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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,787,058
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,264
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,277
...
17 kayoung 1,437,654
18 arthurfraser 1,432,721
19 RogerE 1,381,904
20 andrewhawthorneast 1,270,687
21 JanMcDonald 1,217,723
22 mrbh 1,215,866

1,270,687 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 23,638
September 2019 31,680
August 2019 31,073
July 2019 26,803
June 2019 25,632
May 2019 26,249
April 2019 34,547
March 2019 28,813
February 2019 36,454
January 2019 44,341
December 2018 38,567
November 2018 35,838
October 2018 29,238
September 2018 36,680
August 2018 25,304
July 2018 34,511
June 2018 27,263
May 2018 30,305
April 2018 28,702
March 2018 26,597
February 2018 26,682
January 2018 18,126
December 2017 25,302
November 2017 9,299
October 2017 5,209
September 2017 16,435
August 2017 25,310
July 2017 23,556
June 2017 20,082
May 2017 11,944
April 2017 18,191
March 2017 16,862
February 2017 17,594
January 2017 3,696
December 2016 10,466
November 2016 21,088
October 2016 14,567
September 2016 18,603
August 2016 19,116
July 2016 15,074
June 2016 27,337
May 2016 23,160
April 2016 22,933
March 2016 23,011
February 2016 16,435
January 2016 19,114
December 2015 18,420
November 2015 8,965
October 2015 26,288
September 2015 22,752
August 2015 29,979
July 2015 22,445
June 2015 11,099
May 2015 6,432
April 2015 13,960
March 2015 7,196
February 2015 1,217
December 2014 257
April 2014 9,880
March 2014 370

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,786,856
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,006
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,276,243
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,264
...
17 kayoung 1,436,941
18 arthurfraser 1,432,721
19 RogerE 1,381,904
20 andrewhawthorneast 1,270,647
21 JanMcDonald 1,217,695
22 mrbh 1,215,818

1,270,647 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 23,638
September 2019 31,680
August 2019 31,073
July 2019 26,803
June 2019 25,632
May 2019 26,249
April 2019 34,547
March 2019 28,813
February 2019 36,454
January 2019 44,341
December 2018 38,563
November 2018 35,838
October 2018 29,238
September 2018 36,680
August 2018 25,304
July 2018 34,499
June 2018 27,258
May 2018 30,305
April 2018 28,702
March 2018 26,595
February 2018 26,682
January 2018 18,126
December 2017 25,293
November 2017 9,299
October 2017 5,201
September 2017 16,435
August 2017 25,310
July 2017 23,556
June 2017 20,082
May 2017 11,944
April 2017 18,191
March 2017 16,862
February 2017 17,594
January 2017 3,696
December 2016 10,466
November 2016 21,088
October 2016 14,567
September 2016 18,603
August 2016 19,116
July 2016 15,074
June 2016 27,337
May 2016 23,160
April 2016 22,933
March 2016 23,011
February 2016 16,435
January 2016 19,114
December 2015 18,420
November 2015 8,965
October 2015 26,288
September 2015 22,752
August 2015 29,979
July 2015 22,445
June 2015 11,099
May 2015 6,432
April 2015 13,960
March 2015 7,196
February 2015 1,217
December 2014 257
April 2014 9,880
March 2014 370

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,437
2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
745 Macdon1pri2 41
746 rjcarter 41
747 unkownfamily 41
748 andrewhawthorneast 40
749 DougMcLennan 40
750 francesmball 40

40 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2018 4
July 2018 12
June 2018 5
March 2018 2
December 2017 9
October 2017 8


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 8 January 1889 [Issue No.10,570] page 8 2019-10-17 22:05 of America
of America.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 8 January 1889 [Issue No.10,570] page 8 2019-10-17 22:05 ; Funeral Notice3.
rpIIE Friends of Mr?. JULIA NICHOLSON are
i JL respectively invited to follow the remain of her late
jieloveu oldest daughter, Mary, to the place of interment
in thu Melbourne General Cemetery. Tho funeral wul
' j,l,Vr rofidenee, Ciuwer-Hcrect, Kcusington, THIS
DAY 1 ueaituy), at half.past 1 o'clock.
» .hf'ii ALL1SO.N, Undertaker, Victoria-street
west, Melbourne; Ascot Vale-road, Ascot Vale; am)
f Racecourae-road, Newmarket. Telephone 930.
' fflHE Friends of Mrs. CATHERINE BUENNAN aro
JL respectfully uivited to follow tho reuutina of her
l daughter, Caroline, to her last resting pLicc, Kew
f Cemetery, on Tiii-sduy, thu fith January. Tlio tuncrul
cortege will luaye her mother's residence, Risley-streot, off
I OhurclKstrect, Riehmoud, THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock.
tL KINO, Undertaker, Lennox-street, Richniond.
1 rpHE Friends of Mr. THOMAS A.- 'MILES nru'ro-"
X spectfully invited to follow tho roinam of his lie
lovcil daughter, , Annie Ixmisa, to tiie place uf intcnneiiL
thtiMulliuiirno Gcnunil Gomt-Lury. The huiur.il willlcuvij
v!!l.-5''3.!,.l,GU,co' v NaiiK-r-iihiL-u, Soulh Mclbourue,Tlll;i
DAY, 8th .luinmry, at 11 o clock.
Slcl'hmirnc1'11' iljE' Una,;rt,ller' Hllpioi'-atreet, Soutb
rf)HE friends ol Mr. WILLIAM DAVIS, of LyiM
X hnrst-cresceut, Auburn, Jiawthom, aro mod
respcctlullyinyjted to follow tho romaius of his dearlj
ucioved son Oeorge, to tho place ol interment, th
Lorooiuuira Cemetery, Kew. Thu funeral is appointed to
leave his Tuthor resjuenee, Lynuhurat-ureaueut, Auburu,
on TU LSD A Y, 8ih uist., ut 2 o clock.
OTTO PREUSS, Undertaker, liurwood-road, Hair
thorn ; Clenferrie-road, Malvern and Box lUU.
rSMIK Friend of Mr. ROBEltT BURNS are rooafcrv
JL Hpectfully invited to follow tho remains of hi3 late
beloved youngest daughter, Florence, to cite place of in
terment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. Tho funcial
is appointed to move trom hir.-rcsideuee, No. 175 Scow.h-
mci-street, NorcJi Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 8tL
x WHjLIAM GEORGE API'S, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
MtwrblreeUi, 1« itzroy ; High aud Kobe street, SL kilda;
ami 160 St. Ucorge's-road, North Fitzroy. Telephone No.
r(pIIE Friend of tho late Mr. JOHN THOMAS BUTT,
JL bcalo Manm'acttu'cr, (ale ol h'linticra-lauc, arc most,
rcsiiccttully invited to tulloiv his ruiuuiiu to the lilac, ol
interment, tiic Meihonrno General Cemetery. 'J'hd
funeral is appointed to muve from Itis lato resilience, No.
100 Gcrtrndc-strcet, Eilaroy, T'UIti DAV (Tuesday),
8th January, ut 2 o'clock punctually.
WILLIAM GKUKWE APi'd, Undertaker, Fitzroy r.ud
Moor streets, liuroy ; Jligh and Ruin.- streets, .St,
Kilda; und 160 St. Gcorgcs-road, North Fitzroy. Tele
phouc No. 1010.
The Friends of Mr. HENRY CARTER, Bet teat
j JL ? ilia, lnkcriuan-stroct, St. Kilda, are most respect
fully invited to follow the remain of his lute iwiuvitd
daughter, .Murgco", to their last resting pluco, the St,
Juluu General C'eqietery. Thu funeral is appointed to
residence, Retreat Villa, lukennan-strcet,
ililb DAY liucdday), fith January, at 4 o'clock nunc
tuully.
_ WILLIAM GEORGE API'S, Undertaker, Fitzroy nud
stieets, bdzroy; and High and Robe streets, St.
_ Kilda. Telephone No. 1045.
J" Tj?UIEND.S of Mr. IS,Y.\0 STAFFORD arc respect".
X iullya invited to follow the remains of his lute
beloved wife, Dotty, to tho place of interment, Melbourne
General Cemetery. Tho funeral to move from her lain
residence, 44 liothara-streut, off Gold-street, ColliugwooiL
at 4 o clock, THIS DA Y, title
11. T. MAYNAKD, Undertake1, 19 John3ton-strcet,
n, Collingwood.
n Friends of Mr. PETER DENIS uro respectfully
JL invited to follow Uiu remains of his heloveu wifet
the place of -interment, Melbourne Cemetery. The
funeral will leavu his residence, j6 Law-street, off Park-
street. South Melbourne, Tills DAY (Tuesday), bill
C, JOHN DaIjEY, Undertaker, Litrobc and Spriu;
'X streets, iMelbourne. Telephone 027.
rniHE i-'ricnii3 of thu lato Mr. JOHN CAMERON, Cgo-
X stable ol i'olice, lute ot ICoraiiam, are respcctfuily
invited to lollow hi remains to the place of iuicmeiu,
Melbourne Cemetery, 'i'he funeral will leave the Vic
toria Biirniek?, St. Kilda-roau, THIS DAY tTneadayi,
j- fith inst., at lialfqust 12 o'clock (being unavoidably post
JUllN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo aud Spring
npHE Friends of Mr. JOHN PRBNDKRGAST sro
X re:qioi!tfuUy invited to follow tho remuiua of UU
beloved wile to the place of interment, Melbourne L'eme.
tery. Tile funeral will leave hi residcuce, Itailway
Reserve, Dudley-street, West Melbourne, THIS 1)AY
I Tuesday), fith inst., at 3 o'clock.
JU11N DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo aud Spring
rpilE .Friends of Mr. PATRICK MORRLS are rcspsc:-
X fully invited to follow thu remain of his bclofcl
uifo to the placo of interment, Melbourne Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, Cuvanagh-stred,
rear of J. Afooro's timber yard, City-road, South Mel
bourne, THIS DAY (Tuesday), fith iust., ut half-past 1
THMIE Friend of the late Air ' J AM ES O'SULLIVANara
X rospectfullly invited to follow his remains to the place
of interment, Melbourne Cemetery. Tho funeral will
leave hi3 Into residence, Botanical Gardens, Domain
_ road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Tuesday), fitlilust., id
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo and Sprtoj
street?, Alelbourne. Telephone 827.
o- E-T SOCIETY. ST. FRANCIS BRANCH
XX, No. 1.— Tho Mcmbera of the above Branch ami
Society in gcuerui uro repectfully requested to follow
the remains of their late brother, JAMKSO'SULLIVAX
to their last rusting place, tho Melbourne General
B, Cemetery. Thu funcrnt will leave hi into resideucv,
Botauic Gardens, Domain-road, South Yurra, ou TCK5
DAY, tho 8th iusL, at 3.30 p.m.
raiHF Friends of tho lato Atr. JAMES MILLER aro
X _ icsiiectfully invited to follow hi rumainstothe place
of lntemicut, Melbourne Cemetery. The funeral
will leave his lato residcuce, Golden-alley, off Post OUicc-
place west, Melbourne, TU-AlURROW t Wednesday), 9th
met., at 3 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telepbono 827.
A.O.D., EXCELSIOR LODGE No. 83.-Tl'.o
Brothers of the above Lodge aud Order iu gencriu
E. aru respeotfully iuvited to lollow tho remain of our iaro
brother JAMES ALLLLER to their last renting place, tho
Melbourno General Cemetery. Tho funeral cortege B
npiwinted to leave Ids lato r.-sidcuce, Goldio Alley, 1'oaC
Ontce-plnce, near Queen-street, West Melbourne, oa
WEDNESDAY', the vth Januury, at 3 o'clock sliurp-
rrHIE Friends of tho late THOMAS BAILLIE, Esq-.
X aro iutormcd that hi remain will bu iuturrcu in me
Sa Kilda Cemetery. The funural will leuvo hi rvt
deuce, Gynez, Toorak, on WEDN ESDAY, tho 9th iust,
, n at half-iKist 2 o'clock.
a,. aVLR AUG.ELE1GHT, Undertaker, 1C2 Collins-street;
wrf High-street, St. Kilda ; and Chupei-street, South Yarra.
E ftp HE Ki'Iouds ol tho lathLCVILlXvjTlhVVLOR
X uro rospectfully invited to fo'iow hi rcmain3 to tho
placo of iutoruient, Aieliiourno Ueneral Cemetery. Ik®
luncnil irt appoiuteu tu leave his lato residence, No. 73
Moray-street, aoutb .Melbourno, on WEDN'ESDAl, tlio
9th ot Januury, at 3 o'cloolt p.m.
R. M.TCENZIE, Undertaker, Clarcmloa-strcet, South
Loyal Columbia lodge, lo.o.f., no. 66.-tha
Brotiiers of tho above Lodge and tho Orucr iti
7- general are respectfully invited to follow tho remains ct
B- their Into lamented Brother, WILLIAM TAYLUh, to
thu place of interment, Melhotirnu tlouonil Cemetery.
The inneral is appointed to leave ill? late residence,
79 Moruy-street, South Alelbourno, ou WEDNESDAVi
tiic 9th January, at 3 o'clock p.m.
D. OLYNE, Secretary.
ir's rfHIE Fricud. ol the late Sir. GEORGE KEITH.
X mason, are respectfully iuvited to follow Jii? ramuta
to their lartt resting place, tho Alelbourno Gcueru
Cemetery. The lunurul will leave hi late redideiav,
L- Tliurso Cottugu, Errol-strtict, North Aloibouroe, BJ-
AiGltltOW (\Vudneday), Qtli inst., at 3 o'clock. _ .
T_ JOSEPH ALLISON, Undertukor, Errol-strcct, North
JL Melbouriio,
En. EUICKSON. 06, 9C Tomple-eonrt. New York,
. AGENT for THE AGE, LEADER and lbbb»-
TRATED AUSTRALIAN NEWS in tho United Mates
of Amcnea. .
Advertisements can ho received and files of the awJ
!_ newi»apors inspected.
ros " ' —
Printed and published by tho proprietors, David Syms
—s and Johrpii Cuwen Sv.mk, under tlio tylo of David
of Svsii: and Co., at Till: Auu Office, Colliui-strctV tsiS
« ALclbouruu,
Funeral Notices.
THE Friends of Mrs. JULIA NICHOLSON are
respectively invited to follow the remain of her late
beloved oldest daughter, Mary, to the place of interment
in the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will
leave her residence, Gower-street, Kensington, THIS
DAY (Tuesday), at half-past 1 o'clock.
ALFRED ALLISON, Undertaker, Victoria-street
west, Melbourne; Ascot Vale-road, Ascot Vale; and
Racecourse-road, Newmarket. Telephone 930.
THE Friends of Mrs. CATHERINE BRENNAN are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of her
daughter, Caroline, to her last resting place, Kew
Cemetery, on Tuesday, the 8th January. The funeral
cortege will leave her mother's residence, Risley-street, off
Church-street, Richmond, THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock.
H. KING, Undertaker, Lennox-street, Richmond.
THE Friends of Mr. THOMAS A. MILES are re
spectfully invited to follow the remains of his be
loved daughter, Annie Louisa, to the place of interment,
the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave
his residence, 7 Napier-place, South Melbourne, THIS
DAY, 8th January, at 11 o clock.
THOS. RENTLE, Undertaker, Napier-street, South
Melbourne.
THE Friends of Mr. WILLIAM DAVIS, of Lynd
hurst-cresceut, Auburn, Hwthom, are most
respectfully invited to follow the remains of his dearly
beloved son George, to the place ofinterment, the
Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. The funeral is appointed to
leave his father's residence, Lyndhurst-crescent, Auburn,
on TUESDAY, 8th inst., at 2 o'clock.
OTTO PREUSS, Undertaker, Burwood-road, Haw
thorn ; Glenferrie-road, Malvern and Box Hill.
THE Friends of Mr. ROBERT BURNS are most re
spectfully invited to follow the remains of his late
beloved youngest daughter, Florence, to the place of in
terment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral
is appointed to move from his residence, No. 175 Scotch
mer-street, North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 8th,
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
Moor streets, Fitzroy; High and Robe street, St. Kilda;
and 180 St. George's-road, North Fitzroy. Telephone No.
1045.
THE Friends of the late Mr. JOHN THOMAS BUTT,
Scale Manufacturer, late of Flinders-lane, are most
respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of
interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, No.
100 Gertrude-street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Tuesday),
8th January, at 2 o'clock punctually.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
Moor streets, Fitzroy ; High and Robe streets, St.
Kilda; and 180 St. George's-road, North Fitzroy. Tele
phone No. 1045.
The Friends of Mr. HENRY CARTER, Retreat
Villa, lnkerman-street, St. Kilda, are most respect
fully invited to follow the remain of his late beloved
daughter, Margery, to their last resting place, the St.
Kilda General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to
move from his residence, Retreat Villa, Inkerman-street,
THIS DAY (Tuesday), 8th January, at 4 o'clock punc
tually.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
Moor streets, Fitzroy; and High and Robe streets, St.
Kilda. Telephone No. 1045.
FRIENDS of Mr. ISAAC STAFFORD are respect
fully invited to follow the remains of his late
beloved wife, Dotty, to the place of interment, Melbourne
General Cemetery. The funeral to move from her late
residence, 44 Hotham-street, off Gold-street, Collingwood,
at 4 o clock, THIS DAY, 8th
H. T. MAYNARD, Undertaker, 19 Johnston-street,
Collingwood.
THE Friends of Mr. PETER DENIS are respectfully
invited to follow the remains of his beloved wife to
the place of interment, Melbourne Cemetery. The
funeral will leave his residence, 56 Law-street, off Park-
street. South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 8th
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of the late Mr. JOHN CAMERON, Con-
stable of Police, late of Horsham, are respectfully
invited to follow his remains to the place of interment,
Melbourne Cemetery, The funeral will leave the Vic
toria Barracks, St. Kilda-road, THIS DAY (Tuesday),
8th inst., at half-past 12 o'clock (being unavoidably post
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
THE Friends of Mr. JOHN PRENDERGAST are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of his
beloved wife to the place of interment, Melbourne Ceme
tery. The funeral will leave his residence, Railway
Reserve, Dudley-street, West Melbourne, THIS DAY
(Tuesday), 8th inst., at 3 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
THE Friends of Mr. PATRICK MORRIS are respect
fully invited to follow the remains of his beloved
wife to the place of interment, Melbourne Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, Cavanagh-street,
rear of J. Moore's timber yard, City-road, South Mel
bourne, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 8th inst., at half-past 3
THE Friends of the late Mr. JAMES O'SULLIVAN are
respectfullly invited to follow his remains to the place
of interment, Melbourne Cemetery. The funeral will
leave his late residence, Botanical Gardens, Domain
road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 8th inst., at
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. ST. FRANCIS BRANCH
No. 1.— The Members of the above Branch and
Society in general are repectfully requested to follow
the remains of their late brother, JAMES O'SULLIVAN
to their last resting place, the Melbourne General
Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence,
Botanic Gardens, Domain-road, South Yarra, on TUES
DAY, the 8th inst., at 3.30 p.m.
THE Friends of tho late Mr. JAMES MILLER are
respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place
of interment, Melbourne Cemetery. The funeral
will leave his late residence, Golden-alley, off Post Office-
place west, Melbourne, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 9th
inst., at 3 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
A.O.D., EXCELSIOR LODGE No. 83.-The
Brothers of the above Lodge and Order in general
are respectfully invited to follow the remains of our late
brother JAMES MILLER to their last resting place, the
Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral cortege is
appointed to leave his later residence, Goldie Alley, Post
Office-place, near Queen-street, West Melbourne, on
WEDNESDAY, the 9th Januury, at 3 o'clock sharp.
THE Friends of tho late THOMAS BAILLIE, Esq-.
are informed that his remain will be interred in the
St. Kilda Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late resi
dence, Oynez, Toorak, on WEDNESDAY, the 9th inst,
at half-past 2 o'clock.
ALF. AUG. SLEIGHT, Undertaker, 182 Collins-street;
High-street, St. Kilda ; and Chapel-street, South Yarra.
THE Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM TAYLOR
are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the
place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, No. 73
Moray-street, South Melbourne, on WEDNESDAY, the
9th of January, at 3 o'clock p.m.
R. M.TCENZIE, Undertaker, Clarendon-street, South
LOYAL COLUMBIA LODGE, I.O.O.F., No. 66.—
Brothers of the above Lodge and the Order in
general are respectfully invited to follow the remains of
their Iate lamented Brother, WILLIAM TAYLOR, to
the place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence,
79 Moray-street, South Melbourne, ou WEDNESDAY,
the 9th January, at 3 o'clock p.m.
D. CLYNE, Secretary.
THE Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE KEITH.
mason, are respectfully invited to follow his remains
to their last resting place, the Melbourne General
Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence,
Thurso Cottage, Errol-street, North Melbourne, TO-
MORROW (Wednesday), 9th inst., at 3 o'clock.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Undertaker, Errol-street, North
Melbourne.
E. N. ERICKSON. 96, 98 Temple-court, New York,
AGENT for THE AGE, LEADER and ILLUS
TRATED AUSTRALIAN NEWS in the United States
of America
Advertisements can be received and files of the above
newspapers inspected.
Printed and published by the proprietors, DAVID SYME
and JOSEPH COWEN SYME, under the style of DAVID
SYME and Co., at THE AGE Office, Collins-street east,
Melbourne.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 22 December 1888 [Issue No.1719] page 37 2019-10-17 21:37 „J: at tcr ">« resilience, 410 Smitn etrect, Fitz-
ber, 1887, at her late residence, 419 Smith-street, Fitz
roy.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 4 January 1889 [Issue No.10,567] page 8 2019-10-17 21:36 . Funeral Noticeg.
rpHE Friends of tlie late Mr. ERNEST HARTLY are
X moat respectfully invited to follow his remains totha
place of Interment, the ftlelbouruu General Cemetcrr
Ike tuncral is appointed to move from liis lato reaidencr,
Heotehmer-strcet, North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (FridaM
4th Inst., at 10 a.m. punctually. ,
m WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzrortri
streots, Fitzroy ; High and Rube streets, St. -Kilt,
and 180 St. George's-roau, North Fitzroy. Telephom
riMIE Friendrt of tlio lato Mrs. MARIA DIKE.
Uiis city, are most respectfully invited to follow
her reinaiust to tliu place of interment, tlio Melbourne
General Cemetery. Tho funeral is appointed to wove
from her lute residence, No. 32 Moor-street, Fitzroy,
WIIiLlAJff GEORGE APJ, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
Moor Htreels, Fitzroy; High and Kobe streets, St.
Hilda; upd 189 Bt, Ueorgo's-roud, North Fitzroy. Tele-
fully iuvitcd to follow tlie remaius of his beloved
Cemetery. Tho funeral will leave liis residence, 17
Leicester-street, off Nicholson-street, Fitzroy, Tillri
DAY (Friduy). 4th lust., at 1 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo uud Bprios
streets, alelbourne. Telephone 827.
TJMIE Friends of the lato Mrs. CATHERINE O'NEILL,
X tho beloved mother of Frank O'Neill, of the Victoriau
respectfully invited to follow her remuiiuj to tho place of
interment, Meilamrne Cemetery, 'i'lic fuuerai wiU leave
her late residence, 59 liaines-strcet, North Melbourne,
THIS DAY (Friday), 4th lust., ut 3 o cluck.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo and Spang
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 887.
rpHE Friends of tho late Mrs. MARY ELEANOR
WAITE are respectfully iuvitcd to follow her remains
to the pluce of interment, Melbourne Cemetery. Tbe
fuuerai will leavo her late residence, Little Curzou-street,
off Curzon-streot, North Melbourne, THUi DAY (hi-
resjKictfully invited to follow the remains of his
beloved wife to tho idace of interment, Coburg Cemetery.
The tuncral will leave his resideucc, Bell-fitrcet, Soutfi
Prwten, on SATURDAY, 5tb inst.. at half-past Jo'elod
JOHN DaLLY, Undertaker, iutrobo und fiwinl
Streets, itlelbqurne. Telephouc ti27.
riMIE Friends of tho lato Mr. NATHAN HALLAN,
X lato of Sandhurst, are respectfully iuvitcd to folio
lus remaius re tlie place of interment, in the ML KUda
Cemetery. The funeral ia appointed to leave hLIste
residence, No. 14 Cieni-dreet, Mouth Yarra, THIS BAY
(brlduy), 4th inst., at 1.30 o clock punctually.
HEMtY DRAYTON, Undertaker, 5 High-stnek
Pralu-uii, and 32i lligh-strcct, Armadale.
are respectfully invited to follow his remains to tire
place of interment, Alelbourne Geueral Cemetery. Tire
uuienil will move from his late residence, lloraeath,
Prospect Hill-road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Fridiy), «
Tm: Friends of tho late Mr. JAMES CHERRY sre
.reepeottully invited to follow his remains to the iiloce
of mtermeut, tliu Melbourne Geueral Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to move from bis late residence.
Brooklyn, Geelong-road, TUI8 DAY (Friday), at 1
o clock, passjug through Footseray at 2 p.m.
L. R, WAUaNE und BONB, Undertakers, Footseray,
riiHE Friends of Mr. HOGAN are respectfully invited
X , to follow the remains of his lute beloved wife Mary,
to theirlast resting place in tho St, Kilda Cemetery. Tin
funeral will leave Ids residence. 96 Commercial-road.
Pmhrun, THIS DAY (Friday), 4th inst., ut 2 o'clock.
KAYBOULD BROTHERS, Undertakers, Chapel
Street, I mlirau ; High-street, Aruiudule; uud Comma
THE Friends of Mr. T. COSHAM are informed thai
. his late wife will bo interred THIS DAY, 4th iost,
leaving ills' residence, 38 Buvau-street, Albert Park, for
St. Kihla Cemetery, at 2.30 p.m.
JOSEPH 11ILL, Undertaker, Clarendon-street, Soulh
Melbourne. i
rpHE Friends of the lato Mr. EDWIN ELLIOT
X aro n4f>ectfully invited to follow his remains to tlie I
place of iuterment, iMelbourno General Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed" to leave his Jute residence, No. 42
Esplanade, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Friduy), 4lb
Jauuary, 1889, at 3 o'clock p.m.
'RENZIE, Undertaker, Olareudou-street, South I
THE Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS FARMER arc
respuutfully invitcU to follow iris remains to the glare
or interment, tile Melbourno General Cemetcrr. Tlie
funeral will leave tlie resilience of Mrs. M'K night, Jim 1"
Alhurt-rosd, South Melbourne, THIS DAI' IbriJav), 4th
January, at 3 o'clock slmrn.
'JOHN ALLISON, Unuertftker, Rlmpsou's-roail, Hich. I
mond, cel. 1003: Syduey-road, Bruuawiek, tel. 1105 1 anil I
ltonkln-road, Kcnsiogton. I
C3- GAltDENEHS. — SOUTH PAKK
, LODGE, No. 23.— Memiiers of tlie above Jodae I
and Order are respectfully invited to follow the reiiiuiitf
of our late Brother, THOMAS FARMER, to the pha«
of interment, the Alelbourne General Cemetery. Tire I
funeral will leave liis lato residence, 161 AllH'rt-nwh I
near Eastern-road, Albert Park, THIS DAY iFridayl,
4th Jauuary, 1689, at 3 o'clock p.m. I
EUNEST F, WILLS, nncreUry.
rjHE_l,rieini3 of the luto Mrs. GEORGINA A. S. M, I
MUNRO, relict of the late Donald Munro, are re- I
flpuctfuliy invited to fcfilow her reiuuin& the place of I
iuterment, the St. Kihla Cemetery. The fuuerai will
lygoii-streot, North CuritoiJ, TlUs
DAY (Friday), 4th January, uto o'clock.
4.EOJtGE 11. DIC'KASON, Undertaker, RiehtuonilJ
and Burwood-road, Hawthorn. Telephono No. 1078.
rpHE Friends or Mr. GEORGE G. MILLER are re-
X Bpeotfnlly invited to follow tlie remains of Ida
lHjloved wife, Annie Norris, to tlie pluee uf iuteriiirn'i
the Borooudara Cemetery, ICew. Tlio funeral will luuia
Lr?,r!Ur.Vrar>'5itH'u.CL'i Ko 1 Muvy-street.v Klriiniund, P"
»5t1 «' anuary, 1889, at 3 o'clock. .
GEORGE li. DIC1CA.SON, Undertaker, Richmond
and Hawthorn. Telephone No. 1076. _
EN. ERICKSON. 06. 98 Temple-court, New York,
. AGENT for J'HE AGE. LEADER and ILLUS
TRATED AUSTRALIAN NEWS in tho United titutei
of Aiuerioa,
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newaimpors inapected.
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and Jof-kru Cowen Svmk, uudcr the style of .Davib
Svmk aud Co., at The Aue Cfiiee, CoUlnS'Stroct CMk
Melhmiiuo.
Funeral Noticeg.
THE Friends of the late Mr. ERNEST HARTLY are
most respectfully invited to follow his remains to the
place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence,
Scotchmer-street, North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Friday),
4th inst., at 10 a.m. punctually.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
Moor streets, Fitzroy ; High and Robe streets, St. Kilda,
and 180 St. George's-road, North Fitzroy. Telephone
THE Friends of the late Mrs. MARIA DIKE,
this city, are most respectfully invited to follow
her remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne
General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move
from her late residence, No. 32 Moor-street, Fitzroy,
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzroy and
Moor streets, Fitzroy; High and Robe streets, St.
Hilda; and 180 St. George's-road, North Fitzroy. Tele-
fully invited to follow the remains of his beloved
Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence, 17
Leicester-street, off Nicholson-street, Fitzroy, THIS
DAY (Friday). 4th inst., at 1 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of the late Mrs. CATHERINE O'NEILL,
the beloved mother of Frank O'Neill, of the Victorian
respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of
interment, Melbourne Cemetery. The funeral will leave
her late residence, 59 Haines-street, North Melbourne,
THIS DAY (Friday), 4th inst., at 3 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of the late Mrs. MARY ELEANOR
WAITE are respectfully invited to follow her remains
to the place of interment, Melbourne Cemetery. The
funeral will leave her late residence, Little Curzon-street,
off Curzon-street, North Melbourne, THIS DAY (Fri-
respectfully invited to follow the remains of his
beloved wife to the place of interment, Coburg Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, Bell-street, South
Preston, on SATURDAY, 5th inst.. at half-past 3 o'clock
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of the late Mr. NATHAN HALLAN,
late of Sandhurst, are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, in the St. Kilda
Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his late
residence, No. 14 Clara-street, South Yarra, THIS DAY
(Friday), 4th inst., at 1.30 o clock punctually.
HENRY DRAYTON, Undertaker, 5 High-street
Prahran, and 323 High-street, Armadale.
are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the
place of interment, Melbourne Geueral Cemetery. The
funeral will move from his late residence, Rosneath,
Prospect Hill-road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Friday), at
THE Friends of the late Mr. JAMES CHERRY are
respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place
of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to move from his late residence.
Brooklyn, Geelong-road, THIS DAY (Friday), at 1
o clock, passing through Footscray at 2 p.m.
E. R. WARNE and SONS, Undertakers, Footscray.
THE Friends of Mr. HOGAN are respectfully invited
to follow the remains of his late beloved wife Mary,
to their last resting place in the St. Kilda Cemetery. The
funeral will leave his residence. 96 Commercial-road.
Prahran, THIS DAY (Friday), 4th inst., at 2 o'clock.
RAYBOULD BROTHERS, Undertakers, Chapel
Street, Prahran ; High-street, Armadale; and Commer
THE Friends of Mr. T. COSHAM are informed that
his late wife will be interred THIS DAY, 4th inst.,
leaving his residence, 38 Bevan-street, Albert Park, for
St. Kilda Cemetery, at 2.30 p.m.
JOSEPH HILL, Undertaker, Clarendon-street, South
THE Friends of the lato Mr. EDWIN ELLIOT
are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the
place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, No. 42
Esplanade, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Friday), 4th
January, 1889, at 3 o'clock p.m.
R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, Clarendon-street, South
THE Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS FARMER are
respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place
of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral will leave the residence of Mrs. McKnight, No. 161
Albert-road, South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Friday), 4th
January, at 3 o'clock sharp.
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker, Simpson's-road, Rich
mond, tel. 1003: Sydney-road, Brunswick, tel. 1105; and
Rankin-road, Kensington.
G.U.O. FREE GARDENERS — SOUTH PARK
LODGE, No. 23.— Members of the above Lodge
and Order are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of our late Brother, THOMAS FARMER, to the place
of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral will leave his late residence, 161 Albert-road,
near Eastern-road, Albert Park, THIS DAY (Friday),
4th January, 1889, at 3 o'clock p.m.
ERNEST F. WILLS, Secretary.
THE Friends of the late Mrs. GEORGINA A. S. M.
spectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of
interment, the St. Kilda Cemetery. The funeral will
Jack, Sunnyside, Lygon-street, North Carlton, THIS
DAY (Friday), 4th January, at 3 o'clock.
GEORGE H. DICKASON, Undertaker, Richmond,
and Burwood-road, Hawthorn. Telephone No. 1078.
THE Friends of Mr. GEORGE G. MILLER are re-
spectfully invited to follow the remains of his late
beloved wife, Annie Norris, to the place of interment,
the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. The funeral will move
from his residence, No. 1 Mary-street, Richmond, on
SATURDAY, 5th January, 1889, at 3 o'clock.
GEORGE H. DICKASON, Undertaker, Richmond
and Hawthorn. Telephone No. 1078.
E. N. ERICKSON, 96. 98 Temple-court, New York,
AGENT for THE AGE. LEADER and ILLUS
TRATED AUSTRALIAN NEWS in the United States
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Family Notices (Family Notices), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 22 December 1888 [Issue No.1719] page 37 2019-10-17 21:17 NORRIS.—On the 14th Derember, at Box Hill, John
NORRIS.—On the 14th December, at Box Hill, John
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AltsTt l'ark, thc.wifp of Wi Arnietrong of a «lau«l,fer; .
BELL.—On the J6th Dcmnibcr. at W come r of Fitzrdv
»rol W«te»rth streets, the wife of J. A: M. Bell of a
dauchtcr. . Both doing v.'td'. ; .
BELL.—Oii the '5th Decend>er, at . Wynnstay-rcacl,
Toomk, the wife of.HBTranrtiBelliof a son: .» '
BRAithwAiTe.C)n theasth Docembcr at Csbnre, tlie
wife of Thos. Bnuthwaite ot'a daut'liter.—Both doiuf
Chantfield:Gn the lJtii Dcccmier.' at'Malvcfo; ilic
wife of Arthur. (I: Crantletcl of .a son. :
Fuller.—pn the 13th Dewniber, at, Broon ku zalii,
JloabsviUe. the rate of lb W. Fuller of a datishter.
Hussey. — On the 9th. December, at,St.,Arunard, the
Jones.—On thorlSth. November,- at 7 Ynrr.vcottngcr,
McPherson-On' the 9th December, .at .Irving-street,
Footscray, the wife of Neil McPhereon of a son.
PAinTer.—On the 9tli-Deeenibcr, at Bacchus Mareh
the wife of £ Painter of a son. Both doing well.
PEARSON.—rOn the 16th iDottmber, at her mother's
K-sklmcc, tbc.wif,of B. Pearson, t of. Kyncton, of a
ROWND.—On ithe . 7th o g December; i at Bcarada'e
railway station, thomfo of W. Rowuil of a too. Both
doingwcli. _ L4/ '.Ui 'ix: ,J J : ' '
Survante.—On the 2nd. December, at VictorvUle,
fit. Albans, the wife of C. Hervhnte of h dnnghter. i
0. D. Buchanan," frank;, eldest son of .—"Basil Abery. of
Richmond, to. Jauoy. only (laughter Of ;"\Yilliam Roi.iL of
East Melbourne.— _
late Alexander Thaw, of 'Gaffney'B Creek. .
Campdbli-M-Dowal.— jOn;the: 29th i November, nt
Scots' Church/ Melbourne, by the Rev. A Mart-hall.
M.A., A. 0.: Campbell; Esq., J.P.', Kumam', Now Zualnnd,
to Annie M'Dowall, .eldest .daughter, of Mr. Charles
kl'Dowall, Bmni Island, Tasmania.
Kdwar ds— Lay.—On the 12tb December, at the resi-
dcuce of Mr. F. P. Chogwiddcn, South' 'Melbourne, by the
Rev. 11. Bath, -William j Alexander Edwards, of Mol-
loiiroc, to . Amelia, .only, daughter of George Lay, Bal-
Horton— Field.—On , the 13th December, nt the resi-
dr nce of the bride a parents, , Bendigo-strcct. Gcc-long
.West, by the Rev: A. 'Davidson, 'John A. E. 'Horton, of
Guntar, New South -Wales, ..to Marina Agnes, third
daughter of "Wllliatii Field. '
Jones— Posting.—On the 27tb November, nt Charlton
the Rev. D. M.Berry.— George Verrlcr Jones, younmst "on
of Mr. John Joues, Trccynon House, Abeidare. to Eli;xi-
larth Mary Pdnting,'Of :Neath; 'Glamorganshire, eldest
daughter of R.<F. Ponting, Esq.:< . . t.
Kemp— Harvey.—On the 22th December, at theKew
Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. F. R. M. Wilson, nssirted
bythoRev.J.EastHarrlson.lJenryH.Kcmp.G.R.l.B A ,
late of London, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Tlom y
Harvey, of Geuloug, and stepdaughter of ,T. S. Harrison,
Esq., flonley, Kew,
Murrell— Fonu;— On the 4th ' December, nt All
Runts', Petersham, by the.Rev. Charles Habcr, incumint
Rev. A. J. Wheeler, curate, John, eldest son of w. L.
Murreil, of WilliamEtown, to Lilian Mary, only daughter
of the late George Richard Battmao Ford, of Churchill,
daughter of Hector Macauley, of Myjtfeford.
Palmer— Glasson.—On the 3rd ;ApriI, nt St. Peter '
Church, Eaftem Hill, Melbourne, by the Rev. H. 11. P.
HaiidfieUl,- Arthur Charles, eldest son of Georse Palmer,
of Pitstreet, Sydney, to Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter
Snowi-on-Coks-wall.—On the 28th November, at
fit- Albans Toorak, by, the Rev. F. Webb. Joseph P.
Knpwdon, ron of the late Joseph- Snowdon, Government
Printing Olfice, . .Melbourne, to .Jeannic, youngest
daughter oi the latcEdirnrd Cornwall, GovernmentPriiit-
ing OUice, Melbourne.
.Wuuix.EY— Black.—On the 29th November, at the
residence of the bride's mother, Barone. Bcaeh avcnue.
(.eorce Wngley, Esq.. Kirrack, Brighton, to Cora, elder
Altoro.—On the 10th December, nt Linda, Clyde-
rtrect, tSt. Kilda, of inflammation, of the lungs, Lindsay
(onvulMonj!, BLmche Eva, aged 5 months, dearly beloved
sou anil daughter of C\ J. and B. M. AUord.
Berry.—On the 18th Dccomler. at his rceidencc.
Mninie Cottage, Acaria-strcet, off Glen Eira-road, East
et. Kilda, George Henry Berry, aged 34 years.
Burston.—On the 13th December, at Station-street,
Campain.—On the 13th December, at his residence,
dearly beloved husbuml of Catherine Ann Campain, aged
Desmond.—On the 11th Deeemljer, at the residence of
her parents, Meredith Jessamine Zadc, the dearly be
loved youngest (laughter of M. and E. M. Desmond, and
fikUt of John P. and \Y. Ambrose Desmond, of Victorian
Railway?, and E. II. Desmond, Penal Department.
riTZuuiuLD.—On 17th November, at Port Elizabeth,
hpiith Africa, Jlartin M., the beloved brother of Edward
; . '-zgcnild, employ Melbourne IVamways.
. Gordon.—On the 9th December, accidentally drowned
m iloteon s Bay through the upsetting of a boat. Eliza-
th Gordon, eldest daughter of the late Mr, Charles
yrire11' anner'areet» North Wlilinmstown, aged 18
.3v,FNvn 74th December, at 35 Raleigh-
rtrcct, Windsor, the dearly-beloved wife of George How-
(U n, aged 68. Deeply regretted.. -
James.—On the 16th December, at Melbourne, F.mily
rSn yungest (laughter of the lntc W. James,
of Duneihn, Now Zealand, aged 24 years.
kirk.—On the 6th December, atficr parents' residence,
(.obunt, Elizabeth Neil, third daughter of John ami
hhznUth Kirk, aged 29 years, and granddaughter of the
late John Neil, E«a., of atockbridge, Edinburgh, and kin
w> the Into John Nell, donor of the annual New Year's
dinner to the poor of Lcith. Scotlartd.
London House, Brldport-street, Albert Park, Kate,
v'lcst beloved daughter of Mathew Lowrey, and beloved
tister Of T. J. and J. J. Lowrey. '
M'NEAL.-On the 12th December, very suddenly, James
h v: ' "hipamith, WilJiamstown, ngoilWyears.
NORRIS.—Oii the 14th Derember, at Box Hill, John
lIjr<Wtwt, Ynrniviiv' Joiilh'lTr-'1 1 '"'".'"i0 rcei'lence,
W rt
dence, . Warwick (OfMo.r; « Cr' ,9 mother s-resi
Alfred. the bclovcd SiM0' >piy,ftroe.t» -ohingwoyd,
n" i"" !?,e
Sri jssr so" of .4Ilu-h wiirafat-o-r;';cS
0\yLoC nt St- Kiliin, Ernest
. IN KEMORIAM. j :
ARMSTRONG.—On the 9th December, at Ferngrove,
Albert Park, the wife of W. Armstrong of a daughter.
BELL.—On the 16th December, at 69 corner of Fitzroy
and Westgarth streets, the wife of J. A. M. Bell of a
daughter. Both doing well.
BELL.—On the 5th December, at Wynnstay-road,
Toorak, the wife of Harcourt Bell of a son.
BRAITHWAITE.— On the 15th December, at Coburg, the
wife of Thos. Braithwaite of a daughter. Both doing
well.
CRANFIELD.— On the 12th December, at Malvern, the
wife of Arthur G. Cranfield of a son.
FULLER.—On the 13th December, at Broon-ku-zalk,
Healesville, the wife of H. W. Fuller of a daughter.
HUSSEY. — On the 9th. December, at St. Arnard, the
JONES.—On the 15th November, at 7 Yarra-cottages,
Spencer-street, West Melbourne, the wife of William
Jones of a son. Both doing well.
McANULTY.— On the 8th December, at "Ancona,"
Lydiard-street, Ballarat, the wife of P. A. McAnulty of a
son.
McPHERSON.— On the 9th December, at Irving-street,
Footscray, the wife of Neil McPherson of a son.
PAINTER.—On the 9th December, at Bacchus Marsh
the wife of S. Painter of a son. Both doing well.
PEARSON.—On the 16th December, at her mother's
residence, the wife of B. Pearson, of Kyneton, of a
daughter.
ROWND.—On the 7th of December, at Scarsdale
railway station, the wife of W. Rownd of a son. Both
doing well.
SERVANTE.—On the 2nd December, at Victorville,
St. Albans, the wife of C. Servante of a daughter.
G. D. Buchanan, Frank, eldest son of Basil Abery, of
Richmond, to Janey, only daughter of William Royal, of
East Melbourne.
late Alexander Thaw, of Gaffney's Creek.
CAMPBELL—McDOWALL.— On the 29th November, at
Scots' Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. A Marshall,
M.A., A. C. Campbell; Esq., J.P., Kumara, New Zealand,
to Annie M'Dowall, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles
McDowall, Bruni Island, Tasmania.
EDWARDS— LAY.—On the 12th December, at the resi-
dence of Mr. F. P. Chegwidden, South Melbourne, by the
Rev. H. Bath, William Alexander Edwards, of Mel-
bourne, to Amelia, only, daughter of George Lay, Bal-
HORTON— FIELD.—On the 13th December, at the resi-
dence of the bride's parents, Bendigo-street, Geelong
West, by the Rev. A. Davidson, John A. E. Horton, of
Gunbar, New South Wales, to Marian Agnes, third
daughter of William Field.
JONES— PONTING.—On the 27th November, at Charlton
the Rev. D. M.Berry, George Verrier Jones, youngest son
of Mr. John Jones, Trecynon House, Aberdare. to Eliza
beth Mary Ponting, of Neath, Glamorganshire, eldest
daughter of R. F. Ponting, Esq.
KEMP— HARVEY.—On the 22th December, at the Kew
Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. F. R. M. Wilson, assisted
by the Rev. J. East Harrison, Henry H. Kemp, G.R.l.B.A.,
late of London, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Henry
Harvey, of Geelong, and stepdaughter of ,T. S. Harrison,
Esq., Honley, Kew,
MURRELL— FORD.— On the 4th December, at All
Saints', Petersham, by the.Rev. Charles Baber, incumbent
Rev. A. J. Wheeler, curate, John, eldest son of W. L.
Murrell, of Williamstown, to Lilian Mary, only daughter
of the late George Richard Battman Ford, of Churchill,
daughter of Hector Macauley, of Myrtleford.
PALMER— GLASSON.—On the 3rd ApriI, at St. Peter's
Church, Eaftem Hill, Melbourne, by the Rev. H. H. P.
Handfield, Arthur Charles, eldest son of George Palmer,
of Pitt-street, Sydney, to Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter
SNOWDON—CORNWALL.— On the 28th November, at
St. Albans, Toorak, by, the Rev. F. Webb. Joseph P.
Snowdon, son of the late Joseph Snowdon, Government
Printing Office,Melbourne, to Jeannie, youngest
daughter of the late Edward Cornwall, Government Print
ing Office, Melbourne.
WRIGLEY— BLACK.—On the 29th November, at the
residence of the bride's mother, Barone. Beach-avenue,
George Wrigley, Esq.. Kirrack, Brighton, to Cora, elder
ALFORD.—On the 10th December, at Linda, Clyde-
street, St. Kilda, of inflammation, of the lungs, Lindsay
convulsions, Blanche Eva, aged 5 months, dearly beloved
son and daughter of C. J. and B. M. Alford.
BERRY.—On the 18th December, at his residence,
Minnie Cottage, Acacia-strcet, off Glen Eira-road, East
St. Kilda, George Henry Berry, aged 34 years.
BURSTON.—On the 13th December, at Station-street,
CAMPAIN.—On the 13th December, at his residence,
dearly beloved husband of Catherine Ann Campain, aged
DESMOND.—On the 11th December, at the residence of
her parents, Meredith Jessamine Zadel, the dearly be
loved youngest daughter of M. and E. M. Desmond, and
sister of John P. and W. Ambrose Desmond, of Victorian
Railways, and E. H. Desmond, Penal Department.
FITZGERALD.—On 17th November, at Port Elizabeth,
South Africa, Martin M., the beloved brother of Edward
Fitzgerald, employ Melbourne Tramways.
GORDON.—On the 9th December, accidentally drowned
in Hobson's Bay through the upsetting of a boat. Eliza-
beth Gordon, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Charles
Gordon, of Mariner-street, North Williamstown, aged 18
years.
HOWDEN.— On the 14th December, at 35 Raleigh-
street, Windsor, the dearly-beloved wife of George
Howden, aged 68. Deeply regretted.
JAMES.—On the 16th December, at Melbourne, Emily
Susan James, youngest daughter of the late W. James,
of Dunedin, New Zealand, aged 24 years.
KIRK.—On the 6th December, at her parents' residence,
Coburg, Elizabeth Neil, third daughter of John and
Elizabeth Kirk, aged 29 years, and granddaughter of the
late John Neil, Esq., of Stockbridge, Edinburgh, and kin
to the late John Neil, donor of the annual New Year's
dinner to the poor of Leith. Scotland.
London House, Bridport-street, Albert Park, Kate,
eldest beloved daughter of Mathew Lowrey, and beloved
sister of T. J. and J. J. Lowrey. '
McNEAL.-On the 12th December, very suddenly, James
McNeal, shipsmith, Williamstown, aged 60 years.
NORRIS.—On the 14th Derember, at Box Hill, John
Rigby, the dearly loved husband of Flora Norris, late
of Balwyn, aged 59 years and 3 months.
ORAMS.— On the 18th December, at his late residence,
Hyde-street, Yarraville, Josiah Orams, of Stowmarket
Suffolk, England, beloved husband of Emma Orams,
aged 61 years.
ROSE.— On the 15th December, at 8A Hyland-street
South Yarra, David Cameron George, the infant son of
Alexander and Eliza Ross, aged 6 months. Deeply re
gretted. Dunedin and Wellington papers please copy.
RUSSELL.— On the 16th December, at his nephew's
residence, No. 75 Bank-street west, South Melbourne,
Andrew Russell, baker, aged 60 years, accidentally killed.
SANDERS.— On the 3rd December, at his mother's resi
dence, Warwick Cottage, Perry-street, Collingwood,
Alfred, the beloved son of Euphemia and the late
Frederick Sanders, aged 25 years.
STEWART.— On the 13th December, at his grand
mother's residence (Mrs. Harper's, Drummond-street,
Carlton), William Percival (Percy), the beloved only son
of James Edward and Celestine Stewart, aged 6 months
and 7 days. Adelaide papers please copy.
STILES.— On the 14th December, at his parents' resi
dence, 766 Lygon-street, North Carlton, Albert Clifford,
dearly beloved son of Richard and Annie Stiles, grand
son of Mr. Stiles, of Carlton, and only grandson of Mrs.
Bates, of Princes-street, aged 12 weeks and 3 days.
STIMSON.— On the 14th December, at his late resi
dence, Wallbert George Stimson, the beloved husband of
Martha Stimson, aged 79 years.
WALLS.— On the 13th December, at her residence,
Victoria-place, Carlton, Barbara, wife of John Walls,
aged 89.
WILSON.— On the 14th December, at his father's resi
dence, 120 Canning-street, Carlton, Hugh Fulton, the
eldest surviving son of Mr. Hugh Watson, aged 20 years
and 3 months.
WISE.— On the 14th of December, at St. Kilda, Ernest
Frederick Wise, late of London, of consumption.
Home papers please copy.
IN MEMORIAM.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 22 December 1888 [Issue No.10,557] page 5 2019-10-17 20:46 X.yftT0" "?? 17'h Drcomlwr, at Stavelcy, Eathmlnra-
roiMl, Auburn, tbo wlfo of Evan Tiebb of a son
nJloiW?'S;r,0" fl' Dnil«r, at 263 Drummond-
Direct, Carlton, thu wife of trod. Bowes of a. daughter.
BnooK.— Dn the ISUi December, at hor residence
of aton ' Ut<jn Gr4ln-' t,ly Mifti Alexander Brock
P«semljor, atWilllam-ctroct,
K Sur8n Vkt0rhi:
"i1 at hor residence
ccinfS!?ii ic "8;!,'' tlluwituuf Wm- "ulbiu'lcr,
J.',1 (fu the ltth December, nt Andreu'-strect,
.. eKlieult, thu wife of W. Clarke of a sou.
Djff aibor, at 88 I.ydlanl-street,
fiLill.tt.it, tho who of John Sidney Crabbaot ason.
rrjvhu'wiTffr? a5!1 Glong-road, Footfi-
crJi, tho uifc or 1. J, Croft of a daughter.
1110 wif of
u. . tho$u. pp«mbert at 264 Branswick-
Btrcct, I itzroy, Uio wife or J. D. Froser of a daughter.
Macarthur-place Carlton, the wife of Alfred Fox of a
xn;v:lil,;aPu tlm 15th December, at Victoria-street,
riohr' weu"' W £ 80n lloth
'Aiu\ Hl, December, at Knowlton,
KteLifroutl l,u.rnloi'» |bo >rife of Richard Sheridan
I ranowh'3 of a daughter. Both v.'tiL
cV"Sn Pjmber, at Dorwenh Jor-
a iHhter wuo 0 'A'i0U1M S. ICnubley ot
r?ht,A;,W wWfK-'®n tho 5th December, at Port Fairy
tvOtuute, Maoon-Ktreet, South Yarra, tiio wifo of J. U
JLiui:;vai-uo of a son.
vT'n Cio 19th December, at her residence,
Ynmuce, Miurumbocmn, Uio wifo of George Arthur
,/teokor of a daughter.
Tl;J,,"rP1A lu 6Ci December, nbllcvllin, Park-
fton SoKtil Melbourne, the wifo of J. O. Mitchell of a
fN.yfnAN.-On Uio 21st DGcemlicr, at S5 O'Grady-strect,
tir-'i ' t 1,1 Natiiau, agent for the Aua-
'tmhan widows' Fund, of a son.
t 0 b'1- — On the 15th December, at OroaB-strcet.
Prahran, the wife of J. A. Parouna of a daughter.
' PATfticK.— On thel4th Decom'oiir, at Gleuroy/Lcnnox-
riuighter l0a >Vlfe 0t CailC" ti' 1>utrick oE a
wu 0',rank WilUams
viVA>.,?T,7I',;IX?.PIl--:0n tho l?rii Decemhor, at St.
A.Iatt.niu Church, CUureh-fitreet, North Richmond, by
«.\V. .01\n. hy Hpccml licence), Andrew, youngest
«un pt< tho lute Captain Andrew Arlatiis, of Adelaide, to
Frederick PuUiugur, of Fliu-
clu.-lanu uud Lussed-atreut, Aleibourne.
rj:iii,i.s— -Fvsii.-— On tho 5th Dusuinber, ut tlie reai-
r 1\ lViirci\t3» by Soltan. or Laun-
ccstou, Louis Charles, only eon or Johu Bellin, of this
M-j.to Lila, Rcuuud ilau-hror of F. L. Fysh, of Ilornaey.
Fkkcuak— ' BuKNr.TT.— Ou tho 26th of November, by
tlie- Rev. N. Kinsman, Silas, youngest son of Thomas
n rwiinan.of Warwichnhire, Englaud.to Elizabeth i Betsy),
enichfc daughter of John Enuuctt. paiutef ami graiucr, of
Chiiwoll, Gcelong.
Glew— Latimer.— On tho 21st of November, at the
residence of the? bride's parents, Barkly-street, Bruns-
wick, by tho Rev. W. R. Lawrence, Edward, fourth son
Guk.v— Nr.wnouso.- On Uio 2Jth October, Wlliaiu
<itmn to Ada Emily Newtmnnd, eldest daughter of tho
lato Joseph Nowbouutl, of F'itzroy.
Hk;k I'.Y— Keatino.— On the 17th October, at St.
tleoro's B.C. Church,, Carlton, by tho Ror. Dr. Kcliy,
<;hiiric.s liirlaiy to Mary Murgtirot Keating, fourth
cluugiiter of Ttiu ?. Keating, Esq,, of Birrcgurra.
Lawrkhuk— IUmibhtson-. —On tho ISlIi December,
nt .St. Jumca's, Vifiuadilly, lliuli Duncan Lawrence,
of the East Surrey Regiment-, to Mora Msicdouald, fourth
daughter of the iate dns. Robertson, E.'.q., of Struoa
JI.OU.-.C, Fzumccstou, Tasinania, and widow Chos. Rnw-
liuson Gibson, ficcoud ton of the iate Dr. Gibson, of Hal-
htcad, Essex..
MixuitUM — GkdijkA — Gn tho 5th December, at tho
resilience oi tho bride's parents, Onninghamc-s'.rect,
Bale, by the Rov. G. M. Connor, 7.1. A, William, third son
of tho late James Mmdrutn, of Longford, to Maggie,
lourth dfuiglitcr of Robert Geddes.
MBUEWE.u'msn— Allison.— Ou the 5th December,
Rt tho residence of tho bride, Wahyorth, Maribyruong-
road, Ascot Vale, R. Harry, eldest son of Robert Mcre-
. sveathor, " Arawa," Tho Parade, Ascot Vale, to Hcttic,
rideKb daughter of tho lato Henry Allison, West Mel-
lioumo. '
PiKitoc — V/iiitk.— On tho 12tli December, ot St.
Luke s Church, North Fitzroy, l>y the Rev. G. J. Arm
strong (by licoucc), Richard Evondcn Pioreo, of Mcutouc,
only son of Johu Richard Pierce, Dover, England, to
Elizabeth Maria, only child of Jumca Johu White, of
' Homo," Lingweli-roail, Auburn, late of Et. Gcoi'gc's-
road. North J'iteroy, und luandtlaughler of Mr. G,
Lander, ICeuaall Green Marblo Works.
SHEPPARD — BEVAN. — On tlie 17th December, at All
Saints' Church, St. Kilda, by tho "Rov. Mr. Gregory,
.Edward, sou or tho law Mr. Tiio. Sheppard, of Lon
don, to Henrietta Anne, eldest daughter of U. Bcvaii,
Esq., Wattle-street, Pralirnn. Homo papers plcaae copy.
Smith, Now South Wales, to Fanny, second daughter of
Gawbicr. S.A., by the Rev. C. A. F. Stremucl, father
of tho bridegroom, C. A E. Strempel to Kato E. Amies,
iildest Burviviug daughter of thu late Robert J. Amies,
bouth Yarra.
THOMPSON — THOMSON. — On the lOtli December, ut
Cresivick (by Rpcrial licence), by Rev. J. Carey. George
Thompson, of Post Office, Ureswiuk, to Nellie, daughter
ofGuorgo Thomson, late of Goeloug.
THOMSON — HORNE. — On the 2'Jcn November, at the
residence of the bride's brother, 31r. A. Home, Balaclava,
by thu Rev. J. G. Maokic, Jamos, eldest son of W. Thom
son, i) Fruucis-strcct, Collingwood, to Euphemia, eldest
laughter of tho lato Gcorgu of 8 Andrew street,
Sviudsor,
Watt— James.— On the 6lli December, at tho Noil-
4 Ptreet Wetleynn Church, Bullarnt, by tho Rer.-Robt.
Fioukart. Edwin Oliver, fourth sou of tho late J. M.
Watt, of Kosemoul, Kjncloo, . to Sophie, youngest
daughter of John Junics, mining manager, Baliarat,
WxQKHAJbi— Da. VIES.— On the lOtii Deceml:cr, at North
Fitzroy, by Prater F. Fullard, Sauuuil, eldest son of
Waniuel wioklum, to Ann June, oldest daughter of
David Davics, of Footscray.
Duldle.— On Uio 21st December, at her parents' real
clcnco, Feigusou-stivct, North Brighton, Lfcho liiumuh
Wuricl, the beloved iuruiit of Charles auu 31a i H";,.nph
Seadlo, aged 8 mouths aud 19 days.
Boyd,— Ou tho 21st December, ut her residence, 40
Cecil-street, Wiliiauwtown, Jluiy, tho beloved wifo of
Brown.— On the 15th December, nt 3 Ilrrol-atvect,
North Mclbourno, infant son of Alcxr. und Lizzie Browu,
Aged 3 days.
Cooil£lL — On tho 21st December, Ann, tho boloved
vifo of Alexander G'oupor,. contractor, 16 Capcl-ctrceL
"West Melbourne. Alter u mug uud painful illness, ugeu
63 yours.
Coovkr.— On tho 21st December, at her reaidenco,
Capol-streefc, Wort .M'olbmum\ Annio, tho dearly boloved
mother of 3ii». J. ii. Thompson, of Balaclava, und 31rs.
F. E. Ruujatiold, Albert I'urk, iu her 63rd year.
Coiuictt. — Ou the 21st Deeomhor, at No. 9 Edsex-streot,
Prahmo, ilenry 'J'homHH, the beloved son of Joscphiue
aud the lato 1 Lenry Corbctt, of Anisterdnoi-street, Rich-
iQond, aged 10i mouths.
A littlu sufferer gouc to rest.
CiUK.sY. — On tho 24th Octol>cr, ut his late residence,
Aluckross lark, Co. Dublin, Patrick Cranny, father of
IF. P. Cranuy, Elatcruwick.
Davibk.— On liith December, ut Charlotto-rtreet, Rich
mond, Muygio, dourly beloved wh o oi iiurry Duvlua, and
second daughter of Catherine and iuto Jeromiah
Da vies.— Oil ICth December, at Into residence, 35
Churlotte-strcot, llioluuuiid, Tuaggio, dearly beloved
Bister of Mn% Biuy, Victoria Burr-acini, aud P. Mougher,
police station. Port Melbourne. IL1.P.
Dawson. — On the 29th December, at her residence,
Little Crcmorne-tiMvi't, Jtichmoud, Rebecca, dearly be
loved witoof John Dawson, Vietoriau Railways, after
a long und painful illnuos, aged 48 years,
Dnovv.it.— On tho 20th DoccmStcr, at the residenoo of
IVIv. G. W. BenUey, 581 Rjuhdowii-strcct, Noiih Caritou,
Itieimrd Drover, aged 91 yeuij.
Easton.— Ou tiio 21st Decomlier, at Addorley-cottages,
Rieauor Juno Fnrvia, iumnt dangliter of Jumca uuil
Jeumu Enstou, aged 6 moutiis 21 days.
Fln'IjLA Y. — thi the 12th December, ut Union-rtrcet,
Bnmswick, Annio IJliaii, tlie tlcariy beloved child of
Gillunders und Juno Fimilay, aged 1 year and 3 weeks.
Fairer than the fiowcrs above hor,
Fading on hor still cold breast,
Placed by gentle lmruU that loved hor,
Darling Liiy baa goue to rust.
Fry.— On tho 3rd November, at Ea3tcrn-roiwl, South
Melbourne, Jaue, robot of the lato luoaiua Witiia Fry,
iigod 70 years.
Giiekkkk. — On the 19th December, at his iuto resi
dence, 112 Gorc-scrcuc, Fitzroy, John Grcnneu, the dearly
beloved htuOatid of «)ano GrtMiuen, and son iu taw of tho
Into Muunco BiCKiuan, oi CuliiugwooJ, aged 34 years.'
ltcquicscub lu peace. .
H.uit.— On tho 15th December, at Bridsenil-tcrroce,
Canning-street, ilotham Hill, tho licloved iufunt. sou of
Edwin and Gooit;iur. Hurt, ugea 8 weeks aud 4 days.
Hay.— on -the 14th Decern !>er, at Noruuraby-etrcot,
Oakleigh, Jame.i Akoaindcr, only sou of Juffu and Annio
liay, aged 9 uiontiu.
Hoduu.— Ou Gie 2lat Dncemlicr, at ftoscviUo Cottage.
Rewry-fitrret, North Caritou, William liodge, tho dear
beloved husband of isuvuh tiodgc, aged 32,
A long sufferer gouu to rest.
Japp.— Ou tho 10th De<a!inber, at his parents' resi
dence, St. George's Park.Nortacuiu, Leaiio uoxainler, tho
ti'arly ioved iiuant son of Tnomas Lyoll aud Emily Jupp,
aged Omontlis.
Kislooil— On tho 9th Decemlier, at her resi
dence, llerkley-btrcut, Ciustlouuiinc, Catherino, the
beloved wife of J. Ji. Kiulueh. Agod 68 years.
—Inserted by K. M. E.
Lkek.— On tlie 26th December, nt Mnckimmn-road.
F.ksc Brighton, Mary, relict of the late James Lets, aged
til years. R.I.P.
Dear mother, she has icft lis,
'f/jft us, ye3, tor overtnore ;
Rut wo bopo to uiccc our lovod ono
On that bright auti lrnppy t-bore.
Lonely tho house aud red tho hours
ftiucc our dou r ono linfi gone,
Rut, oh i a brighter homo than ours
M.'Corkick.— : On the 12th December, at his reridenco,
B:dnarriug, Mr. James M'Ccruuck, uged 65.
M'Do>\\xd.— On the 20th December, at her residence,
Thistlethw.ute-iiii'cMt, South Melbourne, Nora, Uio
btiioved %riiu of Frank Ji' Donald, eldcifi (laughter of
ii'homaa uud JIary Kjun, Ltvts-on-jtreet, Hot ham.
Her cud was peace.
M'Gek.— On the Uth Dccf>m1>: nt his resideuce,
Plevna, Yuhba Yubbu, Andrew jl'Geo, iu his 4ofh year,
native of Dungamion, Irelund.
Morrison-.— t to the 20th December, at his nnreutn'
residence, Magcnla-place, otf Lygou-fitrcet, Carlton.
John, tliird eldest sou of Johu und Ann Morrison, agca
£J years.
Mayhis soul rest in peace.
MuitPRri. — On the 20th December, at the Little Sisters'
Home, Nortbcote, John HinlJns Murpby, late superinten
dent aud secretary ot the Viuceutdo Paul Homo tor Men,
ftgod 70 years. R.I.P.
Navl<»iu — Ou the 21st December, suddenly, at tlie res!-
dcuco of hia ron-in-iaw, . Air. Tiiouiai, Colvw, SlayviUe.
Rarkbr's-romL Hawthorn, Junius, tho bct-Jvcd husband of
. Barah Naylor, in iiiii 70th yuir. Deeply regretted.
PiHLH'PB.— On tho 12th Dticcmbcr, nt her residence,
St. Loouard's-road, Hcalcsvilio, after a short illura.i.
Li.iry, thedoariy beloved wifo of Richard Pnihppo, uud
£eoon«l eldest oaujhtorof llcury IJadupp, of HeaiCdViUt,
25 years, deeply regretted. ....
I'niLLi PA. — On the 25th Doeomber, at CEO Roo-stroct,
Esther, youngest daughter ot V/iluum uud Mary PhUlips,
«i..cd 6 months. Sydney jiapor." please copy.
fil'ENCX— On the 2Lst Dccciuiwr, nt his parents' resi
dence, Ikirkly-sireeC, East i>run3wiok, David Meldruui, '
the beloved sou of David uud Margaret hpouco, ugod 1
yu.ir iiiul 5 niuiiths.
STEVBNi.— On tho 14th December, at IVuttlo-utroet,
fiaudiiurei, Eiiz. atcvcm-, uyed 74, the beloved mother
oi G. 11. .Stevens. Cuy-rOod, Mro. F. Wibiou, Cohins-
Btract, hlro. W. .ScoJiUirt, l>.Ularat, uutl Mrs. Wm.
May, tSandhurhL Beloved by ull who Imcv/ hor.
awiSTON.— On tho 21st December, Robert D. DL
Bwinlou. Nowmarkuc, for many yctvrsun einploydof the
blotropoutan Gas C-Ouipauy. Deeiffy roroited.
Watson.— On tho 19th Decouilier, ut Poowom;, Gippa-
laud, Juno, tho boloved wire of Hurry Wutsou, o«ed 45.
la Moiaoriatn.
Alzxander.— In lovios memory of our dearly beloved
cl-.ter. Frances, who departed this lite, at her sister's resi
dence, on the 23nl December, 1£87, ajed 25 years. R.I.P.
Wo mourn tho lo& of ono wo loved.
Ami did our best to rave ;
Remembered in the crave. ,
—Inserted by her loving si&torj, 3L Croajr and E. ht.
BEBB.— On the 17th December, at Staveley, Rathmines-
road, Auburn, the wife of Evan Bebb of a son.
BOWES.— On the 14th December, at 263 Drummond-
street, Carlton, the wife of Fred. Bowes of a daughter.
BROCK.— On the 13th December, at her residence,
Brockvale, Sutton Grange, the wife of Alexander Brock
of a son.
BROWNE.— On the 18th December, at William-street,
the wife of Dr. Valentine E. Browne, Surgeon Victorian
Military Forces, of a son.
CALLANDER.— On the 11th December, at her residence,
Moorabool-street, Geelong, the wife of Wm. Callander,
confectioner, &c., of a son.
CLARKE.— On the 15th December, at Andrew-street,
Northcote, the wife of W. Clarke of a son.
CRABBE.— On the 20th December, at 88 Lydiard-street,
Ballarat, the wife of John Sidney Crabbe of a son.
CROFT.— On 24th November, at Geelong-road, Foots
cray, the wife of T. J. Croft of a daughter.
DOUGLAS.— On the 30th December, the wife of Donald
Douglas, Surrey Hills, of a son.
FRASER.— On the 20th December, at 264 Brunswick-
street, Fitzroy, the wife of J. D. Fraser of a daughter.
Macarthur-place, Carlton, the wife of Alfred Fox of a
HARDING.— On the 15th December, at Victoria-street,
Flemington, the wife of A. Harding of a son. Both
doing well.
KNOWLES.— On the 21st December, at Knowlton,
Bendigo-street, Burnley, the wife of Richard Sheridan
Knowles of a daughter. Both well.
KNUBLEY.— On the 4th December, at Derwent, Jer
vois-street, St. Kilda, the wife of Thomas S. Knubley of
a daughter.
LLANWARNE.— On the 5th December, at Port Fairy
Cottage, Mason-street, South Yarra, the wife of J. L.
Llanwarne of a son.
LOOKER.— On the 19th December, at her residence,
Yambee, Murrumbeena, the wife of George Arthur
Looker of a daughter.
MITCHELL.— On the 16th December, at Revillin, Park
street, South Melbourne, the wife of J. C Mitchell of a
son.
NATHAN.— On the 21st December, at 85 O'Grady-street,
Clifton Hill, the wife of D. Nathan, agent for the Aus
tralian Widows' Fund, of a son.
PARSONS. — On the 15th December, at Cross-street,
Prahran, the wife of J. A. Parsons of a daughter.
PATRICK.— On the 14th December, at Glenroy, Lennox-
street, Richmond, the wife of Capt. S. Patrick of a
daughter.
WILLIAMS.— On the 19th December, at her residence,
South-street, Ascot Vale, the wife of Frank B. Williams
of a daughter.
ADAMS—PULLINGER.— On the 12th December, at St.
Matthias Church, Church-street, North Richmond, by
Rev. J. Dawborn (by special licence), Andrew, youngest
son of the late Captain Andrew Adams, of Adelaide, to
Lavinia Grace, daughter of Frederick Pullinger, of Flin
ders-lane and Russell-street, Melbourne.
BELLIN— FYSH.— On the 5th December, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, by Pastor Soltan, of Laun
ceston, Louis Charles, only son of John Bellin, of this
city, to Lila, second daughter of F. L. Fysh, of Hornsey,
FREEMAN—BUNNETT.— On the 26th of November, by
the Rev. N. Kinsman, Silas, youngest son of Thomas
Freeman, of Warwickshire, England, to Elizabeth (Betsy),
eldest daughter of John Bunnett, painter and grainer, of
Chilwell, Geelong.
GLEW— LATIMER.— On the 21st of November, at the
residence of the bride's parents, Barkly-street, Bruns-
wick, by the Rev. W. R. Lawrence, Edward, fourth son
GUNN— NEWBOUND.- On the 29th October, William
Gunn to Ada Emily Newbound, eldest daughter of the
lato Joseph Newbound, of Fitzroy.
HICKEY— KEATING.— On the 17th October, at St.
George's R.C. Church,, Carlton, by the Rev. Dr. Kelly,
Charles Hickey to Mary Margaret Keating, fourth
daughter of Thos. Keating, Esq,, of Birregurra.
LAWRENCE— ROBERTSON. —On the 19th December,
at St. james's, Piccadilly, Duncan Lawrence,
of the East Surrey Regiment, to Flora Macdonald, fourth
daughter of the late Jas. Robertson, Esq., of Struan
House, Launceston, Tasmania, and widow Chas. Raw-
linson Gibson, second son of the late Dr. Gibson, of Hal-
stead, Essex..
MELDRUM — GEDDES. — On the 5th December, at the
residence of the bride's parents, Cunninghame-street,
Sale, by the Rev. G. M. Connor, M.A., William, third son
of the late James Meldrum, of Longford, to Maggie,
fourth daughter of Robert Geddes.
MEREWEATHER— ALLISON.— Ou the 5th December,
at the residence of the bride, Walworth, Maribyrnong-
road, Ascot Vale, R. Harry, eldest son of Robert Mere-
weather, " Arawa," The Parade, Ascot Vale, to Hettie,
eldest daughter of the late Henry Allison, West Mel
bourne.
PIERCE — WHITE.— On the 12th December, at St.
Luke's Church, North Fitzroy, by the Rev. G. J. Arm
strong (by licence), Richard Evenden Pierce, of Mentone,
only son of John Richard Pierce, Dover, England, to
Elizabeth Maria, only child of James John White, of
"Home," Lingwell-road, Auburn, late of St. George's-
road. North Fitzroy, and granddaughter of Mr. G.
Lander, Kensall Green Marble Works.
SHEPPARD — BEVAN. — On the 17th December, at All
Saints' Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. Mr. Gregory,
Edward, son of the late Mr. Tho. Sheppard, of Lon
don, to Henrietta Anne, eldest daughter of G. Bevan,
Esq., Wattle-street, Prahran. Home papers please copy.
Smith, New South Wales, to Fanny, second daughter of
Gambier, S.A., by the Rev. C. A. F. Strempel, father
of the bridegroom, C. A. E. Strempel to Kate E. Amies,
eldest surviving daughter of the late Robert J. Amies,
South Yarra.
THOMPSON — THOMSON. — On the 10th December, at
Creswick (by special licence), by Rev. J. Carey. George
Thompson, of Post Office, Creswick, to Nellie, daughter
of George Thomson, late of Geelong.
THOMSON — HORNE. — On the 29th November, at the
residence of the bride's brother, Mr. A. Horne, Balaclava,
by the Rev. J. G. Mackie, James, eldest son of W. Thom
son, 9 Francis-street, Collingwood, to Euphemia, eldest
daughter of the late George Horne, of 8 Andrew street,
Windsor.
WATT— JAMES.— On the 6th December, at the Neil-
street Wesleyan Church, Ballarat, by the Rev. Robt.
Flockart, Edwin Oliver, fourth son of the late J. M.
Watt, of Rosemont, Kyneton, to Sophie, youngest
daughter of John James, mining manager, Ballarat.
WICKHAM— DAVIES.— On the 19th December, at North
Fitzroy, by Pastor F. Fullard, Samuel, eldest son of
Samuel Wickham, to Ann Jane, eldest daughter of
David Davies, of Footscray.
BEADLE.— On the 21st December, at her parents' resi
dence, Ferguson-street, North Brighton, Elsie Hannah
Muriel, the beloved infant of Charles and Mary Hannah
Beadle, aged 8 months and 19 days.
BOYD.— On the 21st December, at her residence, 40
Cecil-street, Williamstown, Mary, the beloved wife of
BROWN.— On the 15th December, at 3 Errol-street,
North Melbourne, infant son of Alexr. and Lizzie Brown,
aged 3 days.
COOPER. — On the 21st December, Ann, the beloved
wife of Alexander Cooper, contractor, 16 Capel-street,
West Melbourne. After a long and painful illness, aged
63 years.
COOPER.— On tho 21st December, at her residence,
Capel-street, West Melbourne, Annie, the dearly beloved
mother of Mrs. J. H. Thompson, of Balaclava, and Mrs.
F. E. Benjafield, Albert Park, in her 63rd year.
CORBETT. — On the 21st December, at No. 9 Essex-street,
Prahran, Henry Thomas, the beloved son of Josephine
and the late Henry Corbett, of Amsterdam-street, Rich-
mond, aged 10½ months.
A little sufferer gone to rest.
CRANNY. — On the 24th October, at his late residence,
Muckross Park, Co. Dublin, Patrick Cranny, father of
F. P. Cranny, Elsternwick.
DAVIES.— On 18th December, at Charlotte-street, Rich
mond, Maggie, dearly beloved wife of Harry Davies, and
second daughter of Catherine and late Jeremiah
DAVIES.— On 18th December, at late residence, 35
Charlotte-street, Richmond, Maggie, dearly beloved
sister of Mrs. Bray, Victoria Barracks, and P. Meagher,
police station. Port Melbourne. R.I.P.
DAWSON. — On the 29th December, at her residence,
Little Cremorne-street, Richmond, Rebecca, dearly be
loved wife of John Dawson, Victorian Railways, after
a long and painful illness, aged 48 years,
DROVER.— On the 20th December, at the residence of
Mr. G. W. Bentley, 581 Rathdown-street, North Carlton,
Richard Drover, aged 91 years.
EASTON.— On the 21st December, at Adderley-cottages,
Eleanor Jane Purvis, infant daughter of James and
Jeanie Easton, aged 6 months 21 days.
FINDLAY. — On the 12th December, at Union-street,
Bnmswick, Annie Lilian, the dearly beloved child of
Gillanders and Jane Findlay, aged 1 year and 3 weeks.
Fairer than the flowers above her,
Fading on her still cold breast,
Placed by gentle hands that loved her,
Darling Liiy has gone to rest.
FRY.— On the 3rd November, at Eastern-road, South
Melbourne, Jane, relict of the late Thomas Willis Fry,
aged 70 years.
GRENNEN. — On the 19th December, at his late resi
dence, 112 Gore-street, Fitzroy, John Grennen, the dearly
beloved husband of Jane Grennen, and son in law of the
late Maurice Brosnan, of Collingwood, aged 34 years.
Requiescat in peace.
HART.— On the 15th December, at Bridgend-terrace,
Canning-street, Hotham Hill, the beloved infant son of
Edwin and Georgina Hart, aged 8 weeks and 4 days.
HAY.— On the 14th December, at Normanby-street,
Oakleigh, James Alexander, only son of John and Annie
Hay, aged 9 months.
HODGE.— On the 21st December, at Roseville Cottage.
Newry-street, North Carlton, William Hodge, the dear
beloved husband of Sarah Hodge, aged 32,
A long sufferer gone to rest.
JAPP.— On the 10th December, at his parents' resi
dence, St. George's Park, Northcote, Leslie Alexander, the
dearly loved infant son of Thomas Lyell aud Emily Japp,
aged 6 months.
KINLOCH.— On the 9th December, at her resi
dence, Berkley-street, Castlemaine, Catherine, the
beloved wife of J. B. Kinloch. Aged 68 years.
—Inserted by E. M. S.
LEES.— On the 26th December, at Mackinnon-road.
East Brighton, Mary, relict of the late James Lees, aged
63 years. R.I.P.
Dear mother, she has left us,
Left us, yes, for evermore;
But we hope to meet our loved on
On that bright and happy shore.
Lonely the house and sad the hours
Since our dear one has gone
But, oh ! a brighter home than ours
McCORMICK.— On the 12th December, at his residence,
Balnarring, Mr. James McCormick, aged 65.
McDONALD.— On the 20th December, at her residence,
Thistlethwaite-street, South Melbourne, Nora, the
beloved wife of Frank Donald, eldest daughter of
Thomas and Mary Ryan, Leveson-street, Hotham.
Her end was peace.
M'GEE.— On the 11th December, at his residence,
Plevna, Yabba Yabba, Andrew McGee, in his 46th year,
native of Dungannon, Ireland.
MORRISON.— On the 20th December, at his parents'
residence, Magenta-place, off Lygon-street, Carlton.
John, third eldest sou of John and Ann Morrison, aged
20 years.
May his soul rest in peace.
MURPHY. — On the 20th December, at the Little Sisters'
Home, Northcote, John Hiskins Murphy, late superinten
dent and secretary of the Vincent de Paul Home for Men,
aged 70 years. R.I.P.
NAYLOR — On the 21st December, suddenly, at the resi
dence of his son-in-law, Mr. Thomas Colvin, Mayville,
Barker's-road, Hawthorn, James, the beloved husband of
Sarah Naylor, in his 70th year. Deeply regretted.
PHILIPPE.— On the 12th December, at her residence,
St. Leonard's-road, Healesville, after a short illness,
Mary, the dearly beloved wife of Richard Philippe, and
second eldest daughter of Henry Lindupp, of Healesville,
25 years, deeply regretted.
PHILLIPS. — On the 25th December, at 280 Rae-street,
Esther, youngest daughter of William and Mary Phillips,
aged 6 months. Sydney papers please copy.
SPENCE.— On the 21st December, at his parents' resi
dence, Barkly-street, East Brunswick, David Meldrum,
the beloved son of David and Margaret Spence, aged 1
year and 5 months.
STEVENS.— On the 14th December, at Wattle-street,
Sandhurst, Eliza Stevens, aged 74, the beloved mother
of G. H. Stevens, City-road, Mrs. F. Wilson, Collins-
street, Mrs. W. Stoddart, Ballarat, and Mrs. Wm.
May, Sandhurst. Beloved by all who knew her.
SWINTON.— On the 21st December, Robert D. M.
Swinton, Newmarket, for many years an employe of the
Metropolitan Gas Company. Deeply regretted.
WATSON.— On the 19th December, at Poowong, Gipps
land, Jane, the beloved wife of Harry Watson, aged 45.
ln Memoriam.
ALEXANDER.— In loving memory of our dearly beloved
sister, Frances, who departed this life, at her sister's resi
dence, on the 23rd December, 1887, aged 25 years. R.I.P.
We mourn the loss of one we loved.
And did our best to save ;
Remembered in the grave. ,
—Inserted by her loving sister, M. Creag and E. M.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918, 1935), Saturday 15 December 1888 [Issue No.1718] page 40 2019-10-17 19:51 Andrtw.— On the 4th December, at 154 Gold-street,
Clifton lllll the wife of J. Andrew of a daughter. Both
Andiikw.— On the 3rd December, at 335 Napler-strcct,
BUADsnAW.— On the 9th December, ftt Fernaide,
Henry-Htrect, Witnlsor, Uie wife of 8. H. Bradshaw of &
Fitzrojr, the wife of R. II. Brooks, jun., of a daughter.
Both doing well. - Sydney itapcra ploaso copy.
BttUNNlNO. — On tho 18th November, ftt Soinorlcytoo,
Maryvillo-strcct, IJuat St. Kiida, the wife of G. I.
Brunnitig of a eon. _ , tl _ . ,
Clogo.— On the 3rd Deoemler, ftt Cambonrell
Ciirtibynvell, the wife of Edwin Clogs of a son.
. Cor. n. —On tho 3rd December, at Etatemwick, the wifo
Of John FrancL Cole of a son. t v, .
DinKH.iN,— On tho 6th December, at English nml
Scottish Kftnk, Richmond, the wife of Iloury Dickson of
. Duouan.— On the 15th Novemlcr, ftt 117 Princes-
' fttrcct, Carlton, the wife of J. Duggan of a daughter.
' Both doing well. . . ,
Dwyer.- Ou tho 26th November, at residence.
; High-street, lvoroit, the wife of Constable Dwyer of a
Fraser — On tho 9th December, ftt Inrerbeakie,
, Toorak, the wife of .Simon Frascrof ft boo.
FliGw GST,— Oa the 27th November, at Ascot vale-
5 road, Moonee Ponds, the wife of F..ll"romcnt of a son.
Gallop — On the 30th November, at Ohff-Htrcct, .South
r:' lfftjTa,.the Wife of George Gallop of a daughter.
Gardiner.— Onthe 7th December, at Lereson-atrect,
t - c "ie w f. J.TL Gardiner of & eon.
Gears'— On tho 5th December, at Blackall Queens-'
' land, the' wife of John Gearn of a sou. Both doing
' well.
Griffin .— On the 6th December, at 513 Station-street,
North Carlton. Mrs. Griffin of a daughter. _ .
Guerin — On the 5th December, at. Trafaleftr-roaa,
CftiuberweH. the wife of Richsird J. Guerin of ft daughter.
Hall — On the Sth Decemlier. at S7 Hambleton-street,
Middle Park, the wifc-of 8. 8. Hall of ft son.
Hamilton — On the 9th December, at Runcorn villa,
: Eftst-er'n-roftd, South Melbourne, the wife of John Hamll-
tonofnson. ....
Hill.-Od the 4th December, ftt 14 Onnckslmnk-strcct,
Port Mellwurue. the wife of O. \V. Hill of'a sou.
Kendall — On the 4th December, at her residence,
Ivy Bank, South Prc3ton, the wife of II. J. Kendall of ft
ton.-
LsA.cir.-Oti the 1st December, tho wife of Mr. J. B.
Leach of ft non.
Longstaff. —On tho 29th September, ftt North Mel-
liourne, the wife of F. Lougstatf, of Ballarat, of a
"MDartity.— On the 3rd December, at. 24 Beaconsfielil-
parade, Albert Purk. the wife of Justin M'Carthy,
solicitor, of Bmken Hill, of a daughter.
MacMahon — On the 2lRt Novoinbcr, at Elgin-street,
Carlton, the wifo of W. O.'MaeMalion of » son.
Mitchell — On the 1st December, at . Manchester
Villa, -Manningham-stroet, Royal Pork, the wife of C.
YT. Mitchell, seedsman, of ft daughter.
O'Donnkll.— On the 2nd Deeeml>er, at 267 Nicholson-
street, Carlton, tho wife of David George ODonuell of a
eon. _
Paterb.— On the 7th December, at Lennox-street,
thorn, the wifo of \V. T. Pater of a son.
Patterson.— On tho 10th Novembor, at the corner of
Pelliam ami Berkeley streets, Carlton, tho wife of W.J,
Patterson of a son. ,
Pearge .— On the 5th Decemlier, at Glenrhu, Richard-
' i3 a-8trect, Ewendon, the wife of E. P. Pearee of ft
(laughter.
Pope.— On the 7th December, ftt Seymour-street, Tra-
ralgon, the wifo of 4Y. G. Pope of a daughter. Both
doing welL
Seal .— On tho 8th December, at Lyons-street, Wil
liamstown, tho wife of T. E. Seal of a daughter.
Stevens.— Ou tho 9th December, at Brynffordd, Rail
way-crescent, Moonce Ponds, the wifo of h. J. Stevens of
Stewart.— Oq tho 30th Novembor, at 10 Evans-street,
Port Melbourne, tliewtfeof Robert Stewart of ft daughter.
Thomas.— On tho 30th Noveml>er, at 315 High-street,
' oud daughter. All doing well.
Trimmer.— On the 24th November, at Rosnoy-strcot,
Hawthorn, the wife of L. M. Trimmer of ft son.
Tully.— On tho 10th December, at Elli Matta, Gee-
long, the wifo of James F. Tully of a son.
Wheeler —On theSth December, at Forndale, Hawks-
burn, Uie wife of F. T. Whotdcr of a aon.
White -On the 5th DetMimber, at 74 Oourtney-Btreet,
North Melbourne, the arife -of A W. White of a son.
. Both doing well.
Willder .— On tha 2nd Dtember. at Narbythoog,
Brighton, tho wife of Derbin WQlder of a daughter.
Bignell — Firman — On the 21&t Novonflier, at the
; rcsidcnce of tho bride's mother, Maryborough, by the
"Xer. J. Niool, of Talbot, George, oldest son of Georgo
' -Bignbll, - of Cambridge, Tasmania, to Edith (Ada),
f oungest'dsughtcr of tho late Thomas Firmau, of Talbot.
Bloomfield— Frew.— On tho 26th November, at
. Holy Trinity Church. Balaclava, by tho Rev. Dr. Tor-
. ranee, Samuol O. R.< second surviviug sou of tlie late
. Eliza Annie (Llllio. second daughter of Georgo Frew,
Central station. C'obar, N.8.W.
Connell—McSweney.— On the 5th November, ot St.
Patrick's Cathedral, br the Very Rev. Dean Douaghjr.
. William Ascension, eldest son of Michael Council, of
Fitzroy.ta Janie, eldest daughter of Joseph M'Sweuey,
Of North Carlton.
Cummin — kendall — Ou the 27th November, at St.
A.mbroso Church, Brunswick, by tho Rev. Father Collins,
Daniel Francis, third non of the late Michael James
Cummins, to Kate, eldost daughter of Robert Kendall,
late of Whitehftvon, Oumbcrluuu. England.
Davies—BENNETTS - On the 28th November, ftt Call-
! fornia Gully, Bandhuret, Alfred, Rocond Ron of W.
Davies, OasUemaine. to Lucretia, fifth daughter of tho
' late H. Beunetts, California Gully.
DERRICK — Hearle— On the 13th November, at tho
. reaideuce of tho brido's mother, Tatura, by the Rot. A.
. Chambers. Biduoy, eldest son of Wm. Derrick, of Lance-
Hcarlo of Melbourne.
Harrison— McEwin .— On the 19th Beptember, at tho
: rcsldonco of tho brido's parents, by the Rev. J. Thomas,
assisted by tlio Rev. A. T. Holdcn, Francis Thomas,
oldost sou of James Harrison. Burwond, to Agnes, second
. daughter of J. N. M'Ewin, or South Waudin.
HOSIE—Raven.— On the 22nd Novomber, at the resi
ander Stewart, William, fourth Ron of Archibald Hosle.
Glasgow, to Elizabeth Younghusband, third daughter oi
JACKSOTT - On n— Soothe 7th Novembor, nt St.
Stephen's Church. Richmond, by tho Rev. C. T. Perks,
Johnston— Grant.— On the 23th November, by the
Rev. Dr. Macdonald, Henry James, eldest Ron of Dickson
Russell Johnston, to Mary Amelia, second danght-or of
Johnson— Lynch— On the 29th November, nt fit.
. nan, Henry Johnson, fourth eldest son of Frederick
Johnson, of Footacnvy, lute of Castlomaiue, to Bridget
ttmne and Adelaide papers jilc-iise copy.
Jones—Smith .— On the 20th November, ftt the rc3i-
< deuce of Mr. Henry Scott, Albert Park, by tho Rev.
Alexander Marshall, M.A., T. B. Jones, pharmaclit,
' Fitzroy, to Mary, youngest daughter of tlio lato Mr. J,
fiuiith, architect, Fitzroy.
LEEGH—SIMONSEN - On the 30th November, by tho
. Rev. Mr. Kinsman, William Agustan Leech, of Malnu-
' bury, to Floronoe Jane Simonsen, granddaughter of
" Mrs. ,Tas. Grey, of Portland.
McKenzie—WHAN - At tho residence of the bride'i
jPftrouts, Donald-street, Pruhrun. by tho Rev. A. Macvean,
Colin M'Kenzie, son of Alexander M'Konzie, ChajKdhili,
Ross-ahiro, N.B., to Mary Whan, eldest daughter oi Isaac
Whan, late nolly Lodge, Creswick.
MALE—SMITH - On tho 5th December, ftt St. Patrick's
' Cathedral, Ivy tho Very Rev. Deau Donaghy, Jamos P.
i Male, eldest son of Wm. Male, Hamilton on Forth, to
, May A. Smith, eldest daughter of lato W. Smith, Ciuitra-
goad. R. Leven, Tasmania. Tasmania papers please.
NEIl—WOESS - On the 14th Novemlxjr, at the Con-
. ffregatioual Ohurch, Malvern-road, Prahran, by the Iter.
Osric' Copland, Frederick W., son of tho late Robert
' Nell, formerly 'of Fitzroy. to Anna M., youngest daughter
of the late Oarl Anton Woess, of Prahran.
NORCOTT— GARDNER.— On tho 27th November, at St.
James Henry Norcott, 8th Hussars Austrian army), to
Gardner, of tho P. and O. Service.
POWELL—CLEGHORN - On tho 20th November, ftt the
. residence of the bride's parents, Moreland-atreet, Foots-
cray. bv Uie Rev. M. ft. Hnrt, Noble, eldest son of
W. tl. Powoll, Esq., to Nellie, youngest daughter of A.
i Roukutkon— Hallas.— On the 14th November, by the
; Rev. N. Kinsman, Walter, youngfet oon of Uie late
- Thomas R. RolierUon, of Victorian Railways, to Maty
J. G. Haiku, eldest daughter of N, Halltis, late of Band-
burst.
- Ro.AK.vnr.ooH— LEvm.— On the 21st November, at
Lake Moodamere, Rutherglen, Ilyman, eldest son of the
. late Harris Rosenbloom, of Heywood, to Henrietta,
8 ii AW— K a v. — On the 27th Novoinber, nt St. Mnry's,
Geelong, Charles John, youngest son of tho late l)r.
Forater Shaw, of Geelong, to Josephine, eldest daughter
of W. P. Kay, Esq., also of Geelong. Geelong pax>er3
Tijomhon— ' Thompson.— On tho 14th November, at
. Baptist Tubornoelo, Longford, Tasmania, by the Iter. H.
Wood, Goorgo James, eldest son of C. Thomson, Little
- River, Victoria, to Alice Mary, fifth daughter of G. T.
Waljckk— stuntkvant.— On the 24th November, br
. tlie Rev. E. Orlando Knee, at tho residence of tho bride s
narenta, Mark Albert, fifth eon of John Walker, Esq., lo
Lily Annie, youngest daughter of Buxton Bturtevant,
Waui>— JIueton.— On the 6th December, at All
Saints' Church, East fit. Hilda, Harry, youngest sou
of the late William Word, 8toke Edith, Hereford,
Thomas Murton. Gilt Cross Ironworks, Kouniughall,
Norfolk, Englana. Home papers please copy.
Watersiax— Piesse.— On tho 19th November, at St.
Ycllaud, Richard Jnmes, only son of J. Waterman, to
Louisa Mary, third daughter of the late O. A. Tiesse.
Both of Colliugwood.
Austin.— On the 7th December, at his residence, 29
Morrah-etreet, Parkville, Thomas Austin, aged 66 years,
Hakuy.— On the 8th December, nt the residence of her
mother, 140 Dryburgh-strcct, North Melbourno, nfterlong
and painful illness, Sarah Jane IIayc3, beloved daughter
of Bridget and tho late Hugh Barry, aged 23 years.
Beaciiasl — On the 6th December, at her late resi
dence, Farmer-street, Burnley, Ann, relict of tho lnte
Byiink.— On the 9th December, at her residence,
soul rest inpeace.
Cameron. — On the 10th Docembor, ftt No. 5 Erille-
phvco, Albert Park, Annie Louisa, beloved wife of John
Clark.— On the 9th Decemlver, at his late residence,
16 Littlo Davies-strcot, South Ynrra, James Clark, baker,
Cutter.— On the 10th December, at his residence, 3
Grosvenor-terrftce, Norninnhy-strect, Richmond, Christo
pher William -Randall Cutter, tho bolovcd husband of
Caroline Cutter, in his 70tli year.
Denny.— On the 3rd December, at his residence, Bar
rack-street, Beualla, Timothy Denny, aged 73 yoars.
-Donnelly.— On the 3rd December, ot Melbourno
Hospital, of consumption. James Donnelly, aged 31year3,
Downie.— On tho 5th December, at tho residenoeof her
Margaret Downie, relict of the lato John Downie, Lcith,
Scotland, aged 83 years. !
Drake.— On the 7th December, at his residence, North
Melliourne. Richard Drake, tho beloved husband of
Emily Drake, aged &4 yearn.
Easton.— On the 5th December, at her residence,
Fivviuan.— On the 4th December, at Gisbomo,
Fish.— On tho 10th December, at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Skidmore, 1'ickett-street. Footscray,
Rooiia, beloved wifo of J. H. Fish, aged 61
Flood.— On the 29th September, at Dinton Vicarage,
Buckinghamshire, England, tho Rev. Samuel Flood,
Gordon. — On the 9th Deeeml>er, accidentally
drowned In Hobson's Bay. through the upsetting of a
boat. Teresa Goirlon, daughter of the late Charles
Gordon, of Mariners-streot, North Williamstown, aged
Graves.— On tho 10th December, at his residence. 61
the Crescent Hotel, Cecil and Parle streets, South Mel
bourne. and ft colonist of 44 years : aged 63 years.
llaincs, nged 76 years.
HEWSON - On the 11th December, ftt hi3 brother's
residence, 416 Brunswick-atreet, Fitzroy, George Hewsnn,
youngest son of Thomas and Sarah Ilewson, of Wig-
ton . aged 42 years. Carlisle papers please copy.
Holder.— On the 5th December, at Quoonscliff.
Isabella, the beloved wifo of Heury Holder, late of
Moonce Ponds, aged 37 years.
HOUREGAN - On the 6th December, at QueenReliff,
Patrick Edward Ilouregan.of the Permanent Artillory,
Quoenscliff, aged 28 yeara, after a short illness. R.I.P.
Hugh Longtield Jones, late chief engineer r.s. Williams,
and son-in-law to Mr. Robert Williams, of James-atroct,
beloved father of Jane Barnctt.
12 Groen-streot, Houth Richmond, Annie, the beloved wife
of William Frederick Kegcle, eldest daughter of James
and Mary Rudd, agwl 25 years.
dean, Power-street, Hawthorn, Catherine, tho beloved
wife of Patrick Kioly, contractor, lato of Ballarat, oged
39 yeare.It.LP.
LEARMONTH - On the 10th Decemlier, at New Hall,
Moonce Ponds, William Learmontii, second son of tho
late Mr. Thomas Le&mionth, of Mertoun. Roxburghshire,
LECKIE - At her parent' residence, 43 Finlay-atrcet,
daughter of James A. and Jeannio M. Leckie, deoply
rcCTofcted. Dunedin and Invcrcargill papers please copy.
LINQUIST - On the 10th December, at her residenoej
loved wife of Frederick Linquiat, and eldest daughter of
the lato Andrew Morton, stonemason, of Castlumaiuo,
after a short And painful illness, aged 38 yews, Oastle-
maine jiapers please copy.
McCARTHY - On tho 9th December, at her residence,
169 Argyle-street, Fitzroy, Catherino, tho beloved wife of
Michael M'Carthy, aged 52 yvaw. R.I.P.
McGREGOR - On the 24th November, at Callawadila,
John M'Grogor, Accidentally killed while starting ft team
of honica In reaper and binder; aged 46 years.
McKinley. — On the Sth December, at her residence.
25 Johmton-Btreot, Fitzroy, Sarah, the beloved wife of
Mr. James M'Kinloy, sen., altera long ami eerore ilinea3,
aged 52 yean.
McKINNEY - On the 28th Novembor, at her resldonoo,
60 Regent-street, Richmond, Jane M'Kinney, ftged57.
McMahon. — On the 8th December, At his residence. 670
Drummond-street. North Carlton, Patrick M'Mauoo,
Merry.— On tho 10th December, at ner lato residence,
545 Churoh-street. Richmond, Cathorino, tho bolovea
wife of Richard Merry, aced 54 years. R.I.P.
Miller.— On tho 4th December, at tho Junction Hotel.
Moore.— On the 7th December, At Malvern, Annie
relict of tho Into Jno. Moore, of Glenferrie, Red Hill,
Morgan.— On the Uth December, at Welfrnuton-
Rtrcet, Kew. Robert Fred., only surviving son of U. R.
Morgan, O.K., aged 24 years.
Nicholson. — On 22nd November, on board the steam-
ship Salnzle, near Aden, Red Sea, Germain Nicliolsou,
NODRUM - On the 6th December, at his lato residenco,
159 Malvern-road, Toorak, Edward James Nodnun, uucle
to M. A Nodruiu, aged 81 years.
dence, Vcrdon-Btreet, Williamstown. George Edward,
youngest son of tlie late "William and Catherine Outen,
Powell.— On tho 30th Noremhor, at Kent Town, near
Adelaide, South Australia. William Toweli, aged C2,
Purcell.— Onthc9th December, accidentally drowned
in Hohson's Buy, through the upsetting of a boat, Juno
REGAN - On the 6th Decemlier, lit 20 Ireland-street.
West- Melbourne, EUen Philomena, the dearly beloved
daughter of "William Regan, of Illubarook, aged 17
years aud 8 months. Ballarat papers please copy.
Richards. — On the 6th December, at his late resi
dence, tflirdsaU-nlaco, off Itathdown-street, North Carl
ton, the dearly beloTed husband of Susan Richards, in
RIDER - On the 28th November, nt his residence,
Campbell's Forost, after a long and painful illness, Mark
Rider, former, agoa 70; the beloved husband of Hannah
residence, 165 Allwrtrroad, South Melbourne, Herbert
Josoph. dearly loTed youngest eon of James and Alice
Sfttclioll, aged 4 years.
SHEEKY - On the 10th December, at his resilience,
bourne, Patrick K. Sheeky, aged 50 years. R.I.P,
Smith.— On the 10th December, at 170 Siwpson's-road,
Richmond, Hilda Ruby Sarah, lufunt dnughtcr of Henry
nnd Jano Smith. Aged 8 months.
Smith.— On the 9th Decemlier, At Hyde-ntrect, FooU-
daughter of J. P. and Anna Maria Smith, oged 1 year 3
Smith.— On tho 11th December, At Collsfield, Moonoe
Ponds, Manraret Rolierta, only and bidored daughter of
Stratton. — On tho 6th December, at the residence
of Mr. Scott, butcher, 53 Bank-street wc3t, South Mel
bourne, Isabella, only Burvivlng daughter of the lato
TOURSEY - On the 6th December, at her re3idenco, 5
Birchni-ternce, A'Becket-t-Btrectwest, Melbourne, Mary,
widow of tho late P. Touraey, formerly of Quecnscliff,
aged 61 years. It. LP.
street. South Melbourne, Mrs. Turnbull, the wifo of the
late J. H. TurnbulL oged 53 yearsand 9 months.
Walker.— On tho 7th December, at her residence,
Yarra-bank, Victoria-street, Ahbotsford, Elizabeth,
Watson.— On the 10th December, At his late residence.
Waterloo-road, Thomas Watson, tho beloved hunband of
Mary Ann Watnou, aged 61 years. Home papers please
Decare-stroet, Brunswick, Charles John, the beloved hus
band 06 Helen Wells, aged 65 years.
Wilson.— On the 6th November, ftt EUerelle, N.W.
coast Tasmania, 8arah Jano, the beloved daughter of
Mrs. J. Wilson, and sister to Mrs. J. II. N. Keene, of
C'lifton Hill, ulso Mrs. T. Henderson, of Carlton.
Woodhouse.— On the 3rd December, Adelaide Mario
Graham, the beloved wife of Edwiu Woodhouse, aged 30
in memoriam.
BAKER - In fond and loving reraombranro of my dear
wife, Emily, who doparlcd this life on the 8th December,
1887. nt the residcnco of her father. D. Young, Mount
Wallftoe.
ANDREW.— On the 4th December, at 154 Gold-street,
Clifton Hill, the wife of J. Andrew of a daughter. Both
doing well.
ANDREW.— On the 3rd December, at 335 Napier-street,
BRADSHAW.— On the 9th December, at Fernside,
Henry-street, Windsor, the wife of S. H. Bradshaw of a
son.
Fitzroy, the wife of R. H. Brooks, jun., of a daughter.
Both doing well. - Sydney papers please copy.
BRUNNING. — On the 18th November, at Somerleyton,
Maryville-street, East St. Kilda, the wife of G. E.
Brunning of a son.
CLOGG.— On the 3rd December, at Camberwell Hotel,
Camberwell, the wife of Edwin Clogg of a son.
COLE. —On tho 3rd December, at Elsternwick, the wife
of John Francis Cole of a son.
DICKSON.— On the 6th December, at English and
Scottish Bank, Richmond, the wife of Henry Dickson of
a daughter.
DUGGAN.— On the 15th November, at 117 Princes-
street, Carlton, the wife of J. Duggan of a daughter.
Both doing well.
DWYER.- On the 26th November, at residence.
High-street, Koroit, the wife of Constable Dwyer of a
son.
FRASER.— On the 9th December, at Inverbeakie,
Toorak, the wife of Simon Fraser of a son.
FROMENT.— On the 27th November, at Ascot vale-
road, Moonee Ponds, the wife of F. Froment of a son.
GALLOP. — On the 30th November, at Cliff-street, South
Yarra, the wife of George Gallop of a daughter.
GARDINER.— On the 7th December, at Leveson-street,
North Melbourne, the wife of J. H. Gardiner of a son.
Both well.
GEARN.— On the 5th December, at Blackall, Queens
land, the wife of John Gearn of a son. Both doing
well.
GRIFFIN.— On the 6th December, at 513 Station-street,
North Carlton. Mrs. Griffin of a daughter.
GUERIN.— On the 5th December, at Trafalgar-road,
Camberwell, the wife of Richard J. Guerin of a daughter.
HALL.— On the 8th December, at 87 Hambleton-street,
Middle Park, the wife of S. S. Hall of a son.
HAMILTON. — On the 9th December, at Runcorn villa,
Eastern-road, South Melbourne, the wife of John Hamil-
ton of a son.
HILL.-On the 4th December, at 14 Cruickshank-street,
Port Melbourne, the wife of C. W. Hill of a son.
KENDALL. — On the 4th December, at her residence,
Ivy Bank, South Preston, the wife of H. J. Kendall of a
son.
LEACH.-On the 1st December, the wife of Mr. J. B.
Leach of a son.
LONGSTAFF. —On the 29th September, at North Mel-
bourne, the wife of F. Longstatf, of Ballarat, of a
daughter.
McCARTHY.— On the 3rd December, at. 24 Beaconsfield-
parade, Albert Park, the wife of Justin M'Carthy,
solicitor, of Broken Hill, of a daughter.
MacMAHON. — On the 21st November, at Elgin-street,
Carlton, the wife of W. C. MacMahon of a son.
MITCHELL. — On the 1st December, at Manchester
Villa, Manningham-street, Royal Park, the wife of C.
W. Mitchell, seedsman, of a daughter.
O'DONNELL.— On the 2nd December, at 267 Nicholson-
street, Carlton, the wife of David George O'Donnell of a
son.
PATER.— On the 7th December, at Lennox-street, Haw
thorn, the wife of W. T. Pater of a son.
PATTERSON.— On the 10th November, at the corner of
Pelham and Berkeley streets, Carlton, the wife of W. J.
Patterson of a son.
PEARCE .— On the 5th December, at Glenrhu, Richard-
son-street, Essendon, the wife of E. P. Pearce of a
daughter.
POPE.— On the 7th December, at Seymour-street, Tra-
ralgon, the wife of W. G. Pope of a daughter. Both
doing well.
SEAL .— On the 8th December, at Lyons-street, Wil
liamstown, the wife of T. E. Seal of a daughter.
STEVENS.— On the 9th December, at Brynffordd, Rail
way-crescent, Moonee Ponds, the wife of E. J. Stevens of
STEWART.— On the 30th November, at 10 Evans-street,
Port Melbourne, the wife of Robert Stewart of a daughter.
THOMAS.— On the 30th November, at 315 High-street,
and daughter. All doing well.
TRIMMER.— On the 24th November, at Rosney-street,
Hawthorn, the wife of L. M. Trimmer of a son.
TULLY.— On the 10th December, at Elli Matta, Gee-
long, the wife of James F. Tully of a son.
WHEELER. —On the 5th December, at Ferndale, Hawks-
burn, the wife of F. T. Wheeler of a son.
WHITE -On the 5th December, at 74 Courtney-street,
North Melbourne, the wife of A. W. White of a son.
Both doing well.
WILLDER .— On the 2nd December, at Narbythong,
Brighton, the wife of Derbin Willder of a daughter.
BIGNELL — FIRMAN. — On the 21st November, at the
residence of the bride's mother, Maryborough, by the
Rev. J. Nicol, of Talbot, George, oldest son of George
Bignell, of Cambridge, Tasmania, to Edith (Ada),
youngest daughter of the late Thomas Firman, of Talbot.
BLOOMFIELD— FREW.— On the 26th November, at
Holy Trinity Church. Balaclava, by the Rev. Dr. Tor-
rance, Samuel C. R., second surviving son of the late
Eliza Annie (Lillie), second daughter of George Frew,
Central station. Cobar, N.S.W.
CONNELL—McSWENEY.— On the 5th November, at St.
Patrick's Cathedral, br the Very Rev. Dean Donaghy,
William Ascension, eldest son of Michael Connell, of
Fitzroy, to Janie, eldest daughter of Joseph M'Sweney,
of North Carlton.
CUMMINS— KENDALL. — On the 27th November, at St.
Ambrose Church, Brunswick, by the Rev. Father Collins,
Daniel Francis, third son of the late Michael James
Cummins, to Kate, eldest daughter of Robert Kendall,
late of Whitehaven, Cumberland, England.
DAVIES—BENNETTS. - On the 28th November, at Cali-
fornia Gully, Sandhurst, Alfred, second son of W.
Davies, Castlemaine, to Lucretia, fifth daughter of the
late H. Bennetts, California Gully.
DERRICK — HEARLE.— On the 13th November, at the
residence of the bride's mother, Tatura, by the Rev. A.
Chambers, Sidney, eldest son of Wm. Derrick, of Lance
Hearle of Melbourne.
HARRISON— McEWIN .— On the 19th September, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Thomas,
assisted by the Rev. A. T. Holden, Francis Thomas,
eldest son of James Harrison. Burwood, to Agnes, second
daughter of J. N. McEwin, of South Wandin.
HOSIE—RAVEN.— On the 22nd November, at the resi
ander Stewart, William, fourth son of Archibald Hosie,
Glasgow, to Elizabeth Younghusband, third daughter of
JACKSON—SCOTT.— On the 7th November, at St.
Stephen's Church. Richmond, by the Rev. C. T. Perks,
JOHNSTON— GRANT.— On the 23th November, by the
Rev. Dr. Macdonald, Henry James, eldest son of Dickson
Russell Johnston, to Mary Amelia, second daughter of
JOHNSON— LYNCH.— On the 29th November, at St.
nan, Henry Johnson, fourth eldest son of Frederick
Johnson, of Footscray, late of Castlemaine, to Bridget
Home and Adelaide papers please copy.
JONES—SMITH.— On the 20th November, at the resi
dence of Mr. Henry Scott, Albert Park, by the Rev.
Alexander Marshall, M.A., T. B. Jones, pharmacist,
Fitzroy, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. J.
Smith, architect, Fitzroy.
LEECH—SIMONSEN - On the 30th November, by the
Rev. Mr. Kinsman, William Agustan Leech, of Malms
bury, to Florence Jane Simonsen, granddaughter of
Mrs. Jas. Grey, of Portland.
McKENZIE—WHAN - At the residence of the bride's
parents, Donald-street, Prahran, by tho Rev. A. Macvean,
Colin M'Kenzie, son of Alexander M'Kenzie, Chapelhill,
Ross-shire, N.B., to Mary Whan, eldest daughter of Isaac
Whan, late Holly Lodge, Creswick.
MALE—SMITH - On the 5th December, at St. Patrick's
Cathedral, by the Very Rev. Dean Donaghy, James P.
Male, eldest son of Wm. Male, Hamilton on Forth, to
May A. Smith, eldest daughter of late W. Smith, Castra-
goad, R. Leven, Tasmania. Tasmania papers please
copy.
NEIL—WOESS - On the 14th November, at the Con-
gregational Church, Malvern-road, Prahran, by the Rev.
Osric Copland, Frederick W., son of the late Robert
Neil, formerly of Fitzroy. to Anna M., youngest daughter
of the late Carl Anton Woess, of Prahran.
NORCOTT— GARDNER.— On the 27th November, at St.
James Henry Norcott, 8th Hussars (Austrian army), to
Gardner, of the P. and O. Service.
POWELL—CLEGHORN - On the 20th November, at the
residence of the bride's parents, Moreland-street, Foots-
cray, by the Rev. M. G. Hart, Noble, eldest son of
W. H. Powell, Esq., to Nellie, youngest daughter of A.
ROBERTSON— HALLAS.— On the 14th November, by the
Rev. N. Kinsman, Walter, youngest son of the late
Thomas R. Robertson, of Victorian Railways, to Mary
J. G. Hallas, eldest daughter of N. Hallas, late of Sand-
hurst.
ROSENBLOOM— LEVIN.— On the 21st November, at
Lake Moodamere, Rutherglen, Hyman, eldest son of the
late Harris Rosenbloom, of Heywood, to Henrietta,
SHAW— KAY. — On the 27th November, at St. Mary's,
Geelong, Charles John, youngest son of the late Dr.
Forster Shaw, of Geelong, to Josephine, eldest daughter
of W. P. Kay, Esq., also of Geelong. Geelong papers
THOMSON— THOMPSON.— On the 14th November, at
Baptist Tabernacle, Longford, Tasmania, by the Rev. H.
Wood, George James, eldest son of C. Thomson, Little
River, Victoria, to Alice Mary, fifth daughter of G. T.
WALKER— STURTEVANT.— On the 24th November, by
the Rev. E. Orlando Knee, at the residence of the bride's
parents, Mark Albert, fifth son of John Walker, Esq., to
Lily Annie, youngest daughter of Buxton Sturtevant,
WARD— MURTON.— On the 6th December, at All
Saints' Church, East St. Kilda, Harry, youngest son
of the late William Word, Stoke Edith, Hereford,
Thomas Murton. Gilt Cross Ironworks, Kenninghall,
Norfolk, England. Home papers please copy.
WATERMAN— PIESSE.— On the 19th November, at St.
Yelland, Richard Jnmes, only son of J. Waterman, to
Louisa Mary, third daughter of the late C. A. Piesse.
Both of Collingwood.
AUSTIN.— On the 7th December, at his residence, 29
Morrah-street, Parkville, Thomas Austin, aged 66 years,
BARRY.— On the 8th December, at the residence of her
mother, 140 Dryburgh-street, North Melbourne, after long
and painful illness, Sarah Jane Hayes, beloved daughter
of Bridget and the late Hugh Barry, aged 23 years.
BEACHAM. — On the 6th December, at her late resi
dence, Farmer-street, Burnley, Ann, relict of the late
BYRNE.— On the 9th December, at her residence,
soul rest in peace.
CAMERON. — On the 10th December, at No. 5 Eville-
place, Albert Park, Annie Louisa, beloved wife of John
CLARK.— On the 9th December, at his late residence,
16 Little Davies-street, South Yarra, James Clark, baker,
CUTTER.— On the 10th December, at his residence, 3
Grosvenor-terrace, Normanby-street, Richmond, Christo
pher William Randall Cutter, the beloved husband of
Caroline Cutter, in his 70th year.
DENNY.— On the 3rd December, at his residence, Bar
rack-street, Benalla, Timothy Denny, aged 73 years.
DONNELLY.— On the 3rd December, at Melbourne
Hospital, of consumption. James Donnelly, aged 31 years,
DOWNIE.— On the 5th December, at the residence of her
Margaret Downie, relict of the late John Downie, Leith,
Scotland, aged 83 years.
DRAKE.— On the 7th December, at his residence, North
Melbourne, Richard Drake, the beloved husband of
Emily Drake, aged 54 years.
EASTON.— On the 5th December, at her residence,
FINNINGAN.— On the 4th December, at Gisborne,
FISH.— On the 10th December, at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Skidmore, Pickett-street. Footscray,
Romia, beloved wife of J. H. Fish, aged 61
FLOOD.— On the 29th September, at Dinton Vicarage,
Buckinghamshire, England, the Rev. Samuel Flood,
GORDON. — On the 9th December, accidentally
drowned in Hobson's Bay. through the upsetting of a
boat. Teresa Gordon, daughter of the late Charles
Gordon, of Mariners-street, North Williamstown, aged
GRAVES.— On the 10th December, at his residence. 61
the Crescent Hotel, Cecil and Park streets, South Mel
bourne. and a colonist of 44 years : aged 63 years.
Haines, aged 76 years.
HEWSON - On the 11th December, at his brother's
residence, 416 Brunswick-street, Fitzroy, George Hewson,
youngest son of Thomas and Sarah Hewson, of Wig-
ton, aged 42 years. Carlisle papers please copy.
HOLDER.— On the 5th December, at Queenscliff,
Isabella, the beloved wife of Henry Holder, late of
Moonee Ponds, aged 37 years.
HOUREGAN - On the 6th December, at Queenscliff,
Patrick Edward Houregan, of the Permanent Artillery,
Queenscliff, aged 28 years, after a short illness. R.I.P.
Hugh Longfield Jones, late chief engineer s.s. Williams,
and son-in-law to Mr. Robert Williams, of James-street,
beloved father of Jane Barnett.
12 Green-street, South Richmond, Annie, the beloved wife
of William Frederick Kegele, eldest daughter of James
and Mary Rudd, aged 25 years.
dean, Power-street, Hawthorn, Catherine, the beloved
wife of Patrick Kiely, contractor, late of Ballarat, aged
39 years. R.I.P.
LEARMONTH - On the 10th December, at New Hall,
Moonee Ponds, William Learmonth, second son of the
late Mr. Thomas Learmonth, of Mertoun, Roxburghshire,
LECKIE - At her parents' residence, 43 Finlay-street,
daughter of James A. and Jeannie M. Leckie, deeply
regretted. Dunedin and Invercargill papers please copy.
LINQUIST - On the 10th December, at her residence,
loved wife of Frederick Linquist, and eldest daughter of
the late Andrew Morton, stonemason, of Castlemaine,
after a short and painful illness, aged 38 years. Castle-
maine papers please copy.
McCARTHY - On the 9th December, at her residence,
169 Argyle-street, Fitzroy, Catherine, the beloved wife of
Michael McCarthy, aged 52 years. R.I.P.
McGREGOR - On the 24th November, at Callawadda,
John M'Gregor, accidentally killed while starting a team
of horses in reaper and binder; aged 46 years.
McKINLEY. — On the 5th December, at her residence.
25 Johmton-street, Fitzroy, Sarah, the beloved wife of
Mr. James M'Kinley, sen., after a long and severe illness,
aged 52 years.
McKINNEY - On the 28th November, at her residence,
60 Regent-street, Richmond, Jane M'Kinney, aged57.
McMAHON. — On the 8th December, at his residence. 670
Drummond-street. North Carlton, Patrick M'Mahon,
MERRY.— On the 10th December, at her late residence,
545 Church-street. Richmond, Catherine, the beloved
wife of Richard Merry, aged 54 years. R.I.P.
MILLER.— On the 4th December, at the Junction Hotel.
MOORE.— On the 7th December, at Malvern, Annie
relict of the late Jno. Moore, of Glenferrie, Red Hill,
MORGAN.— On the 11th December, at Wellington-
street, Kew. Robert Fred., only surviving son of R. R.
Morgan, C.E., aged 24 years.
NICHOLSON. — On 22nd November, on board the steam-
ship Salazie, near Aden, Red Sea, Germain Nicholson,
NODRUM - On the 6th December, at his late residence,
159 Malvern-road, Toorak, Edward James Nodrum, uncle
to M. A Nodrum, aged 81 years.
dence, Verdon-street, Williamstown. George Edward,
youngest son of the late William and Catherine Outen,
POWELL.— On the 30th November, at Kent Town, near
Adelaide, South Australia. William Powell, aged 62,
PURCELL.— On the 9th December, accidentally drowned
in Hobson's Bay, through the upsetting of a boat, Jane
REGAN - On the 6th December, at 20 Ireland-street.
West Melbourne, Ellen Philomena, the dearly beloved
daughter of William Regan, of Illabarook, aged 17
years and 8 months. Ballarat papers please copy.
RICHARDS. — On the 6th December, at his late resi
dence, Birdsall-place, off Rathdown-street, North Carl
ton, the dearly beloved husband of Susan Richards, in
RIDER - On the 28th November, at his residence,
Campbell's Forest, after a long and painful illness, Mark
Rider, farmer, aged 70; the beloved husband of Hannah
residence, 165 Albert-road, South Melbourne, Herbert
Joseph, dearly loved youngest son of James and Alice
Satchell, aged 4 years.
SHEEKY - On the 10th December, at his residence,
bourne, Patrick K. Sheeky, aged 50 years. R.I.P.
SMITH.— On the 10th December, at 170 Simpson's-road,
Richmond, Hilda Ruby Sarah, infant daughter of Henry
and Jane Smith. Aged 8 months.
SMITH.— On the 9th December, at Hyde-street, Foots-
daughter of J. P. and Anna Maria Smith, aged 1 year 3
SMITH.— On the 11th December, At Collsfield, Moonee
Ponds, Margaret Roberta, only and beloved daughter of
STRATTON. — On tho 6th December, at the residence
of Mr. Scott, butcher, 53 Bank-street west, South Mel
bourne, Isabella, only survivlng daughter of the late
TOURSEY - On the 6th December, at her residence, 5
Birchill-terrace, A'Becket-street west, Melbourne, Mary,
widow of the late P. Tourney, formerly of Queenscliff,
aged 61 years. R.I.P.
street. South Melbourne, Mrs. Turnbull, the wife of the
late J. H. Turnbull, aged 53 years and 9 months.
WALKER.— On the 7th December, at her residence,
Yarra-bank, Victoria-street, Abbotsford, Elizabeth,
WATSON.— On the 10th December, at his late residence.
Waterloo-road, Thomas Watson, the beloved husband of
Mary Ann Watson, aged 61 years. Home papers please
copy.
Decare-street, Brunswick, Charles John, the beloved hus
band of Helen Wells, aged 65 years.
WILSON.— On the 6th November, at Ellerslie, N.W.
coast Tasmania, Sarah Jane, the beloved daughter of
Mrs. J. Wilson, and sister to Mrs. J. H. N. Keene, of
Clifton Hill, also Mrs. T. Henderson, of Carlton.
WOODHOUSE.— On the 3rd December, Adelaide Marie
Graham, the beloved wife of Edwin Woodhouse, aged 30
iIN MEMORIAM.
BAKER - In fond and loving remembrance of my dear
wife, Emily, who departed this life on the 8th December,
1887. at the residence of her father. D. Young, Mount
Wallace.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 11 December 1888 [Issue No.10,547] page 8 2019-10-17 19:10 O.F., COURT MARION, No. 3521.-Membera
of tlio above Court and tlio Order aro
respectfully requested to follow tho remains of
tboir lato Bro. JAMES CLARK to tbo place of
interment, tho St. Kilda Comutory. Funeral to
move from his late residence, 16 Littlo Davios-
G. WALTON, Socrotary.
THE Friends of tho late Mr. JAMES CLARK,
baker, aro moat respectfully invited to follow
Ida remains to their lost resting place, in the St
Kilda General Cemetery. Tlio funeral is appointed
to leave his late residence, No. 16 Davics-atrect
South Yarra. THIS DAY (Tuesday), 11th Dccembor!
Church-street, near Swan-street : aud 380 Burnley-
street, Richmond. _l
. aro respectfully invited t«» follow tlra remains
ot ins beloved wife to the place of intormont, Mel
bourne Cemetery. The funeral will leave his rcsi-
donee, 189 Avgyle-street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY,
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo and Spring .
streets, Melboumo. Telephone 827.
nnHE Friends of tho late Mrs. BRIDGET RYAN
JL (relict of tlio lato VaJentinu Ryan), lute of
Byron street, Hotluim, are respectfully invited to
follow her remains to the piaco of hitoriuuiit, Mol
bourno Cemetery. Tho funeral will ioave the resi
dence of her son-in-law, Mr. William Kano. WaJl-
streofc, off Coppin-street, Richmond. THIS DAY
(Tuesday), lltli lust, at 3 o'clock.
JOHN iMLEY, undertaker, Latrobo and Spring
stveoU, Melbourne. TolcpUimo 527.
rBWE Friends of Mr. JOIIN PATRICK BYRNE
JL aro re3nectfully invited to follow tho remains
of his beloved wife to tho place of interment. Mel
bourne Cemetery, The funeral will leave his residenco,
George Hotel, Howoua-parade, Richmond, THIS
JO LIN DA LEV, Undertaker, Luirobo and Spring
streets, Melboumo. Telephone, 827. /
THE Friends of the lute Mr. PATRICK WREN'
to tho place of inturniout, Melboumo Cemetery.
Tho funeral will leave his lato residenco, 20 Matur-
fctrcet, off Smith-street, Colliugwood, THIS DAY
(Tuosilay),Uth inaL. at 4 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo and Spring
THE Friends of tho lato Mr. PATRICK F.
SilEEKY aro respectfully invited to follow
hi remains to tho place of interment, Melbouruo
Cemetery. The fuuern! will leave his lato residence,
Victorian Hotel, Lonsdalo and Exhibition streets,
Molbourne, ou WEDNESDAY, 12th inst., at 12
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobo aud Spring
THE Frionds of Mr. THOMAS LEAltMONTH
aro invited to follow tho remains of his late
father, Mr. William LearmonLh, to tho place of
iiitonuontin the Molbourno Goneral Cometorv. Tho
funeral is appointed to movo from his resilience,
New liall, Mooneo l'ond, THIS DAY (Tuesday),
tho 11th Inst., at 3 o'clock.
nnilK Friends of Mr. HENRY SMITH are respect-
JL fully invited co follow tho remains of his late
beloved infant daughter, Hilda Ruby Sarah, to tho
place of interment, tho Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
Tlio funeral will leave his residence, No. 170 Simp-
sou's-road, Richmond, THIS DAY (Yuo.iday), llth
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker, Siuipjon's-road
Richmond, tel. 1003; Sydney-road, Bruuswiek, toL
1105; ami Rankin-rojwl, Kensington.
rpIIE Friends of the Into Mr. EXUAN WILLIAM
JL GRAVES are respectfully invited to follow
Ills remains to tho place of Interment, the Mel
boumo General Cemetery. Tho funeral will leave
his late rosiduiieo, 61 Pago-street, Albert Park,
THIS DAY, llth December, at 3 o'clock.
THOS. REN 1 LE, Undertaker, Napier-street,
mHE Friends of Mr. FREDERICK L1NQUIST
JL are respectfully invited to follow tho rem/Una
oi his beloved wife to tlio place of interment, tho
Melbouruo Genoral Cemetery. Tlio iuuorul will
inovo from his residenco, 123 Gladstone-place,
South Molbourne, THIS DAY, llth December, at a
TllOS. RENTLE, Undertaker, Napier-street,
mHE Friend of Mr. RICHARD MERRY aro
h respectfully invited to follow tho remains of
In late beloved wife, Cathcriuo, to thoir last rest
ing place, tbo Boroondara Cemetery, Kow. Tho
funeral to movo from ids residence, No. 343 Church-
r.lreut, South Richmond, ou WEDNESDAY, tho
HERBERT iClNG, Undertaker, 18 Lounox-
Burwood-road, Hawthorn ; uml Hopkins-street,
Footscray, lato Wtu. Gates. Tel. 912.
rilHE Friends of tlio lato Mr. CHRISTOPHER
J. WILLIAM HANDLE CUTTER are re
Kow. The tuneml to movo frmu his lato resi
denco, Grosvcnor-terraee, Noimanby-placo, Rich
mond, THIS DAY (Tuesday), tho lltli iust., at
HERBKUTK1NG, Undertaker, 18 Leuuox-street,
Richmond ; 157 Swan-street, East ltichraond ; Bur-
wood-road, Hawthorn; aud Hopkins-street, Foots-
cray, late Win, Gates. Tel. 912.
mUE Friends of tlio late Mr. ARTHUR A. BE-
J_ LOT are respoctfuiiy iuvited to follow his
remains to tho place of interment, tho Melbourne
Ueuerul Cemetery. Tlio funeral will leave his late
residenco, Plultip-strcet, near Lygon-streot, East
Brunswiei:, THIS DAY (Tuesday), llth December
JdrflAH UOLDSWORTII, Undertaker, lato of
E. W. Allison, 366 Lygou-struet, Carltou. Tele-
THE Friends of Jlr. WILLIAM THOMAS
SCORSE, travclier, are respectfully invited
to follow tbo remains of his beloved daughter,
Mary Lilly May, to their last resting plaeo, m the
Molbourno General Cemetery. Tho funeral will
movo from his residence, tho Atlas Wool Works,
Newton-street, Richmond, TH1E DAY (Tuesday),
llth Docembor, 1838, at 3 o'clock precisely.
Smith-street, Idtzroy; 406 Brunswick-street; 129
Queou's-parado, Clifton Hill ; and llathdown-street,
south end, Carlton. Tolephono 1037.
THJS FricmhJ of Mr. DANIEL M'JCNTOSH are
respectfully invited to follow tho remains of
to tho place of interment, the Melboumo General
Cemetery. Tho funeral will movo from his resi
dence, No. 7 Skoin-placo, off ltao-stroot, North
Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Tuesday), lltli inst, at a
G. U. ROBSON, Undertaker, 116 Brunswick-
htreot south, and corner of St. Georgo's-road and
Bmnuwick-stroct, North Fitzroy.
THE Frionds of tho lato Miss JANE
PURCELL are rospeotfully invited to follow
her remains to tho place of intorinuut, Williams-
lown Cemetery. The funeral is appoiuted to take
place THIS DAY (Tuesday), tlio llth inst., leaving
the residenco of Mrs. Gordon, Mariners-street,
Williarastown and Yarraville.
HE Friends of the lato Miss TERESAGORDON
aro respectfully invited to follow her remains
to tbo plaeo of interment, WilliauLstown Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to tako place THIS Lflt-V
(Tuesday), tho llth inst., leaving the resicnmce of
WilliomBtowu and Yarraville.
THE Friends of Mr. ALEXANDER M'CRUM aro
ot his late beloved eldest daughter, Elizabeth, to the
place of iutermem, the Melbouruo Geuoral Ceme
tery. Tho funeral is appointed to movo from her
father's residenco, 179 Exhibition-street. Melbourue,
THIS DAY (Tuesday), the llth, at half-past 12
WILLIAM Ui.ORGE APPS, Undertaker. Fitzroy
and Moor streets. Fitzroy ; Iligh and Robe streets,
St Kilda ; and lo0 St Goorgc's-road, North Fitzroy.
HE Friends of the lato Mr. .TAMES COOPER.
' waiter, for rnauy years an old and respected
follow Ids romaina to the place of interment, the
Molbourne General Cemetery. Tho funeral is ap
pointed to movo from his Into residenco, 99 Argyle-
(street, Fitzroy, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 12th
Doeetubor, at 11 o'clock punctually.
St. Kilda; aud 180 St. Goorge's-road, North Fitzroy.
Tolephono No. 1045.
O.F., COURT FRIAR TUCK, No. 3194.-
o Tho Members of this Court and the order in
iu general aro ro3pocbfully invited to follow tho re
mains of their Into Brother, JAMES COOPBU to
the place of interment, tho Melboumo General
Cemetery.. The funeral is appointed to leave his
late residence, Ventuor House, Argylo-stroet, Fitz
W. YOUNG, Socretaiy.
A.O.F., COURT MARION, No. 3521.-Members
of the above Court and the Order are
respectfully requested to follow the remains of
their late Bro. JAMES CLARK to the place of
interment, the St. Kilda Cemetery. Funeral to
move from his late residence, 16 Little Davies-
G. WALTON, Secretary.
THE Friends of the late Mr. JAMES CLARK,
baker, are most respectfully invited to follow
Ida remains to their last resting place, in the St
Kilda General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed
to leave his late residence, No. 16 Davies-street
South Yarra, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 11th December,
1888, at 3 o'clock.
Church-street, near Swan-street : and 380 Burnley-
street, Richmond.
are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his beloved wife to the place of interment, Mel
bourne Cemetery. The funeral will leave his resi
dence, 189 Argyle-street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY,
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of the late Mrs. BRIDGET RYAN
(relict of the late Valentine Ryan), late of
Byron street, Hotham, are respectfully invited to
follow her remains to the place of interment, Mel
bourno Cemetery. The funeral will leave the resi
dence of her son-in-law, Mr. William Kane, Wall-
street, off Coppin-street, Richmond. THIS DAY
(Tuesday), 11th inst., at 3 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone 827.
THE Friends of Mr. JOHN PATRICK BYRNE
are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his beloved wife to the place of interment. Mel
bourne Cemetery, The funeral will leave his residence,
George Hotel, Rowena-parade, Richmond, THIS
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. Telephone, 827.
THE Friends of the late Mr. PATRICK WREN
to the place of interment, Melbourne Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, 20 Mater-
street, off Smith-street, Collingwood, THIS DAY
(Tuesday), 11th inst. at 4 o'clock.
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
THE Friends of the late Mr. PATRICK F.
SHEEKY are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, Melbourne
Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence,
Victorian Hotel, Lonsdale and Exhibition streets,
Melbourne, on WEDNESDAY, 12th inst., at 12
JOHN DALEY, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
THE Friends of Mr. THOMAS LEARMONTH
are invited to follow the remains of his late
father, Mr. William Learmonth, to the place of
interment in the Melbourne General Cemetery. The
funeral is appointed to move from his residence,
New Hall, Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Tuesday),
the 11th inst., at 3 o'clock.
THE Friends of Mr. HENRY SMITH are respect-
fully invited to follow the remains of his late
beloved infant daughter, Hilda Ruby Sarah, to the
place of interment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will leave his residence, No. 170 Simp-
son's-road, Richmond, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 11th
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker, Simpson's-road
Richmond, tel. 1003; Sydney-road, Brunswick, tel.
1105; and Rankin-road, Kensington.
THE Friends of the late Mr. EXHAN WILLIAM
GRAVES are respectfully invited to follow
his remains to the place of interment, the Mel
bourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave
his late residence, 61 Page-street, Albert Park,
THIS DAY, 11th December, at 3 o'clock.
THOS. RENTLE, Undertaker, Napier-street,
THE Friends of Mr. FREDERICK LINQUIST
are respectfully invited to follow the remains
of his beloved wife to the place of interment, the
Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will
move from his residence, 123 Gladstone-place,
South Melbourne, THIS DAY, 11th December, at a
THOS. RENTLE, Undertaker, Napier-street,
THE Friends of Mr. RICHARD MERRY are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of
his late beloved wife, Catherine, to their last rest
ing place, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. The
funeral to move from his residence, No. 343 Church-
street, South Richmond, on WEDNESDAY, the
12th inst, at half-past 1 o'clock p.m.
HERBERT KlNG, Undertaker, 18 Lennox-
Burwood-road, Hawthorn ; and Hopkins-street,
Footscray, late Wm. Gates. Tel. 912.
THE Friends of the late Mr. CHRISTOPHER
WILLIAM RANDLE CUTTER are re
Kew. The funeral to move from his late resi
dence, Grosvenor-terrace, Normanby-place, Rich
mond, THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 11th inst., at
half-past 3 o'clock p.m.
HERBERT KING, Undertaker, 18 Lennox-street,
Richmond ; 157 Swan-street, East Richmond ; Bur-
wood-road, Hawthorn; and Hopkins-street, Foots-
cray, late Wm. Gates. Tel. 912.
THE Friends of the late Mr. ARTHUR A. BE-
LOT are respectfully invited to follow his
remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne
General Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late
residence, Phillip-street, near Lygon-street, East
Brunswick, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 11th December
JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH, Undertaker, late of
E. W. Allison, 366 Lygon-street, Carlton. Tele-
THE Friends of Mr. WILLIAM THOMAS
SCORSE, traveller, are respectfully invited
to follow the remains of his beloved daughter,
Mary Lilly May, to their last resting place, in the
Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will
move from his residence, the Atlas Wool Works,
Newton-street, Richmond, THIS DAY (Tuesday),
11th Docembor, 1888, at 3 o'clock precisely.
Smith-street, Fitzroy; 406 Brunswick-street; 129
Queen's-parade, Clifton Hill ; and Rathdown-street,
south end, Carlton. Telephone 1037.
THE Friends of Mr. DANIEL McINTOSH are
respectfully invited to follow the remains of
to the place of interment, the Melbourne General
Cemetery. The funeral will move from his resi
dence, No. 7 Skein-place, off Rae-street, North
Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 11th inst, at a
G. H. ROBSON, Undertaker, 116 Brunswick-
street south, and corner of St. George's-road and
Brunswick-street, North Fitzroy.
THE Friends of the late Miss JANE
PURCELL are respectfully invited to follow
her remains to the place of interment, Williams-
town Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to take
place THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 11th inst., leaving
the residence of Mrs. Gordon, Mariners-street,
Williamstown and Yarraville.
THE Friends of the late Miss TERESA GORDON
are respectfully invited to follow her remains
to the place of interment, Williamstown Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to take place THIS DAY
(Tuesday), the 11th inst., leaving the residence of
Williamstown and Yarraville.
THE Friends of Mr. ALEXANDER M'CRUM are
of his late beloved eldest daughter, Elizabeth, to the
place of interment, the Melbourne General Ceme
tery. The funeral is appointed to move from her
father's residence, 179 Exhibition-street. Melbourne,
THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 11th, at half-past 12
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker. Fitzroy
and Moor streets. Fitzroy ; High and Robe streets,
St Kilda ; and 180 St George's-road, North Fitzroy.
THE Friends of the late Mr. JAMES COOPER.
waiter, for rnany years an old and respected
follow his remains to the place of interment, the
Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral is ap
pointed to move from his Iate residence, 99 Argyle-
street, Fitzroy, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 12th
December, at 11 o'clock punctually.
St. Kilda; and 180 St. Goorge's-road, North Fitzroy.
Telephone No. 1045.
A.O.F., COURT FRIAR TUCK, No. 3194.-
The Members of this Court and the order in
in general are respectfully invited to follow the re
mains of their late Brother, JAMES COOPER to
the place of interment, the Melbourne General
Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his
late residence, Ventnor House, Argyle-street, Fitz
W. YOUNG, Secretary.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 8 December 1888 [Issue No.10,545] page 5 2019-10-17 18:53 ANDREW.— On tho 3rd Hecemecr, at 333 Napicr-etrect.
'iteroy, the wife of J. R. Andrew of a too,
BAUNNING.— On the 18th Nwointar, at 8omrrieyton,
MaryviU«s-6trocfp East rit. KiliU, tho wife of G. E.
rJninniug of a sun.
COLE.— On the 3.-d December, ut Klstcruwick, tho wife
tif John Francis Cole of a flon.
DWYER.— On the 2cth November, at her resilience,
Higb-strcct, Korea, the wife of Constable Dwyer of a
Villi.
l ikinbcrwell, the wife of Richard J. Cucrin of & daughter.
Bo?n doing well.
_ — On tho 1st December, at Manchester
Royal Park, the wife of O.
iv y 'ehcll, Eccdfiman, of a daughter.
Curium, tho wife of David George O'Donuoll of a
eon.
PATTERSON.— On the 10th November, at the comer of
PEARCE.— On tlio 5th December, alGlnnrhib Richard-
Fon-strcet, Essr.udon, tho wife of E. P. Fearcu of a
dn lighter.
STEWART.— Ou tho 30th November, at 10 Evans-street,
J ort MellKinrne, tlio wlfeof Robert Stewart ot a daughter.
THOMAS.—On the 30 111 November, at 315 Utah-street,
Armadale, the wife nf J. Albert Thomas, «f twin, uon
the who of f. T. "Whoeler of a sou.
Tyortb Mcllxjuroc, the wife of A W. Whito of a sou.
ADAM— O'NEILL.— Ou the 17th November, at the res
nonce of the bride' parent, Grosveuor, Ireland-street,
M i-rtt Melbourne, Henry Adam, of Victorian Railway,
daughter of Mr. G. 1C. Johnson, of Victorian Railways.
bourne, to Adelaide, eldest daughter of Johu Linton,
BIGNELL—FIRMAN.—On the 2lst November, at the
BLOOMFIELD—FREW—On the 26th isfoveinl>cr, at
Holy i unity Church, lialuclavy, by the Itev. Dr. Tor
ranro, Samuel C. Ii., second airvivingson of tho late
John Bloouitield, railway coDtinicter, Ascot Vale, to
Eliza A unie (lJlhc), Hecond daughter of George Frew,
Central station, Cobar, N.8.W.
CONNELL— M'SWENEY.— On tho 5th November, at St.
Patricks Cathedral, by the Very Rev. Dean Doimghy,
William AseoiiBiou, eldest son of Michael Conneli, of
j-iUroy, tu Janie, eldest daughter of Joseph M'»Swenoy,
of North Carlton. '
DERRICK—HAERLE.— On tho 73th Novomher, at the
rcfiidencu of tho bride's mother T.'atura, by the Rev. A.
thKimberfi, Sidney, cider, t son of wui. Derrick, of Lance-
field, to Harriet, youngest daugiater of tho lato J. E.
Hoarle of Melbourne.-
EVANS— RANSOM.— On the 25th G'ctohor, at tho Manse,
Gold-street, Clilton Ilill, by tho Rev. D. M'Kcnzie,
Thomas Evans, of Clifton Hill, to Aunio Liuretia Itan
ium, the third daughter of Thomas Ransom, Esq., of
HARRISON— M'EWIN.— On the ISbii September, at the
residence of the bride's parents, bytiio Rev. J. Thomas,
assisted by the Rev. A. T. Iloldeu, l'Yaucis Thnuias,
eMeat Kon of Janiert Harrison, Burwond, to Agues, fscconcl
daughter of «L N. M'Ewiu, of South 'NVaudiu.
Him.— Huds(«n.— On the 21st Novoinber, at thu resi-
dtnre of the bride's inotJier, Fort Melbourne, by the ltev.
J. < towperthwaito, Richard, eldest sonof tiio late Richard
Hiil, f.-tmiraelor, of Fort Melbourne, to Grace Elizabeth, :
only daughter ol' the lato George iluduou, of fiandridgc.
HOSIE—RAVEN— On the 22ml Novemher, at the resi-
Alfred Hunt, son of John Hunt, contractor, Watehut,
England, to Emma, j'uimgeHt, daughter of tho late Mr.
Jkinu-1 North, of Frinces-strect, Flcmington. Jlomo
luijters plcaco copy.
Ihuph iloroliy Jackson, contractor aud builder, to
CharluUu Matilda Scott, daughter of D. Scott, farmer.
Both or' Fruukfltoti.
JOHNSTON— GRANT.— On tho 28th November, by the
Rev. Dr. Maedunald, Henr>' Jumes, eldent son of Dickson
RusvU John.sLon, to Mai-y Amelia, recond daughter of
James William Graut. Both of South Melbourne.
driue of Mr. Henry Scott, Albert Park, by thu Rov.
Alexander Marehulf, M.A., T. J3. Jones, pharuiaciaL
Fnzroy, to Mary, youngest daughter of tlio late JLr. J.
baiith, architect, Fitzroy.
NEIL.— WOESS.— un tlio 14th November, at tho Con
gregational Chinch, Mnlverii-road, Frahran, by the Rev.
Ofiviu Copland, 'rederick W., won of thu lato Robert
Neil, formerly of Fitzroy, to Anna M„ younge3b daugliter
of me lato Carl Anton Woess, of Fruhrau.
POWELL— CLEGHORN.-On tho 20th November, at tho
residence of the bride's ixircnta, Morulond-fltreet, Foots-
eray. I»y tho Rev. M. G. Hurt, Noble, chiest son of
w. if. I'owell, Esq., to Nellie, youngest duughtcr of A.
Cleghoni, Esq.
ROBERTSON— HALLAS.— Ou the 14th November, by tho
R»v. N. KinHmau, Walter, youug»st son of the late
Thoniua K. Kul>ertson, of Victorian liaihvay, to Mary
.1. G. llalluB, eldest daughter oi N. Hullas, lato of Sand
THOMSON— THOMPSON.— On tlio 14th November, at
Rapti.it 'J'alicrimcie, Longford. Tasmania, by the Rev. H.
wood, Georgu Janie, eldest son of C. Thomson, IJttlu
RiVi-r, Victoria, to Alice Mury, fifth daughter of G. T.
Tliomiison, Fcrtli, lato of Kow. No cards.
WATERMAN— PIESSE.—On the 19th November, afc St.
Savioiir'H Church, Collingwood, by the Uev. C. Al.
YcUnnd, lticbard James, only son of J. Waterman, to
Jsouitiu Mary, Uiird daughter of tlio lato 0. A. Fieasc.
Both of Colliiigwood.
AUSTIN.— On tho 7tii Ducomlier, at his residence, 20
MoiTyjjjdrcut, Parkvillo, Thumits Austin, nged 66 years,
Jute -tvAutou.
BEACHAM.— On the 6th December, at her lato rcai-
dniee, turmer-atreet, Burnley, Ann, relict of thu lute
John C. Bcachaiu, uged 76.
DRAKE.— On tho 7th December, at his residence, North
Mulltournc, Richard Drake, tho beloved husband of
Emily Drake, uged 64 years.
ELLIS.— On tho 7th December, at Station-avenue,
Mureland. Margaret (Psycho), the dearly beloved wife or
Ii. <i. Ellis, and youngest daughter of tho lato John
Adnmson, of Carlton, of ueulo phthisis.
GUNN.— On tho 23rd November, ut Oakbank-strecfc,
Newport, Normhn Alfred, the beloved youngest son of
hidney and Margaret Gmn, aged 10 months oud 2 weeks.
HAINES.— On tho 6th December, at his daughter!? resi
dence, BurBtoD's-luno, Little Flinders-street cast, Edwin
HAINES.— On thu 7th December, ub his lato residence,
Flinders-lane east, Melbourne, Edwin Ilaincs, aged 77
year.?. Deeply regretted. Tafiumiuuii papers please
HALLIDAY.— On tho 21«t Novemlier, ut 104 Abboteford-
wrecL ortb 3tclbouruc, Ellen, releet of the late J. G.
iJulhday, uged 43 years. Kallarat papers please copy.
HATFIELD.— On thu 29th November, Elsinorc ICliza
beth Caroline, aged 4 years aud 7 months : also, Arline
May Helen, aged 1 yearundl month, who died 14th June,
1878, tho dearly beloved children of David ami Mury flat
Held, of Richmond.
He planted them in iicuTcn.
In faith wo lift our toarful eyes,
Our heart in uuguhUi riven,
HIND.— Ou the 7th Docembor, at 32 High-street,
St. Kilda south, Jessie Whlttnkcr, infant daughter of W.
rod F. Hind, aged 11 weeks.
HOUREGAN.— Ou tho 6th December, at Queenscliff,
Patrick Edward Houregau.of tho Permanent Artillery,
JAMES.— On the 5th December. ot Kensington, Edward
Wbiterod, only child of Edward aud Mary Olley James,
Suffer little children to come uuto Mc, for of such is tho
JviDgdom of Heaveu.
KAY.— On the 30th November, at bis late residence,
LARKINS.— Ou the 7th December, at her lato reai-
nouce, Atkius-Btrcct, North Melbourne, Mary Lnrkins,
wife of lato Patrick Lnrkins.
OUTIN.— On tho 6th December, at 111 brother's resi
dence, Verdon-street, WiUiumstown. Gcorgo Edward.
Fouugcstsou of thu late William and Catherine Outen,
POWELL.— On the 30th November, at Kent Town, noar
aod Alfred Powell, of Narracan, Gipisluml, Victoria.
RICHARDS.— Ou tho 6tii Decnmticr. at Btrdsall-plnce,
off Rathdown-strect, Carlton, Johu WiiUam, beloved bus
Iwud of Susnu RicJiard. father of Mja. T. Warridgc,
Mrs. Wro. Milsoo. Mra. wm. Inmrs. Mr. C. Davis, Mrs.
TORIIN.— On tho 2nd December (suddenly), at bt-r late
mideuce, WlUlaujs-Rtreet, Abbotsford. Hie wife of James
Tohui, mother ot Thomas Toblti, of Bale, nnd Mrs
Thomas Kcay, of Fitzroy, agol 58 years; also, on the
I'm wis, graDficuaof tho above, endinf.iulsuu of Tliomaa
and Jcuclc Kcays, uged 4 inonllis.
WALKER.— On the 7th December, at her ri'sidemT,
Ynrra-bank, Vlcfiuria-aireet, Abholsford, Eliza jieth.
nearly irifu uf ilenry Walker, J, p.. in her 69th
WILSON.— On the .flh November, at El!er.dfr, N.W.
const Toamaula; Hurali ,lauc, the Ixsluved diiiJi/hter of
Mr;. J. wilp.on, and Klfitcrto Mis. J. H. N. Keene, of
t'luteu Hill, also Mrs. T. Henderson, of Cavltbu.
In MemoMana.
BAKER.— in fond and luviug remeiubraneo of uiy dear
wife, Euiilj', uhn departed thia fife on the fitli Dccemlier,
1887, ut the resideueo of her father, D. Young, Mount
ANDREW.— On the 3rd September, at 333 Napier-street,
Fitzroy, the wife of J. R. Andrew of a son.
BRUNNING.— On the 18th November, at Somerleyton,
Maryville-street, East St. Kilda, the wife of G. E.
Brunning of a son.
COLE.— On the 3rd December, at Elsternwick, the wife
of John Francis Cole of a son.
DWYER.— On the 26th November, at her residence,
High-street, Koroit, the wife of Constable Dwyer of a
son.
Camberwell, the wife of Richard J. Guerin of a daughter.
Both doing well.
son.
MITCHELL. — On the 1st December, at Manchester
Villa, Manningham-street, Royal Park, the wife of O.
W. Mitchell, seedsman, of a daughter.
street, Carlton, the wife of David George O'Donnell of a
son.
PATTERSON.— On the 10th November, at the corner of
PEARCE.— On the 5th December, at Glenrhu, Richard
son-street, Essendon, the wife of E. P. Pearce of a
daughter.
STEWART.— On the 30th November, at 10 Evans-street,
Port Melbourne, the wife of Robert Stewart of a daughter.
THOMAS.—On the 30th November, at 315 High-street,
Armadale, the wife of J. Albert Thomas, of twins, son
burn, the wife of F. T. Wheeler of a son.
North Melbourne, the wife of A W. White of a son.
ADAM— O'NEILL.— On the 17th November, at the resi
dence of the bride's parent, Grosvenor, Ireland-street,
West Melbourne, Henry Adam, of Victorian Railway,
daughter of Mr. G. K. Johnson, of Victorian Railways.
bourne, to Adelaide, eldest daughter of John Linton,
BIGNELL—FIRMAN.—On the 21st November, at the
BLOOMFIELD—FREW—On the 26th November, at
Holy Trinity Church, Balaclava, by the Rev. Dr. Tor
rance, Samuel C. R., second surviving son of the late
John Bloomfield, railway contractor, Ascot Vale, to
Eliza Annie (Lillie), second daughter of George Frew,
Central station, Cobar, N.S.W.
CONNELL— M'SWENEY.— On the 5th November, at St.
Patricks Cathedral, by the Very Rev. Dean Donaghy,
William Ascension, eldest son of Michael Connell, of
Fitzroy, to Janie, eldest daughter of Joseph McSweeney,
of North Carlton.
DERRICK—HAERLE.— On the 73th November, at the
residence of the bride's mother, Tatura, by the Rev. A.
Chambers, Sidney, eldest son of Wm. Derrick, of Lance-
field, to Harriet, youngest daughter of the late J. E.
Hearle of Melbourne.-
EVANS— RANSOM.— On the 25th October, at the Manse,
Gold-street, Clifton Hill, by the Rev. D. M'Kenzie,
Thomas Evans, of Clifton Hill, to Annie Lauretta Ran
som, the third daughter of Thomas Ransom, Esq., of
HARRISON— M'EWIN.— On the 19th September, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Thomas,
assisted by the Rev. A. T. Holden, Francis Thomas,
eldest son of James Harrison, Burwood, to Agnes, second
daughter of J. N. McEwin, of South Wandin.
HILL.— HUDSON.— On the 21st November, at the resi
dence of the bride's mother, Port Melbourne, by the Rev.
J. Cowperthwaite, Richard, eldest son of the late Richard
Hiil, contractor, of Port Melbourne, to Grace Elizabeth,
only daughter of the late George Hudson, of Sandridge.
HOSIE—RAVEN— On the 22nd November, at the resi-
Alfred Hunt, son of John Hunt, contractor, Watchet,
England, to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Mr.
Daniel North, of Princes-street, Flemington. Home
papers please copy.
Ralph Hornby Jackson, contractor and builder, to
Charlotte Matilda Scott, daughter of D. Scott, farmer.
Both of Frankston.
JOHNSTON— GRANT.— On the 28th November, by the
Rev. Dr. Macdonald, Henry James, eldest son of Dickson
Russell Johnston, to Mary Amelia, second daughter of
James William Grant. Both of South Melbourne.
dence of Mr. Henry Scott, Albert Park, by the Rev.
Alexander Marshall, M.A., T. B. Jones, pharmacist
Fitzroy, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. J.
Smith, architect, Fitzroy.
NEIL.— WOESS.— On the 14th November, at the Con
gregational Church, Malvern-road, Prahran, by the Rev.
Osric Copland, Frederick W., son of the late Robert
Neil, formerly of Fitzroy, to Anna M., youngest daughter
of the late Carl Anton Woess, of Prahran.
POWELL— CLEGHORN.-On the 20th November, at the
residence of the bride's parents, Moreland-street, Foots-
cray, by the Rev. M. G. Hurt, Noble, eldest son of
W. H. Powell, Esq., to Nellie, youngest daughter of A.
Cleghorn, Esq.
ROBERTSON— HALLAS.— On the 14th November, by the
Rev. N. Kinsman, Walter, youngest son of the late
Thomas R. Robertson, of Victorian Railways, to Mary
J. G. Hallas, eldest daughter of N. Hallas, late of Sand
THOMSON— THOMPSON.— On the 14th November, at
Baptist Tabernacle, Longford, Tasmania, by the Rev. H.
wood, George James, eldest son of C. Thomson, Little
River, Victoria, to Alice Mary, fifth daughter of G. T.
Thompson, Perth, late of Kew. No cards.
WATERMAN— PIESSE.—On the 19th November, at St.
Saviour's Church, Collingwood, by the Rev. C. M.
Yelland, Richard James, only son of J. Waterman, to
Louisa Mary, third daughter of the late C. A. Piesse.
Both of Collingwood.
AUSTIN.— On the 7th December, at his residence, 20
Morrah-street, Parkville, Thomas Austin, aged 66 years,
late of Linton.
BEACHAM.— On the 6th December, at her late resi
dence, Farmer-street, Burnley, Ann, relict of the late
John C. Beacham, aged 76.
DRAKE.— On the 7th December, at his residence, North
Melbourne, Richard Drake, the beloved husband of
Emily Drake, aged 64 years.
ELLIS.— On the 7th December, at Station-avenue,
Moreland. Margaret (Psyche), the dearly beloved wife of
H. G. Ellis, and youngest daughter of the late John
Adamson, of Carlton, of acute phthisis.
GUNN.— On the 23rd November, at Oakbank-street,
Newport, Noman Alfred, the beloved youngest son of
Sidney and Margaret Gunn, aged 10 months and 2 weeks.
HAINES.— On the 6th December, at his daughter's resi
dence, Burston's-lane, Little Flinders-street east, Edwin
HAINES.— On the 7th December, at his late residence,
Flinders-lane east, Melbourne, Edwin Haines, aged 77
years. Deeply regretted. Tasmanian papers please
HALLIDAY.— On the 21st November, at 104 Abbotsford-
street, North Melbourne, Ellen, reliet of the late J. G.
Halloday, aged 43 years. Ballarat papers please copy.
HATFIELD.— On the 29th November, Elsinore Eliza
beth Caroline, aged 4 years and 7 months : also, Arline
May Helen, aged 1 year and 1 month, who died 14th June,
1878, the dearly beloved children of David and Mary Hat
field, of Richmond.
He planted them in Heaven.
In faith we lift our tearful eyes,
Our heart in anguish riven,
HIND.— On the 7th December, at 32 High-street,
St. Kilda south, Jessie Whittaker, infant daughter of W.
and F. Hind, aged 11 weeks.
HOUREGAN.— On the 6th December, at Queenscliff,
Patrick Edward Houregan, of the Permanent Artillery,
JAMES.— On the 5th December, at Kensington, Edward
Whiterod, only child of Edward and Mary Olley James,
Suffer little children to come unto Me, for of such is the
Kingdom of Heaven.
KAY.— On the 30th November, at his late residence,
LARKINS.— On the 7th December, at her late resi
nouce, Atkins-street, North Melbourne, Mary Larkins,
wife of late Patrick Larkins.
OUTEN.— On the 6th December, at his brother's resi
dence, Verdon-street, Williamstown. George Edward.
youngest son of the late William and Catherine Outen,
POWELL.— On the 30th November, at Kent Town, near
aod Alfred Powell, of Narracan, Gippsland, Victoria.
RICHARDS.— On the 6th December, at Birdsall-place,
off Rathdown-strect, Carlton, John William, beloved hus
band of Susan Richards, father of Mrs. T. Warridge,
Mrs. Wm. Milson, Mrs. Wm. Innes, Mrs. C. Davis, Mrs.
TOBIN.— On the 2nd December (suddenly), at her late
residence, Williams-street, Abbotsford, the wife of James
Tobin, mother of Thomas Tobin, of Sale, and Mrs
Thomas Keay, of Fitzroy, aged 58 years; also, on the
Francis, grandson of the above, and infant son of Thomas
and Jennie Keays, aged 4½ months.
WALKER.— On the 7th December, at her residence,
Yarra-bank, Victoria-street, Abbotsford, Elizabeth,
dearly beloved wife of Henry Walker, J.P., in her 69th
WILSON.— On the 6th November, at Ellerslie, N.W.
coast Tasmania, Sarah Jane, the beloved daughter of
Mrs. J. Wilson, and sister of Mrs. J. H. N. Keene, of
Clifton Hill, also Mrs. T. Henderson, of Carlton.
In Memoriam.
BAKER.— In fond and loving remembrance of my dear
wife, Emily, who departed this life on the 8th December,
1887, at the residence of her father, D. Young, Mount

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    Alexander Gordon [1873 - 1957]
    Edith Ellen [1876 - 1945] - married George Hans Max SCHOENING
    Charles Hugh [1878 - 1963]
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