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Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 12 May 1910 [Issue No.7,526] page 1 2017-05-24 02:58 RALNSWELLA.-In loving memory of my dear
As long as life and memory laes,
—Inserted by her loving husband. G. H. Balins.
DALE.-In affectionate remembrance of our dear
MARKS.In sad but loving memory of my
dear husband W son; d. father, Hugh Patter-
at Lowden, Preston Valley, on May 12, 1909.
Inserted by a friend,. M.A.T.
transition took place May 12, 1908, at Low-
TrEVEhNSON..-The Friends of Mrs. John Staven
BALINSWELLA.—In loving memory of my dear
As long as life and memory lasts,
—Inserted by her loving husband, G. H. Balinswella.
DALE.—In affectionate remembrance of our dear
MARKS.—In sad but loving memory of my
dear husband, son, and father, Hugh Patter-
at Lowden, Preston Valley, on May 12, 1909?.
Inserted by a friend, M.A.T.
transition took place May 12, 1908?, at Low-
STEVENSON.—The Friends of Mrs. John Steven-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 13 May 1910 [Issue No.7,527] page 1 2017-05-24 00:10 BIRTHS, MAERIAGES, AND
BIRTH.
Leake-street. Victorin. Park, aged 24 years.
\Deeply regretted.
Victorian paper please oopy.\
IN MENOBRIA.
ATIFS.-a, bo memory of o6r dearly be
loved daughter t~nd sister, Winnie," who de
parted thie life ?ray 13, 1306. -
er memory dwells itbe depths of the heart,
Enclosed .like a s?aint' its shrine;
-Inserted by her sorrowing parents, brother
:OUSON.-In loving rmembrance of our dear
sister and annte Allce. who departed this
lifo na May 11. 1909.
Yoarsend came sudden, Alice dear,
It..made us weep sad sight
Yba could'not say good-bye.
S -Thy farce we canot see;
But let, thistaikttl token tell,
-Inseited by .her lovingstear and niece, .M'
and E: Joss, and Lily.
LOITO.-In loving memory of oar dear little
niede, Florence May Dollie),', who died May.
13,?1909. ; .ti
Little IDolly was our darling,
Pride of ildl our hearts athome;
-Inserted by loring Lncle and aunt, Charlie
and Hay Hyne, West;Swan, W.A.
aBEMZ TxENT NOTICE.
Mrs. Rand Brown and children, of Belmont,
and Naurs of No. 6 Ward of -the Perth Pub
lio' Hospital. for their tender .nnrsing and
his long' and trying illness. .
BOAKEL-The Frienda of, the Rer., and . Mrs.
remains of their dearly beloved infant daugh
ter,' Mabel Helen, to the place of interment,
the Anglican Cemetery, ?Krrakatta. The
Funeral is appointed? to leave St. TJohn's
Church, Melbourne-road, Pertt, at 2.45 oeclock
THIS (Friday) AFITENROON, per road.
Friends wishing to attend tfe Funeral may
BOWlK R and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth...Tel:,.308.
DONOTAN-Tha'-.Friends of the late Mr. John
Joseph. DoOvain, formerly of Enfeld, South
Australls?d latei of Messrs. Hill. and BRen:
nie,.railway cont ?a r: are respectfully in
vited to 'follow his mns to the place of
interment, the Romad Catholic' Cemetery,
leave Messrs. Bowpa 'and-O'De's Undertak
ing-Establishment, I9~ Pier street; Perth, at
3 o'clok THIS (Friday) ArITERB OO,. per
may prooeed by the :o'olock train leaving
- Perth.
BOWRA and O'D A,. Undertakers, 195
Piertreet, Perth. Tel. 308.
GIBSON.-The Mends of tie Iate Mr. John H.
Gibson,' late'Iiftmsji of. Mr. Levi Green's,
are respectfll 'invited to" follow his re
mains to the piaoe bfinterment, the Angli
csan Cemetery, arraba-tta. The Funeral is
appointed to leye. -his late residence, G 6
. Parrstret. Pert, at'9.0 o'eloI.k'TO-MQB
ROW '(Sat?irday : oII3O HR1 ,per road.
Friends wishing to- attend tie Funeral may
proceed by the- '10.S train. j-n r PetrtbZh
-BO?ER knd O:EA; ,CI-iiftaker?" 195
i. - lerstreet, Perth. TeL- 306..
MACINTOSR.-The Priendisof the Ilate Mr. John
Macintosh are respectfully ivited to follow
Presbyteariti partion of the Fremantle Ceme
tery. The Funeralshi appointed to leave, his
late residence, So. 6-PEdmand-street. South
Fremantle, THIS (Friday'AFTElNOO, the
13th fnst., at 3 o'clock:.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and 00C. Under
takers. Market-street, Piemantle.
'P;L 2,. " '
?BIRTHS, MAERIAGES, AND
?BIRTH.
Leake-street, Victoria Park, aged 24 years.
Deeply regretted.
Victorian paper please copy.
?IN MEMORIAM.
ATKINS.— memory of our dearly be-
loved daughter and sister, Winnie, who de-
parted this life ?ray 13, 1306. -
Her memory dwells itbe depths of the heart,
Enclosed like a s?aint' its shrine;
—Inserted by her sorrowing parents, brother
HOUSON.-In loving remembrance of our dear
sister and annte Alice, who departed this
life on May 11, 1909.
Your end came sudden, Alice dear,
It made us weep sad sight
You could not say good-bye.
Thy farce we cannot see;
But let this little token tell,
—Inserted by her loving stear and niece, .M'
and E. Joss, and Lily.
LOXTON.In loving memory of our dear little
niece, Florence May Dollie),', who died May.
13, 1909.
Little Dolly was our darling,
Pride of ildl our hearts at home;
—Inserted by loving uncle and aunt, Charlie
and May Hyne, West;Swan, W.A.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.
Mrs. Maud Brown and children, of Belmont,
and Nurses of No. 6 Ward of the Perth Pub-
lic Hospital, for their tender .nnrsing and
his long and trying illness.
BOAKE.The Friends of the Rer., and . Mrs.
remains of their dearly beloved infant daugh-
ter, Mabel Helen, to the place of interment,
the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta. The
Funeral is appointed to leave St. John's
Church, Melbourne-road, Perth, at 2.45 o'clock
THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, per road.
Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
DONOVAN.—The Friends of the late Mr. John
Joseph Donovan, formerly of Enfeld, South
Australia, late of Messrs. Hill. and BRen:
nie,.railway cont ?a r: are respectfully in-
vited to follow his remains to the place of
interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery,
leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Undertak-
ing Establishment, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at
3 o'clock THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, per
may proceed by the ? o'clock train leaving
Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
GIBSON.-The Friends of the late Mr. John H.
Gibson, late'Iiftmsji of. Mr. Levi Green's,
are respectfully invited to follow his re-
mains to the place of interment, the Angli-
can Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is
appointed to leave his late residence, G 6
Parry-street,?
ROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON, per road.
Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may
proceed by the
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
MACINTOSH.The Friends of the late Mr. John
Macintosh are respectfully invited to follow
Presbyterian portion of the Fremantle Ceme-
tery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his
late residence, ?-street, South
Fremantle, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, the
13th inst., at 3 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-street, Fremantle.
Tel. 225.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 12 May 1910 [Issue No.7,526] page 1 2017-05-23 23:55 BIETHS, nAUEIAGEZ, AND
BIrths and Deaths, is. IL Marriages, 5s. each:
an Memoriam Notices, 2a. 6d.; poetry. 6d.
per lme extra
in order to guard against impnoition, notices
of Births. Marriages. and eatb? must be
anthentioated by some respectahle person to
ensure insertion.1
LIDDLE.-On May 10, 1910, at her mother's resi
deuo e Opaltreet. Leederville West. the wife
w R. . Biddle-a daughter. Both
.OKOLEY.-On May 9. at Vacalo,.Chittering, to
Mr. and YMrs. H. Morley, jun.--a son. Both
BMARRIAGES.
ME- ARHTY-McBREA4TY.-On May 4, at St.
Rev. Father O. Horley. Daniel Hegasrty, of
Kalgoorlie,. to Jessie McBrearty, daughter
ofDenis and Annie McBremrty, of Fitzgerald
-MCGUINNESS-WADE.-On May 4, at the R.C.
Cathedral. Perth, by the Rev. Father McCabe,
Jack, son of Hogh McGuinnees, Healesville,
Grerille Wade, Kooringa, South Australia.
DEATH."
DONOVAN.-On May 11. at Perth, John Dono
van, late of Messrs. Hill and Rennie, rail
way contractors, aged 06 years.
Ir MEMORIAM.
As long as. life and memory laes,
S-Inerted byher loving husband. G. H. Balins.
DALE.-In, affectionate remambrance of ourcdear
father. Joseeph Lagham Dale. who died at
ynetou. Victoria, May 12, 909.
-Inserted by Ethel and Percy Lsngham Dale,
Northam
MIARKS-In sad but losing memory of my
dear -usbaed, W son; d. father, Hugh Patter.
son Marks, who departed -this life an May
-Inserted by is wife,, .mother, sons, and
-SENEY-.-I sad and, loving memory of my
ear hnshand, FPrancis J. P.. (Frank).after
a long illness died on May 12, 1909, at Low
Rest in peace. a
WMEEHNXY-n sod bt' loving memory of Fran
cis Joeph Swee?.?y who departed' this life
at Lowden. Preston. Valley. on May 12, 1?09.
SW?,H .Y--In affectionate remembrance of
Francis Joseph Sweeney (Prank); -whose
transition took plaece May 12, 1908, at Low
.dear Preston.: aley.
-Inerted by his old pal, George Milliohap
WILIA3Ias . lbving memory of 'or -dear
mother-asd grandmother, Fanny Williams,
ho ' eparted this life at Rpo.otreet,- West
Perth, May' 1. 1908.:. .
They hss her most' who loved bar best.
-Inserted by her bpoing daghter and grsd
da.ghtet. Mrs. C. Sloan and, Mrs. Manning.
FUNERAL -NOTICES
ALLB/G.- Friends of- the late Mr.- Martin
UAlen, ae of Guildford, are respectfully in
the Roman Catholic portion of the Guild
ford Cemetery. The ?Punerar will leave the
Undertaking Eatahlishmen .of Messs. A
Doglad Jones'and-'C., of Guildrd, at 11
o'dclock THIS (Thursday) MORNING.
A. DOUGLAS :JONES and CO.., Under
takers, Guildford and Midland Junm
. tion. Tel.,1 .
BRKNCH.-The Friends of Mr. ,Alfred Ernest
French.. of Albert-stree, Victoria Park, and
of William? Sandover and Co.. Perth, are re
spectfu.Ly invited to follow'the, remains of
his lateo.beld wif, Eliza Jane, to.the'pliceof
interment, thel-ethod stpotion'of the .Kar
rakattra Cemetery: The Foneral is sppoint
ed to leave Mr. Donald J Chipper' -Private:
Mortuary, 844 Hay-treet,. Perth, at 3 o'clock'
THIS 'Tbureday!. 'ATEIINOON, per road.
Friends wishing to attend the Funeral .mya:
promed by the J.30 o'clock train from Perth.'
lsidtsetree t ." emantle. .' Telephon?
1i?KE WOO .?" The.' -rieds .of 'r. Charles.
Tetherwood, loco. foreman, West Perth, are
respeotfuily iited to follow the remains of
his lae.belosed wife,: Sarah Ann. to the:
place of interment, the Angliecan portion'of
appointed to leave his residence, 10-Tower
wishing to attend the Fmneral may proceed
by the 4 p.m. train leaving Perth. and
C. H. SMITH and CO.. Undertakers, 91
Newcastle-street. Perth. Tel.' 4231.
PARROW.--The Friends of Mrs. . Phillips, of
Leake-stret Victoria P.rk, are. respect
late beloved granddaughter, Susan Fparrow,
to- the place of interment the Weeleya
Ceme:ery, Karakatta. 'The Funeral ?s ap
pointed to leane Messrs. Bowra and O'Den's
Undertaking Establishment. 195 Pier-street,
Perth, at 3 o'olock THIS (Thursday)
AFTE?RNQON, per road. Friends wishing
4 o'clck train leaving Perth.
BOW A. and ODEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth.. Tel. 308.
3PAHR6W.-The PFriends of Mr. A. Harrison, of
South Perth, are. rerpeotflly invited to fol
low the remaind of the late Miss Susan
Sparrow to the place of interment, the Wes
leyan Cemetery, Karrsaktta? . The Funeral
isr appointed to esrve MYarrs. Bowra and
O'95s Undertaking Establishment 195 Pier.
,freet. Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Thuor
dioy)A -FrER NOO. per road. Friends
wising to attend the Pimeral msy proceed
by' the o'loc trai lesing Perth.
- BOWRA. and O'DEA, Undertaers. 193
Pier-atreet, Perth. Tel.'30.,
remsins of her late belored daughter, Phyllis,
(Diddy), to the place of intermnt the
]Roman Catholic Cemetery, K5Zaktta. The
Funeral is appointed to lave her residence.
74 Melbourne-road. Perth, a?- 3 o'clock THIS
(Thursday) AITEEtNOON, per road. Friends
wishing to attend the Funeral mayproceed by
the 3..31 trsin leaving Perth.
BOWRiA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. TeL 308.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND
Births and Deaths, 2s. 6d.; Marriages, 5s. each;
In Memoriam Notices, 2s. 6d.; poetry, 6d.
per line extra.
[In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births, Marriages and Deaths must be
authenticated by some respectable person to
ensure insertion.]
BIDDLE.—On May 10, 1910, at her mother's resi-
dence, Opal-street, Leederville West, the wife
of W. R. V. Biddle—a daughter. Both
MORLEY.—On May 9 at Vacalo, Chittering, to
Mr. and Mrs. H. Morley, jun.—a son. Both
MARRIAGES.
HEGARTY—McBREARTY.—On May 4, at St.
Rev. Father O. Hurley, Daniel Hegarty, of
Kalgoorlie, to Jessie McBrearty, daughter
of Denis and Annie McBrearty, of Fitzgerald-
McGUINNESS—WADE.—On May 4, at the R.C.
Cathedral, Perth, by the Rev. Father McCabe,
Jack, son of Hugh McGuinness, Healesville,
Greville Wade, Kooringa, South Australia.
DEATH.
DONOVAN.—On May 11, at Perth, John Dono-
van, late of Messrs. Hill and Rennie, rail-
way contractors, aged 56 years.
?IN MEMORIAM.
As long as life and memory laes,
—Inserted by her loving husband. G. H. Balins.
DALE.-In affectionate remembrance of our dear
father, Joseph Langham Dale, who died at
Kyneton, Victoria, May 12, 1909.
—Inserted by Ethel and Percy Langham Dale,
Northam.
MARKS.In sad but loving memory of my
dear husband W son; d. father, Hugh Patter-
son Marks, who departed this life an May
12, 1909.
—Inserted by his wife, mother, sons, and
SWEENEY.—In sad and loving memory of my
dear husband, Francis J. P. (Frank) after
a long illness died on May 12, 1909, at Low-
Rest in peace.
SWEENEY.—In sad but loving memory of Fran-
cis Joseph Sweeney who departed this life
at Lowden, Preston Valley, on May 12, 1909.
SWEENEY.—In affectionate remembrance of
Francis Joseph Sweeney (Frank) whose
transition took place May 12, 1908, at Low-
den, Preston.: aley.
—Inserted by his old pal, George Milliohap
WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of our dear
mother and grandmother, Fanny Williams,
who departed this life at Roe-street, West
Perth, May 12, 1908.
They miss her most who loved her best.
—Inserted by her loving daughter and grand-
daughter, Mrs. C. Sloan and, Mrs. Manning.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
ALLEN.—The Friends of the late Mr. Martin
Allen, late of Guildford, are respectfully in-
the Roman Catholic portion of the Guild-
ford Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the
Undertaking Establishment of Messrs. A.
Douglas A. Jones and C., of Guildrd, at 11
o'clock THIS (Thursday) MORNING.
A. DOUGLAS JONES and CO., Under-
takers, Guildford and Midland Junc-
tion. Tel. 21.
FRENCH.—The Friends of Mr. Alfred Ernest
French, of Albert-street, Victoria Park, and
of William Sandover and Co., Perth, are re-
spectfully invited to follow the remains of
his late beloved wife, Eliza Jane, to the place of
interment, the Methodist portion of the Kar-
rakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is appoint-
ed to leave Mr. Donald J Chipper's Private
Mortuary, 844 Hay-street, Perth, at 3 o'clock
THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, per road.
Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may
proceed by the J.30 o'clock train from Perth.
lsidtsetree t ." emantle. .' Telephone
NETHERWOOD.—
Netherwood, loco. foreman, West Perth, are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of
his late beloved wife, Sarah Ann, to the
place of interment, the Anglican portion of
appointed to leave his residence, 10 Tower-
wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed
by the 4 p.m. train leaving Perth, and
C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 91
Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. 4231.
SPARROW.—The Friends of Mrs. Phillips, of
Leake-street, Victoria Park, are respect-
late beloved granddaughter, Susan Sparrow,
to the place of interment, the Wesleyan
Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap-
pointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's
Undertaking Establishment, 195 Pier-street,
Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Thursday)
AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing
4 o'clock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
SPARROW.—The Friends of Mr. A. Harrison, of
South Perth, are respectfully invited to fol-
low the remains of the late Miss Susan
Sparrow to the place of interment, the Wes-
leyan Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral
is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and
O'Dea's Undertaking Establishment 195 Pier-
street, Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Thurs-
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends
wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed
by the 4 o'clock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
remains of her late beloved daughter, Phyllis,
(Diddy), to the place of interment, the
Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The
Funeral is appointed to leave her residence,
74 Melbourne-road, Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS
(Thursday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends
wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by
the 3.30 train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 11 May 1910 [Issue No.7,525] page 1 2017-05-23 23:13 Births and Deaths 2s. 6.; Marriages 5s. each
In Memoriam Notices, 2s. 6d.: poetry. 6d.
per line extra
In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births. Marriages, and Deaths must be
ensure insertion.
MURRAY.- On May 4, to Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Murray, of Grant-street - a son.
RIDDLE.- On May 10, 1910. at her mother's resi
dence, Opal-treet, Leederville West, the wife
of W. R. V. Riddle- a daughter. Both
BAND.--On May 9, at Claremont, Edwin. the
of C. E. Band, of Kalgoorlie. aged 31 years.
BENNETT.- On May 8, at her daughter's resi
dence, Parkside, S.A., Elizabeth, the dearly
beloved mother of Messrs. W. and A. Bennett.
Mrs. A. Barret, Mrs. F. Merrifield, and Mrs.
J. R. Mannering, aged 87 years. A colonist of
95 years. Victorian papers please copy.
IN MEMORIAM
BATES.- ln loving memory of, our dear mother,
-Inserted by her loving son and daughters,
Will, Fred. Ben. and Joe Davis, Mrs. Young and
Mrs. Sinclair, Maria asd John Bates.
FORWOOD.- In fond and loving remembrance of
Lance. who departed this life May 11, 1907,
We hand a darling treasure once,
We Ioved him, ah, perhaps too well,
Yoor pleasant smiles, your cheerful face
-Inserted by his loving parents. A and A.
my dear cousin. Arthur Vivian Lance, who
and 14) months.
Your dear face I no longer see:
-Inserted by his loving cousin Nell.
-8lMSONt(nee Wbollams).-In loving memory of
10, 1906.
-Inserted by her loving husband, George, and
children, Lizzie, Florrie, Violet, and Frances..
drews, of W.A.G. Railway Workshops, Mid
land Junction,. are respectfully, invited to
William Roberts, -to the place of internment,
the Presbyterian Cemetery. Karrakatta. The
Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs- Bowra
and O'Dea's - Undertaking Establishment, 191
Pier-street, Perth; at 3 o'clock THIS (Wed
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 193
Pier-Street, Perth. TeL 305.
FRENCH -The Friends of Mr. Alfred Ernest
of William Sandover and Co., Perth, are re
spetfully invited to follow the remains of
is appointed to leave Mr. Donald J. Chip
Perth, at 3 o'clock TO-MORROW (Thurcday~
DONALD J. CHIPPER; Funeral Direc
tar 844 . Hay-street, Perth, and at;
Adelaide-stret, Fremantle. Telephone
MILES- The Friends of the late- Mr. George
(Jack) Miles. late of Belle Vue, are respect.
place of interment the Presbyterian Ceme
to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Under-.
at ,30 o'clock.THIS (Wednesday) AFTER
-NOON, per road. Friends wishing, to at
MILES.-- Members of the Midland Junction
branch, and of the Order generally, are re
which will take. place THIS (Wednesday)
PHILIIPS. - The Friends of the late Mr. Edward
Goodchild Phillips, carpenter, of Rose-street
remains will be interred in the Baptist por
tion of the Karrakatta Cemetery THIS (Wed
nesday) MORNING, the 11.th inst., at 10.45
proceed by trains leaving Perth and Fre
ARTHUR. E. DAVIES and CO.. Under
taker. Market-street, Fremantle.
Tel. 225
Leake--street, Victoria Park, are respect
to the place of interment, the Weslevan
Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap
undertaking Establishment. 195 Pier-street,
AFTERNOON. per road. Friends wishing
SPARROW-The Friends of Mr. A. Harrison, of
South Perth, are respectfully invited to fol
Sparrow to the place of interment, the Wes
O'Dea's Undertaking Establishment. 1973 Pier.
street, Perth, st 3 o'clock TO-MORROW
(Thursday) AFTERNOON. per road. Friends
by the 4 o'olock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers. 105
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 309.
WILLIAMS.- The Friends of the late Mr. T.
his remains wil be interred in the Wesleyan
.Cemetery, Karrkatta, THIS (Wednesday)
AFTERNOON st 3.45 o'clock. Friends wish
Ing to attend the Funeral may proceed by
BOWRA and O'DBA Undertakers, 195
DEATHS.
Births and Deaths, 2s. 6d.; Marriages, 5s. each;
In Memoriam Notices, 2s. 6d.; poetry, 6d.
per line extra.
[In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births, Marriages and Deaths must be
ensure insertion.]
MURRAY.—On May 4, to Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Murray, of Grant-street—a son.
BIDDLE.—On May 10, 1910, at her mother's resi-
dence, Opal-street, Leederville West, the wife
of W. R. V. Biddle—a daughter. Both
BAND.—On May 9, at Claremont, Edwin, the
of C. E. Band, of Kalgoorlie, aged 31 years.
BENNETT.—On May 8, at her daughter's resi-
dence, Parkside, S.A., Elizabeth, the dearly-
beloved mother of Messrs. W. and A. Bennett,
Mrs. A. Barrett, Mrs. F. Merrifield, and Mrs.
J. B. Mannering, aged 87 years. A colonist of
66 years. Victorian papers please copy.
?IN MEMORIAM.
BATES.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
—Inserted by her loving son and daughters,
Will, Fred, Ben, and Joe Davis, Mrs. Young and
Mrs. Sinclair, Maria and John Bates.
FORWOOD.—In fond and loving remembrance of
Lance, who departed this life May 11, 1907,
We had a darling treasure once,
We loved him, ah, perhaps too well,
Your pleasant smiles, your cheerful face
—Inserted by his loving parents, A and A.
my dear cousin, Arthur Vivian Lance, who
and 10 months.
Your dear face I no longer see;
—Inserted by his loving cousin Nell.
SIMPSON (nee Wbollams).—In loving memory of
10, 1908.
—Inserted by her loving husband, George, and
children, Lizzie, Florrie, Violet, and Frances.
drews, of W.A.G. Railway Workshops, Mid-
William Roberts, to the place of interment,
the Presbyterian Cemetery, Karrakatta. The
Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra
and O'Dea's Undertaking Establishment, 195
Pier-street, Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Wed-
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
FRENCH.—The Friends of Mr. Alfred Ernest
of William Sandover and Co., Perth, are re-
spectfully invited to follow the remains of
is appointed to leave Mr. Donald J. Chip-
Perth, at 3 o'clock TO-MORROW (Thursday)
DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Direc-
tor, 844 Hay-street, Perth, and at
Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Telephone
MILES- The Friends of the late Mr. George
(Jack) Miles, late of Belle Vue, are respect-
place of interment, the Presbyterian Ceme-
to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Under-
at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Wednesday) AFTER-
NOON, per road. Friends wishing to at-
MILES.—Members of the Midland Junction
branch, and of the Order generally, are re-
which will take place THIS (Wednesday)
PHILLIPS.—The Friends of the late Mr. Edward
Goodchild Phillips, carpenter, of Rose-street,
remains will be interred in the Baptist por-
tion of the Karrakatta Cemetery THIS (Wed-
nesday) MORNING, the 11th inst., at 10.45
proceed by trains leaving Perth and Fre-
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-street, Fremantle.
Tel. 225.
Leake-street, Victoria Park, are respect-
to the place of interment, the Wesleyan
Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap-
Undertaking Establishment, 195 Pier-street,
AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing
SPARROW.The Friends of Mr. A. Harrison, of
South Perth, are respectfully invited to fol-
Sparrow to the place of interment, the Wes-
leyan Cemetery?
O'Dea's Undertaking Establishment, 195 Pier-
street, Perth, at 3 o'clock TO-MORROW
(Thursday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends
by the 4 o'clock train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
WILLIAMS.—The Friends of the late Mr. T.
his remains will be interred in the Wesleyan
Cemetery, Karrakatta, THIS (Wednesday)
AFTERNOON at 3.45 o'clock. Friends wish-
ing to attend the Funeral may proceed by
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Family Notices (Family Notices), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Saturday 14 May 1910 [Issue No.1,272] page 31 2017-05-23 23:12 BIDDLE.—On May' 10, 1910, at her mother's resi-
nells, aged 60? years. Late mine manager of
BIDDLE.—On May 10, 1910, at her mother's resi-
nells, aged 60 years. Late mine manager of
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 10 May 1910 [Issue No.7,524] page 1 2017-05-23 22:54 Births and Deaths. 9s Al.; Marriages. 5s. each:
In Memornam Notices. is 6d.; poetry. 6d.
per line extra
In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births Marriages, and Deaths must be
assure insertion
FERRIS.- On May 9, 1910. at Vaucluse-street,
Claremont, W.A.. the wife of Alfred C.
Ferris-- daughter (stillborn).
FOSKETT.-On May 5, at John-street, North
Fremantle, the wife of W. J. Foskett-a son.
LORDING.-On May 2. at corner of Railway
West, the wife of W. Lording - a son.
RUSSELL.- On May 1, at Nurse 'Hodges',
MILLIGAN. - On May 8, at her late residence, 86
Thomas-street, Hest Perth, Alice Maud, the
Thomas and Louisa Milligan, and grand
WILLIAMS. - On May 9, Thomas Williams, the
liams, at his residence, Dorothy-street, Gos
Port Philip Gold Mine, Clunes. New Chum
illness which he bore with -manly fortitude.'
IN MEMORIAM
SANDERSON.--In sad but loving memory of
parted this life on May 9, 1904 Deeply re
-Inserted by his sons, Robert, Thomas W., and
SANDERSON. - In sad but loving memory of our
-Inserted by his daughters, Mrs. Dodswell and
-BEREAVEMENT NOTICES.
for letters and telegrams of sympathy dur
Alfred J. Wells and family, of 43 Monger
street, Leederville, wish .to tender their sin
MILES - The Friends of the late Mr. George
(Jack) Miles, late of Bellae Vue, are respect
to leave Messrs. Bowra. and O'Dea's Under
taking Establisment, 195 Pier-street, Perth,
Pier-street, Perth. Telephone 308,
BOWRA and O'DEA Undertakers, 95
Pier-street. Perth. Telephone 308.
Births and Deaths, 2s. 6d.; Marriages, 5s. each;
In Memoriam Notices, 2s. 6d.; poetry, 6d.
per line extra.
[In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births, Marriages and Deaths must be
ensure insertion.]
FERRIS.—On May 9, 1910, at Vaucluse-street,
Claremont, W.A., the wife of Alfred C.
Ferris—a daughter (stillborn).
FOSKETT.—On May 5, at John-street, North
Fremantle, the wife of W. J. Foskett—a son.
LORDING.—On May 2, at corner of Railway-
West, the wife of W. Lording—a son.
RUSSELL.—On May 1, at Nurse Hodges,
MILLIGAN.—On May 8, at her late residence, 86
Thomas-street, West Perth, Alice Maud, the
Thomas and Louisa Milligan, and grand-
WILLIAMS.—On May 9, Thomas Williams, the
liams, at his residence, Dorothy-street, Gos-
Port Philip Gold Mine, Clunes, New Chum
illness which he bore with manly fortitude.
?IN MEMORIAM.
SANDERSON.—In sad but loving memory of
parted this life on May 9, 1904. Deeply re-
—Inserted by his sons, Robert, Thomas W., and
SANDERSON.—In sad but loving memory of our
—Inserted by his daughters, Mrs. Dodswell and
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES.
for letters and telegrams of sympathy dur-
Alfred J. Wells and family, of 43 Monger-
street, Leederville, wish to tender their sin-
MILES.—The Friends of the late Mr. George
(Jack) Miles, late of Bellae Vue, are respect-
to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's Under-
taking Establishment, 195 Pier-street, Perth,
Pier-street, Perth. Telephone 308.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Telephone 308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 9 May 1910 [Issue No.7,523] page 1 2017-05-23 22:46 ?BIlTHS, *MA TUAGES, AND
DEATES.
Births sad Deaths. E. td.; Marriages, 5s. each;
In Memoriam Noties s. Gd.; poetry. 6?
per lite extra
[Ia order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births Marriages, and Deaths must be
authentieated by some respectable poison t&
eseare inoertios.l
XEAINEY.--The wife of Dr. Kearney, BOnbury
a, son.
SEI?ON.-On April T7, at Elstow, Ethel-street.
North Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Neilson
EMROSE.-On May 8, at his residence, 149 Newcastle
street, Perth, Robert, the dearly be
LI±titE.-rOn May 7, LA Irirton, Mary -trect,
fr?l?antle Wal-ace Powell, the beloved eon of
itchert ansi Mary Laurie, aged 0 years.
A.UNDERS.--On May 7, 1910, at the reeidone
of her father, 43 Monger-street, Leedervillo.
Aifreda Josephire, the dearly beloved wife
of Lederdills . aged ~ years.
parted this life May 9, L°5C.
for their deep sympathy in their beresyc
agat.
EMROSE.-The Friends of the late Mr. Robert,
Funeral is appointed to leave his late resi
road. Friends wishing to attend the Fune
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 19.
Pier-street, Perth. TeL 088.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND
DEATHS.
Births and Deaths, 2s. 6d.; Marriages, 5s. each;
In Memoriam Notices, 2s. 6d.; poetry, 6d.
per line extra.
[In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births, Marriages and Deaths must be
authenticated by some respectable person to
ensure insertion.]
KEARNEY.—The wife of Dr. Kearney, Bunbury—
a son.
NEILSON.—On April 27, at Elstow, Ethel-street,
North Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Neilson—
EMROSE.—On May 8, at his residence, 149 New-
castle-street, Perth, Robert, the dearly be-
LAURIE.—On May 7, at Lauriston, Mary-street,
Fremantle, Wallace Powell, the beloved son of
Robert and Mary Laurie, aged 6 years.
SAUNDERS.—On May 7, 1910, at the residence
of her father, 43 Monger-street, Leederville,
Alfreda Josephine, the dearly beloved wife
of Leederville, aged 27 years.
parted this life May 9, 1908.
for their deep sympathy in their bereave-
ment.
EMROSE.The Friends of the late Mr. Robert,
Funeral is appointed to leave his late resi-
road. Friends wishing to attend the Fune-
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1910 [Issue No.7,481] page 1 2017-05-23 22:37 ? years.
28 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 9 May 1910 [Issue No.7,523] page 1 2017-05-23 21:21 BIlTHS, *MA TUAGES, AND
=N
IN MEMOBRIAM.
B-IOWIO.-In' sad but loving memory of my
dearly beloved wife, Hila Mary, who d
Gone but not forgotten.,
-Inserted by her loving husband.
BROWN.-In !oving memory of our dear friend,
Hilda, who departed this life May 9.,1908.
-Inserted by her loving friends, E. O'Keeff
a-d E. Schoning.
L-.LLhG.5JN.-In eoving memory of our dear
hiis 3rd year
But- gone to his Father's home above.
--nserted by his sorrowing wife and daughter.
Melbourne papers- pleaee copy.
MILLS.-In fond and loving remembrance of me;
loving husband and father, B. S. Mills, sear.,
-Inserted by his loving wife, son, and dauglh
TUINHE.--In sad but loving memory of my
residence, North Perth, M?y 9, 1909.
-Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Turner.
UErEAVEMENT NOTICE.
]ar. and Mrs. W. S. Robinson. of Cottes!oe, desire ti
THANK Dr. Good, matron and nurses of ihe;
to, Arthir Alaric, their darling infant son,
?BIlTHS, *MA TUAGES, AND
?IN MEMORIAM.
BROWN.—In sad but loving memory of my
dearly beloved wife, Hila Mary, who de-
—Inserted by her loving husband.
BROWN.In loving memory of our dear friend,
Hilda, who departed this life May 9, 1908.
—Inserted by her loving friends, E. O'Keeff
and E. Schoning.
L-.LLhG.5JN.-In loving memory of our dear
his 53rd year.
But gone to his Father's home above.
—Inserted by his sorrowing wife and daughter.
Melbourne papers please copy.
MILLS.In fond and loving remembrance of me;
loving husband and father, B. S. Mills, senr.,
—Inserted by his loving wife, son, and daugh-
TURNER.In sad but loving memory of my
residence, North Perth, May 9, 1909.
—Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Turner.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Robinson, of Cottesloe, desire to
THANK Dr. Good, matron and nurses of the
to, Arthur Alaric?, their darling infant son,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 3 May 1910 [Issue No.7,518] page 1 2017-05-23 21:05 N.? Hamilton.
N. Hamilton.

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