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BIRTHS

BEESEY (nee Lesley Pentland). - On   December 26. at Rosehill private hospital, Bentleigh, to L.-Bdr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Beesey. of 469 Kooyong road. Gardenvale-a son (Robin Milton). (Both well.)

BULLER (née Kennedy).—On January     6, at Bethesda, to Mavis and Charlie-a son (Leonard John).

CAMERON - On December 25, at St. David's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ian Cameron, Valencia-a aon (Ian Bruce).

COURT (nee Isabel Macdonald).-On Janu- ary I, at St. Andrew's, to Cpl. and Mrs G M. Court-a daugnter (Neroll Margret).

CUTHBERTSON. - On December 31, at Eildon House, Ballarat, to Marjorie, wife of J. L.. Cuthbertson, Miner's Rest-a daughter (Marion Beth).

EVANS.-On January 6, at Mercy Hos- pital, to Tom and Barbara Evans, of Maffra -a son (Dafydd Richard Caradoc). (Both well.)

GOSLING.-On December 30, at Guildford private hospital, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Gosling-a son.

HARRIS (nee Beech).-On January 2, at Allandale Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R C. Harris-a daughter (Janice Dale). (Both well.)

HOLMES.-On January 2. at Guildford private hospital. Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Holmes, 14 Elmie street, Haw- thorn-a daughter (Cherryl Thelma. (Both well.)

HOLT (nee Mulligan).-On January 4. at Llandyssil, Essendon, to Gay and Vern-a

son.

JUDKINS.-On January 7, at Guildford, Camberwell, to Berta, wife of Alfred B. Judkins-a son (Peter Franklin).

KRAMMER.-On January 6, at Hopetoun, Elsternwick, to Cpl. and Mrs. A. Kranmer a daughter (Carole Frances). (Both well.)

LEAR (nee Betty Godfrey).-On January 4, at Fairbanks private hospital. Box Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. Val Lear-a daughter (Melva Theresa). (Both well.)

MARNEY (nee Ettershank).-On January 1. at St. Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to

Nornie and Tom-a son.

MOXEY.-On January 2, to Frances and Bill Moxey, of Richmond, N.S.W.-a daugh- ter (Judith).

MUIR.-On January 3, at Seacombe Hos- pital, Drummoyne, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muir, Gladesville. N.S.W.-a daughter.

MUNTZ (nee Bosher). - On January 2,  

at Community Hospital, Wangaratta, to Alice, wife of Captain J. M. Muntz, A.I.F.-a daughter (Margaret Helen). (Both well.)

PATE (nee Goulding).-On January 3. at Bethesda, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Pate-a daughter (Hilda Louise).

PEEL (nee Perkln).-On January 1, at Sale, to Marge and Doug-a son.

ROLFE (née Mitchell).—On January 2, at Grenich, 348 Bambra road, Caulfield, to Ada and Robert—a daughter (Beverley Joy).   (Both well.)

ROSS (Maisie Scott). - On January 5, at Llandyssil, Essendon, to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ross, oí Finley, N.S.W.-a daughter.

STUART (nee Knox). - On January 6, at Una private hospital. Shepparton, to Merna and Alan (A.I.F.)-a daughter (Diana Jayne).

TRAVERS.-On January 3, to Joan, wife of Major Lennard Travers—a daughter.

VENESS (nee Graebe).-On January 5. at Mosgiel private hospital, Surrey Hills, to Lois, wife of Sgt. C. M. Veness (A.I.F.. re- turned)-a daughter (Lynette Patricia). (Both well.)

WHITE (nee Kath Holzer). - On Decem- ber 19, at Townsville, Queensland, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. White-a ton (John). (Both well.)

WIGHTMAN (nee N. Bell, Inglewood) -On January 3, at the B N. Hospital, Sea Lake, to Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wightman, Sea Lake -a daughter (Beverly Joy),

WILLIAMS (nee Corrie). —On January     2, at Bethesda, to Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Williams- a daughter (Patricia Corrie).  

MARRIAGES

BOYCE--GOVETT. - On December 22, at Grimwade House Chapel, Mavis Bruisheen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Govett, Westbury street, East St. Kilda, to Edward Marcus, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. iBoyce, of Celia street. Burwood.  

FOULKES-NETTLETON. - On December

24,- at Holy Trinity Church, Kew, by Arch- deacon Roacoe Wilson, Ivy Louisa, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nettleton, Charles street, Kew, to L A.C. Vernon 'Rosslyn, only son of Mr. ard Mrs. M. J.   Foulkes. Shifhal, Shropshire, England.

HOLLINS-PASCOE.—On October 23, at the Darling road Methodist Church, East Malvern, Noela Dorothy, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Pascoe, Shepparson avenue. Murrumbeena, to Corporal Ray C. Hollins A.I.F., second son of Mr. and Mrs.  

H. Hollins. Head street. Elwood.

McKENDRY - MORCOM. - On December 20, at St. John's Church, Elsternwick. Avice, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Mor- com, Caulfield, to Jack Hamilton, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. R. McKendry, Caul- field.

MITCHELL-KERR.-On December 5, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Moe, by the Rev. Fraser Sutherland, Warragul, Eileen McClelland, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kerr, Craigmillar, Moe, to Ronald Percy, second son of Mrs. C. L. Mitchell, Bunyip, and the late Percy D. Mitchell.

NEEDHAM-FELTHAM.-On January 2, by Rev. Brown, at Melbourne Grammar Chapel. Jean, youngest daughter of Mrs. Feltham and the late Mr. Feltham, of 2 Mawson street. East Kew, to Lieut. Bruce Needham, youngest son of Mrs, Needham and late Mr. Needham, of Brighton.

SMITH-ARCHBOLD.-On January 4. at Methodist Church, Middle Brighton, Made- leine (Maida), twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs Oliver J. Archbold, 16 Foote street, Elwood, to Corporal Alan F. Smith, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith, of Mitcham.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

CLARINGBOULD-DOLMAN.-On January 9, 1893, by Rev. Handel Jones, Henry George. fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ingbould. oí Williamstown, to Jessie Edith second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Dolman, of Williamstown. (Present ad- dress. 50 Douglas .parade. Williamstown, W.16.)

HINE—LIBBIS.—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur     Hine have pleasure in announcing the 50th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at Port Melbourne by the Rev. Peter R. Useher on January 10, 1893. (Present address, Lord street. Bacchus Marsh.)

DEATHS

On Active Service

BOWDEN.-On May 17. 1041 killed in action. Lieut. J. N. (Jim). (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Short, and Bill. Allan, and Ailie.)

DIMELOW.—On January 7. P.-O. William Bruce, only son of Harold and Vera Dime low, and loved brother of. Joy, accidentally killed in aircraft action, aged 24 years. -Gone, but a beautiful memory left behind. MOLONEY. — VX34266. Private Joe. A., killed in action in the Middle East on Oc- tober 23, 1942. esteemed and loved friend of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Newman, Dorothy, Win.. Eileen. Edna, and Helen.

MORRIS.-On or about December 9 (re- sult of enemy action). Colin Arthur, Mer- chant Navy, dearly beloved eldest son of Mr. Mel Morris and the late Mrs. Morris, and loved brother of Russell (A.I.F.). -Until we meet again.

MORRIS.-On December 9 (result of enemy potion in Africa), Colin Arthur, Merchant Navy, dearly loved grandson of Mrs. Arthur Morris. Elsternwick, and loved nephew of Muriel and Gertrude. -Love and memories live on.

SELMAN.—On December 14, in Kew   Guinea, killed te action, Private II. Geoffrey Selman. VX106109. dearly loved youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Selman, Como,

Lilydale.

STEVENS.—On June 20, 1942 (killed in air ©Derations over Emden, Germany). Set. Geoffrey Lovell, R.A.A.F.. dearlv loved cousin of John, Dots, and Betty Gent. Nancv and Jack Oppenheim. -Greater love hath no man than he that glveth his life for bis friend*._

WALKER.—On December 5, killed in action in New Guinea, Lieutenant Ian W. Walker, ,VX4674 (returned), dearly loved third grand- son of Dora McConnell: loved nephew of Langford. Robert, and Dyce.- -A beautiful memory left behind.

WALKER-FERGUSSON. - In loving and grateful remembrance of Lieut. Ian Walker. A.I.F. (ret.), loved friend of Lieut. Terence Fergusson, A.I.F. (ret.), both killed In action at Buna, December 5. - Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friend. (Hazel Fergusson.)

AISBETT.—On January 7, at private hos- pital. Ballarat. Isabella Brady Aisbett, of Newtown, beloved daughter of the late Richard and Jane Aisbett. and loved Bister of William (deceased). David (deceased). Ed- ward. Annie (Mrs. Christie), Thomas, and

James.

BELL.-On January 8, at St., Vincent's Intermediate, John T. Bell, of'.'129 Skene street. Shepparton, loving husband of the Date Ada, Bell, and loving father of Dudley (RJUl.F.), Lance MJ-Ctt). Pauï <A.I.r,). ana" Ettie (A.W.A.B.). -Father and mothfr

reunited.

BISHOP.—On January 5, Brian John Bishop, dearly lored^eon^-e^^HBMif^we? George, and adored nephew of Stella and Jack, aged 9 years. -Our darling,

DEATHS

CHEFFINS.—On January 7, at 45 Wilson street, Brighton, Elizabeth, wife of the late John Cheffins, mother of Winifred. (Interred privately.)

CLEMENTS.-A. tribute to the memory of Lieut. Jack Clemente, fond pal of Lieut. George Goldson (Goldie). -Duty nobly

done.

D'EBRO.-On "January 8, at Prado, Too- rak Blanche Mary, widow of diaries A. D'Ebie, daughter of the late Richard

Thomas Tracy, M.D. (Private cremation.) i

DOBELL.-On January 1, Sarah Jane, be- I

loved mother of Florrie, mother-in-law of Harry Cant, Surrey HUlk, and darling grand- ma, of Joy. Samuel, and Lynda,

DOBELL.-On January 1. Sarah Jane, third daughter of the late William and Mary

Pratt, Daylesford.  

DOWD. —On January 7, at Coonara pri- vate hospital, St. Kilda road, Henry James, the dearly loved husband of Mary Dowd, and loving father of Daisy, Albert, Violet, Caroline, Thomas, and Arthur (deceased), 89 years. (Privately cremated, Fawkner,

January 8.)

DUKE. —On January 5 (passed peacefully away), John George, late of 8t. Kilda, be- loved and devoted husband of Bnma Sarah Duke, 442 Barker's road. Hawthorn. -The sweet memories of a loving husband. Loved by all. (Privately interne, January 6.)

EASTON.-On January 8. at her resi- dence, 12 Gwenda avenue, Canterbury, Helen Jane Tawse, loved wife of R. A. Easton,

and mother of Jean.  

EDWARDS. - On January 6, at Ashfield, Sydney Jeanie, wife of the late W. J.

Edwards.  

FINDLAY.—On January 8, at Melbourne, Lydia, of 896 Malvern road, Armadale, dearly beloved wife of Arthur William, loving mother of Lillian (deceased), Violet, Mabel, Arthur, and Olive (deceased).

FRASER.-On January 8, at Randwick, N.S.W., Archie, beloved husband of Nan, and father of Marjorie and Archie.

FULTON.-A tribute to the memory of Annie, devoted and loving friend of Jennie Wallace and family, Kamarooka, who pasted away on January 6,

FULTON.-A tribute to the memory of Annie Fulton, loved friend of M. Lobb,

Romsey.

HARDING.-On January 5. at private hos- pital. Bendigo, Thomas Walter beloved hus- band of Elisabeth Harding, 64 Harney street, Bendigo, loved father of Nell (Mrs. A. J. Cheel), Amy (Mrs. T. R: Dobie), Ann (Mrs. E. P. Seymour), and Elsie (Mrs. A. SeJisky),

aged 78 years.

HENNESSY.-On January 4. at 3 Henri-

etta street, Hawthorn, James, loved,husband   of Alice, and father of Edmund, Eileen (de- ceased). Herbert, and Gertrude (Mrs. Lens), father-in-law of Louise. Tess, and Arthur; loving grandfather of James, John, Myra, Anthony, Phillip, Gregory, and Patricia.

-R.I.P.

HEINZ. —On January 4, at his residence, 2 Maud street, Ormond, John, dearly beloved husband of Linda Hay, loved father of Ella (Mrs. Phipps), Dr. Ian Heinz (missing, Malaya), and father-in-law of Bet.

HETHERINGTON. —On January 6, at his residence, 150 Nicholson street, East Coburg, William James Hetherington, beloved   husband of Ida. (Interred privately January 7, Cheltenham Cemetery.)

HICKEY. —On January 6, Frank, beloved eldest son of Sara and the late Frank G., beloved brother of Isabel, Marie, and Lewis.

—R.I.P.

HOPKINS. —On January 3, at Sydney, Margaret Isabel (Daisy), the dearly, beloved youngest daughter of the late Mrs. M. S. (Daisy) and John Hopkins, of Neerim and Bendigo, aged 35 years.

IRVINE. —On January 3, at Orbost, James Kerr, beloved younger son of the late Peter and Margaret Irvine, brother of Peter (killed in action. First A.I.F.), Isabel (Mrs. Roger Green, deceased), John (First A.I.F.). Jean, William (Bill, prisoner of war, Italy), Zenie, .n>d Margaret (Mrs. A. A, Goudfe.

DEATHS

JONES.-On January 8, at private hos- piital, John Ellis Jones, of Cloverlea, be- oved husband of Myrtle, and devoted father of Iris. -Peace, perfect peace.

LINDSAY.-On January 8, at Korumburra, Mark Cranwell, beloved husband of Jane Lindsay, father of Norman, Ethel (Mrs. Mcintyre), and Bob. -Peacefully sleeping.

LLOYD.-On January 8, at a private hos- pital. Geelong, Elizabeth, beloved wife of the late William Joseph Lloyd, of 31 Glenleith avenue, Geelong, and dear mother of Vera, William, Gladys. Mabel. Gerald, Flo, Beryl, and Clarence, aged C4 years. -R.I.P. (Requiem Mass at 8 o'clock, ES. Peter and Paul.)

MACGILLIVRAY. - On January 7. Pattie loved mother of Rene (Essendon), Maud (Malvern), Stuart (A.I.F.), and Keith (C.M.F.), loving grandmother of Jeannie and Margaret.

MACGILLIVRAY.-On January 7, at pri- vate hospital. Malvern, Mrs. G. W., loving mother of Stuart and Mabel MacGillivray, Finchley Court, Hawthorn.

MAI.-On January 5, at 29 Morrah street, Parkville, Margaret, beloved-wife of the late Albert, loving mother of Albert (deceased), Berta. Archie (deceased), and Cecil (de- ceased), loving mother-in-law of Ivy, grand- mother of Gordon and Bill, aged 98 years. -At rest.

MARGET.-On January 8, at his home. 92 Tennyson street. St, Kilda, Cone, the dearly beloved husband of Corolia, loved father of James, Marla, Lota, and Les, aged 67 years.

MCGUINNESS. - A tribute to the memory of David McGulnness, who passed away at Cheltenham Hospital, January 5 (late of Sorrento), sincere friend and cousin of H. and N. Lacy, Richmond.

MOREY.-On January 7, at Bendigo, Mary Bodinnar (May), dearly loved sister of Annie, devotsd aunt of Edgar, aged 71 years. (Pri- vately Interred.)

NASH.-On January I. at her residence, 992 Mt. Alexander road, Essendon. Harriet Rebecca, the devoted aunt of Kenneth Rich- ardson. -Beautiful memories left behind.

O'DONOHUE. - On December 31, at 35 Canterbury street, Oakleigh, Nora, beloved wife of Patrick (deceased), loving mother of Annie (deceased), Mattie, and Katie (Mrs. McNamara), fond grandma of Pat, Mary, Kathleen, and Margaret (late of Neerim), aged 86 years. -R.I.P.

PARKER - On December 36, at Kerang, John Stephen Parker, loved husband of Louise, and devoted father of Dorothy (Mrs. G. P. Cleeland) and Harry (2nd A.I.F., returned), aged 83 years, (interred at Kyneton on December 28.)

PEMBERTON.-On January 8, at his residence, 138 Buckley street. Essendon, John Thomas Henry, beloved husband of Selina Christian, and loving father of Roy W., May E. (Mrs. H. Davy), John Murish (A.I.F., 2/2nd Pioneers, prisoner of war), aged 69 years.

PEMBERTON.-On January 8, at his resi- dence, 133 Buckley street, Essendon, John Thomas Henry, loved son of late Walter and Elizabeth Pemberton, of Beechworth, brother of Walter, May (Mrs. Trim, deceased), Samuel (deceased), Joseph, Fredrick, Charles, Thomas, Henry. Edward, Stella (Mrs. S. Pritchard), Ruby (Mrs. Grant Reid), aged

69 years.

ROBBINS. - On January S. at his resi- dence. l8 Walker street, Newport, Albert Emeii, beloved husband of Jane, loved father of Albert (missing. H.M.A.S. Perth), Leon- ard, Dorothy (Mrs. F. Savery), Wilfred (H.M.A.8, Hobart), Nancy, Donald' (de cmsed). Lawrence (deceased); loved grand- father of Leonard and Heather, late Newport powerhouse. -At rest.

RYAN.-On January 8. at private hospi- tal. Malvern. Elizabeth, relict 'of the late John Ryan. 1136 Malvern road, Malvern, and loving mother of John, Joseph (de- ceased). Martin, Frank. Hugh, and Patrick, aged 87 years, -Requiescat In pace.

SHAW.-On January «. at her borne, Koo yure. Healesville. Margaret Alice Priscilla Shaw. -(Privately cremated«)-_

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STAFFORD.—On December 27, at Seeki nore prlvmte hospital, 'Harry,'" beloved bus bond of Letitia (late,Lower Malvern road, Glen Iris, and Nyah -West), aged- 81« year».

STAFFORD.—On January 7, at Coonil prlvnto hospital- Malvern, LetlUa, beloved wiío oí the late Harry Staflord. - At rest.

STORER.—On January 3, at Dunedin, James Albert, beloved husband oí Charlotte, loving brother oí Agnes. May, and John.

THATCHER. - on January 8 (suddenly), at 38 Mcculloch street. Tunstall, Margaret Ann, beloved wiie of Frederick, loved mother oí Dolly (deceased), Jojce (Mrs. G. S. Atkins), Alma (Mrs. L. W. J. Tain ton), Alice (Mrs. C. Heitsch). Frederick, Robert, and George.

THATCHER.-On January 8. at her resi- dence, Tunstall, Margaret Ann, dearly be- loved mother of Bob and Ruth. -Never was one more beloved.

THATCHER.-On January 8, at her resi- dence, Tunstall, Margaret Ann, dearly be- loved mother of Jojce and Gilbert Atkins, and darling nanna of June. -Tho' lost to sight, still memory ever dear.

THATCHER.-Cni oranuary 8, at her resi- dence, Tunstall. Margaret Ann, dearly be- loved mother of Alma and Len Talnton. de- voted nanna of Barry, Jennifer, and Russell, aged 50 years. -O for the touch of a vanished hand and sound of a loved voice

that is sUll.

THATCHER.-On January 8. at her resi- dence, 38 Mcculloch street, Tunstall. Mar- garet Ann, dearly beloved mother of George, and loved friend oí Violet Hunt. aged. 59 years. -You were a wonderful mother, wonderful mother ol mine.

THATCHER.-On January 8, at her resi- dency Tunstall, Margaret Ann, dearly be- loved mother of Fred and Stella, and loving nanna of Lynette, aged 59 years. -Dearly loved, sadly missed. .

THATCHER.-On January 8, at her resi- dence. Tunstall, Margaret Ann, dearly loved mother of Alice and Cliff Heitsch, aged 68 yean. -Our wonderful mother at rest.

TUCKWELL.-On January 3, at Welling- ton, New Zealand, Bertie Joseph, the loved son of Frank and the late Elisabeth Tuck- well, of Malvern.

WALSH.-:-On January 8 (suddenly), at his residence. 8 Knight street. Williamstown North, Timothy Jame* Walsh, beloved hus- band of Hannah, dearly loved father of Ellen (Mrs. O. Dey), Timothy, Thomas. Daniel, and Agnes (Mrs. F. Hogarth), aged 68 years. -Rest in peace.

WHEELDON.-On December 31. 1942, Sue, I Infant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. J Wheeldon, Wyndham, Wentworth, N.S.W.,

aged four months._

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour-On Active Service

COPAS.-In remembrance of our pal and esteemed workmate, Orm, from B.C. pro- pellent eection. -One of the best. Sadly missed. (Inserted by his late workmates.)

MOLONEY.-Pilot Officer Thomas George, only son of Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Moloney, and loving brother of the late Mollie, killed In air operations on January 9, 1942. when captain of a Wellington on way to Malta.

Bown?.-In loving memory of our only son. Alan, who departed this life January 10, 1931.

God- called him from our midst, But never from our heart«.

-(Inserted by- mother, father, and sister MavisO

BOWIE.-In loving memory of our dear nephew, . Alan. --Always remembered. (In- serted by aunts and uncles, of Melbourne.)

BROWN.-In loving memory of our darling daughter, Dorothy Jean, who passed away on January 6, 1841. -Deeply mourned, (In sorted by parents, Daisy, Harry.)

BULLOCK.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Agnes, and our dear mother, who passed away January 0, 1935. at Chantilly. France. (Inserted by her loving .husband Frank, and ' children. Bombay.)

BULLOCK.-In ever-loving memory of my dearest pal, "Agg," who died at Chantlllv France, on January 0. 1934. -If we could Tecali those happy days when we were all

together. (Fan.)

CAMP.-In loving memory of u»y dear wife and our mother, who passed away on January 9, 1938. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by her husband; daughter,-Alma; and son, Alex.)

CAMPBELL.-In loving memory of our dear mother, died January 8. 1940; also our dear father, died April 14. 1929. at Kyabram. -Cherished memories.

CLEMENS.-In memory of my daughter, Mrs. A. C. L. démens (nee Linda Justice). dear mother of ' little Dorothy Elva, < who passed away at Parkes. N.S.W.: also my granddaughter. Ellen Janet (Nellie) Smith, passed away Alfred Hospital, Victoria. (In- serted by E. Justice, Glenroy, Vic.)

COWLEY.—In loving memory of my dear wife end our dear mother, who passed away January 9, 1939. -Resting where no shadows fall, in perfect peace she waits us all. (Olen Auldyn, Ferntree Gully road. Oak-

leigh.)

ELLERTON.-In sad and' 'loving memory of Ellen Thérèse, wife of Albert Thomas, Who passed away January 9, 1942. -Always remembered. (Inserted by her loving fam-

ily.)

ELLIE.-In sacred and loving memory of a true friend. -Not death, but the dawn of

a new life.

FLETCHER.-In loving memory of my sister, Jean, who passed away at Geelong, January 10, 1942. -Some day we wiU understand. (Inserted by steter, Dorothy, and brother-in-law, Jim.)

GRIMSTER.-In loving memory of our oearest father, who departed this Hie Janu- ary 9, 1941. -May his dear soul rest in peace. (Inserted by his loving daughter, EUeen, son-in-law, Tom, grandson. Maurice.)

HARRIS.-In loving remembrance of father, who passed away January io, 1942. -Always remembered. Sadly missed. (Ken and

Nell.)

HARRIS.-In loving memory of Patricia Ann, who passed away January 9, 1940. -In God's care. (Inserted by John and Effie

Grant.)

HIRST.-In sad and loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father. Joseph Charles, who passed away suddenly, January 9. 1942. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by his wife and family.)

LANGFORD.-In loving memory of mother, Who passed away January B, 1942. (Inserted

by Con.)

McADAM.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away January 10, 1942. (Inserted by her loving children, Ruby, Ronald, and Eric.)

O'BRIEN.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Patrick Joseph O'Brien, who died January 9, 1942, loved father of Muriel. Tom, and Cliff, and darling grandpa of Rosemary. -Rest after weariness.

OLIVER. - In loving memory of dear Geoff, killed at Flemington January 10, 1936.

Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept Of one we loved and will never forget.

-(Inserted by his loving parents and brother, Powell.)

POULTER.-In loving memory of my dear fathier. William, who passed away January fl. 1939. -One of the best. (Inserted by his daughter. Nellie Boyd.)

POWER-MOORE. - In loving memory of my dear husband. Thomas Philip, and much loved father of Annette and Tom; also my dearest mother. Jessie Jeanette, who passed away January 3. 1925. t ,

POWER.-In loving memory of my darling mother, who passed away January 9, 1942. -Dearly loved, sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving daughter. Laura.)

ROBB.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father. -No one knows how much we miss you. (Inserted by his lov- ing wife and children.)

STEPHENSON. - In loving memory of our, beloved son, Robert, who passed away January 9, 1939. -In silence we remember. (Inserted by his loving mother and father.) WARREN.-In sad and loving memory of my dear husband. Fred, who passed away at Warragul January 9. 1942. -Deeply moumed sadly missed. (Inserted by his loving wife.

WARREN.-In loving memory of Frederick Warren, who passed away on January 9, 1942 loving father of Harry, and father-in-law of Mary. Yannathan. -Always remembered.

'WARREN.-In loving remembrance of my beloved father and our darling puppa, who passed away at Warragul, January 9, 1942. (Inserted by his loving daughter. Myrtle: Allen, and grandchildren, Victor, Wilma, and Nancye, Catani.)

WARREN.-In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away January 9, 1942. -Not just today, but every day, in silence we remember. (Inserted by Dorrie, Stan, and little Max.)

WARREN.-In loving memory of our dear father, passed away at Warragul January 9. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by his daugh- ter, Edie: son-in-law, Os; and grandsons.   Geoff. Bill, and Philip.)

WARREN.-in everlasting memory of our darling dad and grandfather, who passed away on January 9, 1942. (Inserted by his loving daughter. Girlie; son-in-law. Frank: and~ grandchildren, Olive, Fred, Ray, and

Ron.)

WARREN.-In loving memory of our dear father and pupa, Frederick, who passed away January 0, 1942. -Loved and remembered. (Inserted by his loving daughter. Marie, son-in-law, Arch, and grandsons, Alan, Geoff, and John.)

IN MEMORIAM      

WINSLOW (nee Cox).—Treasured memories   of our darling daughter and sister, Jean, who pawed Into the higher Ufe January 9, 1942. -Ood's greatest gift-remembrsnee. (Inserted by. her loving mother- n&d sister, Marjorie)

WINSLOW (nee Cox).-Cherished memories oí our darling sister, Jean, .who passed away January 9, 19*2. .-Not Just today, tait every day, in silence ,we- remember, -(inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Marion'and Bish.)

WINSLOW (nee Cox).-In fond memory ol our darling sister and dear auntie, Jean, who passed away January 9, 1942. --Love and remembrance last forever, (inserted by her loving sistci, Betty, and brother-in-law, Nell, and little nephew, Neil.)

WINSLOW.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Jean, who passed away on January 9, 1942. -We will always remember. (In- serted by her loving sister. Anne; brother in-law Len: and nephews, John and Robert

Bown.)

WINSLOW.-In loving memory of our dear dauehter-in-law. Jean. -We wiU always remember. (Inserted by P. and M. Winslow

and O Winslow.)

WINSLOW.-In loving remembrance of our darling Jean. -Sadly missed. (Jessie, Bert. Heather Bruce.)

WINSLOW.-On January 9, 1942, my dar llng Jean, the best pal I ever had. (Fred.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

ALBRECHT.-Mrs. A. E. ALBRECHT and Family wish to THANK their many kind Mends and relations for letters, cards, tele- grams, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; special thanks to Dr. O. S. MallaUeu. WiU all please accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of our sincere gratitude end apprecia- tion. 94 Ormond street. Kensington._

BARCLAY.-Mr. A. BARCIA? and Daugh- ter desire to express their sincere THANKS to all relations and friends for the kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received in their recent sad bereavement. Will all pleas« accept this as a personal acknowledgment of deep gratitude. Ila Thanet street. Malvern. ____

BEVERS.-Mrs. F. H. BEVERS and Son desire to express their THANKS to aU friends and relations for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes received in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept Uii» as a personal acknowledgment ox our gratitude and appreciation._

CLACY.—The Family of the late Mrs.

LUCY CLACY wish to THANK all friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will aU please accept this as a personal expresston of gratitude.

CONNOR.-Mrs. CONNOR and Family de- sire to THANK kind friends for all expres- sions of sympathy during their sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment at our sincere grati- tude;_

FLANNERY. - Mrs. W. J. FLANNERY and Daughters desire to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives and kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tri- butes in their recent ead bereavement. WIU all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of their gratitude. Jika Jika Hotel. North Fitzroy. ' _

HOWDEN. - The Family of the late MARY HOWDEN desire to THANK friends and relations for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

KIRKWOOD. - Mr. KIRKWOOD. Miss KIRKWOOD and Mrs. CARLISLE THANK their many kind friends for, letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, sad personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our gratitude and appreciation._

MR. and Mrs. NOAH ISAACS and Famllv. SI Brighton road. Elwood, desire to THANK all relatives and kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their dear son and brother. Gabriel (Gaby). Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledg ment of their sincere thanks and gratitude.

MR. and MRS. W. WILLIAMS and Famil« wish to THANK all kind friends and rela- tives for telegrams, cards, letters, floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement

the loss of their eldest daughter. Rose; especially thanking Dr. Curran for kin'' attention. 185 Hotham street. Rlpnonlea.

MRS. J. G. BJORKSTEN and Family wish to THANK their many kind friends and relatives for letters, cords, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in their recent sad bereavement. WiU all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment c1 our sincere gratitude and appre çiation. , ??_' ,

Mrs. S. JAQUES and Family, late of   Brisbane, desire to THANK aU relatives and friends for kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of gratitude, l63 Arthur street. Fair-

field._

MRS. M. STEVENSON and Family, Bent- leigh, wish to THANK their many kind friends and relations for letters, card* tele- grams, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy In their recent sad be- reavement;_

MRS. BLENHEIM and Family desire to THANK the many kind friends, also Prince Henry Hospital, for the great kindness in our sad bereavement-our father.

MUDIE.-Mrs. MUDIE wishes to THANK her many kind friends for letters, cards telr .rams, and beautiful floral tributes, a.c weU as personal expressions of sympathy. !

her very great loss. Will all please accept this as a personal token of gratitude. 7 Edward street. Sandringham._

ORR.-Mrs. M. J. ORR, and son, Frank, of 5 Radnor street. Camberwell, wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, letters, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Dr. Mahon. Will all please ac- cept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere thanks and gratitude._

THE Relatives of the late Mr. O BLEAZBY desire to THANK their kind friends for cards, letters, and floral tribute* during their recent bereavement. Will all olease accept this as a personal acknow

led cement._

TURNER.-Mrs. TURNER and Family de- sire to return their heartfelt THANKS to all kind friends -and relatives for telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad be- reavement especially thanking Drs. Pryor and Davidson, sisters at St. John's private hospital and Villa Marie. Rev. Fathers Shelly, Russell, and Crowe, also Mr. Hugh Evans and Son. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere rrratl turtp Brprthnrv str^t Brown Hill BallaTftt.

WEATHERLEY. - The Family of the late Mrs C. WEATHERLEY. 6 Leonard street. Deepdene, sincerely wish to THANK all kind friends, relatives, for their personal expressions of sympathy and floral tributes, cards, telegrams, during their recent sad

bereavement.

WOODBURY. - Mr. and Mrs WOOD- BURY and Family sincerely THANK all kind relatWes and friends for telegrams, cards, telephone calls, letters, and personal calls, in their recent tragic bereavement, especially thanking the staff of the Thornbury post office. WIU all please accept this as a per- sonal expression of gratitude. 60 Ballantyne street. Thornbury.

FUNERAL NOTICES

EASTON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. HELEN J. T. EASTON will leave 12 Gwenda avenue. Canterbury, THIS DAY (Saturday. January 9), at 2 p.m.. for the Box Hill Cemetery. US PINE & SON. JA1104.

FINDLAY.-The Funeral of Mrs. LYDIA FINDLAY will leave 896 Malvern road. Arma- dale on Monday, at 10.30 am., for the Fawkner Cemetery. W. G. APPS PTY. LTD., St Kilda LA1271 (2 lines)._

MARGET.-The Funeral of the late Mr. CONE MARGET will leave the Greek Ortho- dox Church, Victoria parade, East Melbourne, for the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner. THIS DAY (January 9). at 3 p m. APPS fz SONS PTY. LTD.. Funeral Directors, St. Kurla LA1271 (2 lines)._

PEMBERTON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN THOMAS PEMBERTON will leave 138 Buckley street, Essendon, THIS DAY, at 4 p.m., for the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors. Essendon. Phone FU1002.

RYAN.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul Of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH RYAN will be celebrated at -St. Joseph's Church. Stanhope streH, Malvern, THIS DAY, , at 9 p.m. The Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m. for the Heidelberg Cemetery. A.. V. TOBIN PTY. LTD. F1294._

THATCHER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARGARET A. THATCHER will leave 38 Mcculloch street. Tunstall, THIS DAY (Saturday. January 9), at 3 30 pm.. for the Box HiU Cemetery. LE PINE Se SON. JA1104._

TURNLEY.—The Funeral of the late     CLAUDE IVAN TURNLEY will leave 31 Everton grove. Surrey Hills. THIS DAY (Saturday. January 9), at'10.30 am., for the Box Hill Cemetery. LE PINE fe SON. JA1104.

WALSH.-The Funeral of the late Mr. TIMOTHY JAMES WALSH will leave his residence. 8 Knight street, WiUIamstowr North, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 11.15 am., lor the Williamstown Cemetery. ERNEST W, JACKSON, A.F.D.A. Wtown ÍS. ? - »

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