FYI the notices you mention
The Western Mail, Thursday 8 May 1924
GOLDEN.-On May 3, at her residence, 27 Sutherland-street, West Perth, May Janet, relict of the late W. H. Golden, and loving mother of Christina Stubberfield, Sarah Maa Louey (Tasmania), the late Esther Woods, Janet Williams, Jim, and Jack. Aged 72 years.
God's will be done.
The Daily News, Thursday 8 May 1924
FUNERAL OF AN OLD COLONIST.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Janet Golden, relict of the late William H. Golden, late of 37 Sutherland-street, West Perth, took place on Monday afternoon, the 5th inst. Deceased was born in Delhi, India, in 1851, and had been resident of this State for the past 63 years. The cortege moved from her late residence and proceeded to the Anglican portion or the Karrakatta Cemetery, where, in the presence of a very large gathering, the remains were interred. The chief mourners were Messrs. J. W. and J. T. Golden (sons), Mrs. C. Stubberfield, Mrs. W. Maa Louey (Tasmania), and Mr. J. M. Williams (daughters), W. Woods, R. Stubberfield and N. Williams (sons-in-law), Violet, Frances and Lily Stubberfleld, Rita and Jean Woods, and Jasper Williams (grand-children). There were also present Mrs. and Miss Fraser, Mrs. Power, Nurse Knight, Miss Tarnar, Mrs. Areus, Mrs. Darch, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. J. Meadowcoft, Mrs. Kingsbuy, Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Wallis, Mr. Robinson, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Woodward, and a large number of others. Wreaths and floral tributes and messages of sympathy were received bv the bereaved family. The Rev. Canon W, F. Marshall officiated at the graveside, and the funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Donald J. Chipper and Son.
Your grandmother is listed above (as Jean).
Walter Maa Louey had a brother named George. It appears that they were Chinese. Were they sons (or grandsons) of Louis Wah Louey who died in Perth in 1915? He started out in Victoria according to his obituary, and there are Mar/Ma Louey's in Victoria in the early days. Might be worth a look.
Was Charles another brother of Walter?
Examiner, Monday 20 July 1953
MAA LOUEY.-On July 19, at thc Launceston General Hospital, Violet May, dearly loved wife of Charles Maa Louey of Weldborough, and loved sister of Jessie, (Mrs. Duffy), Eva (Mrs. Mcintyre, Melbourne), William and George (Gould's Country), Ada and Ernest Chintock (Weldborough) and loving aunt of Ada, Edna, Bing, Janet and Barbara. In her 64th year. Funeral private leaving the funeral parlours on Tuesday at 11 o'clock. Armitage and Armitage. A.F.D.A. 116 St. John St.
Chas' burial at Launceston (with wife and baby son):
Given Names: CHARLES
Surname: MAA LOUEY
Date of Death: Unknown
Date of Service: 26/9/1959
Area: Monumental Cemetery