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Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 6 January 1911 [Issue No.7,729] page 1 2017-06-29 21:15 ?Births Deaths & Marriages.

BIRTHS and DEATHS. °s. 6d.; MARRIAGES.
is. each; IN MEMORIAM Notioes, 2s. 6d.;
[In order to guard aginsit imposition. notices
of Births, Marriages, , and Deaths must be
authenticated by ome respectable person to
eoure insertiob .
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND
DEATHS.
BIRTHS and DEATHS, 2s. 6d.; MARRIAGES,
5s. each; IN MEMORIAM Notices, 2s. 6d.;
[In order to guard against imposition, notices
of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be
authenticated by some respectable person to
ensure insertion.]
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 6 January 1911 [Issue No.7,729] page 1 2017-06-29 21:10 Births Deaths & Marriages.
GARDINER.-On January 4, at Nurse Smith's.
Highercombe, to Mr. & Mrs. W. Gardiner,
of Busselton - a Son. Both well.
PETTIT (nee White).-At York, to Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Pettit-a son. Both well.
TUNNEY.-On December 15, at Nurse Brown's
Private Hospital. Albany, the wife of J. R.
Tunney. Gracefield. near Kojonup--a daugh-
ANTONSEN.-On December 27. at No. 1 Hampton
Road, ,Mabel Iris Coralie, dearly-beloved
little daughter of John M. and May Antonsen
aged 2 years & 9 months.
ECCLESTONE.--On January 3, at Northam, after
dearly loved son of of William Ecclestone, aged
2 years and 6 mouths.
GILBERT.-On January 5, at Perth Hospital,
Gilbert. of Worsley, and eldest son of George
Gilbert. North-street. Midland Junction. aged
HENDERSON.--On January 2, 1911, at Parker's
road. Archibald Joseph, the beloved husband
SHEPHERD.-On January 3, 1911, at Subiaco,
Shepherd, of- Goldfields,Water Supply Service,
Cunderdin, W.A :.
COWLEY.-In loving memory of my dear hus-
suddenly at Perth, W.A.: January 6. 1908;
also Kate. youngest daughter of the stove. '
But now we fnd an aching vofd,
The world can never fll.
-Inserted by his loving wife and-children,
life, January 6, 1910: age 57 years 5 months.
The strongest first to fade,
A voice we loved is stilled,
our dear father, Willam Avery, who died
law, Liszzie, Maud, Harold and Jim.
HORNE.-In loviv- memory of our dear hus
band- and fat ", -who-iell3rted this life on
January , at .Coolgardie.
-Inserted by his loving wife and children, A.
Home, West Midli/d.
KENNINGTON.--In 'loring memory of oar be
loved eoan and brother. William, who departed
this life, January-6, 1910 at Adelaide.
Tear may pass away, dear brother.
But your face -will. never fade,
For we love you iast as dearly,.
Though you are silent in yiir grave.
Forgr, you, no, we -never ,will. :
We loved yod then, and we love you still;
lovingly 'inked together
But oh the chain is brokea now one link has
-Inserted by his loving father and brothers,
Jack and arry, .
THOMSON (nee Pulbrook).-n loying memory of
my beloved daJghter, Olive, who passed away
Two long ars havre coinme and gone.
Thy face we cannot see.
-Inserted 'by' her loving: mother, oter, and
broibers, Ens. al, llazel; PerocyAdrian; James.
-Melbodrqe papers .please copy.:- -.
Mr. and Mrs. J." M; Antose?i wish to sincerely
.THANK Dr. Anderson foer his unremitting at
tention during their late beloved child's ill
nesa; also all friends for their kindness,. and
letters and telegrapis of sympathy and floral
Mrs. Archibald Henderson, of Parker's-road, test
ders her sincere THALtNKS to.her numerous
friends for their kindness to her in her re
cent sad bereavement;, also. to Mr: William
Maben. undertaker, of SonthernCross. for the
Mr. A. E. Parry. begs to offer his most sincere
THANKS to all friends for their kind sym
GILBERT.-The friends of. the late Henry James
Gilbert, of Worsley are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the place of inter
Midland Junction. Cemetery. The funeral is
father Mr. George Gilbert), of North-street.
Midland Junction. at 4 p.m. THIS (Friday)
PARRALL BROS., Undertakers, Midland
FOREST KING LODGE. I.O.O.F., No. S6
GILBERT.-Members of the above Branch and of
the residence of Mr. George Gilbert, North
Street. Midland. Junction, at 4 p.m. THIS
J. C..PHILLIPS, Sec.
MARTIN.-The friends of the late Mr. Robert
Reginald Marin,. late of Midland Junction
and Northam. are reepectfully invited to fol
low his remain :to the place of interment,
the Anglicon. Cemetery, KRarrakatta. The
funeral is appointed to leave his late resi
dence, 58 .TJewell-street East Perth at 10
o'clock TO-MORROW (aiturday) MORNING,
per romad. Friends wishing to attend the
mnnrtl mnr nransol 1 ths i n'else- trOrae
learing Perth and Yteimantle.
BOWIiA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street. Perth. r'eL 308.
NAIRN.-The friends of Mr. William Nairn: of
Cardup (Beenup), S.iW. Railway, are respect
to the place of interment, the Methodist por
tion of the Karrtskatta Cemetery. The fun
Perth, at 10 o'clock THIS (Friday) MORN
844 Hay-street,. Perth, and at Ade
laide-street. Fremantle. Telephone 137.
O'MARA - The Friends of the late Mr. Cornelius
O'Mars are respectfully Invited to follow
his Remains to the place of Interment, the
RC Cemetery, East Perth. The Funeral is
Appointed to leave the Cathedral of the
(Friday) MORNING. A Requiem Mass will be
Celebrated at 9 o'clock.
BOWRA & O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
195 Pier Street, PERTH. Tel. 308.
PRATLEY - The Friends of the late Mrs. Margaret
Remains to the place of Interment, the RC
Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is Appointed
to leave Messrs. Bowra & O'Dea's Private
Mortuary, 195 Pier Street, Perth, at 2.30 o'clock
THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON per Road. Friends
the 3.10 Train leaving Perth.
BOWRA & O'DEA, Undertakers,
195 Pier Street, PERTH. Tel. 308.
SHEPHERD - The Friends of Mr. Ernest J.
Shepherd, Engineer of the Goldields Water Supply
respectfnlly Invited to follow the Remains of
his late beloved Wife, Margaret, to the place
of Interment, the RC Portion of the Karrakatta
Cemetery. The Funeral is Appointed to leave
Mr. Donald J. Chipper's Private Mortuary, 844
Hay Street, Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Friday)
AFTERNOON, per Road. Friends wishing to
attend the Funeral may proceed by the 3.30
o'clock train from PERTH.
DONALD J CHIPPER, Funeral Director,
844 Hay Street, PERTH. & at Adelaide Street,
FREMANTLE. Telephone 137.
WRIGHT.-The friends of the late Mr. Daniel
Wright, late of the Eureka Flour Mill, Cot
remains to the place of interment, the Presby
terian Cemetery. Karrakatta. The funeral
O'Deas Private Mortuary. 195 Pier-street.
Perth at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Friday) AFTER.
NOON per road. Friends wishing to attend
the funeral may proceed bv the 3.30 trains
?Births Deaths & Marriages.
GARDINER.—On January 4, at Nurse Smith's,
Highercombe, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Gardiner,
of Busselton—a son. Both well.
PETTIT (nee White).—At York, to Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Pettit—a son. Both well.
TUNNEY.—On December 15, at Nurse Brown's
Private Hospital, Albany, the wife of J. R.
Tunney, Gracefield, near Kojonup—a daugh-
ANTONSEN.—On December 27, at No. 1 Hamp-
ton-road, Mabel Iris Coralie, dearly-beloved
little daughter of John M. and May Antonsen,
aged 2 years and 9 months.
ECCLESTONE.—On January 3, at Northam, after
dearly loved son of William Ecclestone, aged
2 years and 6 months.
GILBERT.—On January 5, at Perth Hospital,
Gilbert, of Worsley, and eldest son of George
Gilbert, North-street, Midland Junction, aged
HENDERSON.—On January 2, 1911, at Parker's-
road, Archibald Joseph, the beloved husband
SHEPHERD.—On January 5, 1911, at Subiaco,
Shepherd, of Goldfields, Water Supply Service,
Cunderdin, W.A.
COWLEY.—In loving memory of my dear hus-
suddenly at Perth, W.A., January 6, 1908;
also Kate, youngest daughter of the above.
But now we find an aching void,
The world can never fill.
—Inserted by his loving wife and children.
life, January 6, 1910, age 57 years 5 months.
The strongest first to fade;
A voice we loved is stilled;
our dear father, William Avery, who died
law, Lizzie, Maud, Harold, and Jim.
HORNE.—In loving memory of our dear hus-
band and father, who departed this life on
January 6, at Coolgardie.
—Inserted by his loving wife and children, A.
Horne, West Midland.
KENNINGTON.—In loving memory of our be-
loved son and brother, William, who departed
this life, January 6, 1910 at Adelaide.
Years may pass away, dear brother,
But your face will never fade,
For we love you just as dearly,
Though you are silent in your grave.
Forget you, no, we never will,
We loved you then, and we love you still;
lovingly linked together,
But oh! the chain is broken now one link has
—Inserted by his loving father and brothers,
Jack and Harry.
THOMSON (nee Pulbrook).—In loving memory of
my beloved daughter, Olive, who passed away
Two long years have come and gone,
Thy face we cannot see,
—Inserted by her loving mother, sister, and
brothers, Em.?, Val., Hazel, Percy, Adrian, James.
Melbourne papers please copy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Antonsen wish to sincerely
THANK Dr. Anderson for his unremitting at-
tention during their late beloved child's ill-
ness; also all friends for their kindness, and
letters and telegrams of sympathy and floral
Mrs. Archibald Henderson, of Parker's-road, ten-
ders her sincere THANKS to her numerous
friends for their kindness to her in her re-
cent sad bereavement; also to Mr. William
Maben, undertaker, of Southern Cross, for the
Mr. A. E. Parry begs to offer his most sincere
THANKS to all friends for their kind sym-
GILBERT.—The friends of the late Henry James
Gilbert, of Worsley, are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the place of inter-
Midland Junction, Cemetery. The funeral is
father (Mr. George Gilbert), of North-street,
Midland Junction, at 4 p.m. THIS (Friday)
FARRALL BROS., Undertakers, Midland
FOREST KING LODGE, I.O.O.F., No. 28?
GILBERT.—Members of the above Branch and of
the residence of Mr. George Gilbert, North-
street, Midland Junction, at 4 p.m. THIS
J. C. PHILLIPS, Sec.
MARTIN.—The friends of the late Mr. Robert
Reginald Martin, late of Midland Junction
and Northam, are respectfully invited to fol-
low his remains to the place of interment,
the Anglican Cemetery, Karrakatta. The
funeral is appointed to leave his late resi-
dence, 58 Jewell-street, East Perth, at 10
o'clock TO-MORROW (Saturday) MORNING,
per road. Friends wishing to attend the
funeral may proceed by the 11 o'clock trains
leaving Perth and Fremantle.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
NAIRN.—The friends of Mr. William Nairn, of
Cardup (Beenup), S.W. Railway, are respect-
to the place of interment, the Methodist por-
tion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The fun-
Perth, at 10 o'clock THIS (Friday) MORN-
844 Hay-street, Perth, and at Ade-
laide-street, Fremantle. Telephone 137.
O'MARA.—The Friends of the late Mr. Cornelius
O'Mara are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the
Roman Catholic Cemetery, East Perth. The
funeral is appointed to leave the Cathedral
of the Immaculate Conception at 10 o'clock
will be celebrated at 9 o'clock.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
PRATLEY.—The friends of the late Mrs. Mar-
garet Pratley are respectfully invited to fol-
low her remains to the place of interment,
the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta.
The funeral is appointed to leave Messrs.
Bowra and O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195
Pier-street, Perth, at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Fri-
day) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wish-
the 3.30 train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
SHEPHERD.—The friends of Mr. Ernest J.
Shepherd (engineer of the Goldfields Water Sup-
ply, No. 3 Pumping Station, Cunderdin), are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of
his late beloved wife, Margaret, to the place
of interment, the Roman Catholic portion of
the Karrakatta Cemetery. The funeral is
appointed to leave Mr. Donald J. Chipper's
Private Mortuary, 844 Hay-street, Perth, at
3 o'clock THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, per
road. Friends wishing to attend the funeral
may proceed by the 3.30 o'clock train from
Perth.
DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Director,
844 Hay-street, Perth. And at Ade-
laide-street, Fremantle. Telephone
WRIGHT.—The friends of the late Mr. Daniel
Wright, late of the Eureka Flour Mill, Cot-
remains to the place of interment, the Presby-
terian Cemetery, Karrakatta. The funeral
O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street,
Perth, at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Friday) AFTER-
NOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend
the funeral may proceed by the 3.30 trains
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 7 January 1911 [Issue No.7,730] page 11 2017-06-29 20:43 NIXEdi AIIAGE8S.
PBOTEST AGAINST PAPAL DECREE.
At Belfat ycJEsirday 6,000 Protestants
held a' meeting and demonstrated agams.
the. Papal decree ccncernig mixed mar
.-Moderator of the Presbyterian
General Ass ably, who presided, said he
did not object- to the Church :of' Rome
guidanee of- its- own' memeras but he
strenuously protested - againt' th" 'Pa
pacy's imposng its laws"upon..Protest
ants. '
The meeting passed a resolution declar
ing that the decree wiuld in a comma
nity like that in .Ireland inciree the
cleavage between Protestants and Catho
lies. It was decided to" reqest, 'the
Irih Unionist members of the -House of
Commons to more in connection with the
matter .an 'amendment to 'the 'Address-in
MIXED MARRIAGES.
PROTEST AGAINST PAPAL DECREE.
At Belfast yesterday 6,000 Protestants
held a meeting and demonstrated against
the Papal decree concerning mixed marriages.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian
General Assembly, who presided, said he
did not object to the Church of Rome
guidance of its own members, but he
strenuously protested against the Pa-
pacy's imposing its laws upon Protest-
ants.
The meeting passed a resolution declar-
ing that the decree would in a commu-
nity like that in Ireland increase the
cleavage between Protestants and Catho-
lics. It was decided to request the
Irish Unionist members of the House of
Commons to move in connection with the
matter an amendment to the Address-in-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 3 January 1911 [Issue No.7,726] page 1 2017-06-29 20:39 ???FUNERAL NOTICES.
DAVIES. .-The .rindte of Mr. Janes Davies, of
'Mitchell, Sons and Blackburn,Pesth, are re
opetfulaly invited to' follow the remains of
his late beloved son. William John, to the
.jKM rae interabent,. lthb' thodist .Cemetery,
" akatt -.Thp. ifunerstl; - 'appointed to
' leave his ridrcer Bli baie-teerri'-Perth;
at 130 oclock T ail u ijueday) A1iEi Ol),
pr-road. Friends .:wising to asttisdhthe
funeral may proeed bythe 33 p-train learing
10erth a n? r . •
HANLEY.--The fidly of the late Mr. Patrick
Joepnlt o the a? of 'the Sewerage Depart
mene are fr spectfolly invited to follow his
remains pto th lace of interment, the Roman
Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The finnetal
is- appootlted-.to leave Messrs Bowra and.
ODea s Private Mortuary, .Ii Pier-street,.
Perth, at 9 t o'clock THIS octteaday)
I-tORM.G, pey r Tr O.-r Friends wishing to
\ attend- the funeral way proceed by the
10,3. train rav in. Pserth. -
ILES.- The friends of the late'rss Alice oles,
late of the Training College Claremont, are
respectfully informed that her remains willt
be. interred in. the Anglicur pertion of the
. ikaitts. Cemetery at 3.20 o'elock THIS
(Tuesday) AFTERNOON.- Friends wishing to
+fm Perth and Fremantle.
SDOAIhJ. CHIPPEpR, Fnal Directo
5• 4 Hay-Eteef, 'Perth.. And at. Ade
1i • e-street - Fremmntle. " Telephone
NAPTHALI.-- The friend- of the late Mrs: Sophia
: Saptbali, of Shen~ s-roosa Claremont, are re
spectfully inrmitedto ollowt her remainrsto the
place of intermeur, the-Cborck- of England'
Sportionr of the Fremantle' Cemetiry. Ther
ltneras isappointed to leare.Merers. Arthur
,E. IDavies and Co.'s, Undertaking Establish
miet, Market-street. Fremantle THIS (Tues
day) .FTEISROON. 3rd inst.. at 3 o'clo"ck "
PURCELL.--The' bieih'i of the?ite"Mr l?esxan
. tu-der. hsif Peeree - sre rep ldtfbllyl._itedt
the Church of Eng. sst portfionr?of the- Frle
ma tJe Cenimere. -. The teral is apppisrte
tb l"?t1ev is Tatf residence, Odtfeilows Hotel
CORINTEIAN LODGE, o. 66 . W.A.C.
the-craft. in. general are respctfully, iqvited
to .follow. -the remains .of onar-.late brather
-' (Alexander- John Purcell) to the place of in
tertoent, - The cortege will leave his late
residence, Oddfellowi ' Hotel,' Fremantle,' at
EDWIN RAF, W.M.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
DAVIES.—The friends of Mr. James Davies, of
Mitchell, Sons and Blackburn, Perth, are re-
spectfully invited to follow the remains of
his late beloved son, William John, to the
place of interment, the Methodist Cemetery,
Karrakatta. The funeral is appointed to
leave his residence, 12 Brisbane-terrace, Perth,
at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON,
per road. Friends wishing to attend the
funeral may proceed by the 3.30 train leaving
Perth.
HANDLEY.—The friends of the late Mr. Patrick
Joseph Handley, late of the Sewerage Depart-
ment, are respectfully invited to follow his
remains to the place of interment, the Roman
Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The funeral
is appointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and
O'Dea's Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street,
Perth, at 9.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Tuesday)
MORNING, per road. Friends wishing to
attend the funeral may proceed by the
10.30 train leaving Perth.
ILES.—The friends of the late Miss Alice Iles,
late of the Training College, Claremont, are
respectfully informed that her remains will
be interred in the Anglican portion of the
Karrakatta Cemetery at 3.20 o'clock THIS
(Tuesday) AFTERNOON. Friends wishing to
from Perth and Fremantle.
DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Director,
844 Hay-street, Perth. And at Ade-
laide-street, Fremantle. Telephone 137.
NAPTHALI.—The friends of the late Mrs. Sophia
Napthali, of Shenton-road, Claremont, are re-
spectfully invited to follow her remains to the
place of interment, the Church of England
portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Arthur
E. Davies and Co.'s Undertaking Establish-
ment, Market-street, Fremantle, THIS (Tues-
day) AFTERNOON, 3rd inst., at 3 o'clock.
PURCELL—The friends of the late Mr. Alexan-
der John Purcell are respectfully invited to
follow his remains to the place of interment,
the Church of England portion of the Fre-
mantle Cemetery. The funeral is appointed
to leave his late residence, Oddfellows' Hotel,
South-terrace, Fremantle, THIS (Tuesday)
MORNING, the 3rd inst., at 11 o'clock.
CORINTHIAN LODGE, No. 66, W.A.C.
the craft in general are respectfully invited
to follow the remains of our late brother
(Alexander John Purcell) to the place of in-
terment. The cortege will leave his late
residence, Oddfellows' Hotel, Fremantle, at
11 a.m.
EDWIN RAY, W.M.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 5 January 1911 [Issue No.7,728] page 1 2017-06-29 20:25 ?BIRTHS and DEATHS. Os. 6d.: MARRIAGES,
,s. each: IN MEMORIAM Notices., 2s. 6d.;
Poetry,, d. per line extra.
rIn order to guard against imposition, notices
of-Births, arrages, and- Deaths must be
ensure nsertion.1
????-Hospital, January 5. 1909 (resulting fromn
lorry accident, December 30o 190), in his
33rd year. Also of Maggie the. beloved wife
of O. A. MeD. Jones, who died at Durban,
- uth Africa. June 14, 1910.
-- Inserted by A. L, f. C., and H. K. Jones.
WALSH.-In loving memory of our dear mother
January 5. 1107, age ,3.
Thy facq we esannot se;
Eut let this little token tell
.-fneerted by her loving daughter and son-in
law, Mary and James Watts and grandeon,
CALHOUN.-The friends of Mr. Arthur Calhoun,
Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tele
phone 433.
CALHOUN.-The members of the above Lodge
COGHLAND.-The friends of the late Miss
to the place of interment, the Roman Catho
lic Cemetery., Karrakatta. The funeral is
appointed to leave the Cathedral of the Im
(Thursday) AFEREtNOON, per road. Friends
by the 3.30 trains leaving Perth and Fre
BOWRA & O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
195 Pier Street, PERTH. TeL 308.
O'MARA - The Friends of the late Mr. Cornelius
O'Mara are respectfully Invited to follow
his Remains to the place of Interment, the
RC Cemetery, East Perth. The Funeral is
Appointed to leave the Cathedral of the
Immaculate Conception at 10 o'clock
TOMORROW (Friday) MORNING. A Requiem
Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock.
BOWRA & O'D&A, Undertakers,
195 Pier Street, PERTH. Tel. 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.]
Hospital, January 5, 1909 (resulting from
lorry accident, December 30, 1909), in his
33rd year. Also of Maggie, the beloved wife
of O?. A. McD. Jones, who died at Durban,
South Africa, June 14, 1910.
—Inserted by A. L., M. C., and H. K. Jones.
WALSH.—In loving memory of our dear mother
January 5, 1907, age 72.
Thy face we cannot see;
But let this little token tell
—Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-
law, Mary and James Watts and grandson,
CALHOUN.—The friends of Mr. Arthur Calhoun,
Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Tele-
phone 438.
CALHOUN.—The members of the above Lodge
COGHLAND.—The friends of the late Miss
to the place of interment, the Roman Catho-
lic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The funeral is
appointed to leave the Cathedral of the Im-
(Thursday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends
by the 3.30 trains leaving Perth and Fre-
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
O'MARA.—The Friends of the late Mr. Cornelius
O'Mara are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the
Roman Catholic Cemetery, East Perth. The
funeral is appointed to leave the Cathedral
of the Immaculate Conception at 10 o'clock
TO-MORROW (Friday) MORNING. A Re-
quiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 5 January 1911 [Issue No.7,728] page 1 2017-06-29 19:55 BIRTHS and DEATHS. Os. 6d.: MARRIAGES,
McGANN.-On January 3. 1911, to Mr. and Mrs.
McGann, W.A.G Railways, of 170 Hubble
street-- son. Both well
GOSS—BARNETT.—On December 26, at Bagot
Goss, R.H. Artillery, and the late Mrs. Goss.
COGHLAND.-On January 4, at Sublaco, Cathe-
rine Mary (Kitty), beloved eldest.daughter of
Mrs. S. Finlay. of the Nedlands Hotel, for-
NAPTHALI.-On January 2, 1911, at Subiaco,
Sophia, relict of the late Joseph Napthall.
BURNETT.-In fond and loving memory of my
dear wife and mother, .who died at 43 RpEa
sell-street, Fremantle, January 5, 1908, argd
30 years.
But in grief we must bend to God's holy will';
-Inserted by her loving husband and daugh
ter, Robert and Alice Burnett, Eastern and
home papers please copy..
BYFIELD.-In fond and loving memory of my
life at Mundaring on January 3, 1910.
A loving son from us has gone,
-Inserted by her loving husband and family.
CLINTON.-In memory of W. J. Clinton, who
pasaed away at Day, Dawn, January 5, 1908.
CLINTON.-In loving remembranre of my dear
brother. Wieim John Clinton, who de
pr:,ed this life at Day Dawn. January 5,
-Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. H. Clinton, junr.
DONALDSON.-In loving memory of our dear
father, John Dansldson, who departed this
-Inserted by his loving children, Jack, Beg.,
please' copy.
JONES.- In rMd and loving memory of Percy
Alfred McDonough, second soa of A. L. and
M. C. Jones, who died at the Perth Publio
-Hospital, January 5. 1909 (resulting fromn
?BIRTHS and DEATHS. Os. 6d.: MARRIAGES,
McGANN.—On January 3, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs.
McGann, W.A.G. Railways, of 170 Hubble-
street—a son. Both well.
GOSS—BARNETT.—On December 26, at Bagot-
Goss, R.H. Artillery, and the late Mrs. Goss,
COGHLAND.—On January 4, at Subiaco, Cathe-
rine Mary (Kitty), beloved eldest daughter of
Mrs. A. Finlay, of the Nedlands Hotel, for-
NAPTHALI.—On January 2, 1911, at Subiaco,
Sophia, relict of the late Joseph Napthali,
BURNETT.—In fond and loving memory of my
dear wife and mother, who died at 45 Rus-
sell-street, Fremantle, January 5, 1908, aged
34 years.
But in grief we must bend to God's holy will;
—Inserted by her loving husband and daugh-
ter, Robert and Alice Burnett. Eastern and
home papers please copy.
BYFIELD.—In fond and loving memory of my
life at Mundaring on January 5, 1910.
A loving one from us has gone,
—Inserted by her loving husband and family.
CLINTON.—In memory of W. J. Clinton, who
passed away at Day Dawn, January 5, 1908.
CLINTON.—In loving remembrance of my dear
brother, William John Clinton, who de-
parted this life at Day Dawn, January 5, 1908.
—Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. H. Clinton, junr.
DONALDSON.—In loving memory of our dear
father, John Donaldson, who departed this
—Inserted by his loving children, Jack, Reg.,
please copy.
JONES.—In sad and loving memory of Percy
Alfred McDonough, second son of A. L. and
M. C. Jones, who died at the Perth Public
????-Hospital, January 5. 1909 (resulting fromn
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 4 January 1911 [Issue No.7,727] page 1 2017-06-29 19:49 Thomas Bowen, who died January 4, 1908?.
Thomas Bowen, who died January 4, 1908.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 4 January 1911 [Issue No.7,727] page 1 2017-06-29 19:48 [In order to guard against impostion, notices
Public Hospital, of typhoid fever. Patrick
Thomas Bowen, who died January 4, 1905.
GAME.--In fond and loving memory of my dear
137,
[In order to guard against imposition, notices
Public Hospital, of typhoid fever, Patrick
Thomas Bowen, who died January 4, 1908?.
GAME.—In fond and loving memory of my dear
137.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 3 January 1911 [Issue No.7,726] page 1 2017-06-29 19:44 each ; e.' 'ach MD(;e.OHL Cr oetires, 2.:6.;;?.
e e -try; 6d per line extr a.
[p nn order t o :guard a Iansh impositi , notics
of Birtha , aIrrir ge?, , and Deaths must be
e a.thenticated?h? i some respectable persao to
ensure lzsserti~ ad
BIRTHS.
CASS.-On December. 2, 1910, at Kiatanning,
Abrt Cosn, ags 36 (brotthr of Berry Caas).
'. le asoeep after.' a protracted iliness,
S humbly truistingm in the Lord Jesur Christ for
salvatsin.
NAPTHALI -- On January 8, 1911, at Subiaco,
ATKINSON..-InaT e.ri?lst ' 3 g .memory of our
dear . father, .Jsapie ?buirn,- who 'departed
this life at -Ioe mba. t'il Railway, on
Drcembr.. 31, 1..-.. j;?,i . p .?
. painful shoc, a; dreadfa l blowa
Oh. father dearest, we miss, yout so;
Our loss ii great. wtl not comnplin.
I But trust 'in God to. meet again.
-Inrted by his loving 'on, nd daughter in
la., Mditland and A Atkinon,
STONE.-In Ting-m~mor of imy dear. wfe and
aur mother, ?? .eStone, who died January 3,
A lcving one from us- has gpnc-
There is a vrcancyint our home
That neier can be filled.
-inerted by her loving husband and family.
BOWRItA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 190
SPiersatreet; Pth. Tel; 308.
BOWRA aid O'DEA .Ui?dertakers, 195
S Pier-street,. Perth. "Tel:.30.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under
takers, Market-street, Premantle(Tel.
S225), and opposite. the Railway Sta.
. .. tion. Claremaunt- (el 117)- .::'
ARTHUR E DAVIES and- CO.,- Under
223); and opposite the _Raillway:Sts
ion. Clareimont (Tel; 177).
PURCELL--The brethrdn f the ahove Loige'and
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.]
son, Esq., of Diamond Creek, Victoria, to
CASS.—On December 27, 1910, at Katanning,
Albert Cass, aged 36 (brother of Berry Cass).
Fallen asleep after a protracted illness,
humbly trusting in the Lord Jesus Christ for
salvation.
NAPTHALI.—On January 2, 1911, at Subiaco,
Sophia, relict of the late Joseph Napthali,
IN MEMORIAM.
ATKINSON.—In sad but loving memory of our
dear father, James Atkinson, who departed
this life at Mogumba, Midland Railway, on
December 31, 1908.
A painful shock, a dreadful blow,
Oh, father dearest, we miss you so;
Our loss is great, we'll not complain,
But trust in God to meet again.
—Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-
law, Maitland and A. Atkinson.
STONE.—In loving memory of my dear wife and
our mother, Mary Stone, who died January 3, 1906.?
A loving one from us has gone,
There is a vacancy in our home
That never can be filled.
—Inserted by her loving husband and family.
???FUNERAL NOTICES.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-street, Fremantle (Tel.
225), and opposite the Railway Sta-
tion, Claremont (Tel. 177).
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-street, Fremantle (Tel.
225), and opposite the Railway Sta-
tion, Claremont (Tel. 177).
PURCELL.—The brethren of the above Lodge and
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 2 January 1911 [Issue No.7,725] page 1 2017-06-29 19:25 died at Melbourne, January 2, 1900?, dearly
died at Melbourne, January 2, 1900, dearly

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