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[To guard against Imposition Birth Marriage Death and In Memoriam Notices must be authenticated by some reputable person to ensure their insertion. To guard against error write all names clearly in block letters.]

Birth, Marriage, Death, Bereavement, In Memo-  

riam and Funeral Notices up to 6 lines. 3/: extra lines at 6d.

BIRTHS.

AUSTIN. —On the 20th January, to Mr.   and Mrs. T. S. Austin, Myuna, Mortlake —a

daughter.

FLINTOFT. —On the 18th January, 1934, at 2 Dunraven avenue, Toorak, to Mr. and Mrs. William Flintoft —a son.

GOW-BROWN. —On the 17th January, at   Epworth private hospital —a son (Graeme).

KEEP. —On the 18th January, at St. George's   Hospital, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Keep —

a son.

McGREGOR . —On the 21st January, at McKinnon's private hospital, Bendigo, to Mr.   and Mrs. A. McGregor, Rochester —a daughter.

DEATHS.

ADAMSON. —On the 22nd January, at the   residence of his son-in-law (F. Engelhardt),     8 Wright street Clifton Hill, Charles Adamson, dearly beloved husband of the late Charlotte and loving father of Harry (deceased), May (Mrs. T. Deeble, Ivanhoe), Agnes (Mrs. C. Hagger, Kew), Jessie (Mrs. F. Engelhardt),

and Charles (A.I.F., killed action), aged 81   years. —The long day closed.

BECKETT. —On the 22nd January, at St. Enoch's, Dalgety road, Beaumaris, Elizabeth   Kate, beloved wife of J. C. Beckett, and loving mother of Clarice and Hilda. (Private inter-

ment.)

BELL. —On the 21st January, Alice Pauline Bell, the beloved wife of H. W. Bell, 46 Spencer street, North Essendon, the loving mother of Wallie and Effie. (Private interment.) —At

rest.

BRIDGE. —On the 22nd January, at her residence, 2 Maiden street, Yallourn, Mary, beloved wife of John, and fond mother of Molly and Betty.

BROOKE —On the 22nd January, at private hospital, Camberwell, Frederick Herbert Brooke, brother of Mrs. F. E. Brown, J. H., A.G., Annie (deceased), W. H, (deceased), C. E. (deceased), and Harold Brooke.

CALDWELL. —On the 20th January, 1934, passed away, Thomas Caldwell, dearly loved   husband of Elizabeth Emily Caldwell, and loving father of Willie (killed in action, A.I.F.) and Effie (Mrs. Mason), loved grandfather of Mavis, Richard, Shirley, and Rae. —Rest sweet rest.

CHISHOLM. —On the 22nd January, 1934, at Epworth private hospital, Melbourne, Elizabeth Mary, dearly beloved wife of Peter Chisholm, and loving mother of Mary, William, Agnes, James (deceased), Alan, Evelyn, late of High- lands via Yea. —R.I.P,    

CRAIG. —On the 22nd January, 1934, at his residence, The Linnolds, Valentine street, Ben- digo, James Henry Craig, loving husband of Alice Craig, and dearly loved brother of Annie and Emmie Craig.

CURTIS. —On the 20th January (suddenly),

Ernest Bilney, dearly loved youngest son of Mrs. E. Curtis (late Kew) and the late Ernest Curtis, brother of Wal, Muriel (Mrs Page),

Burnie (Mrs. Rae), Maisie (Mrs. Bryan), Isa (Mrs. Hiscock), aged 33 years. —Just resting.

DEAN. —On the 22nd January, 1934, at Euroa, B. N. H. Eden, Thomas, dearly beloved hus- band of the late Matilda Jane Dean, and loving father of Margaret Ann (Mrs. A. Walter, Violet Town), John William (Euroa), Joseph Eden (Shepparton), Phillis Martha (Mrs. F. Walter, Dookie), George Robert (Euroa), Ellen Mary Jane (Mrs. A. Ellis, Boho South), Alfred James (Shean's Creek), Ernest Thomas (Strathbogie), Herbert Charles (Violet Town),

Ruby Letitia (Mrs. Godkin, Euroa), aged 90 years. —Peace, perfect peace.

GARNER. —On the 20th January, at Nar-  

randera, N.S.W.), Vida Constance (Vi) the   beloved wife of F. C. (Frank) and loved daugh-     ter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Garner, Bay     View crescent, Black Rock, and sister-in-law     of Ruby (Mrs Overton), 103 South road, Brighton Beach. GLENN. —On the 22nd January 1934, at a private hospital, Camberwell, Victoria, Susana, the dearly loved wife of Malcolm Glenn, of Mathoura, N.S.W., and loving mother of Phyllis,   Ruby and Roy. (Funeral at Mathoura Ceme- tery, Wednesday, January 24 at 3 p.m. )  

HEMMONS.—On the 22nd January at Port Fairy, Melsom, loved husband of Margaret Hemmons .(Interment Port Fairy Cemetery

on 23rd January.)  

HOLDSWORTH, — On the 22nd January, at her residence, Cromwell street, Caulfield, Ada, beloved mother of Edith M. (deceased), Ern- est, F., Dorothy (Mrs Bowman), and Ronald Holdsworth. —At rest.    

HOLLAND.—On the 22nd January (suddenly),     at her parents' residence, 132 Waterdale road, Ivanhoe, Joyce, darling only child of Mr. and     Mrs. H. W. Holland, and beloved granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Terracini, Alphington,

aged 13 years.  

HOLLAND. —On the 22nd January, at her parents' residence, 132 Waterdale road, Ivan- hoe, Joyce, loving granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Terracini, and loving niece of family.

HOLLAND.—On the 22nd January, at her   parents' residence, 132 Waterdale road, Ivan- hoe, Joyce, loving niece of Mr. and Mrs. V. Terracini.      

HOWELL.—On the 22nd January, at the res- dence of her son-in-law (Mr. C. C. Giles),    

Pomonal, via Stawell, Jemina Louesia, relict of   the late George Howell (late of Brunswick), loving mother of George Thomas (Canterbury),  

Jessie Lavinia (Mrs. J. R. Rigby, deceased), and Rose Elizabeth Ann (Mrs. C. C. Giles, Pomonal),

aged 82 years.

JOHNS.—On the 22nd January, at the resi-  

dence of his son (Mr Robert W. Johns), 159 Inglewood road, Bendigo, Thomas William John, beloved husband of the late Martha Jane Johns, and loving father of Eleanor (Mrs. H. Jones), Fanny (Mrs. L. Harrop), Martha (Mrs. J. Johns), and Robert, aged 82 years. —At

rest.

KERR.—On the 22nd January (after short   illness, at private hospital, Toorak, Sophia Wyatt, widow of Robert Kerr, and loving mother of Claude (deceased) and Ethel (Mrs. J. G. Guest, of 4 Montalto avenue, Toorak).

MATENSON.—On the 22nd January, Lewis,   beloved husband of Miriam Matenson, affection- ate father of Phillip, Annie (Mrs. Sam Harris, Sydney) Isaac, Maurice, Jacob, and Celia, and   fond grandfather of Leila, Edna, Joy, and Lorna. —May his soul rest in peace. (Minyan at 1074 Lygon street, North Carlton, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, at 8 p.m.)    

McNICOL.—On the 21st January, at her resi- dence, Malvern, Ellen, relict of the late Wil-

liam McNicol and dearly beloved mother of William, Annie, Donald (deceased), Jack, Nellie, and Jim (deceased), aged 80 years. — Loved by all.  

MOORE.—On the 21st January, at her resi- dence, 11 Vale street, St. Kilda, Emma Maria, dearly loved wife of Ernest, and loved mother of Ernest Andrade, mother-in-law of Ellen and     grandmother of Maisie and Erna (Bonnie). —Sadly missed.

MORTISON (nee Nelson).— On the 22nd   January, at her residence, No 53 Illawarra road, Flemington, Elizabeth Florence, dearly beloved wife of Frank Mortison, loving mother of Frank, Fred, and Martini, and loving daugh-

ter of the late John and Elizabeth Nelson, of Shepparton. —Sadly missed. (Private inter-

ment.)  

MUNDAY.—On the 22nd January, at her resi-   dence, Ellambee, Beatty street, Ivanhoe, N.21,

Lavinia Catherine, the dearly loved wife of Henry Munday, loving mother of Alice, Harry, Alfred, Ethel, Stella, and Freda, aged 75 years. —R.I.P.

O'CONNOR. — On the 22nd January, at   Munindindi, Thomas O'Connor, loved husband   of Eugene Gardiner, and loved father of Gene, Connie, Oliver, and Keith, aged 73 years. —At  

rest.

O'SULLIVAN.—-On the 22nd January, 1934, at   his residence, Erindale, Knowsley, John, the dearly beloved husband of Bridget O'Sullivan,   loving father of Marie, and loved brother of Eugene, Michael, William, Julia (deceased),

Timothy, and the Rev. Father James O'Sullivan   (deceased). —Rest in peace.

PARRIS.—On the 19th January, 1934, Ada, the dearly beloved youngest daughter of the late Henry and Eleanor Parris, beloved sister of Lizzie (Mrs Younge), Polly (Mrs Marsh), Emma (Mrs Neill), and George, John (de- ceased), Joshua (deceased), Harry (deceased), and Bob (deceased), late of Kensington. —Sadly missed. (Private interment 20th Jan- uary.)

PRATT.—At his daughter's residence, Camp-  

bell street, Swan Hill, John, beloved husband of Amelia, aged 79 years. —At rest.

PRISK.—On the 21st January, 1934, at her residence, 23 Ardrie road, East Malvern, Mary,

relict of the late Thomas Prisk, and loving mother of Thomas (deceased), William (de-

ceased), John, Elizabeth (Mrs Gill), Mary (Mrs Garland), Emily (Mrs Lethlean), and Ellen, aged 97 years.

SHARP.—On the 22nd January (result of acci-   dent), George, of Avon, 122 Booran road, Glen-

huntly, beloved husband of Edith, and loving father of Annie, Henry (deceased), and Walter. —Loved by all.

SMART.—On the 22nd January, at St. Vin- cent's Hospital, William, dearly beloved hus- band of Dorothy, and loving father of Billie, Alec, and Ronald, aged 46 years.

SYKES.—On the 15th January, 1934, Bertha Alice, the dearly loved wife of Charles Henry Sykes, of 1 Yarrowee parade, Ballarat, and loving mother of Mat, Perce, Gert (Mrs. H. (Bradbury), Les., Maude (Mrs. M. Spielvogel),

Claude, and Cliff, aged 74 years. —In God's

care.

TAYLOR.— On the 22nd January, at Hobart, Tasmania, Elizabeth, widow of the late Charles Joseph Taylor, loving mother of Olive (Mrs.

T. C. Simpson) and Drayton, aged 83 years.

WAKEFIELD .—On the 22nd January, at his residence, 17 Salisbury street, Caulfield, John, beloved husband of the late Rhoda H., and loving father of Walter, Frances, Percy, Ar-  

thur, Alfred, George, James, and May, in his 98th year. —For ever with the Lord.

WATERS.—On the 21st January, at private   hospital, Myra Waters, late of 7 Lyall street, Hawthorn, beloved sister of Mrs. C. S. White,   Alfred (deceased), Mrs. G. B. Synnot, Mrs. A. H. Hooker, and Florence Waters, and   Mrs. C. Rigg. (Private funeral. )

IN MEMORIAM

BEECHING.— In loving memory of Jim, son   of J. C. and Hilda Beeching, who died on Janu- ary 23, 1928. —He rests in peace.

CROAD.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 22nd January, 1926; also my dear father and brother. (In-

serted by her affectionate son, Jack.)  

DAVIES.—In loving memory of mother, who   passed away January 23, 1930. —Ever remem-

bered. (Ada.)  

GENTRY.—In loving memory of our darling   Eva (Queenie), passed away January 23, 1929 (result motor accident). —Sleep on, beloved.

(Inserted by father, mother, and Winnie.)  

GENTRY. — In loving memory of Eva Gil-  

bert, who passed away 23rd January, 1929. —Always remembered. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Watchern and Marie.)  

GREEN.—In loving and affectionate memory of our dearly beloved mother, Julia Green, who passed away at Ellerslie, Nicholson street, Fitzroy, on January 23, 1924. (Inserted by her sorrowing daughters.)

IN MEMORIAM

HALL. —A loving tribute to our dear father Thomas Hall, of Education department, Clear Lake, Palmerston and Lake Moodemere, Rutherglen. —To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die. (Inserted by his family.)   HARRIDGE. —In loving memory of my loving husband and our beloved father who gave his life for others on January 23, 1931. —Greater love hath no man than this. (Inserted by his wife and family.)  

HAYES.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd January, 1933. (Inserted by her loving daughter.)  

LEES.—In memory of a darling husband and father, who passed away on 23rd January 1933.

A life of love so true and kind; A beautiful memory left behind.

(Inserted by his sorrowing wife Myra, and daughter, Linda Lees.)  

MATTHEWS.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Catherine, who passed away 23rd

January, 1928.

She lives with us in memory still, Not just to-day, but always will.  

—(Inserted by her loving son and daughter-   in-law and grandson, Leo, Gill, and Bobbie.)    

McMAHON.—In loving memory of my dearly   loved wife and mother, Vera, who passed away 23rd January, 1932. —R.I.P. (Inserted by her  

sorrowing husband and children.)  

MORRIS.—In loving memory of our mother who passed away October 29, 1922, and our brother, January 23, 1930.

The toil of the morning

And noonday is past,

And with the cool evening

Comes peace at last.

—(Inserted by their loved ones at Monarto,

Seymour.)  

NEWMAN.—A tribute of everlasting devotion   to my beloved husband, Gordon, who passed to a higher life on January 23, 1931. —Still living, still loving, still ours. (Vera Newman.)  

NEWMAN. — In memory of dear Gordon, loved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hill,     brother-in-law of Patsie and Vernon Sellars,     Babe and Jack Steele, uncle of June, John, Gor- don, who passed away on January 23, 1931. — Time does not dim the memory of a beautiful

soul.

RAY.—In sacred and loving memory of our   dearly loved daughter and sister, Linda, who was accidcntallj drowned on January 23, 1933.

Father, in Thy gracious keeping

Leave we now our loved one sleeping.

—(Inserted by her sorrowing parents, sister,

and brothers.)  

ROBINSON.—In loving memory of our dear     mother, Annie Y. Robinson, who passed away at Camberwell on the 23rd January, 1930.

We cannot think of our loved one as dead,   Who walks with us no more,

Along the path of life we tread,

She has but gone before.

And still her silent ministries

Within our hearts have place,

As when on earth she walked with us,

Talked with us face to face.

—(Inserted by Fannie, Belle, and Aggie.)  

ROBINSON.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, Annie Y. Robinson, who passed away on 23rd January, 1930. (In- serted by Wallie, Clare, and Jean.)  

TINKHAM. — In loving memory of my dear     husband, David, who died on January 23, 1929. —Ever remembered. (Inserted by his loving

wife.)  

WHITE. —In sad and cherished memory of my adored husband, who passed away at his   residence, 52 Willsmere road, North Kew, 23rd

January, 1933.

In the lonely hour of night, when sleep

forsakes my eyes,

My thoughts are on the silent grave where

my darling husband lies;

Two little words are hard to write, but dear

to me all my life, My husband.

—(Inserted by his loving wife, Mary Jane.)  

WHITE. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 23rd January, 1933.

Loving and kind in all his ways,

Upright and just to the end of his days; Sincere and kind in heart and mind,

What a beautiful memory to leave behind. We miss your kind and loving ways,

With you we spent our happiest days. We miss you when we need a friend,   On you we always could depend. Dear father, friend, and aid,

One who was better God never made.

—(Inserted by his sons Robert, Nathaniel, Stewart, George, and Daniel.)  

FUNERAL NOTICES.

ADAMSON.—The Friends of the late CHARLES

ADAMSON are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment In the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.

The funeral is appointed to move from the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. F. Engelhardt),     No. 8 Wright street, Clifton Hill, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 2 0'clock punctually. ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director (estab 1854), Clifton Hill. 'Phone JW1708.

BRIDGE.—The Friends of Mr JOHN BRIDGE

are respectfully informed that the remains of his late beloved wife, Mary, will be laid at rest in the Yallourn Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from St John's   Church of England, Yallourn, THIS DAY (Tuesday,   23rd January).

W. McINTOSH and Co., Funeral Directors.

CHISHOLM.—The Friends of the late Mrs.

ELIZABETH MARY CHISHOLM are respect-

fully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment in the New Seymour Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from the resi-  

dence of Mrs. W. J. Brown, Yarrallah, 1 Erval avenue, Preston, at 11 o'clock, proceeding to the   Roman Catholic Church, Seymour, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 23rd January, 1934), at 2.30 0'clock.    

G. DIGGLE, Funeral Director, 547 Spencer street, West Melbourne. 'Phone F1282.

HOLDSWORTH. — The Friends of the late Mrs.

ADA HOLDSWORTH are informed that her rcmains will be interred in the Brighton Ceme-  

tery.

The funeral is appointed to move from her resi-

dence, 44 Cromwell street, Caulfield, To-morrow   (Wednesday, January 24), at 11 a.m.  

APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors.

'Phone Windsor 70.

HOLLAND. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.

H. W. HOLLAND are respectfully informed that the funeral of their darling only child, Joyce, will leave their residence, 132 Waterdale road, Ivanhoe, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 23rd Jan-

uary), at 3.30 p.m., for the place of interment     in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. E. TAYLOR and SON, Funeral Directors, Head Office: 'Phone Heidelberg 55.

HOWELL.— The Friends of the late Mrs.

JEMINA LOUESIA HOWELL (late of Balwyn) are respectfully informed that her remains will be   interred in the Box Hill Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. C. C. Giles), of Pomonal,    

via Stawell, THIS DAY, (Tuesday), arriving at the  

cemetery gates about 3 p.m. F. J. CROUCH and SON, Funeral Directors, Stawell. Tel. 43.

JAY.—The Friends of Mr DANIEL W. JAY are

respectfully informed that the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Annie, will be interred in    

the Box Hill Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, Glebe street, Forest Hill, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at

3.30 p.m. A.W. Padbury, Funeral Directors, 203 White Horse road, Box Hill. 'Phone WX2714

JOHNS.—The Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS

WILLIAM JOHN JOHNS, late of Woodend, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to

the Woodend Cemetery.

The funeral will move from the residence of his son (Mr. Robert W. Johns), 159 Inglewood road, Bendigo, THIS DAY (Tuesday, January 23), at 11 a.m., arriving at the cemetery gates at 1.30.  

WILLIAM FARMER, Undertaker, Bendigo and Eaglehawk. 'Phone 389.

JULIER, — The Friends of Mr THOMAS B.  

JULIER are respectfully informed that the remains of his dearly loved wife, Elizabeth, will be interred in the Melbourne General Cemetery,

Carlton.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi-

dence, 163 Clark street, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 23rd January, 1934), at 2.30 p.m.    

R. MCKENZIE, Funeral Director. Head office, 199 Clarendon street, South Melbourne. 'Phone

M3107 (2 lines).

KERR.—The Friends of the late Mrs. SOPHIA

WYATT KERR are informed that her funeral will leave the residence of her daughter (Mrs.     J. G. Guest), 4 Montalto avenue, Toorak, THIS DAY (Tuesday, the 23rd January), at 3.30 p.m., for     the Brighton Cemetery.

A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Cent. 410.

MATENSON.—The Friends of the late Mr. LEWIS  

MATENSON are informed that his remains will be interred in the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.            

The funeral will leave his residence, 1074 Lygon street, North Carlton, THIS DAY (Tuesday, the 23rd January), at 11 a.m.  

W. G. APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD. J1145 (2

lines).

MUNDAY. — The Friends of Mr. H. MUNDAY

are respectfully informed that the remains of his dearly loved wife, Lavinia Catherine, will be interred in the Heidelberg Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave his residence,   Ellambee, Beatty street, Ivanhoe, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 23rd January), at 3.30 p.m.    

HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Funeral Director, 154 Johnston street, Fitzroy; 62 Station street, Fair- field. 'Phone J1086.

O'SULLIVAN.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN    

O'SULLIVAN are respectfully notified that his   remains will be interred in the Heathcote Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence Erindale, Knowsley THIS DAY (Tuesday, the 23rd January), at 3 o'clock, arriving cemetery 3.45 p.m.      

MICHAEL MULQUEEN and SONS, Bendigo and Melbourne. Phone Bendigo 179.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

PRISK.—The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY

PRISK are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Brighton Ceme-

tery.

The funeral is appointed to move from her resi- dence, 23 Ardrie road, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 23rd January, 1934), at 1.30 p.m.    

R. McKENZIE, Funeral Director, 59 Koornang road, Carnegie. 'Phone M3107.

SHARP. — The Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE

SHARP are most respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, Avon, 122 Booran road, Glenhuntly, To-morrow (Wednesday),

at 2.30 p.m.    

J. MONKHOUSE and SON, undertakers, Car- penter street, Brighton, near the Town Hall. 'Phone X1162.

SMART.—The Friends of the late Pte. WILLIAM  

SMART (late No. 433, 13th Light Horse) are informed that his remains will be interred in the Strathallan Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence. No. 10 Adeline street, Preston, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 23rd January), at 2 o'clock.

JOHN McKENDRY, Undertaker, 189 Glenferrie road, Malvern. 'Phone U4660. WAKEFIELD.—The Friends of the late Mr.

JOHN WAKEFIELD are informed that his funeral will leave his residence, No. 17 Salisbury street, Caulfield, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 3.30   p.m., for the place of interment, the Brighton   Cemetery, arriving 3.45.  

RAYBOULDS PTY. LTD., Malvern. Tel. U1427.  

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