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BEHAN.-On March 24, at Mercy Hospital, to Majorie, wife of H. P. Behan-a son.

CLAPHAM.-On March 17, at Hay, to Mr.   and Mrs. Basil Clapham, Uardry-a daughter (Patricia)

CLARK (nee Ivy Smith).-At Strathearn

Hospital, Castlemaine, to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Clark-a daughter.

DAY.-On March 20, at Epworth, to Sylvia and Alan-a daughter. (Both well.)

DODGE.-On March 22, at Toora Bush Nursing Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dodge, of Foster-a daughter (Florence


LESLIE.-On March 21, at Mercy Hospital, to Margaret, wife of Major Douglas Leslie a daughter.      

MACGOWAN (Nance Parker).-On March 18, at Stawell, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Mac- gowan-a daughter (Helen).

MURCUTT (nee Williamson).-On March 20, at Fairbank, Box Hill, to Verna and

Albert-a son.

WRIGHT (Lorna Jackson). - On March 23, at St. Helen's, Windsor, to Mrs. and G. W. Wright (R.A.A.F., New Guinea)-a daughter (Mary Christine). (Both well.)


THOMAS—COMMONS.—At All Saints' Church of England, Preston, June Muriel youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Commons, 48 Wattle street, Bendigo, to Flying-Officer Peter Alfred Thomas (R.A.A.F.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Thomas, 25 Geelong road, Footscray.


HEWLAND.—Major and Mrs. C. J. Hewland, oí Beach Manor, West Beach road, St. Kilda, announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their marriage by the Rev. E. Davies at Independent Church. Collins street, Melbourne, March 25, 1920.

McDONALD—BOURCHIER.—Mr. and Mrs. A. McDonald, of Sea Lake, announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their wed- ding, celebrated on March 17, 1920, at Elsternwick, by the Rev. T. W. Butcher.


JONES-BOSTOCK.—On March 26, 1886, at St. Paul's Church of England, Clunes, by the Rev. J. Finter, William S., eldest son of the late W. S. and Agnes E. Jones (formerly of Mt. Prospect), to Agnes daugh- ter of the late Samuel and A. Bostock, formerly of Clunes, (Present address 78 Hlckford street, East Brunswick.)


On Active Service

DALLEY. - In loving memory of John P. Dalley, killed in action March 17, nephew of Francis and Anne Wilson, cousin of Ronald (RA.A.F.) and June (Glen Iris). -Thy will be done.

JOHNSON.-On March 4, killed air opera- tions, England, Flight-Sergeant Roger Reed (R.A.A.F.), loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Johnson, Cobrawonga, Cobram, loving cousin of Douglas, Frank (A.I.F., N.Q.), Clare, Loreen, and Roma, aged 24 years. -Duty nobly done.

ANDERSON. - On March 24, at her resi- dence, 114 Tennyson street, Elwood, Annie Elizabeth, dearly beloved wife of Joseph, loving mother of Chriss (deceased), Herb (A.I.F., deceased), Gordon (deceased), Laurie, George, and Eddie, aged 80 years.

ASHCROFT.-On March 24, at Kinglake   (result of accident), William Joseph, loving son of the late William and Agnes Ashcroft,

and loved brother of Norman (deceased),   Peter, Florence (Mrs. Brown, deceased), Ruth (Mrs. O'Loughlin), John, and Agnes (Mrs.

Ross). -R.I.P.  

BARR.-On March 24, at Warragul, Wil- liam Henry, loving husband of Ada Margaret (deceased), and beloved father of Eric, late

of Neerim.

BERTRAM. - On March 25, at private hospital, Malvern, Euphemia, widow of the late Robert Bertram, loving mother of Jessie (Mrs. Archer), Robert, Barbara (Mrs. John- stone), Elsie (Mrs. Nicholls, deceased), and Stanley, aged 86 years. -He giveth his

beloved sleep.

BLAIR. - On March 23 (result of acci- dent), Noela Lynette, beloved elder daughter of Jules and Ruby Blair, of 12 Ethel grove, Regent and loved sister of Judith, aged six years three months.

BORSA.-On March 24, at her residence, Hepburn Springs, Gertrude W. Borsa.

BRUCE. - On March 24, at his resi- dence, 20 Thomson street, Gardenvale, Peter, beloved husband of Charlotte. -Loved by all.

BRUCE. -On March 24 (suddenly), at Gardenvale, Peter, loved brother of Will, and brother-in-law of Hazel (Hampton).

-One of the best.  

BUTLER.-On March 24, at Ripplebrook, Charles Edgar, husband of Emily Butler, and loved father of Lilian (Mrs. Turner), Madge (Mrs. A. Lye), Min (Mrs. Burns), Edward, Jack, Eva (Mrs. Johnson), Arthur, and Iris,

aged 72 years.

CARTER.-On March 22, Margaret, beloved wife of Ernest, loving mother of Rita (Mrs. Everard) and Flora (Mrs, Cornish). (Interred privately March 24.)

CARTER.-On March 22, Margaret, de-  

voted mother of Flora, loving mother-in-law of John, adored grandmother of Glanville.

CARTER.-On March 22, Margaret, my loving lifelong friend. -Sweetest thoughts of thee. (Inserted by Gusta King.)

CLARK.-On March 25, at 11 McCarron parade, Essendon, Elizabeth, beloved wife of John Thomas, and sister of Dave and Henry


COURTNEY. - On March 24 (suddenly), Joseph Alan Courtney, of 31 Anderson street, East Malvern, dearly loved husband of Ellie, and loved father of Thomas and Patricia, aged 39 years. -At rest.

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COURTNEY.-On March 24, Alan, dearly loved son of Joseph and Maud Courtney, of Leongatha and Geelong, loving brother of Maud (Mrs. McCully), Lily (Mrs. Locke), Les, Anne (deceased), and Evelyn. -At rest.

COURTNEY.-On March 24, Joseph Alan, beloved son-in-law of Lewis and Nora John- ston, loved brother-in-law of Bernard, Kevin. Cteena (Mrs. James). Peggy, and Inez. _DAHN.-^-On March. 25, at 38 Stanley street, Black Rock. Bertha, loved widow of J. A. Dann, and loved sister-in-law of

Aurora, aged 80 years.

DARVALL -On March 22, at Warragul, Stella Rose, of Drouin, beloved wife of Ed- ward, loving mother of William (Seymour), Herbert, and Lillian (Drouin), aged 79 yeais. -Peacefully sleeping.

DATE.-On March 24, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. A. J. Kelly), 28 Lee street. Flemington. Agnes, relict of the late William Date, of St. Arnaud, and loving mother of May (Mrs. e. W. Strahan, de- ceased) Rose (Mrs. A. J. Kelly), Henry, Emily (Mrs. N. Ryan). Laura (Mrs. G. T. Shooter), Percival (deceased), Agnes (Mrs. J. N. Parker), and Veronica (Mrs. H. Higginbotham), aged 03 years. -Requlescat

In pace.

EGAN.-On March 20, at Bradshaw. Ger- trude Alice, relict of the late Frank, and loving mother of Mary (Mrs. Duggan), Jack, Tom, and Jim, aged 62 years. -R.I.P.

FERRANDO.—On March 22, at her home, 380 Inkerman road, Caulfield, Agnes, dearly loved daughter of the late Charles and Isabel Pamphilon, loving sister of Jessie, Maggie (Mrs. Bywater), Emilie (Mrs. Park), Florrie, and Charles, aged 58 years. —Sweet rest. (Privately interred, Brighton

Cemetery, March 24.)

FINKER,-On March 23, at Alfred Hos- pital, Dulcie Sophie, loved sister of Irene Begg. (Cremated privately.)

FRAHM.-On March 22, Bunyip, Mary Louise, wife of Albert, mother of Florence (Mrs. Caudry). Albert (deceased), aged

62 years.

FRASER.-On March 24, at Kyabram, Thomas Hugh, husband of Mary, and father of Keith, Lilian, Florrie (Mrs Hemphill), Donald Mavis (Mrs. Thomas), John, and Malcolm (deceased). -Peace, perfect peace.

GARRETT.-On March 24, at 56 Royal parade. Reservoir, M. R. W. (Bill), dearly loved husband of Mary, loving father of Tom. Jean (Mrs. Cross). Elsie (Mrs. Lyng coln), and Mona (Mrs, Mills), aged 63

years. -At rest.  

HINCHLIFFE.- On March 24 (suddenly), at his home, 150 Skene street, Newtown, Geelong, Charles Albert, late of Ararat, dearly beloved husband of Gertrude Con- stance Hinchliffe, and loving father of Albert (Birchip) Eric, Grace (Mrs. K. Marsh, Lis- more), Hilda (Mrs. J. N. Plumridge), and Beryl (Mrs. T. Anderson), beloved son of the late William and Mary Anna Hinchliffe, Cornhill, Jackson's Creek, Ararat, aged 78

years. - At rest.

HOLDEN. - On March 24, Alice Maude, beloved wife of William Guest Holden, of 4 North street. Ascotvale. loving mother of Ruth (Mrs. Walmsley), Arthur (AJC.F.), Chrissle (Mrs. Buckpitt). Hilda (Mrs. Deven- ish). Leslie, and David, aged 67 years. (No flowers, by request.)

HOLDEN. - On 'March 24, Alice Maude, loving<? mother of Ruth and Bill (Walmsley), loving grandma of Joan and Arthur.

HOLDEN.-On March 24, Alice Maude, loving- mother of Leslie and Ethel, loving grandma of Norman and Keith.

HOLDEN. - On March 24, Alice Maude, loving ,mother of Chrlssie and Bert (Buckpitt), loving grandmother of Bill (A.I.F.)  

and Mary.

HOLDEN. - On March 24, Alice Maude, loving mother of Dave and Thelma, loving grandmother of Graeme, Ian, and Janice.

I HOLDEN. - On March 24, Alice Maude,

loving mother of Hilda and Sid (Devenish), laving grandmother of Gwen, Ken, Ron (A.I.F.) Audrey, and Hazel.

JOHN.-On March 23, at St. Arnaud Hos- pital. Matilda, loving mother of Charlotte and Arthur, aged 83 years. -A patient

sufferer at rest.

JOHNSTON (Crulkshank). - On March 25. at Korumburra Bush Nursing Hospital, Emily, beloved wife of George, late of War- ragul, aged 62 years.

JONES.-On March 24, at 20 Hammond street. Brighton, Lance, the dearly loved husband of Mary Jones. -May his soul lest In peace. (Private «tennent. No


JONES.-On March 24. at Brighton, Lance, loved son of the late J. M. and G. F. A. Jones, of Richmond. -Requlescat in pace,

KEAN.-On March 24, at Hampton, Janies, of 358 Hampton street. Hampton, dearly beloved husband of Evelyn, and darling daddy of Jimmie and Terry^, -Dearer to us than words can tell. w

KEAN.-On March. 24, at Hampton, James, of 356 JJampton street, Hampton, loved third son of James and Hannah Kean, and loving brother of William (deceased). Fred (de- ceased). Tom, Robert, Alex, and Jessie (Mrs. Darval). -In God's care.

KEAN.-On March 24, at Hampton. James, of 356 Hampton street, Hampton, loved son in-law of Mr and Mrs. Eisenberg, of West Preston. -Peacefully sleeping.

KEAN.-On March 24. at Hampton, James, of 356 Hampton street, Hampton, loved brother of Alex, and fond brother-in-law of Doris, and loving uncle of Ron and Val.

LANE. - On March 24, at Melbourne, George Alexander, husband of Emily Lane, loved father of Alma (Mrs. H. Murphy).

MACKAY.-On March' 25. at private hos- pital. Heidelberg, Annie Glen, beloved wife of the late James Mackay, loved mother of Glen (1st A.I.F., deceased)). Norman, Olive (Mrs W. Pearce), Hasel, and Lllfen (Mrs.

A. Williams).

MACKAY.-On March 25, at private bos- , pltal. Heidelberg, Annie Glen Mackay, loved mother-in-law of Alf Williams, dear grand jnother of Jim and Ann Pearce, Jill, and

TPeter Williams

McMAHON.-On March 25, at Eltham, Dr. John J. McMahon, 15 Princess street. Kew, beloved husband of the late Margaret Kate, and loving father of Captain J. G. (2nd A.I.F.), Christopher, and Audrey.

O'BRIEN.-On March 24, at his residence, 96 Pleasant road, Hawthorn East. Anthony, dearly beloved husband of Hilda, and loving father of Anthony Joseph, native County

Clare, Ireland. -Requiescat in pace.  


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PATERSON.-On March 24. at 25 Fair croft avenue. Glen Iris, 8.E,6. Martha, be- loved wife of tho late Thomas A., loving mother of Robin (W.A.), Willie (A.I.F., abroad), and Greta (Mrs. W. B. Swanton).

PATERSON.-On March 24, Martha, loved mother-in-law of Kath (W.A.), Joyce (de- ceased), and Bill (W. K. Swanton), loved nana of Robin and Ami Paterson, and Peter


PRETTY.-On March 25, at 14 Raleigh street, Essendon, Mary Marion, dearly be- loved wife of Ralph, and loving mother of Russell. Una (Mrs. Rollasen), and Eva (Mrs. Cross), aged 70 years.

PURTELL. - On March 23 (suddenly), John Gilbert, beloved husband of the late Ada Purtell, loved father of John and Evan, brother of James, Margaret Daniel, Ellen, Nora, Annie. William, and Sarah. -May his soul rest in peace.

REA.-On March 25, at St. Joseph's Con- vent. Havelock road, Hawthorn East, lister Mary Perpetua, In the 25th year of her religious profession. -Requlescat in pace.

REDDEN.-On March 24, at private hos- pital, Bacchus Marsh, Mary Agnes, beloved wife of Hugh, loving mother of Thomas and Kathleen (Mrs. McMahort), loving grand- mother of John, Ewan, Terry, Cletus, Tony, and Pat. mother-in-law of Tom and Eileen.


REGAN.-on March 24, William, relict of the late Mary Ann Regan (of Camperdown), aged 87 years. -Requlescat in pace.

RICHARDSON.-On March 25, at Dun- leary, Wilson street. Cheltenham, Frederick Joseph, the dearly beloved husband of Nannie, and loving father of Edna (Mrs. Kenneally), Benjamin (A.I.P., P.O.W.), and Sidney (R..A.A.F.), aged 69 years.

ROBERTS.-On March 22, at St. Vincent's Hospital. William R., loved son of Edith and tho late William, of Deer Park. -In

God's care.

ROBERTSON.-On Maich 23, at Pleasant Banks Station, via Goroke, Joy Margaret, dearly beloved wife of F. O. Robertson, and loved mother of Airlie, Peter, Heather, and


ROBERTSON.-On March 23, at Albury, Lillian Mary wife Stuart, and loving mother Stuart, Sheila, Mary and John, of Struan, Ettamogah, N S.W. (South Australian papers

please copy.)

SAUNDERS.-On March 21, at a private hospital. Adelaide, Leah Julia Saunders, lov- ing sister of Hannah, of St. Peters (S.A.), and Sophee (Mrs. Bowe), of Gladstone street. Belmore. Sydney, -At rest.

8EDAWIE.-On March 25, Leonard (Tofle), beloved husband of Lilian May, 566 Canning street, Carlton, loved father of Joan, Vera, Norna, Sylvia, and Noel.

SEDAWIE.-On March 25, Leonard (Tofle), loved son of Gamlle and the late Putrouney), Barbara (Mrs. J. Beebar), Philip (A.I.F., P.O.W.), Alice, and Mick (A.I.F.).

SEDAWIE. - Tofle, loving brother of Phillp, brother-in-law of Kathleen, uncle of Shirley, Maurice, Leonard, and Adele. -A patient sufferer at rest.

SMITH.- On March 23 (suddenly), at Ararat Hospital, Francis Joseph Smith, loved brother of Eileen, aged 40 years. - Re- quiescat in pace.

SWANN.-On March 25, at Royal Mel- bourne Hospital, Joseph, beloved husband of Hannah Swann, 72 Studley street. AbboU iord, and dearly loved father of Nellie (Mrs. J. Spivey), Clara (Mrs. G. Papworth), Laura (Mrs. S. Collins), Krmyn, and Walter (R.A.N.), aged 72 years.

TIMEWELL.-On March 25, at his resi- dence, 105 Park street, St. Kilda, Stephen George Timewell, dearly beloved husband of Frances, and loving father of Stephen and Valda (Mrs. M. Curtain). -Requiescat In pace. (No flowers by request.)

TIMEWELL.-On March 25, Stephen George Timewell, dearly loved father of Stephen and Addie, and devoted grandfather of Margaret. -Requiescat In pace.

TIMEWELL. - on March 25, Stephen George Timewell, dearly loved father of Valda and Michael Curtain. -Requiescat

in peace.

TREVASKIS.-On Marcia 24. Luev Sophia, dearly loved wife of Cyril Olive Trevaskls. of IB Wellington 6treet, Fleming;r", aged 32

years. -At rest.

TURNBULL.-On March 24, at 38 Hill street, Hawthorn, Jean, dearly loved daughter of James and the late Jean Turn- bull, loving sister of Jack and Tom. (Pri-

vate cremation.)

TURNBULL.-On March 24, «C 38 Hill street, Hawthorn, Jean, beloved fiancee of

Kmest Harrison.

WALTERS.-On March 25, at Women's Hospital. Alice Uly, beloved wife of John Robert Walters. 39 Simpson street, Dennis, and loved mother of John (P.O.W. Malaya), Reg, Arthur. Clifford (deceased), Norman, and Roy (A.I.F.), dear mother-in-law of Phil and Jess, dear nana of Dawn, Stanley, and Margaret, aged 66 years.

WHITE.-On March 24. at 428 Sturt street, Ballarat, Svdney Arthur, dearly loved hus- band of Maud, and loving father of Sibyl (Mrs. L. Shepherd). Reg (A.I.F.). Syd. Dorothy (Mrs. R. Fisher), ond Thelma (Mrs. K. J. McKenzie), aged 63 years.

ZEIS.-On March 24 -(suddenly), at his sister's residence, Raglan street, Dayles-  

ford, Carl Zeis, dearly beloved brother of

Catherine and Agnes, aged 78 years. -At



Roll of Honour-On Active Service BUNNING.-In alTectionote memory of VX105183. Gnr. Jack Bunning, killed In octlon, New Guinea. March 25, 1944. (The

Holland family.)

MANSON.-On June 1.' 1942. In Burma, VX32405, Clyne, 8th Dlv. Signals, dearly loved husband of Winifred, 26 Winifred street, Northcote, and dearly loved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manson. 23 Coora- minta street, Brunswick beloved brother of Jessie (Mrs. P. Boucher), Margaret (Mrs. E. Thorou eli good), and Alec.

VICKERS.-in loving memory of Pilot Offlcer John W. Vickers, who lost, his life In air operations In North Sea March 26. 1942. (A. E. and M. Vickers.)

HEARDSLEY.-In loving memory of our clear dad, passed awnv March 20. 1939. -Ever remembered. (Holly.)

BIGMORE.-In loving memory of my dear wife and loving mother, who passed away March 23. 1943. -Always lovingly remem- bered. (Inserted by her loving husband and


CANNING.-In loving memory of my dear father, Frederick S. Canning, who passed away March 26, 1944. (Inserted by his loving dnughter. Lola.)

COULTON.-In loving memory of my mother, who passed away March 25, 1944. -A long and useful life. (Inserted by her son, W. J. Auger, Healesville.)

COULTON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on March 25, 1944. (Inserted by Will, Uly, and Olive.)

COULTON.-In loving memory of aunt, who passed away March 25, 1944. -Lest we forget. (L. A. Gray.)

COULTON.-In fond memory oí my dear friend, who passed away March 25, 1944. -Always remembered. (Inserted by Mrs. F. Benson end family. Healesville.)

CHAMBERS.-In loving memory of my darling mother, who died March 24, 1939.


DAVIS.-In sad and loving memory of our dear father and mother, who died on February 26, 1939, and March 4, 1939, respectively. (Inserted by their sorrowing children, Morris, Joseph, and Leah.)

DAVIS.-In loving memories of my loved ones-father, died 1900: mother, 1927; Lizzie, 1891; Willie, 1920; Mary, 1928; Legia, 1931; Bis, 1933: Belle, 1939; Nassau, 1885. -Me- mories of happy fireside gatherings. (Al-


DUFFY.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Sarah, who passed away March 25, 1942. -Without farewell, she fell asleep, with only cherished memories for us to keep. (Clarrie, Bert, and family.)

GRAHAM.-In loving memory of our darling son, Walter Edward, who passed awav March 26, 1924. at Middle Park, re- sult of accident. -Loved by all. Not just today, but every dav, In silence we remember. (Iaserted by his loving mother and father.)      

MARTYR.-Loving memories of Ray, who passed away March 26, 1943. -Always re- membered bv his loving mother, Glad, Rube,

Cliff, and Bill.

PAUL.-In loving memorvy of my dear sister, Rita who passed away March 26, 1943. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by

Bill and Sylvia.)

ROBINS.-Emilie, passed on suddenly at Macedon, March 28, 1941. -A wonderful wife, mother, and citizen. We remember her beautiful life-its fragrance and its charm-they linger still. A devoted husband's tribute.

^ÄNÄmllle. died March 26. 1941

In loving remembrance of a revered wa devoted mother. -A garden of memories, fragrant and beautiful. To live in the hearts of those we love Is not to die. (Phyllis and Nance.)

KOPER.-In loving remembrance of M. A. Roper, who died on March 26. 1915, moUusr of Lena (deceased). Arthur, Alice (Mrs. Pinnock). Hilda (Mrs. Daly). (Inserted by her loving huEbond. A. H. Roper.)

SLOAN.-In loving^ memory of my dear husband. Ihomas Andrew, who passed oway March 26, 1941. -Always remembered by hie loving life and family.

YORK.-In loving memory of Bob. dear

husband of Betty.

ZIMMERMANN.-In loving memory of my father. George Francis, died on March 26, 1943. (InserT-ed by his daughter. Elsie.)


BLAKE -The Family of the late Mrs. Î^~.A" BLAKE wWi te- THANK all rela- tives and friends for their floral tributes, letters, and cards in sad bereavement. Will rrlendi kindly please accept this o s per fonal acknowledgement of our sincere gratl U,S&.. .20 Evans street, Brunswick.

BOLAND.-Mrs. D. BOLAND. 14 Corio street. Shepparton, wishes to tender her most grateful THANKS to MonMgnor Ma- honey, Rev. Father Collins. .Sisters of Mercy. Drs. Kennedy and Armstrong, matron and staff of Ambermero, Hospital, the Vibert family and staff, relatives, and friends, for wreaths, telegrams, letters, and cards also personal expressions of sympathy, iii her recent sad bereavement.


ANDERSON. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE ELIZABETH ANDERSON will i^i\f /ii4 Tennyson street. Elwood. THIS DAY (Monday), at 3.30. for the Melbourne Cemetery. Carlton. W. G. APPS PTY LTD . St. Kilda. LA1271 (2 lines).

ASHCROFT.-The Funeral of the lote Mr. WILLIAM JOSEPH ASHCROFT will leave 13 Maranoa crescent, Moreland. TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 10 a.m.. for Coburg Cemetery. K. TAYLOR & SON. Ivanhoe. JX1159.

"¿XWïi.-,,T10 Funeral of the late WILLIAM HENRY BARR, is appointed to leave Neerim Methodist Church, THIS DAY. at 2.30 p.m., for the Neerim Cemetery, ser- vice commencing st 2.15 p.m J. A. McGILTON PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors,

Warragul. Tel. 17.

BLAIR. - Tile Funeral of the late NOELA LYNETTE BLAIR will leave her parents' residence, 12 Ethel grove, Regent. THIS DAY (Monday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium, W. G RAVEN,


BRUCE.-The Funeral of the late PETER BRUCE will leave the Herbert King Memorial Chapel. 174 Lennox street. Rich- mond, THIS DAY (Monday), at 2 p.m., for Kew Cemetery. HERBERT KING & SONS, Richmond. J3462.

BRUCE. Duke of Richmond Lodge. No. 39 A., F.. and A. Masons. - The Brethren of the above Lodge and the Craft in general are requested to attend the Funeral of our late esteemed Bro. PETER BRUCE to the place of Interment, Boroondara Cemetery. The Funeral will leave King's Parlours. Len nox street Richmond, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m. R. H. WORTHINGTON. W.M.; W. W. GLEADELL Secretary.

CLARK. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH CLARK will leave 11 McCarron parade. Essendon. TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 10.30 a.m.. for the Fawkner Crematorium. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Essendon. FTJ1002.

COURTNEY.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOSEPH ALAN COURTNEY will leave Tobin's Parlours. 248 Glenferrie road. Mal- vern. TOMORROW (Tuesday. March 27). at 11 a.m.. for Springvale Cemetery. TOBIN BROS.. Malvern. U4720.

DATE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. AGNES DATE will leave the St. Arnaud railway station on arrival of the morning train, THIS DAY, for the St. Arnaud Cemetery. TOBIN BROS., Melbourne (F1294), In conjunction with W. KELL. St. Arnaud.

GARRETT.-The Funeral of the late Mr. MAURICE R. W. (Bill) GARRETT Will leave 66 Royal parado. Reservoir. THIS DAY, at 11 a.m., for the Preston General Cemetery. HENRY J. R. LEWIS. JA1086.

HOLDEN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ALICE MAUDE! HOLDEN, of 4 North street. Atcotvale, will leave the Congregational Church, Ascot vale road, Ascotvale, THIS DAY, after a short service commencing at 3.30 p.m.. for the Coburg Cemetery. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Moonee Ponds. FTJ5461.

JOHNSTON. - The Funeral of the late EMILY CECELIA JOHNSTON will leave the residence of Mrs. Chaffey, Thellcot road, Korumburra, THIS DAY. at 1.30 p.m.. for the Korumburra Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., 102 Toorak road. South Yarra. Windsor 66.

KEAN. - The Funeral of the late Mr. JAMES KEAN, of 356 Hampton street. Hampton, will leave the parlour of J. Monkhouse & Son, 122 Carpenter street, Brighton, THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m.. for the Fawkner Crematorium. J. MONKHOUSE & SON. Brighton, XA1162.

LANE.-The Funeral of the late GEORGE AI EXANDER. LANE will leave Sleight's chapel. St. Kilda road, Melbourne. THIS DAY (Monday) at 3.30 p.m., for the Mel- bourne Crematorium, Fawkner. A, A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD.

MACKAY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs, ANNIE GLEN MACKAY will leave Sleight's chapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Monday), after a service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Brighton Cemetery. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626.

¡WeMAHON.-The private Funeral of the late Dr JOHN J. MCMAHON will leave Her- bert King memorial chapel 174 Lennox st., Richmond, at 3.30 p.m. THIS DAY (Mon- day), for Springvale Crematorium. HER- BERT KING & SON, Richmond. J3462.

O'BRIEN. - Requiem Mass for the re- pose of the soul of the late Mr. ANTHONY O'BRIEN will be celebrated at Our Lady of Victories' Church, Burke road. Camber- well, THIS DAY (Monday), at 8 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at 3 p.m. for the Melbourne General Cemetery. Carl- ton. MULQUEEN & SONS PTY. LTD. Phone FW1746.

PATERSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARTHA PATERSON will leave 25 Falrcroft avenue Glen Iris, THIS DAY (Monday), after a servlco commencing at 3 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. LE PINE and SON. JA1104.

PRETTY. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY MARION PRETTY will leave 14 Raleigh street. Essendon, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for the Bulla Ceme- tery. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Essen- don. FU1002.

PURTELL. - The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN GILBERT PURTELL will leave l8 Jervois street. 8t. Kilda. THIS DAY (Mon- day) at 3.30 p.m., for the St. Kilda Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD.. 102 Toorok road. South Yarra. Windsor 66.

REA. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Sister MARY PER- PETUA will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Convent, Havelock road. Hawthorn East, THItS DAY ÏMonday), at 9 a.m. The Funeral will leave the convent at 3 p.m. for the Box Hill Cemetery. MULQUEEN &. SONS PTY. LTD, Phone FW1740.

REDDEN. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY REDDEN will leave St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church, Bacchus Marsh, THIS DAY (Monday), et 3 p.m.. for the Maddingley Cemetery. LIONEL SIMPSON, Funeral Director. Phone Bacchus Marsh 133.

REGAN. - Relatives and Friends of the late WILLIAM REGAN, of Camperdown, are respectfully requested to note that his Funeral cortege Is timed to arrive at the Camperdown Cemetery at 2 p.m. THIS DAY (Monday, March 26). GEORGE GARNET JAMES. Phone Colac 52.

RICHARDSON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. FREDEÍRICK JOSEPH RICHARDSON will leave the parlour of W. D. Rose and Bon. 241 Charman road. Cheltenham. TO MOFJiCW at 1J «..m., for the New Chelten haiA fVmetery. Holloway road. W. D. ROSE «te SON, Cheltenham. Phono 42 Chelt.

ROBERTSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. JOY MARGARET ROBERTSON Will leave Alfred Allison's parlours, 488 Wil- liam street (near Victoria street). West Melbourne, THIS DAY (Monday), at 11 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. ALFRED ALLISON, West Melbourne. F5480. In conjunction with E'.. II. BYE, Horsham.

SEDAWIE. - Tlie Funeral of the late LEONARD (Tofle) SEDAWIE will leave 506 Canning street. Carlton. THIS DAY (Mon- day. March 26), at 1.30 p.m., for the Borrondara Cemetery, Kew.- LE PINE & SOW. JA1104.

SWANN.-The Funeral of the late Mr JOSKPH SWANN will leave 72 Studley street. Abbotsford, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m. for Now Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner J. TAYLOR & SON, Ivanhoe. JX1159.

TIMEWELL.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr STEPHEN GEORGE TIMEWELL will be celebrated at Our Lady of Dejours' Church, Cowderoy street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Monday), at 9 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at 3.30 p.m. for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton. TOBIN BROS. Mel- bourne. F1294.

TRËVASK1S.- The Funeral of the late Mrs. LUCY SOPHIA TREVASKIS will leave l8 Wellington stieet, Flemington. THIS DAY (Monday), i at 11.30 a.m.. for the Coburg Cemetery! TOBIN BROS.. Mel-

bourne. F1294. '

WALTERS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ALICE LILY WALTERS will leave Taylor's chapel 81 Heidelberg road. Ivanhoe. TO- MORROW (Tuesday), after a service, com- mencing at 1.30 p.m., for Melbourne General Cemetery. Carlton. E. TAYLOR & SON, Ivanhoe. JX11C9. , . ,

WHITE. - The Funeral of the late SYDNEY ARTHUR WHITE, of 428 Sturt street, Ballarat, will leave Christ Church, Ballarat, THIS DAY (Monday), after a ser- vice commencing at 2.15, for the Ballarat New Cemetery. F. W. BARNES & SON, Ballarat. Phone 79.