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[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 H. Muir—a daughter.


METCALF—ATKINSON.—On the 3rd ult., at Elstern-  

»iel-, by tho Itev J Ha}, George, eldest son oi John Metcalf, Esq, Colac, to Amy eldest daughter of Marlon and the taio Thomas bcott AU liison, of Bright. l<o oards


KILPATRICK -On the 6th last, 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 Illida, tho dearly beloved and oui} child of L, M and J O Langlcv, aged 1 jcorand 10months "Of such Is tho Kingdom

or llcav en '

MEREDITH.—On the 30th December, at his residence,    

n"ir Mount ltowan Henri, the beloved husband ol Jone Meredltl, and beloved father of Mrs Richard Oraham of Orltjurk K Station , Mrs T lolworth Mrs I Bmcnion, O J Meredith J Meredith, and II Mcrcditli A colonist of G1 v cars Illglilv respected bj all ivho knew htm R.I P

PARK.—On the 17th December, 1893, at Southport,    

england Margaret Park, beloved sister of Mrs A U Ilakcr, Rabyincrc I-ust Prahran, and of F W llichmond, JIawksburn

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

hours illness.


HODGSON.—In fond remembrance of my beloved hus-  

band Studholme George Hodgson, who departed Uii«hfooiitho7thTollman, 1893 eldcstsonofRobert Studholme Hodgson of Audovci, Hampshire, r upland and {.Hindson of General John Hodgson, of the King s Own fourth, and ncphoiv of General Stn lliolmo Hodgson, of tbo loth Regiment, also brother In law of the Baronet Sir 1 rands Wood, the brother or Blr tv civ n Wood

The I ord gave and tho tord hath taken away, blissed bo the name of tho Lord '

I cav ci hal c their time to fall

And Honors to iiithcr at (he north wind s breath, An I stars,lo set-but all

Tuon host nil seasons for thine ou u, O 2)oatli 1 lucknow when moons shall vvane,

M hen summer birds from far shall orass tho sea

^ inn autumn s hue shall tingo the golden grain

Hut who shall tcaoh us vvhen to look for UKO?

(Inserted by his affectionate wife, Caroline Hodgson. Home papers please copy.)  


GI VM II LI)-The Irlcnds of tho lato Mrs

I MU \ ADA GLANHfcLD (rollot of the late Mr. F.G. Glanfield) are respectfully invited to follow   her reunios to tho placo of interment, Mclbourno

Gineroi Cometen

Tin. funeral vvlll leave her lato residence, Crediton lio ne Morrl-stroct, Northcote, THIS DAY (Wodnos da) "111 (net) at 2 o clock

JU1IN DALI3Ï Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring _streets, Melbourne Telephone 827_

TT-ILl'ATUIOK -Tho trlends of tho lato THOMAS MI PATRIOK, JP, aro respectful!} Invited to (oUovv lils remains to the place of interment in the St hil la Cemetery

Tin. funeral will leave his lato residence, Greville street« Prahran, To morrow (Thursday, 8th inst ), at

2 o clock

A J IUY1IOUL1), Undertaker, Chapel sti cot,

1 rahran, High street, Armadale, Station street (next Post olllco), Malvern, and at South ïarro. Telephone 17, Windsor Pxchange

Till lamllv of the lato Mr HCNRY JOHii

I \HML1. fender their sincere tlmnkstoi visits, letters cards and tclcglams of condolenco dilling Heir recent sod bcrcav ement ditton street, Riui