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(To guard against Imposition, Birth, Marriage,  

Death, and In Memoriam Notices must be authenticated by some reputable person to     ensure their insertion. To guard against error,   write all names clearly in block letters.]  

Birth, Marriage, Death, Bereavement, In Memo-  

riam, and Funeral Notices up to 6 lines, 3/;

extra lines at 6d.

BIRTHS.

ARMSTRONG (nee Jessie Walters).—On the   2nd March, at the bush nursing hospital, to  

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Armstrong. Montrose. Euroa

—a son (Malcolm James).

BOURCHIER (nee Rene Rolls).—On the 4th   March, at Araluen private hospital, Numur-

kah, to Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Bourchier, of Finley, N.S.W.—a son (Ian Henry).

CHARLES.—On the 26th February, at Sister   Beckford's private hospital, Mitcham, to Mr.   and Mrs. A. C. Charles—a son (Arthur

Cleghorn).

CLOTA (nee Forbes).—On the 7th March, at     private hospital, Ringwood, to Mr. and Mrs. F.

Clota—a son.

DENISON (nee Vera Mary Culph)—On the   7th March, at Madeleine private hospital, Park- ville, to Mr, and Mrs, E, Denison—a son

(Eugene Robert).

FEREDAY.—On the 24th February, at Hope-  

toun private hospital, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Fereday, 7 Dunbar avenue, Caulfield—

a daughter (Joan).

GIBBON.—On the 26th February, to Mr. and   Mrs. C. M. Gibson, of the National Bank, Echuca (recently of Buninyong)-a son.  

GOLDING (nee Harris).—On the 27th Feb-   ruary, at St George's private hospital, Kew,  

to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Golding—a daughter

(Marjorie Helen).

GRAHAM.—On the 4th February, at Kia     Ora Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Les Graham, 4 Clarence street, Hamilton—a son (Ewen

Keith).

HALL.—On the 5th March, at Guildford   private hospital, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred G. Hall —a daughter.

HOLLWAY (nee Elma Davison).—On the   11th February, at Eglington private hospital, Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hollway, East Malvern—a daughter (Rita Joan).

LEWIS (nee Marjorie Deane).—On the 6th March, at the Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lewis—a son.  

MALCOLM.—On the 25th February, at Bal- ranald, to Mr. and Mrs. R. H Malcolm—a

son (Peter Andrew).  

MASON (nee North).—On the 15th Feb-   ruary, at Una Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mason—a daughter (Both well.)    

MEEHAN.—On the 9th March, at Madeleine       private hospital, Parkville, the wife of J. F.

Meehan—a daughter.  

PEMBERTON (nee Trenfield).—On the 27th   February, at St. Helens private hospital, Essen-   don, to Brenda, wife of John M. Pemberton—a son (premature, stillborn).

STAFFORD.—On the 7th March, at Bawdwin,     Northern Shan States, Burma, wife of Howard

R. Stafford—a son.  

TAYLOR.—On the 1st March, at Windemere   private hospital, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs.   J. R. Taylor, of Elsternwick—a son (James

Neville).

THOMPSON (nee Love).—On the 7th March,   at Creswick House, Hampton, to wife of A. E. Thompson—a daughter (stillborn).  

TURNBULL (nee Nancy Cunningham).—On the 6th March, at St George's Hospital, Kew,   to Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Turnbull—a son (Alvyn

Raymond).

WALTER.—On the 5th March, at Londa, St. George's road, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs.     Roy Walter ,of Caulfield—a daughter (Sylvia

Dawn).

WATSON (nee Vi Chandler).—On the 10th   February, at Mosgiel, Surrey Hills, to Mr. and Mrs. Ryder Watson, Kilsyth—a son (John

Robert).

WEIR.—On the 17th February at Eglington private hospital, Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Royce Weir, of St. Valentines, Valentine grove, Malvern—a daughter (Janet Elspeth).

WILLS (nee Besley).—On the 17th February,   at Nurse Burlington's hospital, Williams road,   Narrogin, to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wills, of

Bullaring—a son.

MARRIAGES.

BABBAGE—CURWEN.—On the 3rd Febraury,    

at St. Clement's Church of England, Elstern  -   wick, by the Rev. Frewin, Doreen Florence, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Curwen, Elsternwick, to John Parker, son of Mr. and   Mrs. C. P. Babbage, Elsternwick.

BRADSHAW—WICKING.—On the 14th Janu-     ary at Canterbury by the Rev J. A. Forrest, assisted by the Rev. R. B. Plowman, David Maxwell only son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Bradshaw, to Margaret, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wicking.

HODGES—KING.—On the 17th February,       1934, at St Albans, Highgate Hill, Perth, by the Rev. Canon Marshall, George Carrington, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hodges, Pepanyinning, W.A., to Heather Josephine Lethbridge, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.   Baron King, Eglosperry, Denmark street, Kew,

Victorla.  

HOLMES—KERR.—On the 24th February     1934, at the Presbyterian Church, Canterbury, by the Rev. J. Forrest, Richard William Holmes to Isobel Dalgarno, eldest daughter of   the late Mr. and Mrs. James Kerr, Alva, Eden-  

hope.  

LAST—WHITE.—On the 3rd February, at           Scots Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. W.   Borland. Malcolm John. eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Last, late of Albert     Park, to Ethel May, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John White, late of Shepparton and Camberwell.  

RIEDEL—BYE.—On the 29th January, 1934,     at St. George's Cathedral, by the Dean of   Perth, Carl Robert (Education department Perth), only son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riedel, Sandringham, Victoria, to Drusilla Uridge, only daughter of Mr. Fred and the late Mrs. F. Bye, of West Perth, both late of Kalgoorlie, W. A.

WADSWORTH—AULD.—On the 16th Jan- uary at St Patrick's Cathedral, by the Right   Rev. Monsignor Lonergan, Adm., Rowland N. only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wadsworth, of Stawell, to Amy M., daughter of Mrs. Auld,   of Prahran, and the late Geo Auld, of Euroa.

SILVER WEDDINGS

BUCKINGHAM.—Mr. and Mrs. E.S.A.   Buckingham announce with pleasure the 25th   anniversary of their wedding celebrated at

Arron, Albert Park (Dr. Marcel Crivelli's late     residence), March 10, 1909. (Presont address 40 Emma street, Caulfield.)  

COLLENS—PARKE.—on the 12th March,     1909, at Moorabbin, by the Rev. J. H. Hewitt, W. J. Francis, eldest son of Mr. W. H. and the late Mrs. Collens, Black Rock, to Hilda, M., only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Parke, Brunswick. (At home 12th, evening; 11th, afternoon and evening.)  

GAINGER—STEPHENS.—On the 4th March, 1909, at Methodist Church, Clunes, by Rev. D. S. Lowe, Albert, third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. Gainger, Beeac, to Florence, sixth daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. G. Stephens, Talbot road, Clunes. (Present address Cromie street, Rupanyup.)  

WEDDING THANKS.

BURTON.—Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Burton, Clif-  

Ion street, Charlton, desire to express to their many friends and relatives their heartfelt Thanks for numerous telegrams and personal visits of congratulations on the occasion of their golden wedding.

BABBAGE.—Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Babbage,   Bairnsdale, desire to Thank their many re-  

latives and friends for presents, messages, and   telegrams of congratulations on the occasion of their recent marriage.  

KIRKHAM—FREEMAN.—Mr. and Mrs. W.   Kirkham, 109 Were street, Brighton Beach, desire to express to their many friends and   relatives their heartfelt Appreciation for the numerous telegrams, telephone calls, flowers, and personal visits of congratulations on the occasion of their golden wedding.

PHILLIPS—RYAN.—Mr. and Mrs. P. Phillips         wish to tender their grateful Thanks to their many friends for letters, telegrams, flowers, visits, and gifts on the occasion of the cele- bration of their golden wedding anniversary.

DEATHS.

ALBISTON.—On the 9th March, at St.   Arnaud Hospital, Colin Gunn, beloved second son of Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Barbara Albiston, of 1 River street, South Yarra, aged 30 years.

ALLEN.—On the 8th March, at Alfred Hos-   pital, Emma Eliza, the beloved wife of Ernest John Allen, of 191 Glen Iris road, Glen Iris, loved mother of Elsie (Mrs Adlington), George, Ada (Mrs. Gilmour), Hilda (Mrs. Moss), and loving sister of Alf, Ethel (Mrs. Adams), and Leah (Mrs. Kelley), aged 69 years.

—At rest.

ANDREWARTHA.— On the 8th March, at 52 Studley Park road, Kew, Sydney, dearly be- loved husband of Catherine, and father of Daisy (Mrs. Henderson), Frank, Alf, Cliff,   Matt, and brother of Tom (deceased), Edwin (deceased), Robert, Alan, Cliff, and Nellie, and   grandfather of Alf, aged 74 years. —Loved  

by all.

ANDREWARTHA.— On the 8th of March,    

at his residence, Studley Park road, Kew, Sydney, the dearly loved husband of Catherine,  

and the loving father of Daisy (Mrs. Hen- derson), Frank, Alf, Cliff, Mat, and the loving brother of Nellie, Bob, Allen, and Cliff. — Peacefully sleeping.

ANDREWARTHA.— On the 8th March, at 52 Studley Park road, Kew, Sydney, loving father of Daisy (Mrs. Henderson), father-in-law of   Arthur, and loving grandfather of Gladys and Ruby. —Sweet rest.

ANDREWARTHA.— On the 8th March, 1934, at 52 Studley Park road, Kew, Sydney, dearly beloved father of Clifford, and father-in-law of     Daisy and grandfather of Irma.

Resting where no shadows fall.

In perfect peace he waits us all.

ANDREWARTHA.— On the 8th March, at 52   Studley Park road, Kew, Sydney, beloved brother-in-law of Annie Frencham, 191 Albert       street, East Brunswick. —Sadly missed.

BALMAIN.—On the 9th March, at Swan Hill,   Herbert, dearly loved father of Florence (Mrs.

Hudson), Irene (Mrs. O'Callaghan), and Percy. —At rest. BARTLEY.—On the 8th March, at the resi-   dence of her daughter (Mrs. L. W. Boyes), Sutherland avenue, East Kew, E.4, Hettie,     widow of the late Theo. Bartley, late of Chil- tern, loving mother of Charles, Vivienne, Violet, Ben, Albert, Edwln, and Ena.

BEAMISH.—On the 8th March (the result of an accident), Francis John (Mick) Beamish, the dearly beloved husband of Ida Beamish, 124 Empress avenue, West Footscray, formerly of Schutt and Barrie, the loving father of Alice (Mrs. Isbister), Jim, Cyril, Gladys, Laurie, and Doris, aged 47 years. —In the midst of   life we are in death.

BENJAMIN.—On the 9th March at his resi-   dence, Maansfield, 15 Lindsay street, Middle Brighton, Alfred Cooper, loved husband of     T????, loving father of Elsie, Eleanor, and Linda, aged 65 years.

DEATHS.

BINNEY.—At Oak street, Hawthorn, Jane,   widow of the late Charles Binney, of New Zealand, mother of the late Mrs. Elisabeth Opie, grandmother of Bessie (deceased), Flor-

rie (Sister Margaret Mary), Georgina (Sister Mary Veronica), Olive (Sister Mary Gonzara), William (Mines department), Ivy (Mrs. Bray),

Jean (Mrs. Palmer), bom in Scotland, Colon- ist about 90 years. —We fear not evil speak- ing. (Privately interred.) (Inserted by the Opie family.)  

BOYCE.—On the 9th March, at Williams-   town Hospital, Elizabeth Jane, dearly beloved wife of John Verner Boyce, of 10 Vulcan grove, Williamstown Beach, loved mother of May, loved sister of Albert (New Zealand), Sam (Leongatha), Mosie (Northcote), Jim (Lancefield deceased) and Jack (Glenhope), aged 55 years. —In God's care.  

BROWN.—At Claremont, W.A., Athelstan   Ernest, beloved son of Yvonne and Ernest Brown, brother of Myfanwy and Theonie, grandson of Henry and Ethel Levy, aged 8     years. (West Australian papers please

copy.)  

CONELLY.—On the 9th March, 1934, at       Mena House, East Melbourne, Edmond George, loved husband, of Catherine Conelly, and lov-

ing father of Doris, George, Rita, Kathleen, and Nancy, aged 49 years, late of Wangaratta. —Requiescat in pace.

CONELLY.—On the 9th March, 1934, at Mel-    

bourne, Edmond George, loved husband of Catherine Conelly, and loving brother of Edith Thomas, Kathleen, Tot (Mrs. Willis), Robert, and Isabell, late of Wangaratta. —-R.I.P.  

DALTON.—On the 9th March, 1934, at her parents' residence 268 Neerim road, Carnegie,

S.E.9, Ida Veronica (Ronnie), dearly beloved daughter of Thomas and Ida Dalton, and loving sister of Kathleen, Myra, Jim, Noel, Joan, Frank, and Marjorie, aged 20 years. —Rest in peace.

DOMAILLE.—On the 8th March, 1934, at     Melbourne, John Eric Renouf, beloved son of   Mary and the late Thomas Domaille, of Mary-   borough. (Privately interred.) —R.I.P.  

DOWLING.—On the 8th March, at 14

Osborne avenue, East Malvern, Agnes Moffat, the beloved wife of Frederick Dowling, and loved mother of Phyllis, Trixie, and Fred, aged 55 years. (Private interment.)  

DRAGE.—On the 8th March, at Homoeopathic   Hospital, George Frederick, dearly beloved only   son of Sarah and the late James Drage, of 49 Davey street, Frankston, and loved brother of Ethel (Mrs. C. Cockrane). —At rest.

DUNSE.—On the 8th March, at the residence of her son-inilaw (Mr. R. Brien), Bonny     View, Whoorel, Emma, relict of the late Andrew Dunse, of Pennyroyal, aged 87 years.

EVA.—On the 8th March, at his residence, 10  

Emilton avenue, St. Kilda, Joseph Paul, dearly   beloved husband of Agnes Eva, loving father of Elizabeth (Bess), Thelma, and Joe, loved father-in-law of Mr. R. Black, and fond     grandpa of June Black, aged 59 years.

GALLIE.—On the 8th March, at Airlie, Ivan-     hoe, Miss Elizabeth K Gallie, late of Educa- tion department, beloved sister of Mrs. I. P. Evans, late of Middle Park; Mrs. John Jenkin, of Ivanhoe, and Mrs. B. Ross, of Perth.

GALLIE.—On the 8th March, at Ivanhoe,   Elizabeth K. Gallie, beloved aunt of Alan S. Riach, of Murrumbeena.

GREGG.—On the 8th March, 1934, at Perth,   W.A. (following an operation for appendicitis), Missioner Alan K. Gregg, of the Methodist In- land Mission (Port Hedland and Marble Bar).

(A tribute of esteem and appreciation from the members of the Methodist Inland Mission Board.)  

GREGG.—On tho 8th March, at Perth, W. A.,     after a brief illness, Alan Keith, youngest son of the late Dan and Katie Gregg, beloved brother of Doris (Mrs. R. Shugg, Korumburra),

Ken (Sale), and Angus (Bairnsdale), aged 31 years. —He giveth His beloved sleep.

GRIFFITHS.—On the 7th March (suddenly),      

at St. Kilda road, Evan, dearly loved father of Barbara (Mrs. H. Thurllng) and Edna (Mrs. J. G. Downes), dear grandfather of Ronnie and Majory Thurling and Keith Downes (all of East Malvern) aged 82 years. —He giveth His beloved sleep.

HARLEY.—On the 9th March, 1934, at his     residence, Terrington, 129 Riversdale road,   East Camberwell, Frank Sadler, the dearly loved husband of Florence Harley, and loving father of Frank and Harry, and fond grandpa of Margery, aged 72 years.  

HARMAN.—On the 4th March, at private   hospital, Hamilton, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Gersham Harman, Byaduk, loving mother of

Ivy and Gordon, aged 63 years. —At rest.  

HARRIS. —On the 3rd March (suddenly), at his residence, Thomas, the dearly loved hus- band of Alice Ann, much-loved father of Con -  stance M. (Mrs. Syminton, Beveridge), and William J. (Bill, Bethanga), brother of John (deceased), Annie (Mrs. McDonald, Sydney),

Dave (Kyneton), William (deceased), and Evan (Bethanga), aged 72 years.  

HART.—On the 9th March, 1934, at Ep- worth private hospital, Susan, the dearly be- loved wife of Robert George Hart, and loved mother of Eric, eldest daughter of the late William and Sarah Selby, late of Tasmania, loving sister of Isabel, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Jack. —Sadly missed.

HEDE.—On the 9th March, at his residence,   52 Point Nepean road, Elsternwick, Francis, dearly loved husband of Louisa Hede, and   loved father of Ken, Evan, and Brian, aged 42 years. —R.I.P.

HEDE.—On the 9th March, at his residence,     52 Point Nepean road, Elsternwick, Francis, dearly loved third son of the late Francis, and Mary Hede, of Richmond, loved brother of Jean, Nell (Mrs. Raymond), Kit, Bert, Percy,   Ette (Mrs. T. J. Collins), Reg, and Myrtle (Mrs. Bergin), aged 42 years.—R.I.P.    

HENSHAW.—On the 9th March, 1934, John   Millard, dearly beloved husband of Vera, of   7 Studley Park road, Kew, and devoted father of Brian, Val, Marie, and Geoffrey. —Deeply mourned.

HIGGINS.—On the 7th January (suddenly),  

at Suva, Fiji, Reginald Robert, beloved only son of A. C. Higgins, Cliff street, Manly, Sydney, brother of Mona, and grandson of the late H. Breton, M.D.  

HOLMES.—On the 8th March, at private hospital, Ripponlea, Mary Astbury Holmes, loved sister of Annie Hall (Mrs. B. Ramsay, deceased), Robert and John (deceased), aged 79 years. (Privately interred Kew Cemetery

on the 9th March.)  

HUBBER.—On the 9th March, at her resi-  

dence, 19 Alice street, Yarraville, Mary Teresa, the dearly beloved wife of Andrew Hubber, and loving mother of William (deceased), and Mar- garet, beloved daughter of Simon and the late Margaret Ryan, loving sister of Pat, Maggie (Mrs. S. Hubber), Simon, Josephine (Mrs. W. Morgan), and Len, aged 40 years. —May her soul rest in peace.

HUNTER.—On the 8th March, at Omeo, 20 Maling road, Canterbury, James, the beloved son of James J. and Elizabeth Hunter, and loving brother of George, Mollie, Joe, and Frank. -—R.I.P. (Privately interred at Box  

Hill.)  

HURTER.—On the 6th March, Charles     Edward, of Blackburn, beloved husband of the late Janette, loved father of Edward (de-

ceased, A.I.F.) and Bert (late A.I.F.), loving   father-in-law of Rae and Maud, and loving       granddad of Toby.

HURLEY.—On the 9th March, at his resi-   dence, Cisco, Martin street, St. Kilda, James S. Hurley, loved brother-in-law of Pearl Hurley.     —Sweet rest after much suffering.

HIDE.—On the 9th March, at St. Benedict's   Hospital, Malvern, Percy Pritchard, the only son of the late William and Clara Hyde, beloved husband of Sarah, father of James, Molly, and Margery, brother of Clarence, aged 62 years. —R.I.P.

KENNEDY.—On the 9th March at Made- leine private hospital, Parkville, John William   Kennedy (L'Estrange, Kennedy, and Goldberg),  

dearly loved son of the late Morgan and Mary F. Kennedy (Parkeville) and loved brother of     James and Hugh (deceased), May (Sister M. Clayer, Convent of Mercy, Geelong) and Lucy.     —Requiescat in pace.

LANCSTER, HOCKING (Mother). —On the 6th March, fell asleep in Jesus, Good News Hall, 104 Queensberry street, North Mel- bourne (Memorial service Sunday night.)   —His ways are higher than our ways (In- serted by her fellow workers in Christ.)  

LOMAS (nee Tremellen).—On the 8th March,   1934 (passed peacefully away), at the residence of her mother (Mrs. Charlotte Tremellen),

St. Austell, Leopold, Winifred, the dearly loved   wife of Frederick Lomas, of Leopold, and de- voted mother of little Nancy, and dearly loved eldest daughter of Charlotte and the late William Tremellen, of Leopold, and loving     sister of Ray and Jean.

MALLETT.—On the 5th March, 1934 (sud-   denly, at Montana, 4 Willow street, Malvern, Anne Elizabeth, beloved wife of the late John B. Mullett, loved and devoted mother of Fred   and Nell (Mrs. G. Turner), loving grandmother of Laurie Turner, Jack, Gladys, and Eddie Mallett. (Privately interred Brighton Cemetery,

6th March.)  

MASSINGHAM.—On the 8th March, Nellie dearly loved sister of Laura Giles and James McWilliams, and much-loved aunt of Alan,     Leonard, Valerie, Jessie, and Vi Giles. —A very precious memory.

MATHESON.—On the 7th March, at South   Yarra, Edith Anne, wife of Reginald Pressley, and mother of Gerald Pressley, aged 62 years.

McCONCHIE.—On the 8th March, 1934, Annie Etta, the dearly beloved wife of our president, Owen Ross McConchie. (Inserted by the mem bers of the Spring road Methodist Young Men's  

Club Malvern.)  

MOROM.—On the 8th March, at 29 Osborne street, Williamstown, Elizabeth, dearly loved   wife of Thomas O., and loving mother of Hilda, Ernest, and Shirley, loving grandma of Harry   and Kathleen. (Privately interred.)

NELSON.—On the 9th March, at her resi-   dence, 12 Atkinson street, Oakleigh, Margaret Anne, dearly beloved daughter of the late Charles and Janet Nelson, and beloved sister of Jessie, William, Susan (Mrs. J. Parker),

and Henry.

NICOLL.—On the 5th March, 1934, at pri-  

vate hospital, Leichhardt, Sydney, New South Wales, Charles Hunter, Nicoll, late of Car- well, Gulargarbone, formerly of Haddon Rig,

Warren, New South Wales.

O'BRIEN.—On the 9th March (suddenly), at   Llandyssil private hospital, Scott street, Essen- don, Rose Agnes, loved mother of Matt (Western Australia), Phil (Sydney), Ethel (Mrs. J. O'Dea, West Geelong), and Bertha   (Sydney), aged 82 years. —R.I.P.

PEARCE.—On the 8th March, 1934 (sud- denly), James Edward, loving brother of Edyth (Mrs. Abrahams), May (Mrs. Axton), Lilian (Mrs. Reid), Florence (deceased), Herbert (deceased), late 7th Battalion, A.I.F. —One of the best. (Private interment.)    

PECK.—On the 2nd March, at the resi- dence of Mrs. A. Christie, 17 Vista grove, Toorak, Mina Frances (nurse), loving friend   of Millie and Vic., late of Geeong, Won- thaggi, and Koo-wee-rup. —Peckie.      

PERKIN.—On the 4th March, at her daugh-   ter's residence, 8 Normanby avenue, Thorn-   bury, Amelia, beloved wife of Horrox Perkin, and loved mother of Edith (Mrs. C. Monahan), Hazel (Mrs. Coxon), and Olive (Mrs. A. Dash), —One of the best. Asleep.

PRICE.—On the 9th March, at her residence,     65 Gifford street, Williamstown, Frances Sarah, the dearly beloved wife of Albert Edward Price, and loving mother of Bert, Arch, Fred, Les, Edith (Mrs. Tuttle), and Mick, aged 70 years. (No flowers by request. Private interment. Bairnsdale and home papers please copy.)  

RAWES.—On the 9th February, 1934, at 105   Park lane, Croydon, Surrey, the Rev. F. Russell Rawes, M.A. (Cantab), dearly loved father of Irene Ballan, Airlie street, South Yarra, aged

90 years 11 months.

ROACHE.—On the 6th March, at Castle-   maine, John Robert, beloved husband of Lil-

ian Jessie Roache, and loved father of   Charles E. (South Yarra), Louisa Frunces   (South Yarra), Florence Alma (Castlemaine),

Ivy M. (Mrs. G. Paterson, South Yarra), and Jeanette May (South Yarra), aged 66 years.

ROGERS.—On the 8th March, at Mindren, Mill street, Ballarat, Laura, last surviving daughter of the late Richard Jellicoe, London,   England, and widow of the late John Edward Rogers, Ballarat, mother of Rev. Canon E. J. Rogers (Deniliquin, N.S.W.), E. C. Rogers (Ballarat), Rev. H. V. Rogers (Coolamon, N.S.W.), and Aileen Rogers (Ballarat), in her   85th year. (Privately interred March 9.)  

ROUCH.—On the 5th March, at Heidelberg,   Margaret, beloved daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. A. D. Wippell, Clifton grove, Ivanhoe, lov-

ing sister of William (Stanhope) and Vera (Mrs. D. Weller, Dandenong).

ROUCE (nee Wiffell).—On the 5th March,   Maggie, dear sister of Vera (Mrs. Weller, Dandenong), and Willie (Stanhope), also loving auntie of Elvie, Connie, Emily (Dan- denong), and Reg, Billy, and Eva (Stanhope).

DEATHS

SAMMONS.—On the 9th March, 1934, at

Geelong, Robina, widow of the late Edward Sammons, of 20 Albert street, Geelong West,

and loving mother of Emma (Peg), and aunt of Gladys M. Higgins.  

SHEEPWAY.—On the 8th March at the     residence of his son, 134 Male street, Brighton, Edwin Thomas, loved husband of the late Martha Ann, loved father of Thomas (Loch), Roy (Krowera), Violet (Mrs. Mayo Almurta),

Arthur, Jack (deceased), and Vernon, late of Cheltenham, England, aged 73 years. Colonist of 52 years. (English papers please copy.)  

SHIPP.—On the 8th March, Fan, beloved sister of Robert and Ada Roper, of 7 Hill street, Hawthorn, loved aunt of Edith (deceased), May, and little Bobbie.

SMITH.—On the 3rd March, Selina, widow of the late James Smith, and loved mother of Jule (Mrs. Richards), Terence, Fergus, and Margaret (Mrs. Plinston), in her 86th year. — At rest. (Privately interred in Melbourne General Cemetery on 5th March.)  

SINCLAIR.—On the 9th March, at Melbourne Hospital, Jessie Lindsay, wife of M. H. Sinclair, 23 Ulupna road, Ormond.

STANBRIDGE.—Passed away on the 28th     February, Louis, dearly loved father of O. Peddie, Sefton place, East Camberwell.

STARK.—On the 2nd March, at Calvary   Hospital, Adelaide, Captain Frank Beuzeville Stark, late 3rd Pioneers Bat., A.I.F. Divi-

sional Engineer, Postmaster General's depart-   ment, Murray Bridge, only beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stark, of Glyndon road, East Camberwell, Melbourne, loved brother of Eve- lyn (Mrs. Moxham, Sydney), Mollie (Mrs.

Betheras, Perth), loving father of Roussell and Martin, aged 41 years.

STEPHENSON.—On the 9th March, at his late residence, Williams road, Toorak, John George, eldest son of the late Robert and James Stephenson, beloved brother of Robert, Marie (Mrs. McCooke), and Joseph W.

STEVENS.—On the 9th March, at Children's Hospital, Leslie Woodbridge, dearly beloved only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Stevens, of 33 Park crescent, Williamstown, aged 3 years and 9 months. —At rest.

SYDENHAM.—On the 8th March, at his late  

residence, 80 Milton street, St. Kilda, George Mercer, beloved husband of Agnes, and son   of the late Walter and Ann Sydenham, formerly of St. Kilda road. (Interred pri- vately 9th March.)  

TAYLOR.—On the 9th March, 1934, at 25   Orange grove, Camberwell, Ian Maxwell, the dearly loved only child of Grace and Frank Taylor, of Webster street, Wycheproof, and loved grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gibb and Mr. and Mrs. T. Taylor, aged 4½ months. —Our darling at rest.

WALKER.—On the 8th March, 1934, at his residence, 11 Anderson street, Albert Park, Alexander, the dearly loved husband of the late Flora Walker, aged 69 years (Private funeral. Remains at R. McKenzie's Funeral   Parlour, South Melbourne.)  

WARE.—On the 9th March, at his residence,   12 Porter street, Prahran, John, dearly be-

loved husband of the late Susannah Ware and loving father of Frank and Doris, aged 72

years.

WOODS.—On the 8th March at his resi-

dence, Findlay avenue, Leitchville, Alfred Woods, beloved husband of Louisa M. Woods, father of John, and grandpa of little Alan, aged 71 years.  

IN MEMORIAM

ALLAN.—In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, who passed peacefully away on the 10th March, 1933.

A beautiful life came to an end;

She died, as she lived, everyone's friend.  

—Inserted by her loving husband and   family.)  

ANDERSON.—In treasured memories of our   dnrling little daughter and sister, Dawn, who was taken back to Heaven 10th March, 1931, aged 4 years and 11 months. —Loved, remem- bered, longed for always. (Inserted by her   loving mummie, daddy, Russell, and Stuart, Nhill.)  

BARROW.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Adelaide Jane Barrow, who died on March 10, 1927, at Twickenham Ferry, Burnley, —Always remembered. (Inserted by her daugh- ter and son-in-law, F. A. and E. Bugg.)      

CLOSE.—In loving memory of my dear wife,   Jeanie, and our dear mother, who passed away

—(Inserted by her loving husband, William and family, Jim, Roy, Ivy, and Louisa.)  

COLE.—In loving memory of our dear sister   Alice, who passed away on March 10, 1933.

—Not to day but every day, in silence we re-

member. (Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Ethel and Sam.)      

COSTER.—In sad and loving memory of our dear son and brother, Robert, who passed away on the 10th March, 1932.

As long as life and memory last, We will remember thee.

—(Inserted by his loving parents and family.)   COSTER.—In loving memory of our dear brother, Robert, who passed away at Midland Junction on March 10, 1932. —Remembrance lasts for ever. (Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Jack and Elsie Brady,     Erica.)  

DANSEY.—In fond and loving memory of   our dear mother and grandmother who passed away March 10, 1930.

Not just to-day, but every day  

In silence we remember.

—(Inserted by her loving family and grand- children.)  

FIRTH.—In ever-loving memory of my dear   son Jack, and loved brother of Bell and Bob, who was accidently killed 11th March, 1928. —Loving memories. (Mother.)  

FITHIE.—In sacred memory of John Fithie,   a beloved husband and father, called to a higher life 10th March, 1932. —At the going down of the sun and In the morning we remem- ber him. (Clova, Box Hill.)  

JEFFREYS.—In loving memory of mother,     who died March 10, 1926; also father, July, 1929. (Their daughters, Ada, Enid, Hilda.)  

KELLETT.—In loving memory of my dear father, Michael Francis, who passed away 11th March, 1928. —Loving memories. (Inserted by   loving daughter, Freda.)    

LALOR.—In loving memory of our dear       mother, who passed away at Brunswick, 10th March, 1932. Ever remembered by Bessie and Jim Oliver, and Doug., Phyl., and Murray, Progress street, Seymour.  

LETTEY.—in loving memory of my dear wife, Janette Hughes, who died March 10, 1932. —A wife and pal. (Chas. W. Lettey.)  

MADILL.—In lovinng memory of my dear hus-       band and our dear father who passed to a higher life on the 10th March, 1933.

Those who knew him need never be told,   A warmer heart death never made cold. A beautiful life full of kindly deeds, A helping hand to all in need, When his life came to an end.

He died, as he lived, everyone s friend.

—(Inserted by his wife and family. The

Pines, Undera.)  

MARKS.—In loving memory of my darling mother, who passed away at Caulfield on

March 9, 1930.

Just a memory fond and true,

To show dearest mother I think of you.

Not gone from memory not gone from love, But gone to a better home above

—(Inserted by her loving son and daughter- in-law, Isidore and Jessie.)    

MEALEY.—In fond and loving remembrance       of my dearly beloved wife, Charlotte, who died

10th March, 1933. —R.I.P.

Sadly missed.

—(Inserted by her loving husband, F. J.

Mealey.)  

MERRIE.—In loving memory of Elizabeth Newsham, who died 11th March, 1933, mother       of Eva, and dear little grandma of Betty and Audrey Holder.

MORRIS.—In loving memory of my dear wife, loved mother of Ruby, entered into rest 11th March, 1921. (13 Eskdale road, Caul- field.)

NICKLESS.—In affectionate remembrance     of my loved brother, Enoch, who passed away at his home, Moreland road, Brunswick, on the 10th March, 1932.

Waiting beyond life's sunset     Till we meet again.

—(Inserted by his loving sister and brother-

in-law.)    

O'ROURKE (nee Maher).—In fond memory     of my beloved wife, Kath, who departed this life on March 11, 1925. —Requiescat in pace. (Inserted by C. J. O'Rourke and son, Cecil.)    

PEPPER.—On the 11th March, at Caulfield       Military Hospital, Ernest C. Pepper, loved hus- band of Maud, loving father of Elsie, Ernest,

and Jack.

In memory a constant thought, In heart a silent sorrow.

—(Inserted by his loving wife.)    

QUICK.—In loving memory of our dear father, William John, who passed away at Daylesford March 9, 1930. —Ever remem- bered. (Inserted by his loving daughters, Lily—Mr.s L. A. Miller, and Annie—Mrs. W. McCallum.)  

QUICK.—In loving memory of our dear     father, William John, who passed away at Daylesford, March 9, 1930. —Always remem- bered. (Inserted by daughter and son-in-law, D. and W. Peart.)  

RYAN.—In fond memory of my beloved     wife, Mary, who passed away March 11, 1933. (Inserted by her loving husband, Thomas Ryan, Laurel grove, Tabilk.)

SCHNEIDER.—In fond remembrance of my deveted, loving husband, Bertie, who passed to his higher life 10th March, 1933 (Charlotte E Schneider.) (Brisbane papers please cop. )  

SCOTT.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who departed this life at Richmond, 10th March, 1923. —Ever remembered. (In- serted by her loving son, Henry.)  

SHAW.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, who passed away March 11, 1927; also our dear father, September 20, 1929; also our dear sister, Lizzie, August 17, 1931. -—Sadly missed but ever remembered. (Inserted by Alice and Percy Shaw.)  

SMITHURST.—To the cherished memory     of my darling mother, who passed away at Launceston, Tasmania, on March 8, 1931, also my father, who died at Richmond, on June 27,

1929.

Always in my thoughts,

Mother mine.

—(Inserted by her devoted daughter, Jess

Pike.)

TMLYN.—In loving memory of Harry, my     dear husband and our loving father ,who passed away March 10, 1933, at 21 Stanley   street, Richmond.

Resting where no shadows fall.

In perfect peace he waits us all.

At home with God.

— (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

THORNELL.—A tribute to the memory of   my loved wife Alfreda who passed to the higher life March 12, 1932 aged 24 years.

Give me the wings of faith to rise

Within the veil and see

The saints above how great their joys,

How bright their glories be.

THORNELL.—In loving memory of my     darling sister, Alfreda May, whom God called home March 12, 1932; also brother Laurence Stanley, killed in action September 25, 1917.

Remembrance is a golden chain, That binds us till we meet again.

—(Inserted by her loving sister, Doris, and brother-in-law, Reg. and little Dawn, Tyabb.)      

THORNELL.—A tribute to the memory of     my loved wife Alfredo who passed to the higher life 12th March, 1932, aged 24 years.  

Give me the wings of faith to rise

Within the veil and see

The saints above how great their joys;

How bright their glories be.

THOHNELL (nee Denham).—In loving     memory of our dear children, Freda, who passed to the higher life, 12th March, 1932; also Laurie killed in action Polygon Wood, 25th September, 1917. —So dearly loved and sadly missed. (Inserted by dad and mum, and

little Mervyn.)  

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.

A. R. MALMBERG and Family desire to ex-  

press their sincere THANKS to all kind     relations and friends for their sympathy, tele-     grams letters and cards, also floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement, especially     thanking the directors and staff of the Aus-

tralian Glass Manufacturing Co., Spencer street and Spotswood. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deepest grati-

tude.

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.

ALLCHIN.—Mr. HAROLD ALLCHIN and Mrs.

ROBERT JONES desire to return sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for letters, telegrams cards, floral tributes and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave-

ment. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. Quamby, Seaton street. Glen Iris.

BARKER.—The Daughters of the late Mrs.  

BARKER desire to THANK all relatives, neigh- bourn, and friends for cards, letters telegrams, and all expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Dr. Hardy for his   untiring attention. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere   gratitude. BARRY.—The Sons and Daughters of the late

Mrs. ELIZA BARRY desire to THANK their many kind friends and neighbours for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgement of our gratitude. 16 Raleigh street, Thombury.

F. W. ROSE and Family desire to THANK all

relatives and friends for floral tributes, let-     ters, cards, telegrams, and visits in their recent sad bereavement; also Sister Hogan for her very kind and unfailing attention. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 406 High street, Windsor, S.I.  

FRANKLIN.—Mr. W. H. FRANKLIN and      

Family desire to express their sincere THANKS     to their many relatives and friends for their kind sympathy, telegrams, letters, and cards, also beautiful floral tributes, during their very sad be- reavement, especially thanking Dr. Glastonbury for his kindness and attention. Will all accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. Shelford, Vickers street, Sebastapol.

HARVEY.—Mrs. U. J. HARVEY and FAMILY, of Kelvin, Newtown, Geelong, desire to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes and kind messages of sympathy and affection

in their recent sad bereavement.   MAHONY.—The Relatives of the late Mrs. MARY     E. MAHONY, of Maryville, Flemington road,     North Melbourne, wish to convey THANKS to Dr. White, Rev. Fr. O'Sullivan, Miss Kearney, Miss   Ward, and all kind friends for their kindnesses during their sad bereavement.

MARTIN.—The Wife and Family of the late

THOMAS MARTIN, of Tatura, desire to   sincerely THANK their many relatives and friends for their sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and beautiful floral tributes; also Dr. James Park for his untiring attention and extreme kindness dur- ing their recent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude.

MR. JOSEPH NICHOLSON and Family desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for

letters, cards, floral tributes, and telegrams in their sad bereavement, also Pastor Clack, Drs. G. H.   Guthridge and M. Dodd for their unremitting atten- tion, and expression of sympathy from employees, Colonial Sugar Company, Yarraville. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude. 16 Ovens street, Yarra-

ville

MR. W. DREW wishes to THANK his many kind friends and relatives for their kind ex- pressions of sympathy extended to him; also let- ters, cards, visits, and floral tributes, in the loss of my dearly beloved mother. Will all please accept this as acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. 86 Wattletree road, Malvern.

MR. JOHN J. NOWLAN and Family sincerely

THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deepest grati- tude. Rivernook, Bass.

MR. JAMES HARVEY and Family wish to

sincerely THANK all kind friends and rela- tives for expressions of sympathy, by letters, tele-     grams, and cards, in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude.

MR.> JOHN LOUTTIT and Family wish to   THANK their many kind friends and relatives   for telegrams, letters, messages of sympathy, and floral tributes, during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of sincere gratitude.

MR. and MRS. E. GARNER and Family, 29 Bangalore street, Kensington, desire to   THANK all kind friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and beautiful floral tributes received dur-

ing their late sad bereavement.

MRS. ERNEST B. CURTIS wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for their very kind   expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in her recent sad bereave- ments. Will all accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of her sincere gratitude. Pearce street, Caulfield.

MRS. R. GAULT and Son desiro to THANK

all kind friends for letters, cards, and visits of sympathy in their sad bereavement, especially thanking Rev. W. Hinton, Dr. J. L. Davies, and Nurse Cuksow. Will all please accept this as personal acknowledgment of our deepest

gratitude. Horne street, Clifton Hill..............------------------------------------------------------------------------ NIEHOFF.—The Family of the late HENRY   CHARLES NIEHOFF wish to THANK rela-   tives and friends for cards and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave-

ment.

NOSEDA.—Mr. and Mrs. O. NOSEDA and    

Family desire to express their sincere THANKS   to the Carmelite Fathers, the sisters, and pupils of Good Shepherd Convent, Albert Park, Dr. Macree, sisters of St. Vincent Hospital, and Mrs. Bolan, all kind friends, neighbours, and relations for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a     personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 57 Wright street, Middle Park.  

O'SULLIVAN.—Mrs. J. O'SULLIVAN (widow),      

Marie (daughter), and William and Timothy O'sullivan (brothers of the late John O'sullivan), Erindale, Knowsley, desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for telegrams, letters, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement, and will all please accept this as a personal expression of their

gratitude.

REED

REED.—Mrs. REED and Family desiro to THANK   all kind friends for their sympathy, telegrams,     letters, cards, visits, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, especially matron, sisters, and staff at Anzac Hostel, Brlghton; also Dr. Dane,   Rev. M. Brazier, of Gardenvale, Rev. Lapthorne,     Dalesford; Mr. W. Farmer, undertaker, Bendigo.

Please accept our personal gratitude.

SPOONER—Mrs. SPOONER and Sons desire to

THANK all friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 138 North road, Brighton.

TREW.—Mr. E. TREW desires to express    

his deep and sincere THANKS to all kind   friends and relatives for their real sympathy and     kindness in his recent sad bereavement.     WYMAN.—Mrs. WMAN and Family desire to     sincerely THANK their kind friends and rela-        

tives for letters, visits, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. Will     all please accept this as an acknowledgment of our very sincere gratitude. Hillview, Hallam.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

ALBISTON.—The Friends of Mr. JOSEPH    

and Mrs. ALBISTON, of 1 River street, South Yarra, are informed that the remains or their beloved second son, Colin Gunn, will be interred in the Necropolis, Springvale.

The funeral will move from B. Matthews Pty.

Ltd.'s Mortuary Chapel, 102 Toorak road, South   Yarra, Monday, 12th March, at 10 o'clock.  

B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Funeral Directors Toorak road, South Yarra. Windsor 66.  

ALLEN.—The Friends of Mr. ERNEST JOHN ALLEN are informed that the remains of his

beloved wife, Emma Eliza, will be interred in the Burwood Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence 191 Glen Iris road, Glen Iris, THIS DAY (Saturday, the 10th March), at 3.30 p.m.    

DRAYTON and GARSON, Undertakers, 215 High street, Malvern, and Windsor. Tel. U1228.

ANDREWARTHA.—The Friends of the late Mr. SYDNEY ANDREWARTHA are informed

that his remains will be interred in the Coburg

Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, 52 Studley Park road, Kew, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th   March), at 3.30 p.m.    

J. FERGUSON and SON, Funeral Directors, 712 High street, Thombury (telephone JW3037). 140 Johnson street, Collingwood.    

aNDREWARTHA.—The Loyal Carlton Lodge 74, I.O.O.F.—Members of the above Lodge are respectfully informed that the remains of their late Bro. SYDNEY ANDREWARTHA will be in- terred in the Coburg Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, Studley Park road, Kew, THIS DAY, at 3.30.  

T. E EVANS, Secretary.

BEAMISH.—The Friends of Mr FRANCIS JOHN

( "Mick" ) BEAMISH are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Werribee Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his res-

dence, 134 Empress avenue, West Footscray, THIS DAY (Saturday, the 10th March), at 2.30 p.m.    

HERBERT KING and SONS, Undertakers, Albert and Paisley streets, Footscray. 'Phone 25.

BENJAMIN.—The Friends of the late Mr.    

ALFRED COOPER BENJAMIN are most re-

spectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, Mansfield, 15 Lindsay street, Middle Brighton, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3.30 p.m.    

J. MONKHOUSE and SON, Undertakers, Car-

penter street, Brighton, near the town hall. 'Phone X1162.  

BOYCE.—The Friends of Mr. JOHN VERNER

BOYCE, of 10 Vulcan grove, Williamstown     Beach, are respectfully informed that the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Elizabeth Jane, will be cremated in the New Melbourne crematorium,

Fawkner.

The funeral is appointed to move from Ernest W. Jackson's Chapel, Ferguson street, Williams- town, THIS DAY (Saturday 10th March), at 3 o'clock p.m., arriving at cemetery 4 p.m. No   fllowers, by request.

ERNEST W. JACKSON Funeral Director, Fer- guson street, Williamstown and Melbourne road, Newport. 'Phone 25 Williamstown.

CONELLY— The Funeral of the late EDMOND  

GEORGE CONELLY will leave his late resi- dence, Murphy street, Wangaratta, To-morrow   (Sunday, 11th March), at 3 p.m., for the place of   interment, the Wangaratta Cemetery. MICHAEL MULQUEEN and SONS, Lonsdale street and branches. Bwk. 446.

DALTON.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.

THOMAS DALTON are respectfully informed that the remains of their dearly beloved daughter, Ida Veronica (Ronnie), will be interred in the Brighton General cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from their residence, 268 Neerim road, Carnegie, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th March, 1934), at 3.30 p.m., arriv-     ing at the cemetery at 3.45.  

R. McKENZIE, Funeral Director, ?? Koornang

road, Carnegie. 'Phone M3107.

DRAGE.—Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE

FREDERICK DRAGE are informed that his     remains will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.  

The funeral will move from the mortuary parlour of H. King and Sons, Lennox street,

Richmond, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th March), at  

2.30 p.m.  

EVA.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOSEPH  

PAUL EVA are informed that his remains will   be interred in the St. Kilda Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi-

dence 10 Emilton avenue, St.Kilda, THIS DAY   (Saturday, 10th March), at 11 o'clock.  

APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors.

Tel Win 70.

GALLIE.—The Friends of the late ELIZABETH    

K. GALLIE, late of Education department, are           respectfully informed that her funeral will leave the residence of her brother-in-law (Mr. J. Jen-       kins), 14 Abbotsford grove, Ivanhoe, THIS DAY    

(Saturday, 10th March, at 3 p.m., for the place   of interment in the Melbourne General Cemetery,

Carlton.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

GRENFELL.— The Friends of the late Mr.  

WILLIAM IRA GRENFELL are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Werribee Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi- dence Metropolitan Farm, Werribee, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th March), at 3.30 p.m.    

ERNETS W. JACKSON, Funeral Director, Fer- guson street, Williamstown, and Melbourne road, Newport. 'Phone 25 Williamstown.

HARRISON.—The Friends of the late Mr.    

ALLAN HARRISON are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave his late residence, 4 Carnarvon street, Brunswick, on Monday, March 13, 1934, at 10.30 a.m., for the Melbourne Cemetery,      

Carlton.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Funeral Director,   Sydney road, North Brunswick. Tel. Bwk 839     all suburbs.    

HARLEY.—The funeral of the late Mr. FRANK  

SADLER HARLEY will leave his residence, Terrington, 120 Riversdale road, East Camberwell,   THIS DAY (Saturday, the 10th March, 1934), at 2 p.m. for the Burwood Cemetery.

R. McKENZIE, Funeral Director, South Mel- bourne and suburbs. Tel. M3107.

HART.—The Friends of Mr. ROBERT GEORGE    

HART are informed that the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Susan, will be cremated at the Fawkner Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, No 64 Claredon street, Thornbury, THIS DAY (Satur- day, 10th March), at 3.30 p.m.    

FERGUSON and SON Funeral Directors, 712   High street, Thornbury (Tel. JW3037), 140 Johns- ton street, Collingwood.  

HEDE.—Friends of the late Mr. FRANCIS    

BEDE are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Brighton

Cemetery.

The funeral will move from his residence, 62 Point Nepean road, Elsternwick, THIS DAY (Satur- day, 10th March), at 4 p.m.  

HERBERT KING and SONS, Funeral Directors, Lennox street, Richmond. 'Phone J3462.

HYDE.—Solemn Office and Requiem Mass for    

the repose of the soul of the late PERCY PRITCHARD HYDE will be celebrated at St. Joseph's R.C. Church, Stanhope street, Malvern, THIS DAY (Saturday the 10th March), at 9 a.m.

The funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m. for   the St. Kilda Cemetery.

DRAYTON and GARSON, Undertakers. 318 High street. Malvern, and Windsor. Tel. U1228.

HUBBER.—The Friends of Mr. ANDREW    

HUBBER are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Mary Teresa, to the place of interment in the Footscray Ceme-

tery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi- dence, 19 Alice street, Yarraville, THIS DAY (Sat- urday, the 10th March), at 4 o'clock p.m.  

HERBERT KING and SONS, undertakers, Albert and Paisley streets, Footscray. 'Phone 25.

SHEEPWAY.—The Friends of the late Mr. EDWIN  

THOMAS SHEEPWAY are most respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of in- terment, the Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave the residence of his son, No. 134 Male street, North Brighton, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10.30 a.m.

J. MONKHOUSE and SON, Funeral Directors. 44 Bay road, Sandringham. Tel XW2592. SINCLAIR.—The Friends of Mr. M. H.    

SINCLAIR are respectfully informed that   the remains of his beloved wife Jessie Lindsay, will be interred in the New Cheltenham Cemetery,

Holloway road.

The funeral will leave his residence, 33 Ulupna road, Ormond, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th March, 1934), at 2.30 p.m.    

JOHN ALLISON, Funeral Director, cr. Glen- huntly and Hawthorn roads, Caulfield. Tel L1816.

STEVENS.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.       L. H. STEVENS are respectfully invited to   follow the remains of their dearly beloved only son, Leslie Woodbridge, to the place of interment, the Williamstown Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his parents' residence, 33 Park crescent, Williamstown, THIS DAY (Saturday, March 10), at 3.40 p.m.    

R. B. PENN, Undertaker, cr. Verdun and Fer- guson sts. Williamstown. Tel Williamstown 188.

STEPHENSON.—The Friends of the late Mr.    

JOHN GEORGE STEPHENSON, late of Wil- liams road, Toorak, are informed that his remains will be cremated at the New Melbourne cemetery,

Fawkner.

The funeral is appointed to move from Apps and Sons' chapel, 395 High street, St. Kilda, Monday, 12th March, at 10 a.m.  

APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors.  

Tel Win 70.

TENNANT.—Friends of Mr. BERNARD TENNANT  

are informed that the remains of his dearly   loved wife, Elizabeth, will be interred in the Necropolis, Springvale.

The funeral will move from the mortuary par- lour of H. King and Sons, Glenferrie road, Mal- vern, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th March), at 11 a.m.

HERBERT KING and SONS, Funeral Directors, Glenferrie road, Malvern. Tel U4039.

WARE.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN WARE are respectfully invited to follow his   remains to the place of interment, the Brighton

Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his late residence , 12 Porter street, Prahran, THIS DAY (Saturday, the

10th March), at 10 o'clock.

E. BURTON and SON, Undertakers, 261 Malvern road, South Yarra, 'Phone Windsor 728. WOODLOCK.—The Friends of the late Mrs.

CATHERINE WOODLOCK are respectfully in- formed that her funeral will leave her residence, 534 Brunswick street, North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Saturday, 10th March), at 1 p.m., for the place of interment, in the Fawkner Cemetery.

E. TAYLOR and SON, Funeral Directors, Head office, 'phone Heidelberg 55.

REQUIEM MASS.

KENNEDY.—Requiem Mass for the repose of the  

soul of JOHN WILLIAM KENNEDY will be held at St. Mary's Church, West Melbourne, at 8   a.m., THIS MORNING (Saturday).    

MEMORIAL SERVICE.

HOCKING.—A memorial service will be held at

Good News Hall in connection with the death of Sister LANCASTER HOCKING (mother), on Sunday evening at 7 p.m. All are cordially invited.  

CONSECRATION.

9d. a line; Saturday, 1/ a line.

GLASS.—A Memorial Service will be held at the

Brighton Cemetery on Sunday afternoon, 11th   March, at 3 p.m., in memory of the late HARRIS

GLASS.

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