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B A SH A LL.— On March 7, 1931, at Burbage, Marl
borough, to A gnes (nee Harden),.wife of C. T. Bashall—
B O T T IN G .— On Feb. 28, 1931, at King George V.
Hospital, Floriana, Malta, to G race (nee McNally), wife
of Captain E. L. B otting, Royal Engineers—a son.
B R A D B R O O K E .— On March 7, 1931, at 40, East
St. Helen’s, Abingdon, to Sylvia (nee Chapman) and
H ugh B radbrqoke—a daughter.
B R O C K L E S B Y .— On March 7, 1931, at 38, Lambert -
road, Grimsby, to K atherine, wife of D avid L ayton
B rocklesby—a daughter.
B U L L .— On March 8. 3931, to M argaret (nee
Holden), wife of L aweance B ull, of 10, King Edward-
road, Rochester— a daughter.
D O W N E R .— On .March 9. 1931,‘ at 9. College-hi 1 1 .
Shrewsbury, to E ileen [n6e Craig), wife of D r. R eg in ald
L. E. D ow n er- —a son.
D U N N E .— On March 9, 1931, at. 21, South-street.
'W.l, to Margaret An n, wife of P h ilip R. 11. D unne,
lioyaj Horse Guards—a daughter.
G U IN N E S S .— On March 10, 1931. in London, to
Mr. and the H onble. Mrs. L oel G ujnness— a sou.
G U L L IC K .— On March 7, 1931. at a nursing home,
Westgate-on-Sea, to K athleen, wife of T. E. G ulliuk,
of Turret Court— a son.
L A U R IE .— On March 8. 1931, at Fort George,
Inverness-shire, the* wife of Ma jo r J. E. L a u rie, The
Seaforfch Highlanders—a sou.
M A SO N .— On March 9, 1931, at The Cedars, Sand
hurst, Berks,-to J oyce, wife of Captain R andle Mason—
M O W L L .— On March 9, 1931, in a nursing home,
to Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Mow ll, of Clapham Park, London
— the gift of a daughter.
W H IT A K E R .— On March 4, 1931, at a nursing
home, to D orothy and Alfred W h itaker, of Prestwick
Place, Gerrards Cross— a son.
H A N N A M : C IIA R L E S W O R T H .— On March 7,
3931, at St. Aldelda’s Church. Giggleswiok, Y'orks, by
the Rev. H. K. Marsden, assisted by the Rev. T. B.
Brocklehurst. Vicar of Giggleswiek. Jo h n P k b c iv a l
H an k am, youngest son of Sir. and Mrs. William S.
.Hannam of Moor House, Buriey-in-Wharfedale, to
B e tty , elder daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. G. lv.
C h a rle s w o rtu , of Windyridge, Settle.
H IG H F IE L D - JO N E S : R E E D .— On March 10,1931,
tif Tettenhail Collegiate Church, by the Rev. W. Goode,
< .F., assisted by the Rev. R. A. Giles, C.F., M ajor P. H.
H ig h filld-Jones, M.C., 0th Bn.. The South Staffordshire
Regiment, T.A., son of Mr. and Mrs. B Hightield-Jones,
of Harlech. Merioneth, to M u riel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. R eed, of Newbridge-crescent, Wolver
K E R R : D A V Y .— On March 4, 1931, at the Garrison
Church of S. Mary of Bethany. Quetta, by the Rev.
.R, C. S. Devenish, B.A., Senior Chaplain, J ohn M in d e n
K e r r , Royal Artillery, elder son of Sir John Jverr,
K.C.S.I.. K.C.7.E., and Lady Kerr, of Fairstead, Ger-
rards Cross. Bucks, to J oan P h il ip p a, only daughter
of Lieu t en a n t?Colon el P. C. T. D a w . C.M.G., Royal
Army Medical Corps, and Mrs. Davy, 106, Pretoria-road,
Quetta. (By cable.) '
L A N E .—On March 9, 1931, at 40, Castlebar-road,
Ealing, R osa, daughter of the late J ames L ane, of
Greenford. aged 92. Funeral service at Christ Church,
Ealiner, to-morrow (Thursday), 12 noon. Interment at
L E IG H .— On March 9, 1931, suddenly, Thomas
Allen, the beloved husband of A nne L e ig h, of Apple-
garth, 65, Beresford-road, Birkenhead, in his 80th year.
Service at Christ Church, Claughton, ou Friday next,
at 11. Interment at Harpurhey Cemetery, Roehdale-
road, Harpurhey, near Manchester, at 2. American
and Canadian papers, please copy.
LUCAS.— On March 9, 1931, at Iona. Orchard-road,
Eastbourne, W il f r id Georoe, twin son of the late
B ernard L ucas, D.L., of Hasland Hail* Chesterfield,
Derbyshire, aged 64. Funeral Haslaud Church, to
morrow (Thursday), 12 noon.
LY N C H .— On March 9, 1931, at Glascoed, Wrexham,
J oseph Athanasius L ynch, son of the late John Lynch,
of Glascoed. R.I.P.
M cM A ST E R .— On March 8, 1931, at 8, Hillmorton-
road, Rugby. N ett a Stewart, the beloved wife of
A. C. McM aster, F.R.C.S.Ed. Service at Parish Church,
Rugby, to-morrow (Thursday), at 1.45 p.m. No ffowers.
M IC H E L L .— On March 9, 1931, at 22, Lansdowue-
crescent, London, R oland L. N. Mic h ell, C.M.G., in his
85th year. Funeral, private.
M IN E T .— On March 9, 1931, suddenly, afc 48,
Gloucester-square, Hyde Park, W.2, Ma r y, wife of
W illiam Minet and daughter of the late Joseph
Rayner, in her 76th year. No flowers. Cremation at
Golders Green to-morrow (Thursday), 3 p.m.
M O R R E S .— On March 2, 1931, at Los Angeles,
California, Michael R obert Morres, eldest son of the
late Rev. Robert Elliot Morres, agfed 65 years.
P E A R C E .— On March 9, 1931, at No. 77, Lee-road,
Blackheath, S.E.3, J anet J ane P earce, widow of
Alfred Pearce, M.I.C.E., aged 65 years. Funeral service
at Christ Church, Lee Park, to-morrow (Thursday),
P E R M A N .— On March 9, 1931, at 162, W’estbourne-
grove, W .ll, Mary P ersian, widow of Sydney Henry
Perman, late of Salisbury, in her Seth year.
P O O L E .— On March 9, 1931, at St. John’s House,
Oxford, E lizabeth JL ane, elder daughter of A ustin
L ane and Vera E llen Poole, aged 7. Funeral service
in St. Johu’s College Chapel, to-morrow (Thursday), at
P O R T E R .— On March 9, 1931, at Westminster Bank
| House. Ted ding ton. L o u isa, widow of G eo rg e P o r t e r,
late of Holly Lodge, Kingston-on-Thames, aged 87.
R O B B IN S .— On March 10, 1931, at 32, FitzGeorge-
a venue, W .l 4, Sm Alfred F arthing R obbins, dearly
loved husband of Ellen Robbins, in his 75tli year.
R O G E R S O N .—On March 8, 1931. at “ Denton,”
The Avenue, Lewes, A rthur W illia m , beloved husband
of E lizabeth R ogerson, aged 72. Funeral a,t St.
John's sub-Castro, Lewes, to-morrow (Thursday), at
2.30 (not 2.45 p.m., as previously arranged).
R O SS.— On March 8, 1931, in Loiidbu, M a ry, wife of
J ohn R oss, of Amatnatua, Ardgay, Ross-shire, after
many years of faithful and devoted service in the family
of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Gen era.
R U L E .— On March 9,1931. at Nunton. near Salisbury.
F rances M ary R ule, of Treverbyn, Warminster, aged
95. Funeral at St. John the Evangelist, Warminster, on
Friday, March 13, at 3 o’clock. No flowers, by request.
SCOT T .— On March 8, 1931, at Blackheath, Maude
Scott, of St. Paticras People’s Theatre, aged 50. Crema
tion at 1 p.m.. to-morrow (Thursday), at Golders Green.
Memorial service at St. Paneras Church at 6.30 p.m.,
on Monday, March 16.
SE W E LL.— On March 8, 1931. Ma rio n, widow of
H en ry S ew ell, of 5, Heatlifield-park, N. W.2. Cremation
Golders Green, to-morrow (Thursday), 11.30 a.m.
S M IT H .— On March 9, 1931, at 1 .T , Maida Vale-
mansions, W.9, Cuaklotte Elizabeth Smith, in her
S T A M IA M .— On March 10. 1931, at “ Heatlierley,”
Copthorne, Crawley, G eorge Gordon Stanham. C.C.,
aged 74. Funeral at Copthorne, Friday, at 3.30 p.m.
Train leaves Victoria for Horley at 1.55 p.m. Friends
please accept this, the only intimation.
T O W N E N I).— On March 7, 1931, at Sydney, N.S.W.,
Ethel Mary, wife, of G. W. To w n en d. and elder
daughter of the late Dr. F. E. Streeten, of Swindon, Wilts.
VALE O W E N .—On March 8, 1931, at Lincoln Lea,
Tubbenden-lane, Farnborough, Kent, the Rev. G. V ale
Owen. Funeral to-morrow (Thursday), 12, at West
W ET H E Y .— On March 6, 1931, at Bourton-on-the-
Water, D orothy B lanche Moore, wife of Com. E. H .
W etu ey, R.N., O.B.E.
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EGENT’S PARK PROTECTION COMMITTEE —
A MEETING will be held at the Portman Rooms.
Baker-street (Dorset-street entrance) TO-MORROW
(llVrtrsday), at 5 o’clock, for the purpose of consider
ing:— 1. THE PROPOSED ERECTION OF W INTER
GARDENS IN REGENT S PARK. 2. THE FUTURE
OF THE GARDENS OF THE ROYAL BOTANIC
SOCIETY. 3. THE MOTOR NUISANCE IN THE
OUTER CIRCLE. 4. THE EXCLUSION OF THE
PUBLIC FROM VARIOUS PORTIONS OF THE
PARK. All interested in the preservation of the natural
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P.R.C.S.. 1. Park-crescent. W., Hon. Treasurer. Edward
Rew, 23. Chester-terrace. N .W .l. Hon Secretary.
^ A GARDEN IS A BATTLEFIELD, a gladiatorial
x"Xarena, a place ringing with groans and curses and
strong, silent gruntings, a gymnasium of endurance, a
cemetery of hopes ”—so says a modern and discerning
writer. Now if this can be said, as it can, with truth
and aptness, with reference to a garden, wlcat could not
be said, with force and freshness, as to the work done
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ECCLES.— In memory of my beloved husband, II.
N O R W A Y H E A T O N .— On March 7 1931 at ' NrsBET E ccles, Temp. Capt., R.A.M.C., who died on
. c.r, March 11, 1923, from illness due to War servicc.
Bromley Parish Church, Nk.vil Shuti:, sole surviving i
son of ]V Ir. and Mrs. A. H am ilton N orw ay, Le Clos du
Ruisseaux, Territet, to Du. Frances M ary, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B ernard H eaton, 8, Pine-
wood-road, Bromley, Kent.
R O B E R T S O N : R E E S .— On March 10, 1931. at Holv
'J'rinity, Brompton, A lexan der Cockburn R obertson
to Am y D orothy R ees.
S M E L L IE : ST EPH EN S.— On March 7, 1931. at
the Parish Church, Gorleston, by the Rev. Philip II.
R O SS.—In love and honour to the dear memory of
W illiam M ln ro R oss. Lieut. 2nd Batt. The Gordon
Highlanders, who was killed in action in the attack on
Neuvc Chapelle, March 11, 1915.
F R E E M A N .—In loving memory of our dear Mother,
Alic e H elen J ane F r eem a n,,who died March 11, 1926.
P E T T IT T .—In loving memory of E d w a r d P ettitt,
of The Corner House, East Sheen, and the Stock
memory cf my dear
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rP H E HOSPITAL for SICK GHILDREN, Great
X Ormond-street, London. W.C. 1.— H.R.H. the Prince
of Wales writes :— “ The wonderful work which this
Hospital has done for seventy-eight years is universally
recognized, but. if it is to continue, the Buildings must
be reconstructed throughout in accordance with modern
requirements. Therefore, as President of the Hospital,
I. gladly commend this Appeal to the British Public, con
fident that the cause of our suffering children will meet
with ready and generous response.”—Donations to the
Reconstruction Fund are urgently needed, and will be
giadly received by the Right Honourable Lord Macmillan
at the Hospital.
H E Headmaster of a first-class PREPARATORY’
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at Cook’s Head Office, Bcrkelev street, W .l, To-d;
(Wednesday). Inquiries are invited
PPORTUNITY, owners often ' away.- HOSi
OFFERED two business men oi women near Sloan
square.— Write Box 6466, The Times, 42, Wigmoi
street. W .l.
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