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BIRTHS      

ALLMAND (nee Michie).-On June 1, at   Rosehill private hospital, Bentleigh, to F.O. and Mrs J. Allmand, of Canberra -a daugh- ter (Elwyn June). (Both well.)

BARBER.-On June 2, at St. Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Betty, wife of Ormond Barber -a son.

BLACKWELL (nee Keitha Hay).-On June 3, at Vaucluse private hospital, Coburg, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blackwell -a daughter.

BOWKER.-On June 3, to Geoff and Elvie  

Bowker, of 40 Hopkin street, North Williams- town -a son (lived one day).

BROWN (nee Joyce Kempf) -On May 23, at Padua private hospita!, Brighton, to Ser- geant A. V. Brown (R.A.A.F ) and Mrs. Brown -a daughter (Margaret Helen). (Both well.)

CHIPPER (nee Hughes).-On May 27, at   St. Omer, Camberwell, to Sgt. and Mrs. R. Elsdon Chipper -a daughter (Elaine Fran- ces).

CONLAN.-On May 20, at the Warrack-   nabeal District Hospital, to Michael and Ann Conlan -a son (Robert James).

COX (Moyle).-On May 31, at Mercy Hos- pital, to Marie and Geoff.-a daughter (Judith Ann).

DOWLING.-On May 28, at Jessie Mcpher- son Hospital, to Squadron-Leader and Mrs. J. Dowling-a son (John Michael).  

FALL.-On May 29. at Hutt street private hospital, Adelaide. S.A., to Charles and Grace -a son (Edwin David Stiggants).

FARLEY (nee Ryan).-On May 1, at Mur- ray House private hospital, Echuca, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Farley -a son ( Thomas John).

GOUDIE (Noel Taylor).-On May 24, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Goudie, 117 New South Head road. Vaucluse, Sydney -a daughter.

HALL (nee Jean Thomson). —On May 18, at Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Cpl. and Mrs. W. Hall —a son (Geoffrey William).

HATTON (Hall). —On May 13, at Women's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hatton a son (Lewis Albert).

HEAD. —On June 1, at Mia Mia private hospital, to Millie, wife of Lieut. A. Head —a daughter (Dawn).

HESPE. —On May 24, at Mona House, to Lottie and Jack (A.I.F. returned) —a son.

IRWIN (nee Heeps). —On May 26, at the Mercy Hospital, to Capt. and Mrs. L. P. Irwin —a son (Peter Lindsay).  

JONES (nee McFarlane). —On May 28, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Jones —a daughter (Jenifer Eliza- beth).

LINDSAY (nee Gladys Jolly). —On May 19, at B.N. Hospital, Korumburra, to Bob and Gladys —a daughter (Janette Lillian).

MAIN (nee Stacey). —On April 26, at Ep- worth, to Noel and Marion —a daughter. (Stillborn.)

MAYNE. —On May 30, at Guildford, Cam- berwell, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Mayne —a son (Eric Hugh).

McMICKING (nee Andrews). —On June 3, at St. Margaret's, Geelong, to Antoinette, wife of Draftsman Burnett McMicking (A.I.F., returned) —a daughter.

MINNIECE. —On May 29, at Windermere private hospital, Armadale, to Essie and Jim —a son (Graeme Ernest).

MOLLER (nee Ramsay). —At Bethlehem, Caulfield, to John and Valda —a son (Graeme David).

PRIME (nee Richards). —On May 31, at Bethesda, to Sylvia, the wife of W.O.1 A. G. Prime, A.I.F. returned —a daughter. (Both well.)    

RANDALL. —On May 29, at Winston, Burke road, East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Randall, 5 Karma avenue, East Malvern —a

son.

ROBERTS (Dorothy Gunn). —On June 3, at Trafalgar Hospital, to Mr. and Mr. Geoff Roberts, Yarragon —a daughter (Heather Elaine).

SAMBELL (nee Healy). —On June 3, at Strathearn, Castlemaine, to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sambell —a daughter. (Both well.)

SHAVE (Knight). —On June 1, at St. George's, to Lt.-Col. and Mrs. L. K. Shave —a daughter.

SHEA (Stuckey). —On May 26, at Bethle- hem, Kooyong road, Caulfield, to Lorna and Alan —a daughter (Barbara Ann).

STEVENS (nee Loughrey). —On May 20, at Mosgiel Hospital, Surrey Hills, to Zilla, wife of Sgt. Robert Stevens, A.I.F. —a son (Robert John).

TOMLINSON (Bulte). — On June 2, at Ararat, to Bill and Iris — a daughter (Faye Georgina).  

VROLAND. —On April 17, at the Euroa Bush Nursing Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Vroland, Carlscroma, Strathbogie —a son (William Nicolson Ross).

WILLIAMS (nee Valda Pike). — On June 1, at Brighton Community Hospital, to S-Sgt. (N.G.) and Mrs. Allan Williams —a son (Guy).

WILTSHIRE (nee Prideaux). —On May 23, at Devon Hospital, to Harvie and Vera —a daughter (Judith Ann).  

WITTON (Fox). —On May 14, at Mosgiel private hospital, Surrey Hills, to Joan and Alex (R.A.A.F.) —a son.

WOODS (nee Olive Nobbs). —On May 29, at Epworth Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Woods —a son (Philip Harold).

MARRIAGES

BRYAN-DOUGLAS. —On May 31, at St. Agatha's Church, Clayfield, Brisbane, by the Rev. Francis Douglas, cousin of the bride, Sybil, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. C. Douglas, Ascot, to Paymaster Lieut. Alan Bernard Bryan, R.A.N., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bryan, Ballarat, Victoria.

CRAWFORD-PLANT. - On May 8, at Ewing Memorial Church, East Malvern, by the Rev. C. T. F. Goy, Warrant-Officer Robert Stewart, A.I.F.. only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crawford, of 40 Central Park road. East Malvern, to Nancy M.,

younger daughter of Mrs. E. Plant, of Horsham, and late Mr. R. T. Plant.

CULLEN-SMITH.-On March 6, at Holy Trinity Church, East Melbourne, Shirley Isabel, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith, Gladstone street. Warragul, to Gunner Edward Bruce (A.I.F., returned), eldest son of W02 and Mrs. J. Cullen, Coriyule, Manangatang.

LEGGO-HAYCROFT. - On May 20, at Auburn Methodist Church, Marjorie Olive, only daughter of Mr. R. Haycroft, of St. Kilda, and the late Mrs. Haycroft, to Ewart Wade, A.I.F., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Leggo, Brighton.

SILVER WEDDINGS

BLASHKI-COLLINS. - Mr. and Mrs. Hyman A. Blashki announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their marriage, cele- brated bv the Rev. A. E. Britten at St. Luke's Church of England, North Fitzroy. on June 5, 1918. (Present address, 28 Fisher street, East Malvern.)

SMALLHORN. - Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smallhorn have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their marriage, which was celebrated on June 5, 1918, at the Car- melite Church, Middle Park, by the late Prior Kindelan. (Present address, 72 Coppin street, East Malvern.)  

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

MACKENZIE-Mr. T. B. Mackenzie, R.N.R., and Mrs. Mackenzie announce with pleasure the 60th anniversary of their wed- ding, celebrated on June 7, 1893, at St. James's Church, Seapoint, Cape Town, by the Rev. Mr. Pinker. (Present address, 115 Wattle Valley road, East Camberwell.) (At home Monday, June 7, at 8.30 p.m.)

MATTHEWS.-Mr. and Mrs. H. Matthews, 313 Punt road, Prahran, announce with pleasure the 60th anniversary of their wed- ding, celebrated on June 5, 1893, by the late Rev. W. S. Rolland. Hawksburn.

DIAMOND WEDDING

MORRISON-WHITE.-Mr. and Mrs. W. Morrison, of 501 Burwood road, Hawthorn, have pleasure in announcing the 60th anni- versary of their marriage, which was cele- brated by the Rev. Robert Hamilton on

June 5, 1883. (At home afternoon and evening.)  

DEATHS    

On Active Service

BRYANT.-In fond and loving memory of Corp. William Bryant, R.A.A.F., accidentally killed on May 5, 1942. (Inserted by his lov- ing sister, Muriel, and family.)

BRYANT.-In loving memory of Corporal William David, R.A.A.F., accidentally killed on June 5, 1942. -Ever remembered. (In- serted by his sister and brother-in-law,

Lily and Albert.)  

DENING.-June 1940. off Dunkirk, Col. Basil Cranmer Dening, elder son of the late Walter and Lydia Dening, of Sendai, Japan, and grandson of the late Henry and Mary Jane James, of Broadlands, Bacchus Marsh.

FARRAR.-Arthur, dear friend of Cpl. Colin.-(A.I.F.) and Eve Masson.

HARDING.-On May 31 (result of aircraft accident, New Guinea, Flying Officer William Thomas Robertson (Rob), dearly loved hus- band of Loris Edith. -Just a few short hours of happiness.  

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DEATHS

On Active Service

HARDING.-On May 31 (result of aircraft accident, New Guinea, Flying Officer William Thomas Robertson (Rob), dearly loved only son of Thomas and Elizabeth Harding. - Our precious one.

HARDING.-On May 31 (result of aircraft accident New Guinea), William Thomas Robertson (Rob) Harding, dear pal of the Huntington family, East Malvern. -We will

remember.

HARDING. - To the memory of Rob. -That we might live. (Q. Oaton.)

LAVERICK.-Capt.-Chaplain Ernest, miss- ing H.M. Centaur, beloved husband of Winifred (Unitt street, Kyabram), and loved daddy of Audrey (A.W.A.S.). -For church, country, and feilowmen.)

MACKENZIE.-On May 8 (result of acci- dent), Private Boyce MacKay Mackenzie, A.I.F. returned, esteemed friend Capt. Jim Walker. A.I.F., New Guinea.

OLNEY, On May 29 (result of aircraft accident, N.T.), Flying Officer L. J. K., dearly beloved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Olney. 50 Austin street, Newtown, and loving brother of Dudley, Margaret, Gwen, Geoff, Ada, Joyce, Lindsay (2nd A.I.F., killed in action Tobruk), Leslie (2nd A.I.F.), Betty, Max. aged 36 years. -Beautiful memories.

SHEARER-On May 27, in New Guinea, died from illness. David John, loved elder son of Emily and the late John Shearer, of 484 Murray road, West Preston, and loved brother of Jean (Mrs. Harman), Emmie (Mrs. Sainsbery). Mavis, and Fred. -Dearly loved, deeply mourned.

SIMPSON.-On May 21 (result air opera- tions Burma), Pilot-Officer Neville F. D., dearlv beloved husband of Pat.

SIMPSON.-Pllot-Offlcer Neville F. D., son in-law of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Roberts. Glen- dearg grove, Malvern, killed in operational air

service over Burma.

SIMPSON.-Result of enemy action In Burma,. Pilot-Officer Neville F. D., brother in-law of Dulcie (W.A.A.A.F.) and Harry.

SIMPSON-Pllot-Officer Neville P. D., re- sult of operations in Burma, loved brother in-law of Elsie and Roden (R.A-A.F.)

Pritchard.

SIMPSON.-Killed air operations May 31, Pilot-Officer Neville P. D., dear brother-in law of Phyl and Jack Hasen and uncle of

Deanne.

SIMPSON.-Result air operations Burma, Pilot-Officer Neville F. D., friend and brother-in-law of Ethel and Peter Bartlett (A.I.F.).

SIMPSON.-Pilot-Officer Neville, great pal and brother-in-law of Marge and Harry Eaves (R.A.A.F. abroad), killed in air operations

Burma.

SWAN.-On May 22, aircraft accident, W. R. (Bill), sgt.-pilot, R.A.A.F., loved friend of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Kaye, Frances, Helen, and Edith, of Strathmuir,

Carisbrook.

ALMOND.-On June 4. Harriet Alison, be-

loved wife of John James Almond, of 283 Burke road, Glen Iris, and loving mother of

Evelyn, John, and Colin.  

BAILEY. - On April I2 at California (Ü.S.A.). Emma, late Richmond. Victoria, widow of William, loving mother of Lillian (California), William (deceased), dearly be- loved and loving aunt of Violet and Jack Davidson (24 Mayston street, Hawthorn), aged 76 years. -Cherished memories.

BLACK.-On June 1, at her home, 6 Watt street, Box Hill, Jane Ann, widow of Henry John, beloved mother of Harold (deceased, 1st À.I.F.), Greg, Harry (deceased), Hilda, Doris (Mrs Wadeson), and Ron. -She hath done what she could.

MEDICAL QUARTERS WANTED immediately

by several. H. L. FINLAY PTY. LTD., 81 Collins st. C. 2643.

ARTHUR NIALL & COGHLAN,

Medical Agents,

127 Collins St. East. . Central 1322.

DEATHS

BROWN.-On June 4 at a private hos- pital. Kew, Alexander, dearly loved husband of Flora Brown, late of Sassafras (Tas- mania), eldest surviving son of the late W. J. Brown. Tamar (Tasmania), and lov- ing father of May (deceased). David. Myra. Michael, Jean, Gertrude. Beryl, Teddy, and Margaret (deceased), aged 77 years. (No flowers, by request.)

CAVE.-On May 29, at Adelaide, Jean Catherine, dearly beloved younger daughter of Francis Ernest and Catherine Mary, of 42 Hardy street. Goodwood Park, South Aus- tralia, loving sister of Beryl.

CAVE.-On May 29. at Adelaide. Jean, loved niece of May, Ethel, and Ern. Fergu- son (Hawthorn East), and Mr. and Mrs. Mcinnes (Ashburton ).

CHAMBERS.--On June 4. at the resi- dence of his son-in-law (Mr. E. A. White), 85 Glass street, Essendon, James Ernest, the dearly beloved husband of Frances Cham- bers, loved father of Avis (Mrs. E. A. White) and Ernie (R.A.A.F.), loving grand- father of Alfred and Janiese. -A wonderful

father.

CHAMBERS.-On- June 4, at 85 Glass street, Essendon, James Ernest Chambers, loved brother of Annie (Mrs. Tasker), Wil- liam, and Alfred Chambers, late of Beeac and Korongvale. and father-in-law of Ed- ward A. White and Mavis E. Chambers. -Peace, perfect peace.

COCKERILL.-On June 2. at the Mercy Hospital. George, beloved husband of Mary Cockerill, and loving father of John Leo (deceased). George. John. Marjorie (Mrs. Kavanagh), and Bernadette (deceased). (In- terred privately.)

CODRBOULES.-On June" 3, at the Hor- sham Base Hospital, Clementine, the loved daughter of the late Hippolite and Mary Oourboules, of Natimuk, and sister of Marie Louise (Mrs. T. Rowlands, deceased). Rose (deceased), Clarice (Mrs. K, G. Vawdrey, deceased), Blanche (Mrs. D. Young, de- ceased), Antoine (deceased), and Aristede (deceased), aged 83 years.

DALE.-On June 4, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. Edward Clemens), Halyon. Kyneton, Emily Jane, widow of Jos. Langham Dali, in her 94th year. -Sunset and evening star. (Floral tributes to be left at St. Paul's Church of England, Kyne- ton.)

DALE.-On June 4, at Kyneton, Emily Jane, loved mother of Jos. Henry (Mel- bourne, deceased). Marlon Emily (Sydney), Wm. Stroud (Northam. W.A., deceased), Edith (Mrs. James Armstrong, deceased). Chas. Langham (died on active service. 1st A.I.P.). Ada (Mrs. Eucla Jarrett. Canberra). Evelyn (tarn. E. W. Nichols. Sydney). Lilian (Mrs. Kearns. Brisbane, deceased). Leslie

Stroud Perth. Harold Ledger (Sydney),   Vera (Mrs. Edward Clemen's. Kyneton), and Myrtle (Mrs. W. P. Dougall. Ballarat). {

DAWSON.-On June 2. at Taltal. McKln lay. Queensland (result of accident). Justin Pox. beloved husband of Amy M. (nee Max well), father of John and Peter, brother in-law of Alex, and TU. Hunter and Eric and Etta Keys.

DYER.—On June 3, at Dunolly, Mary, widow of late A. A. Dyer, of Bealiba, loving mother of Marion and Laurie Newitt, de- voted grandma of Mary and Graham, aged 75 years. d'or Continuation, of Announcements

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DEATHS

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EDERSHAM. —On May 29, Mary Ann, lov- ing aunt of Mary and Les, and grandaunt of Gordon and Valda Lowry, Narre Warren, aged 97 years.

EDWARDS. —On May 28, at 90 High street, Glen Iris, Thomas Mayne Edwards, beloved   son of the late George and Margaret Ed- wards, of Linton. —Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away.

FERGUSON.-On June 4, at Terang, Catherine, daughter of the late Donald and Marion Ferguson, of Amondale, Strathdownie.

GIBBS. —On June 4, Robert J. Gibbs. 1st A.I.F., of 30 Mason st., Regent, dearly loved husband of Peggy, loving brother of Minnie, Arthur, Will, Amy, Alice, and Ernest, aged 50 years. —At rest.

GIDNEY. —On May 31, John Henry, be- loved husband of Elizabeth Gldney. of 468 Pascocvale load. Glenroy, loving father of Phyllis and Marie, loving brother of Mrs. R. Missen, aged 76 years.

GRANT. —On May 29, Lewis, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Grant, Port Fairy, lcved husband of Molly, and fathei Of Lswis, Sheila, John. Peter, Mary. -R.I.P.

GRANT. —On May 29 (suddenly), at Cam- perdown, Lewis, only son late Lewis and Anna Grant, of Port Fairy, loved husband of Molly, and fond father of Lewis, Sheila, John, Peter, and Mary.

GREENWOOD. —On June 4, George Henry, beloved husband of the late Marie Maria Greenwood, and loving father of Annie {deceased), Amy (Blggan), Henry. Lizzie (Lil). Albert (West Maitland). May. Frank. Ernest (Anzac. 1915. deceased), aged 91 years and 2 months. —At rest.

HAMMOND. —On June 3 (suddenly), Jean, wife of the Venerable Archdeacon R. B. S. Hammond, O.B.E., St. Barnabas rectory, Sydney.

HOLDEN. —On June 3, at Bethesda Hos- pital, Annie Beulah, loving wife of the late Arnold Holden, and loving mother of Bryson.

HUEGE DE SERVILLE (Haigh). —On May 30, at Rangiora, N.Z., Claude, youngest son of the late Rudolph and Grace Huege de

Serville.

JOHNSTON (nee Taylor). —On May 31, at Forbes, N.S.W., Clara, beloved wife of J. A. Johnston, formerly of Bright, adored mother of Jack, Arch., Bert, Eric, Walter, and Don. > -A wonderful wife and mother.

JOHNSTON (nee Taylor).-On May 31. at Forbes. N.S.W.. Clara, beloved sister of E. Oray and L. Sutton, 124 Pakington street, Kew; E. Hunt. Bright; Fred., Arthur. Bert (deceased). Will (deceased), and Walter. -Perfect peace.

JONES.-On June 2, Henry Allen, dearly loved fiance of Dorothy I. Coath, 173 Mans^ field street. Thornbury. -Loving memories.

JONES.-In memory of Allen, loved and esteemed friend of Mr. and Mrs. W. Coath, 173 Mansfield street. Thornbury. -Some time we'll understand.

KELLY.-On May 31, at his residence, Rutherford street, Swan Hill, Victoria. An- drew J., dearly loved friend of Norman and Beryl McLean and family.

KERR. —A tribute to the memory of a very dear friend, Jack. (Inserted by Jim Ryan.)

KING. —On June 4 (suddenly), Albert King. of 75 Albert street, North Williamstown, dearly loved husband of Isobell, and affec- tionate father of George (A.I.F.). —Resting Where no shadows fall.  

KINNERSLY.— On June 3, at the residence of his brother, Chris Kinnersly, Mininera, Albert Ernest, of Learmonth, loved brother of Edward (deceased), Chris, Herbert (deceased), Bertha (Mrs. J. Dournein), Percy (deceased), Amy (Mrs. W. Burke), and David, aged 74

years.

LARSSON. —On May 31 (suddenly), at Brighton. Karl Predrik, the dearly beloved and loving husband of Myrtle, aged 65 years, employee Brighton Gas Co. 34 years. -A wonderful husband at rest.

LAW.-On June 4, Lynette, loved daugh- ter of Frank and Rita, and loving sister Of Prank, aged 13 months.

LEYDEN.-On June 4, at her residence. Doondanah, Sunbury, Cecilia Agnes, beloved wife of Patrick, and loved mother of Eileen {Mrs. Dunne), Mary (Mrs. Grieve), Dorothy (Mrs. Beckett), and Brian. -R.I.P.

LORIMER. - On June 3, at 8 Spring road, Malvern, Estella, wife of Charles Lorimer. (Privately cremated.)

LOTTGN.-On June 4, at her daughter's residence. Briagolong, Marlon Rose, dearly beloved wife of Henry Lot ton. and loving mother of Effie (Mrs. Moon). William, Rose (Mrs. Freeman), and Myra (Mrs. Squire), aged 72 years. -Passed peacefully away. A wonderful wife and mother.

MACKINNON.-On June 4/ at his resi- dence, High street. Mordialloc. Neil Mal- colm Maclean, dearly loved youngest son of the late Hon. James A., M.L.A., and Mar- garet Mackinnon, of Young, N.S.W.. late 4th Division Train. First A.I.F. -An Anzac.

MANNING.-On June ,4, at his residence, 4 Mile End road. Carnegie, John, loved husband of Sophia, and loving father of Katherine (Mrs. L. Vary), William, Godfrey (late A.I.F., deceased), John (deceased), Leo, Maurice, Gerald, Frank, and Margaret, in his 92nd year. -A patient sufferer at rest. Requiescat in pace.

MCFARLANE (nee Sullivan).-On June 4, at Melbourne, Mary Geraldine, the dearly

beloved wife of Arthur A. McFarlane (A.I.F.), and loving mother Of Mary (de- ceased), aged 28 years. -Requiescat in pace.

MCFARLANE (nee Sullivan).-On June 4,1 Mary, the dearly loved daughter of the late Alfred and Mary Sullivan, of Kensing- ton, and loving sister of Vincent (R.A.A.P.), and loving aunt of Peter and Judith Sullivan, aged 28 years. -Requiescat in pace.

MILES.-On June 4, at West Gippsland Hospital. Warragul, Martha Mary, loved wife of late Henry Miles, mother of Elsie and Eric, aged 80 years.

MOOR.-On June 3. at Murray House, Echuca, Annie, relict of the late Hugh Moor, of «Barmah, loving mother of Hugh, Edith (Mrs. Kinsey). Ernest, Annie (Mrs. Fer rarrl). Arch.. Margaret (Mrs. Shanahan), Oscar, and Frank (R.A.A.F.)/ aged 75 years.

MOORHOUSE.-On June 1 (suddenly), at 8 Paxton street. East Malvern, Frederick William, loved brother of Violet, George {Dany*), Emmie (Mx3. Kennedy, W.A.), lies, (deceased, late captain. 1st A.I.P.), Una Mrs. Echberg). May (Mrs. Primrose), Daisy Mrs. J. Eddy), Dorrie, and Joss. -In Cod's keeping.

MOORHOUSE.-On June 1 (suddenly), at t Paxton street, East Malvern, Frederick William, loved brother and brother-in-law of Una and Carl, loving uncle of Keith, Nancy, and Betty.

MOYES.-On June 4 (suddenly), at 371 Dandenong road, Armadale, Thomas Howship, dearly beloved husband of Gladys Mabel Moyes. aged 53 years. (Remains at Sleight's ohapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne.)

MYERS.-On June 2, Mabel Fanny Myers, of Furnle, Tasmania, and Melbourne, beloved mother of Madohn. Clare, and Biddy.

NEILL.—On June 3, William Neill, 85 Farm Street, Newport, beloved husband of Fran- ces, dearly loved father of William, Leila (Mrs. W. A. Bradley), and Harold; loving  

grandpa of Billie and John, aged 76 years. —Resting. (Remains at E. W. Jackson's chapel, North Williamstown.)

PARKINSON.-On June 4, at his residence, 30 Daisy street. Essendon. Clarence Hector, beloved husband of Una Parkinson, and lov- ing father of Lydia. Isabel, and Norma.

PEARCE.-On June 4, at his residence, 3 Patrick street, StaweU, Stanley Phillp, loved eldest son of Mary E. McDonald and the late Walter Pearce, late of Docker's Creek, and loved brother of Jack (A.I.F.), aged 32 years. -Our loved one.

PITT.-On June 3, at Finch street, East Malvern. Elizabeth Mary, relict or the late Wm. Pitt, and beloved mother, of Dollie, Jessie. Vera, and William. (Privately In- terred.)

REEVES.-On June 3. Henry Herbert, of 5 Mackay street, Wangaratta, youngest son of tlws late Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Reeves, of Bal- larat, Euroa, and Kyneton, aged 81 years. - Sleep, beloved, sleep.

ROBINSON.-On June X. Florence Eliza- beth, beloved wife of William J. J. Robin- son, of C1 Brewer road. Bentleigh.

RODGERS.-On June 3. at Perth, Stephen, beloved son of the late Patrick and Mar- garet Rodgers, loving brother of May, Madge, Alice. Mother M. Xavier, and Joseph.

-R.I.P.

ROGERS.-On June 4. at his residence, 38 ' Rusden street. Elsternwick, William Frederick.

loved father of Alice (Mrs. W. Chadwick), Fred, Mabel (Mrs. F. Butt), and Beryl (Mrs. E. Llrcni). (Privately Interred June 4.)

SARGANT.-On May 28, Mary Margaret, wife of the late Charles Edward Sargant, . beloved auntie of T. J. Woods. Lalbert,

aged 81 years.

SMITH.-On June 4, at Terang, James Glover, beloved husband of Jane Smith, loving father of Jim (deceased), Lily, Alec, Mary; Bill, and Ivy, aged 64 years. -At rest.

SMITH.-On May 26 (suddenly), Florence " Fleming, beloved eldest daughter of the late

Frederick Fleming and Mary Annie Smith, of Durham, England, beloved sister of A. Godwin and Margaret G. (Mrs. Meagher). (By our own request, privately cremated.)

STACEY.-On May 30 (suddenly), at her son's residence, South Geelong. Catherine Mary, beloved wife of the late Francis Henry Stacey, late of Mount Duneed.

DEATHS

STEWART.-On June 1. Elizabeth the eldest beloved daughter of the late Hugh and Jane, and loving sister of John (deceased), William (deceased). HUgh. Harry, Ken (de- ceased), Sara J. (Mrs. O'Loughlin). Minnie (Mi-s. Carr, deceased), Isabel (Mrs. Hugh Burns), Martle, and Sam (deceased), In her 92nd year, late of Cobiam.

VERE.-On June 3, at Yea, Susan Jane, widow cf the late Henri Jackson Vere, and dearly loved mother of Evelyn, John, Reg, Rowland, and Violet. -Peace, perfect peace. (Privately cremated, June 4.)

VICKERS.-On June 2, at Perth, W.A., Sarah Elizabeth Prances (Daisy), loved daughter of the late Isaac and Elizabeth Vickers, and loving sister of Florence R. (Mrs. Vibert, W.A.), Herbert T. (Ashbur- ton, V.), and Ernest L. (W.A.), aged 80 years, formerly of Bendigo.

WALTON.-On June 4 (suddenly), at his residence, 9 Helenslee road. Caulfield. Albert GoDrge, dearly loved husband of Charlotte Emily. -Peacefully sleeping. (Private in- terment.)

WATSON-On June 3. at Sydney, Matilda Newcomen Watson ("Mr!:. Bob," of "We of the Never Never"), widow of the late Robert Molesworth Watson, and dearly beloved mother of G. J. Watson, aged 77 years.

WENTWORTH. - On June 1 (suddenly), Walter R., beloved husband of Jane, and father of Florence, Stella (Mrs. Trezise), Alma (Mrs. Mathieson), and dear grandpa of Raymond and Gwenda. -Peacefully sleep-

ing.

WILMOT.-On June 4. at his residence, 330 Reynards road, Pascoevale South, Arthur Edwin Wilmot. -Deeply mourned.

WILSON.-On June 3. at Melbourne (sud- denly), Alice May. dearly loved wife of George James Wilson, Glenmore. Clarke street. Portarlington. -Dearly loved.

WOOTTON.-On June 4, Harriet, loved sister of Edith (Mrs. van Valkenberg) and the late Horace Edgar Wootton, aged 87

years.

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour-On Active Service

A loving tribute of remembrance to our brave 2/22nd Battalion Bandsmen, who paid the supreme sacrifice at Rabaul. -They are safe in God's care. (Inserted by relatives 2/22nd Band.)

ANDERSON.-In memory of Pin. loved nephew of W. M. Simmonds, cousin of Jack, killed in aircraft accident June 3,

1942.

BRYANT.-In fond and ever-loving memory of my dear husband and our darling daddy. Corporal William David (Bill). R.A.A.P., ac- cidentally killed June 5. 1942. -We who love you dear can never forget. (Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Evelyn, and baby sons. Ian and Graeme.)

BRYANT.-In fond remembrance of my loving son-in-law. Corporal William David (Bill), R.A.A.P.. accidentally killed June 5, 1942, -God will link the broken chain. (Inserted by his affectionate mother-in-law, A. M. Pout. Moonee Ponds.)

BAKER.^-In memory of Charles, my loving husband, and father of Ellie and Maisie (South Australia).

BALL.-Treasured memories of a dearly loved husband and daddy, passed away at 7 Darebin street, Thornbury, June 5. 1939.

BELL.-Treasured memories of John W..

dearly loved husband of Victoria M., and dear dad of Dawn, 1935. (Inserted by his loving wife and daughter.- V. M. and Dawn A. Bell.) '

BIGGS.-A tribute to the memory of Nan. the loved wife of Arthur, who died on June 5, 1942. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by Mrs. M. Biggs.)

BURELLI.-In loving memory of our only son. Ted. who died at Brighton, June 7, 1936; also dear mum, died June 21. 1936. - Always remembered. (Inserted by mother.)

BRAY.-In loving memory of my darling mother, Annie, who passed away on June 5,

1942.

Long days and nights you bore your pain; To wait for cure was all in vain;

But God alone. Who thought It best. Eased your pain and gave you rest.

-(Sadly missed by her loving son, Rupert.) BRAY.-In loving memory of my darling mother, who passed away on June S. 1942. Those loving eyes and heart of gold,

Her kindly smile I see;

For I shall never forget my darling mother,

So dear to me.

-(Inserted by her loving daughter, Piora

Parker.)

BRAY.-In loving memory of our darling mother, who passed away June 5, 1942; also our dearest father, May 9, 1898. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by Madge and Arthur.) - >

BRODIE.-In loving memory of our dear dad, who passed away on June 5, 1942.

Deep In our hearts the whole year through. Is ever a thought, dad, dear, of you. Out of our hearts It comes to say.

We miss you, darling, in every way. Some day, dad, we'll all meet again.

-(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Jennie and Ewen, and grand- son, Ronald.)

BURKITT.-In -loving memory of my dear husband, William, and our dear father, who passed away on June 6, 1936. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.) /

CAMPBELL.-In remembrance of my dear husband, who passed away suddenly June 2, 1939. -Years pass by, but his memory is still dear. (Inserted by his wife, R. Camp- bell. 19 Ashmore street, East Brunswick.)

CAMPBELL. - In loving memory of our dear father. Jim, who passed away June 2, 1939. -Treasured memories. (Inserted by his children. 19 Ashmore street. Brunswick.)

CASON.-In loving and cherished memory of my dear husband, David, who was called home on June 5. 1940. -Greatly missed. (Inserted by his loving wife. Mary.)

OAYZER.-In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away at Queensclff on June 6, 1940. (Inserted by N. Cayzer, Point Lons- dale.)

t CAYZER.-In loving memory of our dear I mother, who passed away June 6, 1940. (In-

serted by her loving son and daughter-in law, John and Winnie, Point Lonsdale.)

CLOSE-in cherished memory of our dear

little daughter, and loving sister, Ursula May, who passed away June 6. 1923. (In- serted by her loved ones. Lang Lang.)

COLLINS. - Elizabeth Margaret Victoria, dearly beloved wife of Walter, and loved I mother of Clifford. Irene (Mrs. D. Wade),

ilf,-"a. Valmar (deceased). Inna (Mrs. J. A. Hollyburton), and Lionel, who passed on on June 5, 1939.

Four long years have passed today

Since our dear one was called away.

The loss was hard, we may not complain, But trust in God to meet again.

-(Inserted by her loving husband and children.)

CUE.-In loving memory of Catherine, be- loved wife of William, loving mother of Dorothy (Mrs. Renee Featherstone), William (deceased), Marjory (Mrs. Clive Collard), and dear grandma of Marjory Rachel Collard, who passed away at Caulfield June 5. 1942.

-Abide with me.

DINGEY.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Evelyn Constance, and our dear mother, who passed away May 30, 1940; also our loved daughter and sister, Clarice Evelyn, who departed this life on June 10, 1940; and our dear sons and brothers, Ronald Wil- liam, who passed away March 30, 1929; Cyril George, March 14, 1934. -Ever remembered, (inserted by her loving husband and sons. Everard, New Guinea, and Reginald.)

GREENSLADE.-In loving memory of my dear husband, George, and our loved father, who passed away on June 5. 1941.

HALL. —In loving memory of our darling son and brother, Charles Leslie (Les), who passed away June 5, 1926, aged 11 years and 8 months; also our dear daughter and sister, Flo (Mrs. C. Briggs), who passed away Feb- ruary 28, 1935, aged 39 years. —Ever re- membered. (Inserted by loving father, mother, sisters, and brothers.)

HAUGHTON. —In loving memory of my dear husband, Harry, who passed away June 5, 1941, loving father of Eva and Gertie; also my dear sisters. —I love and remember the same today. (Inserted by his loving wife, Letitia.)

HAYNE. —In loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away June 5, 1940; also our dear mother and grandma, April 6, 1943. —Fondly remembered. (In- serted by Jessie and family.)

HENRY. —Sacred to the memory of my dear son-in-law and our brother-in-law, John Polson Henry, who passed away June 5, 1942. (Mother, Ned, and family, Ravens- wood, King Valley.)

HISCOCK. —In loving memory of our darl- ing son and brother, Max, accidentally killed June 5, 1942, aged nine years. —In God's keeping. (Mummy, daddy, and Russell.)

JEFFREY. —In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away June 5, 1942. —A patient sufferer at rest. (Inserted by his wife and family.)

JEFFREY. —In loving memory of my dear father, George, who passed away June 5, 1942. (inserted by his loving daughter, Jean, and son-in-law, Col.)

JOHNSTON. —In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary Rose, who passed away at Roseneath, Euroa, June 6, 1930. —Loving memories. (Inserted by Alice, Belle, Jack, and Evelyn.)

KEEP (Dalgleish). —In loving memory of my dear sister, Ethel, passed away on June 5, 1918. —A wonderful sister. At rest. (Inserted by her loving sister, Elsie, 63 Barry street, South Yarra.)

IN MEMORIAM

LEBRETON. —In loving memory of my dear wife and my dear mother, Rosina Lebreton, who died on June 5. 1942. (Inserted by her loving husband and son.)

LESTER.-In memory of Mary Elizabeth Lester, who passed away June 5. 1925, dearly loved wife of F. W. Lester, sen., loved mother of Fred,- Thelma. Doris, Stella, and Harold. -In memory ever green. (Inser- ted by her son. F. W. Lester, Jun.. Duke of York Hotel, High st.. Prahran.

LUNT.-In loving memory of* our dear

Iris, who passed away June 5, 1938. -Always remembered and sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving mother, father, sisters, and

brothers.

MCCARTNEY.-In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away in June, 1939. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving husband and daughter, A. McCartney, and Mrs. W. C. Wilson. Dande-

nong.)

MOORE.-In loving memory of my dear husband, accidentally killed June 2, 1942. -Deep in my heart a memory is kept. (Inserted by his loving wife, Beatrice.)

NILSSON.-In ever-loving memory of my belo\ej husband, Percy, who passed away June 5. -Sweet remembrance.

-(Inserted by his loving wife. Lily.)

NILSSON. - In memory of our workmate, Percy, accidentally killed June 5. (Inserted by Plate and Welding Shops, Ordnance Fac- tory, Ma rl by mon g. )

PARKER.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our loved father, Albert, who passed away June 5. 1942. -We who loved you sadly miss you. (Inserted by his loving wife and family. Burleigh.)

PURVES.-In loving memory of our loved mother. Essey Elizabeth Purves, died at Bel- grave June C, 1933, loving mother of Essey and Jessie, devoted gran." to Rita Fellowes.

Deep In my heart a memory is kept. Too dearly loved to ever forget. -(Jessie.)

REYNOLDS.-In loving memory of Lal, who passed away suddenly at Olinda, June 6, 1942. -Happy memories. (Inserted by Stubbs family, Mt. Dandenong.)

REYNOLDS.-In loving memory of Mrs. Reynolds, who passed away suddenly at Olinda June C, 1942. -Until the day breaks and the shadows flee. (Inserted by A. Por telli. Olinda.)

RYAN.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Ethel May, who passed away June 5, 1942. -Sweet memories of a loving one. (Inserted by her mother, sisters, and brothers.)

SCHOONDERMARK.-In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away June 5, 1938. -Sadly missed.

SCHOONDERMARK.-In memory of Bill, who passed away June 5. 1938. (Inserted by his friends. Dolly and Billy.)

SEARLE.-In memory of my loved hus- band, and our dear father, who passed away June 5, 1942. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

THOMPSON.^In loving memory of my dear son and our dear brother. Percy William, who pat--ed away June 6, 1932.

Loved and remembered always.

-(Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, s na sisters.)

TUCKETT.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Thomas, who passed away June 5, 1942. -In the garden of memory we meet every day. (Inserted by his loving wife.)

TUCKETT.-In loving memory of my dear dad, who passed away June 5, 1942. -You live with us in memory still, not just today, but always will. (Inserted by his daughter. Tot, and Phyllis and Valerie.)

TUESKI. - Fond memories of my dearest mother. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Edyth.)

VOIGT,-In loving memory of our dear father. Francis Albert, who passed away at Hawthorn June 4. 1926. -Greatly missed. (Inserted by Ida, Roy Anderson, and grand- sons, Don. Brian, and John, 1 Byrne avenue. Elwood.)

WALTON.-In memory of William Edward, who passed to higher life on June 6. 1942, beloved husband of Marlon, and loving father of Lois and Bill. -Kind thoughts shall

never die.

WARREN.—In loving memory of my sisters, Catherine (Kate), who passed away on June 5, 1941, and Rosina (Rose), passed away May 30, 1942, loved daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Warren, of Maldon. (Inserted by their sister. Mrs. C. A. White, Nicholson street, North Carlton.)

. BEREAVEMENT CARDS

ADAMS."- Mr. O. ADAMS and Family wish to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, cardsi, telegrams, letters, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. 44 Lennox street. Moonee Ponds._

BELL.-W. BELL. Brothers, and Sister wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their floral tributes, letters, cards, and telegrams during their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere thanks. Gulf Station, Yarra Glen.

BLAIR.-Mr. and Mrs. R. BURR and

Family wish to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for telegrams. let- ters, cards, and floral tributes, personal calls, and many acts of kindness shown to them In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of their sincere gratitude. 110 Danks

street, Albert Park._

BLOOR.-Mr. E. BLOOR and Bessie, also Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson and Family desire to express grateful THANKS to all 'kind friends who sent messages of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and numerous floral tributes during their recent bereavement.

CRELLIN. - Mrs. E. G. CRELLIN and Family desire to THANK all friends and relatives for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy during their sad and tragic bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude.

21 Attley grove. East St. Kilda. -^

DOUGLAS.-Mr. O. DOUGLAS and Family wish to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for floral tributes, tele- grams, letters, cards, and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal token of deepest gratitude. 404 Win dermere street. Ballarat._

FARRAR.-Mrs. A. A. FARRAR wishes to "THANK all kind relatives and friends, also doctora, sisters, and nurses at Heidelberg Military Hospital, during her recent sad be- reavement. (337 Park street. South Mel bourne.)

FINNEY.-Mr. S. R. FINNEY and Florrie and Arthur wish to THANK all relations and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved one. 43 Amelia avenue. Essendon.

GARTH.-Mrs. GARTH wishes to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for telegrams, letters, cards, and floral tri- butes, personal, calls, and many acts of kind- ness shown to her In her recent sad be- reavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of her sincerte gratitude. 59 Pridham street, Prahran.

GIBBONS.-Mr. and Mrs. NORMAN GIB- BONS desire to THANK all relatives and friends for personal expressions of sym- pathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and cards during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sinceie gratitude. (Rio Negro. 201 Gordon street. Coburg.)

GLAUM.-Mr. J. GLAUM and Family and Mrs. Gymer wish to THANK relations and friends for expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams in their recent sad bereavement._

GRABER.-Mrs. E. GRABER and Family wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in «their recent sad bereavement. 133 Wellington street, .Windsor._

HADDEN.-The Family of the late ANNIE HADDEN desire to THANK all friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sym- pathy and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as our personal and sincere thanks.

JANE. - The Family of the loto Mr. ROBERT JANE sincerely THANK their many relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, raids, floral tributes, personal calls, and many acts of kindness shown to them in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Mrs. Gee, Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere gratitude._

JULIAN. - Mrs. ALLEN, of Airlie avenue. Armadale, wishes to THANK all friends of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Julian for their letters, cards, and floral tributes. Please accept this as a personal note c4 thanks.

KNOTT. - Mrs. WALTER KNOTT. Mr. and Mrs. G. KNOTT, and Family, wish to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes personal calls, especially thanking Dr. Sewell and Sisters Salmmon in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept tills as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere gratitude. 54 Park street, Abbotsford. _

LEWIN (nee Morris).-Mr. W. LEWIN wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, telegrams, letters, and personal expressions of sympathy In his recent sad bereavement; also special thanks' to Mrs. Toy. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of my sincere thanks, 49 McKean street, North Fitzroy.

I BEREAVEMENT CARDS

MISSES and RICHARD SCO IT desire to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy In their sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our sincere gratitude. 3 Anderson street. Caulfield.

MR. G. H. WHYKES and Family desire to THANK their many friends for expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad be- reavement, especially thanking Drs. McDon- ald and Boyle, matron and staff, Gippsland Hospital; Dr. Middleton, matron, and staff, Lister private hospital. Melbourne; and Mrs. Edgar Sheilds. Will all please accept this with our grateful thanks._

MR. and Mrs. ARTHUR MORRIS and Family sincerely THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for floral tributes, telegiams, cards, letters, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere thanks and gratitude. 21 Victoria stTeet. East Brunswick.____

MR and Mrs. ROWE and Family wish to THANK all kind friends for expressions of sympathy, especially thanking friends at Newstead, in their recent sad bereavement. 31 Olive grove. Mentone._

MR A. E. WALLS and Family wish to THANK all kind friends and relations for cards and letters in their sad bereavement.

MRS A BRANNAN and Family wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends, especi- ally neighbours of Wellington street, for letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement; also Dr. Grogan, of Church street, for his untiring attention. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere thanks.

MRS. J CAREY and Family wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for their cards, letters, and telegrams express- ing sympathy in their recent sad and tragic loss of their son and brother. Charlie. Will all please accept this as an expression of our sincere thanks._

MRS. HUME and Daughters, of 106 Robin ron road, Hawthorn, wishes- to THANK all kind friends and relations for letters, cards, telegrams and floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent be- reavement. Will all accept this as a personal expression of gratitude._

MRS. ALEX. KERR and Family wish to sincerely THANK their many kind friends, far and near, for the beautiful floral tributes, comforting messages, and acts of kindness shown to them In their sad and tragtc loss. All please accept this as a personal acknow ledgment of heartfelt gratitude._

MRS. WILLOUGHBY and Family desire to THANK their many kind friends and relatives for all expressions of sympathy In their sad bereavement. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of thanks. (Mlddleboro road. Box Hill.)_v

MRS. JORDAN and Family wish to THANK all relatives and friends for kind sym- pathy in their sad bereavement especially thanking Mr. and Mrs. O'shea, Glenroy.

NANKERVIS. - Mr. H. NANKERVIS and Family wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends for floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Albert Hill. Lilydale_

OCKWELL.-Mr. and Mrs. F. L. OCK WELL, of Arncliffe (N.S.W.), wish to THANK relatives and friends for their kind expres- sions of sympathy, cards, letters, and tele- grams In their recent sad bereavement.

RASMUSSEN.-Mrs. H. RASMUSSEN and Daughters of the late Mr. Neil Rasmussen desire to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for telegrams, letters, cards, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. 8 O'Callaghan street, Stawell._

VINES. - Mrs. VINES and Family wish to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for their personal expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, letters cards, and telegrams, In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal expression of gratitude. 19 Bell street. East Coburg.

FUNERAL NOTICES

ALMOND. - The Funeral of ti' * late Mrs. HARRIET ALISON ALMOND will leave 202 Burke road. Glen Iris, THIS DAY, at 11 a.m., for the Burwood Cemetery. JOHN (Roy V.) ALLISON Richmond. JA1003.

BROWN.-The Funeral of the late ALEX- ANDER BROWN will leave Padburys chapel. 13 Cotham road, Kew, THIS DAY, at 11.15 a.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. A. W. PADBURY & Co., Kew. Haw. 31.

CHAMBERS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JAMES ERNEST CHAMBERS will leave the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. Edward A. White), 85 Glass street. Essendon, THIS DAY, at eleven a.m.. for tbo Coburg Ceme tery. R. ROBSON, frorth Fitzroy. JW2345.

DALE. - Tile Friends of the late Mrs. EMILY JANE DALE are advised that her remains will be laid to rest in the Kyneton Cemetery THIS DAY (Saturday, June 5). The Funeral will leave St. Paul's Church of England, Kyneton, following a service com- mencing at 1.30 p.m. W. RAYMER, Funeral Director. Phone 254 Kyneton.

GREENWOOD.-The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE HENRY GREENWOOD will leave 28 Douglas street. Toorak. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 11 o'clock, for the St. Kilda. Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., 102 Toorak road, South Yarra. Win. 66.

HOLDEN. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE BEULAH HOLDEN will leave Apps and Sons' chapel. High street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Saturday, June 5), at 10 a.m.. for the Box Hill Cemetery. W. G. APPS

Se SONS PTY. LTD. JA1145._

KING. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ALBERT KING, of 75 Albert street, North Williamstown, will leave the Congregational Church. Williamstown, on Monday, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Williamstown Cemetery. NELSON BROS.. Williamstown. Tel. 34.

KINNERSLY.-The Funeral of the late ALBERT ERNEST KINNERSLY. of Minin- era, will arrive at the Learmonth Cemetery, THIS DAY. at 3 p.m. F. W. BARNES Se

SON. Ban-rat. Phone 79._

MACKINNON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. NEIL MALCOLM MACLEAN MACKINNON (late 4th Division Train., First A.I.F.) will leave the Bathurst Memorial Chapel. Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads. Caulfield, THIS DAY. at 10.30 a.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. T. BATHURST

Ar-Co., late A.I.F. Phone LP0337._

MILES.-The Funeral of the late MARTHA MARY MILES will leave her horn» at Bun- yip TOMORROW (Sunday), at 2 p.m., for the Bunyip Cemetery. J. A. McGILTON, Warragul. Phone 17._ NEILL. — The Funeral of the late WILLIAM NEILL will leave E. W. Jack- son's chapel. Ferguson street, Williamstown North, THIS DAY (Saturday), at conclu- sion of a service, commencing 10.40 a.m., for the Williamstown Cemetery. ERNEST W. JACKSON. Will, 25.

PARKINSON. - The Funeral of the late Mr. CLARENCE HECTOR PARKINSON will leave 20 Daisy street. Essendon, THIS DAY (Saturday. June 5). at 11 a.m.. for the Fawkner Cemetery. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY LTD.. Essendon. FU10Q2._

PEARCE.-The Funeral of the late STANLEY PEARCE will leave the residence of his mother (Mrs. D. H. McDonald), 3 Patrick street, Stawell, on MONDAY. June 7, at 3 p.m., for the Stawell Cemetery. P. J. CROUCH and SON, Stawell._

WILSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ALICE MAY WILSON will leave Glenmore, Clarke street, Portarlington, THIS DAY, at 2.30 p.m., for the Portarlington Cemetery. T BATHURST & Co.. late A.I.P., Funeral Directors, Caulfield. Phone LF6337._ "WOOTTON.-;The Funeral of the late Miss HARRIET WOOTTON will leave the parlours of Armstrong & Whittle, 215 Glenferrie read, Malvern, THIS .DAY, at 11 a.m., for the Boroondara General Cemetery, Kew.

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