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1 JohnWarren 4,413,806
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,171
3 noelwoodhouse 2,882,665
4 annmanley 2,236,383
5 John.F.Hall 2,112,815
...
591 kennor 54,218
592 rhwm 54,216
593 colincaldwell 54,164
594 jagoe 54,160
595 Greybeard 53,974
596 lenmakin 53,757

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April 2017 10,772
March 2017 11,039
February 2017 18,273
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1 JohnWarren 4,413,775
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,171
3 noelwoodhouse 2,882,665
4 annmanley 2,236,313
5 John.F.Hall 2,112,810
...
590 rhwm 54,216
591 kennor 54,212
592 colincaldwell 54,164
593 jagoe 54,160
594 Greybeard 53,974
595 sandygibb 53,730

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April 2017 10,772
March 2017 11,039
February 2017 18,273
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Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 25 November 1909 [Issue No.7,384] page 1 2017-04-27 02:41 land oh ft es s o iard to think you could not
-Inserted -y his loving sister and brother-n-.
law Lucy and Albert; niece and nephew, iolet
FDNE3BAI? NOTICES.
John Cuisa, signwriter. late of 6?2 Beaufort
street, Perth, are respectfully invited to fol
low his. remains to the place of interment,
the Congregational portion of'the Karrakatts
Cemetery. •- The t?neral- is appointed to
leave his Jate.residence, 643 Deaufort-street,
AFTERNOON. per road. Friends wishing
to attend the 'uneral may prbeeed by the
3.30 d'londk trfin from Perth.
' DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Director,
841 Hay-st., Perth; and at Adelaide
. qt., .Freuitle. Tel..137.
OONEY.-Thoe Friends of Mr. W. J. Rooney
the plae ?f 'infe'rment, the Anglican Come
tery, Karrakatta, The Funeral is appointed
Claremont. at 3.30 o'clock THIS iThursdy)
3.30 train eaving'Perth, and the 3.25 leaving
Premantle.
BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers, 195
Pier-sv., Perth. Tel. 30.
ROGERS.-The Friends of Mr. N. J. Rogers are
the place of interment, the Wesleyan Ceme
tery, Guildford The Funeral will leave
A. Dougls Jones and Co., Guildford, at 11
A DOUGLAS JONES and CO.. Under.
takers, Guildford And Midland Juneo
BTODDART.--The Friends of Mr. James Stoddart
of his latedearly-beloved son. William James
The Funeral is appointed to leave his resi
dence, No. 175 Sewell-street, East Fremantle.
THIS (Thursday) MORNLNG, the 25th rmst.,
at 10.30 o'eIock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under
takers, Market-st., Fremantle. Tel
T?HOMAS.-The Friends of Mr. D. H. Thomas
of the G.P.O., Perth are respectfully invited
to follow the remamins of his late beloved
infant daughter, Marie, to the place of inter.
ment, the Baptist Cemetery. Karrakatta.
The Funeral is appointed to leave his resi
dence. 134 Brisbane-street Perth at 2.30
may proceed ry the 3.30 train leaving Perh
BOWtA. and 0 DEA. Undertakers, 153
Pisr-st., Perth. TeL 308.
And oh ft es s o iard to think you could not
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-
law, Lucy and Albert; niece and nephew, iolet
FUNERAL NOTICES.
John Cuisa, signwriter. late of 6?2 Beaufort-
street, Perth, are respectfully invited to fol-
low his remains to the place of interment,
the Congregational portion of the Karrakatta
Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to
leave his late residence, 643 Deaufort-street,
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,
841 Hay-st., Perth; and at Adelaide-
st., Fremantle. Tel. 137.
ROONEY.—The Friends of Mr. W. J. Rooney
the place of interment, the Anglican Ceme-
tery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed
Claremont, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Thursday)
3.30 train leaving Perth, and the 3.25 leaving
Fremantle.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-st., Perth. Tel. 308.
ROGERS.—The Friends of Mr. N. J. Rogers are
the place of interment, the Wesleyan Ceme-
tery, Guildford. The Funeral will leave
A. Douglas Jones and Co., Guildford, at 11
A DOUGLAS JONES and CO., Under-
?takers, Guildford And Midland Junc-
STODDART.—The Friends of Mr. James Stoddart
of his late dearly-beloved son, William James,
The Funeral is appointed to leave his resi-
dence, No. 175 Sewell-street, East Fremantle,
THIS (Thursday) MORNING, the 25th inst.,
at 10.30 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-st., Fremantle. Tel. 225.
THOMAS.—The Friends of Mr. D. H. Thomas
of the G.P.O., Perth, are respectfully invited
to follow the remains of his late beloved
infant daughter, Marie, to the place of inter-
ment, the Baptist Cemetery, Karrakatta.
The Funeral is appointed to leave his resi-
dence, 134 Brisbane-street Perth at 2.30
may proceed by the 3.30 train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-st., Perth. Tel. 308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 25 November 1909 [Issue No.7,384] page 1 2017-04-27 01:44 BIrEHS LEAB RIAGES AND
IN MEMOEIAM.
BOLT.-In sad and loving memory of dear
November 23. 1903.
I miss you and .mourn you in silence unseen,
And think ef the days that once hate been;
"me.
-Inserted by her sorrowing son and daugh
tar-in-law, J. Y. and M. Lawrence.
McBRIDE.-In loving memory of our dear sister
Agnes McBride. who departed this life on
-Inserted by her loving brother and sister,
SCOTT.-In fond and loving memory of our
beloved son, George, who was' accidentally
25, 1907. aged 23 years.
That he is .dead; he is just away.
With a cheery smile and a wave of thehand,
And you. oh you, who yildiy yearn.
For the 'well-known step, and the glad return.
He is not dead; -he is just away.
-Inserted by his sorrowing parents, _.ster
auby, brother' Sid: Harry, and Fred Scott.
BCOTF.-In fond and loving memory of my
dear brother George, who was accidentally
25, 1907. aged 23 years.
It made me weep and sigh; .
Two- loong-yeare have. come and gone,
Thy .face. L.cannot see; .
I still ri?member thee.
-Inserted by his affectionate sister, Ethel.
CO0T.--In" fond and .loving memory of our
25, 1907. aged 23 years.
iso loved ones stood around him to bid a fond
bo word -of somfort -oonud he leave to those he
loved.so .well .
us weep gnd sigh.
?BIrEHS LEAB RIAGES AND
IN MEMORIAM.
BOLT.—In sad and loving memory of dear
November 25, 1908.
I miss you and mourn you in silence unseen,
And think of the days that once have been;
me.
—Inserted by her sorrowing son and daugh-
ter-in-law, J. V. and M. Lawrence.
McBRIDE.—In loving memory of our dear sister,
Agnes McBride, who departed this life on
—Inserted by her loving brother and sister,
SCOTT.—In fond and loving memory of our
beloved son, George, who was accidentally
25, 1907, aged 23 years.
That he is dead; he is just away.
With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand,
And you, oh you, who wildly yearn,
For the well-known step, and the glad return.
He is not dead; he is just away.
—Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sister
Ruby, brothers Sid, Harry, and Fred Scott.
SCOTT.—In fond and loving memory of my
dear brother, George, who was accidentally
25, 1907, aged 23 years.
It made me weep and sigh;
Two long years have come and gone,
Thy face I cannot see;
I still remember thee.
—Inserted by his affectionate sister, Ethel.
SCOTT.—In fond and loving memory of our
25, 1907, aged 23 years.
No loved ones stood around him to bid a fond
No word of comfort could he leave to those he
loved so well.
?us weep gnd sigh.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 23 November 1909 [Issue No.7,382] page 1 2017-04-27 01:33 ?ADDISON.—In loving memory of our dear
daughter, Jena Pollock, who departed this
We miss yon and mourn you in silence unseen,
-Inserted by htr loving mother and father,
J and J. Addison.
granddaughter Doris May Hodgkinson, who
and youngest child. Hedley, who was acci-
dentally burnt at Port Pirie, S.A. on
November 23, 19CS age 7 years and 11
months, late of Kasamund, W.A.
But oh! a brighter home than purs,
November 23, 106. at BJ Chatsworth-road,
ters and telegrams of sympathy and cont
ndole , alfor floral tributes received
Dr. McNeil, Constable McCermack, and M-.
follow the remains of his late dearl]y-meoved
daughter, ?orah, to the place of interment,
dence, corner Amherst-r?a and Pitt-street,
ADDISON.—In loving memory of our dear
daughter, Jean Pollock, who departed this
We miss you and mourn you in silence unseen,
—Inserted by her loving mother and father,
J. and J. Addison.
granddaughter, Doris May Hodgkinson, who
and youngest child, Hedley, who was acci-
dentally burnt at Port Pirie, S.A., on
November 23, 1908, age 7 years and 11
months, late of Kalamunda, W.A.
But oh! a brighter home than ours,
November 23, 1906, at 29 Chatsworth-road,
ters and telegrams of sympathy and cond-
dolence, also for floral tributes received
Dr. McNeil, Constable McCormack, and Mr.
follow the remains of his late dearly-beloved
daughter, Norah, to the place of interment,
dence, corner Amherst-road and Pitt-street,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 22 November 1909 [Issue No.7,381] page 1 2017-04-27 01:28 ?Sadly I miss her each day.
dence of Mr. W. J. ILHardy No. 3 Victoria-
NOON, the End inst., at 4 o'clock.
takers, Market-st., Fremantle. Tel. 225
his lato beloved wife to the place of inter-
is appointed to leave Mr. ltsw-"s residence
THIS DAY Midland Junction, at 3 p.m.
?THIS DAY.
will leave Bro. Rowe's residence, Frederie
A. R. DAVIDSON, Secretary
Cemetery Karrakatta. The Funerai is ap-
Undertaking Establishment. 195 Pier-street.
the Funeral may proceed by the ?.30
Sadly I miss her each day.
dence of Mr. W. J. Hardy, No. 89 Victoria-
NOON, the 22nd inst., at 4 o'clock.
takers, Market-st., Fremantle. Tel. 225.
his late beloved wife to the place of inter-
is appointed to leave Mr. Rowe's residence
Frederic-street, Midland Junction, at 3 p.m.
THIS DAY.
will leave Bro. Rowe's residence, Frederic-
A. R. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
Cemetery Karrakatta. The Funeral is ap-
Undertaking Establishment, 195 Pier-street,
the Funeral may proceed by the 3.30
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 24 November 1909 [Issue No.7,383] page 1 2017-04-27 00:41 3lrths at Deaths, Mar ra; ersas. sa ck:
O'LEARY.-On November 17, at 93 Beanfort
GODDARD.-In fond remembrance of our dear
friend, rora Grace Goddard, who departed
this life November 24, 1906.
All pensive memories as we journey en.
--Inserted by her fellow-.workers, L. F., 1. S.,
GODDARD.-In loving memory of my dear
friend. Dora, who died in Perth Novemb r
~., 1908.
-Inserted by her loving friend, Emily Stone
GODDARD.-In loving memory of Dora Grace
-Insaerted by the members of the Victoria
HOUSE.-In loving memory of Ruby, who died
-Inserted by their losing mother, brother and
-Inserted by her sorrowing mother, H.
- Money-etkeet; Perth, November 24, 1907.
-Inserted by her ever-loving brothers and
SCOTT.-In loving memory of our dear father,
SBEEEAVEMENT NOTICE.
HAMILTON.-The Friends of the late Mrs.
George Hamilton, of Perth, W.A., are re
the place of interment, the Presbyterian por_
eson-in-law, Mr. Edward Ward. 306 Bnlwer
strast,Perth. at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Wednes
day) AFTEKSOON.
DONA.LD J. CHIPPER, Foneral Director
844 HRy-st., Perth and at Adelaide:
st:, Fremantle. Tel. 137.
LIDDELL.-The Friends of Mr. Charles F. J.
Liddell are respeotfully invited to follow
the remains of his late beloved son, Erio
*Wlliam, to the place of interment the Ang.
liran Cemetery. Karraatta. The Funeral
is appointed to leave his residence, 33 Wel
ligton-street Perth, at 2.30 o'clock TIsS
(WFednesday) AFI'ERNOON, per road. Friends
wishing to attend the Funeral miy proceed
by the 3.30 train leavine Perth.
BOW~RA and O'D.A, Undertakers, 113
Peir-st. Perth. Tel. 306.
SHAW.-The Friends of the late Mr. Alexander
Shaw, chief engineer s0s. Satara, ar respect
place of interment, the Fremmantle Cemetery.
The Funeral is appointed to leave Meows.
Arthur E. Davies and Co.'s Underiaking
Estblishment, MLarket-street, Fremanle,
THIS fWedaesday) MORNING, the O2th
inst., st 9 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and 00., Under
tlkers, Market-st, Fremantle. Tel.
?3lrths at Deaths, Mar ra; ersas. sa ck:
?O'LEARY.-On November 17, at 93 Beanfort
?GODDARD.—In fond remembrance of our dear
friend, Dora Grace Goddard, who departed
this life November 24, 1908.
All pensive memories as we journey on,
—Inserted by her fellow-.workers, L. F., 1. S.,
GODDARD.—In loving memory of my dear
friend, Dora, who died in Perth, November
24, 1908.
—Inserted by her loving friend, Emily Stone
GODDARD.—In loving memory of Dora Grace
—Inserted by the members of the Victoria
HOUSE.—In loving memory of Ruby, who died
—Inserted by their losing mother, brother and
—Inserted by her sorrowing mother, H.
Money-street; Perth, November 24, 1907.
—Inserted by her ever-loving brothers and
SCOTT.—In loving memory of our dear father,
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.
HAMILTON.—The Friends of the late Mrs.
George Hamilton, of Perth, W.A., are re-
the place of interment, the Presbyterian por-
son-in-law, Mr. Edward Ward. 306 Bulwer-
street, Perth, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Wednes-
day) AFTERNOON.
DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Director,
844 Hay-st., Perth and at Adelaide-
st., Fremantle. Tel. 137.
LIDDELL.—The Friends of Mr. Charles F. J.
Liddell are respectfully invited to follow
the remains of his late beloved son, Eri
William, to the place of interment, the Ang-
lican Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Funeral
is appointed to leave his residence, 33 Wel-
ligton-street Perth, at 2.30 o'clock THIS
(Wednesday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends
wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed
by the 3.30 train leaving Perth.
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Peir-st. Perth. Tel. 308.
SHAW.—The Friends of the late Mr. Alexander
Shaw, chief engineer s0s. Satara, are respect-
place of interment, the Fremantle Cemetery.
The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs.
Arthur E. Davies and Co.'s Undertaking
Establishment, Market-street, Fremantle,
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, the O2th
inst., at 9 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-st, Fremantle. Tel.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 22 November 1909 [Issue No.7,381] page 1 2017-04-26 23:54 ?BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 23 November 1909 [Issue No.7,382] page 1 2017-04-26 23:54 BIRTHS MIA&RRIAGES AND
Birth.: a Deaths, :s. 6d.; Marriages, 5e. each:
In Memoriam Notices s. 6d.; poetry. 6d
per line -ztra
fha order to guard aganst munposition, notices
of Births Marriages. and Deaths must be
authenticated by .ome respectable person to
ensure their m-ertion 1
PBRASER.-On November Ii, 1909. at Claremont,
WA., suddenly. William Fraser, s?ur., the
dearly-beloved husband of Elint Fraser. of
16 Stirling-street, Perth, W.A. and father
of Rockhampton, Queensland)., aged 61 years.
IN 1EMORIAM.
ADDISON.-In loving memory of our dear
, And dwell on memories of days that have been;
HODGKINSON.-In loving memory of my little
-Inserted by her loving grandma and uncle,
KITE.--In sad and loving memory of our dear
and youngest child. Hedley, who was acci
S months, late of Kasamund, W.A.
But oh I a brighter home than purs,
-Inserted by his loving parents, A and J.
LEW IS.--I loving memory of Mary Agnes
.ovember 23, 106. at BJ Chatsworth-road,
Perth, and was interred at Karrakatta Ceme
tery, on Saturday, November. 24, 1906.
-Inserted by B.W.L.
Mrs Eliza Fraser, of 16 Stirling-street, Perth,
and Mr. Alex. Fraaer, of Fremantle, wish
to THANK their many kind friends for let
' t?c and tele' ams of sympathy and cont
ndole , alfor floral tributes receivred
during their tate sad bereavement; also to
Karl Fink, all of Claremont, for their kind
FIUNERAL NOTICE.
BAltRR-The Friends of Mr Thomas Barry, late
daughter, ?orah, to the place of interment.
the oman Catholic portion of the Guildford.
Cemetery. TheFunernl will leave his resi
Sdeuce, corner Amherst-r?a and Pitt-street,
West Milland, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Tecs.
.day) s ?TENOON.
A. DOC LAS JONES and CO., Under
akers, Guildford and Midland Jnc
tion. TeL 21 Gtildford.
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 their insertion.]
FRASER.—On November 14, 1909, at Claremont,
W.A., suddenly, William Fraser, senr., the
dearly-beloved husband of Eliza Fraser, of
16 Stirling-street, Perth, W.A., and father
of Rockhampton, Queensland), aged 61 years.
IN MEMORIAM.
?ADDISON.—In loving memory of our dear
And dwell on memories of days that have been;
HODGKINSON.—In loving memory of my little
—Inserted by her loving grandma and uncle,
KITE.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
and youngest child. Hedley, who was acci-
months, late of Kasamund, W.A.
But oh! a brighter home than purs,
—Inserted by his loving parents, A and J.
LEWIS.—In loving memory of Mary Agnes
November 23, 106. at BJ Chatsworth-road,
Perth, and was interred at Karrakatta Ceme-
tery, on Saturday, November 24, 1906.
—Inserted by B.W.L.
Mrs. Eliza Fraser, of 16 Stirling-street, Perth,
and Mr. Alex. Fraser, of Fremantle, wish
to THANK their many kind friends for let-
ters and telegrams of sympathy and cont
ndole , alfor floral tributes received
during their late sad bereavement; also to
Karl Fink, all of Claremont, for their kindness.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
BARRY.—The Friends of Mr Thomas Barry, late
daughter, ?orah, to the place of interment,
the Roman Catholic portion of the Guildford
Cemetery. The Funeral will leave his resi-
dence, corner Amherst-r?a and Pitt-street,
West Midland, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (Tues-
day) AFTERNOON.
A. DOUGLAS JONES and CO., Under-
takers, Guildford and Midland Junc-
tion. Tel. 21 Guildford.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 22 November 1909 [Issue No.7,381] page 1 2017-04-26 23:45 DALTON.-On November 20, at 46 Tuckfield-
GREEN.-On November 20, at Nurse Smith's,
HAWKE—DAY.-On November 17, at St. John's
younger daughter of T. H. Day, Fremantle.
NEWMAN.-On the 18th inst., at his residence,
TRESIDDER.—On November 16, 1909 at his
daughter's residence. Bayview-road, Burwood,
Moore, Burwood. and of Frances Tresidder,
WHYTE.-On November 20 at Perth, Frederick
Whyte, late of Maitland, New South Wales.
and nephew of the Hon. Jams Nixon
Brunker. of West Maitland. aged 33 years.
?HOWLETT.—In loving memory of Elizabeth
ber 22, ?
and son-in-law, William Chesesm.
at Fremantle on November '°, 1907.
Sadly I miss her each day.
DALTON.—On November 20, at 46 Tuckfield-
GREEN.—On November 20, at Nurse Smith's,
HAWKE—DAY.—On November 17, at St. John's
youngest daughter of T. H. Day, Fremantle.
NEWMAN.—On the 18th inst., at his residence,
TRESIDDER.—On November 16, 1909, at his
daughter's residence, Bayview-road, Burwood,
Moore, Burwood, and of Frances Tresidder,
WHYTE.—On November 20, at Perth, Frederick
Whyte, late of Maitland, New South Wales,
and nephew, of the Hon. James Nixon
Brunker, of West Maitland, aged 33 years.
HOWLETT.—In loving memory of Elizabeth
ber 22, 1901.
and son-in-law, William Chessum.
at Fremantle on November 22, 1907.
?Sadly I miss her each day.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 22 November 1909 [Issue No.7,381] page 1 2017-04-26 23:39 BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND
WHYTE.-On November 20 at Perth. Frederick
Whyte. late of Maitland, New South Wales.
HOWLETT.-In loving memory of Elizabeth
Howlett, who died at Lake-street on Novem
her t2. 19S0L
-Inerted ly her daughters, Mary and Annie,
and son-in-law. William Chesesm.
LEDDEN --In loving remembrance of my dear
mother. Mar;garet Ledden. who died suddenly
at Fremanttle on November '°, 1907.
-Inserted by her loving daughter, Kitty.
LOGAN.-The Friends of the late Miss Eleanor
Jane Logan, idaughter of Mr. Donald George
Logan. are respectfully invited to follow her
remains to the place of interment, the Wes
leyna portion of the PFremantle Cemetery.
The Funeral is appointed to leave the reei
dence of Mr. W. J. ILHardy No. 3 Victoris
road, Fremantle. THIS (Mionday) AFTER
SOON. the End inst., at 4 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under
takers. Market-st., Fremantle. Tel.
LYON.-The Friends of Mr. John McMurray
Lyon, market gardener of Jandakot, are re
spetfunlly invited to follow the remains. of
his late be!ored son. Mr. Bertie Harold
of Engiand portion of the Frenatle Ceme
residence of his son-in-law. Mr. T. R. Free
man. No. 85 Mondurah-road. South Freman.
tie, THIS (Mondayl MORNING, the 22nd
inst.. at 10.30 o'clock.
ARTHUR F.. DAVIES and CO., Under
takers. Market-st., Freomantle. Tel.
ROWE.-The Friends of Mr. Wm. Rowe are re-
his lato beloved wife to the place of inter
ment the Congregational portion of the
in ialointed to leave Mr. ltsw-"s reesvinee
THINt DAt. Midland Junction, at 3 p.m.
TRI.4 DAY
FARKALL BROS. Undertakers. The
Crescent, Midland. Telephone 84 Mid.
ROWE.-The Members of the above are invited
wife of Bro. William Rowe to the place fI
intermrt. the Congregationl portion oe
will leave Bro. Rowe's residlace. Frederie
stroet, Midland Jnnction, at 3 p.m. THIS
DAT.
WHYTE.-The Friends of the late Mr. Frederick
Whyte, late of Maitland. New South Wales.
to the place of interment the Anglican
pointed to leave Mesrs. Bawon and O'Deeas
at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTER
NOON,. per road. Friends wishing to attend
train leaving Perth, and the 3.25 learving
BOWRA and O'DEA. Undertakers, 195
Pier-st. Perth Tel. 30S.
?BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND
WHYTE.-On November 20 at Perth, Frederick
Whyte, late of Maitland, New South Wales.
?HOWLETT.—In loving memory of Elizabeth
Howlett, who died at Lake-street on Novem-
ber 22, ?
—Inserted by her daughters, Mary and Annie,
and son-in-law, William Chesesm.
LEDDEN.—In loving remembrance of my dear
mother, Margaret Ledden, who died suddenly
at Fremantle on November '°, 1907.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, Kitty.
LOGAN.—The Friends of the late Miss Eleanor
Jane Logan, daughter of Mr. Donald George
Logan, are respectfully invited to follow her
remains to the place of interment, the Wes-
leyan portion of the Fremantle Cemetery.
The Funeral is appointed to leave the resi-
dence of Mr. W. J. ILHardy No. 3 Victoria-
road, Fremantle, THIS (Monday) AFTER-
NOON, the End inst., at 4 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-st., Fremantle. Tel. 225
LYON.—The Friends of Mr. John McMurray
Lyon, market gardener of Jandakot, are re-
spectfully invited to follow the remains of
his late beloved son, Mr. Bertie Harold
of England portion of the Fremantle Ceme-
residence of his son-in-law, Mr. T. R. Free-
man, No. 85 Mandurah-road, South Freman-
tle, THIS (Monday) MORNING, the 22nd
inst., at 10.30 o'clock.
ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under-
takers, Market-st., Fremantle. Tel. 225.
ROWE.—The Friends of Mr. Wm. Rowe are re-
his lato beloved wife to the place of inter-
ment, the Congregational portion of the
is appointed to leave Mr. ltsw-"s residence
THIS DAY Midland Junction, at 3 p.m.
?THIS DAY.
FARRALL BROS., Undertakers, The
Crescent, Midland. Telephone 84 Mid-
ROWE.—The Members of the above are invited
wife of Bro. William Rowe to the place of
interment, the Congregational portion of
will leave Bro. Rowe's residence, Frederie
street, Midland Junction, at 3 p.m. THIS
DAY.
WHYTE.—The Friends of the late Mr. Frederick
Whyte, late of Maitland, New South Wales,
to the place of interment, the Anglican
pointed to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Dea's
at 2.30 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTER-
NOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend
train leaving Perth, and the 3.25 leaving
BOWRA and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195
Pier-st. Perth. Tel. 308.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 20 November 1909 [Issue No.7,380] page 1 2017-04-26 23:39 o'clock THlS Saturday AFTERNOON, per
LUKIES.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
ral is appointed to leave their residence No.
proceed by the 3.D train Ieaving Perth.
WATTS.—The Friends of the Iate Mr. ?
o'clock THlS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, per
LUKIES.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
ral is appointed to leave their residence, No.
proceed by the 3.30 train leaving Perth.
WATTS.—The Friends of the late Mr. Samuel

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