On Active Service
HOUSTON--Lieut. W. P. (Bill), dearly be- loved son-in-law oí» ,Mr. k and Mrs. Austin (Nln and Pop). -Et'ery day in silence .we'll
J emembor. '"
MAYER.-In memory . ol our loving son. ' Private- P. L. Lloyd Mayer, V75829. only child
of Phil and Winnie Mayer. Of Warburton. died m New Guinea. August 27. -One of nature's gentlemen. Till we meet again,
SCOTT.-Cn September 3 (result or alr
cicft accident), Robert Ashune, Set.-Pilot, beloved yon of Lyla and Ern, loving broLher of Jack and Allan, aged 19 years. *.-A Jcving brother.
SCOTT.-On September 3 (result of air- craft accident), Robert Ashune. lovlna nephew c-f Vi Scott and Orb. Render (Mc
TENNANT - VX34000 Sgt. David Angus, killed in action. New Guinea. August 14 (re- turned Middle East), dearly beloved husband of Valmai and darling daddy of Billy and
Leaha of Launching Place.
TENNANT.-On August Í4, killed in action, New Guinea, VX34000, Sgt. David Angus (ret. Middle East), beloved son-in-law of Mr and Mrs. C. E. Bahn, and loved bro-
ther-in-law of Hermon and Nell. -Resting.
THOMAS,-On-August -17,. killed in action, Kew Guinea, -VX21564. Corporal ten, A.I.F.
(2/3rd Independent Co..- ex Z/llth A.F.R.. | returned Middle East),-dearly beloved hus- band of Edith, and 16-ving dad'of Barry and Lynette, loved son--ln-law of Mrs. and the
late Mr. J. Bourke.
THOMAS."-On August 17. killed in action, New Guinea. VX21564. Corporal Len. A.I P. (2/3rd independent Co.. ex 2/llth A.F.R., , leturncd Middle East), dearly loved bon of r W. D. and E. J. Thomas, and loving brother
oi Will, aged 35 years.
THOMAS.-A loving tribute to the memory to cur dearly loved nephew and cousin, Cpl. Len, VX215G4. killed in action, New Guinea. Augu.-t 17, -A great pal. (H. and E. Themas, Harry and Alma, Glenhuntly.)
TOPHAM.-On August 11. died of wounds jn New Guinea. VX58799, Sgt. Roboit F. (Bob), dearly loved younger ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. Topham," of Yapeen, and loving brother ol Lil (Mrs.' S. Moller, Girgarre), Ulna (Mrs. W. Beardall. Castlemaine). Jack, and Jess, aged 28 years.
AITKEN.-On September 2, at his íosi dence, Dunlop avenue, Ormond, Thomas, beloved husband of Lilian, and loving father ol Margery . (Mrs. Hughan), Phyllis (Mrs. Fox), and Jack (A.I.F-).
ALDRED.-On August' 27, fcat ' Myrtleford. Arthur, dearly loved brother of Charlie, Sarah (Mrs. Noad). . Beattie (Mrs. Ed- wards), Lily (Mrs.. Biuce). Selby, Georgina (Mrs. Corran), Olive (Mrs. Cooke* ), .--Heaven's morning breaks and earth's dim
BAILLIE.-On August 30. Rev. David G.. of 15 Sherwood road. Ivanhoe, relict of the Jaie Dr. Mabel Baillie, loved father of Mabel (.5 lUack street, Mont Albert) father-in-law Of Brendan S. Noonan, and loved grandpa
ol Michael and Patrick, aged 73 years, j
BEAL-On September 2, at 12 Lorne I giove, Camberwell. Rosina Katherine, dearly Jcved wife of i Joseph F. Beal, and mother t»f Rose (MrS. Stevens), Els (Mrs. Far eiuharton), Fred, Nell, Myra (Canberra), and Grace. (Privately cremated.)
BLUNDELL -On September 2, al Gipps- land Hospital, Sale, John Herbert Blundell, beloved husband of Vera, father Of Keith -and Ethel, and un-le of Helen; Archdeacon cf South Gippsland, and Canin-in-residenee of St. Paul's Cathedral, Sale.
BOYD.-On September 3, Ellen Boyd, of 22 Wilmot street, East Malvern, the dearly loved ir other of Florence '(Mrs. Crathern), and .-wother-in-law of Charles aged 80 years, late
-Of Bnllaint. -A patient sufferer at rest.
BROWN.-On , September 3, at his herne, Scotchman's road, Bellarine, George, dearly . :Joved husband or Emma" Brown, and loving
lather cf Ale.v., -aged 75 years. ?
CANN.-Oh September' t\ Louisa Cann, 'late of Euroa, loved davghter oí the late Ivntt and Louisa Carin, aged' 77 years. -At rest.
CARTER.-On August 23. at the home of his daughter (Mrs. J. J. Nase), Ballan, John Robinson, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Caitev. loved bl other of Fied "H. and Ad» Carter, Spring Head, Newlyn, de- voted uncle of Jessie (Mrs. J. Stickland) and Winifred. -Peace, perfect peace.
COLLIS.—On September 3 (suddenly), at Armadale, Edward Humphrey, beloved hus- band of the late Jessie Miriam, and dearly loved father of Cyril (prisoner of war, Singapore) and Phyllis, (Mrs. H. W. Holli- 'well), aged 77 years.
COONAN (neo McCarthy).-On September 2. at Yea, Annie Mary,- beloved wife- of Michael Piarick, und loving mother of Mary. Tjoimlne. Michael, Brian, and Edward, aiifed 32 years. -R.I.P.
COONAN (neo McCarthy).-On September 2, ni Yen, Annie Mary, loved daughter of Mrs. and the late D. J. McCarthy, loving sister oí Patrick. Dennis, . James, Nora (Mrs: Leo Fiei), Jean, Edward (Rev. Br. Berchmans), aged 32 years. -R.I.P.
COONAN (nee McCarthy).-On September !>,' at Yea, Annie Mary, levlng niece of Mr. and Mts. Charles Flavin, cousin of Rene and Wally, godmother of little Kerry, aged 32 ycart-. -R.I.P,
CRUICKSHANK.-On August 31, at Roso
wutci, S.A., John, belovexl awi of the late George and Mai garet Cruickshank, of Warr, iinmbncl and Allansford, and loving brother Oi James (deceased).,, Isabel (Mrs D. Halji .well, Gnotuk), Margaret (deceased), Geoige (Hamilton), and Alex, aged 72 yeais.
DAY.-On August 31. at the home of her daughter (Mis,. J. D. White), IG Tinner ' stieet. Glen Iris, Christina E. (Mum), widow
?ui the late Arthur Renouf, and dearly loved mother of Chick (Mrs. Lovett). Lin (Mis. White), Rex, and Jack, (Piivately interred.)
DAY.-On August 31, beloved nana of Rex, Nev, Mane. Dick,-Peter, Merton, and Ken.
DE VRIES.-On August 29. at Children's Hospital, Gary Victor, beloved son of Meg De Vries, grandson of Annie and Harry Rippon, nephew of Connie, Alex, Harry, and Leslie, aged 2½ years. -Sadly missed.
DEAN.-On September 1. at Fairfield, Sarah Ann. dearly loved wife of the late '.Thomas, loving mother of Frank and Florence CMiv,. Lydstei), aged 93 years. -At lest. (Piivately interred) *
DONALDSON.-On September 2. at Mel- bourne, John, con of the lale Joseph and Mary Donaldson, and brother of Mis. Mar- garet Melville, of Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.
DUNLOP.-On September 3, Thomas Fred- erick, loved brother of Laurence Francis, brother-in-law of Dorcas, uncle of Lois and
DYALL.-On August 26, at his home, 8 Kerferd road. Glen Iris, John Charles, be- loved, husband of the late Agnes Dyall, loving father of Daisy, (deceased), Violet (Mrs. A. L. G. McDonald.), Daphne, and Lily, aged
EGAN.-On August 31, at her residence. 100 Cotham road. Kew. Margaret, dearly loved wife of the late Matthew Egan, loving mother of Mary, Thomas, (deceased), Brigid, Mar- garet. Matthew (deceased), Catherine (de- ceased), Patrick, Joseph, and Teresa, devoted sister of Mary. -Requiescat in pace.
ELMS:-On August 31 (suddenly), at-his rctidencc. 6 Vista avenue, Kew, Hastings Ficderiok, dearly beloved husband oí Etta \V.. and much-loved stepiather of Edward Alabaster,
FIELD.-On August 30. Jane Ellen, of Huddersfield, Avoca, loved daughter of the Jute Albert and Mary Field, loved sister of J. W. Field, and loving auntie oí Floience, Annie (Mrs. D, E, Reeves), and Daisy (Mrs. >N. Morgan). -The Lord gave and the Lord
liath taken away. We thank Him lor the many days He gave so -choice a Rift. In memory of de-ar Auntie Jean, loving com- panion of John, Florence. Lesley, Beverley, and Margaret, f
FIELD.-A tribute to the memory of our eleni: ii)cnd, Betty, who passed away $>n August 27, arter ^a short illness. (Inserted by-M. npd L. Tllton. Woorilla, Ferny Creek.)
FLANDERS. -On September 2, at Cowes, Margaret Catherine, the dearly beloved wife of William, and loving mother of Ruby, Ina, Roma, Rupert, and Alex, aged 56 years.
GAGIE.-On August 'äs, at her residence, l"-i! îu-KilIop .mest, "Geelong, Euphemia. be- loved wife- U the late "William Gagie.
GEDDES-On September 3, at 90 Welling- ton street, St. Kilda, John, dearly beloved husband of Annie and loving father of Roy (deceased) and Bill (deceased).
.GlflU; -On August 30, at Red Cliffs, FU v> Marti i, lc'cd wife of Frank, and li.vlny nioth-i' of Eve (Mrs. C. L. Lang ioid) and Roy (Red Cliffs), aged 03 yeais.'
GILMOUR. -On September 1, at his resi- dence, Glen Innis, Cope Cope, Ross Elliott, loving son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmour, and brother of Lindsay, aged 23 years.
GOODWIN -On September 3. at the resi- dente of her brother, 69 Hotham street. Preston Ida Geraldine Wright Goodwin, dearly loved daughter of the late John E Wright and Harriet Goodwin, loving sister of Beattie, Mabel, Glad, Shirley, Archie, Tom, and the late Nellie, Addie, and Winnie, aged 66 years. - - At rest.
GREIG.-On September 3. at his residence, 134 Pase füeet. Middle Park. Frederick Ho- ward, loving husband of Bessie, father of Bob. Reed, Charlie (prisoner of war), and
GRIFFIN -On August 30. at 10 Moore Street, Hawthorn, Kate Cecilia, dearly loved wile of -the late- Thomas Griffin, and much lovetl "and loving mother of Gladys and flu tide.- --Itcqulesuut In puce, .
HANKINSON.-On .September 3r at private hospital,. Lauta, beloved wife of the Rev. Ernest Hankinson, of St. Mary'!, Church of England, North Melbourne, loving sister 0Í Mrs. W. Archlball and Miss F. Ellis.
HARDY.-On September 3. at th» icsidençe oí hor son-in-law (Mr. C. Lyall), 76 Ophir street, Golden Square, Bendigo, Mary, dearly beloved wlfo ot the late William Hardy, de- voted mother of Ruby (Mrs. P. Haythorn thwaite), William (deceased), Gladys (Mrs. Q. Haythomthwaite). Robert, Jean (Mrs C. Lyall), and Elva (Mrs. A. Wrigley). -Father
and mother reunited.
HARRIS-On September 1, at his resi- dence, 217 Drummond street north, Bal- larat. Walter William, loved husband of Rachel, and loving father of Win, Betty, Dorothy (Mrs Barber), and Walter (of Sydney), former police magistrate of Gipps- land and Ballarat, aged 85 years. (Privately cremated at Fawkner September 2.)
HEADLAND -On August 27. Amy Victoria, late of Benalla, loved sister of Mabel Mullins, and aunt of Bill, Jessie, and Fred. (Interred
at Fawkner August 29 )
HOPPER-On August 31, at private hospi- tal. St Kilda, Mary Arrol, the beloved wife of the late William, devoted mother of. Allen, esteemed mother-in-law of Mary, dear grand- mother of Mary, Allan, Heather, and Ailsa, and loved sister of Peter and David Rodger, aged 79 years. (Privately Interred in Bur- wood Cemetery, September 1.) -A patient sufferer at rest. In God's care. Every life must end and leave sad hearts behind.
HOYLE-On September 2, Thomas, grand- father of Dulcie and Fred Johnson, of Armadale, aged 83 years.
HOYLE-On September 2, Thomas, great- grandfather of Peter and Robert Johnson, ot Armadale, aged 83 years.
HUNTLEY.-On September 2, at her home. No 63 Thomas street, Brighton East, Amy Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Mr. and Mis William T. Huntley. (Privately interred st Brighton Cemetery, S- Aember 3 )
ILBERY -On August 31, passed peacefully away. Elizabeth Ann. of Onion street, East Bl lenton relict of the late Andrew, fond mother <* Alf "mother-in-law of Dorrie dear grandma of Lynette, Verna, Lois (deceased).
KELLY-On August 31, Margaret, widow of late D. Kelly, Kunat, beloved mother of Eliza (Mrs A. Routley), Daniel (deceased, 1st ALF.), Charlie, Jean, Peter (1st AI F.), Robert, George Robina (Mrs. A. Black), and Rachael (Mrs. B. Borwick).
LLOYD.-On September 3, at his home, 38 Murrumbeena road, Murrumbeena, Arthur Charles, dearly beloved husband of Alice, loved fatliar of Lindsay. Hubert, Vera, Gladys, and Muriel, and grandfather of Phyllis, Ian, Len, Gwen, Hartley, -Max, Rosemary, Norma, Peter, and Ross and gieat-grandfather of Joan, Don, and Shirley, aged 78 years. -Faithful and true to the
LYONS.-On September 2, passed peace- fully away at 48 Acland Street. St. Kilda. Sol M , dearly loved brother of Mary (Mrs Wood), Harry (deceased). Addie (Mrs. Stone- ham), Eve Val, Frank (Sydney). (Interred september 3.) -May his dear soul rest in peace (Sydney and Adelaide papers please
MATTHEWS.-On September 1, at Warr- nambool, Albert Oscar Matthews (late Vic- torian Railways), aged 75 years. -At rest (Private Interment Warrnambool.)
MAY.-On September 1. at Royal Mel- bourne Hospital, Hilda, the dearly loved daughter of Robert and the lato Harriet Adelaide rulton. loving sister of Robert (de- ceased), Jessica (Mrs. Staton). John, Wil- liam and Isabel (Mrs. Hill). - Peacefully sleeping.
MCCLEERY.-On August 31, at private hos- pital, Foster, Maud Beatrice, of Welshpool (late St. Kilda), dearly beloved wife of the late Thos Alexander, and loved mother of Rene (Mrs R. Young, Deepdene) and Doris (Mrs. S. Barrie, Welshpool).
MCCLEERY -On August 31, passed peace- fully away, Maud Beatrice, loved narnie of Ian (RAAF, abroad). Pat, Bob (R.A.N.V.R.. abroad), and Nancye Young, and Lois (Mrs, Browne), and Betty Barrie.
McCREDDEN-On August 27, at Yallovrn. Marv Ann McCredden, dearly beloved wlfi. of tin» late Thomas McCredden, loving moth« of Ficrls and Angus, loving grandma of Barr,
Betty. Lois, Fay, and Don. aged 71 jears.
MCLENNAN -On September 2, at her resi- dence, 14 Smith stieet, Thoinbury, Man Ellen, dearly loved wife of James, and loving moihci of Victor, Alan, and Vera (Mis J. ßurnet). (Pmately interred Melbourne Gen eial Cemetery September 3.)
McMAHCN - On August 29, at IO Flower street, Et-sendon, William Collins, loved brother of Mary (Pop. deceased), Tom (de- ceased), Maggie, and Ellie. -R.I.P.
McMURDIE.-On September I,, at her home, Waanyarra, Milly, the beloved wife of Hamilton McMurdle, and devoted mother of Mollie (Mrs. H E Be-lyea), Kath (Mrs. H, Mackenzie), and Jim.
MEIKLE-On September 1 at Glenferrie, Alexander, fifth son of the late George and Mary Campbell, brother of James (deceased). George (deceased), Isa, Malcolm (deceased)), Margaret (deceased), John (deceased). Mary (deceased). Christina (deceased).- Thomas McKinley. Hugh Adams (deceased)', aged 71 years (Bendigo papers please copy.)
MENTIPLAY, - On August 31, Richard, dearly loved son of the late Archibald and Jemima, brother of Sandy (deceased), Bess (deceased), David (W.A.), loving brother of Bell (Mrs Dickenson), loving uncle of Hedley, Allan, Bessie, and Lloyd (Northern
MURPHY-On September 3, at his sister's 1 cadence, 5 O'Farrell street, Yarraville, Geoige Aithur Murphy, of Shepparton, rie-arlv leved second son of the late William and Catherine Murphy, of Shepparton, and loung brother of Mary (Mrs Healey), Jaaies (deceased), and Eileen (Mrs. ' Gregson). -Requlescat in pace.
NICHOLSON,-On August 31, at Adelaide. Cecil Baxter, beloved husband of Marv Nicholson, of Kalorama, Victoria, and brother of Rev R. C. Nicholson, aged 59 years.
NICHOLSON-On August 31, at Adelaide, Gi eil Baxtei, of Kalorama, husband of Marv and uncle of Ian (RA.N.). Margaret (Mrs. Robertson), and Dorothy.
OAKLEY. - On August 31, at Sydney, NSW., Fiancis William, loving husband of Ada, and dear father of Beryl, --Our loved
O'CONNOR -On September 3. at his resi- dence, Blrrallee, Ya no wonga. Frank. Patrick, dcaily beloved .husband of Elizabeth Kathe nno. and loving father of Nancy (Mrs. E. G O'Dwyer), Frances (Sister M. Elizabeth), Kathleen (Mrs J. Lawless), Charles (W.O I ). Mary (Mrs. J. McDonald), Rev. Fdmund, S J., Adrian. John (RAAF.). Gerald (RAA.F.). and Clare, aged 60 years.
OPIE.—On August 30. at Melbourne, Mar- garet, beloved wife of the late James Michael Opie, loving mother of Nellie (Mrs. Tyler), Leslie, and Fairlie (Mrs. Sterck), aged 78 ycars. (Privately interred.)
PATERSON.-On August 23, Mary Camp- bell, widow of T. L Paterbon, and loved mother of Mrs. Harry Allen, Brighton Beach.
PIETZSCH-On September 2, at his resi- dence, 80 Holmes road, Moonee Ponds, Charles Pietzsch, dearly loved husband of riste, and lovln? father of Minnie (Uif. Bent). Laura (Mrs Moore), Emily (M s Mccoll), Marjorie (Mrs. Stevens), and Ham'. -Requlescat in paco.
PIETZSCH.-On September 2, at Moonee Ponds, Charles, father of Minnie, Laura, Emilie, Marjorie, Harry, also-In memory of our mother, who passed awav the same day, 1918. (Inserted by their loving children.)
PRATT-On September 3, Harriet, of 13 ChntsworUi load. East Prahian, relict of the late Ernest Ford Pratt, dearly loved mother of Helena (Mrs. G, Mills, Frankston), Millicent, and Trevor, devoted grandmother of Fdna (Mrs. G. Collins), Greta (Mrs. S. Best), and Kenneth, to hoi- 80th year. -At rest. ,
1 PRATT-On September 3, Harriet.* of 13 Chatsworth -road, East Prahran, dearly loved mother of Trevor, and - mother-in-Oaw of Eileen. -At lest.
PRICE.-On August 27, John C. of 14 Svlverly grove. Caulfield, beloved husband of Isabella, loving father of Eric and Violet. (Cremated Fawkner Crematorium,' "August 28.) -In God's keeping.
REDE-On September 3, at 74 Leopold street, South Yarra, Geraldine, eldest daugh- ter of the late Colonel Robert and Margaret Rede (Privately cremated.)
REID.-On August 29, at Mooroopna, Ewen Walter, dearly loved son of the late John and Margaret Reid, of Cranbourne, and loved brother of Norman, Ciss, Will, Katie, and Neil, aged 46 years.
ROARK.-On September 1, at the home of her daughter (Mrs. W. Douglas), Coleraine. Jane Anne beloved wife of the late John Allen Roark, loving mother of Edith, Allen, Reg, Hilda, and Melba. (Pri- vately interred on September 3 at Brighton Cemetery.)
ROWNEY.- On August 31, at 11 Masters street, Caulfield, Elizabeth, relict of the late Edward Rowney, loved grandma of Phyllis, Verna, Ray (R.A.N.), and loved great grandma of baby Rae, aged 77 years. -Sweet rest.
ROWNEY.- A tiibute to my grandmother, Elizabeth Rowney, who passed away at 11 Master street, Caulfield, on August 31
- Deeply mourned. (Inserted by VX130821, George Rowney.)
SHIPARD (nee Smith).-On-August 12. ni
hrv home. Emily Sarah, dearly loved wife of 1 George B. Shipard, of Box Hill, Brocklesby, ? N.S.W., loved youngest daughter of the late
Robert and -Grace Smith, loved sister-of Mary, William; Charles, and Ada. all de I ceased, late of Carlton. -(Peacefully sleep-
SILVESTER.-On September 3. at private hospital,* Melbourne," "Aletandra Frances Henty, loved widow of Grenville Archer Silvester, late of Casterton, and beloved mother of Mary. Alex, and Henty, aged 49 years. -Deeply missed. --,
SKEHAN.-^On August 31, at Carinya, Corowa, Margaret, loved wife' of the lato William Skehan, and loving- mother of lleno (Mrs. M. J. King). William, Leo, Cyril, Margaret, Erie, and James, aged 70 years.
SKEEHAN.-On September 2, Valda Jean, only child of Betty Jean (nee Little) and John Henry (A.I.F). New Guinea., aged 10
SKEEHAN.-Cn September 2, Valda Jean, darling grandchild of Mrs. Vic Little, and loving niece of Marie, Pauline. Thelma, Allan, and Ronald.
SMITH.-On September 1, at his residence. 433 Burke load. Glen Iris, Jack, loved bro- ther-in-law of Jim and Grace Paddock, uncle of Phyllis and Roy. -In God's care.
SMITH.-On September 1, at his resi- dence, Buikc loud. Glen Iris, Jack, esteemed biolhcr-i'.i-law o£ Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Walker, and uncle of- Lorna. Keith. lau. Gcofi, and E,ellc.
SQUIRES.-On August 24. at Bakers Gully, Bright. Elizabeth Eleanor, beloved daughter of Elenor and the late Alex Walker, and loved ;istcr of Effie (deceased). Jean. Archie (deceased). Be-b. Dave. Doug, and Ian. (In- serted by Mrs. Walker, Bakers; Gully, Bright,
STACK.-On, September 2. at her resi- dence, 17 The Avenue, Coburg, Norah, dearly beloved wife of the late Michael Stack, devoted sister of Mary Moloney. -Requlescat In pace. (Privately interred.)
STANLEY.-On August 31, at private hos- pital. Melbourne, Thomas Morcum, beloved ton of the Into T. M. and Mary Stanley, of Garibaldi (Durham Lead), aged 72 years. -At rest. (Privately cremated Springvale Crématorium, September 1.)
TAYLOR. - On September 1, Elizabeth Taylor, 44 Alexander avenue, Cantorbury, Teilet ol the late Capt. Charles Taylor (late of Williamstown), dearly lo-sed mother of Stephanie and the late Albert (rlymg Corps), aged 83 -years. -Resting, privately In- terred Williamstown Cemetery September 2 )
THEWLIS.- On September 2, at Ararat Hospital, Max, dearly loved youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thewlis, and loving brother of Bryce (R.A.N.V.R ) and Geoff (R.A.N.V.R.), aged 16 years. (National Bank Buildings, Ararat.)
THORNLEY. -On September 2, at private hospital. Melbourne. Edmund Ashworth, hus- band of Christine A. 'Thornley, of Gnotuk. Camperdown. (Privately cremated on Sep-
THURGOOD -On August 30, at 20 May- field street, Coburg, Winifred Annie, dearly loved mother of Gwen, loving mother-in-
law of Ron, and darling Gargie of June.
THURGOOD.-On August 30, at 20 May- field street, Coburg, Winifred Annie, dearly loved mother of Rene, and loving mother-in- law of Clarrie.
THURGOOD.-On August 30, at 20 May- field street, Coburg, Winifred Annie, dearly loved mother of Lottie, loving mother-in-law oí Verd. and darling Gargie of Graeme and
TOBIN.-On August 29. at a private hos- pita. C.i mbci well, Minnie, widow . of the late Sjd. W. Tobin. -Requlescat in pace. (Interred privately.)
TOBIN.-On August 29, at private hospital. Cambera eil, Minnie, dearly beloved aunt of Ellie (Mis. Laracy), Madge Hartstonge. John J., and James A. Whelan - Requles- cat in pace. (Privately Interred.)
TOTTEY -A tribute of esteem and affec- tion irom the directors and staff of Bryant and May Ptv. Ltd. to our true friend and foreman, William Ernest Tottey, who died at Melbourne, September 2. -A faithful servant of tho company for 34 years.
TUCKER -On September 3, at private hospital. Melbourne, Annie Charlotte, dearly beloved wile of William Campbell Tucker, of 295 Ascotv.ile road. Moonee Ponds, loving and loved mother of Esther (Mrs. Harold Murphy), Dons (Mrs. D. E Williams, of Sidney), and John Cockbill. Tucker.
TUCKER.-On September 3, at private hoipital, Melbourne. Annie Charlotte Tucker, beloved sister of William. Sadie, and John Cockbtl), and Esther (Mrs. E. ,L. Morton). -A life made beautiful by wonderful deeds.
. TUCKER -On September 3. >at private hospital, Melbourne, Annie Charlotte Tucker, dearly belo\ed mother of Doris, mother-in. law of D.vid EL-Williams, -of Sydney, and beloved Nona of Joy and Elaine, Bellevue Hill, Sydney. -A wonderful mother at
TUCKER-On September 3, at private hospital. Melbourne. Annie Charlotte Tucker, dearly beloved mother of Essie, and mother in-law ol Harold Murphy, dearly beloved Nanie of Harold, jim., and Ian -Our
TUCKER -On September \ 3, at private hospital, Melbourne, Annie Charlotte Tucker, loved aunt cf Gwen (Mrs Robert Smith) and Lesley (Mis. Russell Clark).
VIVIAN.-On August 27, ut 68 Kinkora road, Hawthorn, Evelyn May, dearly loved sister and pal of Gert (Mrs. C. Ramsay), and beloved aunt of Dorothy. -Sadly missed. A noble life of devotion.
VORWERG.-A tribute to my beloved bro- ther-in-law. who passed away on September 2. -A i terling personality, ho lived respec- ted and passed on regretted by all. (W. H.
WATSON.-On August 27, ftt Kyabram, Margaret, dearly beloved wife of Arthur, loving mother ol Lorna, Janet, and daugh- ter of late Mr. Gray and Mrs. A. Gray (Ton- gala), aged 38 years,
WILLIAMS.-On September 3, at her home, Montiose, l8 Hemming street, Dandenong, Dorothy, dearly beloved wife of Albert Ernest Williams, loving mother of Olive (Mrs. Martin), May (Mrs. Allen), Em, Roy. and Dot, aged 73 yeais -A patient sufferer
I WOOD -On August 30, at 369 North road.
Caulfield, Challes, loved eldest son of Moms and late Edith Wood, beloved brother of Millie. Edith. Alice (deceased). Ivy (de- ceased), S>l\ia, and Frank (deceased), aged . 24 years._
Roll of Honour-On Active Service
?HOWELL.-In loving memory of Fit.-Lieut Alan, killed Middle East, September, 1942, beloved nephew of Hilda and Lil. and brother of Ti avis (Camperdown). -Sadly missed.
LYNE.-In fond memory of VX27032. Pte. Claude, died ot wounds, Middle East, Sep- tember 3. 1942, loving cousin of Walker family, essendon.
NICHOLLS.-In proud and loving memory of Flt.-Sgt. T. G. Nicholls. R.A.A.F.. killed in action on flight to Russia September 5. 1942, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nicholls, Mordialloc, brother of Norman (A.Ï.F.). and Joan and Patricia (deceased). (Interred at Boden. Sweden, with his com-
NICHOLLS -In proud and loving memory of our biother and brother-in-law. Fllght Sergeant Thomas Graham Nicholls, killed in action over Northern Europe on September 5, 1942. (Joan and Edward Reynolds.)
WOODS.-A tribute to the memory of Sgt. Alex H. Woods (40I332Ï. wireless air-gunner, R.A.A.F., who. with lils three comrades, was killed by enemy action in New Guinea Sep- tember 3, 1942. late of Kyabram and Cres- wick. (Burled in Bomana War Cemetery.
ALLSOP -In memory of my dear husband, Thomas Cumming, who passed away Septem- ber 5. 1938. (Inserted by his wife.)
ALLSOP.-In loving memory of Thomas Cummlnif, who died September 5, 1938. (in- serted by his mother, sisters, and brothers.)
ANDREWS.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Margaret Mary, who passed away at St. Kilda, September 4, 1942. -So dearly loved, so sadly missed. (Inserted bv her loving husband.)
ASHMAN.-In loving memory of my dear wife, who p.iss-ed away on September 5,
Cheihhed memories of one so dear Will ease my heart from year to year. -(Inserted by her loving husband.)
ASHMAN.-In loving memory of Amy, who passed away ou September 6. dearly loved sister .oi Giace (Mrs F. Ashman, de- ceased). Anne (Mrs. Wrathall). George, and John Sutton, und loving aunt of Barbara and David Sutton; ,
BIDDLE.-In loving memory of Marjorie-, deaily loved daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. L. H. Biddle, who passed awav on September 4. 193fi. -Always in my heart and thoughts. (Mother.)
. BRYDON. -In loving memory of our darling Box, who passed away on September 3, 1942, at Kardella, also my dear wife and our loving mother, who passed away on August 8. 1938 (Inserted by their loving family.) ¿
BURNETI'.-lu loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, who passed away at I'M timid. September 4. 1942. (Inserted by hoi loWiig husband and daughters, Clare and
- BURNETT.-In loving memoiy of our dear mother and gnuidma, who passed away at Portland, September 4, 1942. (Inserted by Phyllis and George and grandchildren. Lyn-
ette and Janice.)
BUKh'ETT.-In loving memory of our dear sistei, who pas-sed away September 9. 1942. -Till we mcej. again.
BUTSON.-In cherished memories of my
dear v ife and loving mother. Elizabeth, who i passed i'wav September 3. , 1842. -Always In our berts-. (Inserted by her loving hus-. band ann daughter. Dorothy, -and, son-in law, Jim,) " ' -
BUTSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who possed away at Armadale on September 3, 1942. -As wo loved her, so wo miss her. (Inserted -, by her loving son," Arthur; daughter-in-law, Elsie; and grandson. Kenneth.)
CHAMPION.- In loving memory of Greta, who passed away September 5, 1941. Al- ways remembered. (Inserted by her loving daughter Ann, and Syd.)
CHAMPION.- In loving memory of Greta, beloved elder, daughter of Mrs. Morcombe, who passed away September 5, 1941.
CORNISH.-In loving memory of dear dad, who passed awsiv September 4, 1939. -Ever remembered. (.Inserted by Flo and Male,
COYTE.-In loving memory" of nvy dear husband. Fred, und our loved father, who passed away ni Yarraville September 4. 1939. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by his loving
wife and family.)
DANN.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band and our father, who passed away Sep- tember 3, 1941. -Time passes, memories linger. (Inserted by his loving wile and
DIKE.-Cherished memory of my loved husband, Norries, who passed away Septem- ber 8, 1942. (Inserted by his sorrowing
DONNELLY.-In fondest memory of our dear friend, Mabel, who passed away Sep- tember 4, 1939. -Ever remembered. (In- serted by Ailie and Alan Greening.)
DOUGLAS.-Memories of Mrs. Douglas., who passed away September 3. 1942. (In- serted by Mrs. Scott and Muriel.)
DOYLE.-In loving memory of our dear ron and brother, John Edward (Gundy), who'passed avvav at his home, Kensington Gardens, Adelaide. September 5. 1923. -An Anzac. Wo will lemember always. (Mother and Eily.)
ELLIS.-In" sacred memory of a loving mother. Jessie Penile o«-t. who passed to a higher llfo September 5, 1940. (Inserted by Murray.)
ELLIS. - In sad and loving memory of my dearest mother, who passed away at Es retidon on September 5. 1940. -Her life one beautiful memory, -her absence one great sonow. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Jessie.) __
GOODWIN-In affectionate memory of Ida Geraldine, much-loved friend and workmate of Ivy Field and staff. -A thought today. A memory for ever. ^
GRAHAM.-In loviiig memory of Gertie, loved mother of Alan. -Sadlv missed. (In- serted by her mother and family.)
GREENWAY.-In loving memory of our be- loved little son. Peter, died September 4, 1935.
GREENWAY.-Ever loving memories of Peter, died September 4. 1935, (By all at 5 Water street. Hartwell.)
HORSEY.-In loving memory of my dear wife and loving mother, Maud Marion, who passed awny September 5, 1942. -Sadly missed. In silence we remember. (Inserted by her loving "-husband and son. Donald.)
HORSEY (neo Ransom).-Loved memories oí our dear Maud, Septembei 5, 1942. -In Jesu's keeping. Maranatha, (Inserted by mother und Rhoda.)
HOSKIN.-In sweet and loving memory oí my darling wife, and our loving mother, who passed away at Jamieson on September 4, 1942. -Not a day do we forget you (In- serted by her loving husband and family.)
HOWELL.-In ever loving memory of Mabel and Chris, beloved sister and brother of Hilda (Mrs. C. Mann) and Lillian Reid; also our nephew. Alan (R.A.A.F.). -Never for- gotten.
HUNT.-In memory of Thomas, loved hus- band Of Mary, and father of Sylvia and Alice (Mrs. Duffield, deceased), and Richard (de- ceased), who passed away on September 8. 1912. -R.I.P.- (Inserted by his wife and daughter,) -
JAMES.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band, H. J. James, called to the higher life September 4, 1940. -Peace, perfect peace. Loved, remembered, longed for always. (In- serted by his loving wife.)
KELLAS.- In loving memory of Elsie Emily, my dearly beloved wife and our mother, who passed away suddenly at Elders lea, Trafalgar, September 3, 1942. -Deep in our hearts a memory is kept (Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
KELLAS.- In memory of our dear mother and nana of Ian and Peter, who passed away suddenly, at Elderslea, Trafalgar, Sep- tember 3, 1942. -Always in our thoughts. (Inserted by hor loving son, Gordon, and daughter-in-law, Amy.)
KELLAS.-In loving memory of dear sister, Elsie, who passed away suddenly at Trafal- gar, September 3, 1942. - In memory a con- stant thought; in heart a silent sorrow. (In- serted by her fond sister and brother-ln-law, Sophie and Bert Kellas.)
KERR.-In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on September 4, 1942. (In- serted by hor loving husband, W. J. Kerr.)
KERR.-In loving memory oí our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on September 4, 1942. -Resting where no shadows fall. (Inserted by Colin, Lily, and Joan.)
LANDELLS.-In loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life September 4, 1939. (Inserted by Beryl. Kath. Bob. and Alethla.)
LEQGO.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who died at Daylesford, September 4. 1925; also my dear father, who died September 29, 1911. -Treasured memories. (Inserted by their loving daughter. N. Rea.)
LORD.-In loving memory of Eva, dearly loved wife of Colin, and darling mother of Patricia, who passed away on September 4, 1942. -Dearly loved and sadly missed.
LORDING.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our loved mother, who passed away oil September 5. 1941. -Our wonder- ful mother. (Inserted by her loving family.)
McERVALE.-In even-loving memory of our dear biother and uncle. John Robert, who died September 4, 1941. (Inserted by L. and B. Anderson and family.)
McLENNAN.-In lend memory of our dear mother, who passed away September 5, 1941.
MITCHELL.-In loving memory of my hus- band. James George Mitchell, who passed away on September 5 1942. (Isobel H. Mitchell.)
MORTIMER.-In loving memory of our lc-ved ones-mother. September -5. 1933; father, July 25, l')43; brother. Jim, January l8. 1930; sister. Claia, June 8. 1928. -Ever
remembered. (Lil. Ted. Joy, George., and j
PHIDDIAN.-In loving memory of our dear |
little Joye, who departed this life September 5, 1935. daughter of J. and the late F.. Phid dlan, sister of Alister, Clyde, Jean, Heather, Beryl, and Jun. -Loved by all. (Inserted by Beryl and Keith.)
PLAIN.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Archibald Plain, who passed away September 5, 1938, at Heidelberg. -Always remembered.
RALPH.^-ln loving memory of mother, who passed awav September 4. 1942. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by her sen and daughter
RIPPER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed awav September 4. 1938.
| (Inserted by her loving cons and daughter.)
SCOTT.-In loving memory of father, who passed away September C. 1941. -Ever remembered. (Jean and George. Glen iris.)
SEWELLr-lu sad and loving memory of/ my dear wife and our beloved mother, who gassed away on September 5, 1942. (Inserted
y her loving husband and family.)
SHOEBRIDGE.-In memory of our dear mother, who died September 4. 1942. (In- serted by her loving ton and daughter and husband. Charles.)
TAIT.-In fond and loving memory of our darling daughter and sister. Olga Alwyn, who passed away on September 4. 1937. -Dearly loved and sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving mother, father, and sister. Beni.)
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of our dearly beloved Lennie, and dear mother of _ Alan (R.A.A.F.). who passed away September 5. 1938. -Always remembered. (Inserted by Trix and Harry.)
THOMSON.-In fond and loving memory of our dear mother and grannie, who passed away at Kinglikc on September 4, 1941. -Fond memoiies. (Inserted by her loving son. daughters, and grandsons, Kinglake.)
WARD.-In loving memory of our dear, mother and Ri'andma. who was called home September 3. 1930. -Treasured memories. (Inserted by Westhoek. Centre road. Bent- leigh.)
WATTON. - In loving memory of mv mother, Floience Lydia Watton, who died September 4, 1035; and my father, James Tilt "Watton, who died October 22. 1930.
WILSON.-A tribute of love to tho memory or our dear friend, Till. (Mr. K. Smith.)
WILSON.-In loving lcmembrance of Till. (Nan.)
ARMSTRONG.-The Family of Mrs. .JESSIE ARMSTRONG wish to express
'1TIANKS to all kind relatives and friends for their personal expressions of sincere sympathy in their lecent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgement of 'sincere gratitude. 2 South st., Footscray.____
BARBER.-Mrs. BARBER and Family de- sire to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent tad bereavement; special thanks to Father O'Brien. Nurse Clark, and Dr. Fleming Dunstan. Will all please occept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of our gratitude. ,
BARBER -Mrs. SPENCE and Mrs FOLEY, daughters of the late Mr. ROBERT BARBER, and Family wish to THANK their many kind relations and friends for floral tributes, letters, cards, telegrams, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in the sad loss of
their dear father and grandpa. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of our sincere gratitude. 40 Dover st.. Flemington.
BERRY.-The Relatives of the late Mrs. A. A. BERRY, late of Emerald and Pickett street, Footscray, desire to THANK all their kind friends for their telegrams, letters, floral tributes, and personal expressions oí sympathy in their loss, especially thanking Rev. Stuart Rea and Mr. J. T. Carnell. Will all please accept our sincere apprecia- tion.
' COGHRANE.-The Daughters oí the late Mrs. MARGARET COCHRANE wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their
kind letters, cards, telegrams-, flowers, and j perrcniil expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; special thanks to Mrs. Olsen. Mrs. Henderson, and- Sister O'Farrell. will nil plcaso accept this as o personal acknowledgment of our sincere grati-
DEE.-The Family of the late MARGARET j MARIA DEE: desire to THANK all rela- I tlves and friends for personal expressions of sympathy,, letters, cards, and telegrams in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this a» a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. 29 Barkly st.,- Carlton;_'.
FERRIS,-The Family of the late Mrs. I. M. FERRIS, North Fitzroy, desire to ex- press their sincere THANKS for cards, let- ters, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere thanks.
" GAYLARD.-Mrs. GAYLARD and Family wish the Rev. Hankinson, relatives, and friends to accept this notice as our personal acknowledgment of their deeply appreciated kind expressions of sympathy In our recent sad bereavement._________________
HANSON.-Mrs. HANSON and Mrs. BUSCH desire to express their sincero THANKS for the many telegrams,- letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy which weie received on the oecasion cf their recent sad bereavement. We would ask all relatives and friends, also all mem- bers of the Masonic Lodge, please to accept this notification as a sincere expression of our appreciation addressed personally to each and every one. t!0 Gipps street. East Mei bourne._
KERR.-The Biothers and Sisters of the late CHRISTINA KERR desire to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for telegrams, lottere, cards, and floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please ac- cept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. ______
MACPHKRSON.~Mrs. EDITH FLUENT and Family desire to THANK their relatives and many friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere gratitude. 574 Heidelberg road, Fairfield.
MACPHERSON.-Mr. J. R. MACPHERSON wishes to THANK his relatives and friends for lctleis, telegrams, cards, und floral tribu tes, and peit-onal expressions of sym- pathy in his lecent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of deep gratitude. Special thanks to Dr. Paull and Sister Monis. 574 Heidelberg rd.. Alphington, N.20. _
MARSH.-The Family of the late Mrs. JANE MARSH desire lev THANK all kind i datives and friends lor letters, cards, telegrams, and lifts of kindness in their íecent sad beieavemeut. Would all please except this ns a token of deep gratitude.
MR. D. A. GAIRNS, of Perita, wishes to THANK all kind friends and relatives for personal expressions of sympathy, telegrams, letters, and cards in his Tccent sad be- reavement. Will «ill pleaso accept this as a personal acknowledgment oí my sincere thanks._
MRS. A. B. COOPER and Family Wish to express their sincere THANKS to all re- latives and kind friends for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards, and personal vlslt oi sympathy in their recent sad and sud- den beicavement; especially thanking Dr. Hagenauer, Mr. Shaw. Mr. E. Christie, and Mr. and Mrs. I<\ Graut. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 32 Thomson st.. Sale.
MRS. LAYCOCK and Family desire to THANK relatives and friends ior letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes, Tread ways and stuff, also kind expressions of sympathy, in our pad bereavement. Will all please accept this as personal acknowledg ment of sincere gratitude._
MRS. C. BYRNE and Family, 16 Mackay avenue, Glenhuntly, and W. Byrne and Family, 3C Mayston street, Hawthorn East, wish to THANK all friends for their sym- pathy and kindness during their recent bereavement._
MRS. NELSON R. STOKES desires to THANK vee' sincerely relatives and friends for letters, me.'isages. and floral tributes in her recent aad bere-avement.' _
MRS. HODGE, NORMA, and MAVIS wisli to THANK all senders of the various expres- sions of sympathy In their recent sad less.
O'CALLAGHAN.-The Family of the late Mr. DAVID MICHAEL O'CALLAGHAN wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for their personal expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, and telegrams in their recent bereavement, especially thanking slsteis and nurses at Mt. St. Evin's and Dr. R. Southby for their untiring attention. Will all please accept this as a personal expres- sion of appreciation. Hotel Spencer. West Melbourne; Tara, Wellington street. Fleming- ton^_
ORSON.-Mr. W. ORSON, HARRY, and HAZEL desire to THANK all friends for floral wieaths, letters, and cards, and per- sonal expressions ni their recent sad be- reavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. 50 Thomas street, Hampton._
PEART.-Mr. JAMES PEART desires to sincerely THANK his many kind friends and relatives for floral tributes, cards, letters, telegrams, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in lils sad and suelden bereavement, especially No. 1 Forge, Ordnance Factory, Maribyrnong; also Rev. P, L. Forster for his ministrations. 261 Maribyrnong road, Ascot vale. _^_^
RIPPINGALE,-Mrs. R.IPPINGALE desires to express her sincere THANKS to all re- latives,, friends, and neighbours for personal expressions of sympathy, cards, letters, and telegrams in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of my sincere gratitude. 37 Inglesby road. Camberwell._
SANSOM.-Mrs. H. SANSOM and Family sincerely THANK relatives and friends for enids, telegrams, letters, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a pcrsonol expression of appreciation and gratitude. Princes street, Gisborne._
SIMPSON.-Miss MARIANNE SIMPSON sincerely THANKS friends for cards, tele- grams, letters, and floral tributes in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please ac- cept this as a personal expression of deop est gratitude, l8 Princes street, St. Kilda.
SlURROCK.-Mr. A. R. STURROCK and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in their recent sad bereavement, will au please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of sincere gratitude. 53 Hunting doni grove, East coburg. _~
SYMONS.-Sisters and Brothers desire to THANK all relatives und friends Ior letters, cards, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere ap
THE Brothers and Sisters of the late Mrs E. A. SWINNERTON desire to THANK all rolativos and friends for cards, telegrams, and letters, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, will all please ac- cept this -as a pertotml acknowledgment Of our sincere gratitude. Kia Ora, Wishart St..
Port Fairy. ?
WBSTCXJTT.-Mrs. G. W. WESTCOTT and iSi-ÜX-,^^0 ,to cxi>ress their sincere THANKS to all relations and friends for personul expressions oí sympathy, floral tributes, tclogiams. letters, and cards in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please ac- cept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deep gratitude and expression. 36 Rennie street. Coburg. _ WESTMORELAND. - Mrs. PARKER WESTMORELAND and Family desire to THANK all kind friends and relations for the many cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy received in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal, expression of our sincere gratitude. 221 Wood street, Preston.
FUNERAL NOTICES -
BLONDELL.-Keystone Mark Lodge, No 1
-Officers and Brethren are informed that the Funeral of tho late Wor. Bro. PERCY GEORGE BLONDELL will leave his home. 17 Peace street, Glen Iris, THIS DAY at
10:30am., for Springvale Crematorium.
BOYD.-The Funeral of the -late Mrs. ELLEN BOYD will leave her .residence, 22 Wilmot street,. East Malvern, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 11 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. R. McKEN-ilE, ? Carnegie.
BROWN-The Friends of tho"late-v? GEORGE BROWN arc respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Portarlington -Cemetery.' The Funeral .will lc-avo his home, Scotchman's road, Bellarinn -TOMORROW (Sunday, September 5) t "aii p.m. ALEX. MONRO, 1'uneral Directo,
Geelong. Phone 1380. "in-iioi,
CANN. - Tho Fimeral of the late MÏÏ«, LOUISA CANN will leave the Lewis Parlotn 1D4 Johnston stiecl. Fitzroy, UHIS day si 2.15 p.m.. for the Preston General a meter H. J. R. LEWIS. Telephone JAlOCtl "
DONALDSON.-The Funeral of uiTTuTe Mr. JOHN DONALDSON will leave Toblil's eliupel. Flemington read, THIS DAY ni 11.30. for the Fawkner Cemetery. a' V TOBIN PTY. LTD. F1204.
DUNLOP.-The Funeral of the late THOMAS F. DUNLOP will leave 8 Acacia street, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Saturday) at 10.30 a.m., for the Burwood Cemetery. LE PINE and SON. JA1104.
FLANDERS. -The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARGARET CATHERINE FLANDERS will leave W. G. Apps & Sons' Chapel, 395 High street, St. Kilda, for the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner, THIS DAY (Saturday,
September 4), at 10.30 a.m. APPS & SONS PTY. LTD., St. Kilda. LA1271 (2 lines).
GOODWIN.-The Funeral of the late Miss IDA G. WRIGHT GOODWIN will leave 60 Hotham street.. Preston. THIS DAY (Satur- day), after service at 3,30 p.m., for the Pres- ton General Cemetery. 'H. J. R. LEWIS Tel
JA10C0. _, _ " .'
GREIG.-The Funeral of . the late Mi
FREDERICK H. GREIG, of 134 Page street,' Middle Park, will leave W. G. Apps & Sons' Chapel, 395 High street. St. Kilda, at 10 30 a.m.. on - MONDAY, September 6, for the Brighton Cemetery- . APPS & SONS St Kilda. LA1271 (2 lines),_
HANKINSON.-The Funeral ol the late Mrs. LAURA HANKINSON will leave St
Marv's Church of England, Queensbern. street. North Melbourne. THIS DAY (Satur- day), after a service, commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium, JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Mel bourne. FI751._
HARDY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY HARDY, widow of the late William Hardy, will leave tho residence of her son in-law (Mr. C. Lyall), 70 Ophir street, Golden Square. Bendigo, THIS DAY. at 3.15 p.m.. for the Bendigo Cemetery. MUL QUEEN & KOKS PTY. LTD., Bendigo «ntl
LLOYD.-The Fuueral of the late Mr ARTHUR CHARLES LLOYD will leave his home, 38 Murrumbeena road, Murrumbeena, on MONDAY, at 11 a.m., for the Necropolis Springvale, arriving about 11.20 a.m. w. J. GARNAR St SON. Phone Dandonong 308.
PlKTZSCn.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. CHARLES P1ETZSCH will bo celebrated at St. Monica's Church. Mt. Alexander road, Essendon, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 7 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at 9.30 a.m. for the Fawkner Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN
PTY. LTD. F1294._
SILVESTER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs ALEXANDRA F. H. SILVESTER, will leave the Church of England, Merino. THIS DAY at 3.30 p.m.. for the Merino Cemetery. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. (MX4G20), in conjunction with W. J. PEDEN. Casterton.
TOTTEY.-A.. F., and A. Masons.-Rich- mond Lodge, No. 89.-Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and the Order in general are informed that the Funeral of their
respected Brother WILLIAM E. TOTTEY ' will move from the Herbert King Memorial Chapel, 174 Lenin." ,-trect, Richmond, THIS DAY, at 10 a.ir , for Fawkner Cemetery. S. A. BROWNBILL, Sec._
TUCKER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE CHARLOTTE TUCKER will lea\o Sleight's Chapel, St. Kilda road. Melbourne. THIS DAY, at 11.15 a.m., for the Melbourne Cemetery. Carlton. Seivlce by Rev. s. H. Burridge at li o'clock. A. A. SLEIGHr
Fry. LTD. MX4626 (3 Unes)._
VOUWEIiG.-The Funeral of tho late BENJAMIN F. VOR WERG will leave 603 Burke road. Camberwell, THIS DAY (Satur- day), at 9 a.m., for the Springvale Cre- matorium. LE PINK and SON. JAU04.
VOKWEBO-Lord Carrington Lodge, No. Ill, A., F., and A. Masons.-The Funeral of the late Bro. B. F. VORWERG will leave 603 Burke road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 9 a.m., for the Sprlngwle Crematorium. E. MAHONEY", Master; M. G. PHILLIPS," secretary._
WILLIAMS.-The Funeral oí the late Mis. DOROTHY WILLIAMS will leave her home, Montrose, l8 Hemming street, Dandenong, THIS DAY, at 3.30. o'clock, for the Dan- denong Cemetery. 'W. J. GARNAR & SON. Phono Dandenong 308.
LOST AND FOUND
ALSATIAN, black and cream, white diamond
back of neck, Lost« Thursday, at Carnegie. Reward. Ring DL4785._ ANIMAL Welfare League receives your un-
wanted Cats and Dobs. Don't Turn Adrift. F4C43_
ANIMAL HOSPITAL, near Macaulay R.S.
Mon, to Sat.. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. F1689. . DOGS sold any week days, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. _'Hie Dogs' Home. F10B0._ FOUND, Black and White Border Collie DOS.
KITBAG, left Carrum train Wednesday, 1st,
containing timo cards, &c. Reward. Robert Lilley, 232 King st., Melbourne.
KITBAG, containing bag and book, left,
train, Wed. Good reward. WA2379. 487 Bui wood, rd.. Hawthorn._ LETTERS addressed J. C. Henderson, caic
Bennett, Newcastle, &c. son U.A.A.F, sentimental value. 'Return urgent. Heiidei son, Carnegie's, Elisabeth streqt,_ LOST, from An. Wei. League Hos N.
Melb., blk., wh. Kelpie, Injury on lieotl. very timid. Anyone .seeing same kindly miK L-irty Lyle. UÍ209. £2 reward if recovered. LOST, One Blown Case-, with nig -«ttaohed,
accidentally removed iront Bouikc st. bin, 31/8/43, Reward. Sister Barter, ll.AA.l-., Exhibition Buildings. P9361._ LOST, Thursday, lunch time, by workman.
Roll of Notes, Queen or Collins street--. Reward. Coy & England, solicitors, 352 Col-
lins street. Melbourne._ _ LOST, Fountain Pen, lady's, in Oakley!)
train at Caulfield station (2.45 p.m.). Wednesday. Finder please ring Win. 4876, u call 123 Walshjst" Sth. Yarra. Reward. _
LOST, Tue*, cvenihg. bet. Cupitol Theati e
and Lit. Collins st., brown Fur NeekHt. Good rewaid. Ring UM1240. _r_ LOST, Navy Blue Bag, Pt. Nepean rd., be-
tween Chelsea and Moorabbin. Ring Chel sea 98. Reward.___ LOST, between Carlton Cricket-ground anti
city White Sealyham Bitch, answers te Paddy. Ring' Burton. F4301. Reward. _
LOST, Lady's Gold Wrist!« Watch, Thurs-
day, between Elizabeth .st. and Kew depot. Reward. Phone Frankston 49._." LOST, Yellow and White Ayrshire Hciiei.
cock horns, springing. Reward. Alt, Smith. Sydenham. Phone 8._.
LOST, Thursday night, between Flinders
lane and Collins street, Imitation Sapphire Clip on earring. Finder ring M2244-UM2B4.'i LOST, between West Brunswick and Moonta
Ponds, Lady's Wristlet Watch, inscribed Edna from Dad, keepsake. Reward. FU56Q^. LOST, green Chrome Hub. Cap. V8 Ford, m
New street, opposite Elstern wick Paik. Ring Bracey. Win. 8855.______ LOST, Rose and Leaf Marcasita Brooch.
bet, city and Dandenong rd., Caulfield, de- ceased's husband's last gilt. Ring LF174J. LOST, Tuesday, bet. Matlock st. and East
Camberwell stn.. Small Diamond Rim,', keepsake. Tel. WF3382. Reward._ LOST, Friday, between Spring St. and
Athenieum Theatre,' Gold Wristlet Watch, on strap, keepsake. Ring Haw. 0348. Reward. LOST, White Cockatoo, from 39 Dickens bt"
St. Kilda. Reward £1 for return or hi fonnation. Bentley. LF7384._ LOST, Orrong rd.,. Toorak, baby Christening '
Robe Please nug Michel, F5C69. Reward. LOST, a Black Handbag, Victoria Mariai.
Reward. Phono M2039 or WF7873. _ LOST, between -Myer's and Flinders st., Stn.
Silver U.S. Badge. F-lnder ring JL1453._ LOST, Thursday, Wallet, containing £7.
lte-ranl. Ring Williams. M3333. ?
LOST, city, Thursday evening, Fur Cravat,
finished tails". Reward. Ring FU1683. _ LOST, Gold Wedding Ring, inscription, Jim _to Ella. Reward. FU5686._ LOST, Glengarry Cap, Earl's Court, Thurs
dav night. Reward. Haw. 1757.
NEW unused Cheque Book of Australasia
Bank, on 2nd, In Myer's or city. 'Rlntî Windsor 5257._ STRAYED, from 3 Fairholm grove. Cam
berwe-H, Black and White Pointer. Re- ward foi- information. Detainer prosecuted. WF3S02._? ___ TO Poundkecpers ' and Others.-Lost, fro'»
Shoreham, dapple grey Mare, branded o near shoulder. Finder apply to J. Byrne, or ring Shoreham Post-office. Reward. WILL anyone who took Leather Case by mistake from Hicks, Atkinson's shoe dept, please return. Contents most valuable to owner. Reward. £25 REWARD. - Lost, Single-stone Diamond
Ring, between Tintern av., Toorak, and Hotel Australia, Collins st., or in hotel. Re- turn WM. DRUMMOND, jewelers. 344 Col- lins st. £5 Reward. - Ring, set with pearl. Lost, in
Glen Iris. Mrs. Agg, 1 Albion rd. Phone WM3313. £5 REWARD. -Lost, Blue Roan Cocker
Spaniel Bitch. Ring MU6853.