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BIRTHS      

ANDERSON. —On January 17, at Bethle- hem private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson —a daughter (Rosmary Louise).  

ANDREWS. —On January 22, at Paken- ham Bush Nursing Hospital; to Capt. and  

Mrs. George Andrews, of Dandenong —a son (John Maxwell).          

BARNFATHER (Maggs). —On January 26, at Nellie Melba Hospital, Lilydale, to Ed

and Merle —a daughter (Sandra Carolyn).

BARNFATHER. —On January 26, to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Barnfather, Kalorama —a daughter (Sandra Carolyn).

BINNS (Mackenzie). —On January 23, at   Epworth, to Una and Jack —a daughter (Paul- ine C.). (Both well.)    

BOWER (nee Hall). —On January 23, at Airlie, Ivanhoe, to Helen and Lloyd — a daughter (Ailein Helen). (Both well.)  

BURROWS (nee Baker). —On January 23, at Dunstaffnage, Burwood, to Mollie and Ben —a son (Ian Thomas).

CALF (nee Lefeuvre). —On January 25, at Bethlehem private hospital, to Yvonne, wife of Lieut. W. Calf —a son.      

CAYZER (Gumley). —On January 20, at   Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Frank and Marj —a son (Ian Russell).  

CLOSE. —On January 1, at Nethercourt private hospital, Surrey Hills, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Close, 48 Essex road, Surrey Hills —a son (stillborn).      

COOK (Price). —On January 23, at Grace- dale, to Thelma and Neil —a daughter (Laraine Anne). (Both well.)

COUTIE (Lorna Keys). —On December 31, to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Coutie, Shoreham —a daughter.

DAVENPORT (nee Gladys Halpin). —On January 1, at the Community Hospital, Wan- garatta, to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Davenport,   Mayfield, Hansonville —a daughter (Jessie Francis). (Both well.)    

DAVIDSON (McMillan). –On January 24, at St. Elmo private hospital, to Connie and Keith –a daughter (Valda Jean).  

DE ROOD (nee Middleton). – On Janu- ary 23, at Margaret Coles, to Sgt.-Major and Mrs. E. M. de Rood –a daughter (Anita Susan).

DE STEIGER. —On January 24, at Mt. Gambier, to Rita, wife of Peter de Steiger

ELLERTON (Dredge). –On January 23, at   Mercy Hospital, to Lallah, wife of Flight- Lieutenant R. E. Ellerton –a son.    

ELLIOTT. –On January 20, at Moira, Sandringham, to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Elliott, 6 Raynes Park road, Hampton –a daughter (Robyn Margaret).                  

FITZGERALD (nee Davis). –On January 17, at Seskinore, South Camberwell, to Bernice, wife of R. J. Fitzgerald –a son.

FITHIE (nee Cunningham). —On January 9, at Seskinore, to John, and Grace —a son

(Peter John).

GEE (nee Errington). —On January 28, at Kurmala, Bendigo, to Kathleen, wife of Lieut. Phillp Gee –a son.        

HEATH. –On January 18, at Melbourne, to Margaret, wife of Dr. Noel Heath, of Geelong —a son (Noel Menzies).    

HEINE (nee Turner). —On January 11, at St. Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Betty, wife of Captain John Heine —a son (John Edward).        

HENDERSON (nee Raymond). —On January 21, at Mercy Hospital, to Jean and Chas., Greythorn road, North Balwyn –a daughter.

HENNING. —On January 22, at St. An- drew's, to Thel and Norm —a son (Paul Anthony).    

HENRY (nee Crawford). —On January 12,

Bethlehem, Kooyong road, Caulfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Henry —a daughter (Jennifer

Anne).      

HOWE. —On January 25, to Major and Mrs. H. V. Howe, 1 Pearson grove, Caulfield, formerly of Sydney —a daughter (Susan Carol). (Both well.)              

HUNTER. —On January 23, at Bethlehem Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hunter –a daughter. (Both well.)

JEFFREY. –On January 24, at the Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Lilian, wife of Alan H. Jeffrey –a daughter (Rosemary Lilian).

JOHNS (nee Gwen Hedrick). –On January 24, at Chelsea Community Hospital, to Gwen and Murray (R.A.A.R.) –a daughter (Eliza- beth Anne).              

LEAVER. –On January 24, to Marjorie, wife of Alan G. Leaver –a son.              

LEE (Doreen Marshall).-On January 19, at Llandyssll, to the wife of Jack-a son  

(Graham Barry).      

LOWNDES. —On January 27, at Bunyip, to Mr. and Mrs. James Lowndes –twins. (James and Judith).            

LUTTRELL (nee Daly). —On January 17, at Mercy Hospital, to Merle and Ford–   a daughter (Elizabeth Anne).    

MERRICK (Parish). —On January 26, at Bethesda, to Edna and Jack –a daughter (Annette Elizabeth).                

MILLHOUSE (Sorrell). –On January 26, at

Sacred Heart Hospital, Moreland, to Sig.

S. and Mrs. Millhouse –a son (lived two hours).

MILLIGAN (Russell). –On January 21, at

Kelvin Grove Hospital, Bacchus Marsh, to Beryl and Mick (R.A.N.) –a daughter (Denise Joy).

MORKHAM (nee Hardman). –On January 26, at Dunstaffnage, Burwood, to June, wife   of Thomas –a son (John Edward).

MUHLEBACH (nee Maree Coleman). –On January 27, at St. Vincent's Maternity Hos- pital, to Maree and Gavan, 6 Maitland avenue, East Kew –a daughter.      

MUIR (Broom). –On January 21, at Pen- zance, Numurkah, to Joyce and Jack – a  

daughter.              

PEARCE (Anne Rutter). –On January 19, at Epworth, to Andrew and Anne –twin sons (David Graham and Robert Arthur). (All well.)        

PEGLER. –On January 27, at Warrawee, Hawthorn, to Isabel, wife of Walter J. –a daughter.                

PETERSON. –On January 22, at St. An-   drew's Hospital, to Nettie and Oscar –a   daughter (Janice Lynnette).          

PIPER (nee Kellaway). —On January 27, at Guildford, Canterbury road, Camberwell, to Nance, wife of Lieut. J. R. N. Piper (R.A.N.V.R.) —a son.            

RAPHAEL. — On January 20, at the Mercy Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Raphael —a daughter (Prudence Elizabeth).    

REID (Follett). –On January 24, at Car- bethon, to Alma and Alex, Murrumbeena– a son (Lynton Thomas).              

ROBERTSON (nee Vagg). –On January 23, at Bethlehem, to Leigh and Shirley –a son (Perrian Wallace).        

SAMBLEBE (nee Fraser). —On January 26,   at St. George's Hospital, Kew, to Margaret and Frank –a son. (Both well.)        

SLEEMAN. –On January 13, to Mr. and Mrs. John Sleeman, Jerilderie –a daughter.

STAWELL. –On January 21, at Perth, the   wife of F.O. R. R. Stawell, New Guinea   —a son.                    

STEEDMAN (Hyder). —On January 23, at Mercy Hospital, to Betty and Clive –a son.

TUCKER (nee Una Salmon). – On Janu-   ary 23, at Padua House, Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tucker –a son (brother for Diana.                  

TURPIE (Pickworth). —On January 21, at St. Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Betty and Keith (R.A.A.F.) —a daughter (Judith Eliza- beth).            

WALTON. –On January 28, at St. George's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Walton- a daughter (Susan).      

WARD (McMillan). –On January 21, at   Airlie, Ivanhoe, to Jean and Laurie –a son (John Laurence).    

WARDROP (nee Stirling). –On January   24, at Bethlehem, to Flt.-Sgt. and Mrs. Peter John Wardrop –a daughter (Sandra

McDowall).

WESTON (nee Waterhouse). –On January 18, at Bush Nursing Hospital, Bright, to Kath and Alf –a son (Brian John).

WESTON (nee McColl). –On January 16, at Sydney, to Gwen and Roy (A.I.F., New   Guinea) –a son.

WINKLER (nee Perrottet). –On January 12, at St. George's Hospital, Kew, to Estelle, wife of Philip Churchman (U.S. Marine Corps) –a son (David Churchman).

WOOD (Murphy). –On December 31, at Koonara, Geelong, to Irene, wife of C. H.

Wood –a son (Peter Charles).      

FINKELSTElN. –Mrs. Cissie Finkelstein, of

Goldsmith street, Elwood, announces with great pleasure the barmitzvah of her eldest

son, Michael, on Saturday, February 6 at the Temple Beth Israel, Alma road, St. Kilda.

FINKELSTEIN. –Mr. Joe Finkelstein, of Chevron Hotel, St. Kilda road, has pleasure in announcing the Barmitzvah of his eldest son, Michael, on Saturday, February 6, at Temple Beth Israel, Alma road, St. Kilda.

BLAIR–JOLLEY. – On December 27,

Maureen, youngest daughter of Mr. J. C. Jolley and the late Mrs. Jolley, Wentworth,

N.S. Wales, and Robert Anthony, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Blair, Grange rd., Toorak.              

BOYLE–BOLGER. –On January 1, at Bundeera road Methodist Church, Clarice     Crowley, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs.   G. G. Bolger, 21 Narrawong road, Caulfield, to Lance-Bombardier Harold Trenerry, A.I.F., third son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Boyle, Strathmore, Boort.          

CARTER–BUNBURY. –On December 27, at the home of the bride's brother, Avenue Athol, Canterbury, by Chaplain E. M. Watts, Ada Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. and  

Mrs. W. A. Bunbury, Cecil street, Kew, to Leonard Henry Carter, R.A.A.F., eldest son of Mrs. Carter, of Ballarat, and the late Mr. W. H. Carter.

DOW–PERKIN. – On January 8, at Scots Church, by Rev. Golder Burns, Peter, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dow, Glen Iris to ? , eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Perkin, East Brunswick.

MARRIAGES

HAY–ADAMS. –On January 25, at South- port, Queensland, Allison Marion, elder daughter of A. Parker Adams and the late Mrs. Adams, of Gilgai, Nagambie, to Capt. David Osborne Hay, A.I.F. (returned), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hay,

Barwon Heads.

JAQUES–HARLE. –On December 29, 1943, at St. Philip's, Sydney, by the Rev. Arch- deacon Begbie, Peter Charles (returned M.E.), A.I.F., only son of Mr. and Mrs.   G. A. Jaques, Union Bank of Australia Ltd., Moonee Ponds, to Edith (Biddy), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. A. Harle, Union Bank, Haymarket, Sydney.

MOORE–HAMILTON. – On January 12, at Presbyterian Church, Murtoa, by the Rev. J. P. Schussler, Vera Evelyn, only daughter of Mrs. A. Hamilton, Duncan street, Murtoa, to Sydney R. V. Moore, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D Moore, Lloyd street, Murtoa.

MOUNTJOY–SMITH. – On December 24, 1943, by the Rev. E. Jones Roberts, Annie E. D. Smith, of Braeside, 229 Buckley street, Essendon, to Alan C. Mountjoy, of Aisne, 4 Glen st., Essendon.        

GOLDEN WEDDINGS      

APPLEBY–WINDLEY. –On January 24,   1894, at St. Luke's Church, South Melbourne, by Rev. Rivers B. Dickinson, M.A., William Ernest Appleby to Margaret Windley. (Present address, Tewantin, Queensland.)

LEIGH–WALMSLEY. –On January 31, 1894, at St. Augustine's Church, Preston, Lancs, England, by Rev. Canon Cosgrove, assisted by Rev. Father Richmond, Emma Isobel, youngest daughter of John and Mary   Walmsley, to Charles E., youngest son of Charles and Margaret Leigh, of Fishergate, Preston, Lancs, England. (Present address, 178 South road, Brighton, S.6.)

DIAMOND WEDDING

O'NEILL. –Mr. and Mrs. James O'Neill, of 54 Hope street, Brunswick, announce with pleasure the 60th anniversary of their mar- riage, celebrated at SS. Peter and Paul's, South Melbourne, on January 30, 1884, by the late Most Rev. Dean O'Driscoll, and invite friends to attend a celebration at   West Brunswick Bowling Club Hall, Victoria streets West Brunswick, at 6 o'clock tonight. 65th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

FLEET. –Mr. and Mrs. Fleet announce with gratitude the 65th anniversary of their wed

DEATHS

On Active Service

BOYD. –On January 23, at Mount Isa, Queensland, 40014 L.A.C. Leslie Cyril, dearly loved second son of Samuel and Kathleen Boyd, 27 Barkly street, Brighton, loved brother of Hugh, Eric, and Vene, aged 23 years, late R.A.N.R. –R.I.P.

COCKERELL. –On January 25, New Guinea, Sub-Lieutenant George Thomas Keith, dearly beloved only son of George and Adelaide Cockerell, 129 Prospect Hill road, Camberwell, loving brother of Gladys (deceased), Mavis (deceased), and Adelaide, and loving fiance of Gwen Fox, of Kanumbra, aged 22 years. –In God's care.

COCKERELL. –In memory of Sub-Lieut George Thomas Keith Cockerell, beloved cousin of E. J. and W. S. Morcom, who died of injuries on January 25, in New Guinea.      

COX –-On January 23 (killed aircraft ac- cident, England), Pilot-Officer Keith Kip- ling, R.A.A.F., beloved only son of George   and Louisa, and loved brother of Lorna, and loved uncle of little Gary.

DONNELLAN. –On January 15, drowned in Queensland, Sgt. Edward, beloved brother of William, brother-in-law of Thelma, loved uncle of Patricia and Thelma. –We will ever remember.  

DOWN. –On January 27, at Heidelberg Military Hospital, Flight-Lieutenant William D. Down (R.A.A.F.), beloved husband of   Patricia, 24 Wamba road, Ivanhoe, aged 27

years.      

DOWN. –On January 27, at Heidelberg Military Hospital, Flight-Lieutenant William D. Down (R.A.A.F.), beloved elder son of the late Francis Down (Codrington) and Mary Down, 24 Wamba road, Ivanhoe, and dearly loved brother of Ian (R.A.A.F.) and Meron, aged 27 years.

DOWN. –On January 27, at Heidelberg Military Hospital, Flight-Lieutenant William D. Down (R.A.A.F.), beloved eldest grand- son of the late William and Mary Downes (Parkville), and dearly loved nephew of Mattie (deceased), Aitken, and Belle, John, and Blanche, and Meron.        

GRACE. –On January 27 (result of acci- dent), William J. A. (late 1st A.I.F. and H.S., 2nd A.I.F.), son of the late Gerald   and Bridget Grace, brother of Gerald J. (deceased), Thomas Dee (deceased), Michael (deceased), and Edmond L., born Panmure, Vic., aged 61. –R.I.P.      

HARRIS. –VX91739, Pte. G. E., killed in

action, N.G., January 8, loved son of Dais and late John, loving brother of John, Noel (deceased), and Peg, aged 26.

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DEATHS

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HARRIS. –VX91739, Pte. G. E., killed in action, N.G., January 8, loved nephew of Uncle Jim and Auntie Doll, cousin of Max, Norma, and Betty Ross.

HARRIS. –On January 8, killed in action, New Guinea, VX91739 Gordon, loving friend of Lil. –Sadly missed.

MADDOCK. –On January 27, at Melbourne (result of accident), Bertram, loving husband of Gertrude, and affectionate father of Joan, Don, and Gwyn, late 1st A.I.F. and A.M.F.  

PUNTON. –A loving tribute to Private Keith Punton, A.I.F., killed December 7.   –You were loved by all, Keith. (Inserted by his many friends at Calandra, Brisbane.)

TAYLOR. –On January 27 (result of air- craft accident), at Western Junction, Tas- mania, L.A.C. Harold Reginald Taylor, dearly loved eldest son of Thomas and Flora E. Taylor, 2 Chester street, Burwood, and de- voted brother of Bruce (A.M.F.) and Ronald.     –We will always remember you smiling.

THORPE. –On January 17 (died of wounds, New Guinea), Corp. Eric J. Thorpe (ret. M.E.), beloved younger son of Frank and Jessie Thorpe, Mt. View street, Croydon, loved brother of Frank, Kathleen (Mrs. Inno- cent), and Phyllis.

THORPE. –Corporal E. J. (M.E. and N.G.),   died of wounds, January 17, loved brother of Kathleen (Mrs. Innocent), brother-in- law of Rev. A. J. Innocent, and uncle of Margaret and Frances.

THORPE. –On January 17, at New Guinea, died of wounds, VX31619, Corporal Eric Joseph, loved fiance of Mary Fairbairn.

THORPE. –A tribute to the memory of Corporal Eric Thorpe, who died of wounds, New Guinea, January 17. –Greater love hath no man. (Inserted by his friends and fellow members, Collins street Baptist Christian Endeavour Society.)

WILSON. –Pte. Jock Wilson, VX27953, who made the supreme sacrifice for his country January 1, 1944. (Inserted as a tribute of esteem and affection by his work- mates, Hart & Co. Pty. Ltd.)  

ADAMS. –A tribute to the memory of Gladys, from the Employees of Buckley and

Nunn. –R.I.P.  

BACKHAUS. –On January 22, at his late residence, Allambie, 527 Wilson street, Al- bury, Arnold Alfred, beloved husband of Nell, loving father of Helen E., Mrs. Wil- liams (Tallangatta Valley), Florence (Al- bury), Alice, Mrs. Reid (Ormond).

BASSET. -–On January 24, at her resi-   dence, Meyer street, Donald, Lucinda, loved wife of Charles W. Basset, and loving mother of Rowe, Dorrie (Mrs. T. Bull), Linda (de- ceased), Nell (Mrs. R. Matheson), and Leslie,

aged 63 years.

BASSET. –On January 24, at Donald, Lucinda, dearly loved mother of Nell (Mrs. Matheson, Drouin), mother-in-law of Ron, and grandma of Betty and Ken.

BENISON. –On January 25, at Melbourne, Phillip, the beloved brother of Timothy

(California) and Elizabeth Benison (North

Fitzroy). –At rest.

BENNELL. –On January 25, at Cowes, Elizabeth, wife of the late Henry Bennell, loved sister of Amos (deceased), Maria, Miriam (deceased), Blanche (deceased), Wal- ter, John (deceased), Harmon, aged 62 years.

BLAKE. –On January 23, Louisa Godwin Blake late of the G.P.O., beloved daughter   of the late Charles and Caroline Blake, of South Melbourne, in her 80th year. –Peace, perfect peace. (Inserted by her brother,

George.)

COLE. –On January 15, at her residence, 33 Prince Albert street, Mosman, N.S.W.,   Mary Girdham, beloved aunt of Tressie Madden, aged 85 years. (Privately cre-

mated.)

COUSINS. – On January 22 (suddenly), at 89 Armstrong street, Middle Park, Alfred George, loving husband of Jean, father of Ivan and Vivian (deceased), brother-in-law

of Alex. Macadam.

COUSINS. –On January 22 (suddenly), at Middle Park, Alfred George, loved brother of Clem and Murray, son of the late George  

and Clara Cousins.

COYLES. –On January 23, at Diamond Creek, Ivy, beloved sister of Pearle. (Mrs.  

Brooks), Claude, Ella (Mrs. Tye).

CROSSLEY. – On January 24 (suddenly), Frances, wife of Robert E. Crossley, Nekarbo,

Cobar, N.S. Wales.

CUNINGHAM. –On January 28, at Newby, 266 Williams road, Toorak, Agnes Hunter,  

widow of Arthur Mactier Cuningham.

DALY. –On January 28, at 76 Venice street, Mentone, Jean Lawson, loved sister of Charles, aged 83 years.  

DAWSON. –A tribute to the memory of

Carrie, who passed away January 24, loving and loved wife of Arthur, and friend of Mr.   and Mrs. W. H. Lugton. –We loved thee well, but Jesus loved thee best.  

DEAN. –On January 27, at 126 Martin  

street, Gardenvale, Alice Dean, mother of Minnie, mother-in-law of Phil, darling nan of Marge and Joan. –At rest.  

DELANEY. –On January 27, at 1484 Mal- vern road, Glen Iris, Annie Catherine, be- loved wife of the late Thomas James De- laney, and loving mother of Meta, Bob, Theo, Charlie, Jack, Pat., Fred., Dolly, and Les., aged 72 years. –R.I.P.    

DUNCAN. –On January 28, at the residence of her son, 46 King Edward avenue, Sun- shine Mary Elizabeth Duncan, of Lawler,  

Minyip, loved mother of Lawler, grandmother of Jean, Kenneth, and Bruce, aged 70 years.

DWYER. –On January 28, at Hamilton Russell House, Margaret, dearly loved daugh- ter of Johanna and the late George Wil- liam Dwyer, of 240 Victoria parade, East Melbourne, and lovjng sister of Mary (Mrs. P. Hourigan), John, Sheila (deceased),  

Terence, Kathleen (deceased), Patricia (Mrs. B. Hussey), and George, aged 22 years. –Requiescat in pace,

ELLIOT. –On January 28, at private hos- pital, Melbourne, Mary Emma Elliot, of 801  

Burwood raod, East Hawthorn, widow of James (formerly of Kelso Park, Talgarno),   and loving mother of Mona and Sibley, aged

84 years.

GREADY. —On January 27 (suddenly), at

Geelong, Harold, the dearly loved husband of Isabel Gready, (of Winchelsea), and de- voted father of Victor and Owen, and loved son of Johanna and the late Henry John Gready. Loving brother of Clarence Gready, and loved stepbrother of William Koenig, aged 39 years. (Remains at Alex. Monro's private mortuary, Geelong.)

HALL. —On January 23, at a private hos- pital, Geelong, Margaret Jeanette, the  

dearly loved wife of Richard Garnet Hall, Drysdale, devoted mother of Lindsay, loved sister of Elizabeth Ferguson, loving mother- in-law of Violet, and grandma of little

Richard.  

HICKS. — On January 22 (suddenly), Richard, beloved husband of Alice, and loved father of Garnet (Ouyen), Charles (R.A.A.F.).

JOHNSON.— On January 22, at Sydney,

William Morley Johnson, of Heydon avenue, Warrawee, late of Kyneton and Bendigo,

aged 80 years.

KELLEY. —On January 27, at the Anzac Hostel, Brighton, Alexander Dewar, dearly loved son of Robert (deceased) and Annie Kelley, loved brother of Adelaide (Mrs. Mullin), Coral, Stella (Mrs. Wilson), Mona (Mrs. Macpherson), and Joyce (late 58th Battalion, First A.I.F.).

KLANG. —On January 28, at 1 Alexander

street, Box Hill, Hannah, beloved wife of the late John Klang, of Newcastle, aged 92

years. —At rest.

LONGNEY. —On January 26, at Palmerston North, New Zealand, Nathaniel, loving father of Jane, aged 86 years.

MACGAVIN. —On January 28, at his resi- dence, 2 Corio street, Sunshine, Edward, loved husband of Annie MacGavin, loving father of Murdoch (Jock) and William, aged 62 years, late of H. V. McKay, and late of Corowa. (N.S.W. papers please copy.)    

MEAGHER. — On January 21, Stephen Vincent, of 2 Staff street, Footscray, be- loved husband of Ellen (deceased), loving father of John (deceased), Thomas, Alice, Mary, Ruby, Stephen, Kathleen, William, Clara, aged 85 years. —May his soul rest in  

peace. (Inserted by his loving family.)

MILLER. —On January 22, at Horsham,

Jim, loved husband of Alma brother of WUilam (Black Rock) and Margaret (Mrs. Les Williams, Brighton).

MILLETT. —On January 24 (accidentally drowned, together with, his dear friend,  

John Tonkins), Charles Hamlet William, the dearly loved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Millett, Leongatha South, much-loved nance of Gloria Tomkins, and dearly loved brother of Phyllis, Stanley, Glenda, and Wilma, aged 23 years. —So dearly loved,

so sadly missed.

MILLETT. —On January 24 (accidentally drowned), Charles, dearly loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hollings, and loved cousin of Edna, Ted, Warwick (R.A.AF., abroad), and Mavis. —Some day, some time, we'll

understand.

MORTON. —On January 25, at 403 Claren- don street, Ballarat, Emily, widow of the late David Morton, and mother of David (Caulfield), Ellen (Mrs. G. Hamilton, Els- ternwick), Emily, George, Grace, Frank (de- ceased), Arthur (Malvern), and Eric, aged 88 years. —Perfect peace.

NASH. —On January 28, Amy Florence, only daughter of the late W. H. and A. F. Nash, Fulham, Cameron street, North Brunswick, loved sister of William and Ray- mond, aged 63 years. (Inserted by her

brothers.)

NASH. —On January 28, at Melbourne, Amy Florence Nash, late of 7 Cameron street,   North Brunswick, late kindergarten directress. —A patient sufferer at rest.

NASH. —On January 28, at Melbourne,

Amy Florence Nash, sincere friend of Louis Nye. —Sadly missed.

RICHARDS. —On January 28, Sarah Jean, beloved wife of William John Richards, The Laurels, The Basin, loved mother of Isobel (Mrs. Hugh Chandler), loving grandma of Henry, Colin, and Ellen.    

DEATHS    

ROWE. –On December 15, 1943, in London, Annie, widow of Charles Janes Rowe, and dear mother of Felix Rowe, Surrey Lodge, Henley-on-Thames, and eldest daughter of the late Charles and Elizabeth Gray, of Vic- toria, Australia, aged 86[?] years.  

BELWOOD. –On January 28, at her home, Guildford, 127 South road, Brighton, Sarah Fox, dearly beloved wife of the late Frank Belwood, and loving mother of Gertrude   Deliah, mother-in-law of Crawford McAliece, and beloved grandmother of Jean. Passed peacefully away. –In God's care.

SISTER ELEANOR. –On January 28, Sister Eleanor, of the Community of the Holy Name, Cheltenham.

SMALL. –On December 21 (accidentally killed), John, of 66 Shierlaw street, North Richmond, Adelaide, aged 57 years. –Deeply mourned by loving wife, Bessie Small.  

SMITH. –On January 28 (suddenly), at 22 Lyndhurst street, Richmond, Rosa, dearly loved wife of Charles Smith, loved mother

of Rosa and Charles.

SPICER. –On December 28, at New Zea- land, Thomas, son of the late William and Sarah, of Meredith, Victoria, aged 69 years. (Inserted by his sister, Lizzie–Mrs. Rus- sell.)    

SPRATT. –On January 24, Thursa, loved wife of the late Frank Spratt, and dearly loved mother of Dora (Mrs. Ashwell, Alph- ington) and Frank (Kew), aged 81 years. –Peacefully sleeping.

THOMAS. –On January 28, at his home, Koonwarra, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, Frederick Charles Henry, dearly beloved hus- band of Lena Thomas, and loving father of Fred (deceased), Ada (Mrs. C. V. Whistler), Ruby (Mrs. A G. Brown), Dons (Mrs. Morris Sallmann), Eleanor (Mrs. Donald McBeath), Melba (Mrs. V. S. Meyers), aged 78 years.      

THOMAS. –On January 28, at his resi- dence, Koonwarra, 549 St. Kilda road, Frederick Charles, dearly loved husband of Lena, father of Ada Whistler, grandfather of Dorothy Cooper, and great-grandfather of

Jennifer.

THOMAS. –On January 28, passed peace- fully away at Koonwarra, St. Kilda road, Frederick, dearly beloved father and father-

in-law of Doris and Morris Sallmann.

THOMAS. –At his residence, Koonwarra, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, Frederick Charles, loving father of Ruby, esteemed father-in-law of Arch, and loved grandfather of Buster (deceased) and Marjorie.

THOMAS. –Frederick Charles, beloved father of Billie, loved father-in-law of Don, and grandfather of Kevin McBeath.

THOMAS. –Frederick Charles, beloved father of Babe, loved father-in-law of Val, and grandfather of Gloria and Barry.

THOMAS. –On January 28, passed peace- fully away at Koonwarra, St. Kilda road, Frederick, dearly beloved grandfather of Lois Abrahams (Sydney) and Anthony Sallmann.

TOBIN. –On January 28, at her residence, 13 Kent street, Flemington, Alice, the dearly loved wife of Thomas Tobin, and loving mother of Winifred (Mrs. J. E. Kelly), John, Mollie, Leo, Joseph (deceased). Alphonsus, Bernard (deceased), Noel, Thomas, and Kevin, aged 70 years. –Requiescat in pace.

WAREHAM. –On January 22, William, of Walpeup, husband of late Sarah, father of Alex, Jessie, Evelyn, Effie, Norman (de- ceased), aged 77 years.

WAREHAM. – William, late Walpeup, be- loved father-in-law of Flo, grandpa of Bill and Ronnie; also Alan (Second A.I.F.), and Betty.

WAY. –On January 15, Henry Laurence, dearly loved husband of Annie, loved brother- in-law of Jane, Bert, and loved uncle of Joan Howie, Whitehall street, Footscray,

WEEDON. –On January 24 (suddenly), at Corowa, David, loved husband of Ida, aged 60 years.

WHITE. –On January 27, at Jessie McPherson Hospital, Elizabeth Marjorie, dearly loved baby daughter of Marjorie and Tom, of 294 Hope street, Brunswick West, aged 26 days.

WILLIATT. –On January 23,at Kyneton, Ruth Annie, widow of William Robert, late of Carlsruhe, loved mother of Adam, New- man, Margaret, Euphemia (Mrs. Crowe), Winnifred, May, and Hazel (Mrs. W. Sadler), and beloved grandma of Patricia, Frances, Wilma, Valerie, and Effie. (Privately in- terred Woodend Cemetery.)

WILLIATT. –On January 23, at Kyneton, Ruth Annie, widow of William Robert, late of Carlsruhe, loved mother of Hazel, and mother-in-law of Walter Sadler.

WILLIATT. –On January 23, at Kyneton, Ruth Annie, widow of William Robert, late of Carlsruhe, loved mother of Euphemia, and mother-in-law of M. J. Crowe, grandma of Patricia, Frances, Wilma, Valerie, and

Effie.

WOOD. –On January 26, at private hos- pital, Elsternwick, John Thomas, dearly loved uncle of William John and Queenie Thompson, and great-uncle of Lois (Betty), Leila, and Louis. –At rest.

WOOD. –On January 26, at private hos- pital, Elsternwick, John Thomas (late of Beechworth, and Cheltenham), loved great uncle of Betty and Bill Percy. –We'll always remember.

WORLEDGE. —On January 24, at Erndor, Susan street, Sandringham, Dora Daymonda, dearly loved wife of Ernest Edgar, loving mother of Edgar Allan (A.I.F., N.G.), Bruce (R.N.Z.A.F.), Marjorie Raynor (Mrs. J. Wil- lis), Vivien Astley (Mrs. J. A. Garner). (Cremated Springvale, January 20.)

WORLEDGE (Burrows). —On January 24, at her residence, Erndor, Susan street, Sand- ringham, Dora Daymonda, dearly loved and loving sister of Lou (Mrs. Welsford), Geo. (deceased), Jack (deceased), Tom, May (Mrs. Stott, deceased), Bessie (Mrs. J. C. Dowdle), Millicent (Mrs. E. W. Watson). Frances (Mrs. P. H. Trood), and Syd. —Our

dear Bon.

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour–On Active Service

BRISTOL. –In proud and loving memory, of our dear Edgar (returned Middle East), killed, New Guinea, January 29, 1943. (Mother, Hula, Guy, A.I.F., and David prisoner of war, Germany.)

BULLOCK. –In loving memory of my son, Lieut. W. W. (Tom) Bullock, killed in action, New Guinea, January 28, 1943, loved brother of Kathleen and Don (R.A.A.F.). –Lest we forget.

CATRON. –A tribute to the memory of Sergeant-Pilot William Alan, who made the supreme sacrifice January 30, 1943, England, only son of Lieut.–Colonel J. Catron and Mrs. Catron. –Greater love hath no man. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. W. McFarlane, and Diana, Caulfield.)

CATRON. –In loving memory of Bill, ser- geant-pilot, R.A.A.F., attached R.A.F., killed England, January 30, 1943. Also in memory of his pal, Sergeant-Observer Ken Killeen. (Inserted by his parents and sister.)

CATRON. –In proud memory of Sgt.-Pilot Bill Catron, esteemed friend of Sgt. K. B. Killeen (deceased), who lost his life, result of aircraft accident, England, January 30, 1943. –Duty nobly done.

COLE, 401302. –In proud memory of Flt. Sgt. Elliot Livesey (Bill), killed air opera- tions, England, January 31, 1942. –Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. (Georges War Workers, 162 Collins street.)

COLE, 401302. –A tribute to Bill (display dept.), killed air operations, England January 31, 1943, from his fellow workers of the staff of Georges Ltd., Collins street. –At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

KILLEEN. –In loving memory of my be- loved husband, Sgt. Kenneth B. Killeen, R.A.A.F., who lost his life on January 30, 1943, result, of aircraft accident, England, father of baby Barbara (deceased). –All   I have left are memories. (Inserted by his loving wife, Shirley.)

MENNER. –In loving memory of "Poley," VX3300, Cpl. N. L. Menner, died of wounds, N.G., January 30, 1943. –Ever I'll re- member, Itmoak. (Audrey.)

METHVEN. – In fond and loving memory of Pilot-Officer Stuartson Methven, who was killed during raid on Berlin, January 29, 1943. (Inserted by the staff of M. Donaghy  

& Sons Pty. Ltd., Geelong and Melbourne.)

AITKEN. –In loving memory of our dear mother and wife, Agnes, who passed away on January 29, 1943. –To fall asleep is not to die. To dwell with Christ is better

life.

ANDERSON. –In loving memory of my dear daughter, Gladys, who passed away January 29, 1942. –For ever in my thoughts. (In- serted by her mother and cousin, Brian.)

ANDERSON. —In fond memory of dear Jackie, accidentally killed at Rushworth January 29, 1943. —Gone but always re- membered. (Inserted by Auntie Ivy, Uncle Fred, and family.)

ANGOVE. –To the loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away January 29, 1939. –A memory ever dear. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Doris.)

BLOOM. –In loving memory of my dear husband, Charlie, accidentally killed Janu- ary 30, 1943. –For ever I'll remember. (Ada.)

CALDER. –In loving and cherished memory of my dear mother, who passed away on January 29, 1942. –A wonderful mother at rest. (Inserted by her loving son, Arthur.)

CANAVAN. –In loving memory of my dear husband and daddy, who was called home February 1, 1943. (Inserted by his loving wife and son, Graeme.)

CARLYLE. –In loving memory of William Dickie, beloved husband of the late Annie, and loving father of Marjorie and Tom, passed away January 29, 1941. –Peace, per- fect peace. (Insetted by his daughter and

son.)

CARLYLE. –In loving memory of my dear friend, Will, who was called home January 29, 1941. –Thoughts move back to happier days; life moves on, but memories stay. Sadly missed. (Inserted by Gordon Milburn, Kensington.)        

COOKE. –In loving memory of Charles Henry, son of the late Alexander and Jane Cooke, and loved brother of R. N. Cooke.

–Ever remembered.

IN MIMORIAM    

COY. – In loving memory of our dear brother, Bert, who passed away January 29, 1943. –Sadly missed. (Inserted by Alice and Will.)      

CHASE. –In loving memory of our dear daughter, who passed away January 29, 1938. –We are thinking of you today and   every day. (Inserted by her loving father and mother, E. and I. Padgett.)

CROTTY. –In fond memory of our daugh- ter, Elizabeth (Mrs. L. Clarke), who died at Berwick January 28, 1943. –Thy willing hands toll no more. (F. and E. Crotty,

Kew.)

DUFFY. –In loving memory of Joseph Michael Duffy, who died suddenly at Geelong January 28, 1925. –Ever remembered.

EASTON. –In memory of mother, who passed into a higher service on January 30, 1942. (Inserted by her son and daughter- in-law, Edyth.)

EASTON. –In loving memory of mother, passed peacefully away January 30, 1942. –Peace, perfect peace. (Gladys and Andrew Gowans.)

EASTON. –In loving memory of mother, who passed away January 30, 1942. –Leaves of memory softly fall. (Loving daughter, Laura, and son-in-law, Bob.)

FAULL. –In loving memory of my dear husband, Thomas, and our father, who passed away January 30, 1943. (Inserted by his lov- ing wife and family, May, Bert, R.A.A.F.; and Nell Mrs. L. R. Meadows, Boort.)

FOWLER. –In loving memory of my dear wife, Mary, who was translated to the higher life on January 29, 1943. (Inserted by C. Fowler, Methodist Parsonage, Heathcote.)

FOWLER. –In loving memory of our dar- ling mother, who passed away at Heath-   cote January 29, 1943. (Inserted by her lov- ing son, Rex, and daughter-in-law, Renee.)

FOWLER. –In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away January 29, 1943. (Inserted by son, Glen, daughter-in-law Mary, granddaughter Margaret.)

FOWLER. –In esteemed memory of Cecil Fowler, who passed away on January 29, 1942. –Always remembered. (Inserted by members of the Thalian Social Club.)

FRANCIS. –In loving memory of our dear aunt, Nellie, who passed away January 30, 1942. (Inserted by Shirley, Bay, and Wynne Johannsen.)

GALLOWAY. –In memory of my friend, Richard F. Galloway, who passed away Janu- ary 29, 1943. –At rest. (Inserted by Lorna.)

GOAD. –Loving memories of dear May, be- loved friend of Blossom, died January 29, 1943. –Still so sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving friend, B. Wright, 24 Collins street, Essendon.)

GUNNER. –In loving memory of my dear mother, Catherine Marcella, who departed this life January 29.,1943. –For ever I'll   remember. (Inserted by her sorrowing son, Tim.)  

HARDENACK. –In fond memory of my dear wife and my darling mother, Ada, who left us January 29, 1942. –Dear mother. (Inserted by the loving husband and daughter, Myra.)

HAYCRAFT. –In memory of our dear mother, who passed away January 27, 1940. –Fondly remembered. (Inserted by her sons, Ernest Raymond, and Albert.)

JOHNSTON. –In loving memory of Richard, passed away January 29, 1939. –Peace, perfect peace, with loved ones far away. (Inserted by his sister.)

LEITCH. –On January 30, 1940, Peter, loving husband of Ella, and loving father of Betty, Don, and Campbell, passed away suddenly. –Still in our hearts a memory is kept of one we love and never forget. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

LETHLEAN. – To the ever-cherished memory of our dearly beloved mother, Emily, who passed away January 27, 1943. (Inserted by her daughter and son-in-law, Ena and Max Rogers, 5 Spring rd., South Caulfield.)

McCALLUM. –In loving memory of my dear husband, William Duncan, who passed away January 30, 1943, loving father of William John and Duncan; father-in-law of Francis, Rita, and Dorothy, late Craigieburn, Warbur- ton. (Inserted by his loving wife and sons.)

MCDOUGALL. – In loving memory of Marion, who passed away on January 30, 1930. (Inserted by her daughters, Em, Jean, Mary, Frances, and Bon.)

MULLINS. –In fondest memory of my dear wife and loving mother, who passed away January 29, 1943. –Sadly missed by all. (Inserted by her loving husband and family, Alf Mullins, 1421 High street, Glen Iris.)

MURRAY. – In loving memory of Auntie Lil, who died January 28, 1943. –Ever re- membered. (Inserted by Amy, Oscar, and Irene.)

NITZ. –In loving memory of our dear mother, Bertha Nitz, who died on January 28.,1928; also our dear father, Franz Nitz,   who died on February 28, 1936; also our dear sister, Lily, who died on February 1, 1926. –Reunited.

OPAS. –In loving memory of our dear father, Phillip, who passed away January 29, 1931; also our darling mother. –May their dear souls rest in peace. (Inserted by their loving children, Joe, Connie, and Beck.)

PIGGIN. –In fond and loving memory of my father, Arthur Alexander, who passed away January 29, 1942. (Marjorie.)

RISK. –Sweetest memories of my dearest little mother, who passed to a higher life on January 29, 1943. (Inserted by Hilma Alleyne Locke.)

RIX. –In loving memory of our darling mother, who passed away on January 29, 1932; also our dear father, who passed away on December 8, 1938; and our dear brother, who passed away on March 23, 1938. –Memories. (Inserted by their family.)

ROUT. –In loving memory of our dear mother and nanny, who passed away January 24, 1942. –Loving memories. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Stella; son-in-law Jack, and dear granddaughter, Patricia Coffey.)  

RUSSELL. – In loving memory of our mother, who passed away January 29, 1943. –Sadly missed. (Inserted by her daughters, Vera and Ethel.)

SHEPPARD. –In loving remembrance of Bruce Leonard, our beloved son, who passed from this life January 29, 1940. –Silent   thoughts bring many a tear. (Inserted by his loving mother father, brothers, Kevin, Noel; sister, Dorothy.)  

SMITH. – Cherished memories of our loved late president, Mrs. J. Smith, who was called to higher service January 30, 1943. (Inserted by members of the W.A.O.M.   Ladies' Guild and Sewing Circle, Frankston.)

SQUIRES. –In loving memory of our dear- est mother, who passed away January 30, 1941. –Always remembered. (Inserted by Jose and Fred.)

STAGG. –In memory of our dear friend, Eileen, who died January 27, 1943. (Eileen and Alan Lever.)

WALLACE. –In loving memory of Darrell, who passed away January 28, 1943. –For ever I will remember. (By his loving Auntie Myrtle.)

WALSH. –In cherished memory of my be- loved husband, John, who passed away on January 30, 1942. (Inserted by his loving wife, Frances, 18 Lewisham road, Windsor.)

WALSH. –In memory of my dearly beloved father, John, who passed away on January 30, 1942. (Hazel.)

WALSH. –In loving memory of our beloved pa and grandpa John, who passed away on January 30, 1942. (Inserted by his son, Norman, Ellie, and children.)

WALSH. –In memory of the late John Walsh, who passed away January 30, 1942. –We still remember. (Inserted by the em- ployees of Walsh and Co., Provost street, North Melbourne.)

WALTERS. –In loving memory of my dear brother, Robert, who passed away on Janu- ary 30, 1943. –You are not forgotten, or ever will you be, as long as life and memory last, I will remember you. (Inserted by his loving brother, Fred.)

WEBB. –In loving memory of James Rich- ard, dear dad and grandpa, died January 29, 1939; also his beloved wife, Margaret Catherine, dearest mum and nanna, June 16, 1943. –Dearly loved and sadly missed by their daughter, Winnie, and family, of Tas-

mania.

WHITTAKER. –In loving memory of our dear little son and brother, John, who passed away January 30, 1943. –Not Just today, but every day, in silence we remember. (Inserted by his loving parents, sister, and brothers.)

WIGLEY. –Arthur Wigley, of Ringwood, who passed away January 30, 1943, in lov- ing and honoured memory. (Inserted by his wife and family.)

WYLIE. –In memory of my brother, John, who passed away in Geelong January 30, 1943. –Sadly missed. (Inserted by his lov- ing sister, L. M. Fish.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

ANDERSON. –The Sons and Daughters of the late JOHN HENRY ANDERSON desire to THANK all kind friends and relations for cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their re-

cent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as sincere gratitude. Special thanks to Dr. Burke, also Mrs. G. Anderson (Moo- roopna). (18 Johnston street, Croxton.)

BRADSHAW. –Mrs. C. BRADSHAW and Daughters desire to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. Shad- forth, 35 Donald street Brunswick.

CARRUCAN. –Mrs. M. CARRUCAN and Family wish to THANK all relations and   friends for telegrams, letters, cards, and   personal expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement. –Will all please accept this as a personal expression or our sincere gratitude. Dalton street, Eltham.

COCHRANE. – Mr. C. COCHRANE and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please, ac- cept this as a personal acknowledgment of their sincere gratitude. 93 Martin street,   Gardenvale.        

BEREAVEMENT CARDS    

DYER. –Mrs. KATHLEEN DYER and Family desire to THANK sincerely all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for tele- grams, letters, cards, floral tokens, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; also especially thanking the staff or the Myer Emporium and sisters of Freemasons' Hospital. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our sincere gratitude. 5 Hyton crescent, Studley Park. (Adelaide papers please copy.)

FRENCH. –Mr. and Mrs. A. E. FRENCH and Family wish to THANK friends and relatives for their kindly expressions of sym- pathy in their sad bereavement.  

GRAHAM. –Mr. and Mrs. A. L. GRAHAM and Sons desire to THANK all kind rela- tives, friends, and neighbours for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their re- cent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our grati- tude. 48 Regent street, Elsternwick.

GRANDIN. – The Family of the late Mrs. GRACE GRANDIN, of 6 Watson grove. Glen- huntly, wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all kindly accept this acknow- ledgment of our sincere gratitude.

HOLMES. –The Family of the late Mr. J. T. HOLMES wish to THANK the many relatives and friends for letters, cards, tele- grams, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy received during their recent sad bereavement. With special thanks to Dr. Egerton Hill. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our thanks. Hazel Dene, Howara street, Glen Iris.

HUNT. –Mrs. HUNT and Family wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for their letters, cards, telegrams, floral tri- butes, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our sincere gratitude. 18 Maud street,

Ormond.

JACKA (Hart). – The Family of the late ELLEN JACKA wish to THANK relaUves and friends for their kind expressions of sym- pathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal expression of gratitude.

I JOHNSON. –Mr. N. F. JOHNSON, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. WITCHELL and Family wish to THANK relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, and help in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as our grateful acknow-

ledgment.

KANATOPSKY. –Mr. and Mrs. W. KANATOPSKY, Sara, and Aaron desire to THANK all relatives, friends, school teachers, and schoolgirl friends for telegrams, cards, letters, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in their recent sad bereavement on the tragic loss of their beloved Tama. Will all please accept this as a personal expres- sion of thanks. 1080 Lygon street, North

Carlton.

KEANEY. – The Family of the late MICHAEL KEANEY desire to THANK all kind friends for letters, cards, telegiams, floral tributes, and expressions of personal sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our sincere gratitude. 71 Harris street, North Melbourne.

LAURITZ. –Mr. and Mrs. L. LAURITZ wish their many friends and relatives to know how deeply they appreciated the kind thoughts and expressions of sympathy con- tained in the many letters, cards, and telegrams received by them when they were passing through such sad grief. Will all

please accept this as a personal acknowledg-  

ment of gratitude.

LAWRY. –Mr. G. R. LAWRY and Family wish to THANK relatives and friends for telegrams, cards, letters, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept our sincere gratitude. 23 Falconer

street, North Fitzroy.

LODGE. – Mrs. HAMILTON wishes to THANK all friends and relatives for kind expiessions of sympathy in the loss of her

sister.

McCAMBLISH. – The Family of the late Mr. H. A. McCAMBLISH wish to THANK kind friends and relatives for their ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad be- reavement. 7 Harwood street, Elwood.

MCNAUGHTON. –Mrs. McNAUGHTON and Family, of Kardella, wish to return THANKS to their many kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of our sincere gratitude.

NIXON. –Mrs. JOSEPH NIXON wishes to THANK all relations and kind friends and neighbours for letters, cards, floral tri- butes and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere gratitude.

OWEN. –Mrs. J. OWEN desires to THANK all kind relations, neighbours, and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tri- butes and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of my sincere gratitude. 53 Henry street, Hawthorn.

PARK. –Mrs. T. PARK, jun., and Family wish to THANK all relations and friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tokens, and expressions of personal sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere appreciation. Edeson street, North Wonthaggi.

RAIN. –Mr. and Mrs. MCBAIN and Miss PUNCH wish to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, and floral tributes, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Mrs. Booth, Mr. Cox. and Dr. Adrian. Please accept our sincere gratitude.

ROBERTSON. – Will all friends and neighbours please accept my sincere THANKS for their kind tributes and expressions of sympathy in my recent sad bereavement.

ROLLASON. – The Family of the late WILLIAM ROLLASON Wish to THANK their many kind friends and relations for letters, cards, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. 113 Barkly street, St. Kilda.  

ROSSETTI. –Mr. and Mrs. L. ROSSETTI, of Rythdale, desne to THANK their rela- tives and many kind friends for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and personal calls; also thanking Dr. Farrell, the sister (Paken- ham Hospital), and First-constable Marshall. Will all please accept this as an expression of our deep gratitude in our recent sad

bereavement.

SCOTT. –Mr. and Mrs. J. SCOTT and Son wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. 57 Tongue street,

Yarraville.

SPEAR. –Corporal JACK SPEAR, 2 Yarra street, Hawthorn, wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy, especially thanking Dr. Day and staff at St. Andrew's Hospital, in recent

sad bereavement.

STOTT. –Mr. and Mrs. W. STOTT and Family wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, cards, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Fathers Carroll and Hannan, also Sisters of the Little Company of Mary (Blue Sisters). 25 Omar street, South Caulfield.

TONKIN. – The Family of the late ROBERT TONKIN wish to THANK all friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes in our recent sad bereavement. 44 Dryburgh street, West Mel-

bourne.

WALLACE. –Mrs. H. WALLACE and Family wish to THANK relatives, kind friends, and neighbours for telegrams, letters, cards, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. (53 South crescent, Northcote.)

WITTICK. –Mr. and Mrs. W. H. E. WITTICK wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and expressions of personal sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of sincere appreciation. 20 Monash street, Ascotvale.

FUNERAL NOTICES

CUNINGHAM. – Private Funei al oí the late Mrs. AGNES H. CONINGHAM will leave 266 Williams road, Toorak, at 10.30 o'clock THIS DAY, for the Springvale Crematorium. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. MX4626 (3

lines).

DELANEY. – The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE CATHERINE DELANEY will leave 1484 Malvern road, Glen Iris, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 9.30 a.m., proceeding to the Church of St. Roch's, Burke road, East Malvern, for brief service, thence to the Brighton General Cemetery. RAYBOULDS PTY. LTD., 49 Station street, Malvern. Tel.

U1427.

DOWN. –The Funeral of the late F.-L. WILLIAM D. DOWN will leave the chapel of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 102 Toorak road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10.30 a.m., for the Springvale Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Windsor 66.

DWYER. –Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late MISS MARGARET DWYER will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Cathedral, THIS DAY, at 9 a.m. The Funeral will leave the cathedral at 11.30 a.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN, Funeral Directors. F1294.    

ELLIOT. – The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY EMMA ELLIOT will leave Sleight's Northern Chapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, at 10 o'clock THIS DAY, for the Necropolis, Springvale. Service by Rev. Alexander Fraser at 9.45 a.m. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. MX4626 (3 lines).

FUNERAL NOTICES

GREADY. – The Friends of the late Mr. HAROLD GREADY, of Winchelsea, are re- spectfully informed that his remains will     be interred in the Inverleigh Cemetery. The Funeral Cortege will leave Alex. Monro's Private Mortuary, 24 Ryrie street, Geelong, THIS DAY (Saturday, January 29), at 2 p.m., and will pass the Inverleigh bridge at about 2.40 p.m., en route to the cemetery. ALEX. MONRO, Funeral Direc- tor, Geelong. Tel. 1386.

KELLEY. – The Funeral of the late Mr. ALEXANDER DEWAR KELLEY (late 58th Battalion, First A.I.F.) will leave the Bathurst Memorial Chapel, Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads, Caulfield, THIS DAY, at 10 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. T. BATHURST & Co. (late A.I.F.). Tel.

LF6337.

KLANG. – The Funeral of the late Mrs. HANNAH KLANG will leave A. W. Padbury's Funeral Parlour, Box Hill, THIS DAY, at 11 a.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.

MACGAVIN. –The Funeral of the late EDWARD MACGAVIN will leave 2 Corio street, Sunshine, THIS DAY, at 2.30 p.m., for Footscray Cemetery. R. B. PENN.

Sunshine 191.

NASH. –The Funeral of the late Miss AMY FLORENCE NASH, of 7 Cameron street, North Brunswick, will leave Joseph Allison's Funeral Parlours, 788 Sydney road, North Brunswick, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. Service by Rev. J. L. Hall at 1.45 p.m. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2

lines).

RICHARDS. –The Funeral of the late SARAH JEAN RICHARDS will leave our parlours, Box Hill, on MONDAY, at 10.30 a.m., for Box Hill Cemetery. LE PINE &

SONS. JA1104.

SELWOOD. –The Funeral of the late SARAH FOX SELWOOD will leave her resi-   dence, Guildford, 127 South road, Brighton, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., for the Melbourne General Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Windsor. Win. 66.

SISTER ELEANOR. –The Funeral of the late SISTER ELEANOR will leave the Com- munity House, Cheltenham, THIS DAY, after a service commencing, at 11.20 a.m., for the Cheltenham Cemetery, Charman road, arriv- ing at 11.50 a.m. W. D. ROSE & SON, Cheltenham. Phone Cheltenham 42.

SMITH. – The Funeral of the late Mrs. ROSA SMITH will leave her residence, 22 Lyndhurst street, Richmond, THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service commencing at 9.45 a.m. for the Fawkner Cemetery. LE PINE & SON. JA1104.

STENNING. –The Funeral of the late ELSIE DAWN STENNING will leave 57 Steele street, Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10 a.m., for the Mel- bourne General Cemetery. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Moonee Ponds. FU5451.

THOMAS. – The Funeral of the late FREDERICK C. H. THOMAS will leave his home, Koonwarra, 549 St. Kilda road, Mel- bourne, after a service conducted by the Rev. F. E. H. Tolhurst, commencing at 11.30 o'clock, THIS DAY, for the Springvale Cre- matorium, arriving at 12.30. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. MX4626 (3 lines).

TOBIN. – Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. ALICE TOBIN will be celebrated at St. Brendan's Church, Wellington street, Flemington, on MONDAY, January 31, at 10 a.m. The Funeral will   leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Melbourne General Cemetery,

Carlton.

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