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BIRTHS

HTLLIS (nee McCowan).-On January "J. at Rosehill private hospital, to Jean, wife ot R. s. Hillls- n daughter (Heather Jean). (Now both well.)

MUNCE (Witham).-On January 23. at St. Andrew's Hospital. East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Munce a son.

NOWELL (nee Beryl Dixon). - On Janu- ary 24, at Jessie Mcpherson Hospital, to Lieut, and Mrs. Frederick Nowell-a son (Richard Newlyn). (Both well.)

SCHULLER (nee Hopper).-On January 22. at Mercy Hospital, to Jacqueline and Joseph Schuller. of Port Moresby. Papua-a son (Peter Joseph). (Both well)

STEWART (nee Cornu).-On January 26. at Bethesda Hospital, to Pat and Jack-o daughter (Margaret Ann)._

MARRIAGES

IFFLA — WESTBROOK. — On January 23, Cecilia (Lee), W.A.A.A.F., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Westbrook, Parkdale, Vic- toria, to Athelstan, A.I.F., eldest son oí Mr. and Mrs. Iffla, Randwick, N.S.W.

PENDLEBURY—GUDE.—On January 27, at   St. Helena, Greensborough. Nornie. elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gude, to Sergeant Laurence Pendlebury, younger son  

of Mr. and the late Mrs. Thomas Pendle- bury.

GOLDEN WEDDING

BARNES-ALFORD.-Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barnes announce with pleasure the SOth anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at the Primitive .Methodist Church, Stawell, by the 'late Rev. Thomas Roberts, on January 28. 1893. (Present address, 92 Esplanade, Brighton Beach. (At home at 199 Domain road, South Yarri», Thursday evening, 8.30.)

DEATHS

On Active Service

TYDELL-On Januars' 12. killed in action. VX77140 Sergeant Tydell ÍReg) loved nephew and cousm oí the Swain family. Coburg. -Sadly missed.

TYDELL.-On Januars 12. killed in action, VX77140 Sergeant Res, dearly loved nephew of Emma sorensen. -A broken link we can never replace.

BANNAM.-On January 21, at Kia Ora private hospital, Hamilton, Jessie, dearly loved mother of Rita, mother-in-law of Phil, and loving grandma of Reg, Don, Clive, and Ken. aged 57 years. -Peacefully sleep-

ing.

BANNAM-On January 21. at Hamilton, Jessie, loving daughter of Mrs. R. Field, dearly loved wife of Harry, of Lake Con- dah, loving mother of Bill (C.M.F.). Les (AIF.), Rita (Mrs. Collyer. Little Hamp- ton), Daisy (Mrs. Frost, Lake Condah), Myrtle (Mrs. Day, Lake Condah), Trixie (Mrs. Moore, Lake Condah). -Sadly missed.

BARTLETT-On January 25, at private* hospital, Geelong,'Elizabeth, beloved wife oí the late Albert Charles, and devoted mother of Ruie, Fred, and Marjorie (Mrs. J. H. Fulton), 9 Retreat road, Geelong. -Peace- fully sleeping. (Privately interred.)

CROWLEY.-On January 27, at her resi- dence, 9 Anderson street, South Melbourne, Ellen Agnes, beloved wife oí the late John Michael Crowley, late of Geelong, devoted mother of Mollie (Mrs. Barkley, Sydney), Monica (Mrs. JSastgate). Essie (Mrs. Weir), and Reginald (R.A.A F.. abroad). -A patient sufferer at Test. R.I P.

EAGER,, - On January 27, Alexander, be- loved husband of Emma Eager, of 23 Athol street. Moonee Ponds, loved father of Alex (A.I.F.). Mabel (Mrs. Hewitson). Doris (Mrs. Crawford), and Edith (Mrs. Morton). -Rest in peace.

GILES.-On January 27, at Bairnsdale (suddenly). Councillor John Giles, beloved husband d Mary, and loving father of Una and Mary (Mrs. R. Archibald), aged 70

years.

¡' HARVEY.-On January 26, at 140 More-

land road. East Brunswick, Nena Annie, beloved wife of Allan Harvey, loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stevens, loving sister of Fva (Mrs. S. Malcolm), and loving ,* aunty of Raymond, aged 26 years. -Safely

home.

HICKS.-On January 27. at his residence, 4 Halp'n street, West Brunswick, Ernest Hicks, the dearly beloved husband of Flor- ence; loving father of Alma (Mrs J. Lush), ana loved popsey of Elaine, aged 58 years. -A patient sufferer at rest.

HOGHES.-On January 26, at her daugh- ters residence. 482 Macaulay road, Kensing- ton. Carrie, beloved wife of the late Charles, ¡oviufj mother of May (Mrs Philpott of Hamilton), Jean tMrs. Bredin), loved nana ri Jeanie, and lc'lng mother-in-law oí Bill, aged 73 years, late of Maryborough.

KERNICK.-On January 26 (suddenly), at Leeton, N S.W., Thomas, loved son of Thomas and Rebecca Kernick, twin brother of   Jim, brother of Beatrice. Edgar, Marion, and Roy, brother-in-law of Vera, Ethel, and Bob. Uncle of Bill. Barbara, and Phillip, aged 45. -Sadly missed by all.

KIRK.-On January 27. W'lliam James, dearlv loved, husband of Doris E., loving dad of Keith (A.I.F ) and Margaret, of 50 Loch avenue, Ballarat. l=te Education Department.

-Rest after weariness.

KYTE.-On Janary 27, at 56 Ormond road, Elwood, William Henry, beloved husband of the late May McKenzie, and loved   father of Winifred (Mrs. Wilson-Jones), Constance (Mrs. James Davie), Willam (de ceased) and Aida (Mrs. B. Taylor), loving grandfather of Betty, Peggy, and Pam.

LETHLEAN.-On January 27, at her residence , No.. 23 Ardrie road, East Malvern, Emily relict of the late Alexander Lethlean. and loving mother oí Linton (deceased), Violet. Rene (Essendon), Dorothy, Clarence. Roy, and Ena (Mrs. Rogers), end beloved sister of Ellen Prisk, aged 74 sears.

LETHLEAN.-On January 27, at her resi- dence. No. 23 Ardrie road. East Malvern. Emily, dearly beloved mother of Ena and Max Rogers, of 5 Spring road. South Caul field -Beautiful memories.  

MAHER -A tribute to the memory of the late Ro~e Maher. -A cheerful and helpful comrade. (Insert«"! bv the head teacher and staff of the Oakleigh State School.)

McAUSLAN.-On January 27, at Williamstown Hospital, William Pollock McAuslan,   of 10 Russell place, North Williamstown, the dearlv beloved husband of the late Caroline and loving father of Carrie (Mrs. J.Dott),   Florrie (Mrs. S. Haining), Harry, Will,    

Linda (Mrs. A. Martin, deceased), Arthur (missing, H.M.A.S. Sydney), and Ernest    

(deceased). aged 81 years. -The long day closes. (Private interment.)

McAUSLAN.-On January 27. William Pollock, loved father of Arthur (missing   H.M.A.S. Sydney), and Edna, dear grandpa of Gordon. Norma, and Lynette, Spring st., Frankston, aged 81 years. -Sweet rest.

MCINTYRE-On January 21, at his resi- dence. Canterbury street. St Arnaud. John Jame*, the b-loved son of the late Daniel and Bi-ldgr-t Mclntvre, of Waterloo Plains, pged 80 yeprs, late of 50 Yerrin street. Balwyn. -Rest in peace.

McNIE.-On January 26, at the residence of his sister (Mrs. Cook), 73 Little Page street, Albert Park. William McNie. uncle of Willam and Peter Maskell and Hilda (Mrs. G. Goodall).

»IUNTS.-On January 26, at his residence Pine View, Nathal a. Joseph William, dearly love-1 husband cf Eliza, and loving father of Willam (deceased). James, Mary, Percy (dec -asel). Leslie, Daisy (Mrs. Scott), Jean (Mrs. Colbrook), Eric. Ray. Eileen (Mrs. Cran«-), eged 84 sears.

ROWE.-On January 27. at Mordialloc Hotel, Marion, loving mother of Bill Stan, Min-» 'Mrs A Stanton), Edie (Mrs. H. Stanton ), aged 7G years.

STAGG.- On January 27, at private hospi- tal, Eileen Jane, beloved wife of William Murdoch Stagg, of 244 Maribyrnong road, Moonee Ponds, and loving mother of Bobbie,  

loving daughter of Rhoda, and the late   Robert Twamley, loved sister of Gordon and  

Lewis, aged 30 years.

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riage. Death, and In Memoriam Notices i must b° authenticated by some reputable perr"- '- <->sure their insertion. To guard .. . ,_. write all names clearly in »- fclocS tetter», j-,

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DETAILS of the Medical Practice of the

late Dr. P. M. Read, at Canterbury, are available from Allan Grant, 64 Collins st., C1. _' .'

DEATHS

STAGG.-On January 27,' at 8acred Heart Hospital, Moreland, Eileen Jane, loving daughter-in-law of Mary Catherine Stagg. -A patient sufferer at rest.

SYME.-On January 27. Arthur Edward Syme. of Belleville. Lilydale.

WELLS.-On January 25, at 177 Oakleigh road Murrumbeena, Agnes Shaw, dearly loved wife of the late Thomas Wells, and loved mother of Daniel, Ivy, Lily (deceased), Myrtle (Mrs. Hirst), Holly (Mrs. Grigor),  

and Daisy, aged 82 years. (Privately in-

terred).    

WHEELER - On January 24, at his home, Uffington, Mincha, Alexander Leopold, hus- band of Agatha Gertrude, and son of the late Edwin and Julia Wheeler, aged 69 years.   (Anzac '14-'18, and South African veteran.) (Interred Pyramid Hill, January 26.) (Gee- long papers, please copy.)

WILLIAMS.-On January 27, at 10 Tyler

street. Sunshine, Clara Allison, the dearly , beloved wife of Gwilym George Williams, | and loving mother of Dorothy and Ron, aged 34 years. -In God's care.

YONGE-On January 27, at 8 View street. Mont Albert, Beatrix Elsie, beloved wife of George, loved mother of Colin. Joan. Barbara (Mrs. A. Christian), and Shirley._

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour-On Active Service

TYSOE.-In affectionate remembrance of our dear son and brother. Charles (RA.A.F.). who was killed in an aircraft accident on January 38, 1941. -Till the day dawns. (Inseited by his sorrowing parents, sister, and brothers.)

ALLISON.-In loving memory of Robert C. (Bob), loved father of Rob, who died at Fairfield, January 28, 1919.

COATE.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who pasted away January 28, 1941; also our dear father, who died December 8, 1942. (Inserted by their loving family, Violet, Isabelle, Joseph, Con.)

CREEK.-In memory of my wife, Annie, and our .mother, who passed away on January 28, 1935. (Inserted by her husband. Stephen. Box Hill, daughters, Dot, Ruby, Dons, sons-in-law, Harry, Carl, Harold, and grandchildren, Norma, Max, and Yvonne.)

DUFFY. - In loving memory of Joseph Michael Duffy, who died suddenly at Geelong. January 28, 1925. -E\er remembered.

HAMMOND-Thoughts of today and always cLmy dear husband and our father. Arthur J. Hammond, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Ever remembeied. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

HAMMOND.-In loving memory of my dear father, Arthur James, who passed away January 28. 1942. -Sunshine passes, shadows fall, but loving memories outlast all. (Inserted by daughter. Nell: son-in-law. Les; grandchildren, Rodney and John.)

MCDOUGALL.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother. Ellen, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Sweetest memories. (Inserted bv her loving daughter and son in-law, Nell and Les.)

MCDOUGALL-In loving remembrance of my dear mother, Ellen, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Loved and remembered always. (Inserted by Ernest McDougall, Lon. don.)

PAY.-In lo\ing memory of Allan, beloved son of Ernest and Esther Mary Pay, and loving brother of Geoff, - Lloyd, Esther, and Dilys. -Ever remembered.

PINCHBECK.-In memory of Tom. who died two years ago today. -Our darling boy. (Inserted by dad, mum, Phyllis. Kath- leen.)

RIDGWAY.-In loving memory of our dar- ling son and brother, Geoffey, died January 28, 1936; also his grandparents. William Ridg- way, died August 16, 1922; and Isabella Ridg- way, died March 7, 1937. -Thy will be

done.

RIDGWAY.-Dear Geoff, killed by lightning at Lang Lang school, January 28, 1936. -Whatever else we fail to do, Dear Geoff. we will always think of you. (Inserted by Auntie Nina, Uncle Dick, Cousins Reg. Betty, Marie, and Allan Williams.)

SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Margaret, who passed away at Maffra on January 28. 1939. (Inserted by her hus- band, H. E. Smith.)

TRA WIN.-In loving memory of my darling mother, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving son. Arthur, R.A.A.F., Darwin.)

TRAWIN.-In loving memory of our dear Edyth, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Beautiful memories are all we have left. (Insertea by mother, Jim, and son, Arthur.)

TRAWIN.-In loving memory of dear Edyth, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Sweetest memories. (Inserted by Edna and CliarLe. brother-in-law, Judith, and Jean.)

TRAWIN.-A tribute to the memory of our dear friend, Edyth, who passed away January 28, 1942. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Wright and family )

FUNERAL NOTICES

CROWLEY. - The Funeral of the late ELLEN AGNES CROWLEY will leave the grivate pal lours of Mulqueen and Sons, 235

[igh street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY. at 3 p.m., fo.- the Lt. Kilda Cemetery. MUL QUEEN & SONS. LA1602. _

EAGER-The Funeral oi the late Mr. ALEXANDER EAGER will leave 23 Athol stieet. Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY, at 3 30 p.m.. for the Kew Cemetery. JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON, JA1003._

HARVEY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. NENA ANNIE HARVEY will leave 140 More- land road, East Brunswick, THIS DAY (Thursday), at 2 p m., proceeding to the Saltation Army Citadel, Moreland, en route to Fawkner Crematorium. JOSEPH ALLI- SON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines)._

HICKS. - The Funeral of the late Mr.

ERNEST HICKS will leave 4 Halpin street, West Brunswick, TOMORROW (Friday), at 11 am, for the Melbourne Cemetery, Carl ton. NELSON BROS.. Footscray. MW1301.

HUGHES. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. CARRIE HUGHES will leave the residence of her daughter (Mrs. J. Bredln>, 482 Mac- aulay road, Kensington, THIS DAY (Thurs- day, January 28). at 11 a.m., for the Coburg Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN PTY. LTD. F1294.

KYTE.-The Funeral of the late WILLIAM HENRY KYTE will leave No. 86 Ormond Road, Elwood, for the Springvale Crema- torium. THIS DAY (Thursday, January 28), at 10.30 a.m. W. G. APPS & SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors. 395 High street, St. Kilda. Phone LA1271 (2 lines).

LETHLEAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. EMILY LETHLEAN will leave her residence. No. 23 Ardrie road, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Thursday. January 28), st 2 p.m . for the Brighton Cemetery. R. MCKENZIE, South Melbourne. MX3107._

PAGBAM. - The Funeral of the late GORDON G. PAGRAM will leave our par- lours, Burke rtfad. Camberwell. THIS DAY, at 3 30 p.m , for the Box Hill Cemetery. LE PINE & SON. JA1104._\_

ROWE.-Tlie Funeral of the late Mrs. MARION ROWE will leave the Mordialloc Hotel TOMORROW (Friday, January 29), at 2 p.m., for the Coburg Cemetery. JOSIAH

HOLDSWORTH. Carlton. F1292._

STAGG.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. EILEEN JANE STAGG will leave 244 Maribyr- nong road. Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Thurs- day), at 11.30 a.m.. for the Melbourne Ceme- tery, Carlton. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD.. Moonee Ponds. FUS4S1._

WILLIAMS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. CLARA ALLISON WILLIAMS Will leave 10 Tyler street. Sunshine, TOMORROW (Fri- day), at 2 o'clock, for the Fawkner Ceme- tery. NELSON BROTHERS. A.F.D.A., 7 Prop street. Footscray. Tel. MW1301.

YONGE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. BEATRIX E. YONGE will leave St. Peter's Church, Eastern Hill, THIS DAY. (Thurs- day, January 28), after a service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Fawkner .Crematorium. LE PINE & SON. JA1104.

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