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BIRTHS

ANDERSON. —On August 5, at Bethesda, to Edna, wife of Victor Anderson —a daugh- ter (Elisabeth Victoria Morcom).

ARMSTRONG (Olle). —On August 20, at Kulki, Moreland, to Sadie and Bill —a   daughter (Carol Joan).  

ARNOLD (Sylvia Fortyth).-On August 19, to Sylvia and Roy (A.I.F.) —a daughter (Shelley Ann).

BEATTIE. —On August 17, at St. Andrew's Hospital, East Melbourne, to Dr. and Mrs.

Ivo Beattie —a son.

BURDETT (nee Hurley). —On August 20, at Iona, Mordialloc, to Jean and Don —a daughter (Helen Jean).

BURTON (Cordwell). —On August 16, at Bethesda, to Mrs. and Sgt. W. Burton (A.I.F., returned) —a son (Richard John). (Both well.)

COHEN (nee Pithle). —On August ??, at Padua House. Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. S. Cohen —a daughter (Judith Ann). (Both well.)  

COOK. —On August 20, at Fairbank, Box Hill, to Bob and Laurie —a son (Anthony

John).

DANBY. —On August 24, at St. Aubins, Frances, South Australia, the wife of Ken- neth Wootton Danby —a daughter.

DOWNING (nee Manley). —On August 26, at Mosgiel, to Capt. and Mrs. Arthur Down- ing —a daughter. (Both well.)

ECKERSLEY. —On August 24, at Wollon- gong, to Sub-Lieutenant and Mrs. T. W. Eckersley —a son.

ELLIS. —On August 19, at St Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to Thelma, wife of AC1 Clive Ellis —a daughter (Julie).

FAKHRY (Cairns). — On August 21, at St. Vincent's M.H., to Grace and Eddie — a sister for Richard (Jeanette Marie).

GAUNSON (nee Blom). — On August 24, at Windermere Hospital, High street, Arma dale, to Margaret and Cecil —a son.

GOODEAR (nee Franz). —On August 22, to L.-Cpl. and Mrs. A. R. Goodear —a son. (Both well.)

GRANT (nee Danne). —On August 25, at St. Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Nancy, wife of the late Lieutenant John Allen Grant —a daughter.

GRANT (nee Stow). —On August 25, to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. A. Grant, Drummond North — a daughter (Joan Doreen). (Both well.)

GRAY (nee Bonnie Mitchell). —On August 25, at St. Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Lieut. R. B. and Mrs. Gray —a son (Geoffrey Brett).

HANDBURY. —On August 23, at the Mercy Hospital, to Verna and Peter —a son. (Both well.)

HAWKINS (Sands). —On August 19, at Marlstowe, Fairfield, to Hilda, wife of L.A.C. Hawkins —a daughter (Fay).

HAZLEDINE (nee Trembath). —On August 26, at Traralgon, to Doris, wife of Sgt. Hazledine, R.A.A.F. (returned) —a daughter.

HOLT (Dow). —On August 19, at St. George's, Kew. to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Holt —a son (Ronald Ernest).

KING (Simpson). —On August 25, at Ses kinore, to L.A.C. and Mrs. H. J. King —a daughter.

McINNES (nee Halles). —On August 21, at Frankston Community Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. V. J. McInnes —a daughter (Carole Anne).

McKERRELL. —On August 23, at Bairns dale, to Marjorie and Stewart —a son (David Stewart).

McMATH (nee Dodds). —On August 7, at Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. McMath —a son (John Douglas).

MONCK (nee Chinnery). —On August 21, at Epworth Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Monck —a son (Gary Raymond).

MONTGOMERY (nee Dean). —On August 26 at Airlie Hospital, Ivanhoe, to Hazel and

Jan —a son (Phillp Niel). (Both well.)

MORGAN (nee Verna Groves). —On August 25, at Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray K. Morgan —a daughter (Cheryl Kay).

MURPHY (Tippett). —On August 21, at Mercy Hospital, to Maxine and John (R.A.N.) —a daughter (Sandra Janice).  

O'DONOGHUE (nee Reilly). —On August 19. at St. Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to John and Joan O'Donoghue- —a daughter.

O'LOGHLEN (Nason). —On August 24, at   Abbotsleigh, Horsham, to Phyllis and Ross (R.A.A F.) —a daughter (Susan Ann).

PAYNE (nee Ilma Broom). —On August 19, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Payne, Araluen, Narioka, via Picola —a daughter (Florence Lorraine). (Both well.)

PEARSON (Devereux). —On August 19, at St. Andrew's, to Lorna and Lieut. Vincent Pearson —twin daughters. (All well )

PORTER (Townsend). —On August 20, at Bethesda Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Porter —a daughter (Janet Norma).

RANKIN. —On August 23, at St. Andrew's, to Mr. and Mis. C. McA. Rankin, of Bar bora avenue, Burwood —a son (Geoffrey Charles).

SCOTT MURPHY (nee McMaugh). — On August 22, at Claremont, Chatswood, Sydney, to Vera M. and F.-Sgt. Richard Scott Murphy —a daughter. (Both very well.)

SCOTT (nee Dorman). —On August 21, at Mena House, to Captain and Mrs. M. E. Scott (A.I.F.) —a son. (Both well.)

SMITH. —On August 22, at Epworth, to Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Smith, 8 Catherine street, Canterbury —a son (Alan Kinross).

SPARGO. —On August 20, at Bethesda Hospital, to Dora and Eric (R.A.A F.) —a son. (Both well.)

STILL (nee Toms). —On August 13, at Windermere private hospital, to Phillis and Stephen —a daughter (Diane Margaret).

WATSON (Milne). —On August 27, at St. Andrew's, to Lieut, and Mrs. Gordon J. Watson —a daughter (Jennifer Sue).

WATT (C. Fitzgerald). —On August 21, at Mena House, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Watt —a son (James John). (Both well )

WHITE (nee Edlin). —On August 17, at Mena House, to L.A.C. and Mrs. J. M.   White —a son (Ian Morrison).

WOOD. —On August 21, at Englewood pri vate hospital, Burwood road, Burwood, Syd ney, to Ivy and Eric —a son (David James).

MARRIAGES

ANQUETTL-MEMBREY. - At St An- drew's Church of England, Brighton, Flying Officer Kenneth Monro, R.A.A F, only child v of Mr and Mrs. P. Anquetll, of Twisden > road. Bentleigh and Joan only child of Mr.

and Mrs. R. E. Mewbrey, ol Bayside cres- cent. Hampton.

DAVIS-CRELLIN-On August 17. Lieut Col. John Davis (A I F»), only son of Lieut ' Col. and Mrs. Davis, Queen's road, late

Launceston, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Mrs. Crellin, Mentone, and the late .Dr. Bertram Crellin.

DAVIES-HOWE. —On August 24 at Christ Church, Maryborough, Margaret Isabel, younger daughter of Mrs. M. Howe, Mary-

borough, and the late Mr. J. Howe, to  

Henry Keith, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H.   Davies. Aspendale.  

JENNINGS-RUMBOLD. —On July 31, at Christ Church, Maryborough, by Archdeacon Lewin, Ruth, only child of Mrs. R. E. Rumbold, Baringhup West, and the late Mr. D. Rumbold, to James, eldest son of Mr. A. E. Jennings, Baringhup, and the late Mrs. Jennings.  

KILGOUR-VENABLES. —On August 14, at Methodist Chinch, Numurkah. Cpl. Jean Venables, W.A.A A F., twin daughter of Mr.  

and Mrs. A. C. Venables, to Gnr. Leonard

Leslie Kilgour, A.I.F., eldest son of Mr. and  

Mrs. E. Kilgour, Katamatite.

PHILLIPS-WILSON. —On August 14, at Clifton Hill Baptist Church, by the Rev. W. Phillips, Mabel Victoria (Queenie), of 123 Westgarth street, Northcote, to Harry Clifton  

Ray Phillips, of 164 Riversdale road, Camber- well.

WHARTON - DEAN. —On August 14,   at St. John's Church of England, Bega, Elizabeth Sarah Dean youngest daughter of  

late Mr. and Mrs. Warner, Melbourne, to George Horace Wharton, fourth son of Mrs. Elizabeth Wharton, North Queensland.

SILVER WEDDINGS

ASHWORTH - SYMES. - Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ashworth, of 9 Victor road, Glen Iris, announce with pleasure the 25th annl i versary of their wedding, celebrated at Flem-

ington nnd Kensington Presbyterian Church on August 24. 1918.

BAKER - FULLARTON. - Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their marriage, cele- brated at Camperdown on August 28. 1918, by the Rev. Pollard James. (Present address. Port Campbell road, Cobden.)

MR. and Mrs F, L. MORAY announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their wedding, .celebrated on August 31, 1918. at St. Columb's Church, Hawthorn, by the Rev. . J. A. Schofield. (Present address. 119 Wel-

lington street. Kew.)

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

ARMSTRONG-REID.-Mr. and Mrs. Jim Armstrong have pleasure In announcing the 50th anniversary of their marriage, celebrated ' at Newport on August 30, 1893, by the late Kev. Abernethy. (Present address, 87 Sum- merhill road. Glen Iris.)

McCOLOUGH*GORMAN. - On August 29, 1893, at Wentworth, River Darling, by late Rev. Robt. Laverty. Ernest Geo-, Brlghtwell McColough to Lily Sarah Gorman. (Present address, 20 Elsmere street. Kensington, N.S. Vales.)

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

THREADER - HUNT (Skuse). - Mr. and Mrs, Threader have pleasure In announcing the. 50th anniversary oí their wedding at Brooklyn Church. Lower Ashley road, Bristol, England, by Rev. A. T. Jones, on August 27, 1893. (Present address. 5 Mary street," Haw- thorn W. At home Sunday afternoon, the 29th August.)

. DEATH5

, On Active Service

BARR.-On August 14 (killed In action. New Guinea), Captain Frederick Arthur. 2/7th A.I.F. (returned Middle East), dearly beloved eldest son of B, A. and Margaret Barr, 11 Aird street, Camberwell. E.6. loved brother of Sgt. Morris A. (¿.I-F,), Margaret, and David. -»-For his'God, King, and country.

BELL.-On August 12 (died of wounds, N.G.), VX5407 Arthur (ret., M.E.), loved husband of Evelyn (Olinda), fond and lov- ing father of Leslie and Graham. -We will i always remember you smiling.

BELL.-On "August 12 (died of wounds, N.G ), Arthur (ret, M.E.), loved son-in law of Mr. and Mrs. Hooppell (Olinda). -He died that we might live.

GOVEY - On August 17. died of malaria. New Guinea, Lance-Corporal Douglas William Govey, VX5332. returned, Middle East, dearly beloved husband of Nell, aged 23 years. -My darling.

GOVEY.-On August 17, In New Guinea, Douglas William, loving son of Charles and Sybil Govey, of Redesdale, loved brother of Meg, Zaida, Emil (A.I.F., died of wounds, N.G.), and Tops.

GOVEY.-On August 17, died of malaria, N.G.. VX5332 Douglas William, loving brother-in-law and pal of Tom, - A soldier and a man.

SAUNDERS.-On August .> polled In action N.G.), Lieut. Alan SAouders, A.I.F., loved nephew of Bertha and Argo, and cousin of Jean, Marjorie, and Lieut. Peter Turner (A.I.F.). -Greater love hath no man.

SAUNDERS.-In affectionate remembrance of Lieut. Alan P. Saunders, killed in action in New Guinea August 15, esteemed friend of Stan, Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Kegele.

SAUNDERS.-On August 15. Lieut. Alan Saunders (A.I.F.), klUed in action N.G.. best loved friend of Bub. (Lieut. Adrian R. Beattie, A.I.F.).

SHRIMPTON.-Lieut. R. Courtney (com- mando), died of wounds N.G., beloved third son of Walter and Florence.

v SHRIMPTON.-Lieut. R. Courtney (com- mando), died of wounds N.G., beloved brother of Merrjl, John, Howard (A.I.F.), Knowle (R.A.A.F.), brother-in-law of Jean Shrimp ton, Douglas Rose.

WAIN.-On August 1 (killet} In action N.G.), VX102904, Noel Wain, beloved only child of H. E. and V. B. Wain, 155 Glen Iris road, Glen Iris. -The great sacrifice.

DEATHS

On Active Service

WAIN.-A tribute to our dear friend and pal, Noel, killed in action New Guinea. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Francis, Gordon, A.I.F., and Cliff.)

AITKEN.-On August 27. at Castlemaine, William Chambers Aitken, loved husband of the late Margaret, loving father of James (deceased). Magnus (deceased), John, Robert (deceased), Walter (deceased). Mary. Herbert (deceased). William. Lily, and Leslie, in his 90th year. -At rest.

BARRY.-On August 24. Stella Patience, loved wife of Flt.-Lt. G. S. Barry, R.A.A.F. -Requiescat In pace. (Privately Interred.)

BARRY.-On August 24. Stella Patience, loved nieç,e of Ethel and Patience Ward.

BIBBY.-On August 27, at a private hos- pital. East Melbourne. William Edward, beloved husband of Ellen Bibby, 156 Holmes road. Moonee Ponds.

-BIRD.-On August 26, at her daughter's residence, 23 Cameron street, Coburg, Isabella Wilson, wife of the late G. Bird, and loved mother of Florence, Isabella, Daisy (Mrs. F. Hepworth), George, Eric (deceased'», Elsie (Mrs. W. Barker). William. (Privately interred.)

BIRD.-On August 26. Isabella Wilson Bird.-Joved grandmother of Barbara and Ian Bird, Eric and Max Barker, Margaret and Norma Hepworth.

BLAMIRES.-On August 26. at Barkly street, St. Kilda. John Owen, dearly beloved husband of Hannah, loving father of Hazel (Mrs. Malcolm). Reginald, and Myrtle; lov- ing grandfather of Leslie, John, and Gweneth. aged 76 years. -A wonderful husband and father. Love never faileth.

BUNNING (nee Davey).-On August 25, at Dulwich Hill (Sydney), Florence Adelaide, ?wife of E. C. Bunning, loved sister of Caleb

deceased), Arthur (deceased), Edgar, May deceased), Arnold, Victor, and Jessie, dear Sister-in-law of Maude. -Only Heaven sped.

CANNING.-On August 27, at 113 Page street. Albert Park, Margaret, widow of the late William John Canning, loved mother of James (deceased). Mabel (Mrs. Ready, deceased), Nicholas. William, and Th-nas Herbert. -Rest In peace.

CHERRY.-On August 27, at Pt. Nepean rd.. Elsternwick. Jessie Cameron, beloved wife of the late William Albert Cherry, of Grandview, Healesville, loving mother of William Drew (A.I.F.) and Jessie Eunice (Mrs. H. B. Vaughan), aged 73 years. -

CHERRY.-On August 27, Jessie Cameron, beloved wife of the late William Albert, loved mother of Drewe. Eunice, mother-in law of Madge and Howard, grandma of Pamela, Howard, Patricia, Jose (deceased), Mary, Peter, Brian, Duane, Lorraine, Dale (deceased), aged 73 years. -At rest.

COON.-On August 2«, Daniel Livingstone, loved husband of May Frances. 20 Salis- bury crescent North Fitzroy, father of Roy Gordon (A.I.F.). Jack. Iris, and Netta (Mrs. E. Hill). (Privately interred Maldon August

27.)

(matt fln August 24, at 16 Wordsworth srrr+, St. Kilda, Hannah Mary, dearly be- loved daughter of the late Henry and Eileen Cox aged 84 years. -In God's care. (Pri- vately cremated.)

(For Continuation, of Announcements

See Page 10)

DEATHS  

(Continued from Page 2) .

COX. —A tribute to the memory ol Daisy, devoted and sircerc irlcnd of Mrs. Cornish and family.

COX. —A tribute of esteem and affection to a great friend, Dais Cox, died August 24. (Inserted by M. Marshall. A. Ibbitson )

CULLEN. —On August 26 (suddenly), Jessie Victoria, of Woodford, 39 Kiarra road, Glen Iris, dearly beloved wife of Henry Cullen, and devoted mother of Joan and Norma. (Private interment.)  

CULLEN. —A tribute of love to the memory of my dear niece, Jessie Victoria, who passed away suddenly August 26. —Deeply mourned. (Mrs. A. Hardwick, Sandringham.)

CUMMINGS. —On August 24 (suddenly), at Monbulk, George, the dearly loved husband of May Cummings, late ol 223 Wattletree road, Malvern. —At rest (Privately in- terred at Brighton, August 27.)  

DANGAARD. —A tribute of esteem to our  

Into brcthei, Einar, who passed to the Grand Lodge Abo\e on August 25. -So mote it be. (Inserted by the brethren of the Port Mel- bourne CUv Lodge 273 )

DEVINE. —On August 27, at the Convent Of the Good Shepherd, Rosary place, Albert Park Sister Mary of the Name of Mary, in the 69th year of her religious profession. Solemn Requiem Mabs wUl be celebrated at the Convent Chapel this day (Saturday), at 10 a.m. —Requiescat in pace.

DOBELL. —On August 27, Ernest W. L. (Billy), of 189 Rathmines road, Hawthorn, beloved husband of Kitty, loved and devoted father of Bruce and Leslie, 39 years em- ployee of Spicers and Detmold, Coburg. -Our loved one at,rest.

, . DOUBLED AY.-On August 26 (suddenly),

Rt Dandenong, Thomas Guy, loving father

f Ht Andrea

" DOUBLED AY.-On August 26 (suddenly), at Dandenong, Thomas Guy. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Doubleday. brother of Muriel (deceased) and Clive. (Privately tn "^terred August 27.)

DOWER.-On August 27, at Horsham, Ada Annie Dower (late of 131 Pilgrim street, footscray), dearly beloved wife of the late Joseph; beloved mother of Arthur (deceased), Stanley (38 Eleanor street, Footscray) ; lov- ing mother-in-law of Mabel, and devoted grandma of Linette and Don. -At rest.

DOWER.-On August 27. at Horsham. Ada I Annie Dower, dearly beloved wife of the late Joseph, beloved mother of Lilla; loving mother-in-law of Charles Parnington (First ALP., and lieutenant-colonel Second A.I.P. returned, Horsham), and devoted grandma of les (A.I.F.). and Roma * (A.W.A.S.). - Peacefully sleeping.

ELLIOTT.-On August 26, at Maryborough. Thomas, brother of William (deceased). , James. George (deceased), John, Ed want

¿deceased), Jessie (deceased). Fred, Ada (Mrs. Lawson). Walter, and Arthur.

EARL.-On August 24, Judith Anne, baby granddaughter of Harry and Florrie Earl, 15 Severn street. Box Hill, and niece of Ron (R.A N.) and Marjorie, aged four weeks.

FARRELL.-On August IS, nt Caulfield " Military Hospital, Albert Lawrence, devoted

Juisbaud of Win, loving daddy of Jack (P.O.W.). Valerie, and Baby Prances, aged 44 years, late 23 Lewis street. McKlnnon, and Toolamba. -Until we meet again.

FIELD.-On August 27, Elizabeth, dearly i< beloved wife of Frederick William, of Ferny

Creek, loved mother of Margaret, and loved

daughter of Mrs. Couch.

FINLAYSON.-On August 26.' Alexander Marshall, beloved son of Murdoch and the late Wilhelmina, late oi Lawrence, brother of Alleen, Jack. Norma, Jessie (deceased).

(Private interment.)

GIBBS.-On August 27, at Bairnsdale, JDavid William, loved only son of William and Margaret Gibbs, and loving brother of , u Daisy, Dorothy, and Margaret, aged II years.

GIBSON.-On August 23, William Murray, third son of Mrs. Gibson and the late Mr. T, M. Gibson, of Lanton, Hastings, aged 30 years. (Privately interred.)

GIBSON.-On August 3. at Masterton. New Zealand. Walter James, second youngest son of the late Walter and Martha Gibson, of

Glenholm, Dromana.

GILMORE-On August 21, at Geelong, Joseph, loved brother of John, Hugh, James, Koheit, Ann, Mary. Maggie, and Alex. -At

rest.

GOVETT.-On August 27. at private hos- pital, Ella, daughter of the late George Govett, Pastoria, Kyneton, and loved sister - , of Clem, Flora (Mrs. P.. Blakie, Canada),

Decima, and Henry. (Private cremation.)

GOVETT.-On August 27. at private hos- pital. Ella, dearly loved aunt of Mavis (Mrs. E. M. Boyce. Perth) and Neville (A M.P ).

GOVETT-A tribute to the memory of my dearly loved friend, Ella Govett, who passed cn at Waiora, Glenferrie road, Malvern, on August 27. (Inserted by Francis Blandon.)

GREENFIELD.-On August 26. at private hospital. Melbourne. Florence, beloved wife of Angus M. Greenfield, and loved mother of Beryl (Mrs. J. A. Cochrane), Alastalr («gt" RA.A.F.. deceased). Huon. Angus (R.AA.F),'and Josephine (W.A.A.A.F.).

G»IGG.-On August 23, at St. Arnaud, Harold, relict of Winifred Grlgg, loving father of Lesley (Mrs. L. Splcei) and Audrey,

aged 66 years. —At rest.

HALL. —On August 27 (suddenly). Francis James Hall, the loved husband of Phyllis Hall (nee Lambeth), and loving brother of    

Madge, Maude, and Reg, aged 45 years.  

HERON. —On August 22, at Nyah, Isabella C. Heron, beloved wife of the late John Heron, loving mother of Robert J. Camp- bell (deceased), and Margaret (Mrs. S. Ross), loving Nanna of Ailsa, Jennifer, and

Isabel, late of Stawell.

HODGE. —On August 22, at Footscray, Ormond, beloved only son of Alice and the late William Hodge. ,loved brother of Lilian   (Mrs. Baker). —Sadly missed.

HOURIE. —Suddenly, at his residence, Meyer street, Donald, Percival William (Dick) Hourie, beloved husband of the late Catherine Louisa, aged 62 years.

KELLY. —On August 27, at private hos- pital, Melbourne, Robert Ambrose Kelly, of The Pines, Ullina, beloved husband of  

Johanna, aged 63 years. —Requiescat in

pace.

KNIGHT. —On August 26. at hi3 residence, 151 Abbott street, Sandringham. Dugal Mccallum, beloved husband of Edith May, loving father of Edith (Mrs. J. H Young), Anne (Mrs. A. S. Carbines), and Lillian (Mrs J. M. Noone), and dear papa of Geoff, Judith. Jan, and Michael. (Privately cre-

mated August 27.)

LAMBERT.-On August 27, at the resi- dence of his niece, Mrs. Barker. Aberdeen street, Blackburn, John Thomas, brother of Mrs. Nicol, and uncle of Dorothy (Mrs.

SIsley).

LIVERSIDGE.-On August 26. at Morning- ton Hospital. Elizabeth Jane, of Red Hill, beloved wife of Alfred, and loving mother of Verrai (Mrs. Roberts) and Alma.

LORD-On August 27, Elizabeth Margaret Emphy Lord. 34 Giffard street. Williams- town, relict of the late James Lonj, Lyons street. Williamstown, dearly loved mother of Florence (deceased). Ethel. Ada (Mrs. D. Gordon. Seddon). Eva (Mrs. J. Day), and Stanley, aged 82 years. -Resting.

LORD.-On August 23, at Port Campbell, Margaret, beloved friend of Ron and Allson, and loved auntie of Elisabeth.

MADDER.-On August 27. at Epworth Hospital, Agnes, dearly loved wife of Bert Madder. 107 Finch street. East Malvern, and loving mother of William and Gwyn, and mother-in-law of Isabel. -At rest.

MADDER.-On August 27, at Epworth Hospital. Agnes, dearly loved sister of Mar- garet, John, and Archie, and loving sister

in-law of Myrtle.

MAY.-On August 25, at his residence, Diamond Creek, Pryce, beloved husband of Louisa May, and loved father of Edgar and Leslie, aged 83 years. (Interred Diamond Creek Cemetery August 27.)

McAREE (nee Rattm).-On August 27, at a private hospital, Kew, Frances Emma, loving aunt of May and Charles Ratten, aged 78 years. -At rest.

- McEWEN.-On August 26. Margaret Mathe- son wife of late James Matheson (late of Williamstown), mother of James and Jean (Mrs. W. R. David), aged 75 years.

MILLANE.-On August 23, at Sydney. Walter Millane. beloved husband of Phylis, and dear father of Veronica, Raymond and Barry, loving son of Florence and the late Walter Millane. dear brother of Leo, Bolton Maurice, and Florence. - Requiescat in

pace.  

- NALLY.-In loving remembrance of my " beloved daughter-in-law. Ada. who passed

away August 24. (Inserted by Margaret

Nally.)

PITT.-On August 27, Gertrude Augusta Pitt, daughter of the late John R. and Mary Buxton, wife of H. A. Pitt, mother iOf Lorna M. Maueschl, Kathleen E. Fitz- patrick, and John Pitt. -Requiescat In pace. (Requiem Mass at Carmelite Church, Middle Park, today, Saturday, at 7.30 a.m. Private

' interment.)

, PLANT.-On August 21, at her home. Llsson

giove. Hawthorn, Mabel, loved wife of the late H. J. Plant, and -loved sister of Ernest. .. Charles (deceased), and Eileen. -R.I.P.

PLANT.-on August 21, at her home. Llsson grove, Hawthorn, Mabel, dearly loved mother -of Ina and Harry, and grandma oí Shirley

' May. -R.I.P.

I" PYE.-On July 12. at 14 Laurel road, Wimbledon, S.W.20, Rachel, daughter of the ,"£& Edward pye, tot Briguouse Oreen,

fcaftam, Lanes,, in her 85th yw.

DEATHS

RADFORD.-On August 27," at Kilmore Hospital. Annie Jane, dearly loved wife of George Sydney Radford, of High street. Broadford. -Always lemembered.

RADFORD (nee Sorrell).-On, August' 27,

at Kilmore" Hospital. Annie, dearly loved sister of Fimie, Mary. Kate, Robert, Chrlssle. Lily, Ruby. -God's greatest gift, remember-

ing.

REID.-On August 20, at West Australia, Roseabella. loving wife of the late Alex- ander, and loved mother of Irene, Harold, a'nd Vlalo, of West' Australia, and Vera, ol Victoria. -At rest. (Inserted by her loving sister. Annie Nicholson.)

RIDDELL -On August 25, at her residence. 49 Martin street, Elwood. Elizabeth Watt, loved daughter of the late James and Mag- dalene Riddell, of Hawthorn, and loved sister of Margaret (Mrs. Burr), Janies (S.A.), and Mary, and loving aunt of Madge and Jim Burr, and James and Frank Riddell. (Prl rately Interred.)

RUMBOLD.-On August 25. at his resi- dence, 120 Wills street. Bendigo, Henry, loved brother of David (deceased). James (de- ceased), Mary, Daniel tdeceased), John, and

George.

SCHULTZ.-On August 25 (suddenly), Jack, dearest friend of Millie Ede. of 24 Flinders stieet, Thornbuiy. -For ever I'll remember.

SHERA.-On August 26. George Eaton Shera. oí 40 Hudson street. Coburg, loving brother of Essie and Will. -At rest.

SMITH (nee Bartlett).-On August 11 (sud- denly), at Cherry Tree road, Panton Hill, Violet, loved youngest daughter of the late Fredrick and Mary Bartlett, of Panton Hill, dear sister of Evelene (Mrs. Charman), Ada (Mrs. Powell), Leslie (Panton Hill), Fred (deceased), Lizzie (deceased), Jess (deceased), May (deceased). Emily (deceased), Will (de- ceased), aunt of Maisie Charman (de- ceased). -Peace, perfect peace.

SMITH.-On August 20, at 61 Wilson street. Moonee Ponds, Arthur, dearly beloved hus- band of Ada. and father of Lloyd, Miriam (Mrs. Connors). Nita (Mrs. Indian), and Elaen (Mrs. Oddy), aged 67 years.

SMITH.-On August 26, at Melbourne, Susan Jane, of McKean street. North Fitzroy, beloved sister of the late Hannah Allan, loved aunt of Will. George. Beatrice, Nellie,

and Dorrie.

SQUIRES (nee Walker).-On August 24, at Baker's Gully, Bright. Elizabeth Elenor, beloved wife of Corporal Bernard Francis Squires, of R.A.A.F., Benalla.

WALSH.-On August 25, at Ouyen Dis- trict Hospital, Thomas, loving father of Thomas George (A.I.F.), Ralph (A.I.F.), Myrtle Mary (Mrs. C. Shlmmen), Gerald

Leo, aged 72 years.

WATSON.-A loving tribute to Cris, one of my good fellow Australians, who passed away at Ballarat August 25. (Florence

Blanshard-Josephine. )

WHEELER (nee Gregson).-On August 23  

(suddenly). Mary Louisa Wheeler, daughter of the late Rev. John and Fanny Gregson, and dearly loved sister of Marion, John B., and James Gregson.

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour-On Active Service

B COY.. 2/14th BN.-In memory of the boys who fell in action between August 28 and September 12. 1943. (Inserted by their comrades.) ? ?

COX. - In loving memory always of VX32903 Lieut. W. P. Cox (BUI), killed In action, N.G., August 29, 1942, ret. M.E., ALF., dearly loved and loving younger son of Rose Ethel and the late Harry Arthur, and loved and devoted brother of Cliff, A.I.F., Moresby, ret. M.E.; and Nettle, and brother-in-law of Harry Bennett, A.I.F.,

D.N.G.

COX.-A tribute to the memory of our pal. Lieut. W. P. (Bill) Cox, VX32903. killed on active service. August 29, 1911 ~At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember him. (Inserted by Bill, Les, George, Len, and Fred.)

DAMM.-In loving memory of my brother, Pte. George Damm. VX62040. killed in action. New Guinea, August 28, 1942. (Inserted by his sister, Nora; brother-in-law, Jack; nieces. Joyce and Betty.)

EGAN.-In loving memory of our beloved second son. Jack, 2/14th Batt., killed In action at Isurava on August 29, 1942. (In- serted by his loving parent, brothers, and

sister.)

ELLERY.-A tribute of love to the memory of our beloved son and brother, Stanley, who was killed while in action in New Guinea, August 29, 1942. -Called to higher service. (Inserted, by his father, mother, and Mer-

vyn.)

ELLERY.-In loving memory of Corporal S. C. (Stan). 2/14th Battalion, kiUed In action New Guinea August 29, 1942, very dear friend of Gretta Williams (Castle- maine). -Remembered always.

FERGUSON.-In proud and loving memory of my darling son, John Allan, who gave his all ta New Guinea on August 29, 1942. -Wonderful memories. (Mother, Dandenong.)

FERGUSON (John); Garland (Dave).-In proud and loving memory of my darling and his pal Dave, who gave their lives for us. Jack on August 29. 1942. and Dave, on August 30, 1942, at New Guinea. (Ida Fer- guson, Dandenong.)

FERGUSON.-In loving memory of our darling brother, John Allan (Jack), killed Isurvara, N.G., August 29, 1942, 2/14th Batt. -We will always remember him smiling. (Zllla, Lorraine, and Howard.)

FERGUSON.-In reverent memory of our beloved cousin. Jack, killed in action Milne Bay, August 29. 1942. aged 22 years. -As yet the early rising sun has not attained his noon. (Inserted by his sorrowing cousins,

Balaclava.)

HUNTER.-Treasured memories of our dear son and our brother, VX15199, L.-Cpl. Roy Victor, returned Middle East, killed New Guinea, August 29. 19*2. (Inserted by his father, mother, brothers, and, sisters. Drouin.)

HUNTER.-In fond and loving memory of our darling brother, VX18199, L.-Cpl. -Roy Victor Hunter, killed in action, N.G., August 29, 1942. (Inserted by his loving sister, Queenie; brother-in-law, Ted, A.I.F.; and nephews, Ron and Allan.)

KILBURN.-In loving memory of my darl- ing husband and our dear daddy, Cpl. Mark Kilburn, 2/14th, killed Isurava, New Guinea, August 29, 1942, aged 33 years. (Inserted by his lonely wife and little pals, Margaret, Geoffrey, Janet, Mornington.)

KILBURN.-In memory of Cpl Mark Kil- burn, killed New Guinea August 29. 1942. -He died for his country. (Inserted by O. and E. Soulsby, Surrey Hills.)

MARSHALL.-In loving memory" of our son and brother. Sgt.-Pilot J. Alexander Brock Marshall, who lost his life air opera- tions over Europe, August 28, 1942. -In

God's keeping.

MOORE-In proud and loving memory of VX37973. Lieut. George Greenwell Moore, A.I.F., only child of Mrs. Margaret R. Mooie, Albert Park. Melbourne, killed in action, New Guinea, August 28, 1942. -Always re- membered by Beryl M. J. Free, Toowoomba.

ROWE.-On August 29. 1942. in India (2 years' service). Flying Officer John Heywood Rowe. R.A.A.F., dearly loved eldest son of Arthur and Olive, loved brother of Arthur and Leslie (R.A.A.F.).

THOMAS.-In fnodest memory of my dear- est brother, Bevan, killed in action, New Guinea, August 29, 1942 ret. M.E. -To memory ever dear. (Inserted by Ahn.)

TODD.-A tribute to the memory of VX41335 Pte. Ross Todd, killed in action at Tobruk on August 29, 1941. (Inserted by the employees of Leeds Dye Works,

Northcote.)

WATTS.-In proud and loving memory of our dear son and our brother. Lionel M" V547B7, Sig., 39th Battalion (formerly of Victorian Scottish Regiment), killed in ac- tion, Kokoda Road. August 28, 1942. (Inser- ted by R. and M. Watts and family.)

WATTS.-In proud and loving memory of our dear nephew, Sig. Lionel Montgomery, kiUed in action. Kokoda Road. August 28, 1942. (H. and H, Seaile.) .

WATTS.-A tribute to the memory of our sincere friend. Lionel Montgomery, killed in action. New Guinea, August 28, 1942. (In- serted by colleagues of the Stamp Duties

Office.)

ALEXANDER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on August 30, 1941. -Long remembered. (Inserted by her loving son, George, and daughter-in law, May.)

ANDERSON.-Passed away August 29. 1942, George Burnett, loved husband of Ernestine. -Resting where no shadows fall.

BASFORD.-In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away on August 28, 1939. -Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. (Inserted by her daughter, sons, daughters in-law, son-in-law. and grandchildren.)

BUTTERLEY.-In sad and loving memory of our dearly beloved son. Nell, and sister of Jean, who passed away on August 28, 1942. -Deeply mourned. (Inserted by his loving parents and sister.)

BUTTEIILEY.-in loving memory of my beloved btother. Neil, who passed away on August SB. 1942. (Inserted by his loving brother, sister-in-law. and little niece, Lloyd, Elsie, and Diane.)

CHAMBERS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our loving father, who passed away at Dhurringile on August 28. 1942. -Your treasured memory stays. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

CORIN.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Margaret Slbbald. who passed away August 29, 1941. (Inserted by her loving

family.)

IN MEMORIAM

DEASSY.-A tribute to_thft memory of a, Christian gentleman, ,R--,»D. M, Deasey, B.A.. V.D.. late. Vicar ,of -Christ Church. Geelong, fell asleep August 28, 1942. -He walked with God. .(Inserted by P.C.C., Gee- long.) > i

DEASEY.-On August 2«, 1942, the earthly life of Denis Murrell Deasey ' closed. -Faithful -unto death.

DOUGLAS.-In iona memory of Melvardo Flora, who passed away August 28, 1942. loving wife oí John, and loving mother of little John. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving husband and son.)

DOUGLAS (nee Waschatz) .-In fond memory of Melvardo Flora, who passed away on August 28, 1942, at Mildura. -Loved by all who knew her. (Inserted by her devoted mother, sisters, and brother.)

EDWARDS.-In loving memory oí our darling mother, who passed away August 30, 1942. -Too dearly loved to ever be for- gotten. (Inserted by her loving daughters. Glenda and Beth.)

FOX.-In lovinff memory of Eleanor Maude, who died on August 29. 1941. (Inserted by her father, brother, and sister-in-law, T. G., L. T., and Effie Wigley.)

GANLY.--In loving memory of our darling aunt. Katie, who passed away August 29, 1938. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving nieces and nephews.)

GILL.-In loving memory of our dear brother. John Gill, who died August 29, 1942. -Remembrance. (Inserted by his lov- ing sister and brother.)

HARDY.-In loving memory of my darling wife, Jessie, who passed away at Ivanhoe, August 27, 1942. (Inserted by her loving husband, and daughter, Gwen.)

HOPKINS.-In fond and loving memory of my beloved wife. Maud, and our dear mother, who passed away August 29. 1942. .

So dearly loved, so sadly missed.

-(Inserted by her loving husband and chil- dren Leslie, Margaret, Constance, & Phyllis.)

HUNT.-In memory of Richard (Dick), loved son of Mary and the late Thomas, and dearly loved brother of Sylvia and Alice (Mrs. Duffield, deceased), who passed away on August 29. 1931. -R.I.P. (Inserted by his mother and sister.)

KOHN.-A token of love and remembrance of our dear aunt. Al, who passed away at Moonee Ponds August 28, 1942. (Inserted by Alf. Maisie, and Ron.)

LAWSON (Dahlia Morie>.-Sweet Dahlis In paradise. t «

LEMON.-In loving memory of my de- voted husband, who died August 27. 1939. (Inserted by his loving wife, R. Lemon.)

MacDONALD.-In fond memory of Donald, who died peacefully August 29, 1940. -A life so sadly missed. (Inserted by his sisters. Mattie and Alice.)

MACRAE. - In loving memory of Betsy Fisher Macrae, who passed to her rest August 28, 1942. -Fondly remembered. (In- serted by her brother and sister-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. G. Stewart Taylor.)

MARRIOT.-To the memory of Biddle, 29 Carson street. Kew. (F.E, and N.)

MARTIN.-in fond and loving memory of our dear father, who died August 28. 1941: also dear mother, who died December 7. 1932. (Ever remembered' by their loving family.)

McCONECHY.-In fondest remembrance of my dear husband, Jack, who passed away August 28, 1942. -Memory will be my hap- piness. (Inserted hy his ever-loving wife,

Claire.)

McCONECHY.-In loving memory of father, who passed away August 28. 1942. -Thoughts for today. A memory for ever. (Inserted by his loving son, Norm, A.I.F.; daughter in-law, Grace.)

McCONECHY. - In loving memory of a most wonderful dad, v who passed away August 28. 1942. (Inserted by his loving daughter. Brenda, John, and baby, Barbara.) McKAIL.-In tender, loving memory of Lleut.-Commander McKail, cousin of Angela Thirkell (authoress), and Professor J. W. McKail, M.A., LL.D., F.B.A., F.R.S.L.A., Oxford, England; and dear dad of Idalia, Warriston, Thanet street, Malvern.

McMAHON (nee Holt).-In loving memory of my dear wife, Elizabeth Bell (Lily), who passed away on August 28, 1934. at Middle Park. -Always remembered. (Inserted by her loving husband.)

McPHEE.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Freda, and loved mother, who passed away at Morwell August 29. 1942. (Inserted by her loving husband and sons, Alan and David.)

Mcphee.-In loving memory of my dear daughter. Freda, who passed away suddenly on August 29. 1942. -Sadly missed. (Mother.)

MEYER.-In loving memory of our dear sister, sister-in-law. and aunt, Winifred, who died August 29, 1935. (Ever; remembered by F. and L. Billing and family.)

MEYER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away August 29, 1935. (Inserted by her sons and daughter.)

MULLINGER. - In 'loving memory of mother, »ho passed away August 29. 1942. -Remembered by Lillian and Fred, and granddaughters Norma and Beryl.

PARKER.-To the sacred memory of my beloved mother, who passed away August 28, 1933. (Inserted by her loving daughter. Ethel Buchanan.)

PAYNE.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Walter Farnham, who passed away Au-flist 28. 1930. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

PIZZEY.-In loving and revered memory of dear father, who died August 28. 1942, at Heidelberg. -Behold aU things have become new. (Insertedi by Ella and John Purvis, Hawthorn.)

PIZZEY.-In memory of our dear cousin. Fred, who passed Into the higher Ufe at Mont Clare, Heidelberg, August 28, 1942. -Matthew 25-40. (Inserted by Edie and Elsie. Ringwood.)

POTTER.-Cherished memories of our dear son and brother. Bert, who passed away August 28, 1938. -One of the best, in God's care, but sadly missed. (Inserted by his loving mother.)

PRICE.-In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away August 29, 1942. (Inserted by his loving daughter. Myrtle; son-in-law, Horrie, and grandchildren.)

REED. - In loving memory of our dear daughter and our sister, Gladys Viola, who passed away\at Ivanhoe on August 28. 1928. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving parents, L. and M. Reed, and brothers. Jack and Leslie.) »

RICHMOND.-In loving memory of dear dad. who passed away August 30, 1942. (Inserted by Elsie and Clarrie. Sydney.)

SIMS.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Euphemia Sims, who passed away

August 30, 1941.

-(Always remembered by her daughter. Edith; son-in-law, Robert; and grandchild. Neville Ward.)

TAYLOR.-In loving memory of our darling ' daughter, Georgina Ruth, sister of Phyllis, passed away at Surrey Hills August 29, 1934. -Always in our hearts. (Inserted by her loving parents. L. and M. Taylor.)

TEMPLE.-In loving memory of my dear sister, passed to rest August 30, 1941. -Deep in my heart a memory is kept. (Inserted by sister, Alice.)

WHIPP.-Loving memories of my dear husband, and brother, Jim. who passed away August 28, 1940. -Resting where no shadows fall. (Inserted by his loving wife and sister. Judy.)

WHITE-In loving memory of Frederick Charles, beloved husband of Helena, devoted father of Fred. Chas, Iris, fond grandpa of Sandra: 29/8/39.

WTRTH.-In loving memory of my loved husband and our loving and devoted father, who passed away August 29, 1937. -So dearly loved, so sadly missed. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

WIRTH.-In affectionate remembrance of my loved brother-in-law, Mr. Phillip Wlrth, brother of the late George, who passed away August 29, 1937. -Sweetest memories. (In- serted by Mrs. Geo. Wirth.)

" WOOD.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Sarah, who passed away August 26, 1942, at Westgarth. (Inserted by her lov- ing husband, Charlie.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

ANTHONY. - Mr. ABRAHAMS and Sisters wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends

for their floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a token of deep gratitude._

BROOKS.-Mr. T. SAYLE and Nieces desire to express sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, in their recent sad bereavement, Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of apprecia tlon. 50 Bowen street. Camberwell._

BUTLER.-Mrs. H. BUTLER and Family desire to THANK all relatives and kind friends for floral tributes, letters, and tele- grams in their recent sad bereavement, also thanking Dr. Ebsworth, Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. Harvey. Will all please accept this as a token of sincere gratitude. 30 Moubray street, Albert Park._

CAMPBELL.-The Cousins of the late MILLIE CAMPBELL wish to THANK all relatives and friends for expressions of sym- pathy and floral tributes in their íecent sad bereavement. Especially thanking Mr. and Mrs. McLean. 1 Brockenshlre street, Clifton Hill._

DWYER.-Mrs. DWYER and Family wish to THANK their many friends and relatives for cards, letters, and telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept tills as an acknowledgment of thanks. William st,, Lilydale,

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

.FITZGERALD.-^-Son and .Daughters, Mr. and -Mrs. Boland, and Family wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for i personal expressions of sympathy, letters, cards;-telegrams. In their recent sad bereave- ment. W1U all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of our sincere thanks. 88 Atherton road. Oakleigh.

FOGARTY.-Mrs. T. J. FOGARTY and Family wish to THANK sll relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, phone calls, and floral tributes received - in their sad bereavement. Will all please accept .this as a personal acknowledgment of thanks. 8f> Westbury street. East St. Kilda._

GLOVER.-Miss GLOVER. Miss JOHN- STON and Family wish to THANK all friends and relatives for cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions oí sympathy in their recent bereavement. Will all friends please accept this as sincere personal thanks._

GRAHAM.-The Family of the late Mrs. MARGARET GRAHAM desire to THANK all relatives and friends for cards, letters, tele- grams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 13 Coppin street. Richmond.

HARDING.-Mrs. HARDING and Daughter (Mrs. C. F. Dyer) desire to THANK aU kind friends and relations for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards, also personal ex piesslons of sympathy in their sad loss, especially thanking G. W. Green and Sons for their kindness during the long illness. Would all please accept this as a personal expression of our gratitude. 129 Eglinton

Street. Kew.

HARTLEY.-Mrs. F. E. MAGGS and Family. Miss HARTLEY, and the Sons of the late Mr.- H. G. HARTLEY tiesire to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, letters, telegrams, cards, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. 5 Shirley grove, East St. Kilda._

HILL.-Mr. and Mrs. F. J. HILL and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy In their recent sad bereavement. W1U all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of sincere gratitude. Stud road. Scoresby.-_;_

LAMBERT.-Mrs. I. LAMBERT desires to THANK all kind friends, the members of Hawthorn road Methodist Church, and re- latives, for letters telegrams, cards, and floral tributes, in her sad bereavement. WUl all please accept tills as a personal acknow- ledgment of our sincere thanks. 2 Seaview street South Caulfield._

LARTER.-The Family or the late Mra. MARY LARTER wish to THANK relatives and friends for their telegrams, letters, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a per sonal expression of our sincere thanks. _ ' MARTIN.-Mr. J. E. MARTI!». Sons, and Daughter, Jack, George. Barry, and Betty (Mrs. D. Simpson), desire to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, wreaths, in their sad loss of his wife. Eva May, and their mother; also the staff of the Jessie Mcpherson Hos- pital. Mr. Hughes Jones (surgeon), and especially the attention given by Dr. Konrad Hillar. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere appreciation and gratitude. 56 Blyth street, Brunswick._

MR.. Mrs. G. E. BRIDGELAND and Miss Bridgeland desire to THANK all friends, relations, for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of sincere thanks. 1 Snowden avenue. Caulfield. __

MR. G. TIMEWELL and Family, of Black- burn, desire to THANK all relatives and friends for their letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a per sonal acknowledgment of our sinceie gratitude

MR. C. WOOD and Family wish to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere appreciation. Pioneer. Markwood.

MRS. H. T. STOTT and FamUy desire to express their THANKS for the many cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Would all please accept this as a personal expression of their gratitude. 1 Seacombe grove. Middle Brighton_

MRS. W. ADAMS and Family, of 217 Union road, Surrey Hills, desire to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, telegrams, and letters in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere appre clation._

MRS. H. L. JONES and Family wish to express their sincere THANKS to relatives and friends for telegrams, cards, letters, and floral tributes In their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. 170 Dundas street. Thornbury._ n MRS. CROMPTON and Son wish to THANK all friends for letters, cards, tele- grams, and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere thanks and appreciation. 203 Ascotvale road. Ascotvale._'__

MRS. P. WHELAN and Mr. and Mra. JACK GRIFFITH express their sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for personal sympathy, floral tributes, tele- grams, letters, and cards in their sad bereavement. 36 Daly street. West Bruns- wick;_-_

MRS. E. FARGHER desires to THANK all relatives and friends for telegrams, cards, and floral tributes In her recent sad bereave- ment. Will all pleate accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of her sincere grati- tude._

MRS. DOWNES wishes to THANK all friends and relatives for their kindness and sympathy, telegrams, cards, and beautiful floral tributes in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of my heartfelt gratitude.

I MRS. E. TUCKER and Family desire to THANK all kind friends for their kind I expressions of sympathy and floral tributes

in the recent death of her daughter, Alice (Mrs. Smith). 39 Spencer road, East Cam-

berwell.

MRS. OLIVE COOK wishes to THANK all relatives, neighbours, and friends for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and cards In her sad bereavement. Will aU please accept this as a personal expression of sincere thanks. 12 Ethel street, Malvern. S.E.4._

MRS. J. O'BERN wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expres- sions of sympathy in the sudden loss of her dearly loved husband. Will all accept tills as a personal acknowledgment of her sincero gratitude. 42 Park place. South Yarra.

ORME.-The Family of the late JAMES PYM and late CAROLINE ORME desire to THANK all relatives and friends for per- sonal sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters, telegrams, in their recent sad bereavements.

Will all- please accept tills as a personal i acknowledgment of sincere thanks and ap- ' pwlatlon. 198 Canterbury rd., St. Kilda,

PURCELL. - Mr. FRANK PURCELL and Family'wish to THANK Rev. Fr. McCarthy, Rev. Fr. Leonard, Sisters of Sacred Heart Hospital, all kind friends, and relatives for cards, telegrams, letters, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as their personal acknowledgment of sincere thanks. 43 Patterson street, East

Coburg.

RICHARDSON.-Mr. RICHARDSON and Miss RICHARDSON wish to THANK all those kind people for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes received in their recent be- reavement.. Will all accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of thanks. 32 Rowe

street. i?orth Fitzroy._

ROBERTSON.-Mrs P. ROBERTSON and Familv desire to THANK all relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes received In their recent sad bereavement, with special thanks to Dr. M. Healy and the staff at Austin Hospital. Will all please accept this as a personal- expres- sion of their sincere gratitude. 7 Brown

avenue. Ascotvale. ._

ROSE. - Mrs. KATE ROSE. Son. and Daughters desire to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives, friends, and neigh- bours for personal expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and cards, especially thanking Rev. McCoy, Dr. Hudson, and Sister Woff for their loving help and

klndnesi In our sorrow. Will all please | accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. Maesbury. 3 Station street, Cheltenham. _

ROWLEY.-The Family of the late MARY I ANN ROWLEY desire to THANK aU rela- tives and friends for floral tributes, letters,

telegrams, cards, and personal expressions i of sympathy. Also kind friends who gave and offered aid. Will all please accept this as a token of our slncerest gratitude. 26 Blenheim street. St. Kilda._

SAUNDERS.-Mr T. SAUNDERS and I Family wish to THANK their many relatives and friends for personal expressions of sym- pathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and cards, in their recent sad bereavement of lov- ing wife and mother; special thanks to Drs. Morland and Cooper. Will aU please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 11 Florence street. East Brighton. S.6._

SETFORD. - Mr. H. T. SETFORD and Family wish to THANK their many friends and relatives for the many cards, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere gratitude,1

IS Church street. Hawthorn,

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

SYMONS.-Mrs. C. SYMONS wishes to THANK-all" relatives, friends for letters, tele- grams, cards, and floral, tributes in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere appreciation. 38 Rowena parade, Richmond. _

THE Mother. Brothers, and Sisters of the late LEON FRANCIS MONICHON desire to THANK relatives and friends for their let- ters, telegrams, floral tributes, and expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad be- reavement. WU1 all please accept our heart felt thanks._.

THE Family of the late EDMUND ROBERT SKINNER sincerely THANK all relatives, friends, and kind neighbours for letters, cards, telegrams, personal expressions of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sudden bereavement. 54 Ardmlllan road, Moonee Ponds._ THE Sons of the late MARY JANE BROWN desire to express their deep GRATITUDE for all cards, telegrams, and tokens of sym- pathy In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept our sincere thanks. 2 Young street;" Moonee Ponds._

TUXEN.-Mr. and Mrs. TUXEN wish to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, and telegrams and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. 6 Lexton St., North Balwyn._

WHELAN.-Mr. P. WHELAN, Eileen. Jack, and Mr. W. Henderson desire to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives, friend's, neighbours for personal expressions of sym- pathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards. In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of sincere appreciation. 13 Rupert street. Collingwood. _ WIMPNEY. - MrS. E. WIMPNEY and Family desire to THANK theU" relatives, friends, and neighbours for the manv kind expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes received during their sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 14 Clyde stieet. Thorn-

bury.

FUNERAL NOTICES

AITKEN.-The Funeral of Mr. WILLIAM CHAMBERS AITKEN will leave the residence of his grandson (Magnus Aitken). Simpson street, Kyneton. TOMORROW (Sunday), at 2 p.m., for the Kyneton Cemetery. ISAAC BENSON. Phone 51 Kyneton._

BIBBY. - The Funeral of the lato Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD BIBBY will leave our parlours, 678 Mt. Alexander rd.. Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3.30 o'clock for the Fawkner Crematorium. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Moonee Ponds. FU5451

BIBBY. - Flemington Lodge, No. 362, A., F., and A. M.-Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and Craft in general aro respectfully requested to follow the remains of our esteemed P.M., Wor. Bro. WILLIAM EDWARD BIBBY. Assistant D.C. The Fune- ral will leave Joseph Allison's chapel. Mt. Alexander road, Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for the Fawkner Crematorium. F. J. DUNDAS. W.M. G. H. A. MIL- BURN, P.G.Stwd., Secretary._

BIBBY.-Central Lodge of Instruction, No. 2, A., F., and A. Masons.-Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to attend the Funeral of our late esteemed Brother WILLIAM EDWARD BIBBY (Treasurer). The Funeral will leave the parlours of Joseph Allison Pty. Ltd., 678 Mt. Alexander road, Moonee Ponds. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium, W. A. P. MOUNSEY. Sec.; J. N. CLARK, Lee. Mas._>_

BIBBY. - Kensington Mark Lodge. No. 97. - Officers and Brethren are respectfully Informed that the Funeral of our esteemed Wor. Master WILLIAM EDWARD BIBBY will leave Joseph Allison's chapel. Mt. Alex-

ander road, Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY, at I 3.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium. GEO. D. CARLYLE, P.G.S P., Secretary.

BLAMIRES.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN OWEN BLAMIRES will leave Apps Se Sons' Chapel, 395 High street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Saturday, August 28), at 11.30 a.m., for the St. Kilda Cemetery. APPS Se SONS PTY. LTD., St. Kilda. LA1271 (2

lines)._

CANNING. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARGARET CANNING wlU leave 113 Page street. Albert Park. THIS DAY (Sat- urday. August 28), at 10.15 am., for the Fawkner Cemetery. RENTLE & HOLDS- WORTH, 225 Park st,, South Melbourne. MX1350._

CHERRY.-The Funeral of the late JESSIE CAMERON CHERRY will leave St. John's Church of England. Healesville, THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service by the Rev, Muxworthy, at 4 p m., for the Healesville Cemetery. FRANK HERITAGE, Undertaker, Healesville. _

DEVINE. - Solemn Requiem Mass for the" repose of the soul of the late Sister MARY OF THE NAME OF MARY will bo celebrated at the Convent of the Good Shepherd, Rosary place. Albert Park. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10 a.m. The Funeral will leave the convent at the conclusion of Mass for the Boroondara Cemetery. Kew. MULQUEEN Se SONS PTY. LTD. FW1746._

DOBELL.-The Funeral of the late ERNEST W. L. DOBELL will leave 189 Rathmines road, Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service commencing at 9.45 a.m., for the Burwood Cemetery. LE PINE Se SON. JA1104._

DOWER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ADA ANNIE DOWER will leave Nelson Bros.» Chapel. 7 Droop street, Footscray, on MON- DAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Fawkner Crema- torium. NELSON BROS, Footscray (MW1301), and L. HUTCHESSON «to SON, Horsham.

FIELD. - The Funeral of the late ELIZA BETH FIELD will arrive at the Springvale Crematorium at 11 a.m. THIS DAY. HER- BERT KINO Se SONS. J3462.

GOVVETT. — The Funeral of the late Miss   ELLA GOVETT will leave Christ Church, South Yarra, on MONDAY (August 30), after a service commencing at 2.15. for the Spring- vale Crematorium. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD.. 102 Toorak road. South Yarra. Win. 66.  

HALL. —The Funeral of the late FRANCIS JAMES HALL will leave 22 Packer street, Murrumbeena, THIS DAY, at 10 30 a.m., for the Springvale Cemetery. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS PTY. LTD. JA5705.

KELLY. —Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. ROBERT AMBROSE KELLY will be celebrated at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Clunes, THIS DAY (Satur- day), at 10 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Clunes Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN PTY. LTD (FW1294), in conjunction with W. BARKELL, Clunes.  

LAMBERT. —The Funeral of the late JOHN T. LAMBERT will leave our parlours, Box Hill, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 9 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. LE PINE Se SON. JA1104._

LIVERSIDGE-The Funeral of the late Mrs. E. J. LIVERSIDGE, of Red H1U. will leave the Box Hill Baptist Church on MON- DAY, August 30, at 3 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery. _

LORD. - Tlie Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH MARGARET EMPHY LORD will leave -E. W. Jackson's chapel. Ferguson street, Williamstown North, THIS DAY (Saturday), at conclusion of a service com- mencing 10.40 a.m. ERNEST W. JACK

SON. Williamstown 25._ MADDER.-The Funeral of ^the late Mrs. AGNES MADDER will leave 107 'Finch street, East Malvern, THIS DAY. at 3 p.m.. for the Williamstown Cemetery. WALTER A. WARNE Footscray. MW1209._

McAREE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. FRANCES EMMA McAREE will leave Pad bury's Chapel, 13 Cotham road, Kew, THIS DAY. at 9.30 a.m.. for the Box Hill Ceme- tery. A. W. PADBURY Se Co.. Kew. Haw. 31;_

RADFORD.-Tlie Friends of the late ANNIE JANE RADFORD, of High street, Broadford, are informed that her remains will be interred in the Broadford Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to move from the residence of her sister-in-law (Mrs. Green- wood). McKenzie street. Broadford, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m. " GRAHAM DIGGLE, Funeral Director. Broadford._

SHKBA.--The Funeral of the late GEORGE EATON SHERA will leave his residence, 40 Hudson street. Coburg, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for Melbourne Crematorium. Fawkner.

R. B PENN. Coburg. FW2275._

SHEBA.-Unity Tent, 85, I.O.R.-Members are requested to attend the Funeral of our late Bro G. E. SHERA. P.C.R., leaving his late residence. 40 Hudson street, Coburg, THIS DAY (Saturday, August 28), at 3.30 p.m.. for the Crematorium, Fawkner. G. W HARTLEY, CR.; W. H. ANDREWS. Sec. '

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