BAWDEN (nee Ralton) -on September 5 it Mmauk (SA), m Hase! wi'e of t/lwln II Bawden-« son (Alan Edwin)
PERGGY (nee Evelyn Hodges) -On September 10 , .t Jasslo Mcpherson Hospital to Mr Mid Mrs B T Bercsy-a daughter (Susan Doro*!!)!
BROOKSBANK.—On September 4, at Charle- mount private hospital, Potts Point Sydney, to Mr and Mrs Alan Brooksbank—a son.
BROWN -On September " to Durren w Ife ot lieutenant Ouy Ashlej Brown 11 s. N - a son
BURROWS -On Septe-nber 13 at rpworlh pr"\ate hospital to Mr and Mrs. A. S. Burrows, Pilley street East Et Kilda-twin daughters
BURROWS (nee Gladys Ansett) -On September ( at Maratta Bunn lill! to Mr and M» S F Burrow*-a ton (John Barratt)
CARTER-On Septerrber 11 at Jessie McPher M3> Hospital to Mr and Mrs I vv Carter, Melbourne rood Frankston-a daughter
CHAMBERS (nee Muriel Ridgway) -On Sep- tember 13 at Sister Kerrins a private hospital Bendigo to Mr and Mrs Paris Chambers Ben- digo - a son (Robin)
COAD (Flora Sheridan) -On fcepte-nber 9, at Antrat «nd District II «pltal lo M- and Mrs P if Cood, Holl\dcnc Mosstin-n son (Jcur tMUClU)
COMBEN- \t Marcus Saltaj House \Urnun boot, lo Mr and Mrs C M Comben-a di»i ghter
CUST (nee Constance Willett)-On September 13, at Padua House to Mr and Mrs J W Cust. 33 Cosham street Brighton-a daughter
FORGE.-On beptembi- 11 nt Mero Hospital <a> Ina, wita or Keith-ii daughter (Ann Charlna Forge) (DoUi well )
FRASER (nee Petrie) -On Auirust "" at st it Hospital Kew to Mr and M " "
Ben-na chlr Mayonx rood Montmorency -e> san (Iain MacOmror)
CARTLAN -On August 23 at Kin Ora prtiate «?petal Hamilton to Marlon wt'i of lohn - Oaruan, Koolomurt West Harrow-a daughter
GODFREY (nee Betty Crawford) -On September t*. to Mr and Mrs Arthur Godfrey 3 Holmwood ?Natue, Brighton-« daugbte
GOUGH-On August 27 to Phyllis wife of R. W Gough, Royston Branxholme-a daughter
HISKINS. - On September 8, to Mr and Mrs Jack Hiskins, of Rutherglen - son (stillborn).
HOLDENSON (nee Anderson) -On September 7 a» Mercy Hospital East Melbourne to Mr and Mrs. E. P. Holdenson Dandenong road Windsor -.daughter (Margaret Marea)
HURLE-On September C at \erdrew prix ate I-KUI, to Mr and Mrs A R Hurle-a son
KINGSHOTT (nee Sylvia Parke). –On Septem- ber 13, at Nooralie private hospital, Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kingshott, 74 Hall street, Ormond –a daughter (Janice Louise).
LOUTIT (nee James) -On September St at St. Oaom*» Hospital Kew, to George and Lillian Lautlt, of Kyom parade North Balwyn, a daugh- ter (Wandy Joy)
McCAHON -On September « at Airlie prhate -Hat, to Marjorie wife of Oeorge McCahon,
street, iTanhoe-a son (James)
McCONKEY (nee Brooks) -On September C at
Andrew a. East Melbourne to Mr and Mrs H. Mcconkey, of US Noble street Newtown
McNEICE (nee Sleight) -[By Cable 1 - On Aarut al at Singapore to Lola, wife of W O A McNeice-- a son (Shane Terance) (Both well )
MILNE.-On September 13, at St Oeorge s Hos latai. Oetham road, to Treva, wife of Lewis Milne
O'CONNELL.--On September 10, at Mena House, to Ann, wife of Allan E. O'Connell, 37 Elgin
street, Hawthorn---a son.
PROVAN (ate Neeso Paterson).-On September K'ltW. Andmr'i Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Floran, Crest avenue, Balwyn-a soo. (Both vrtl.)
RAHILL, (nee Margaret Godsell) -On Septem ktr 10, at Kyneton, to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rahill. East Trentham-a »on.
RENKIN-On September 12, at Epworth, to Mr. .ad Mra, R. Renkln-» ton.
RICHES.-On September 12, at Airlie privat« hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Riches, ol Otter tnfton (TOT*. Ivanhoe-a son.
ROBERTSON (Beryl Landrigan).-On September 7, at Jaule Mcpherson Hospital, to Mr. and His. A. B. Robertson, oí 12 Royal avenue, Essen- don. W.C-a daufliter (Kerry Margaret). (Both .au.)_ 1
SARTORI (nee Lucy Freeman).-On September
4, at Guildford private hospital, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Satori--a daughter. (Both well).
SCHMIDT (nee VI Mitchell).-On September 11, Ht Jessie Mcpherson Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. a. Schmidt-a son (Geoffrey Harold).
SIMS (nee Edna Payne).-On September 10, at OuUdford, Camberwell, lo Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sin», Hartwell-a son (Ivan Malcolm).
STAHL (nee Steel) -On September 10, at Ep- worth Hospital, to Elaine, wile of Lieutenant F. B. Stahl, AIP.-a ton (Frederick Edwin).
STEWART (nee Joy Houston) -On September 12, at Cambrai private hospital, to Lieut and Mrs K.O. Stewart--a daughter (beverley Joy), (Both
TAYLOR (nee Isa Rodger).-On September 6, at Sutton Veny, Chatswood, to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Taylor, Longueville (N S.W.)-a daughter. (Both well.)
THOMAS (nee Ann Davis) -On September 10, at Bush Nursing Hospital. Kerang, to Mr.
WATSON (nee Evelyn Rose).--On September 10
at Avonne private hospital. Belgrave, to Mr. and Mra. F. Watson. Walter street, Tecoma-« son (Mon Godfrey David). (Both well.)
WILKINSON (nee Winifred Paget) -On S*pt*m bnr 6, at Cambrai private hospital. East St Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. Noel F, Wilkinson, of Burwood -^.aop (Rodney John). (Both well.)
WILLIAMS (nee Sadie Corrie) -On August 30, to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Williams-a daughter (Maureen Corrie).
BACON-SANDS. - The engagement la
rxranced of Constance Mnry, daughter of the late W. J. and Mrs. M. Bacon, of Bondi, to Richard Leith (A.I F.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sands, of Dee Why
BECK-HUTCHISON -The engagement la an- nounced of Nunee. younger daughter of Mr. and
Hutchison, Tho Grove, Moreland.
CORDY-BARR -The engagement is announced of Edna Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. A. Cordy, Malmsbury, to Clyde Alexander, only son of Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, Sunbury.
HIATT-BARNES. - Tile engagement Is an naunead of Adelaide May, only child of Mr. and Mrs. C, O. Hiatt. Queen street, Altona, to Lionel, aveond son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Barnes, Queen .Met. Altona.
KERFERD-MONSBOURGH. - The engagement is announced of Fifi Reid, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kerferd, of Ferntree Gully road, Notting Hill, to Lindsay Gordon, eldest son of
Mrs. E. Monsbourgh, and the late Mr. E. Mons borough, of 4 and 6 Bridge road, Richmond.
MITCHELL- MORKHAM.-The engagement Is announced of Phyllis Frances, onh daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. Mitchell. 32 Sackville street. Kew. to Kenneth Blackmore (R.A.A.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. c. Morkham, 1 Elphin grove, Hawthorn.
PARRATT-STEPHENS. - Tho . engagetnxnt to announced of Kalo Welton Parratt, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and tho late Mrs. E. L. Parratt. of Greensborough, to Leslie stuart stephen« fifth ra of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. stephens, of wandlll
STREET-THOMAS.-The engagement le an- nounced of Joyce Winifred, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs, F. Street, Mercury street. Caulfield, to Jatk-Marshall Thomas (A I.V.), elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Thomas, Point Nepean road, H «ternwlck. _^^^_
MARKHAM-CLAYTON-On April 0 at Metho- dist Church Elsternwick by Rev R Williams Hilary Norman youngest son of Mr and Mrs Markham Ormond, to Lillian vounrer daughter of Mr and Mrs L Ii Clavton Eumerella -rou Caul OeU
MELDRUM-GEER. - On August 17, at St.
James's, Orbost, by Rev. J. Sansom, Isobel Elizabeth, only daughter of Mrs. Geer, Gladstone street, Orbost, and the late S. Geer, to Robert,
second son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrum, of
REEVES—STANWAY. —On September 4, at Hoban Chapel, Wesley Church, Melbourne, Elsie Margaret daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Stanway, Paynes- ville, to Thomas T. Reeves, of 4 Calvert street, Colac.
SHAW-WILLIAMSON-On August 20, at the Hawthorn Presbyterian Church Henry Shaw of Ballarat and Alice Muriel daughter of the late Andrew and Laura Williamson of Ballarat.
STATHAM-COLE - On August 3t at Ken.
alniton (Johannesburg Bouth Africa) Methodist Church Winifred Muriel second daughter o! Mis M J and the late Mr II J Cole formerly ol East Brunswick, to Samuel Statham of Johannes bore South Africa
STOCKS-CLAYTON-On August 17 at Mctho dtat Church Elsternwick by Rev R Williams ?award Joseph elder »on of Mr* Stocks and the late Mr B. Stocks o( Glen Iris, to Gwynne Eliza beth, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs L H Clay-
ton Eumerella road Caulfield
SMITH-BLIGHT -On September 15 1915, at Holy Trinity Church Murtoa, by Rev J Red- mond. Rena daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. T Blight of Murtoa, to James son of the late Mr and Mrs W. Smith of Murtoa (Present address, The Busy Bee, Duncan street, Murtoa )
WOODWARD-TAYLOR- Mr, and Mrs A O Woodward (nee Tavlor) have pleasure in announc ln* the 2Sth anniversary of their wedding which Til celebrated by the Rev Hugh Jones at Pres byterian Church Mordialloc on September IS Ifls (Present address Binney street Euroa V )
Mr and Mrs A W TREMEWEN wish to espress
Roll of Honour - On Active Service McMILLAN-Oil September 8 (result of gun not wounds In air raid - - . -. Jnd Air -Deeply Heiel and E Bostock )
BARRY.--On September 12, at St. Margot's private hospital, Brighton, late 29 Ellington street, Caulfield, Agnes Grieve, widow of Thomas, beloved mother of Thomas (deceased) Elizabeth I (Mrs S Battley) and Agnes O Sinclair loved sister of Isabel (Mrs Wllllim Hay deceased) aged 81 vears -Peace perfect peuce (Privatelv Interred Sep
teaber 13 )
BENNETT -On August "5 at Wellington (N Z ) Jane Sklpscy beloved wife of the late Phillip Bennett and loved mother of Jack (deceased late AJ F ) Alan (deceased) eldest daughter of the lal« John and Jane Couts (Bendigo) fond sister of Charlotte (Mrs Loudon Eaglehawk) Tom Dale (deceased) Polly (deceased) Jack (deceased) vic- toria (deceased) Madge (Mrs Devine Mordialloc)
-In Gods care
BROWN-On September 12 (suddenly) at pri- vate hospital. Brighton Margrita May the be- loved wife of William H Brown (of 49 Ebden street Elsternwick) and loved mother of Gwenda. also loved daughter of Samuel Newell and loved sister of Eric (W A ) -At peace
BRUCE.--A tribute to the memory of Mr. L. S. Bruce, who passed away on September 8. (In- serted by Old Tasmanian Association.)
CARTER.-On September 11, ot Beale Park, Clunes,' Rhoda, dearly lo. ed sister-1 n-law of Fred maa Ada Carter, tuid loved aunt oí Jostle (Mrn. J. Stickland; and Win. -Peace, perfect peace.
COOK.-On . September 12, ot Werragul Hos- pital, Anno Margaret, laved daughter of Thomas E. and Mai? Cook, loving sister ui Thomas,, Mary, Donald, and Allan, aged 6 yean*.
CUNNINGHAM.-On September 13, Charles, youngest son of the late George Cunningham, of Geelong, and husband of D. Cunningham, Mel-
DEANS,-On September 13. at his residence, Kytoe, Meredith, the dearly loved husband of Cathe J ' Deans, arJ -* J --«-- -* *-- --?*
nt. and ki
FRASER. - On September __. ... _ llpuae, dlia Jane, beloved wife of the late J a men Fraaer, loving mother of Arthur (deceased, A.I.F.), Jamas (deceased). Walter (deceased, A.I.F.), Peter, Amy (Mrs. Jacobaon). and Alan, aged 73 years.
GORDON.-On September 12, at Maldon, Eliza- beth Jane, beloved wife of the late Donald, loving mother of Jane (Mrs. Skinner), Mabel (Mrs. Col
GUNNER.-On September 8, at a private hospital, 3mbenrell, H. Jabea Gunner, the proud and
truncate srandlatber of Florence, Glen, and Hoben. Both, Margaret, Helen, and Edith, Don, Ombam, and Dorothy, Ala " ah*n ytwr teed and your
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GUNNER -On September 8, passed &w*y tit Camberwell, I!enr> Jabes Ounner. JP., P J5 CR , an «-»termed member of the Perseverance Teat, Prahran. (Inserted by officers and memb*e* of Perseverance Tent l
HARMER -On September 12, at Dltrboola, Krn,
loved husband of Jean, losing father of Malcolm. I Robin, and Oeoïïro
HARRISON -On September 10, at Heidelberg. Vlrtor, beloved husbnnd cf Elsie, loving father of Joan und Jim, loved brother c[ Queen and Acnes, joungeM. w>n of the late J.mra and Emma Harri- son (Prtvatclv lnterrrt it-pumbtr 12 ï
HARTRICK---On September 12 (result of acci-
dent), Henry Hartrick, of Walhalla, dearly be-, loved husband of Margaret Hartrick. and beloved father of Sylvia, Eileen, John, and Harry-Peacefully sleeping.
HARTRICK-On September 12 (result of acci-
dent) Hcnrv beloved father of Svlvia and father- ln-law of Horrie Durham, Station street, Aspendale, and loving pa of ..... and Jean
HARTRICK - Hciirj. Io;in» father cf Elire i, I and father-in-law of Dca O'Connor, and loving 1*» of Vic Patrtrla Joan, Tons. Marte, and Eileen -Called home . i
HITCHCOCK-On September 13. at private hcr
Pltal, Ballarat, Catherine Em inn. Hitchcock, of1
ern Villa, Hunlmone, beloved fifth daughter of the late Edmanl and Mar> Httchcock, of Grenville, and lovod fist er of Jessie (Mra J. E Dunstan)
Charles Lottie (Mrs L Garzardt, Marj. Elisabeth (Mrs J. Baillie), Albert. Ewen, Margaret (Mr«.. W Freeman), and Evella (Mrs H Walker'.
HUNT-CK September T, at his rtJldcncc. "'ö
Lygon street, North Carlton, William, dearly bc-1 lmed husband of Mary, lovIns father of Moj u J and Hill, and dearly lev ed brother-in-law cf Annie Hunt -Requlescat In pace
HUNT-A tribut« of rwpoi't and a token of wteera to the memory of the late Joseph E. Hunt (Prom the trustees oî the Burwood Ceme- try.)
JACK-On September 12. at his residence. Barkley street, Uenalla, William, the loved hus- band of Marj Ellen Jock, oged B2 years.
JAMES-On September 11, at White Lodfe Molesworth street. Kew, Ethel, youngest daughter of the lato Thomas and Mar> Hood and deaily loved sister of Eveline (Mrs Thomas Woods). Ger- trude (Mrs J. E. Maxwell), and William, and sin ter-ln-law of Minnie (Mrs W Hood). -Peace- fully sleeping. (Privately Interred Fcntember 12 )
JAMES -On September 11, at White Lodge. Moles- worth street, Kew Ethel Charlotte Waldron, loved sister-ln-lnw of Maude Thomas, and loved aunt of Gwynn et li.
JENSEN -Ou September 6 (suddenly). Conrad Peter, the dearly beloved eldest son of the late II P. and A M. Jensen, late of Albert Park and Eitiroy, loving brother of Henry (deceased), Lena (Mrs G conto Perugia. West Parkville), Sydne> (deceased), Laura (Mrs Frank Hemlm, carnegie)
JENSEN-Oit September 6 (suddenly) Conrad Peter loving uncle of Lily (Mr» E J Waterford Moonee Ponds) Allan, Keith and talda Heming
Carnegie -At rest
JUDSON (nee Jean Loughlin). —On September 13, at her residence, 11 McCulloch street, Essendon, Christina dearly loved wife of the late John James, and loving mother of Charlie (deceased), Marianne (deceased), Jack (deceased), Jane (Mrs. Geo. Hall), Mary (Mrs. S. Stephens), Albert, George, Ern, Doris (Mrs. W. Darbyshire), and Fred. —Our wonderful mother.
KELLY. —On September 11, at St. Arnaud, William Mark, eldest son of Mechael and Jessie Kelly (of Geelong East), and loved brother of
Elsie (Mrs. Dudderidge), Beatrice (Mrs. Keragan, Percy, Jessie (Mrs. Pilkington), and Mabel (Mrs. Harrison), late of Cole street, Elwood and Geelong.
—R.I.P. (Interred on September 13, at New Cheltenham Cemetery after Requim Mass at St. James', Gardenvale.
LEWIS. —On September 11, Marion Elizabeth, of 11 Balmoral crescent Mont Albert, beloved friend of A Roberts (late of The Wattles Healesville)
LIEBICH-A loving tribute to the memory of Miss b Licblch «ho died at Hawthorn, August 26 (Faithful friend and confrere of N Allen E. Roden O Anderson and F Green )
LUFF-On September 11 at Adelaide (S.A ) Alice daughter of the late William and Fanny Luff of Talbot (V ) loving sister of Emma (Mrs W J Phelan Maryborough), Charles (Adelaide) Fanny (Mrs W Beresford Glenferrie) and Maude (Mrs W E Rodgers Gardiner)
LUFF. –On September 11 (suddenly), at Adelaide, South Australia, Alice Mary, late of Talbot, Vic- toria, loved sister of Mrs. Emma Phelan, Mary- borough, Victoria.
MAHER. –On September 11, at her home at Cosgrove South, Mary, widow of Matthew and mother of Kate (Mrs. Conway), Will, Jim, Babe, Stasia (Mrs. O'Brien), Mat, and Margaret (Mrs.
MARTIN (nee Jones). –On September 13, at 844 Burke road, Canterbury, Florence Amelia Martin.
McCALL. –On September 13 (suddenly), Richard,
beloved husband of Eva, of 20 Burt avenue, Beau- maris loving father of Agnes (Mrs Brenton) Eric
Je*m and David aged 82 j cars
McRAE.---On September 12, at Audley street, Rutherglen, Mary McRae, daughter of the late Mar- garet and Duncan McRae of Rutherglen and Sis ter of Jessie (Mrs Brlx) Margaret (Mrs Baker)
Bella (Mrs W Baker deceased) Walter and Duncan -Peacefully sleeping
MEAGHER-On September 12 Joy our much
loved friend aged l8 j ears (inserted by nil her friends Woven Dept Mvers)
MITCHELL-On September 13 at his residence 94 Eskdale road Caulfield James McKune dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Mitchell and loved father of Leslie (Sydney) aged 8 jears -At
MOODIE-On September 11, at Geelong Laura tie dearlj loved wife of William Moodie JP. lt> Bostock avenue Geelong West and formerly of Bannockburn and devoted mother of Ernest (deceased) Thomas David Lily Bessie Ruby Florence and Irene (deceased) aged 85 years (Interred Bannockburn Cemetery September 13 )
MORONEY -On September 11 at his residence, 7 Malakoff street, Caulfield, Timothy J beloved husband of Mary Jane and loved father of John (deceased) Maurice, Jim, Gavan, Allan, Ted, Sep, Dennis, Alice (deceased) Mary (Mrs Farrell) and Anastasia loving grandpa of Dennis Farrell and Valma Moroney, late Avenel and Leongatha
MORONEY--On September 11 at his residence 7 Malakoff street Caulfield, Timothy J dearly loved son of the late Patrick and Bridget Moroney of Avenel, loved brother of Mary Ann (Mrs C. Hanley deceased), Ellen (Mrs J Hanley Leon- gatha), Patrick (deceased), and Cecelia (Mrs T. Clohesy, deceased) -R.I.P.
MORETON-OT September 10 at Singapore passed peacefully on QMS Sydney William More ion HE aged 4o >e»n» -A gallant gentleman (English papers please copy )
NOONAN-On September 12 ot Bendigo after short illness, John Noonan of Redesdale, lo lng husband of Marj and loved father of John (de ceased) o«ed 71 years -R I P
O'HARA-On September li, at her residence, 9 Howe crescent Albert Park, Catherine Malone, dearlj loved wife of Tames Andrew, and loving mother of Eileen, Frank (deceased). Brenda, Loma, Jack, and Margaret aged G2 years -RIP (Pri- vately interred, Fawkner Cemetery September 12 )
PATTINSON-On September 13, passed peace fully was, at her residence, 67 Orrong road, Elsternwick late of Footscray Mary Jane, loved wife of the late Robert Pattnson, loved mother of Henry (deceased) Alma. Bertha, Wilson, Lyn, George, Tom Joe and Gil -Resting
PATTINSON-On September 13, at 67 Orrong road Elsternwick Mary Jane, loving mother of Tom and Vera, dear grandma of Julie Ann,
PHAYER -On September 13, at the residence of her daughter, 90 Molesworth street. North Mel- bourne, Margaret Crawford, relict of the late Wil- liam Phaycr (late of Foster) loved mother of Will
Edward (deceased), Mary (Mrs Anderson), Charlie (Violet Town), Jessie (Mrs Cheatle), Eileen (Mrs Stewart), In her 92nd year. (Foster paper, please copy)
PHILLIPS -- On September 6. at Manh
(N S W ), Jane> Phillips, loving mother of Jessie, Nance, and Roy (deceased) formerly of Mel- bourne (Loving tribute to the memory of a life- long friendship. Margaret Webber. Seville, Vic ).
RALPH (nee Cox) -On September 8. at private 'hospital Louisa Marla, of 34 Nicholson street, East Coburg loved wife of the late George John, and beloved mother of Rosalie, Daisy, and Bernard (Privately Interred )
ROSCROW.- On September 13, Ada, loved wife of the late James Roscrow, Bendigo, loving mother of Edgar (deceased), Laura (Mrs J Foster), and
ROWLANDS -On September 7 Annie the dearly loved wife of the late Rev L J Rowlands, loving tmother or Cwlad>s (demised). Bert (South Africa), Ijlm (detected), Gwen (Mrs Frank Webb), Mervyn
(South Africa) Trtvor (Perth), and DJljs, In her 75th year
SCALES-To my de-vr brother-iu-.a>ir. Harry. -Kind nlwaijs (Mora Redgrave)
SCALES -We mark the passing of our fellow member and friend, Harry Thomas beales C T A. sub-branch, R S S and AILA, Volunteer Corps (Robt. C. Grieve)
SMITH-Noel Richard, of Alberton, loving hus- band of Bertha, and second son of the late Adam Smith, of Hynam (South Australia), and loving father of Newton, Adam, Nonie (Mrs Cockram), Andrew, Robert (R.A.A.F.). Ian, aged 59 years. (Naracoorte papers please copy)
SMITH-On September 6 (suddenly), Catherine Smith, of No 1 Bent street, Bentleigh, widow of the late Janus Smith and loving mother of Ernie,
George, Gordon, and Nellie (Mrs Bagot), and,
grandma of Ian
SMITH-On September 0 (suddenly), Catherine; Smith, of No 1 Bent street. Bentleigh loved mother
of Nell and mother-in-law of Vic, 30 Fitzroj . street, bt Kilda -Darling mum
STEVENS-On September li at his residence iVllliain beloved son of Na' - ""-' street Tiaralgon. and latí brother ot Jolin (deceosod)
STOCKS-Oi September li at a private hw pi tal Turramurra Mary Ellen beloved wife of Thornes Alfred Stocks of Wahroonga and loved mothe of Dr Alfred Stocks (of Young) Audrev Phyllis Stocks (Wahroonga) Clive Bowden (Jack) Stocks (Fiji) and loved sister of William James Bowden (of Melbourne) also the late John Chirles Bowden (A I F killed in action France 1916 )
TABART - On September 13 Fredric Gerard the dearly loved husband of Grace Elizabeth Tabart of 14 Yarra Grove Hawthorn, and loving father of Dulcie, Clive, Max. Kelvin and Winsome aged 72 years (private interment.)
TAYLOR -On ScplemifT 12, at Royal Melbourne Hospital William George Taylor of 9 Peel street, Newport and Ute of Victorian Rallwa>s beloved bur bai d of the Inte christina dearly loved father
of william (decen ed). Winifred (Mrs F Plnck ue>) George i nd Ruby (Mrs J Gerrin») ned
THOMSON -On September 12 ct Colaba private li ¡spital Elstern* Ick Catherine dearly beloved «lie of Sidney and loved mother of Edle (Mrs B H Chapman) Nell (Mrs A H Scott) Lal (Mrs E Martin) and Charlie late of Kyneton and Caulfield aged 8" years
TRESTRAIL (nee Richardson) -On September 12, at 38 Power street Williamstown Sara Ann beloved sister of Louisa (Mrs W H Gurney7 Alice Lille (Mrs A B Wilson) Ada (Mrs Roach) mid May -Resting
WATTZ (neo Clow) -On SepUmber 10 et 1er residence 303 Beath road Black Rovk Fann> the dtarli beloved wilt of the late Frederick Watt
pud loving mother or Winnie Mrs A C Jo LS Jpct (deceased) Tom Fred Harry Alf Jim an 1 Fannr (Mrs A C Hide) -peace perfect peaic (interred prlvalcl> on September 11 )
Fannv mother In law of Arthur loud grandma of baby Fred -The long day closes (Inserted bv her son In law Arthur )
WHIGHT-On August 20 Lucy beloved sister of the late James Whight loved aunt of Cecil and great-aunt of Gillian, Merricks
WHITE-On September 11 David T White of 3 Munro street Black Rock loving husband of Eliza
beth, lather of Thurza (Yan Yean) and Percival (Svdney)
WILKS-On September 13 (suddenlj) at hh ertdence Napier street Maryborough Walte .oi^ph beloved husband of Elizabeth Wilks and loved father of Len Charle«, Gwen Walter, and Dorothy (Mrs Vine») and loved grandfather cf Marjorie and Kathleen Wilks and Diana Vin« aged « years. (Private Mrtemen*.)
Roll of Honour - On Active Service
WHICKER-In loving mcfflon of my husband,
Forgotten your three little word3,
Forget me not
Also my beloved ron Bertie Walter Whicker, who returned second lieutenant In the Flying Corps and was killed while still serving in on aeroplane accident at Point Cook on the 6th April
, ANDFRSEN -In loving mernoo c1 my dearly Moved husband and our devoted father who passed peacefully away on September 14 1938
ANDERSON - Our father, Robert Mitchell An- derson, September 14, 1930 (Lema Robinson j Brighton, and Ruby Shennan-Launceston )
Unstrted by his # lov ing_
| June, and Jack )
ANDERSEN-In loving memorj of our dear ! father and grandpa who passed away Septembei
14 1938 -Sadly missed (Inserted bv his loving son. dnughtcr-in-law, und grandchildren,
AUGUSTINE-In fond memory of Mary Louis«, darling mother of Elenor and Theo Foster, who !wrnt to rest September 14. 1925
BREHENEY -In loving memory or my dear ,jusb*ric" ' . .- . .
His life was full of ti nely dteds, A helping hand for all In need
husband, who passed away on september 15, 19J9.
His life was full of tin c1 y dteds A helping hand for all In need
A wonderful memory left behind
nserted by his loving wife and famll> )
BRIGGS -In lovmg memorj of my beim ed tid, Jack, and Bettv s daddj, who passed at the Repatriation Hospital CauJIleld Sep
One of the kindest one of ti o best
A beautiful memory Is all that Is left ! -(Inserted by his loilng wife Amby)
BROWN -In loving memory of John who died at Brighton Sent^^cr 14 1930 (Inserted by his Alfe and son Phillip)
BRYAN-In loving memory of our dear mother Henrietta who passed awaj at Surrej Hills on
September IS 1938
Oht for the touch or a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still
-(Inserted by her sons and daughter John Jim Bert and Mary-Mrs Morgan *}
CAMPBELL-C «rialied memories of our dear mother Elisabeth Blanche who passed awaj .Sep- tember 14 1927 a-t held b> her son and three
CASBOLT-In loving memory of Alan who passed away September' 14 1P33 -Alway rantin bered (inserted by his parents and brothers )
CLINCH-In loving memory of Ldwnrd Charles lovln« and devoted husband of Helen loving father of Ethel (dereaeed) Orace (Mrs J O Adair)
dear father In law of G ii bei t (deceased 1st AIF ) who parsed away September 14 1939
COHEN-A tribute or deepest loving memory of my dear husband Jo who w s tnktn suddenly from ma September 15 1930 - Aft-r 35 of the happiest j ears a woman co*ild ever wish for one who mad*» each daj worth llvlr y Also mi only child Jock (Teh) whose bright young life was »Iven In the service rt hin country M ireh 4 Ifll7 -A sad and lonelv wife and mother (Olive Cohen Ormond road Elwood )
DARE.--In loving memory of my dear mother and Nana, who passed away September 15, 1939. Sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving daughter Mavis and Albert, and grandchildren, June and Peter)
DEAN -In loving memory of our dear mother Elisabeth Dean who passed away at Mentone on September 15 1939 -In God s keeping (Inserted b> her daughters and son Hannah Ma>- Mrs Ventura Lillie Agnes and Robert Wulla
DOBSON-In loving mernoo cf Noel who as called lo higher service on beptember 34
1938 loved ton of Frank and Sara brother of len Gwen Des Ken pal if Auntie Grace and
FIDDYMENT-In loving memory of our dear sister Gertrude who passed away September 14 -Lovingly remembered (Inserted by Will Alice and Maud )
FOLEY-in memory of my dearly beloved wife, BUen Pauline «ho passed away at Aacottale Bot*l on september IB 1937 -Always remembered. (Inaarud bj her tarlo« fcmband Denis )
FOLEY -In loving memory of my dear elster. Nell, who pasaed away at the Ascotvale Hotel on September 16, 1837 -Always remembered Beauti- ful memory that Is left (inserted by her loving sister, Lucy B Mill )
FOX-in loving memory of our grandma, Helen, who passed away on September 14, 1933 -Time may pass but memories linger (Inserted ' Gregory and family )
GREIVES -In lovinf memory of my dear wife and our mother who passed away on september IS 1034 (Inserted by her husband, daughter. Maisie and sons, Roy and Herbert )
HICKS -In loving memory of my beloved hus- band and our dearly loved father. Samuel, who passed away at Thornbury on September 14 1132 -So dearly loved, so sadly missed (Inserted by his lov lug wife and family )
HOWARD -In fond memory of my mother and our grandma, who passed away September 15, 1039 (Myra Joan, and Marjorie)
HOWSE -In loving memory of father who passed away 15th September 1939 -One of the
LAWRENCE-Loving and cherished memories of James passed away Sr^ember 14, 1937 (His loving wife Ruth Lawrence)
LEVY-in loving memory of my darling mother and father who passed away on September 3, 1039, and September IS, 1937, respectively (Inserted by their loving daughter Clare, and grandsons,
Don and Les )
McMURDlE.-In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away at Coleraine september 16. 1934.
MERLO-MYERS.-In loving memory of our dear sister and auntie, Felice; also our dear friend Albert, who passed away on September 14,
Too dearly loved ever to be forgotten.
-(Inserted by her lovin« sister and brother-ln law. Birdie, Herb, and children.)
MIDDLETON.-In loving memory of Eleanor, who passed away at Kensington on September 14, 1933
Thoughts return or days now past, Yeira roll on. but memories lait.
-ílnterted by her loving husbJnt}, sisters, son, Terrv. and Doreen, Benalla.)
ORR.-in fond memory of my dear husband. Charles Orr, who died September li, 1932, and loving father of Madeleine. - R.I.P. (Inserted by lils sorrowing wife and daughter.)
ROWLEY.-To the dear memory of our loved ones-father, who passed away September 12, 1933; mother, March 14, 1936; brother, Frank (agt.). who fell at Pozieres. August 8, 1916.
Till memory fades and life departs You'll live for ever in our hearts. -(Inserted by Ids and Walter.)
SCHWARZ.-in loving memory of my beloved wife. Hannen, who passed away September 15, 1930. (inserted by her loving husband. Mark.)
SCHWARZ.-In loving memory of my darling n>other. Hannah, who passed away September 15, 1930, (Inserted by her loving daughter Ruby: tcn-ln-Ir.w. George; loving nanny of Louis and
SCHWARZ.-in loving memory of our darling m ether r.nd nanni, who parsed awav on Septem- ber 15, 1B3C. -God roit her dear roui. (Insertei by her .loving son, daughter-in-law, and grand- children. Mark and Peter.)
SIGGERS.-In loving memory of father, who passed away September 10, 1936; also mv beloved -Inter. Bertha, who passed away November 16, 1939. (Annie.)
SILK.-in loving memory of my dear husband. Fred, and loving father of Dorothy, who passed away on September 14, 1039.
Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept Of one we loved and will never forget,
-(Inserted by his Jovlnc wife and daughter«)
SMART,-In loving memory of our dear daugh- ter and sister. Hilda Phyllis who passed away September 14, 1925. (Inserted by her loving' family.)
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SMITH.- In treasured memory of Constance Smith, who passed away on September 15, 1932. Ever remembered. (Inserted by M.M. and A.D.)
WILSON.-In memory c1 my beloved wife am; mir rii-ioted mother, «lio iai*6e*l away suddenly im M-plimber IS, l»3'i. al Llnllthaow. Railway arrnur eaulneld E:i>t. - Kier remembered (Ini^it«! b, IILI liuboand and sen.)
WREGG.-In memory of my beloved hunUnn ind our lather, Herben Sydney, «ho ¡xinm »»,,
»epliOTDer it. Ha. ' ?
1 In.na ut you In silence,
And ouen apeak your name,
cried hy his loving vue. son rred, tai daughter-in-law licryl.)
BRANN.--The Family of the late Mrs. S. C. BRANN wished to THANK all kind friends and
relatives for the many expressions of sympathy
and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave-ment
GAPON. - Mr. W. CAPON and Son, Miss
CATHERALL. and Mr. A. S. JOHNS dfiiro .,. THANn. au kind luenas and relations 1er cudi
"ttilt., llurul tiluulea. and pn.sonal rxprc*s.ons c1 »mpathy In tlieir »ad bereavement, will all kind umida piense accept tal» as a. personal ackno*. leagineiH. 7 Tralalgar load, Camberwell,
DOWNEY (McKenna).-Wife and Family of tllf
late MICHAEL JOSEPH DOWNEY floMre M ANtt Ilci. rathera O'Connor, O'sullivan, Man. Kim. ur. crotty, Ulsters ot Natareth House ,|j «ind neiihbouta and Irienos lor cans, flecrsm-. and Coral tributes In our sad loss. 31 Kin« stree: camberwell._"_^_
HEAVISIDE.--The Family of the late Mrs. DOROTHY HEAVISIDE whis to THANK all .tiutioiis, incndF, and m-ighbotirft for their miny Kiua expresMona of sympamy aho*n bj noral tri
«cccnt bereavement. Will all plea*« accept this notice us n personal acicnowlcdgmcnt ol sincere gratitude.
JOHNSON.-MRS. LEO JOHNSON, Neroli <Mrc, .} Kelvin Hanks), and Inn rteniro to expir«* their
i.nccre and heurttelt JHANKI. to all und írtimís mid it lautes lor teicuranis, letters, floral tnbut«, mut pe.60.inl expressions ol sympathy In thitr recent »nd tereoveinent. Will au plew* norn; iliib as nil expression of decpeet gratitude.
MITCHELL.--Mrs. F. MITCHELL and Daughters liL malt to express their sincero ¿HÜMU* ft (<:a¿) (.nts, letter», carrin, and nower» in their uû ,rtfi «iv 1'inetit, and as* ail to kindly accept- this as uc<n(>HieuRt>ient ol tneir aeepett gratitude.
MOORE.-The Family of the late AGNES ELEANOR MOORE. wish to THANK all reis. Liten, i.tends, and neighbours lor their many kimi t:xp.eiu>.uns ol s>mpatny snown by narai tributet, letter», cards, teietfiamR,- which the- family received ti ti min their recent bereavement. Will all plei^i «ctcjit mm as B putsonal ncknowledgment oí «neera
MR. M. LAMBERT and Family desire to ex-
* ». id« and i tintltcs tor telegrams lrtUT, cardt ut> ni trioiilf s and rrrsotutl expressions » í iyn
tMit!i> in their recent aad brrc&t emetu Wiij ttil pienso accept this as ÎI personal arknonluig mini vi our sincero grultudo X3 Harm t st tyiht U run s wirk.
Mr. and Mrs. HANSFORD and Family wish to
THANK, K11 n. luttons friends ni d neighbour
» ilorai tributes cards letters telegram« ant, .11 kind cxuicssiuna «I sympathy duruiir thtir it mt »ad bei ra\ unit nt Will ntl picata, aitcpt thlsu
-. -'--(mictißniciil of -?-?*-- * -
st \\ i rribct
MR. E. T. KNIGHT and Family, 7 Hope street, Spotswood, desire to THANK relatives, Sister alons of s>mpatliy lu their recent w*ti bereave meiit Will nil fclnrtl) accept this notuicatim a a personal acknowledgment of our deepest emu
MRS. McMILLAN, Mrs. KEITH and her Daugh- ters desire to expresa their GRATITUDE lot tlio many toles rams. Jitters cards (lore I tribute
and perwmi.il expressions oí airapathy which tbey hate rcceltcd In thtir recent bereavement
MRS. G. McCOLL and Family wish to THANK all relatives friends and neighbour* io au cirds letters and telegrams and all kind n prestons oí sympathy Would nil plryw. nxijt this ah a personal ocfcncrftledEmcnt ct pratítütíe 21S Koornang road Carnegie
MRS. ROE and family desinn to THANK «¡i .til relatives and frltnda for floral tributes card loli-nnunb In their rreent aad borenveauejit e&pc cull> Dr Lo Souef Mrs Kenny Mrs Smith Mr Georgi Plena« accept this as a per&onul acknm icument 1 dlthtale
MRS. KINANE and Family desire to THANK all friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral ilittr *ad bereavement
MRS. J. E. BARNES and Family wish to THANK
ITJ, all relatives, frlcndn mm uciHnuvun iur wu
m ami» card H letters and ilorni tribute« In th<*ir nctnt sad hrriavernent Avlimr fit , Deepdene
NEYLAN -The Children and the Brothers and Sisters of the late THOMAS JOSEPH NEYLAN desire to THANK their many kind relatives AI d friends for ftoial tributes cards letters, tetegramaf
SAMBROOK.--MRS. SAMBROOK and Daughter Vi »Incircly THANK, everyone for telegram* Iel
ters card* and other expression* of ay mint by In their i (rent sud bercurinmit Will all pfewr accent Ulla n* ii personal acknowledgment of ti eil [fratut«t Tim hem I-Circle, Yea
WEST.--The Family of the late WILLIAM MAXWELL WEST wishes to THANK friends whose cards, letters and telegrams remain un answered for their kind thoughts during our
recent sadness. Also gratitude to all doctors, sisters, orderlies during his long illness. 34 Asling street Preston.
BROWN-friends of Mr WILLIAM H. BROWN
ure respectfully Informed that tho reina n of liK dearly lot ed »Ifc Margtjta Ma «111 ht cremated at the Springvale Crématorium,
Hie funeral Is appointed to leave -IO luden st Elstern« ich T1IIB DAI. (Saturday Scpten ber HI
at 10 30 a m
HERBERT KINO and SONS Funeral Directo« 171 Lcnm x st, Richmond ri Phone J341,
COOK.--The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. COOK are respectfully informed that the remain» or their hned daughter. Anne Margaret M 111 leal o their residence- Army road le r Paleen ham Cemetery nils DAY (Saturday, september 141, at 3 30 pm_
DEANS-The Friends of the late Mr ROBERT DEANS are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Mered?? Cemetery.
J ho funeral cortege will leave his r-sldcnce Kyloe Meredith, lo-morrvw (Sunday, Stptcmt* 119) at 3 30 pm
ALEX MONRO Funeral Director 24 Ryrie II Geelong Thom 1380_
FRASER.---The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA JANE FRASER are informed that her remains «111 be Iild to rest In the Footscni) Cenietto
rho fmitral will leave her son In law a residence 100 Burgundy street Heidelberg JTIIIb DAY (Satur duj ) at 3 o clock
1RVIN HRODrRICK FUNERAL SERVIO. IRIdillxrg 110_ GORDON-Tho Friends of tho late Mrs.
ELIZABETH JANE GORDON aro mpectfully Informed that her remains «111 leaic her ml dence at WiUliman s Roof for the Maldon cemr
tori THIS DAY (Soturday Septerabci 14) al 3 I'm__ HARTRICK -The Friends of the late Mr.
HENRY HARTRICK of Walhall t ire tt ipictfully Invited to follow lils remains to ile placo of Interment the Fa* Inter Cemon o
, Iho funenl la appointed to le-u« the resident* of his motherin la» (Mrs J T Jones) 4 Pallin street Brunswick Tins DAY (Saturdsv. lill
HITCHCOCK.--The Friends of the late Miss CATHERINE EMMA HITCHCOCK are respect- lull) Informrd that Her funeral »HI leave her
»..m Villa Buninyong THIS DA\ I4tli September) at 3 p m for tot Bunlmonit Cinetcrj
JUDSON-The Friends of the late Mrs.
CHRISTINA JUDSON are respectfully informed that
her remains «ill be Interred In the FHWIKMT
Iho funeral »ill lemo her residence, 11 Mcculloch strut North Essendon THIS DAY (Snturosj September 14). at 3 30 pm
JOHN (BOY V) ALLISON A FDA Flinn»! Director 201 "ydncy rd , Brunswick FW15M
MARTIN -The Friends of the late Mrs.
FLORENCE AMELIA MARTIN are informed
that her funeral will lorne B4« Burke road Osmer
bury nus DAY (Saturday 14th September) at
II am for the Brighton Cemetery
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MITCHELL -The Friends of the late Mr.
JAMES McKUNE MITCHELL are Informée that his funeral will leave his residence «
Eskdale road, Caulfield nils DA'i (Ssturd») Scptembtr M) m 10 30 ' " "" of interment '~ "' " rawkner
NOONAN-Requiem Mas» lor the .repos« J» « J1 soul of the late JOHN NOONAN of Rniei dale »111 be celebrated at st Marys rai ireh » Iho Holy Rosan Kjneton THIS DAY (Salirial 14th September) ut 1 a m "
Hie funeral Is appointed, to leave St "«"* Church for the placo of Interment the »nT1
t,L,rtAr> S°COTTnmFunoraI Director Phone 63
PATTINSON - Friends of the late Mrs. MARY
J PATTINSON are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred In the Footscray Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave her residence,
67 Orrong road, Elsternwick, THS DAY (Satur day, September 14), at 2 p.m.
HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Funeral Director, 154 Johnston street, Fitzroy. Phone J1066.
PHAYER - Tho Friends of the late Mrs.
MARGARET CRAWFORD PHAYER are re- tpecttulls Informed tluit he- '«peral *Jile«3t)
tin re~ldci.ee ol totolUffÄ^TlÄv 00 Molesworth street North Melbourne Tins "¡j.1
.'^»ïffîS ofbtntÄ th'o MÏlbotirnoVmete
RAMSEY -The funeral of the late W. E. RAMSEY
»111 lemo hi» ralduree, Rosslyn *°ïi|£rbtr
Bacrhus Maish THIS gAV.'S.VÄlm
14) at 3 pm for the Maddingley cemetery
L SIMPSON Funeral Director--TTTiZl
TAYLOR.--The Friends of the late WILLIAM GEORGE TAYLOR, late Victorian Railways, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Williamstown Cemetery.
nie funeral »III m> from his rwluence » ?
iHtrVet Ncn»rt. rHIB DAY (Saturday 14th W "ÄVSv SASÄON Funeral Director í«t
I «won street Williamstown and Newport
TAYLOR-Yarra Yarra Wdae No »* ,,i
I .15 s Maso-i« of Victoria -Te,hofflc£(t, ¿ Urithrou of the aboie lodE« ,£< '»'PJ , r «encrai arc Invited to attend the funeral « late Br. WILLIAM GEORGE TAYLOR to the
Wllllnmstoan Cemetery "«M-m 9 Tee)
Ilio funeral »111 lerne hi* rttiàmcv o ¿
rlieit Niwport THIS DA\ (Saturday 141 n w tcmber) ,11130. m WM
A O DEMPSTER .^^j, E \V JACKSON Undertaker Tel W stwaj;
TAYLOR - Robbie Burn» Mart l«iie No /¡^c I TI« Olllcors and Brethren of UK. abor«wg i nd Mark Musons generally are lnUlea l°J:noi. I ho tur ern! of our lali Bro WILLIAM GEORGE TAYLOR to the Williamstown Cemetery p ,
rho fmeral «111 tan hi» ¡«l*»"llt¿ ¿« llrrct Maport THIS DAY (Satina H«' w timber) at 1130 am WM
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