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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,791,275
2 noelwoodhouse 3,902,503
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,281,387
5 Rhonda.M 3,106,958
...
51 ellarocks 750,023
52 TIMBER 741,538
53 Romander 723,437
54 jagoe 710,300
55 paryan 691,958
56 suedebyga 682,477

710,300 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 8,698
September 2019 5,150
August 2019 9,568
July 2019 16,039
June 2019 15,395
May 2019 22,308
April 2019 28,663
March 2019 30,759
February 2019 20,396
January 2019 24,005
December 2018 18,633
November 2018 17,979
October 2018 18,775
September 2018 28,586
August 2018 23,758
July 2018 24,722
June 2018 20,248
May 2018 23,261
April 2018 13,345
March 2018 12,526
February 2018 16,844
January 2018 20,539
December 2017 19,167
November 2017 29,189
October 2017 37,801
September 2017 42,000
August 2017 34,033
July 2017 28,287
June 2017 21,270
May 2017 23,129
April 2017 11,839
March 2017 11,039
February 2017 18,273
January 2017 14,076

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,791,073
2 noelwoodhouse 3,902,503
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,281,366
5 Rhonda.M 3,106,945
...
51 ellarocks 749,366
52 TIMBER 741,538
53 Romander 723,437
54 jagoe 708,207
55 paryan 691,487
56 suedebyga 682,415

708,207 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 8,698
September 2019 5,150
August 2019 9,568
July 2019 16,039
June 2019 15,395
May 2019 22,308
April 2019 28,663
March 2019 30,759
February 2019 20,396
January 2019 24,005
December 2018 18,633
November 2018 17,979
October 2018 18,775
September 2018 28,586
August 2018 21,665
July 2018 24,722
June 2018 20,248
May 2018 23,261
April 2018 13,345
March 2018 12,526
February 2018 16,844
January 2018 20,539
December 2017 19,167
November 2017 29,189
October 2017 37,801
September 2017 42,000
August 2017 34,033
July 2017 28,287
June 2017 21,270
May 2017 23,129
April 2017 11,839
March 2017 11,039
February 2017 18,273
January 2017 14,076

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,763
2 PhilThomas 129,091
3 mickbrook 108,069
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
35 Irisflower 2,603
36 Joanne5Trove 2,203
37 lynell.charlton 2,175
38 jagoe 2,093
39 janfarndale 2,093
40 TerryRStrong 2,043

2,093 line(s) corrected.

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August 2018 2,093


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 14 November 1917 [Issue No.4,872] page 1 2019-10-23 19:41 ?His iarfare now i, s ovr?r -
The sounds-.of hattie cecum;.
Re l1es padsed thiroeh deth's river
To yonder land of licace.
'There is hno fear na reach his hart"
A conqneror did he depart;
.. His crp?w to recoile.
?Nowv thh labourer's task is o'er,
Now. -the battle day -is past;
N'??- upon tihe farthez shore
* L'ads the -yJager at last.
Father .in Thy gracious: keeping,
Leave - we now Thy servant sleeping.
\REDMA -.K-lld in_ action? in FPnce, - Sep'
tamber 16, 1917, Gunner Arthur Redman
(Friday), eldest son of Mr. and Mra. R.
Iedman, Boulder. A tribute to the memory
STEPRENS.-In loving memory of my dear
-lnserted by his loving sister and brother,
Elsie and Norman Roe, 275 Bokeby-road Su.
biscoe
STEPHENS.--In fond remembrance of Prirat
William -Walter Stephens (Wally), killed in
--Inserted' by his old chum, Clarrie T. arr.
TATLOf.-Killed in action, in France, on Oo
tober 1S; our dearly beloved brother, Jack,
aged 25 -years.
None near to mourn him, eare willows that
-Inserted by his ?orrowing sister sad brother.
in-law A. and H. MLeod, and Stella.
WILSON.-Killed in action on October 12. 1917.
son of Nurse Wilson. Davis-street, Beaconsfield,
Mrs. A. Bates and. Wallace (on active service)
Samuel (of Spearwood). Thomas (of
Fremantle), and Alfred (of Beachport). -
Inserted by mother and sisters and brothers.
Al LACE.--On November 13 1917. at B Butt.
street, North Perth, Emmaj relict of Rob
B6ae (late of Gleanerrie, Victoria), aged
m year1s Melbourne papers please ?opy.
DEATHL.
WATSOrY.-On August31. at Bradford, Eahglad,
Ellen dearly. beloved wife; of Thee. Watson,
dearly beloved mother of Constable E. Wat
son, of Perth, in her 50th year Peace, per
feet p*ace. English and Melbourne papers
Anzac-IHeroes.
anid brother. Lea., who died of wounds n
also sister and brother, Arthur and saude.
•lcIAtEOD.--In loing memory of' my dear
,brother, Neil 31 McTLed. killed in. action
-Inserted- by 'his loving -sister. Aani
McLeod-..
law, Les and Jan Annesley, and little Fred.
BBDWYF' IELD.-In loving nmemory'ofo nor dear
brother. Arthur Tsuoas (Art), 'wb di'd' on
-Loserhed by hie's lowing brheers Jak Will,
and 'George ? (n etitvee sweri o), a?. ?,sisr '.
sie (0o active servie),:; .
LEKlM[EY.-Is fond nd s loring memry of.ooru
darling 'son, :Albert enry, who ieds-ov?I
aother, brothers and ' sister,, J. A. i d T.
LKMMm?EY T.-Ia .mde memory,:, :our': darling
: ra id " Albert He?iry,' wo deprted this
lifo o? November 14;l 1916. -
?-nserted-1 by* his ' linug'," grandiare ats,' '
SIkXET.-In ever -lovig .m'emory . f, our dear
little .nephew,' Albert -Henry Lemtey, w..w
departed this life on ovember 14 1916
Iittlo .cousians, E. andA. Gra}
LBKHIEY.-In lpv4 memory ef oar :dear itrle
nmphr; Albert Hea?.. , who.depnr? d ti_ s
life .on'November'14, 1916.':
-Inserted h bvIhis -1ovtngr :node end aunt,
-di cousins. J. H. and A.' B-tetd-'-" i"
ELDR ?In "fond and>loviag memory, ,a; my
dear mother who depiarted tis life'ea a-"
v. em .rr.. 1,: ..916. .. ? + .. ... . : ,
; Inserted by her.loving daughter, Marsry,
ad grandtson?' Thoma r:
FLUMILIDGE., I.n ovi-a.. : e - o" de ar
. daughter. ? sio?d Sth .os.- .Bman: .iho i
., :street,' dsnr three,.ydeis i, to'd, "TIL?Ir,,:
atd- foatite --a omber 1epsI
• osoune lo hositby nsel jeof thpikiig,:.. ' :,:'
+ T eirhte of.. t o.'aoare aK'I lwavs; Bear '.l
-TInerted'm b her :loshing. motheisr .brother',
,eorg' (on iative serr.ie) and ?ister, 'Wrs.?,+
Ellard, of Maylan s.:.
Andrewr G. Dixon and ·Eailyo of .Si ast
* street, .Preml ntle, i dresis to' THo AN[ allt
r.and Mrs'aela ow and Family.,of Ca.~ a ?.
Mrs. ea.rge and Family. of Subinco wish; to
Mr.. d M.rs Willian : Sddon and 'Familky,
of 1-ri"ate Hearly eddon their dearly loved
sBaOWN -Thb e Friends of the late' Mr. ieamel
Clrence .Brown, farmer: of Perenmrie, and
fornirly of 'Three Springs Midland Bailway,
LIDDLNGTON.-The Friends of the late Mr.
'o'on James Liddington, of the W.A. Gov
ernment,Raiwytys. and of IHenry.?treet. ast
CasnninFtOn, are respe?tfully 'invited to fel
WEST AUST.ALIAN AM ALGAMATED S?CIETT
OF RAIWAY E.PLOTEBS' UNION.
Funeral of our late comrade, John" Jamee
Liddingt?no. which is appointed no leave
CHAS. HA.EL FS.
Wallace, of 2S9 lutt.street, North :erth,
eliot of the late Hr. Robert Walladce of
of Mr. G. M. Bunee (Bune and Smith,
pai'ters), are respectfully invited to o.
Mr. G. M. Bnoe, 28 Hutt,.eiet, SNorth
His warfare now is over,
The sounds of battle cease;
He has passed through death's river
To yonder land of peace.
There is no fear can reach his heart,
A conqueror did he depart,
His crown to receive.
Now the labourer's task is o'er,
Now the battle day is past;
Now upon the farther shore
Lands the voyager at last.
Father, in Thy gracious keeping,
Leave we now Thy servant sleeping.
REDMAN.—Killed in action, in France, on Sep-
tember 16, 1917, Gunner Arthur Redman
(Friday), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Redman, Boulder. A tribute to the memory
STEPHENS.—In loving memory of my dear
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother,
Elsie and Norman Roe, 275 Rokeby-road
Subiaco.
STEPHENS.—In fond remembrance of Private
William Walter Stephens (Wally), killed in
—Inserted by his old chum, Clarrie V. Parr.
TAYLOR.—Killed in action, in France, on Oc-
tober 12, our dearly beloved brother, Jack,
aged 25 years.
None near to mourn him, save willows that
—Inserted by his sorrowing sister and brother-
in-law A. and H. McLeod, and Stella.
WILSON.—Killed in action on October 12, 1917,
son of Nurse Wilson, Davis-street, Beaconsfield,
Mrs. A. Bates and Wallace (on active service)
Samuel (of Spearwood), Thomas (of
Fremantle), and Alfred (of Beachport).
—Inserted by mother and sisters and brothers.
WALLACE.—On November 13, 1917, at 28 Hutt-
street, North Perth, Emma, relict of Robert
Bunce (late of Glenferrie, Victoria), aged
70 years. Melbourne papers please copy.
DEATHS.
WATSON.—On August 31, at Bradford, England,
Ellen dearly beloved wife of Thos. Watson,
of Perth, in her 50th year. Peace, perfect
peace. English and Melbourne papers
Anzac Heroes.
anid brother, Len., who died of wounds n
also sister and brother, Arthur and Maude.
McLEOD.--In loing memory of' my dear
brother, Neil M. McLeod, killed in action
-Inserted by his loving sister, Annie
McLeod.
law, Les and Jen Annesley, and little Fred.
BROWNFIELD.-In loving nmemory'ofo nor dear
brother, Arthur Thomas (Art), who died on
-Inserted by his loving brothers, Jack, Will,
and George (on active service), and sister,
Connie (on active service).
LEMMEY.-In fond and loving memory of our
darling 'son, :Albert Henry, who ieds-ov?I
mother, brothers and sister, J. A. and T. Lemmey.
LEMMEY.-In fondest memory of our darling
grandson, Albert Henry, who departed this
life on November 14, 1916.
-Inserted by his loving grandparents, H.
and E. Ball, Mundaring.
LEMMEY.-In ever loving memory of our dear
little nephew, Albert Henry Lemmey, who
departed this life on November 14, 1916.
little cousins, E. and A. Gray.
LEMMEY.-In loving memory of our dear little
nephew, Albert Henry, who departed this
life on November 14, 1916.
-Inserted by his loving uncle and aunt,
and cousins, J. H. and A. Byfield.
MELDRUM.-In "fond and>loviag memory, ,a; my
dear mother who departed this life on
November 14, 1916.
-Inserted by his loving daughter, Marjory,
and grandson, Thomas.
PLUMRIDGE.—In loving memory of our dear
daughter and sister, Rose Emma, who
departed this life on November 14, 1914.
We, who love you, sadly miss you,
As it dawns three years to-day.
In our lonely hours of thinking,
Thoughts of you are always near.
—Inserted by her loving mother, brother,
George (on active service), and sister, Mrs. Jos.
Ellard, of Maylands.
Mr. Andrew G. Dixon and Family, of 55 East-
street, Fremantle, i dresis to' THo AN[ allt
Mr. and Mrs. Kellow and Family, of Caversham,
Private S. Kellow.
Mrs. Savage and Family, of Subiaco, wish to
Mr. and Mrs. William Seddon and Family,
of Private Henry Seddon their dearly loved
BROWN.-The Friends of the late Mr. Michael
Clarence Brown, farmer, of Perenjorie, and
formerly of Three Springs, Midland Railway,
LIDDINGTON.-The Friends of the late Mr.
John James Liddington, of the W.A. Gov
ernment Railways, and of Henry-street, East
Cannington, are respe?tfully 'invited to fel
WEST AUSTRALIAN AMALGAMATED SOCIETY
OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' UNION.
Funeral of our late comrade, John James
Liddington, which is appointed to leave
CHAS. HAYNES,
Wallace, of 28 Hutt-street, North Perth,
relicy of the late Mr. Robert Wallace, of
of Mr. G. M. Bunce (Bunce and Smith,
painters), are respectfully invited to fol-
Mr. G. M. Bunce, 28 Hutt-street, North
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 5 December 1949 [Issue No.19,777] page 1 2019-10-23 19:13 DOWNEY (nee Betty Abjornson)
of Hawera. New Zealand—a daugh-
Busselton to Val and Frank—a
JENKINSON (nee Smith):—On De-
pital to Val and John—a son
(Michael Lindsay),
John's. Northam, to Mr. and Mrs.
M. V. Seating—twin daughters. All
KNUCKEY: To Jean and Leo on
November 30. at K.E.M.H.—a son
Joan and Arthur—a daughter (Pat-
pital Bunbury, to Josie and Gor-
don, of Benger—a daughter (Caro-
Ives Victoria Park, to Olive and
WALSH (nee McCreery): At St
sington Nursing Home on Decem-
ter (Lynette Cowling). Both well
SILVER WEDDINGS
WILKINSON: THE SONS Of MR.
and MRS. T. C. WILKINSON of
Bee, G. Marshall, G. R
Blake, S. L. McInnes, A.
Bowen, E. W. Mitchell, R. M.
Borrows, M. A. Myers, A. J.
Callaghan, K. O'Farrell, B. F
Cowen, N. Pitman, M. A.
Endersbee, E. J. Priest, H.
Etalides, L. G. Quirk, A. J
Greaves, M A. Ralston, J
Gunton, G. Smith, C.
Holding, J. Stuart, G. W.
Hollis, S. Thomson, J. E.
Illingworth, K. F. Wilson, F. P.
Knowles, J. Wilson, C.
Leadle, W. Wilson, B.
Macpherson, O. M. Winter, B.
loving niece and cousin of Bonnie
God looked down from heaven.
He, found our daring Sandra
BLAKE (Sandra) on December
2 at Subiaco result of accident
deepest sympathy to Mr and Mrs
Blake
From Mr and Mrs Williams
of Fred and Clara Bowen Cottes-
loe, fond cousin of Win (Mrs Cook,
Cottesloe) Jose (Mrs Hartley,
hew Evelyne and Laurie Bolden.
little Kerry darling niece of Lil
pathy to Mr and Mrs Callaghan.
COWEN: On November 30 at Clare-
ENDERSBEE: on December 3,
of Subiaco dearly loved mother of
(Mrs. F. J. Clark) and the late
Charles of Korbel, dear grandma
children aged 90 years and
Cue: aged 69 years.
liam loved mother of Horace, fond
Sadly missed,
(Mrs. D. V. Bott): aged 86 years.
mother-in-law of Bonny, beloved
1949. at Kalgoorlie District Hos-
Brian. Rosemary, Trevor and Gil-
grandchildren: aged 76 years.
Is kept.
beloved husband of Rebecca Mar-
Roderick, Edward, Florence, (Mrs.
Chapel, Karrakatta on December
Muriel, Jack. Marl (Pullagaroo Sta-
Frank, grandfather of Noreen.
Wayne, Murray. Beverley, Ernest
loved father of Phyl, fond father
Wayne, Murray and Beverly Chap-
loved father of Nance, fond father
(Mrs. Withnell), Role (Mrs
Dorothy (Mrs. Higgins) and Mary
her residence, 405 Bulwer-street.
nan of Brian, Desmond and Mar-
Hilary Ryan loving nan of Mari-
lyn Hilary and Anthony
pathy in memory of Angela
From Lii and Ted McAuliffe.
QUIRK (A.J.): A tribute to the
Years.
George and Owen, loved grand-
loved husband of Ethel Mary Thom-
loved husband of Agnes Ethel Wil-
Loving thoughts,
Mrs. Harray Blake, of 35 Fergu-
son-street, Midvale. are respect-
move from our Chapel, Hay-street.
W. Tippet, President:
Mr. E. W. (Bill) Bowen of Adelaide-
move from our Chapel, Hay-street.
J. CHIPPER AND SON. Perth.
lars see main notice. G. Keating.
1 Hubble-street, East Fremantle
Church of England Cemetery. Fre-
Parlour. 33 Canning-highway, East
Fremantle, at 3.45 o'clock. no
the Place of interment, the Church
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. BA4308
HOLLIS: The Friends of Mr. Her-
late dearly loved wife, Stella,is
Mortuary, 20 Guildford-road
J. L. WATKINS AND SONS. U1277
torium Chapel Karrakatta, THIS
that the remains of their late Life
late Dr. Robert McFarlane Mit-
SCOTT AND CO. PTY. LTD.
katta. THIS (Monday) MORNING.
brated in St. Brigid's Church.
O'DEA. 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel.
day) AFTERNOON arriving at the
notice. S. M. Andrews. President;
E Clayton, Secretary.
see main notice. R. W. Conner.
see main notice. H. Clayton, Secre-
DOWNEY (nee Betty Abjornson):
of Hawera, New Zealand—a daugh-
Busselton, to Val and Frank—a
JENKINSON (nee Smith): On De-
pital, to Val and John—a son
(Michael Lindsay).
John's, Northam, to Mr. and Mrs.
M. V. Keating—twin daughters. All
KNUCKEY: To Jean and Leo, on
November 30, at K.E.M.H.—a son
pital, Bunbury, to Josie and Gor-
Ives, Victoria Park, to Olive and
WALSH (nee McCreery): At St.
sington Nursing Home, on Decem-
ter (Lynette Cowling). Both well.
SILVER WEDDINGS.
WILKINSON: THE SONS of MR.
and MRS. T. C. WILKINSON, of
Bee, G. | Marshall, G. R.
Blake, S. L. | McInnes, A.
Bowen, E. W. | Mitchell, R. M.
Burrows, M. A. | Myers, A. J.
Callaghan, K. | O'Farrell, B. F.
Cowen, N. | Pitman, M. A.
Endersbee, E. J. | Priest, H.
Etalides, L. G. | Quirk, A. J.
Greaves, M. A. | Ralston, J.
Gunton, G. | Smith, C.
Holding, J. | Stuart, G. W.
Hollis, S. | Thomson, J. E.
Illingworth, K. F. | Wilson, F. P.
Knowles, J. | Wilson, C.
Leadle, W. | Wilson, B.
Macpherson, O. M. | Winter, B.
BLAKE: At Subiaco, December 2,
loving niece and cousin of Bonnie,
God looked down from heaven,
He found our daring Sandra
BLAKE (Sandra): On December
2, at Subiaco, result of accident.
Deepest sympathy to Mr. and Mrs.
Blake.
From Mr. and Mrs. Williams.
of Fred and Clara Bowen, Cottes-
loe, fond cousin of Win (Mrs. Cook,
Cottesloe), Jose (Mrs. Hartley,
hew, Evelyne and Laurie Bolden.
little Kerry, darling niece of Lil
pathy to Mr. and Mrs. Callaghan.
COWEN: On November 30, at Clare-
ENDERSBEE: On December 3,
of Subiaco, dearly loved mother of
(Mrs. F. J. Clark), and the late
Charles, of Korbel, dear grandma
children; aged 90 years and
Cue; aged 69 years.
liam, loved mother of Horace, fond
Sadly missed.
(Mrs. D. V. Bott); aged 86 years.
mother-in-law of Sonny, beloved
1949, at Kalgoorlie District Hos-
Brian, Rosemary, Trevor and Gil-
grandchildren; aged 76 years.
is kept.
Roderick, Edward, Florence (Mrs.
Chapel, Karrakatta, on December
Muriel, Jack, Marj (Pullagaroo Sta-
Frank, grandfather of Noreen,
Wayne, Murray, Beverley, Ernest
loved father of Phyl, fond father-
loved father of Nance, fond father-
(Mrs. Withnell), Edie (Mrs.
Dorothy (Mrs. Higgins) and Mary;
her residence, 405 Bulwer-street,
Hilary Ryan, loving nan of Mari-
lyn, Hilary and Anthony.
pathy in memory of Angela.
From Lil and Ted McAuliffe.
QUIRK (A. J.): A tribute to the
years.
George and Gwen, loved grand-
Loving thoughts.
street, Midvale, are respect-
move from our Chapel, Hay-street,
W. Tippet, President.
Mr. E. W. (Bill) Bowen, of Adelaide-
move from our Chapel, Hay-street,
J. CHIPPER AND SON, Perth.
lars see main notice. G. Keating,
1 Hubble-street, East Fremantle,
Church of England Cemetery, Fre-
Parlour, 33 Canning-highway, East
Fremantle, at 3.45 o'clock. No
the place of interment, the Church
Pier-street, Perth. Tel. BA4308.
late dearly loved wife, Stella, is
Mortuary, 203 Guildford-road,
J. L. WATKINS AND SONS. U1277.
torium Chapel, Karrakatta, THIS
that the remains of their late Life-
SCOTT AND CO. PTY. LTD.,
katta, THIS (Monday) MORNING.
brated in St. Brigid's Church,
O'DEA, 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel.
son, of 64 Ninth-avenue, Maylands,
day) AFTERNOON, arriving at the
notice. S. M. Andrews, President;
E. Clayton, Secretary.
see main notice. R. W. Conner,
see main notice. E. Clayton, Secre-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Friday 16 November 1917 [Issue No.1,664] page 19 2019-10-23 17:37 BOTHE (nee McGILL). — On November 7,
FIRTH. (nee Cochrane).—On November 3, at
and Mrs. I. E. Jenkins, of Cue—a son.
—a son. Both well
KEOGH.—On October 21, at Nurse Bevan's,
MEAKINS.—On November 6, at her residence,
wife of Mr. F. L Meakins, Loco, Department,
6, at Nurse Weaver's Private Hospital.
and Mrs. C. W. Pitman, of Hay-street.
and Mrs. L. V. Simpson, of 91 Mary-street.
Fremantle-a daughter. Mother and child
SUNDERCOMBE.—On November 8, at Barrabool,
WESTON.—On November 5, at Nurse Lloyds
to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Es Young—
10 1892, at St. Matthew's Church,
the Rev. L. J. Outram. Harry Norman, second
England to Winifred, second daughter
by tho Ven. Archdeacon Louch, Robert
Swain. J.P. of Ravensthorpe, Phillips River,
of P.W.D.. Perth, now of Adelaide, and
daughter of Mr. James Clarke of Myrtle
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
Perth, by the Rev. Father Mots (special
to LogAn. Augusta Martin the sixth
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin. Elizabeth-
COX.—At Nelsonville, Church-road. Hamwell,
London W., England, Charles age 72. uncle
loved mother of Mrs. A. W. Moullin. Mr.
FLOOK.—On November 7, 1917 at Fairlight-
Mary Ann Flook, aged 66 years.
Great Southern, Railway, Alfred
O'Neil, and Mrs. Harold W. Gibbs Aylesbury,
GOODE.—On November 7, 1917, at. Katanning,
Charles, and James Goode: aged 76
—Inserted by her loving daughter-in-law,
and grandchildren.
11. Walter, the dearly beloved eldest son
of John and May Guilfoyle, 189 Lord-street
street, Perth, Thomas Wall, aged 89 yeards.
Horse), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Kyrwood
KYRWOOD.—In loving memory of my dearly
of Mrs. C. Maggs, of South Australia and
loving father of Betty and Jack. aged 40
of the Perth Modern School. Subiaco.
PURDUE.—On November 11 at 39 Walton-road,
Mrs. F. W Sear, Prahran. Victoria; Mr.
street, and Mrs Chas. Coulson, James-street.
of Perth, in her 60th year. Peace, perfect
(Fremantle); Mrs. Hubert V. Braddock
(South Perth). Nellie (on active service),
—inserted by his loving brother and sister-
BEATON.—Killed in action in France. October
4. 1917, Signaller Robert Beaton, dearly
Beaton. Aultbea, Rosemire; loved brother
(Jack) on October 12 somewhere in France.
BECKETT.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917
friend of Mr. and Mrs Sheldrake and
wounds somewhere in France on August 28,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Johnstone
nephews of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Parker. Winchester.
son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Thompson
C Pearson and Mrs. F. A. Mourits
France on October 12, 1917, Walter William
—Inserted by his old friends Dick (On active
BROAD.—Killed in action, somewhere in France.
Corporal Lewis J. Broad, age 23,11th Battalion.
E. L and sister-in-law May Broad.
He died an Australian hero.
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother sisters,
France, Roy Andrew, beloved friend of Mrs
Bawdin and daughters, of 31 Stirling street,
BRUCE.—Killed in action, somewhere in France.
on October 30 1917; Private Roy Andrew,
dearly, loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Jamieson, 78 Trafalgar road, East Perth;
loving cousin of Gladys, Olive. Myrtle, Ivy,
on October 20. 1917. Private James Budge,
CAMPBELL:—Killed in action somewhere in
after over two years' active service. Gunner
Corporal H. Dingle (returned). Jack, Fred.,
P.A., U.S.A.. who passed away at
tho Gosport Aviation Hospital, Isle of Wight,
England, on August 3. 1917.
France, on October 14. 1917 Private Victor
—Inserted by father, mother sisters, and
Herbert Rontley.
in-law. M. and G Routley. Eastern and goldfields
mother, sifters and brothers.
France on October 22, 1917. Gunner Patrick
Power (Malcolm), Daniel Edmund, Thomas,
GARDEN.—A tribute to tho memory of our late
—Inserted by his follow drivers at Boan
Private Frederick Graham third loving son
28, 1917. Private George Hall only
Stanley. Wharf-street. Queen's Park (late
Harwood. 8 Hamersley-road. Subiaco.
friend Private Charles Hine, killed in action
law, Annie and John Burhop. W.A.G.R., Merredin.
—Inserted by his sister-in-law and brother
in-law J. E. and W. G. Marriott, Subiaco.
—Inserted by his loving brother and sister
Janie, Jessie, and Maggie. North Perth.
—Inserted by his sincere friend. Grace
son of Richard and Auguste Jaentsch.
and Mrs. Johnstone, of Wadsley. Cheshire,
August 30. 1917.
JONES.—In sad end loving memory of our
dear cousin. Private Paul Jones (late of
Vivienne, Rossmond Crawley.
wounds in France on October 19. 1917
wounds in France. October 19. 1917
—Inserted by Mr and Mrs. McLeod. North
Caversham. Guildford, loving- brother of Mrs
Renfrey, Westonia: Mrs. Bartlett. Brookton;
Harry and Sam. Dumbleyung: also Frank
just returned: aged 26 years. Greater love
Snholastica, Mary, Michael, Martin, and
Kennedy (late M.R. Co). dearly loved mate
—Inserted by his sorrowing mates. Eddy and
Tom Rich. West Midland.
LEEHANE.—Died of wounds in France on October
24, 1917, Sapper Howard Michael
and Mrs. F. Miller, Hessie Mount, Peppermint
October 15. 1917, Private Arthur J. McArthur.
dear friend. Private A. P. McGrath, who
McCORMACK.—Killed in action on October 13.
McEWAN.—Killed in action, in France, on October
gave His beloved son. Mourn not for the
October 28. somewhere in France.
—Inserted by his parents. Mr. and Mrs
Hugh McGregor and sisters. Maggie and Millie,
McGREGOR.-Died of wounds. October 28,
hero. Ho fought a good fight; he finished
McGLINN.—Killed in action somewhere in
MALEY.—Killed in action, in France, on October
12, Reginald H. (Reg.) Maley
road. Subiaco. One of the noblest and best
of men. R.l.P.
ber 4. 1917, Private Ernest Manhire, New
on October 12 1917, Richard Oswald May,
loving father of Sylvia end Dave, of 125
MELLOR.—Killed in action, October 9. in
(returned). 10th Light Horse, Wilfred (active
service, 28th Battalion). Mrs. Smith, and
Mrs. Giviall Hawkins of Perth.
NAGEL.—On October 17 1917, somewhere in
William Mark Nichols, on October 13, 1917,
dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Nichols.
NICHOLLS.—Died of wounds on October 18.
India, and brother of Sidney Minnie. Ernie,
(on active service) Doris, and Douglas.
wounds, on October 22. Private Arthur
Pitchford lately of the Bon Marche Stores,
PITCHER,—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, on September 28. 1917, Private
son of Jane Loxton. Collie, and of the late
William Pitcher. Beaufort, Victoria; loving
Turner. Bridgetown Western Australia.
108 Stirling-street. Perth.
POPE.—A loving tribute to the memory of Edmund
Holl Pope (Ted), killea in action in
Francw on September 26, 1917.
in France on October 6, 1917. Private
Corps the nearly beloved and only son of
street Leederville, and dearly beloved
PORTER.—Died of wounds on October 6 Private
George J. Porter, dearly loved cousin
of Mr. Mrs. and Annie Adams.
BOTHE (nee McGill). — On November 7, at
FIRTH (nee Cochrane).—On November 3, at
and Mrs. J. E. Jenkins, of Cue—a son.
—a son. Both well.
KEOGH.—On October 27, at Nurse Bevan's,
MEAKINS.—On November 8, at her residence,
wife of Mr. F. L. Meakins, Loco. Department,
PERROTT (nee Kathleen Delaney).—On November
6, at Nurse Weaver's Private Hospital,
and Mrs. C. W. Pitman, of Hay-street,
and Mrs. L. V. Simpson, of 91 Mary-street,
Fremantle—a daughter. Mother and child
SUNDERCOMBE.—On November 2, at Barrabool,
WESTON.—On November 5, at Nurse Lloyd's
to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Young—
10, 1892, at St. Matthew's Church,
the Rev. L. J. Outram, Harry Norman, second
England, to Winifred, second daughter
by the Ven. Archdeacon Louch, Robert
Swain, J.P., of Ravensthorpe, Phillips River,
of P.W.D., Perth, now of Adelaide, and
daughter of Mr. James Clarke, of Myrtle
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception,
Perth, by the Rev. Father Moss (special
to Logan Augusta Martin the sixth
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin, Elizabeth-
COX.—At Nelsonville, Church-road, Hamwell,
London W., England, Charles age 72, uncle
loved mother of Mrs. A. W. Moullin, Mr.
FLOOK.—On November 7, 1917, at Fairlight-
Mary Ann Flook, aged 66? years.
Great Southern Railway, Alfred
O'Neil, and Mrs. Harold W. Gibbs, Aylesbury,
GOODE.—On November 7, 1917, at Katanning,
Charles, and James Goode; aged 76
—Inserted by her loving son, daughter-in-law,
and grand-children.
11, Walter, the dearly beloved eldest son
of John and May Guilfoyle, 189 Lord-street,
street, Perth, Thomas Wall, aged 83 years.
Horse), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Kyrwood,
KYRWOOD.—In loving memory of my dearly-
of Mrs. C. Maggs, of South Australia, and
loving father of Betty and Jack, aged 40
of the Perth Modern School, Subiaco.
PURDUE.—On November 11, at 39 Walton-road,
Mrs. F. W. Sear, Prahran, Victoria; Mr.
street, and Mrs Chas. Coulson, James-street,
of Perth, in her 50th year. Peace, perfect
(Fremantle), Mrs. Hubert V. Braddock
(South Perth), Nellie (on active service),
—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-
BEATON.—Killed in action in France, October
4, 1917, Signaller Robert Beaton, dearly
Beaton, Aultbea, Ross-shire; loved brother
(Jack), on October 12, somewhere in France.
BECKETT.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldrake and
wounds somewhere in France on August 26,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Johnstone,
nephews of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Parker, Winchester.
son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Thompson.
C. Pearson and Mrs. F. A. Mouritz,
France, on October 12, 1917, Walter William
—Inserted by his old friends Dick (on active
BROAD.—Killed in action, somewhere in France,
Corporal Lewis J. Broad, age 23, 11th Battalion.
E. L. and sister-in-law May Broad.
He died an Australian hero,
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother, sisters,
France, Roy Andrew, beloved friend of Mrs.
Bawdin and daughters, of 51 Stirling-street,
BRUCE.—Killed in action, somewhere in France,
on October 30 1917, Private Roy Andrew,
dearly loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Jamieson, 79 Trafalgar-road, East Perth;
loving cousin of Gladys, Olive, Myrtle, Ivy,
on October 20, 1917, Private James Budge,
CAMPBELL.—Killed in action somewhere in
after over two years' active service, Gunner
Corporal H. Dingle (returned), Jack, Fred.,
P.A., U.S.A., who passed away at
the Gosport Aviation Hospital, Isle of Wight,
England, on August 3, 1917.
France, on October 14, 1917 Private Victor
—Inserted by father, mother, sisters, and
Herbert Routley.
in-law, M. and G. Routley. Eastern and goldfields
mother, sisters and brothers.
France, on October 22, 1917, Gunner Patrick
Power (Malcolm), Daniel, Edmund, Thomas,
GARDEN.—A tribute to the memory of our late
—Inserted by his fellow drivers at Boan
Private Frederick Graham, third loving son
28, 1917, Private George Hall, only
Stanley, Wharf-street, Queen's Park (late
Harwood, 8 Hamersley-road, Subiaco.
friend, Private Charles Hine, killed in action
law, Annie and John Burhop, W.A.G.R., Merredin.
—Inserted by his sister-in-law and brother-
in-law, J. E. and W. G. Marriott, Subiaco.
—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-
Janie, Jessie, and Maggie, North Perth.
—Inserted by his sincere friend, Grace.
son of Richard and Auguste Jaentsch,
and Mrs. Johnstone, of Wadsley, Cheshire,
August 30, 1917.
JONES.—In sad and loving memory of our
dear cousin, Private Paul Jones (late of
Vivienne, Rosamund Crawley.
wounds in France on October 19, 1917.
wounds in France, October 19, 1917.
—Inserted by Mr and Mrs. McLeod, North
Caversham, Guildford, loving brother of Mrs.
Renfrey, Westonia; Mrs. Bartlett, Brookton;
Harry and Sam, Dumbleyung; also Frank
just returned; aged 26 years. Greater love
Scholastica, Mary, Michael, Martin, and
Kennedy (late M.R. Co), dearly loved mate
—Inserted by his sorrowing mates, Eddy and
Tom Rich, West Midland.
Clarence and Ettie Forder; also brother-in-
October 24, 1917, Sapper Howard Michael
and Mrs. F. Miller, Hessle Mount, Peppermint
October 15, 1917, Private Arthur J. McArthur.
dear friend, Private A. P. McGrath, who
McCORMACK.—Killed in action on October 13,
McEWAN.—Killed in action in France, on October
gave His beloved Son. Mourn not for the
October 28, somewhere in France.
—Inserted by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh McGregor and sisters, Maggie and Millie,
McGREGOR.—Died of wounds, October 28,
hero. He fought a good fight; he finished
McGLINN.—Killed in action, somewhere in
October 12, Reginald H. (Reg.) Maley,
road, Subiaco. One of the noblest and best
of men. R.I.P.
4, 1917, Private Ernest Manhire, New
on October 12, 1917, Richard Oswald May,
loving father of Sylvia and Dave, of 125
MELLOR.—Killed in action, October 9, in
(returned), 10th Light Horse, Wilfred (active
service, 28th Battalion), Mrs. Smith, and
Mrs. Civiall Hawkins of Perth.
NAGEL.—On October 17, 1917, somewhere in
William Mark Nichols, on October 18, 1917,
dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Nichols,
NICHOLLS.—Died of wounds on October 18,
India, and brother of Sidney, Minnie, Ernie,
(on active service), Doris, and Douglas.
wounds, on October 22, Private Arthur
Pitchford, lately of the Bon Marche Stores,
PITCHER.—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, on September 28, 1917, Private
son of Jane Loxton, Collie, and of the late
William Pitcher, Beaufort, Victoria; loving
Turner, Bridgetown Western Australia.
108 Stirling-street, Perth.
Edmund Holl Pope (Ted), killed in action in
France on September 26, 1917.
in France on October 6, 1917, Private
Corps the dearly beloved and only son of
street, Leederville, and dearly beloved
H. Rayner, North-West; and Mrs. H. E.
Private George J. Porter, dearly loved cousin
of Mr., Mrs. and Annie Adams.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 14 November 1917 [Issue No.4,872] page 1 2019-10-23 17:37 St. Mare's Church Colin street, by the Rev.
Wednesday, the 21st inst., at Garfmore
WANHOP-MARTIN. - On October 13, 1917,
at Scots Church Fremantle, by the Rev. Hanlin,
Hugh Wanhop, youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Wanhop, Duke street, East Fremantle,
BEATOIN. - Killed in action in France,
Beaton, Aultbea, Rosemarie, loved brother
of Kenneth Beaton, Karrakatta, aged 30 years.
None spoke of his name but, with praise.
BECKETT. - Killed in action, in France, on
- Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters,
BENSON.-Killed in action in France, Private
Alexander Benson,- beloved stepbrother of
SF' C. Byniier, Meckering, and Ai?t eof .To
b'?ore, Vietoria., ',
-i herted by.hie stepbarthser and sister-in-law.
T. c, and M. E.'Ryniker,,Meckerinag.
]OORi.-'?ed -of .-wouandsin Egyppt,. ?o October
31, -.Lieutenant.. Alari- Pinder Bor;. of the
oyast Flying Corps, England. onlyison of
SJ.. A. and E.. C.. Boor, Bnmbury' aLed 25
years; also Harry J6hustone, A.IF., France,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C; P. Johaeton
FPremantle,'" aged 19, year; - dearly leveds
Snephews of Mr. and .Mr. L. P. Parker Win
;t Un-to Thy-handseO Lard. -
DIGLE.--Killed in action. on October' 4- 1917,
after over. two years' active, ervier, Gunner
C' CO Dingle, third lovin son of -H: Dingle,
munition. worker, E ngland,; and M.rs. H.
ingle,, Clarembost; also loving--brother of
CorpoHal Dingle (teturned), Jack, FrLd.
N ellie, and. Mabel.
L.ord, Thy will--iot mine.;
IA1ST-Died - of ;rounds smeiriere ýin Yranea
on September SS. Corporal Arthur T:. east,
. sop of, Mr.+ and , Mrs.'FeastSerpteaine
SNever .ta be forgdtten; fond memory dniigs.
-Thertcd'" by father, mother: asters,' and
• ?theres. .- -. " --.
JI . ETOHRL.-a illed- t in..-ton -o cmsw.ere iw
F ra-nce October 13. 1917tiJohn: W t .Jack),
S dearly beloved .second ion of Mr. and M :.
: Won; let3e-r,: loved brother of. Tom; (o-n
'a t, oh se~ ge) .?Minni:e, ant wathi r har
Lacey-sreet: Perth;:.and lras/A ' Wi .Ma
a " Cnilarcn and:- brobtherinlaw.?' Bert, of.
' . iV-stnret.. South' Fremantle; aged 19
,ears S months: .
In heII bloom of youth' death claimed him,'
S In~the .prid cof hia, manhood :days;:"
" o on'b e knevw him but to love -him. ; i "
i ob?o spI)re bf, his name but ,with .praise.
-" - t ;tedbyhiss sorrowng father'. and
-motlr4:, siters; and' erothers. " •"
*ALT L AG R.'Hillei in cacti somewihere- in
l a." aPrn ,?..tor.r F G191,,Guner jfatrick.
sh--.-. 4? ets lair, eecoad ?lsed son. of Mtr.
nd .,':tod. Mrs:,. Edmond sGpllgser, Silals-?freet,
-Ea dliiitPremanitle :rand .:loved)' brother fM.lrs.
• ' mter tfat-olm), Daniel ,Edmund, Tbomas,
pale.Rest in pee
. cep not, father and aother, for men
S 'For -I-ar.m waiting in glory for thee.
7Aa TSRCH KilleRen "iaetsli on-October-1.. fi
France, '?rivate Fritz Jaenteh,. dearly b
loved son of. ichard and Auguste Jai?teo,
'of Gosnellsj aged .2lyears.
JOE3.-:1 ` tributlie to e memory c.or dear
'friehd ,Private Paul': Jones, who died of
- -ieounds ind ^ rance.. October ;19." 1 -917:
l-nserted by Mr. . andi" Mi. Si L d, Nortfh
Perth. . r ..
KE.LOW-Killid in actnn on Septeembr S0.
- 317, soneiwhere in France, Private Steptas
S-'third nou of. 3r.. and lrs.' G.< L Kellow,
Ca (versham. GuildforL. .ioving.brother of:Mrs
. : Refrey, Westonia. Mrs. Bartlett, Brookton;
Harry apd ;.San? DImhieyung; alsorPralik
just'returnMed;aged o' yesar.' Greater love
bath ino man 'than this, tohlay-'down. his
S lifer for others. .. :. '
-Inserted' by his lovig parentso brothers, and
sisters.! . .;
NALET --Killed in action, in Franoe, on Oe
tober' 12 Reginald H (Rl.) ..iMale.
dearly-loved husband' of ? a? '- aley,'and
.loing daddy of little Mollie,; .of Rokeby
rpaud Subiated .One of the nobleet and'bes.
-of'Kep. R.I.P.
McGLl.N.--Killed in -uction, sonmewhnre. ia
Fiance, on October ,-IS'1917."rivat C: J.
S- MeGlian, dearly-loved son of Elizabeth Bull
His iarfare now i, s ovr?r -
' --Inserted y has sorroinog no6ther and' step
father, Elinabeth and Stanley Bull; and brether
Gordon, PForreotdale.
MITCkELL?-Killed ern action. somewhere ij
" FranCe,: on October .I 91 Pr-ietc Ho.Ie
A B Mitohell. fifth: Love n on of W lnd
?. Mitchell, loved brotheriot Ernest and
Liaymond, on active service Arnold and
L'5L55 rretrieu; ance Laura,' Lance,: ano
little niece Vma; aged -' vears;late of
LarJ, Victoria.. '
How can a miandie better?
-Victorian papers please copy. -
AGEL.-Oun October 17 1917, some-here m
Ftlanc". Lieutenont Harry Nagel, beloved
husband of Ethel and fatler of Enid, of 7h
sorfolk-street," North Perth. He did his
NICirOLS.-Died of wounds m Fraee, Private
William Mark \? elss, on October 15 1917,
derly bhelovdl .on of Mr and l?rs. ichhols.
Clarement;- and- beloved r--other of Lenanrd
a??id Reggic.
Nowv thh labourer's task is o'er,
-Inserted by his sorrowing and loving. paru
pats.,
OSBORN.-Killed in action, in France, on Oc-
--Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law,
St. Mary's Church, Colin-street, by the Rev.
Wednesday, the 21st inst., at Gartmore,
WAUHOP—MARTIN.—On October 13, 1917, at
Scots' Church, Fremantle, by the Rev. Hanlin,
Hugh Wauhop, youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Wauhop, Duke-street, East Fremantle,
Elizabeth-street, North Fremantle.
BEATON.—Killed in action in France,
Beaton, Aultbea, Ross-shire; loved brother
of Kenneth Beaton, Karrakatta; aged 30 years.
None spoke of his name but with praise.
BECKETT.—Killed in action, in France, on
Joseph Beckett, of 12 Carr-street, West
—Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters,
BENSON.—Killed in action in France, Private
Alexander Benson, beloved stepbrother of
F. C. Ryniker, Meckering, and late of
Tooborac, Victoria.
—Inserted by his stepbrother and sister-in law
F. C. and M. E. Ryniker, Meckering.
BOOR.—Died of wounds in Egypt, on October
31, Lieutenant Alaric Pinder Boor, of the
Royal Flying Corps, England, only son of
J. A. and E. C. Boor, Bunbury, aged 25
years; also Harry Johnstone, A.I.F., France,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Johnstone,
Fremantle, aged 19 years; dearly loved
nephews of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Parker,
Unto Thy hands, O Lord.
DINGLE.—Killed in action on October 22, 1917,
after over two years' active service, Gunner
C. Dingle, third loving son of H. Dingle,
Dingle, Claremont; also loving brother of
Corporal H. Dingle (returned), Jack, Fred.,
Lord, Thy will—not mine.
FEAST.—Died of wounds somewhere in France
on September 28, Corporal Arthur T. Feast,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Feast, Serpentine.
Never to be forgdtten; fond memory clings.
—Inserted by father, mother, sisters, and
brothers.
FLETCHER.—Killed in action somewhere in
France, October 13, 1917, John Wm. (Jack),
dearly beloved second son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Fletcher, loved brother of Tom (on
active service), Minnie, and Arthur, 7
Lacey-street, Perth; and Mrs. A. W.
Manning (Clare) and brother-in-law, Bert, of
22 Lilly-street, South Fremantle; aged 19
years 6 months.
In the bloom of youth death claimed him,
In the pride of his manhood days;
No one knew him but to love him,
None spoke of his name but with praise.
—Inserted by his sorrowing father and
mother, sisters and brothers.
GALLAGHER.—Killed in action somewhere in
France, on October 22, 1917, Gunner Patrick
John Gallagher, second beloved son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edmond Gallagher, Silas-street,
East Fremantle, and loved brother of Mrs.
J. Mahoney (South Fremantle), Mrs. M.
Power (Malcolm), Daniel, Edmund, Thomas,
Susie and Michael.
Rest in peace.
Weep not, father and mother, for me,
For I am waiting in glory for thee.
JAENTSCH.—Killed in action, on October 12, in
France, Private Fritz Jaentsch, dearly be-
loved son of Richard and Auguste Jaentsch,
of Gosnells, aged 24 years.
JONES.—A tribute to the memory of our dear
friend Private Paul Jones, who died of
wounds in France, October 19, 1917.
—Inserted by Mr and Mrs. McLeod, North
Perth.
KELLOW.—Killed in action on September 20,
1917, somewhere in France, Private Stephen,
third son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Kellow,
Caversham, Guildford, loving brother of Mrs.
Renfrey, Westonia; Mrs. Bartlett, Brookton;
Harry and Sam, Dumbleyung; also Frank,
just returned; aged 26 years. Greater love
hath no man than this, to lay down his
—Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
MALEY.—Killed in action, in France, on
October 12, Reginald H. (Reg.) Maley,
dearly-loved husband of Mary Maley, and
loving daddy of little Mollie, of Rokeby-
road, Subiaco. One of the noblest and best
of men. R.I.P.
McGLINN.—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, on October 13, 1917, Private C. J.
McGlinn, dearly-loved son of Elizabeth Bull.
?His iarfare now i, s ovr?r -
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother and step-
father, Elizabeth and Stanley Bull, and brother
Gordon, Forrestdale.
MITCHELL.—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, on October 4, 1917, Private Rene
A. B. Mitchell, fifth beloved son of W. and
M. Mitchell, loved brother of Ernest and
Raymond, on active service; Arnold and
Loris returned; Alice, Laura, Lance, and
little niece Vera; aged 24 years; late of
Lara, Victoria.
How can a man die better?
—Victorian papers please copy.
NAGEL.—On October 17, 1917, somewhere in
France, Lieutenant Harry Nagel, beloved
husband of Ethel and father of Enid, of 75
Norfolk-street, North Perth. He did his
NICHOLS.—Died of wounds in France, Private
William Mark Nichols, on October 18, 1917,
dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Nichols,
Claremont; and beloved brother of Lennard
and Reggie.
?Nowv thh labourer's task is o'er,
—Inserted by his sorrowing and loving
parents.
OSBORN.—Killed in action, in France, on Oc-
—Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 13 November 1917 [Issue No.4,871] page 1 2019-10-23 17:16 sister of Sarah and Annie Purdue, 39 Wal
ton-road, Viotoria Park; Mrs. E Berriott,
Mrs F. W. Sear, Prahran Victoria; Mr.
George Purdue, Holyoake, S.W.B; and Ar
France, between Novembe.r 3 and 6 1916.
George Bell, cf 5l9 IJerEeysetrc.t Jolimont.
brother Joe Sid. Baby Harold.
dear husband and father, James Byleld,
and grandmother. Margret Daley. who died
suddenly at Bavswater on November 13, 1916.
Margaret Dale?r who died suddenly at
son.in-law, Brnie Horton and iaby Thelma.
-Inserted by her loving daughter, Mrs. F.
Durkin Sydney
Inserted by her loving friend A. E. Thomp
son. 118 Tower-street, Leederville.
darling, Victor Charlds, who died on No
Dear little Viotor, our own hearts' delight,
in-law, Jcoy and Burnie Chinnery, and ieces
Lottie .and Ciss.
James Scott,'school teacher, Mogumber. scl
ouni dear soa-in-law 1Ed.. A.: Hornsby, acei
dentally killed .at :onnonnorring. .on Octo.
-Inserted by Mr.?and Mrs. 'J. L. Sott, and
$5mily Boyanup. . -
-Inserted by his loving: daughters, Aniie
m . Harriet.. -
TERRY.-Io sad and loving memce7 of Mcaiese
'- 'Jose? '-Terry,' who- died at -Perth-on -o
(Patriek); -sisters (Sate and' Bessde), and
brothers-in.law-(Walter ad. Riehard).
husband and ¢ather, David Joseph William.
L, Lawley-oresoent,;. Mt. Lawley.
Mr. and rs.J3 IT.l Blkey. of Hawlnone
street, tle desire to WHANK their
Mrs. Dhu and Family, of 101 Brishbneatreet.
de~r husband aind fSther. Private HaTrry
Dha, killed in ation on October 16-l, 191'7.
Miss Ida Rawiings wishes to THANK all kind
IHA5KS all kind friends for leters and per
seona expressions'?? of sympathy extended to
her in the loss of her. husband, Private Ar.
thur J. Verall.
BOWN.-The Friencs or -r. and Mrs. W
Bown, of Dalley Ville, Lomaetreet, Cot
Agnes Unice Mlanude, to the place of inter
(Clrener Brown. farmer, of Pereejorie, and
formerly of Three Springs. Midland al1
ses.. are respectfully invited to follow
ex of the Water Police Department, FmP
Cowdep, of Leederville; I. C. It .Johnson
(oe active service), and A. J. W. Johnson,
of Midland Junction (now in Blackboy Camp)
JOSEPH C. SEILKEN. Undertaker,
Newman-street (near Town Hall), Fre
mantle. Tel. 612.
George Morris, late guard, W.A. Govern
ment, the Church of Christ Cemetery, Kar
leave his late residence, 11 Raphael-street.
Subiaco. at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuseday)
BOWRA and O'DEA Undertakers,. 195
CIETY OF RAILWAYS EMPLOYEES
and she 2.45 tram leaving Fremantle.
CHAS. BAYERS.
General Secretary
FUNERAL IOTICES.
PURDUE.--The Friends of the late Miei Emily
(Dolly) Purdue, late of H) Walton-road, V?e
WALSH. The Fri-nds of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Iliam .Tohn Wash, of Brigg'strcet West
son,.:Sta.nkl Bernard, to the place of inter
sister of Sarah and Annie Purdue, 39 Wal-
ton-road, Victoria Park; Mrs. E. Herriott,
Mrs. F. W. Sear, Prahran, Victoria; Mr.
George Purdue, Holyoake, S.W.R.; and
France, between November 3 and 6 1916.
George Bell, of 59 Jersey-street, Jolimont,
brother Joe, Sid, Baby Harold.
dear husband and father, James Byfield,
and grandmother. Margaret Daley. who died
suddenly at Bayswater on November 13, 1916.
Margaret Daley, who died suddenly at
son-in-law, Ernie Horton, and Baby Thelma.
-Inserted by her loving daughter, Mrs. J.
Durkin, Sydney.
Inserted by her loving friend A. E. Thompson,
148 Tower-street, Leederville.
darling, Victor Charles, who died on No-
Dear little Victor, our own hearts' delight,
in-law, Joey and Burnie Chinnery, and nieces
Lottie and Ciss.
James Scott, school teacher, Mogumber. scl
our dear son-in-law, Ed. A. Hornsby, acci-
dentally killed at Konnonnorring, on Octo-
-Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Scott, and
family, Boyanup.
-Inserted by his loving daughters, Annie
and Harriet.
TERRY.-In sad and loving memory of Maurice
Joseph Terry, who died at Perth on No-
(Patrick), sisters (Kate and Bessie), and
brothers-in-law (Walter and Richard).
husband and ¢ather, David Joseph Williams,
22 Lawley-crescent, Mt. Lawley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blockey, of Hawkstone-
street, Cottesloe desire to THANK their
Mrs. Dhu and Family, of 101 Brisbane-street,
de~r husband aind fSther. Private Harry
Dhu, killed in action on October 16, 1917.
Miss Ida Rawlings wishes to THANK all kind
Mrs. E. H. Verrall, of Maddington, sincerely
THANKS all kind friends for letters and per-
sonal expressions of sympathy extended to
Arthur J. Verrall.
BOWN.-The Friencs or -r. and Mrs. W.
Bown, of Dalley Ville, Loma-street, Cot-
Agnes Unice Maude, to the place of inter-
Clarence Brown, farmer, of Perenjorie, and
formerly of Three Springs, Midland Rail-
way, are respectfully invited to follow
ex of the Water Police Department, Fre-
Cowden, of Leederville; R. C. R. Johnson
(on active service), and A. J. W. Johnson,
of Midland Junction (now in Blackboy Camp),
JOSEPH C. SEMKEN, Undertaker,
Newman-street (near Town Hall), Fre-
mantle. Tel. 682.
George Morris, late guard, W.A. Govern-
ment, the Church of Christ Cemetery, Kar-
leave his late residence, 11 Raphael-street,
Subiaco, at 3 o'clock THIS (Tuesday)
BOWRA and O'DEA Undertakers, 195
CIETY OF RAILWAYS EMPLOYEES'
and the 2.45 train leaving Fremantle.
CHAS. HAYNES,
General Secretary.
FUNERAL NOTICES.
PURDUE.--The Friends of the late Miss Emily
(Dolly) Purdue, late of 39 Walton-road, Vic-
WALSH. The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
William John Walsh, of Brigg-street, West
son, Stanley Bernard, to the place of inter
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 13 November 1917 [Issue No.4,871] page 1 2019-10-22 21:40 BILTHE.(
GRIFFIN.-On November .10 at their residence,
27' Beaufortatreet, to Ir. and Mrs. W.
Griinu.-a son
LIDDELL.-On November 7. at Nurse Beaden's
Private Hospital, 10 Smioh-street, to Mr.
and Mrs. 1'. Liddell, of Ilolyoskec-a daugh
er.
BARRETT.-Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
Captain R. H. Barrett, Adelaide: nephew
BECKETT.-Killed in action. Private John
(Jack), on October 12. somewhere in France.
BECKETT.-Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
Private John - Beckett (Jack), dearly loved
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Szeldrake and
family of 229 Swanbourne-street, Frema-
Link -by link the chain is breaking. .
BRITTAIN.-- A tribute to the memory of our
dear friend WaL., who was killed in action,
somewhere in France, on Octoecr 12, 1917.
Ssudden: change, at God's command be fell;
had no time to bid his friends farewell
S snmmons came, without a warning given,
'at bade him.haste to meet his God in heaven.
-Inserted by his old friends Dick (on active
Ocrvie) and Non Bird, Bunbury.
BRUCE.-Killed in action, soiewhere in France,
on October 30 1917,'?rivate Roy Andrew,
deleay loved nesphewoof Mr. and Mrs.. J F.
Jamieson, 9 Trfalgar-road, East Perth;
loving cousin of GOldys Olive, Myrtle, Ivy,
Viotet. Deeply mourned.
DOWNES.--n loving memory of C. F. Dawnes,
of Shepparton, Victoria, and late of Phila
delphia, P.A.. IT,SA., who passed away at
the Gpo t Aviation Hospital, Isle of Wight.
, Until we know even' as we are known.
: -Inserted by his old friends, Mr. and Mrs. W
talme, COledonian-avenue, Maylands, :W.A.
GRAHAM.--Killed in action on October 12, 1917,
Private Frederick Graham. third loving son
of M~s. Graham, Preston Point-road Becton.
and loving brother of .Will and Charlie, of
SMelbourne; Olive, Bertha, Sydney, Doris,
Trene; aged 2 years. A good son and sin
aere friend. -elbourne papers please copy.
HALL.-l illed `in action in Franoe, on Sep.
* tmber 28, 1917, Ptivate George Hall only
George Hall, and brother of Mrs. L. Bond.
Gerge-treet, .North Flemaatle, Iant or
Wason; aged 29 years.
HARWOOD.-On October 12, in France, ilotor
Albert' second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
S arwomld 8 Hfameraley-road. Sabiaco,.
HOSKING,--A tribute to the memory of Ser
-Inserted by his sister-in-law and brother
in-law, J. E. and W.G. Marriott; Subiaco.
KENNEDY.-Killed in action, somewhere in
France. October 13. 1917, Private Francis
Martin nd Mlargaret Kemned y El?re-street,
Midland Junotion, and loved irother of Si
ter Seiblasstioca Mary Michael. Martin, and
. Msurioe.- Sired Heart of Jesus .have
- mercy on his soul.
Kennedy (Iate "3.R. Co.),. dearly loved mate
of Eddy and Tom Rich,_'
Sis country's call he answered,
The dcar old fl?g to save;
And now Lhe. lies in far-off France,
u And fls' a hero's grave.
SInserted by his sorrowing mates, Eddy and
, Tom Lich, -West' Midladld.
LODGE.--Klled in action - on October 12, Cor
poral Francis H.- Lodge- beloved only 'eon
of 'fMrs F. W. Ledge, ad grandson of -Mr.
.\ and Mrs. F. Miller, Hesale "Mouit, Pepper
S. mint Grove. . ./
McCORMACK.-Killed in sation on October 13:
S1917 Wiuiam MeCormack .(Curly), hBubsnd
of Ethel elcCormack,; of Perth.
-Inserted by his wfif.
McEWAN.-Kilecl in lotio in "race,' oan C
Smoier 120 1917 Jack beloved' eldest son' of
l?re.. ID. B. ?M.ean 7,:8 Outrasm4trebt. God
gave His brloyed ton. Mourn not for the
departed, bp&s eep for this sorriwinglivrin
In'. ranee our poor Jack lies. He fought
r England, the flag-t save. Supreme pe
riOre. - "
MELLOR.-Killer in ration, October , -in
Prance, - Priv.nt RNb;-t William, dearly
loved .on of Mrs. Mellor, ,Belmot,. father
of 'Florrie ani Bobby,. brother of: Riohard
, (returned), 10th Light Horse; -Wilfred (ai
tire service, 20th Battalion), Mrs. Smith, lad
B Harold
e left his bbme and .loved ones
And at the post of. duty
He gave his life, his ill.
SKINNER.-'In affeotionate, reinembrance of Pri
rate J. C. 'kinner (Jim),- killed" in action
on October 12 1917. His duty nobly done. A
glorioos ed -for a soldier's son.
-Inserted by 3M.W. and E.H., Victoria Park.
STEPHEN.-Killed in aetlon, in France, on
S otober 12, 1917,. Private- William- Walter
Stephen. beloved eldest son of Mr. and .Mrs.
Stephen; 'brother of Mr. G. Sharp. ]ro.
Ri; brolthl? of Bertha, Tom, Matty, Dolly,
and Edie: aged 12 years and 3 months.
STEPHEN.--In loving memory of .my dear
: brother Private William Walter Stephen
(Wally) whoj died on October .1, 1917.
No mother was there to soothe his brew,.
No sister to take him tbythe band
When death wos drawing nigh.
-Inserted by hiis loving brother knd sister,
l. ancd Georro Sharp.
TAYLOR.L-Killed in action in France, on Oe
tober id2, after two years and eight months'
active "ervesi, l'rivate J. R. Taylor, loved
seon of thIe latc George and Mrs. Taylor.
SlJaut of Dnnbury; brother of Fred., died of
wolds; Cliff on native service; aged 25
Syears. A good son and brother; one of
the vcry. ery- best.
*-Iscru son u m moaner, ootners ano
uiatetr, 23 Caiscbroolrmd, Fast Perth.
TAYLOR.--Killd in action, in France, on Oc
tnber 12. Private . it. Taylor.
There fe one link death cannot sever,
Ioad remembrance lasts. for ever,
-Inserted by his loving sister. Mrs. J. Mons,
TENNER.-Killed in a?tion, in France, Private
W. TVener, Devonshire Regiment, son of
toe late schoolmaster, H. Venner, Rifle Bri.
gade, and Mrs. Venner, Bristol England;
brother of Mirs. E. E. Baker, 2 Ballarat
street. West Perth: Nurse Rl. Veneer, Clare
mont; and Mr. H. Venner. Yew South
-Inserted by his loving sister, Mrs. E.
WALLACE.-Killed in action on Octobetr «, in
France, Ronald Daniel Wallace (l?te of the
Education Departmentl) youngest son of ,the
lte W. tcphrn Wallace and Sirs. E. M.
Wallace Itundijong; brother of Lance-Cor
pIral Wallace, Sanlsbury, and Frank Wal.
In.e, State School, Dwellingup; aged 25
WALLACE.--On October 27. killed in action,
Sergcant lonald Daniel Wallace. in his
36th year. A man shall be as an hiding
pace .from the wind.
-Inserted by R.W.
WEAR ,--Died of wounds on October 29, 1917
Corporal Aubrey C. Wear. dearly loved
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons Pearl and
Maisie. Rosser-street, Cottesloe.
WENN.-In loving memory of Private W. B.
(Crimmie) Wenn, killed in action at Octo-
' Wenn, Bunbury, and brother of Allan,
Vic, Brands, and Mrs. S. Waldock of 167
-Inserted by his loving mother, sisters and
brothers
WILSON.-Killed in action on October 12,
eotmew:ero in France. Private Alexander
Gilbert Wilson, Inved son of Nurse Wilson.
.Sadly missed and dceply mourned.
-Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in.
law. Mary and Anthony Bates, Fremantle.
GARDINER.-On Novemrer '. 1917, at Cran.
brook, Great Southern Ei?iwaay, Alfred
Charles, J.P. loving hustand of Mary and
beloved brother of Jack and Charles (Roc
lands). Harry (North-West), and Miss Gar
diner. Mrs. A. Brooks Perrin, Mrs. Charles
O'Neil and lrs. Harold W. Gibbs. Ayles
bury, unbaury.
GOODE.-On November 7. 1917. at Katanning,
of Yarloop: mother of John Thomas, Wil
years.. R.I.P.
-Inserted by her loving son, daughter-in-law,
and. grand-children.
GUILFOYLE.-Aeoidsntally drowned on Novem
her 1, Walter. tho dearly belved eldest eoa
of aJln aEl May On lfovie. 189 Lord.street.
Perth, aged 18 yesars an 10 months. Lored
PURDUE.-On November 11 at 39 Walton-road.
BIRTHS.
GRIFFIN.—On November 10, at their residence,
527 Beaufort-street, to Mr. and Mrs. W.
Griffin—a son.
LIDDELL.—On November 7, at Nurse Beaden's
Private Hospital, 10 Smith-street, to Mr.
and Mrs. W. Liddell, of Holyoake—a daugh-
ter.
BARRETT.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
Captain R. H. Barrett, Adelaide; nephew
BECKETT.—Killed in action, Private John
(Jack), on October 12, somewhere in France.
BECKETT.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
Private John Beckett (Jack), dearly loved
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldrake and
family, of 229 Swanbourne-street, Freman-
Link by link the chain is breaking.
BRITTAIN.—A tribute to the memory of our
dear friend Wal., who was killed in action,
somewhere in France, on October 12, 1917.
A sudden change, at God's command he fell;
He had no time to bid his friends farewell.
The summons came, without a warning given,
That bade him haste to meet his God in heaven.
—Inserted by his old friends Dick (on active
service) and Nen Bird, Bunbury.
BRUCE.—Killed in action, somewhere in France,
on October 30 1917, Private Roy Andrew,
dearly loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Jamieson, 79 Trafalgar-road, East Perth;
loving cousin of Gladys, Olive, Myrtle, Ivy,
Violet. Deeply mourned.
DOWNES.—In loving memory of C. F. Downes,
of Shepparton, Victoria, and late of Phila-
delphia, P.A., U.S.A., who passed away at
the Gosport Aviation Hospital, Isle of Wight,
Until we know even as we are known.
—Inserted by his old friends, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Hulme, Caledonian-avenue, Maylands, W.A.
GRAHAM.—Killed in action on October 12, 1917,
Private Frederick Graham, third loving son
of Mrs. Graham, Preston Point-road, Bicton,
and loving brother of Will and Charlie, of
Melbourne; Olive, Bertha, Sydney, Doris,
Irene; aged 22 years. A good son and sin-
cere friend. Melbourne papers please copy.
HALL.—Killed in action in France, on Sep-
tember 28, 1917, Private George Hall, only
George Hall, and brother of Mrs. L. Bond,
George-street, North Fremantle, late of
Waroona; aged 29 years.
HARWOOD.—On October 12, in France, Victor
Albert, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Harwood, 8 Hamersley-road, Subiaco.
HOSKING.—A tribute to the memory of Ser-
—Inserted by his sister-in-law and brother-
in-law, J. E. and W. G. Marriott, Subiaco.
KENNEDY.—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, October 13, 1917, Private Francis
Martin and Margaret Kennedy, Elvire-street,
Midland Junction, and loved brother of Sister
Scholastica, Mary, Michael, Martin, and
Maurice. Sacred Heart of Jesus have
mercy on his soul.
KENNEDY.—Killed in action, somewhere in
Kennedy (late M.R. Co), dearly loved mate
of Eddy and Tom Rich.
His country's call he answered,
The dear old flag to save;
And now he lies in far-off France,
And fills a hero's grave.
—Inserted by his sorrowing mates, Eddy and
Tom Rich, West Midland.
LODGE.—Killed in action on October 12,
Corporal Francis M. Lodge, beloved only son
of Mrs F. W. Lodge, and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Miller, Hessle Mount, Peppermint
Grove.
McCORMACK.—Killed in action on October 13,
1917, William McCormack (Curly), husband
of Ethel McCormack, of Perth.
—Inserted by his wife.
McEWAN.—Killed in action in France, on
October 12, 1917, Jack, beloved eldest son of
Mrs. L. B. McEwan, 78 Outram-street. God
gave His beloved Son. Mourn not for the
departed, but weep for the sorrowing living.
In France our poor Jack lies. He fought
for England, the flag to save. Supreme
sacrifice.
MELLOR.—Killed in action, October 9, in
France, Private Robert William, dearly
loved son of Mrs. Mellor, Belmont, father
of Florrie and Bobby, brother of Richard
(returned), 10th Light Horse, Wilfred (active
service, 28th Battalion), Mrs. Smith, and
Harold.
He left his home and loved ones
And at the post of duty
He gave his life, his all.
SKINNER.—In affectionate remembrance of
Private J. C. Skinner (Jim), killed in action
on October 12, 1917. His duty nobly done. A
glorious end for a soldier's son.
—Inserted by M.W. and E.H., Victoria Park.
STEPHEN.—Killed in action, in France, on
October 12, 1917, Private William Walter
Stephen, beloved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen; brother of Mrs. G. Sharp, Mrs
Roe; brother of Bertha, Tom, Matty, Dolly,
and Edie; aged 22 years and 3 months.
STEPHEN.—In loving memory of my dear
brother Private William Walter Stephen
(Wally) who died on October 12, 1917.
No mother was there to soothe his brow,
No sister to take him by the hand
When death was drawing nigh.
—Inserted by his loving brother and sister,
Lil. and George Sharp.
TAYLOR.—Killed in action in France, on Oc-
tober 12, after two years and eight months'
active service, Private J. R. Taylor, loved
son of the late George and Mrs. Taylor,
late of Bunbury; brother of Fred., died of
wounds; Cliff on active service; aged 25
years. A good son and brother; one of
the very, very best.
—Inserted by his loving mother, brothers and
sisters, 23 Claisebrook-road, East Perth.
TAYLOR.—Killed in action, in France, on Oc-
tober 12, Private J. R. Taylor.
There is one link death cannot sever,
Fond remembrance lasts for ever.
—Inserted by his loving sister, Mrs. J. Moss,
VENNER.—Killed in action, in France, Private
W. Venner, Devonshire Regiment, son of
the late schoolmaster, H. Venner, Rifle Bri-
gade, and Mrs. Venner, Bristol, England;
brother of Mrs. E. E. Baker, 2 Ballarat-
street, West Perth; Nurse R. Venner, Clare-
mont; and Mr. H. Venner, New South
—Inserted by his loving sister, Mrs. E. E.
WALLACE.—Killed in action on October 27, in
France, Ronald Daniel Wallace (late of the
Education Department) youngest son of the
late W. Stephen Wallace and Mrs. E. M.
Wallace, Mundijong; brother of Lance-Cor-
poral Wallace, Salisbury, and Frank Wal-
lace, State School, Dwellingup; aged 25
WALLACE.—On October 27, killed in action,
Sergeant Ronald Daniel Wallace, in his
26th year. A man shall be as an hiding
place from the wind.
—Inserted by R.W.
WEAR.—Died of wounds on October 29, 1917,
Corporal Aubrey C. Wear, dearly loved
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons, Pearl and
Maisie, Rosser-street, Cottesloe.
WENN.—In loving memory of Private W. H.
(Crimmie) Wenn, killed in action on Octo-
S. Wenn, Bunbury, and brother of Allan,
Vic., Brenda, and Mrs. S. Waldock, of 147
—Inserted by his loving mother, sisters and
brothers.
WILSON.—Killed in action, on October 12,
somewhere in France, Private Alexander
Gilbert Wilson, loved son of Nurse Wilson.
Sadly missed and deeply mourned.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-
law, Mary and Anthony Bates, Fremantle.
GARDINER.—On November 3, 1917, at Cran-
brook, Great Southern Railway, Alfred
Charles, J.P., loving husband of Mary and
beloved brother of Jack and Charlas (Roe-
lands), Harry (North-West), and Miss Gar-
diner, Mrs. A. Brooks Perrin, Mrs. Charles
O'Neil, and Mrs. Harold W. Gibbs, Aylesbury,
Bunbury.
GOODE.—On November 7, 1917, at Katanning,
of Yarloop; mother of John Thomas, Wil-
years. R.I.P.
—Inserted by her loving son, daughter-in-law,
and grand-children.
GUILFOYLE.—Accidentally drowned on November
11, Walter, the dearly beloved eldest son
of John and May Guilfoyle, 189 Lord-street,
Perth, aged 18 years and 10 months. Loved
PURDUE.—On November 11, at 39 Walton-road,
KILLED IN ACTION. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Friday 23 November 1917 [Issue No.1,665] page 34 2019-10-22 21:39 ROWE.-Signaller Reginald James Bowe, agec
20, on October 12, 1917, somewhere in Franoe
Deeply mourned by his loving parents. Mr.
and Mrs. E. Rowe. Copley-street Bayswater
Western Australia; brother, William Ed gai
(on active -ervioc) ; sisters. Gertrude Elsie
righteousness, he gave his life in a righteoui
canse.
VENNER.-Killed in action, in France. Private
W. Vcnner, Devonshire Regiment, son ol
the late schoolmaster, H. Vcnner, Rifle Bri-
gade, nnd Mrs. Tenner, Bristol England;
brother of Mrs. E. E. Baker, 2 Ballarat
Btreet. West Perth; Nurse R. Vcnner, Glare
-Inserted by his loving sister. Mrs. K. E,
WALLACE.-Killed in action on October 27, i
France, Ronald Daniel Wallace (late of tl
Education Department) youngest son of tl
late W. Stephen , Wallace and Mrs. E. il
Wallace Mundijong; brother of Lance-Coi
porn) Wallace, Salisbury, and Frank Wa
lace. State School. Dwellingup; aged S
vcar*.
WALLACE.-On October 27, killed In actioi
Sergeant Ronald Daniel Wallace, in hi
26th year. A man shall be as au hidin
Îlacc "from the wind,
nscrtod by R.W.
WATTS.-In loving memory of my mate, Ser-
geant Horton Watts, who passed awav No-
vember 10 1917, at No. H A.G. Hospital,
-Inserted by his mate, Gordon Pearse.
WEAR.-Died of wounds on October 29, 1917,
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons Pearl and
WENN.-In loving memory of Private W. H.
(Crimmie) Wenn, killed ia action «¡8. Ooto-
ber 18, 1917, somewhere in Franoe, aged
28 vrars, drarly beloved eldest son of Mrs.
S. "Wenn, Bunbury, and brother of Allan,
Vic, Brenda, and Mrs. S. Waldeck, of 147
Bulwer-streot, Perth; and Privates Clarence
and Dug ion active service).
ROWE.—Signaller Reginald James Rowe, aged
20, on October 12, 1917, somewhere in France.
Deeply mourned by his loving parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Rowe, Copley-street Bayswater,
Western Australia; brother, William Edgar
(on active service); sisters, Gertrude, Elsie,
righteousness, he gave his life in a righteous
cause.
VENNER.—Killed in action, in France, Private
W. Venner, Devonshire Regiment, son of
the late schoolmaster, H. Venner, Rifle Bri-
gade, and Mrs. Venner, Bristol, England;
brother of Mrs. E. E. Baker, 2 Ballarat-
street, West Perth; Nurse R. Venner, Clare-
—Inserted by his loving sister, Mrs. E. E.
WALLACE.—Killed in action on October 27, in
France, Ronald Daniel Wallace (late of the
Education Department) youngest son of the
late W. Stephen Wallace and Mrs. E. M.
Wallace, Mundijong; brother of Lance-Cor-
poral Wallace, Salisbury, and Frank Wallace,
State School, Dwellingup; aged 25
years.
WALLACE.—On October 27, killed in action,
Sergeant Ronald Daniel Wallace, in his
26th year. A man shall be as an hiding
place from the wind.
—Inserted by R.W.
WATTS.—In loving memory of my mate, Ser-
geant Horton Watts, who passed away No-
vember 10 1917, at No. 8 A.G. Hospital,
—Inserted by his mate, Gordon Pearse.
WEAR.—Died of wounds on October 29, 1917,
friend of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons, Pearl and
WENN.—In loving memory of Private W. H.
(Crimmie) Wenn, killed in action on Octo-
ber 18, 1917, somewhere in France, aged
28 years, dearly beloved eldest son of Mrs.
S. Wenn, Bunbury, and brother of Allan,
Vic., Brenda, and Mrs. S. Waldock, of 147
Bulwer-street, Perth; and Privates Clarence
and Dug (on active service).
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 12 November 1917 [Issue No.4,870] page 1 2019-10-22 21:07 ?IWI--On Novemtober .1917, at .ie Obsed.
tor os Perthal, ubi to Mr. and Mr lewis-
mont - a daughter.
RLETWIB1.-On November 9, at the Obser e
Story, Perth, to Mr. sad. ors. Curlewis-a
I TH, (anee Cochrane).-On - November 3uh at
Winsdermnere. 19 Walcott-street, - ?r
t Peh,~ to Mr. and?Kr. J.. P,' Firth-a
S dsugkhter. -
STRONACH. -On November 8, at Marsden, the
wife of D.J. Stronachm if Tammin-a son.
KILLED IN ACTION
BARRETT. -Killcd in action on October 12,
BELL. - A tribute to the memory of Private
Alfred J Bell (Cissie), late of Quorn. South
BOOR. -Solenmn High Requiem Mass will be
BREUER. -Killed in action in France on Oc-
H Bruer, and loved brother of Mrs. Col-
lison C Pearson and Mrs. F.A. Mouritz,
BRUCE. -Killed in action, .October 30, 1917,
somewherV is France, Roy Andrew, .dearly
loved secondl stn of -the late' Andrew Bruce
and ir..Bar-e Brue, of Kalgoorlie (late
, ook?ue), and brother of twill, . Jen
rnic .(on active, r ervice),' .era,.. John,
S Cisod, and Plorrie; aged 2r year. on
. oaicd ?Heart.of !esii.h? ve -mercy. on his soul.
'--Insertd by' his sorrowing. mother sister.,
Md brothers. .
BRUCE Killed in action October 30.1917 in
France, ,Roy Andrew, beloved, friend of Mrs.
Bawdin and daughters,: of 31. Stirling-street
Frremantle.
aILBEILT -1Ile d in lotion in $h noe, Corporal
:Albert Henry Gilbert beloed 'eldest son -of
hEmm Caroline ands Alfred .Gibert, and
brother of'.Emma n elie, Alice Lrsu-, and
Chirlve (on active' sove).. -
b .-TIELD-. Killed on a tion, october 1,.
s omewere in. F , Private W.- E. Hart
eld, huthand f/~nily and fanther of ' bab
Stanley. -har t treet, Queen's -Park (late
beloved ,of the late Jane Hookin 1
Tat."stret ,. West ..Leedervllle, I ?od." d.eaul
. .loved hrter-of Mrs. W. -Wallaee;Bulder;:
Mrs. J. Burbop of Merredin; and Harry
S ,HosklnAof' Cariirvon, .
Haer ved his life fo hias, ountry.
oew ets labourer'os task is o'er;.
,N.. ow the battle day is -past,
. ' Now usos .the .farther shore
lan er thei voyager at lst. . ...
Father; in Thy " gracionus keepinag,
):.OIrewer new, Th~ervaAt sleepingt . . ?.
Insorte4 by his loving sister and: brotherin.
.. 'i Anne?i i- and 'John Burhop" W?A.G.R' ler.
, '. '- iSTsNEr lo" :" ,p' ,emory of" Simnel,
beloved and b youngest. son f t-the late Peter
ad.' Mrs. Johnstone, of-.Wadsley' Cheshiar,
England.w kt head to Aotion fa Falidersr oo
S. serte -by his ,loving: botbherJ.'? -
JONES.—Died of wounds received somewhere in France on October, 19, 1917, Private Paul
Jones, son of Mrs. and Sapper J J. Jones.
Cyril (in camp), Jack, Doris Gladys, aged
JONES:—in sad and loving memory of our
Inserted by his loving cousins, Jack, Florrie, Vivieane, Rosamund Crawley.
JONES.—In loving memory of my dear cou
sin, Private Paul Jones who died of
—Inserted by his loving cousins, Owen Var
SnAR'HUIUl-..--Kiled in action in- Fran on
Ootober 15, 1917. Private Arthur..-J. HeAr.
Bleep on, beloved sleep, ad take thy rest,
s down thy head upon thyfaviior's breass.
We love thee well, but Jesus love. thee best..
-- Goo.d-niht. ood-night'.
--Inserted br his ysororwing father, imother,
-dsiters, and brothers. " Tfctorit. papers please
- K r. -'ll iinled in action, inPae. on, Ostober
16,.-Corporal Horace Hunt, of Viotois, be
lored brother of Charles Arthur Mont and
MOW?--igntller r~innld Jams. Rowe, aged
.20;ou qctoler I?,.1917.. comewhere in Fr?nce.
eepyI mournel b, his loving parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E: Rowe, Copley-street. Baya<watsr,
Western Australia; brother, Wiilian Edgar
(on active rrine),; sisters, Gertrude Elsie,
and Florrie, and brother- Freddie. Loving
righteousness, he gave his life in a righteo'?
IINNER,.-Killed in action, on Ontobbr 12,
somewhere in France Private J. C. Skinner
(Jim), sincere chum' and 'friend of Mr.,
For how can an die better
Than faing fearful odds,
li. ghting for the country of his fathom,e
THOMPSON-Killed in action, October 12.
Jessie; aged 21 years. ,
THOMPSON.-A tribute to the memory of
-Inserted - by Rene. Wagin and Toodyay
WATT&--In loving memory of my mate, Ser
geant Horton Watts, who psassed away No
rember 10 1917, at No.- 5 A.G. Hospltal,
-Inserted by his mate, Gordon Pearse.
DEATBS.
DAVIES.--On November 6, at College.etreet
'Port Adelaide, Catherine, the dearly be.
hAIDWICK.-On November 1l, at 37 Mount..
TRW0OOD.-On November 11, 1917, at Mil.
tary Auxiliary HEospital, Mount's Bay.road,
Horse), eldest son of 3Ir. and Mrs. O. Kyr
of Vera solet, Frank, Freddie, and Ivy.
A patient sufferer, at rest. Kalgoorlie
papers please oepy.
mTRWOOD.-In loving memory of my dearly
lovead oy, who passed beyond on November
11. 1917, at the Military Hopital, Menzies.
Mont's Bay-rood. Only good-night, be.
loved-not fareweUll.
-Inserted by his loving. facee, uaiee
(obs) Selkirk.
IN MEMORIAM. *
SAPLI.Y.-In. sad but loving memory of my
dear husband, Sergeant Alfred W. H. Bap.
-Inserted by his loving wife, Earle F. Inp
BAILET.-In loving memory of my J ar hus
BAKE-R-In loving memory of onr darling be
IN` MEMORIAM;
CNAPYxN.-In feed' and lovi?g memory of
Maonveuber 15,'1900.
DAdVIE&-In loving memory of' our deer on
andbrother, Henr:Peroy (Teader)', who died
on November 11, i915 aged 20 years.
239 Mandursh-rond, South Fremantle.
ERR.:-rn loving memoy f my dear father;
Kenwurthy, and family.
PRIDMIOIE.'In sad and loving memory cf our
also William Goorge, who departed thislife
sisters; Doris,.:Edna,- Amy,- Carrxe.ad :Elsie;
,also loving uncle, and 'aunat, H. and E. King
and little edusins, Horace and Elsie Jsrra
dasle. . .
'OP?RO T,-TS-I. loving. memory, of John-.Archi
ald'i Roberts, w1o.depared. this.'life '?o
90 Tuckfleld-street, -Fremaptle. Though lost
Ingliston. 90 .Teekfeld-street, E?st Fre
'-Inserted by A. L. -nd_ A. [oberts.
SCHB'WAl(.-At 'Kalgoorlie, '-on'. November. 11
1913, Isaac Josep, dearly beloved ausiano
of Mry. Sehwai, : and loving father".; of
Alberf, Mesdamee e. and J.,llune, lissome.
SCHWA.E.-In loving..memory of isae Jos,,
-Iserted : by his loving brother-in-law," C.
Jest [and .family, Mylands.
Mr. H. E. Pearson and Miss A. I Parker of
Rev Garfield. Kyrwod, returned .soldier,
10tr Light Morse, and dearly, beloved son of
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J. J. Kyrwood, of 110;
Tower-street, Leederville, are respectuuiya
of interment, the Salvation Army porton
of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The funeral
is appointed to leave the resideroe of his
parents, 107 Tower-street, Leederriille .at
246 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTEROO0.%,
er road. Friends wishing to attend tbhe
uneral may proceed by the 3.13 pn.m tran
0. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, i
Newcastle-street. Perth. Tel. ai1i.
RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAJbFOE.
ASSOClATION OF WESTERN AUS-
KYRWOOD.—Members of the abolve Ame?a -
of Garfield Kyrwod, late 10th .Lght
"Horse. The Funeral is appointed to
leave the' residence of. his parents, .1
·ro-.,e,,.+ T..,,o.ilt. . )1' C £0ori~
THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per rose.
Members wishing to. attend the Funeral are
rquested to' proceed by the 3.15 p.m. train
O: TAYILOt, GeneraL Secretary
RICHARDSON.-The Friends of Mr. Mark.
Mr. Rlchardson's residence, Claytonstreet,
SILVER.-The 'Friends of Trooper Thomas Sil
SMITH.—The Fiiends, of the late Mr. William
Smith, cycle agent. late of St. Kilds-road,
of Coogardie, are respectfully.invited to fo!
low his remains to the place. of interment,.
the- Presbyterian portion of the Karrakatta
Chipper and Son, 814' Ha?street, Perth, at
2 o'elook THIS (Monday) .AFTERNOON.
Friends wishing to'attend'the 'Funeral may
prooeed 'by. the 2.30 o:clock train from
Directors, 84 HMay-street, Perth. Tel.
MILITARY FUNERAL.
WATTS.-The Friends of the late Sergeant Her
ton Watts returned soldier, late of the 11th
GlAS. TAYLOR,
Q?aaeStaL .h
BIRTHS.

CAPORN.—On October 26, 1917, at King
mont—a daughter.
CURLEWIS.—On November 9, at the Observatory,
Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. Curlewis—a son.
FIRTH (nee Cochrane).—On November 3, at
Windermere, 129 Walcott-street, North
Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Firth—a
daughter.
STRONACH.—On November 8, at Marsden, the
wife of D. J. Stronach, of Tammin—a son.
KILLED IN ACTION.
BARRETT.—Killed in action on October 12,
Private Roy Leslie Barrett, the much-loved
BELL.—A tribute to the memory of Private
Alfred J. Bell (Cissie), late of Quorn, South
1917.
—Inserted by his Youanme friends.
BOOR.—Solemn High Requiem Mass will be
BREUER.—Killed in action in France on Oc-
H. Breuer, and loved brother of Mrs. Col-
lison C. Pearson and Mrs. F. A. Mouritz,
BRUCE.—Killed in action, October 30, 1917,
somewhere in France, Roy Andrew, dearly
loved second son of the late Andrew Bruce
and Mrs. Sarah Bruce, of Kalgoorlie (late
Kookynie), and brother of Will, Jean,
Ernie (on active service), Vera, John,
Claude, and Florrie; aged 23 years.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul.
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother, sisters,
and brothers.
BRUCE.—Killed in action October 30, 1917, in
France, Roy Andrew, beloved friend of Mrs.
Bawdin and daughters, of 51 Stirling-street,
Fremantle.
GILBERT.—Killed in action in France, Corporal
Albert Henry Gilbert, beloved eldest son of
Emma Caroline and Alfred Gilbert, and
brother of Emma, Nellie, Alice, Laura, and
Charlie (on active service).
HARTFIELD.—Killed in action, October 12,
somewhere in France, Private W. E. Hart-
field, husband of Emily and father of baby
Stanley, Wharf-street, Queen's Park (late
HOSKING.—Killed in action, somewhere in
France, Sergeant Leslie Francis Hosking,
beloved son of the late Jane Hosking of
Tate-street, West Leederville, and dearly
loved brother of Mrs. W. Wallace, Boulder;
Mrs. J. H. Burhop of Merredin; and Harry
Hosking, of Carnarvon.
He gave his life for his country.
Now the labourer's task is o'er,
Now the battle day is past,
Now upon the farther shore
Lands the voyager at last.
Father, in Thy gracious keeping,
Leave we now Thy servant sleeping.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-
law, Annie and John Burhop, W.A.G.R., Merredin.
JOHNSTONE.—In loving memory of Samuel,
beloved and youngest son of the late Peter
and Mrs. Johnstone, of Wadsley, Cheshire,
England, killed in action in Flanders on
August 30, 1917.
—Inserted by his loving brother, Jim, Lord-
street.
France on October 19, 1917, Private Paul
Jones, son of Mrs. and Sapper J. J. Jones
Cyril (in camp), Jack, Doris, Gladys, aged
JONES.—In sad and loving memory of our
—Inserted by his loving cousins, Jack, Florrie,
Vivienne, Rosamund Crawley.
JONES.—In loving memory of my dear cou-
sin, Private Paul Jones, who died of
McARTHUR.—Killed in action in France on
October 15, 1917, Private Arthur J. McArthur.
Sleep on, beloved sleep, and take thy rest,
Lay down thy head upon thy Savior's breast.
We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee best.
Good-night. Good-night.
—Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother,
sisters, and brothers. Victorian papers please
MUNT.—Killed in action, in France, on October
16, Corporal Horace Munt, of Victoria,
beloved brother of Charles Arthur Munt and
ROWE.—Signaller Reginald James Rowe, aged
20, on October 12, 1917, somewhere in France.
Deeply mourned by his loving parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Rowe, Copley-street Bayswater,
Western Australia; brother, William Edgar
(on active service); sisters, Gertrude, Elsie,
and Florrie, and brother Freddie. Loving
righteousness, he gave his life in a righteous
SKINNER.—Killed in action, on October 12,
somewhere in France, Private J. C. Skinner
(Jim), sincere chum and friend of Mr.,
For how can man die better
Than facing fearful odds,
Fighting for the country of his fathers,
THOMPSON.—Killed in action, October 12,
Jessie; aged 21 years.
THOMPSON.—A tribute to the memory of
—Inserted by Rene. Wagin and Toodyay
WATTS.—In loving memory of my mate, Ser-
geant Horton Watts, who passed away No-
vember 10 1917, at No. 8 A.G. Hospital,
—Inserted by his mate, Gordon Pearse.
DEATHS.
DAVIES.—On November 6, at College-street,
Port Adelaide, Catherine, the dearly beloved
HARDWICK.—On November 11, at 37 Mount-
KYRWOOD.—On November 11, 1917, at
Military Auxiliary Hospital, Mount's Bay-road,
Horse), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Kyr-
of Vera, Violet, Frank, Freddie, and Ivy.
A patient sufferer at rest. Kalgoorlie
papers please copy.
KYRWOOD.—In loving memory of my dearly-
loved Roy, who passed beyond on November
11, 1917, at the Military Hospital, Menzies,
Mount's Bay-road. Only good-night
beloved—not farewell.
—Inserted by his loving fiancee, Eunice
(Babe) Selkirk.
IN MEMORIAM.
RAPLEY.-In sad but loving memory of my
dear husband, Sergeant Alfred W. H. Rapley,
-Inserted by his loving wife, Earle F. Rapley.
BAILEY.-In loving memory of my J ar hus
BAKER.-In loving memory of onr darling be
IN MEMORIAM.
CHAPMAN.-In feed' and lovi?g memory of
Maonveuber 12, 1906.
DAVIES.-In loving memory of' our deer on
and brother, Henry Percy (Teader), who died
on November 11, 1915 aged 20 years.
239 Mandurah-road, South Fremantle.
KERR.:-rn loving memoy f my dear father;
Kenworthy, and family.
PRIDMORE.-In sad and loving memory cf our
also William George, who departed this life
sisters, Doris, Edna, Amy, Carrie, and Elsie;
also loving uncle and aunt, H. and E. King,
and little cousins, Horace and Elsie, Jarrah-
ROBERTS.-In loving. memory, of John
Archibald Roberts, w1o.depared. this.'life '?o
90 Tuckfield-street, Fremantle. Though lost
Ingliston, 90 Tuckfield-street, Fremantle
-Inserted by A. L. and A. Roberts.
SCHWARZ.-At 'Kalgoorlie, '-on'. November. 11
1913, Isaac Joseph, dearly beloved ausiano
of Mary Schwarz, and loving father of
Albert, Mesdames P. and J. Clune, Broomehill.
SCHWARZ.-In loving memory of Isaac Joseph,
-Inserted by his loving brother-in-law, C.
Jost and family, Maylands.
Mr. H. E. Pearson and Miss A. I. Parker of
Roy Garfield Kyrwood, returned soldier,
10th Light Horse, and dearly beloved son of
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J. J. Kyrwood, of 107
Tower-street, Leederville, are respectfully
of interment, the Salvation Army portion
of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral
is appointed to leave the residence of his
parents, 107 Tower-street, Leederville, at
2.45 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON,
per road. Friends wishing to attend the
Funeral may proceed by the 3.15 p.m. train
C. H. SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281
Newcastle-street, Perth. Tel. A1231.
A.I.F. RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS'
ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN AUS-
KYRWOOD.—Members of the above Associa-
Roy Garfield Kyrwood, late 10th Light
Horse. The Funeral is appointed to
leave the residence of his parents, 107
Tower-street, Leederville, at 2.45 o'clock
THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, per road.
Members wishing to attend the Funeral are
requested to proceed by the 3.15 p.m. train
C. TAYLOR, General Secretary.
RICHARDSON.-The Friends of Mr. Mark
Mr. Richardson's residence, Clayton-street,
SMITH.—The Friends of the late Mr. William
Smith, cycle agent, late of St. Kilda-road,
of Coolgardie, are respectfully invited to fol-
low his remains to the place of interment,
the Presbyterian portion of the Karrakatta
Chipper and Son, 844 Hay-street, Perth, at
2 o'clook THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON.
Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may
proceed by the 2.30 o'clock train from
Directors, 844 Hay-street, Perth. Tel. A3232.
A MILITARY FUNERAL.
Horton Watts returned soldier, late of the 11th
CHAS. TAYLOR,
General Secretary.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 16 December 1920 [Issue No.1,825] page 19 2019-10-21 15:42 ?BROUN. - On December 4, at their residence,
Beverley, to Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Broun
- a son.
Salisbury-street, Subiaco, to Mr. and Mrs. E.?
BROUN.—On December 4, at their residence,
Beverley, to Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Broun—a
son.
Salisbury-street, Subiaco, to Mr. and Mrs. R.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 11 December 1920 [Issue No.5,822] page 1 2019-10-21 15:30 Salisbury-street, Subiaco, to Mr. and Mrs. R.?
Salisbury-street, Subiaco, to Mr. and Mrs. R.

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