[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.]
FRASER.—On the 4th inst., at the Manse, Terang,
the wife of the Rev. S. Fraser, M.A.—a daughter.
MUIR.—On the 13th ult., at Verona, Nathalia, the
wife of R. Muir—a daughter.
METCALF—ATKINSON.—On the 3rd ult., at Elstern-
wick, by the Rev. J Hay, George, eldest son of John Metcalf, Esq., Colac, to Amy, eldest daughter of Marion and the late Thomas Scott Atkinson, of Bright. No cards.
KILPATRICK.—On the 6th inst., at his residence,
Greville-street, Prahran, Thomas Kilpatrick, J. P., the beloved husband of Ann Kilpatrick, aged 57 years, native of Moy, Co. Tyrone, Ireland. Home papers please copy.
LANGLEY.—On the 6th inst., at Wimbledon, Stanley-
avenue Auburn, Gladys Hilda, the dearly beloved and only child of E. M. and J. C. Langley, aged 1 year and 10 months. "Of such is the Kingdom
MEREDITH.—On the 30th December, at his residence,
near Mount Rowan, Henry, the beloved husband of Jane Meredith, and beloved father of Mrs. Richard Graham, of Gritjurk R. Station ; Mrs. T. Polwarth, Mrs. I, Smerdon, C. J. Meredith, J. Meredith, and H. Meredith. A colonist of 51 years. Highly respected by all who knew him. R.I.P.
PARK.—On the 17th December, 1893, at Southport,
England, Margaret Park, beloved sister of Mrs. A. G. Baker, Rabymere, East Prahran, and of F. W. Richmond, Hawksburn.
TULLOCH.—On the 5th inst., at post-office, Talbot,
Linda Victoria, beloved infant daughter of A. T. and M. A. Tulloch, aged 4 months 23 days, after 39
HODGSON.—In fond remembrance of my beloved hus-
band Studholme George Hodgson, who departed this life on the 7th February, 1893 eldest son of Robert Studholme Hodgson, of Andover, Hampshire, England, and grandson of General John Hodgson, of the King's Own Fourth, and nephew of General Studholme Hodgson, of the 19th Regiment, also brother-in-law of the Baronet, Sir Francis Wood, the brother of Sir Evelyn Wood.
" The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away ; blessed be the name of the Lord."
Leaves have their time to fall,
And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath, And stars to set—but all,
Thou hast all seasons for thine own, O Death ! We know when moons shall wane,
When summer birds from far shall cross the sea,
When autumn's hue shall tinge the golden grain—
But who shall teach us when to look for thee ?
(Inserted by his affectionate wife, Caroline Hodgson. Home papers please copy.)
GLANDFIELD.—The Friends of the late Mrs.
EMILY ADA GLANDFIELD (relict of the late Mr. F. G. Glanfield) are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, Melbourne
The funeral will leave her late residence, Crediton- house, Merri-street, Northcote, THIS DAY (Wednes- day, 7th inst.), at 2 o'clock.
JOHN DALY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
KILPATRICK.—The Friends of the late THOMAS KILPATRICK, J.P., are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the S.tKilda Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, Greville- street, Prahran, To-morrow (Thursday, 8th inst.), at
A. J. RAYMOND, Undertaker, Chapel-street,
Prahran ; High-street, Armadale ; Station- street (next Post-office), Malvern, and at South Yarra. Telephone 17, Windsor Exchange.
THE Family of the late Mr HENRY JOHN
FARMER tender their sincere thanks for visits, letters, cards, and telegrams of condolence during their recent sad bereavement. Clifton-street, Rich-