ATKINSON (nee Gwen Lloyd). –On May 17, at Kensington Nursing Home, Perth, to Capt. and Mrs. Colin Atkinson –a daughter (Judith Margaret). (Both well.)
BUTLER. –On June 4. at Kilmore, to Kevin and Lucille –a daughter.
CAMPBELL (nee Marsden). –On June 12, to Jean and Colin –a son (Alistair Ian).
CARMAN (nee Hamilton). –On June 15, at Dunstaffnage, Burwood, to Jean and Mac –a son and daughter. (All well.)
CLEMENTS (Crellin). –On June 12, at St. Margaret's Hospital, Sydney, to Myrtle and Carl, late of Hawthorn, Vic. –a daugh- ter (Geraldine).
COGHLAN (nee Boland). –On June 17, at St. Vincent's Hospital, to Noreen and Ken– a daughter.
COLLINGS (Thelma Gough). –On June 10, to W.O.1. and Mrs. B. R. Collings –a daugh-
ter (Noel Gough).
CROPLEY. (Williams). –On June 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Graham Cropley-a daughter (Helen Margaret).
DUTHIE (nee Blake). –On June 15, at the South Gippsland Hospital, Foster, to Jeannette, wife of Rev. Gilbert Duthie. The Parsonange-a daughter (Denise Lorraine).
EALES (nee McLean). –On June 11, at Epworth Hospital, to Jean, wife of William Henderson Eales–twins (son and daughter).
ELSOM (nee Nancy Stokes). –On June 2, at St. Helens private hospital, Windsor, to Lieut. and Mrs. John Elsom –a daughter.
EMMERSON (nee Hefford). –On June 6,
at Ferntree Gully Bush Nursing Hospital, to Mavis, wife of P. C. Emmerson, Monbulk –a son (Gregory John).
EWING. –On June 15, to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ewing, Edwin Terrace, Gilberton (S.A.) –a daughter.
FLEMING. –On June 12, at Port Lincoln, S.A., to Gwen, wife of Rev. T. R. Fleming –a son (John Irving).
GAZZARD (Buck). –On June 9, at Elmore, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Gazzard –a daughter (Pamela June).
GILL (Dinley). –On June 11, to Sgt.-Pilot and Mrs. Frank P. Gill –a son, (David Wal- ton).
GOLDBLOOM (nee Yaffe).---On June 16, at St. Andrew's Hospital, to F.-Sgt. and Mrs. Max Goldbloom--a son (Rodney Ian). (Both well.)
GRANTLEY (Gyton).---On June 13. at Vau- cluse. Moreland. to Viva and Len, R.A.A.F.--a daughter.
GUNN (nee Bonnett).---On June 15, Marcus Saltau House, Warrnambool, to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gunn, of Koroit--a daughter (Rosemary).
HAND (Bird).---On June 13. to Mavis and Arthur--a son (Maxwell Arthur).
HAYES (nee Mollie Date).---On June 14, pt St. George's. Kew. to the wife of Thomas J. Hayes., of North Balwyn--a daughter,
HEYSEN.---On June 9, at Jessie McPher- son Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Heysen--a
HIGHAM (Gook).---On June 16, at Corin- ella, to Mealor and Bob. Staff-Sgt., A.I.F.-- a daughter. (Both well.)
HILLARD (nee Ruth Hume).---On June 16, at Jessie Mcpherson Hospital, to Ruth and
Ron. the gift, of a daughter (Noeleen Jean).
HOARE (nee Dowling).---On June 13, at St, Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to Gunner and Mrs. J. P. G. Hoare -- a daughter (Angela Mary).
HOLMES.---On June 11, to Rev. G W. and Mrs. Holmes, Derby, Western Australia--
a daughter (Margaret Ruth).
HOWDEN (nee McMillan).---On June 16, St. Andrew's Hospital, to Melva and George (R A.A.F.)--a son (John).
JOLLEY (nee Noonan).---On June 16, at
Bethlehem. Caulfield, to Sheila and Vincent-- a son (Peter Emmet).
KAY.---On Mav 5. at Vatukoula, Fiji, to Dorothy, wife of Robert P. Kay--a son.
LAITY (Strickland).---On June 17, at St. Georges to Alice and Stan--a daughter. (Both well.)
LIDDELL.---On June 11, at the Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Liddell--a daughter (Margalet Elizabeth).
LINK (Beeston).---On June 18, at St. Andrew's, to Ted and Joyce--a daughter (Helen Yvonne). (Both well.)
LITCHFIELD.--- On June 13, at Winde- mere private hospital, High street. Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs F G. Litchfield, of East St. Kilda-a son (Peter Graham).
MAHER (nee Maureen K).---On June 11, at Euroa, to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Maher, of Barnong, Violet Town--a son.
McCLELLAN (nee Briggs).---On June 14, at St. Andrew's Hospital, to Marlon and L.A.C. W. McClellan, R.A.A.F.--a daughter (Dianna).
McMEEKIN.---At Rokeby, Albury, to Dorothy and Allan, Ournie, Upper Murray--a
MILLAR.---On June 15, at Bethlehem Hos- pital. Caulfield, to Mr. and Mrs. V. G.
MURDOCH.-On June 12, at Epworth Hos- pital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Murdoch, 55 Davis street. Kew - a son (John Francis).
MURPHY (nee McManus).---On June 12, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Frank and Marie--a daughter (Kerry Anne).
PARKER (nee Dingfelder).-On Mavy22, at Kurmala, Bendigo, to Edith and Hedley (A.I.F.)-a son (Ian Hedley). (Both well.)
PETHERBRIDGE.---On June 18, at Brigh- ton Community Hospital, to Lola and Ern-- a son (Geoffrey Ernest).
RANKIN (Maplestone).---On June 12, at Jessie Mcpherson Hospital, to Mavis and Andrew-a daughter (Mavis Heather), (Lived half-hour.)
RASMUSSEN.---On June 8, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Rasmussen--a son. (Geoffrey Christian).
READING (nee Buckle).---At Guildford, Camberwell, to Valerie and Arthur, of Ood- nadatta (S.A.)-a. son.
REILLY (Bessie Benjamin) .---On May 18, to Owen and Bessie, Cann River--a daugh- ter (Glenys Ellen).
RUTTER (nee Wilson). –On June 5, at St. Andrew's Hospital, East Melbourne, to Mar- garet, wife of Surgeon-Lieutenant John F. Rutter, R.A.N.R –a son (John Wilson).
RYAN (nee Monger). –On June 13, at St. George's, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ryan, of Mont Albert –a son (Graeme James). (Both well.)
SINCLAIR. –On June 16, at Nooralie pri- vate hospitalm Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Sinclair –a daughter.
SOUTHERN (nee Briggs). –On June 9, at Vaucluse, to Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Southern –a daughter (Ann Beryl). (Both well.)
SPURLING (Lodwick). –On June 10, at St. Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to Vera and Kevin –a son (Robert William).
STALEY (nee Clarke). – On June 18, at Jessie McPherson Community Hospital, to Barbara and Tom –a daughter (Suzanne Margaret).
STEVENS (nee Eastman).---On June 15, at Sesklnore private hospital, to Beryl, wife of George L. Stevens (A.I.F.)--a son (Michael George).
STEVENSON (nee Bettv Salter).---On June 11, at Queen Victoria Matenity Hospital, to Cpl (R.A.A.F.) and Mrs. Stevenson--- a son (Hugh Lionel).
STRICKLAND (Fogg).---On June 2 at Bethesda, to Ilma and Eric--a daughter (Joan Lesley).
SWINTON.---On June 6, at Corio, to the wife of John Swinton (A.I.F., returned)--- a daughter.
TYRRELL (Lycett).---On June 15, at Bethlehem, to Dorothy and S.-Ldr. B. G. Tyrrell (R.A.A.F.)--twin daughters (one stillborn, other lived 2 days).
UPSTILL.---On June 10, at St. Andrew's. East Melbourne to Mr. and Mrs. G, S. Upstill--a son (Roger).
WARD.---On June 14. at St. George's Hos- pital, to Mr. and Mrs D. Ward, Deepdene --a son (Keith William).
WESTON (Carroll).---On June 17, at Bethlehem Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Weston, Caulfield, late of Benalla--a daugh- ter.
WHITELAW.---On June 14, at Hopetoun Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitelaw --
WILLIAMS (nee Fethers).---On June 15, at Hamilton, to Pilot-Officer (R.A.A.F. abroad) and Mrs. J. E. Williams--a daughter (Bron- wyn Eleanor).
ANGUEY-SHUE.---On June 5, Collins- street Baptist Church, by Rev. A. Innocent, Joyce, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shue, Nathalia, to Sgt. Walter (A.I.F. returned), third son late Mr. and Mrs. J. Anguey. Ballarat.
CULHANE - McCORMACK.---On June 2, at Sacred Heart Church, Sandringham, Mar- garet (Greta), second daughter of Ellen and the late John McCormack, of Ovens, to Maurice, youngest son of the late Michael and Mary Culhane, late of Talbotville.
DOHERTY-CHARLES.---On June 12, at Presbyterian Church, Abbotsford, Dorothy May, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Charles, North Richmond, to John William (A.M.F.), eldest son of' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doherty, of Dundonnell, Vic.
HICKINGBOTHAM--SMITH.---On May 22, at St. Andrew's Church, Brighton, Alleen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Stans- field Smith, of 16 Head street. Elwood, to St.-Off. Lindsay George Hickingbotham (R.A.A.F.), elder son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hickingbotham, of Yea.
O'BRIEN-STRONG.---On June 2, at Pres- byterian Church, Brisbane, Lorna Madeline, eldest daughter, of Mrs. L. T. Strong, of Willesden road, Oakleigh, and the late Mr. F. W. Strong, to Sgt. H. C. O'Brien (U.S. Army), of Northport, New York.
PAYNE--STOCK.---On June 1, at Presby- terian Church, Box Hill, Ruth, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stock, to Sgt. Charles Douglas, eldest son of Mr. find Mrs. Charles Payne, Digby road, Hamilton.
SUTHERLAND--CARTER.---On April 9, at St. Mark's, Darling Pt., Sydney, Corinne, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter, Canberra, to Dr. Geoffrey Suther- land, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. David Sutherland, Wedderburn.
TEASDALE--NAPPER.---On May 20, at Christ Church. South Yarra, the marriage of Dorothy Prances Napper to L.-Cnl. Lyndon John Teasdale, A.I.P., was cele- brated by the Rev. E. Schwieger.
TWYCROSS--WOOLCOCK.---On May 17. at Holy Trinity Church oí England, Kew, by Archdeacon Wilson, Violet Elizabeth, only daughter of the late James H. Woolcock and of Mrs. Woolcock, 31 Walpole street, Kew, to Thomas L. A., youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. Twycross, 41, Barker's road. Kew.
CHRISTIE---BOLAH.---Mr. and Mrs. John Christie have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their marriage, cele- brated on June 20, 1918, by the late Rev. D. Gilchrist, assisted by the Rev. J. H. Hewitt, at St. Andrew's Church, Carlton. (Present address. 9 Mervyn crescent, Ivan-
HUMPHRIES--STANDEN.---On June 19, 1883, at St. Andrew's Church, Nottingham, England, by the Rev. H. Tebbutt, John Humphries, of Longridge, to Emma Standen, of Goosnargh. (Present address, 38 Heuer street, West Brunswick.)
On Active Service.
CUTHILL. --- Missing, operational training flight, September 12, 1942 (presumed dead), Sgt.-Obsvr. Ronald Allan Cuthill, dearly loved brother of Edna, and brother-in-law of Cpl. Jim Sauvarin (R.A.A.F.), find loving uncle of Anne. -For ever In our thoughts.
CUTHILL.---Missing, operational training flight. September 12, 1942 (now officially pre- sumed dead), Sgt.-Observer Ronald Allan Cuthill. R.A.A.F., dearly loved flanee of
Norma M. Warne.
DOWER.---On June 15 (killed aircraft acci- dent Benalla), L.A.C. John Robert (Ben) Dower, dearly loved son of Ida and Jack Dower, aged 21 years. ---Loved by all.
DOWER.---On June 15 (killed aircraft acci- dent. Benalla), L.A.C. John Dower, dearly loved fiance of Bonya.
DOWER.---On June 15 (result of aircraft accident), L.A.C. John R. Dower, dearly loved grandson of Florence Dower, and nephew of Ivy Mccann, 1o James street,
DOWER.---On June 15 (killed aircraft accident), L.A.C. John Robert Dower, nephew of Nance and Allen, and cousin of Nan Esler. --With love and pride we'll
LEAKE.---A tribute to the memory of our beloved nephew (result of aircraft accident, Tasmania, June 11), A.C.I Alan Bruce, late 2/5th Batt., A.I.F., returned. (E. Pritchard,
LEE. --- Sgt. Douglas Henry. To my darlingest Doug, whom I will always love. (Inserted by little Caroline Jacks.)
LEE.---Tribute oí love and respect to our dearest Doug, missing air operations Middle East, presumed dead. (Inserted by Merle
SAMPSON.---On June 6, died of illness. Sgt. John Harris, husband of Mary, father of Betty, Bill (A.I.F.). John, and Stephen.
SAMPSON.---On June 6. died of illness, Sgt. John Harris, loved elder son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Sampson, and brother of Stephen, Nell, and Mary.
SCHULTZ.---On June 11, at Ashley Combe. Porlock Weir, Somerset, England (result of air operations), Sergeant-Pilot Frederick Carl, dearly loved eldest son of C. and A. Schultz, of Ringwood road, Boronia, late Ferntree Gully, loved brother of Doris, Mavis, and Alan (N.p.), and fiance of Ida Tucker. -A wonderful son and bro- ther. We will always remember you smiling.
SCHULTZ.---On. June 11, at Ashley Combe. Porlock Weir, Somerset. England (result of air operations), Sergeant-Pilot Frederick Carl dearly loved brother of Doris and Alex Dingley, of Ferntree Gully, fond uncle of Elaine, Fred, Brenda, and Joan. --Duty
SCHULTZ.---On June 11 (result of air operation) Frederick Carl, dearly loved brother of Mavis, loved brother-in-law of Lionel Byrne, and loved uncle of Garry. To know him was to love bim.
Locums Immediately Available.
ARTHUR NIALL and COGHLAN,
127 Collins Street, Melbourne. Cent. 1322.
ADAMS.—On June 17, Francis Walter, be- loved husband of the late Eleanor, and father of Loch. Kenneth, Austin, Zita (Mrs. Whil- lans), Eunice (Mrs. Harman), and Margaret (Mrs. Dixon). —R.I.P.
ALLMAN.---On June 13, at Cowwarr, Ted, loving husband of the late Hanna, aged 72.
ANDERSON.---On June 14 (suddenly), at Glenassie, Nullawarre. James Miller, dearly beloved husband of Jane, and loving father of John, Robert, Leslie (A.I.F., overseas), Joyce, Alan, and Florence, aged 56 years.
BAKER.--- On June 15, Emily Ada. the be- loved wife of the late Charles Baker, of Mulgrave, and dearly loved cousin of Ethel and Vic. Bridges, 16 Talbot avenue, East St. Kilda. -To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die.
BALD.---On June 15 (suddenly), Marie Louise, eldest daughter of the late William and S. E. Bald, beloved sister of Bert and Ethel (Mrs. Dowthwaite).
BALD. --- Sweet memories, Marie,(Bessie Sommerville.)
BALD. --- Marie, dear, we have memories, have we not? (Cass.)
BALD.-Marie, darling, we will remember. Just all revoir. (Cedric and Teddie Patt.)
BARNETT. On June 16 (suddenly), at her residence, 44 Oswald street, Elsternwick, Miriam Ellen, beloved wife of Frank Herbert Barnett, and the loved mother of Russell and Norah. —R.I.P. (Privately interred June
BEARD.---On June 18, at 99 Poath road, Hughesdale, Hannah Page, dearly beloved wife of the late George Beard, loved mother of Jessie, William, John, Samuel, Clara, Ernest, May, and Albert, aged 87 years.
BERGEN.---On June 10, at Tallangatta Hospital, Fredrick William, loved husband of Elizabeth, father of Jack, Ella, Annie, and Cissie, in his 80th year.
BOULTER.--On June 17, at 8 The Avenue, Hampton, Edward John, beloved husband of late Mabel Boulter, formerly of North Fitz- roy, and loving father of Edward, Harold (deceased), Mabel (Mrs. A. B. Crabtree), Walter, Jessie (Mrs. E. V. Skipper), and Caroline (deceased), aged 87 years 9 months.
BRADY.—On June 18, at St. George's Hos- pital, Kew, Peter Michael, of Main road, Doncaster, beloved husband of Julia, loving father of Alma (Mrs. Crome), James Michael, Mary (Mrs. Graham, Launceston), Frank, Charles, Leo, Irene (Mrs. Breen), Brenden (A.I.F.), and Margaret. —Requiescat in
BRAND.---On June 17 (result of accident), William Charles Alfred, loved son of William and Verna Brand, of 18 Cambridge street. Collingwood, and loved brother of Betty, aged 22 years. --A good son, brother, and
BRAY.---In memory of Dr. Simon Bray, who passed away suddenly June 5. ---Always remembered for his kindness and attention. R.I.P. (Inserted by Sylvia Hunt, Mcilwraith street. Princes Hill.)
BRYANT. --- On June l8, at 111 Lincoln road, Essendon, Henry, lifelong friend of the Coomber family, aged 88 years.
CHAPMAN.---On June 17, at Cosy Glen, Tecoma, Benjamin Henry, dearly loved hus- band of Edith A., loving father of Sidney (Apollo Bay), and loved brother of Jos., Will, Wes., Percy (deceased). Theo, Walter, and Albert. (Privately cremated June l8.)
COLEMAN.---On June 17, Catherine Cole- man, 15 North road, Newport, relict of the late William Hamilton, dearly loved mother of Helen (Mrs. E. F. Watkins), Doris (de- ceased), Claude (A.I.F. deceased). Muriel (Mrs. W. F. Crawford). Rowan, Phyllis (Mrs. J. Thompson, deceased), William, Iris (Mrs. Goff), and Eileen, aged 76 years. -A won- derful mother, at rest. (Private Inter- ment.)
CRAIG.---On June 5. Albert H., husband of Claire Craig (Brisbane), late Cotham road.
DALE.---On June l8, at her residence, 6 Golk Links avenue, Oakleigh, Lucy Maud, Dale, dearly beloved wife of Charles, and lov- ing mother of Jean. -A beautiful memory she left behind.
DALE.---On June l8, at her residence, 5 Golf Links avenue, Oakleigh, Lucy Maud Dale, loving mother of Gwen (Mrs. Grant) and mother-in-law of Frank, loving nanny of Valerie. --Although you have gone. Mum, we will never forget you.
DALE.---On June l8, at her residence, 5 Golf Links avenue, Oakleigh, Lucy Maud Dale, loving mother of Mavis (Mrs. Hinrick- son), mother-in-law of Bill, and loving nan of Beryl. ---Remembrance keeps you ever
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DALE.-On June l8, at her residence, 5 CctfLtaks avenue. Oakleigh, Lucy Maud Dale lovtag mother of Noel, mother-in-law of Ella and loving nan of Avis, Norma, and
^¿¡ZelT -We who loved you sadly miss y DARBY -On June 16, at her residence,
GrevJnolme, 45 Virginia street. Newtown. Gee ton¿ Sara A. J., relict of the late Robert Darby, of George Town, Tasmania.
DAVIES.-On June 10, at Johannesburg, south Africa, Sydney Ernest, the beloved
Ser of Will (deceased), Harry (deceased).
Sarah (deceased). Alf (deceased). Lou (de- based). Mary (deceased). Charlie, Maud, and Ted (deceased), late of Ballarat.
DOWD.-On June l8, at the Gippsland Hospital, intermediate section, Robert John, fienrlv beloved husband of Annie, and loving father oi Marjorie (Mrs. Foster). John (de- ceased). Doris. Betty, and Harold, aged 61 years. - R.I.P. ,_ _
ERREY.-on June 14. Ebenezer David, of Llanberis, Baddaginnie (late of Camperdown).
-A loved brother.
EVANS.-On June 9. at 37 The Corso. Parkdale, MRria, loved wife of the late H. W. Evans Westgarth, mother of Bert, and grandmother of Gwen. Joyce, Jean, and Marie. (Privately interred.)
FOLLETT -In loving memory of our cousin Ken. taken 'home June 16. aged 20 years. - One of nature's gentlemen. (Inserted by Joy ard Thel Mcrriott, Mt. Waverley.)
FOLLETT.-On June 16. Ken. loved little friend of Capt. and Mrs. Gray, 7 Patty street, Mentone, dearly loved pal of Leith (R.A.A.F.).
FOOTE.-On June 17, at her home, Dan- denong road. Malvern, Jessie, widow of Thomas Vicars Footo. (Privately interred on
FORD.-On June l8, at 42 Elster avenue. Gardenvale, Harry Albert, dearly beloved husband of Fanny Elizabeth Ford, and loving father of Hazel. (Private interment.)
FREEMAN.-On June 16, at Horsham Base Hospital. George, belo"«! husband of the Irte Emily Ellen, and father of Ruby (Mrs. A. Scholles, McDonald street, Murtoa), aged
GILL-On June l8, at St. Andrew's Hos- pital Luther Gill, late of 265 Toorak road. South Yarra, beloved husband of Naomi. -Sweet memories.
GILL.-On June l8, at St. Andrew's Hos- pital Luther, the loved brother of Elizabeth Gill. -Thy will be done.
GILL.-At St. Andrew's, Albert Luther, loved father of Gwendoline (Mrs. Budge, Alphington), grandfather of Geoff and Gwen (Mrs. Fox, Traralgon), and great-grand- father of Joan. -At rest.
GILL.-On June l8, at St. Andrew's Hos- pital, Luther Gill, the beloved friend of M. A. Rogers. -Sadly missed.
HAMILTON.-On June 17 (suddenly), at Ringwood, Trevor Samuel Hamilton, beloved husband of Rita, and loving father of Gwennyth and Ronald (A.I.F.). beloved son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Hamilton, of New- town, Geelong, and loved brother of the late Bert and Mrs. N. Greer (Winnie), of Adelaide.
HANSFORD.-A tribute of affection and esteem to Ron Hansford from the members of St. Paul's, Canterbury, Church of England Fellowship.
HARPER.-On June 11. at her home, 8 William street. Abbotsford. Catherine, beloved daughter of the late Robert and Catherine Harper. - Requlescat in pace, (Interred privately.)
HARPER.—On June 17, at a private hos- pital, Surrey Hills, Susan Hephzibah, loved mother of Vera and Frank McLean, 14 Nor- folk road, Surrey Hills, and loving grannie of Mary (Mrs. Hansen), Peg (Mrs. Fox), and Jack (A.I.F.), in her 98th year late
HARPER.—On June 17, Susan H., loving mother of Millie and late Will. G. Fox, in her 98th year. —Passed peacefully away.
HARPER.—On June 17, Susan H., beloved mother of Les and Belle, grandmother of Bryan, aged 97 years, late of Warrnambool.
HARPER.—On June 17, at Surrey Hills, Susan H., loved and dear friend of Lill M. Rose, in her 98th year.
HERZ.-On June 15, at l8 Bay street, Mordialloc, Larry (late A.I.F., 1914-18). loving husband of Queenie, and father of Hugh (R.A.A.F.) and Jack (R.A.N.).
HILTON.-On June 17, at his residence 8 Crowther place, Brighton, Fredrick John, esteemed member of Sector 53, Brighton A.R.P. (Inserted by his fellow wardens.)
HITCHCOCK.-On June 11, passed away, the dearly loved mother of Eileen, and loving grandma of Betty and Ken. -Peacefully sleeping.
JONES.-On June l8 (suddenly), at Sassa- fras, Robert Hamilton, loved son of Mr, and Mrs. Mervyn Jones, brother of Lorraine and Ian, aged 5 years.
KEAYS.-On June l8, at her residence, 61 Brougham street, North Melbourne, Ellen, dearly loved wife of the tate Edward Keays, loving mother of Ann (Mrs. Wood) and Edward, aged 72 years. -Rest in peace.
KEYES. - On June 13. Brigid Teresa, Loreto, Alexandra street, East St. Kilda, beloved wife of' the late John Keyes, daugh- ter of the late John and Marv Markham, and beloved sister of Margaret (Mrs. O'Sulli- van, Queensland), Charles (St. Kilda), and Patrick (Mitcham). - Requlescat in pace.
KING.--On June 15. at Sea Lake, John George, beloved husband of Margaret, and loved father of Edward, Helene (Mrs. J B. Cathcart), Linda (Mrs. S. J. Sheean), 'and
George, aged 68 years.
KING.---On May 14, at Christchurch, New Zealand, Harold King, born at Boort, Vic- toria, loved husband of Flora King, and father of Mrs. Gertrude Glover, 8a Ercildoune avenue, E.2, Victoria, aged 65 years.
LAMPRILL.-On June 11, Charles Herbert Lamprill, of Kingston Beach. Hobart, Tas- mania, aged 75 years.
LAWRENCE.---A tribute to the memory of our Auntie Ess., who passed away on June 15. (From her loving nieces and nephews, Norman, Una, Keith, Ivan, Bruce, of You- rang, via Tungamah, and Betty. Gwenda, and Wilma, of Mont Albert.)
LAWSON.---On June 17 (suddenly), at 16 Margaret street, Canterbury, beloved wife of W. P. Lawson, and loved sister of Mrs. E. M. Wilson, Mrs. E. A. Lawson, Mrs. A. J. Saunders, and Campbell. -He giveth His beloved sleep.
LEWIS.--On June l8, at the Repatriation Hospital, Caulfield, Anthony Richmond, late 149th General Transport Co., 2nd A.I.F., clearly loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Lewis (of Brighton), loving brother of Bar- bara, Russell (R.A.A.F.), David (A.I.F.), and John, and nephew of Peter, aged 27 year. -Our Tony.
LEWIS.-Anthony Richmond, late A.I.F., loved brother of Russell, and dear brother in-law of Lou. -Dearly loved.
LEWIS.-Anthony Richmond, late A.I.F., loving friend of Rae. -In God's care.
LONNIE.-On June l8, at his residence. 57 Woolton road. Thornbury. Lieut.-Col. George William Lonnle (Salvation Army), beloved husband of Jennie, and loved father of Ivy (Mrs. Major Sharp) and Florence (Mrs. Ad- jutant Southwell), grandfather of Isabel, and Ian, aged 77 years.
MCGRATH.-On June 14 (result of acci- dent), William, beloved husband of May, loving father of Laurie (New Guinea), Loma, and Maurice, of 23 Lorraine street, Bent-
MCGRATH. -On June 14 (result of acci- dent) William, loved son of Emily and the late Laurence McGrath, late of Moonee Ponds, loving brother of Lottie (Mrs. Kurrie),
Ivy (Mrs. Watson), and Harold. 78 Seymour- road, Elsternwick.
MORRISBY.-On June 17, at private hos- pital, East Malvern. Hilda Leone, beloved We of Leslie. -In God's care. (Private interment.) (Tasmanian papers please copy.)
MORRISBY.-On June 17. at private hos- pital, East Malvern, Hilda Leone, dearly loved and devoted mother of Geoffrey and Audrey. -Our loved one at rest. (Tas- manian papers please copy.)
MORRISBY.-On June 17, at East Mal- vern Hilda, sincere and respected friend of L. G. Bowdltch.
MUNCKE.-on June 13. at a private hos- pital, Rose Bay (N.S.W.), Emilie Caroline, beloved wife of Bruno (deceased), and dear mother of Louis (deceased). Minnia, Bill, and Max. aged 78 years.
MURRAi'.-On June 17. at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. P. Vertigan), Ocean u.we, Jessie Meek, the dearly beloved wife w Thomas Murray. 120 Clarence street. Gee- long West, and devoted mother of Ted (Longwarry). Marion (Mrs. P. D. Vertigan). Lance (A.I.F., P.O.W.), and Ruth (Mrs. R. west, deceased), loved grandma of Grahame (Second A.I.F.. ret.) and Lance (of Long- warry), and Dorothy and Betty Vertigan. aged 16 years. -In God's keeping.
rn?^VER¿~In tovlng memory of Mrs. S. A. ?"£". who,Passed away June 17 (result of accldentj. beloved past teacher and friend S.WI at Nlcholson street Methodist Sunday £ behool. -For ever witli the Lord.
t/sPëAîfE,~A tribute of love and affection R §"'&. cherished friend of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Verso, Bacchus Marsh.
BMÎ?ARÇE-"T0n.June *? at Stawell. Stanley T¿ÜÍP- dear!y loved brother of Jack and -w» '" i?,evo,ted uncle of Jimmy and Jill.
w®wJiL.always remember him smiling.
PICKETT. -On June 18, at her home, 28 Pickett street, Dandenong, Marie Kate, the dearly beloved wlfe of the late James Pickett, and devoted mother of Eva (Mrs. Earsman), Reg (deceased), and Stanley, loving grandma of Peggy, and loved mother-in-law of Louie, aged 73 years - Father and mother re- united. (Private interment.)
PIPER.-On June l8, at Epworth Hos- pital, William Robert, beloved husband of Edith, and loving father oí Beverly.
RAGLUS.-On June 12, at St. Andrew's Hospital, John, tho dearly loved husband of Nellie Raglus, of 88 Napier crescent, Glen- bervie and lpved father of Will, and father in-law of Louie, loving grandpa of Nellie. Arthur, and little Margaret, late of Western District Co-op. Produce Ltd. (cheese dept.). -The long day closes.
SATCHELL.-On June 17, Emma, dearly loved daughter of the late James and Alice Satchell (late of Albert road. South Mel- bourne). -Rest after weariness.
SCALES.-On June 14, at Brisbane, Ellen Mary (Tot), wife of the late Lew Scales, eldest daughter of the late Michael Kearney (Moorilim).
SPENCER.-On Juno 16, at Launching Place (suddenly), Cora, loved youngest daughter of the late James and Mary Lowe, loving sister of Una and Ida, devoted mother of Noel (A.I.P.), Milton (A.I.P.), Jock, and Janet. -After much suffering rest.
STOOKE.-On June 7, Norma Janet, dearly loved youngest daughter of William Henry and Ella Stooke (of Pt. Nepean road. Chel- tenham), and loving sister of Joyce and Ira, aged 14 years. -Treasured memories».
TUGNETT.-Bill, loved son-in-law of Mrs. Swan, and brother-in-law of H. and M.
Waack, P. and L. Allein. S. and A. Edsell, H. and M. Graydon, H. and C. Drew, A. and E. Leber, E. and N. Stephens. -Loved by all.
VOGT.-On Juno l8, at Heidelberg, Mar- garet, beloved wife of Henry Vogt (of Queenstown, via Hurstbridge), aged 70 years.
WALKER.-On June 14 (suddenly). Leslie Thomas, beloved husband of Anne, and de- voted father of Harry. Fred (now in New Guinea), and Alf., and loving father-in-law of Tillie, all of 6 Errol steet, East Prahran.
WALLACE.-On June l8, at private hos- pital, Melbourne, Henry Edward Wallace, of 316 Glenferrie road. Malvern, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wallace, late cf Geelong. -Requlcscat in pace.
WARDELL.-On June l8, at bush nursing hospital Lilydale. Jane, beloved wife of the late Henry Wardell, and loving mother of Marion (deceased), Ernest Cliff (deceased, A.I.P.), and Vincent, aged 81 years. -For ever with the Lord.
WESTREND -On June 17, David A., dearly loved father of Gertrude (Mrs. J. A. Thick), grandpa of Jean (Mrs. E. Mann), and David (A.I.P.). (Private intennent.)
WHITEHEAD.-On June 10, Eva May. de- voted daughter-in-law of Philip and Dora, fond sister-in-law of Rex, Joan, ROÍIS, and Thais.
WILLIAMS.-On June 17. at a private hospital, Malvern, Francis Edward, second ton of the late Richard and Marianne Wil- liams (of South Melbourne), loved brother of Margaret (deceased). Ellen (Mrs. B. Sampson), Isabella (Mrs. I. E. Sim). Thomas (deceased), Louisa (deceased). Josephine (Mrs. A. Williams). Bertha (Mrs. J. Livingston, deceased). Richard, Albertina, Herbei t, Arthur, and Percy (deceased).
WRIGHT.-On June 12, at his residence. Trevallyn. 14 Blake street. Caulfield. Charles William, the beloved husband of Esther, and devoted father of Ronald (Bendigo), Thelma (Mrs. C. Fenwick, Mentone). Vera (Mrs. Spnull. Dargo). Leonard (Caulfield), Hartley (Traralgon), aged 70 years. - Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.
Roll of Honour-On Active Service
BARRY.-In proud and loving memory of Pilot-Officer James Barry, who lost his life on June 20, 1941. -Ever remembered.
CLARK.-On June 19, 1942, at New Delhi, India, Thelma Isobel, beloved only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Clark, Rangoon, be- loved sister of F. S. Clark (Darebin). -Duty nobly done.
FENTON.-In loving memory of Lieut. J. W. Fenton, M.M.. 15th Battery, 5th Bri- gade, A.I.P., died No. 2 British Red Cross Hospital, Boulogne, France, June 19. 1918. (N.F., D.T.F.)
GREIG.-In proud and fond memory of Sgt.-Pilot Charles Forrest Greig, R A.F, younger son of late Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Greig, Junction Hotel, Korongvale. killed in air accident. Market Drayton, Shropshire, England, June 19, 1941. -Duty nobly done, Chas. The gang will always remember you. (Inserted by his loving brother and sistei in-law, Cliff and Mary.)
KITCHEN.-In loving memory of our dear son, Sgt.-Pilot David Gordon Kitchen (R.A.A.F.), killed in air operations over Emden. Germany, June 20, 1942. -A tender chord of memory is softly touched today. (Inserted by his loving mother and father.)
KITCHEN.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Sgt.-Pilot David Gordon Kitchen (R.A.A.P.), killed in air operations over Emden, Germany. June 20, 1942.
Thoughts drift back to happy days: Life moves on. but memory stays.
-(Inserted by his loving brothei and sis- ter, Stanley and Gwen.)
KITCHEN.-Sgt -Pilot David Kitchen, captain of his crew, killed in air opera- tions over Germany, June 20, 1942. -He was always ready to do a good turn. Greatly admired and loved by all. He has left beautiful memories. (Inserted by lus aunt. Melva Kitchen.)
KITCHEN.-In loving memory of Sgt. Pilot David Goidon Kitchen, R A.A.F., killed in action June 20. 1942.
Within a hallowed mound, Beneath a foreign sky.
While sentinels on wings Guard thee from on high.
(Inserted by employees. D. L. Kitchen Clothing Co.)
KITCHEN.-A fond tiibute to the memory of David Gordon Kitchen (sgt.-pilot, R.A.A.F.). killed in action over Emden (Germany) on June 20, 1942. -His duty nobly done. (Inserted by Mr. and Mis. Robert E. Armstrong.)
STEVENS.-In loving memory of Sergeant Geoffrey Lovell, R.A.A.F., wireless operator air gunner, killed in air opeiations over Emden, Germany, on June 20, 1942, loved elder son of Mr. and Mis. L B. Stevens, Malvern, loved brother of Seigeant-Pilot Brian (R.A.A.F. abroad).
STEVENS.-In memory of Sgt. Geoffrej L. Stevens, loved grandson of Mrs. T. B. His cock and the late Mr. T. B. Hiscock. loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. V. Short.
STEVENS.-In loving memory of Geoffrev Lovell, killed in action June 20. 1942. (Gent family.)
TURNER.-In loving memory of Corporal Prank (Vic), beloved husband of Olive, died result of accident June 20. 1913. -Trcasuied memories.
UNKLES.-In memory of our dear ones, VX40177, Alan, 2/2 Pioneers Battn. Bmid, died of wounds while P.O.W. at Beirut, Syria. June 21, 1941; Edna, passed away suddenly April 21, 1940. (Parents and sister.)
WATSON.-In memory of my dear son, Dvr. Andrew Watson. 2/2nd Pioneers, died of wounds, Syria June 20, 1941. loved son of Sgt. A. Watson (killed In action. Pozieres. 14th August. 1916), adored brother of Prances (Mrs. Mackey), loving uncle of wee Andrew, (inserted by I. Watson. Fenwick street.
WILLIS, Late 10th Squadion, R A.A.F.
Treasured memories of our dearly loved han and brother, Bob, and a tribute to his nine gallant comrades, all presumed to have lost their Uves through enemy action near England, June 21, 1942. -We bless the years we called him ours, and leave the rest to God. (Inserted bv his loved ones, 12 Severn street. Yai ra ville.)
BARKER.-In loving memory of William Barker, who died June 19, 1934. (Inserted by his loving family.)
BETWRY.-In loving memory of oin dear father and grandfather, who passed avvaj. June 20, 1942. -Ever remembered by his lov- ing son, Edward, and family.
BISH.-To the memory of Henry, loving husband of Mary, died June 20, 1934. -Fond
BOLTON (Veronica Teresa).-In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away June 20, 1939. (Inserted for Veronica by Martin.)
BROWN.-A tribute to the memory of my dear husband, and our father. James, who passed away June 20, 1942. (Inserted by hi! wife and family.)
CARKEEK.-A tribute of love to the memory of our dear father, Walter, who passed away on June 20, 1941; also our dear mother. Emma, who pasfed away on October 11, 1930. -Remembrance. (Inserted by Walter, Elsy-Mrs. Tickell-Challes, and Victor.)
CATLIN".-In loving memory of my dear husband, George James, who passed away June 20, 1941. -A thought for today, a memory for ever. (Inserted by his loving wife, Gertrude Catlin.)
COLLINS.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Henrietta, who departed this life June 20, 1942. -A year gone by, yet by my side she still walks. (Inserted by her loving husband. Jack.)
CULLEN.-Treasured memories of my dear husband. Tom. passed away June 19. 1939. -Sadly missed. (InsertM by his loving wife.
CUTHILL.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 19, 1942, be- loved mother of William, May (Mrs. D. Gib- son), Jean, and Jessie (Mrs. T. Chilton); also «mr beloved father, who passed , away , Sep- tember 29, 1929. (Inserted by their loving 'children.) .
DAYMOND.-In fond and loving memory of our mother, May Elizabeth, who passed away June 21. 1940. (Hamblin, Reta, and grandchildren.)
GODBY.-In loving memory of our dear father. Norman Deerly, who died June 19, 1939. (Inserted by his loving children, Richard, A.I.P.; Russell, P.O.W., Germany; and Diana, Mrs. B. Ryan.)
GREAVES.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Kate Greaves, who passed away on June 20, 1942; and also our father. Richard Greaves, who passed away on April 2, 1941. (Inserted by their children, Lily, Marjorie, Bill, and Bert.)
GREAVES.-In loving memory of our sister, Kate Greaves, who passed away June 20, 1942; also our brother-in-law. Richard Greaves, who pasted away April 2, 1941. (Inserted by their sisters, Mrs. Evrall and Mrs. Nixon.)
GREEN.-Sacred to the memory of Sydney Francis Green, who died at Oakleigh on June 39, 1941. -Dearly loved husband and
HARCUS. - In loving memory of John Simpson, passed away June 20. 1927. at Glasgow. Scotland, loved and loving hus- band of Martha, dear father of John and James, giandfather ("farvie") of Alice (Mrs. J. Jones), and Jack Harcus (A.I.F.. abroad). (Inserted by the family. East Malvern.)
HARRICK.-In sad and loving memory of John Patrick Harrick, who died June 22, 1941; also our darling Pat, who died Sep- tember l8, 1942.
This is a day of remembrance,
A day of sad regret.
We will always remember
When the rest of the world forget.
-(Inserted by his loving wife and children, Anzac avenue. Seymour.)
HARVEY.-In memory of Ada Emma, wife of H. J. Harvey, 37 Victoria street, Wil- liamstown, and loving mother of Linda (Mrs. G. S. O. Mawdsley, Geelong) and Ken (R.A.N.R.), who passed away June 20, 1937. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by H. J. Harvey and family.)
HODGES.-In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Elizabeth, of Glenmore street, Box Hill, -who passed away on June 20, 1939. (Inserted by her husband, son, and daughters.)
JENSEN.-In loving memory of our dear parents who passed away at their home, Campbell's Creek, mother 19th June. 1931; father. 18th July. 1922; and their loved chil- dren, Robert. Tean, Minnie, Ella, and son in-law. J. C. Greaves. -The sands of time are sinking.
KIRBY.-In loving memory of my dear father, Percy, who died at Geelong June l8, 1940; and also mv dear mother. Ethel Violet, who died July 12, 1939. (Inserted by their loving son, Kevin.)
Le LIEVRE.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, Mary Ann Burns, who passed away June 19, 1941; also our dear father and grandpa. Edward, October 21, 1937. (Inserted by their loving daughter and son-in-law. Ethelyn and Bert Edgoose. and n-andchildren.)
LEVY.-In loving memory of Sarah, who passed away June 19, 1942, devoted sister of Jack, Alf, Beck (Mrs. Joachim). Phoebe, Lena, and Ettie (Mrs. Harris).
LUXFORD.-In loving memory of my dear husband. George, who passed away June 21, 1942, dear father of Jessie (Mrs. McKenzie), Claude. George (A.I.F.). Raymond (R.A.A.F.). and father-in-law of Frank. - Not Just today, but every day. In silence we remember. (Inserted by his loving wife. Evelyn, and family. Oakleigh.)
MANN.-rn memory or my dear husband. Edmund W. (Eddie), who passed away at 91 Claremont avenue, Malvern, on June 19, 1942, loving father of Nettle and Bob. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by his widow.)
MANN. - In loving memory of Edmund William, the beloved father of Nettle, passed away June 19, 1942. -He giveth His beloved sleep.
MAYSTON.-In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away June 19, 1942. -Ever remembered. (In- serted by his loving son. Les. and daughter in-law. Lily, and grandson, Rob.)
McKAY.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our loving mother, who passed away June l8, 1939. -Sadly missed. (In- serted by her dear husband, Andrew, also Lilian. Jessie, and Ern.)
MOORE.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Kathleen, mother of Joan and Annette, who died June 19, 1942. -A precious one from us has gone, (inserted by her loving husband and daughters.)
MUNDEN,-In loving memory of our father and grandpa, who passed away on June 20. 1942. -Ever remembered.
NICOL.-In ever-loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on June 19, 1939; also our dear father, died June 7, 1917. -Alwavs remembered. (Inserted bv their loving family. Arch. Bryce. Flora, and Croom.)
NUTTER.-In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away June 19. 1942. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, Alfred and Mary; grandsons, Bryan and Alwyn.)
PATURZO.-In loving memory of my deaiv wife and our mother, who passed away on
June 19. 1942.
Tlie passing years can never change
Our thoughts of one so dear.
Fond memories linger every day,
Remembrance keeps you near.
-(Inserted by M. Faturzo and family.)
PORTEOUS.-In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Charles Fletcher, who passed awav on June 19, 1941. (In- serted by his loving daughter. Evelyn; son in-law, Arthur; and grandchildren.)
RAYNER. - In loving memory of Sarah Rayner, who died June 19, 1942. -Sadly missed by Reg., Madge, Ian, and Dorothy.
RICHARDSON.-In loving memory of Eva, who passed away o<i June 20, 1933. (In- serted by her brothers and sisters.)
ROBERTSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 20, 1942. at 59 Coppin street. East Malvern. - Ever remembered. (Inserted by Ina Val, May. and Jim )
ROBERTSON.-In loving memory of our dear grandmother, who passed away June 20, 1942. -Not Just today, but every day, in silence we remember, (inserted by her loving grandchildren. Sam, Rene. Allan, Valma, Kevin.)
ROBINSON.-A leving tribute to the trea- sured memory of Minnie, who passed away June 19. 1942, darling wife of Arthur L. Robinson, beloved mother of Rita (Mrs. V. Jones). Vera (Mrs. H. Tremayne), Essie (Mrs. W. Taylor), Stella (Mrs. L. Smith), loving mother-in-law of Victor, Harry, William, and Leonard, and dear nanna of Peter Tre- mayne, Barbara and Kave Taylor, and Mit- chell Smith, jun. -Living in cur hearts.
RODDA.-In loving memory of my dear wife, who parsed away June 17, 1941. -Loving memories will always remain. (Harry.)
RODDA.-In loving memory of dear Mum, who passed away June 17, 1941. -R.I.P. (Inserted by Leo, A.I.F.)
RODDA.-In loving memory of Mum, who passed away June 17, 1941. -R.I.P. (In- serted by Doris, Jack, Dawn, Billy.)
RUMPFF.-In affectionate remembrance of our dear sister. Jessie Ann Rumpff, who passed away at Heyfield. North Gippsland, on June 20, 1942. -So dearly loved, so sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving sisters. Annie, Lily, and Lizzy.)
RUMPFF.-In loving memory of our dear sister and aunt, Jessie, who passed away on June 20. 1942. at Heyfield. -Always cheer- ful, thoughtful, and kind; a beautiful memory she left behind. (Inserted by Bessie, Juer. and niece. Betty, Seaton.)
RUMPFF.-In loving memory of Aunt Jessie, who passed away at Heyfield on June 20 1942. -Loved and always remembered. (Inserted by Elsie and Perc. Martin.)
SIMS.-In loving memory of Ivan Malcolm, who passed away June 20, 1942. (Inserted by Monica. Hilary, and Grannie.)
SMALL.-In loving memory of Robina Wylie Small, dearly loved mother of R. E. Crisp and E. F. Duff, loving mumma of Lrslie Finlay. Eileen Sylvia, Peggy Hazel, rnd Charles Stephens Crisp, passed away
June 20, 1941.
STODDART.-Treasured memories of our darling girl. Phyllis Man-, passed away sud denlv, June 20, 1941, fondly loved grand daughter of F. and M. Bird, sister of Joan and Freddie, niece of Len and Dora Bird.
SUTTON.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma. Elizabeth Jessie, who passed away June 20. 1937. -We miss you most who loved you best (Inserted by daughter, sons, and grandchildren.)
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of my dear wife (Ettie), passed away June 19, 1938. -Sweet memories. (Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
TURNBULL. - In memory of our dear friend, Rita, passed away June IT. 1941. -Fcr ever we'll remember. (In^S _J?y Ethel and Charlie Norton. Tower Hill. Wood
UNDERWOOD.-In loving memory of Ruby, loved wife of Melton, who passed away on June 20. 1942. mother of baby Ruby, daugh- ter of Maud and William Glissan. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving husband. Melton.) , .. "
VIVIAN.-In loving memory of my mother, died January 1, 1933; also father, June 19, 1920; and my dear nephew, Ron, Jan. 1, 1941 -Loving memories of our dear ones. (Inserted by F. and J. Laing, Oakleigh.)
WALLACE-Dear Dan. who died at Roke- wood June 19. 1934; also father, mother, and "other, loved, ones. -Loving memories. (Maggie.) ' i, , ,. <-.. / ,.
WILLETT.-In loving memory of our darling mother and grandma, who passed away at Yarrawonga June 20, 1935. -You are not forgotten, mother, dear. Also, father and sister reunited. (Inserted hy her loving daughter and son-in-law. Mary and Claude; grandchildren, Barry and Beverly
WINTER..-In loving memory of my mother, Alice, who departed this life at Neerim on June 20, 1942. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by Jack and .Beryl, and baby Alice.)
ARCHDEACON.-The Brothers and Sisters of the late Mother M. GERARD, Convent F.C.J., Benalla, wish to THANK all rela- tives and friends for letters, telegrams, and kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sin cere gratitude._
AURISCH.-Mr. AURISCH and Family wish to THANK all kind friends and rela- tives for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.
BLATCHFORD.—W. BLATCHFORD and Family wish to THANK relatives and friends for personal expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, letters, telegrams, and cards in our recent sad bereavement. Especially thanking Dr. Allen and staff at Noorallie private hos- pital, also Mrs. Wells for kind attention. Will all accept this as a personal expression of our deep gratitude. Tasma, Pt. Nepean road. Highett.
BROWNING.-Mrs. MURRAY, of 13 Foam street. Hampton, wishes to THANK all friends of the late Mr. G. W. Browning for floral tributes and messages of sympathy.
CHAMPION.-Mr. C. CHAMPION and Mrs. H. P. MEHRTEN wish to THANK relatives, all kind friends, and neighbours for tele- grams, letters, cards, and floral tributes, personal calls, and many acts of kindness shown to them in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere gratitude._
CHRISTIE.-Mrs. J. CHRISTIE and Family wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for their telegrams, cards, and floral tributes in the recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. 16 Myrtle street, Clifton Hill.
DAVIES.-Mr. J. R. DAVIES and Family desire to THANK all their kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for telegrams, letters, cards, and floral tributes and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a . personal acknowledgment of their deepest
gratitude. Mr. J. R. Davies, 17 Bell street, Elsternwick._
GRAY.-Mrs. F. GRAY and Family wish to THANK all kind relatives, friends, neighbours, and workmates for telegrams, letters, cards, and floral tributes, personal calls, and many acts of kindness shown to us in our recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of our sincere gratitude. 3 Moun-
tain street. South Melbourne._
KING.-Mrs. KING and George wish to convey their heartfelt THANKS to the Rev. H. M. Moorhouse, relatives, neighbours, and all dear friends for kindly acts and expres- sions of sympathy during our sad bereave- ment. Especially thanking the nurses of the Newport Workshops and fellow workmates of my late husband, also Nelson Bros, for their kind attention. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our sincere gratitude. 75 Albert street, North Williams- town;_
L. O'SULLIVAN and Family wish to THANK relatives, friends, and A.R.P. per- sonnel for telegrams, letters, cards, and floral tributes, also for personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereaverrient. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere thanks._
MR. W. H. LAX and Family THANK friends and relations for personal visits, ex- pressions of sympathy, letters, cards, and telegrams and floral tributes received in their sad loss. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. Thorncliffe, 45 Commercial road, Footscray._
MR. JOHN CARTER and Family wish to THANK relations and friends for telegrams, cards, and floral tributes, also for personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere sympathy. 7 King street. Essendon._
MRS. LESLIE L. (MOP) CONRICK. 64 Stevens street, Queenscliff, wishes to THANK all kind friends and relatives for the many cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and other tokens of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement. Would all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere grati- tude. _ _
MRS. C. HUNT, also Brothers and Sisters of the late ELLEN STRAHAN wish to THANK all kind friends for their letters and tele- grams and floral tributes in their recent sad
MRS. ANDERSON and Family, Braeside, Keilor, return sincere THANKS to their many friends for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and kind expressions of sympathy In ''their recent sad bereavement._
POULTER.-Mrs. POULTER and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for personal expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, and floral tributes in their recent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. Leslie PHI Bylands,_
SELWOOD.-Mrs. WALTER SELWOOD and Family greatly ACKNOWLEDGE and Appreciate many kind expressions of sym- pathy received in their recent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our gratitude. The Gables. Gellibrand street. Colac._
SMITH.-Mrs. J. SMITH and Family wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neigh- bours for personal visits, expressions of sym- pathy, letters, cards, and floral tributes re- ceived in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal acknowledgment of gratitude. 19 Verdon street. Williamstown.
THE Family of the late Mrs. H. REES desire to THANK their relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes. Will all accent this as a personal acknowledgment. 497 St. Kilda .»?treet. Elwood. S.3._
WALLACE.-The Family of the late Mrs. EMILY WALLACE desire to THANK all rela- tives and friends for floral tributes, letters, cards, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment, with special thanks to Mrs. R. Morgan and Mrs. K. Edge. Will all please accept this pia personal expression of gratitude.
WATSON.-Mrs. JOE WATSON and Family wish to THANK all relatives, kind friends, also the Richmond Football and Cricket Clubs, for floral tributes, bfie-jrams, cards, letters, and personal messages <n thMr recent sudden sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere gratitude. 141 Simpson street, East
BEARD.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. HANNAH PAGE BEARD will leave 99 Poath road, Hughesdale, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2 p.m.. for the Oakleigh Cemetery. T. RENTON. Oakleigh. UM1404.
BOULTER-The Funeral of the late Mr. FDWARD JOHN BOULTER, formerly of North Fitzroy, will leave the residence of his son, Mr. Walter Boulter, 8 The Avenue, Hampton, THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m.. for the Melbourne General Cemetery. Carlton. R. ROBSON. North Fitzroy. JW2345.
BRAND.-The Funeral of the late WILLIAM CHARLES ALFRED BRAND will leave l8 Cambridge street, Collingwood, THIS DAY. at 2 p.m.. for the Melbourne Cemetery. Carlton. W. G. RAVEN. J2225.
"RVANT-Thf Funeral of the late Mr. HENRY BRYANT will leave 111 Lincoln road, KSssndon, THIS DAY (S-turdav, June ll^ ftt 11" a m.. for the Fawkner Cemetery. .TO^TTPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. Essendon.
DALE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. LUCY MAUDE DALE will leave her resi- dence 5 Golf Links avenue, Oakleigh, on MONDAY (June 21). pt 11 a.m.. for IntT ment In Ne~ronolls, Springvale. T. RENTON, Oakleigh. UM1404._^
OTT.TJ. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ALBERT LUTHER GILL will leave lils residence. 265 Toorak road. South Yarra, on MONDAY (June 21), at 10 o.m . for the St. K'l'la Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD.. 102 Toorak road. South Yarra. Windsor 66._
JONES.-The Friends of Mr and Mrs. JONES, of Main road Sassafras, nre respect- fully informed that the remrins of their lov- ing son. Robert Jones, will 'leave Armstrong ?ma Whittle's Funeral Pp'-lmi'-s. 215 Glen- ferrie rd., Malvern, on MONDAY, June 21. at 10 a.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. ARMSTRONG & WHITTLE, Malvern. U2443.
' LEWIS.-The Friends of the late Mr. AN- THONY RICHMOND (Tony) LEWIS, late 149th Transport Company, 2nd A.I.F.. will leave the Bathurst Memorial Chapel, Glen- huntly and Kooyong roads. Caulfield, on MONDAY. June 21. at 10 a.m.. for the Chel- tenham Cemetery, Holloway road. T. BATHURST & Co, (late A.I.F.). Phone LF6337._
LONNIE.-The Funeral of the late Lieut. Colonel GEORGE WILLIAM LONNIE will leave the Thornbury Citadel. THIS DAY, at the conclusion of the service, commencing at 3 p.m.. for Fawkne» Crematorium,'. J. FER« GUSON & -SON".-Funeral Directors.- Thom hirn. ,fWan37. .
PARFITT.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ISLA LOUISE PARFITT will leave W. G. Apps's Mortuary, High street. St. Kilda, for Brighton Cemetery. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10.30 a.m._
PICKETT.-The private Funeral of the late Mrs. MARIE KATE PICKETT will leave her home. 28 Pickett street. Dandenong. THIS DAY, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Dandenong Cemetery. W. J. GARNAR & SON. Phone Dandenong 308._
PIPER. - The Funeral of the late Mr. WILLIAM ROBERT PIPER will leave the chapel of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 102 Toorak road, South Yarra on MONDAY, June 21, at' 2 p.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Windsor 66.
WALLACE.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. HENRY EDWARD WALLACE will bs celebrated at St Joseph's Church, Stanhope street. Malvern, THIS DAY, at io a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of Mass for the St. Kilda Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN PTY. LTD.. Malvern. U4720._
WARDELL.-The Funeral of the late JANE WARDELL will leave the Methodist Church. Costello street, Lilydale, THIS DAY (Satur- day), at 3.30 p.m., for the Lilydale Ceme tery. BURTON BROS.. Lilydale. Phone 11.
WILLIAMS. - Melbourne Lodge No 17. A., F., and A. M. - Officers and Brethren are informed that the Funeral of the late Brother FRANCIS EDWARD WILLIAMS will leave the Herbert King Memorial Chapel, 174 Lennox street, Richmond, THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m., for Fawkner Cemetery. C. M. FRANK, W.M.; R. S. JOHNSTON, Sec.