Armstrong, aged 55 years. DOWIE. —On the 12th inst., at the residence of her
sister, Mrs. James Darling, Manningtree-road, Hawthorn, Adelaide, youngest daughter of Alex- ander and Jane Dowie, of Adelaide, South Aus-
FEAR. —On the 13th inst., at 74 Oxford street, Col-
lingwood John Fear, aged 74 years and 9 months,
late of Cheshire, England.
FLEMING. —On the 9th inst., at the residence of Mrs.
Halpin, Woodend, Annie Fleming, the beloved wife of Edmond Fleming, aged 61 years. R.I.P.
FLEMING. —On the 9th inst., at Woodend, Annie, the
beloved wife of Edmond Fleming, aged 61 years.
GREENWOOD. —On the 12th inst., at Castlemaine, John
Greenwood, mining expert, eldest son of the late Dr. Jonathan Greenwood, of Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England, aged 58 years.
READSHAW. —On the 13th inst., at Taraville, 1045
Punt-road, East Melborne, Sara, relict of the late Richard Readshaw, aged 78.
MILNES. —In loving nieinorj of Mrs M Milnes »ho
<l |art«! Ihm life at Melbourne Mlh lulj.IWK) (Inserted hj her loving husband and children )
MILNES. —In loving moinoij of Mrs, M. Milnes who
lt| arli 1 this life at Melbourne nth Julv, ISfW
lleiovcdontarth, regretted gone, remembered in
-(Inserted h> O II Cooke and old ornplo) es )
WILLIS. —In loving- remembrance of mv dearhusband,
William Samuel, who depaitcd this life ou the Hill
dav of Ivvlv.lSIH
I loved him, oh, so dearl),
And no» I in lift alono
Tul still 1 bow before ni) dod,
-(Inserte 11>5 his loving wife, Alice Willis )
WILLIS. —In loving remembrance of mj dear son,
WilliambamuelHillls, who died at his late rest
dence Mount \\ ¡se, Mercer road, "Malv ern, on 14th lulv 1S"H (Inserted bj his lovlntc mother, Jane Willis.) "Gone, but not forgotten."
ARMSTRONG. —The Friends of Mr. ZACHARIAS
ARMSTRONG aro respectfully invited to foi lo\ the remains of his Into beloved wife lane to the plau of interment, the Melbourne General Come
Hie funeral will leavo lils residence, Si I relamí
sti et West Melbourne lo morrow (fridav, luth lint h at half past 2 o< lock
JusMll Al I ISON, Undertaker, Tirol street,
North Mi lbourne , anil Mount Alexander road, _MooiuoJlonds lileplioue "fil_ FEAR.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN FEAR
ar most respietfullv Invited to follow his remains lo Iltur last itbtlng place, lu the Melbourne
The fimerü will move from his late residence, 74 Uxfonl slreet Collingwood, lo morrow (I rtduy, July 16 I")1) at 2 o t lock precisely
H II HAM GFOIiOh, RA> FV Undertaker, 227
Smith street, 1 it7ro\ 12(1 (¿vuen s parade Ohf ton Hill, and Ituthdow li street (south end), Cirlton Telephone 10 7_ THE Friends of the late JOHN GREENWOOD are invited to follow his remains to the Melbourne
The funeral will leave Spencer street station at 4
o'clock THIS DAY.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker
THE Friends of the late Mr. JOHN DONNELLY (of the Victorian Railways) are icsneelfully lu MU I lo follow lils remains to tho place of Interment,
>U lbourne General Ccinctorv
flu funciil will leavo his late residence, in AI urie; street West Melbourne, lilli) DAi (Til ir-dav, 14th lust ), ntl o clock
I01IN I)AI1\, Undertaker, latrobe and Spring
stieets Melliourlie Telephone 827_
THE Friends of the late Mr. JAMES GEEHAN are respecfully invited lo follow lils remains to the pi cor interment Mi lbourne General Cemetery
The funeral will lea\t lils tafe residence, 15(1 Al eel (ti strut West Mclloiimc, THIS DA\ (Tlinr*lav 14th mst ) at 2 o clock
JOHN DAI IV Undertaker Latrobe and Spring
htreels, Melbourne Telephone 827