[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.]
KERMAN. —On the 15th August, at Staverton, Es
sendon, the wife of Leslie S. Kerman —a daughter.
ABBOT. —On the 12th August, 1899, at Bunda long, Adelaide Charlotte, relict of the late George Abbott, of Lancefield, aged 68 years. Deeply regretted. Home papers please copy.
COHEN. —On the 16th August, at his residence,
Ardara, Crimea-street, St. Kilda, Samuel Henry Cohen, official assignee, the beloved father of Misses Sophie and Sara Cohen, Mrs. S. Frankel, Mrs. J. Katzenstein, Mrs. A. Marks, the late Mrs. E. Blaubaum, and the late Mrs. D. Braham, aged
DICKEN. —On the 23rd July, at Naseby, New Zea
land, T. H. V. Dicken, son of Thomas Dicken, of Christchurch, New Zealand, aged 44.
HAYWARD. —On the 8th July, 1899, Charles Pears
Hayward, of the firm of Tomlinson and Hay ward, sheep dip manufacturers, Lincoln, Eng land.
JAMES. —On the 16th August, at Bell-street, Pres
ton, Jessie Carruthers, infant daughter of Jessie
and Holman James.
MARKS. — On the 14th August, Alfred George
Marks, dearly beloved son of Mrs. Elizabeth Marks (late of Creswick), aged 30 years. At rest.
PEARCE. —On the 11th August, at Perth, W.A.,
Thomas G. Pearce, late of Hampden-road, Arma- dale, aged 57 years. (By telegraph.)
ROBINSON. —On the 15th August, 1899, at Park
View, Essendon, M.A. (Minnie), wife of George
Robinson, aged 56.
TURNER. —On the 16th August, at Exchange
Hotel, Point Nepean road, North Brighton, Caroline, relict of the late John Turner, aged 68 years. At rest.
GLASS. —In sad and loving remembrance of our
dear father, Robert Glass, who died August 17, 1896. (Inserted by his daughters, A. and F.
REGAN. —In loving remembrance of our dear
mother, Jane Regan, who died on the 17th August, 1898, at Dryburgh-street, North Melbourne.
Gone, but not forgotten.
—(Inserted by her loving daughters, Emily and
TWADDELL. —In loving memory of my dear
mother, Mary Fleming Twaddell, who died (sud denly) 17th August, 1889, at Craig-park, Ascot-
WHITE. —In affectionate remembrance of George
Alfred White, who died at his residence, Hoxton, Brunning-street, St. Kilda, 17th August, 1898. (Inserted by his wife, mother, and brothers.)
BRETTARGH. —The Friends of the late Mr.
JOHN ROBERT BRETTARGH are respect
fully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, Old Cemetery, West Melbourne.
The funeral will leave his late residence, 94
Michael-street, North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Thurs day, 17th inst.), at 3 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
MARKS. —The Friends of Mrs. ELIZABETH MARKS are respectfully invited to follow the remains of her late beloved son, Alfred George, to the place of interment, the Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her residence, Glen Hope, Asling-street, North Brighton, THIS DAY (Thurs day, 17th August), at 4 o'clock p.m.
A. W. PADBURY, Undertaker, Burwood-road, Auburn, and Cotham-road, Kew.
SPEDDING. —The Friends of Mr. JAMES D. SPEDDING are respectfully invited to follow
the remains of his late mother to the place of in terment, in the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, 30 Portland- place, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Thursday, the
17th inst.), at 2.30 p.m.
A. A. SLEIGHT, Undertaker. Tel. 410.
THE Friends of the late Mr. SAMUEL HENRY
COHEN (official assignee) are respectfully in
vited to follow his remains to the place of inter ment, the St. Kilda Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, Ardara, Crimea-street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Thursday, August 17), at 3 o'clock punc
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, High- street, St. Kilda. Telephone 71. Windsor Ex-
THE Friends of Mr. ALFRED CHAPMAN CUF LEY (foreman, Melbourne Hospital) are re spectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved daughter, Edith Florence, to the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral to move from his residence, No. 169 Cubitt-street, Richmond, THIS DAY (Thurs day, the 17th inst.), at a quarter to 3 sharp.
HERBERT KING, Undertaker, Lennox-street,
Richmond. Tel. 912.