N° 32 467
LONDON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1888
O n the 14th inst., at The College, Inverness, the
wife of C.W. BOURNE, M.A., of a son.
O n Wednesday, 15th Aug., at Walsington, Torre
Park, Torquay, wife of RUPERT PELLY, Esq. of
Adelaide, S. Australia, of a son.
O n the 16th inst., at Ampfield House, Shooter’s-hill
Road, the wife of R. COOPER WILLIS, Q.C., of
O n the 15th Aug., at St. Jude’s, Dulwich Road, by
the Rev. R.R. Ransford, assisted by the Rev. F.J.
Lansdale, FREDERICK HENRY COX, of Highclere,
Leigham-valley Road, Streatham, to FANNY MARIA
(TOTTY), eldest daughter of the late W.E. MILLER,
23, Dulwich Road. Colonial papers, please copy.
O n the 14th inst., at 175, Adelaide Road, South
Hampstead, CATHERINE KING, widow of
WILLIAM WELLINGTON COOPER, in her 73rd year.
O n the 15th Aug., 1888, at 98, Priory Road, West
Norwood, ROBERT ARTHUR FARQUHAR
YEO, second son of Thomas and Helen Margaret Yeo,
in his fifth year.
O n the 17th August, 1886, fell asleep, after rapid
consumption, at Bournemouth, MARGARET
LOUISA (GRETCHEN), the dearly beloved and only
daughter of Mrs. MONA LOUISA HANNAH, and
granddaughter of the late William Brook, of Gledholt,
Esquire, J.P. for the county of York. Greatly mourned.
(In most loving memory — A.E.L.)
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P ARKES KNOTT — You promised on your
honour to communicate in August. Why find me
out to torture me thus? Trusting you, as you asked,
I have made engagements I cannot fulfil. Mind and
body, I am seriously ill. So I deserve all this from you?
Anyhow, tell me the worst. Suspense is torture, and
not like you.
M ETRO GIBBONS — Your MOTHER is ILL.
Written to Carlton twice.— J.G.
A MATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. —
The AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP