¡In order to pnard âgfclnst Imposition, notices ol
Blrths, Marriages, and Deaths muss be authenti- cated ¿y »mo respectable person In Melbourne to
ensure their i nee til on.]
ARCHER.—On the 24th inst., at Armadale, tho wlfo
oí A Lee Archer, of Bairnsdale—a son
HOGG.—On tho 20th inst at Devonshire-house,
Wangaratta, the vite of C. W. D. Hogg, of a son.
JACK.—On the 18th inst., at Hampden-road, Arma-
dale, the wife of A. Winton Jack—a son.
MATTHEWS.—On the 24th inst., at Heidelberg, the wife
of G. F. Matthews of a son.
M'CRAE.-On the l8th inst., at Anchorfield, Lower
Hawthorn, the wife of George Gordon M'Crae of a
PHILLIPS.—On the 25th inst., at Clonmore, Swan-
street, East Richmond, the wife of Edward Phil- lips of a son.
TOWERS.—On the 23rd ult., at Lilly-villa. Amese-
street, North Carlton, tho wita of Frederick. Towers of a daughter. Both doing well. Beech- worth (Victoria) and Scotland home papers please copy.
BICKNELL.—On the 24th inst., George Andrew, the
dearly loved husband of Harriet Bicknell, youngest son of the late James and grandson of the Rev. Henry Bicknell. West Maitland papers please
BOOBIER.—On the 26th inst., at the residence of his
son, 62 Bennett-street, North Fitzroy, William James Boobier, J. P. of Sandhurst, eldest and only surviving son of the late W. J. Boobier, hop mer- chant, Borough, London, aged 62 years.
BREAR.—On the 25th inst., Leslie James the dearly
beloved huibin i of Louisa Brear, and Bec on d cid tut son of Henry Thomas and Julia Brear, of Elizabeth- street, Melbourne, aged 27 years.
BROWNE.—On the 25th inst., at his residence, Alma-
road, East St. Kilda, after five weeks' illness, Wil- liam, the dearly beloved husband of Ellen Browne, aged 63 years. A resident of over 37 years. A truly affectionate and devoted husband, father, and friend. "Blessed are the dead who die in the
CLOWES.—On the 24th inst., at Melbourne General
Cemetery, Marian, the beloved wife of Joseph
DUERDIN.—On the 22nd inst., at San Rafael, South
California Thomas Duerdin, third son of tho Iutu John Duerdin aged 42 (By cable.)
HOWSON.—On tho 26th inst., at Woodhead-street,
North Fitzroy, Agnes, the büloved ultu of Frank Howson, and daughter of Mr. Chas. Slee, New- stead, aged 29 years.
HUETSON.—On the 23rd inst., at Riverdale-road,
Camberwell Mary Ann Huetson, mother of Mrs. D. A. Osborn late of Lilydale, aged 87.
JAMES.—On the 24th inst., at Illawarra-house, Illa-
warra-road, Hawthorn, Louisa, widow of the late John James, of Hobart, Tasmania, aged 71 years.
KENNY.—On the 26th inst., at her residence No. 178
Nott-street, Port Melbourne, Anne, the dearly beloved wife of Mr. Daniel Kenny, aged 61 years.
LESLIE.—On the 25th inst., at Nicholson-street ,
Coburg, Isabel, eldest child of Murdo and Henrietta Leslie, aged eight years, nine months.
LLOYD.—On the ¿Mil Inst. nt 1 rou I lw) 1 Broadford
Leonard Llo}tl sen , former!* of Welshpool ^ortti Wales, father of C L. aud L 1 Llu)d, Broadford Tanuery, aged 78.
PEARCEY.—On the 26th inst., at 34 Wellington-parade,
Jane, relict of the late Arthur E. Pearcey, formerly of the Bank of Victoria, and beloved mother of Walter E. Pearcey and Mordey Pearcey and be- loved sister of C. R and T. M. Blackett and Mrs. J Daly-Emerson.
RYAN.—On the 25th inst., accidentally killed at Hey-
field railway station, Charles Malachi Ryan, railway guard, son of the late Patrick Ryan, of Peel-street, Windsor, aged 34 years. R.I.P.
WALKER .—On the 23rd inst at Eastbourne, Sussex,
England, William Froggatt Walker, late Commissioner of Customs, Victoria,aged 48 years
CLAPHAM.—Tn loving memor) of our dear Sissy, who
ulcd -7th Jauuary, 1 bi, aged 7 }tars and 10 mouths.
"Oh Bweet to feel Gods guiding,
\\ hen e* ci v, it tear« aro dim. To take the hand outfield me,
Aud just to follow him ' —E. T. and E. M. Clapham.
NEWING.—In loving awl affectionate m em or j of un
dear father who Ml onlcip lu Jeans Januar} 2U 1833. «hot lost hut j one before -KAM
NEWING.—In memory of our lelo* ed and 1 ind father,
Thomas Robert Newing who, dupirtid thl« Ufo at Caulfield, J anuir) 2Ü laid. (InaerU-J b) A &. ¡* ami W Li M
NEWING.—In aad mil affectionate- memory of our
much lo* ed father, Thomas Robert Newing, and also a dear uncle who departed thW lito at Caul field Janino 20, l^SS (Inserted b\ to J .S , A B ti, and A L. ^o\il!o
PEPPERCORN.—In sad and loving memory of my
father John P. Peppercorn, died 27th January, 1889. (Inserted by J. S. Peppercorn).
Iib. tri nds of tho lato Mr LESLIE JAMES
BREAR aro rrftpcctlul!} invited to folio** hU remains to the j laot. of iuti-riiiuiu, in the Melbourne
Nie-funeral will lnav» hb futhcrs reMdr te J^o 576 Elizabeth-street north, THIS DAY (Monday, 27th Inst) at half pa»t J o clock
ALFRED ALLISON, Undertaker Victoria street
west, Melbourne; Mount Alexander road, Moonee Ponds; and Racecourse road, New- market. Telephone 980. THE Friends of the late Mr. RICHARD POWELL , are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of internment, Melbourne cemetery.
Toa Ímiorat will (UMo liU Utc rt«dleuce Little Cardigan-street, off Queensberry street, Carlton, allis MAI (Monda* -»uti Inct X at o clock
JOHN DALEY, undutil r liitrolio nnd Sprlinr _»trent* Mclhoun_JTeU ] 1 ( no 827 The Friends of DANIEL KENNY are respect- fully invited to follow the remains of his beloved wife to the place of Interment ,Melbourne Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence 178 Nott-street Port Melbourne, on Tuesday, 28th inst., at half past
JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring street, Melbourne. Telephone 827. THE Friends of the late Mr. CHARLES MERRIOTT
. (lato of Hichmou 1) aro rLip ctfull) Invited to follow hlti remains to the plato of Interment, Boroon- dara Cemetery, Kew.
Hie funeral will have tho residence of his brother- in-law, Mr. Thomas Brodigan, Royal Exchange Hotel, City road, Cecil-street, South Melbourne, on Tuesday, üüch Inet at half past 1 o clod
JOHN DA! M undertaker Introbo and Spring strtct8 Melbourno_£elop_hom fe-7 THE Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM JAMES
BOOBIER, of Sandhurst are respectfully in- formed that his funeral will move from the residence of his son, Mr. C. R. Boobier, No 62 Bennett-street, North Fitzroy. TO-MORRROW (Tuesday morning, January 28, 18900) at half past 10 o clock, to the Spencer-street railway station on route to the place of burial, in the Sandhurst General Cemetery.
WILLIAM GEORGE RAVEN, undertaker, 227
Smith-street, Fitzroy; Queen's-parade Clifton Hill; and Rathdown-street; (south end), Carlton. Telephone 1037 THF Friends of tho lato Mr. WILLIAM BROWNE,
37 years a resident of Alma-road, East St. Kilda, aro Informed that his remains **cre Intorrcft in tho St Kilda General Cometer* on Sunday, January 2U
APPS, undertaker, &t Kilda.