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Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1924), Tuesday 4 December 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 13:53 BIRTHS, MARRIAGE8, DEATHS
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1924), Tuesday 4 December 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 13:49 births, MARRIAGE8, DEATHS ^
? DEATHS. ~J
..(.njjUKY.— On December 3rd, 1923, ^ at
?» Iu loving memory our dear
mis oiid mother, wlio passed away on
'h December, 1B22.
-Inserted by her loving husband and
family, H. V Bate. Lara.
jpWICK.— In fond memory of our dear
KDWiCK . — 1 n memory of my dear mother,
who dieJ suddenly on 4th December,
just a line of sweet remembrance,
EDWICK.— In fond memory of my dear
jrandraa, who passed away on the 4t!.
?Xjod be with you till we meet again.'
—Inserted by her loring granddaughter,
HiLL— In loring memory of my dear
Insband, Herbert J. Haji, who died 4th
December. 1920; dearly loved father of
Ella, The Ira a, and Denby.
HAM-—. I' loving memory of our dear
fatbei, Herbert Joshua Hall, of Man
oerim, wbo died 4th December, 1920
-Inserted by his loving children, Drys
da!e and (jeelong.
PIKE— MATTHEWS.— In loving memory of
our cear daughter and sister, Minnie
who died December 1909; also
Alick, brother of above, who died 2Sth
-Inserted by their dear mother, a-id
fietert, G. C. aud A. S.
' FUNERAL - NOTICE. - -
ilODUUK V. — Tho Funeral of the iat'j
1TRY wiil move from his late residence,
41 little Myers-street, Geelong, This Day
for the' Eastern Cemetery. Friends arc
fspectfuliv invited.
W. B. KING k WELLINGTON, 'Phone*
1689 and /.ill
(Rcquiescat in Pace.)
'Ever Remembered.'
Mr. FREDERICK ROBERT POD
BIRTHS, MARRIAGE8, DEATHS
DEATHS.
PODBURY. –On December 3rd, 1923, at
BATE. –In loving memory our dear
wige and mother, who passed away on
4th December, 1922.
–Inserted by her loving husband and
family, H. V Bate, Lara.
EDWICK. —In fond memory of our dear
EDWiCK . —In memory of my dear mother,
who died suddenly on 4th December,
Just a line of sweet remembrance,
EDWICK. —In fond memory of my dear
grandma, who passed away on the 4th
"God be with you till we meet again.
—Inserted by her loving granddaughter,
HALL. —In loving memory of my dear
husband, Herbert J. Hall, who died 4th
December, 1920; dearly loved father of
Ella, Thelma, and Denby.
HALL. –In loving memory of our dear
fatber, Herbert Joshua Hall, of Man-
nerim, who died 4th December, 1920.
–Inserted by his loving children, Drys-
dale and Geelong.
PIKE—MATTHEWS. —In loving memory of
our dear daughter and sister, Minnie,
who died December 2nd 1909; also
Alick, brother of above, who died 25th[?]
–Inserted by their dear mother, and
sisters, G. C. and A. S.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
PODBURY. —The Funeral of the late
BURY will move from his late residence,
47 Little Myers-street, Geelong, This Day
for the Eastern Cemetery. Friends are
respectfully invited.
W. B. KING & WELLINGTON, 'Phone*
1689 and 2273.
(Requiescat in Pace.)
"Ever Remembered."
Mr. FREDERICK ROBERT POD-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1924), Saturday 17 November 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 13:15 'births, marriages, deaths
— ' DEATHS. ~
,-iiSRKLL-On the 16(h Kovomber, 1323,
. flooloiig Theresa, the beloved wife
f the law William Currell, of lfi Belle.
'n Aged 68 ycare. r
n-.imMSON.— On November 16, at. the resi
Brumcoudra Avenue, ticelong, Margaret,
Jf-jo,v of tlit late James Thomson, sal
iactoir. Bccac, and,, beloved mother of
Jnnie (Mrs. Coulstou, deceased), Mavga-.
Th^L. Bartlett), and Polly (Mrs. Bat
^ (Jci-eascii). Aged 87 years.
' Snoot rest a(. last. ? . '
CUAiU'WN.— I' loving memory of my
Tocctlici1 wo ?hall dwell
UlCKSO.V.-in sari and loving memory of
nUBHELL.— The Friends of the late
I, MKS THERESA CURRELL are re
MR ALBI-RT (J. TOMK1NS and Fam
IN MEMORIA11.
' FUNERAL NOTICE.
~~ FUN' KRAI. NOTICE.
THOMSON.— The Fiienils of the late
1 MltS. MARGARET THOMSON art
ifBS. GUHXEY and FAMILY desire to
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
DEATHS.
CURRELL. –On the 16th Movember, 1923,
at Geelong, Theresa, the beloved wife
-f the law William Currell, of 16 Belleerine street, Geelong.
Aged 68 years.
THOMSON. —On November 16, at the resi-
Drumcondra Avenue, Geelong, Margaret,
widow of the late James Thomson, salt
factory, Beeac, and beloved mother of
Annie (Mrs. Coulston, deceased), Mavga-.
ret (Mrs. Bartlett), and Polly (Mrs. Bat-
son, deceased). Aged 87 years.
Sweet rest at last.
CHAMPION. –In loving memory of my
Together we shall dwell.
DICKSON. –In sari and loving memory of
CURRELL. —The Friends of the late
MRS. THERESA CURRELL are re
MR. ALBERT G. TOMKINS and Fam-
IN MEMORIAM.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
THOMSON. —The Fiienils of the late
MRS. MARGARET THOMSON are
MRS. GURNEY and FAMILY desire to
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 3 November 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 13:08 HALL.—On the 2nd October, 1923, at her resi-
dfnee, 15 Nelson etreet, Abbotsford, Catherine,
Arthur, LU, Kim, Kitty, Gertie, George, am!
Fred, aged C9 vcars (formerly of Bendigo).
HARVIE.—On the 29th October, 1923, at his resi-
the dnrkness 1 shall not forget."
-(Their loving daughter Lilla.)
EWINS.—In ever loving memory of our nearly
CHAMBERS.—l.O.R. Canterbury Chimes Tent.—
J Members of the above tent and order in
general .ire invited to follow his remains to the
Cemetery, Fawkner,
HALL. —On the 2nd October, 1923, at her resi-
dence, 15 Nelson street, Abbotsford, Catherine,
Arthur, Lil, Kim, Kitty, Gertie, George, and
Fred, aged 69 years (formerly of Bendigo).
HARVIE .—On the 29th October, 1923, at his resi-
the darkness I shall not forget."
–(Their loving daughter Lilla.)
EWINS. —In ever loving memory of our nearly
CHAMBERS.—I.O.R. Canterbury Chimes Tent.—
Members of the above tent and order in
general are invited to follow his remains to the
Cemetery, Fawkner.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 13 October 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 12:56 EDGAR-BELL. - On the 1st September, 1923, at
EDGAR–BELL. –On the 1st September, 1923, at
Family Notices (Family Notices), Bendigonian (Bendigo, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Thursday 18 January 1917 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 11:44 CONN.--- On the 13th January, 1917, at his
A. Schruhm, E., J. P., J.,and. E, W. Conn.
KNUCKEY.--- On the 11th January, 1917, at
DOLAN.---- In -loving memory of William, the
--- Inserted by his parents and sisters.
FORD.---- In loving memory of our dear bro-
--- Inserted by E. and M. Ford.
HARDING.--- In loving memory of Anne,
HEIL.--- In loving memory of my dear hus
--- Inserted by his loving wife, S. A. Heil,
SMITH.--- In loving memory of our dear
--- Inserted by her father, mother, sister and
SMITH.--- In loving memory of my loved mate
--- Inserted by her loving mate, Ollie Williams.
VARKER--- In sad and loving memory of
--- Inserted by his loving parents, auntie and
WAUGH.--- In loving memory of our loved
--- Inserted by his loving wife and family.
WILSON.--- In loving memory of our dear
--- Inserted by father, mother, brothers and
LADD.--- On the 29th Novmnber, "somewhere
Belovred by all.
Ladd, dearly-loced son of E [. ILadd, 67*
Wattle-street, B3endigo, and lovedl brother of
'T. L., G. L., A. C., E. J., E. aM., F. B.,
C. L., and-E, L.
LAD.Klled in action in France on. the
A)D.--illed"Our :Anzac.'.'
29th Novemberr-1916, Sapper Albert Edward
rather of Rita and Florence.
--- Inserted by his loving wife and family.
CONN. –On the 13th January, 1917, at his
A. Schruhm, E., J. P., J., and. E. W. Conn.
KNUCKEY. –On the 11th January, 1917, at
DOLAN. –In loving memory of William, the
–Inserted by his parents and sisters.
FORD. –In loving memory of our dear bro-
–Inserted by E. and M. Ford.
HARDING. –In loving memory of Anne,
HEIL. –In loving memory of my dear hus
–Inserted by his loving wife, S. A. Heil,
SMITH. –In loving memory of our dear
–Inserted by her father, mother, sister and
SMITH. –In loving memory of my loved mate
–Inserted by her loving mate, Ollie Williams.
VARKER. –In sad and loving memory of
–Inserted by his loving parents, auntie and
WAUGH. –In loving memory of our loved
–Inserted by his loving wife and family.
WILSON. –In loving memory of our dear
–Inserted by father, mother, brothers and
LADD. –On the 29th Novmnber, "somewhere
Beloved by all.
Ladd, dearly-loced son of E [. ILadd, 67
Wattle-street, Bendigo, and loved brother of
T. L., G. L., A. C., E. J., E. M., F. B.,
C. L., and E. L.
LADD. –Killed in action in France on the
"Our Anzac."
29th November 1916, Sapper Albert Edward
father of Rita and Florence.
–Inserted by his loving wife and family.
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER (PUBLISHED DAILY.) PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS AND OUR RESOURCES. BENDIGO, TUESDAY, NOV. 27, 1900. KRUGER'S FRENCH RECEPTION. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 27 November 1900 page Article 2015-01-31 11:17 St'AV.KS ViSOi". T RAM OTOi'r. .0 1 . "•
llcimors, who resides corner o!
l'ard and View streets, IsmI at the Ad
s'xakks.—On Sunday evening two large
: black snake? were observed on the banks oi
the lake in the vicinity of the (-as■
An 1nti;i:i;sti>'(; Dkkati-:. A tournament
Tiie ; (Recent Burning . • Accident.—Tlic
little.girl, Iluby. Varker, who was so terribly
burnt on Sunday last, is still in, a precarious
AValshe, who lnis .considerable misgivings as
to the ultiniate^rMiiU-jpf her injuries.
Larceny.—JolnT"""" Gowan ivas arraigned
'before the city beneli yesterday,- charged with
stealing harness from Mr. Hugh Ri'JJevitt,
valued at ,£'2. Mr. Roberts appeared for
Accused,- -and admitted tho offencp. Peter
Crjeeson, employed by Mr. M'Devitt, identi
fied the harness. It. Fryberg, pawnbroker,
stated "ho had advanced 12/0 on portion of
tile articles. Mr. Boberts pleaded that the
accused be not sent to gaol. There war. no
lis- had clone so merely to obtain drink, as he
wji.s oil a heavy bout. Mr. Dwyer, P.M. (to
the accused): "Ilow.old are you!-" The ae
cuscd: "Twenty-one." Mr. JJwycr: "it
criminals." A sentence of three months' im
someone entering into a recognisance of ,£20
Uexuigo Waiidkx's Count.—Mr.' Warden
SPARKS FROM TRAM MOTORS. –Mr W.
Reimers, who resides at the corner of Bar-
nard and View streets, IsmI at the Ad
SNAKES. —On Sunday evening two large
black snakes were observed on the banks of
the lake in the vicinity of the Gas Works.
AN INTERESTING DEBATE. –A tournament
The Recent Burning Accident. —The
little girl, Ruby Varker, who was so terribly
burnt on Sunday last, is still in a precarious
Walshe, who has considerable misgivings as
to the ultimate result of her injuries.
Larceny. –John Gowan was arraigned
before the city bench yesterday, charged with
stealing harness from Mr. Hugh McDevitt,
valued at £2. Mr. Roberts appeared for
accused, and admitted the offence. Peter
Gleeson, employed by Mr. McDevitt, identi-
fied the harness. H. Fryberg, pawnbroker,
stated he had advanced 12/6 on portion of
the articles. Mr. Roberts pleaded that the
accused be not sent to gaol. There was no
he had done so merely to obtain drink, as he
was on a heavy bout. Mr. Dwyer, P.M. (to
the accused): "How old are you?" The ac-
cused: "Twenty-one." Mr. Dwyer: "It
criminals." A sentence of three months' im-
someone entering into a recognisance of £20
BENDIGO WARDEN'S COURT. —Mr. Warden
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 22 September 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 11:06 BOREHAM (nee Elsie Williams).-On the 9th
don," Morris street, Sunshine-a son.
BUCHHOLZ (nee Flo Cameron).-On the 24th
and Mrs. L. H. Buchholz, "Mernda," Lismore-
BOREHAM (nee Elsie Williams). –On the 9th
don," Morris street, Sunshine –a son.
BUCHHOLZ (nee Flo Cameron). –On the 24th
and Mrs. L. H. Buchholz, "Mernda," Lismore–
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 22 September 1923 page Family Notices 2015-01-31 11:05 ALLEN (nee Gladys Peel).- On the 5th Septem-ber, at Hopetoun private hospital, Elstern-wick, to Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Allen, of 10 Ontario
Street, Caulfield-a daughter (Gweneth
ARGO.-On August 2, at "Finchlea" private hos-
pital, Malvern, the wife of W. R. F. Argo-a son
BATTEN.-On the 12th September, 1923. at "Koon-
street, Ballarat-a daughter.
BEATTIE.-On the 15th September, at "Mia
Mia" private hospital, Northcote, to Mr.and
Mrs. J. Beattie-a daughter.
BOOTH.-On the 25th August, at Dalmalington,
Booth-a daughter.
BURGESS (nee Janet E. Bullock).- On the 17th
Cootamundra, Martin street, Heidelberg - a
BURLEY (nee Daisy Anderson).- On the 10th Sep-
and Mrs. C. H. G.Burley-a son (John Charles).
CAMERON.-On the 13th September, at Kooringal,
of Wattle Range, Kalangadoo, South Australia-
COOK.-On the 10th September, at Nurse Paice's
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. C. Cook, of Korumburra-a
FERGUSON.-On the 21st August, at Sister Don-
-a son.
FRYER (nee Mrytle Buchanan).-On the 12th Sep-
and Mrs. J. Robbins (Bob) Fryer-a son.
GLEN.-On the 13th September, at St. Burford's
Glen-a son.
GRAHAM-MEASOR (nee Ewart).-On the 12th
and Mrs. B. Graham-Measor-a daughter (Joan
HADDOW.-On the 18th September, at "Beth-
eads," to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Haddow-a daugh-
HANNIGAN.-On the 1st September, at Charlton
of Buckrabanyule-a son (Jeffrey William).
HARDING.-On the 21st September, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Harding, of Glenhuntly-a son
HARRISON.-On the 21st August, at Guildford
wood-a daughter (Beth McLean).
HAYES.-On the 27th August, to Mr.and Mrs.
Harold S. Hayes, To?lleen-a son (Ian Harold).
HELLINGS (nee Fergusson).-On the 14th Septem-
to the wife of L. A. Hellings-a son.
KAVANAGH (nen Stella Glen).-On the 5th Sep-
tember, at' Sister William's private hospital,
The Glen, Ions-a daughter (Eileen).
KING (nee Sara Sheppard).-On the 16th Septem-
street, Bentleigh-a daughter (Jean Lurline).
LANE.-On the 22nd August, at "Koonwarra"
Hawthorn-a son.
LAX (nee Mae Greenwood).-On the 14th Sep-
street, Kew a daughter (Audrey).
LEWIS (nee Laura McKinnon).-On the 10th Sep-
wick, to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Lewis-a daughter
LIND-On the 16th September, at Koonwarra
Frank Lind, ''Gendowning," Seddor-a daugh-
MATHEW (nee Glynn).-On the 19th September,
gala-a son.
McALISTER (nee Irene Ferguson).-On the 6th
dale, to Mr. and Mrs. E.B. McAlister-a son
McALEER.-On the 9th August, at Nurse Black's
McAleer-a son (Brian James).
McARDLE.-On the 1?th September, to Mr. and
Coburg-a son. (Brian John). Lived 24 hours.
MCKINLAY.-On the 15th September, at St.
15 Shirley grove, East St. Kilda-a daughter
McLEAN (nee Myrtle Burge).-On the 8th Sep-
Smythesdale, to Mr. and Mrs. H. McLean-a
MILLER (nee Nina Urch).-On the 16th Septem-
Miller, of 263 George street, Fitzroy-a son
MYERS (nee May Dugdale).-On the 12th Septem-
ton,'' Myrniong-a son.
PETTIGREW.-On the 5th September, at "Guild-
Pettigrew, 10 Stanley grove, Canterbury-a
PLUNKET (nee Ruby Burgess) -On the 18th
ton, to Mr. and Mrs A. Plunket. jun.-a son.
ROWE (nee Fanny Phelan).-On the 30th August,
borough, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rowe-a daugh-
RUNTING (nee Rita Schafer).-On the 15th Sep-
Runting, Torrumbarry-a son (Wesley John
RUST (nee Ethel James).-On the 19th July, at
Mrs. W. R. Rust-a daughter (Ena Elizabeth,
SALMON.-On the 18th September, at "Avon-
A. M. Salmon-a son.
SCANLON.-On the 28th August, at Nurse
parade, Mentone-a daughter (Teresa Carmel).
SLONIN.-On the 18th September, at Bethesda
of Mason street, Hawthorn-a son. (Both well.)
STANDING (nee Gladys Metcalf).-On the 10th
wife of Murray M. Stewart-a daughter (Marjorie
STRATMANN (nee Constance Walker).-On the
Mrs. Carl Stratmann, jnr-a son (Carl).
STRINGER (nee May Trotter).-On the 7th Sep-
- a daughter (Thelma Mae).
TEMBY. -On the 25th August, at Dunnstaffnage,
Broomfield avenue, Alphington-a daughter.
TERRILL.-On the 13th September, at "Warra-
wee" private hospital, Auburn, to Mr. and .Mrs.
TRAINOR (nee Lily I.emin).-On the 12th Sep-
Middle Park-a son (Both well. )
TYZACK (May Matheson).-On the 24th August,
Essendon-a son (Ronald Baker).
VICKERMAN.—On the 17th September, at Rongoa
Edward H. Vickerman, Findon, Neerim—a
WEBSTER.—On the 6th September, at 20 Hannan
Webster—a daughter (Lois Dorothy).
WHEELER (nee Nell Waite).-On the 6th Sep-
Ballark, Heyington place, Toorak-a son (Max
WILLIAMS.-On the 15th September, at "Wee-
roona," to Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Williams-a
WILSON- On the 4th September, at Dalkeith
Hall, South Melbourne- a daughter.
WOOLNOUGH (nee Daisy Lunn).-On the 14th
of 182 Lygon street, Carlton-a son (prema-
YOUNG (nee Kitty Murphy).-On the 18th Sep-
dale-a daughter.
CARSS—COUTTS .—On the 11th September, at St.
DAVIES—HOWLETT.—On the 11th August,
FINDLAY—HUGHES.—On the 1st September, at
HALL —BUCKINGHAM. —On the 22nd August, by
LANE —WATTS. —On the 25th July, at Holy
LARDNER--McDONNELL.- [Silver Wedding.]-
LINTON--BRAY. -On the 22nd August, at St.
MARSH-MANN-[G0lden Weddingl.-On the
MAYHEW-BORROWMAN.-On the 25th July,
home Saturday, 29tb September.
MEREWEATHER- McDERMOTT.-On the 22nd
MIDDLETON-DYER.-On the 25th July, at All
NELSON-BOLTON.-On the 18th August, at
READING-WRIGHT.-On the 31st July, of Scots
ROBINSON- FOTHERINGHAM.-On the 16th
SIMPSON-ROBERTSON' (nee McAllan).-On the
STRACHAN-WARD.-[Silver Wedding.]-On the
WILLIAMS-NICHOLLS-[Silver Wedding.]-On
WISE-DAWKINS.-On the 11th August, at St.
WITHEROW-MILLER- On the 22nd August, at
WITHEROW-MILLER.-On the 22nd August, at
YOUNGBERRY-ACTON.-On the 24th July,
AMBRY.-On the 17th September, at her resi-
- (Interred on the 19th September at Fawkner
AMSDEN.-On the 10th September, at private
BIRD.-On the 21st September, at private hospi-
BROWN.-On the 15th September (result of motor
CHANDLER.-On the 21st September, at her resi-
CHANDLER.-On the 21st September, at her resi-
COLE.-On the 18th September, suddenly, Dolph
COOKSON.-On the 5th July, at 12 First avenue,
Bezuidenhoat Valley, North Johannesburg,
CORNALL.-Joseph Gibson, the second son of
DONDEL.-On the 14th September, Harry Talbot,
DUNSTONE.-On the 17th September, at the resi-
DUNSTONE.-On the 17th September, at the resi-
But something seems gone from the sunshine, Something gone from the song of the birds. -(mum, 22 Park street, Moonee Ponds.)
ALLEN (nee Gladys Peel). –On the 5th September, at Hopetoun private hospital, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen, of 10 Ontario
street, Caulfield –a daughter (Gweneth
ARGO. –On August 2, at "Finchlea" private hos-
pital, Malvern, the wife of W. R. F. Argo –a son
BATTEN. –On the 12th September, 1923, at "Koon-
street, Ballarat –a daughter.
BEATTIE. –On the 15th September, at "Mia
Mia" private hospital, Northcote, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. Beattie –a daughter.
BOOTH. –On the 25th August, at Dalmalington,
Booth –a daughter.
BURGESS (nee Janet E. Bullock). –On the 17th
Cootamundra, Martin street, Heidelberg – a
BURLEY (nee Daisy Anderson). –On the 10th Sep-
and Mrs. C. H. G.Burley –a son (John Charles).
CAMERON. –On the 13th September, at Kooringal,
of Wattle Range, Kalangadoo, South Australia–
COOK. –On the 10th September, at Nurse Paice's
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. C. Cook, of Korumburra –a
FERGUSON. –On the 21st August, at Sister Don-
–a son.
FRYER (nee Mrytle Buchanan). –On the 12th Sep-
and Mrs. J. Robbins (Bob) Fryer –a son.
GLEN. –On the 13th September, at St. Burford's
Glen –a son.
GRAHAM-MEASOR (nee Ewart). –On the 12th
and Mrs. B. Graham-Measor –a daughter (Joan
HADDOW. –On the 18th September, at "Beth-
eads," to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Haddow –a daugh-
HANNIGAN. –On the 1st September, at Charlton
of Buckrabanyule –a son (Jeffrey William).
HARDING. –On the 21st September, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Harding, of Glenhuntly –a son
HARRISON. –On the 21st August, at Guildford
wood –a daughter (Beth McLean).
HAYES. –On the 27th August, to Mr. and Mrs.
Harold S. Hayes, Toolleen –a son (Ian Harold).
HELLINGS (nee Fergusson). –On the 14th Septem-
to the wife of L. A. Hellings –a son.
KAVANAGH (nen Stella Glen). –On the 5th Sep-
tember, at Sister William's private hospital,
The Glen, Iona –a daughter (Eileen).
KING (nee Sara Sheppard). –On the 16th Septem-
street, Bentleigh –a daughter (Jean Lurline).
LANE. –On the 22nd August, at "Koonwarra"
Hawthorn –a son.
LAX (nee Mae Greenwood). –On the 14th Sep-
street, Kew –a daughter (Audrey).
LEWIS (nee Laura McKinnon). –On the 10th Sep-
wick, to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Lewis –a daughter
LIND. –On the 16th September, at Koonwarra
Frank Lind, ''Gendowning," Seddor –a daugh-
MATHEW (nee Glynn). –On the 19th September,
gala –a son.
McALISTER (nee Irene Ferguson). –On the 6th
dale, to Mr. and Mrs. E.B. McAlister –a son
McALEER. –On the 9th August, at Nurse Black's
McAleer –a son (Brian James).
McARDLE. –On the 1?th September, to Mr. and
Coburg –a son. (Brian John). Lived 24 hours.
MCKINLAY. –On the 15th September, at St.
15 Shirley grove, East St. Kilda –a daughter
McLEAN (nee Myrtle Burge). –On the 8th Sep-
Smythesdale, to Mr. and Mrs. H. McLean–a
MILLER (nee Nina Urch). –On the 16th Septem-
Miller, of 263 George street, Fitzroy –a son
MYERS (nee May Dugdale).–On the 12th Septem-
ton,'' Myrniong –a son.
PETTIGREW. –On the 5th September, at "Guild-
Pettigrew, 10 Stanley grove, Canterbury –a
PLUNKET (nee Ruby Burgess). –On the 18th
ton, to Mr. and Mrs A. Plunket. jun. –a son.
ROWE (nee Fanny Phelan). –On the 30th August,
borough, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rowe –a daugh-
RUNTING (nee Rita Schafer).–On the 15th Sep-
Runting, Torrumbarry –a son (Wesley John
RUST (nee Ethel James). –On the 19th July, at
Mrs. W. R. Rust –a daughter (Ena Elizabeth,
SALMON. –On the 18th September, at "Avon-
A. M. Salmon –a son.
SCANLON. –On the 28th August, at Nurse
parade, Mentone –a daughter (Teresa Carmel).
SLONIN. –On the 18th September, at Bethesda
of Mason street, Hawthorn –a son. (Both well.)
STANDING (nee Gladys Metcalf). –On the 10th
wife of Murray M. Stewart –a daughter (Marjorie
STRATMANN (nee Constance Walker). –On the
Mrs. Carl Stratmann, jnr. –a son (Carl).
STRINGER (nee May Trotter). –On the 7th Sep-
–a daughter (Thelma Mae).
TEMBY. –On the 25th August, at Dunnstaffnage,
Broomfield avenue, Alphington –a daughter.
TERRILL. –On the 13th September, at "Warra-
wee" private hospital, Auburn, to Mr. and Mrs.
TRAINOR (nee Lily Lemin). –On the 12th Sep-
Middle Park –a son (Both well.)
TYZACK (May Matheson). –On the 24th August,
Essendon –a son (Ronald Baker).
VICKERMAN. —On the 17th September, at Rongoa
Edward H. Vickerman, Findon, Neerim —a
WEBSTER. —On the 6th September, at 20 Hannan
Webster —a daughter (Lois Dorothy).
WHEELER (nee Nell Waite). –On the 6th Sep-
Ballark, Heyington place, Toorak –a son (Max
WILLIAMS. –On the 15th September, at "Wee-
roona," to Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Williams –a
WILSON. –On the 4th September, at Dalkeith
Hall, South Melbourne –a daughter.
WOOLNOUGH (nee Daisy Lunn). –On the 14th
of 182 Lygon street, Carlton –a son (prema-
YOUNG (nee Kitty Murphy). –On the 18th Sep-
dale –a daughter.
CARSS—COUTTS. –On the 11th September, at St.
DAVIES—HOWLETT. —On the 11th August,
FINDLAY—HUGHES. —On the 1st September, at
HALL—BUCKINGHAM. —On the 22nd August, by
LANE—WATTS. —On the 25th July, at Holy
LARDNER–McDONNELL. –[Silver Wedding.] –
LINTON–BRAY. –On the 22nd August, at St.
MARSH–MANN. –[Golden Wedding]. –On the
MAYHEW–BORROWMAN. –On the 25th July,
home Saturday, 29th September.
MEREWEATHER–McDERMOTT. –On the 22nd
MIDDLETON–DYER. –On the 25th July, at All
NELSON–BOLTON. –On the 18th August, at
READING–WRIGHT. –On the 31st July, of Scots
ROBINSON–FOTHERINGHAM. –On the 16th
SIMPSON–ROBERTSON'(nee McAllan). –On the
STRACHAN–WARD. –[Silver Wedding.] –On the
WILLIAMS–NICHOLLS. –[Silver Wedding.]–On
WISE–DAWKINS. –On the 11th August, at St.
WITHEROW–MILLER. –On the 22nd August, at
WITHEROW–MILLER. –On the 22nd August, at
YOUNGBERRY–ACTON. –On the 24th July,
AMBRY. –On the 17th September, at her resi-
–(Interred on the 19th September at Fawkner
AMSDEN. –On the 10th September, at private
BIRD. –On the 21st September, at private hospi-
BROWN. –On the 15th September (result of motor
CHANDLER. –On the 21st September, at her resi-
CHANDLER. –On the 21st September, at her resi-
COLE. –On the 18th September, suddenly, Dolph
COOKSON. –On the 5th July, at 12 First avenue,
Bezuidenhout Valley, North Johannesburg,
CORNALL. –Joseph Gibson, the second son of
DONDEL. –On the 14th September, Harry Talbot,
DUNSTONE. –On the 17th September, at the resi-
DUNSTONE. –On the 17th September, at the resi-
But something seems gone from the sunshine, Something gone from the song of the birds. –(Mum, 22 Park street, Moonee Ponds.)
ACCIDENTS TO CHILDREN. FATAL SNAKE-BITE. BENDIGO, Sunday. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 26 November 1900 page Article 2015-01-31 10:45 Varker, who resides with her parents ,in
became ignited; and. she. was quickly en
veloped in flames. She ran round, the yard,
iihd hoi- criés attracted the atteritibtrof lief
iilhbr'anij. mother, who suecet-dcii in ex
tinguishing thein. The skin on.the right.arm
jnid tlie ,right..leg was liiingiiig in strip»;
while grave injuries Were siisUined to the
lower part of tlie ubdoiAcn. The child is hot
.lames Ryan, farmer, of Fos.tbrvllle, was
liitten by a snake oh l'riday, and succumbed
during the eveiiihg. ,,. ,
,.....,. . KCHUCA, Sunday; -
 child, named, Lily 'M'Ii'arön. daughter of
Mr. John M'Larbn, of the firm of -Messrs.
M'Lotiglilln nut) M.'Lareii, butchers, was the
victim of a burning accident lust, evening,
which, but foi* the prompt action of. Mifis
Hell, the daughter of a neighbour, would
have ended seriously. She was left ])lay
Ing, whilst her, mother went filiopplng after
lea... ,,She .found some matches, ami- lit a
catching lire. Jliss Bell jumped the.dividing
fence, nnd, taking oil her skirt, rolled it
round the child,: ivho thereby'only had her
arms and shoulders buriied.
Varker, who resides with her parents in
became ignited, and she was quickly en0
veloped in flames. She ran round the yard,
and her cries attracted the attention of her
father and mother, who succeeded in ex-
tinguishing them. The skin on the right arm
and the right leg was hanging in strips,
while grave injuries were sustained to the
lower part of the abdomen. The child is not
James Ryan, farmer, of Fosterville, was
bitten by a snake on Friday, and succumbed
during the evening.
ECHUCA, Sunday.
A child named, Lily McLaren, daughter of
Mr. John McLaren, of the firm of-Messrs.
McLoughlin and McLaren, butchers, was the
victim of a burning accident last evening,
which, but for the prompt action of Miss
Bell, the daughter of a neighbour, would
have ended seriously. She was left play0
ing, whilst her mother went shopping after
tea. She found some matches, and lit a
catching fire. Miss Bell jumped the dividing
fence, and, taking off her skirt, rolled it
round the child, who thereby only had her
arms and shoulders burned.

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