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I MISS HUSH HAWKINS: "V
Miss Helen Hawkins, of IfcWhae av, Ripponlea, who bas been asso- ciated with Red Cross activities in recent years, died at her home on Saturday morning. Miss Hawkins's home and large gardens have on many occasions been thrown open to the,public for the benefit of the POW Fund. Bom at Coghill's Creek, near Ballarat, she practised dentistry in Melbourne for many years.
She is survived by three sisters and one brother. The funeral will leave her residence today for Springvale Crematorium after a short service commencing at 10.15am.
MR HENRY CHARLES SCOPIE
The death occurred suddenly on Friday evening of Mr Henry Charles Ernest Scopie, of Victoria av, Albert Park. Mr Scopie, who was 43, was well known in the furniture trade, being manager of Brunswick branch of Maples. He was formerly asso- ciated with Footscray branch of the same firm. He was also prominent in Masonic circles, being First Prin- cipal of the Australasian Royal Arch Chapter No 1, and a Past Master of Admiral Collingwood Lodge. He
leaves a widow.
The funeral will leave Sleight's chapel, St Kilda rd, after a service commencing there at 3.15pm today for Fawkner Cemetery.
MRS J. C. MOORE
Mrs Jane C. Moore, who died at her home4, Tara, Orrong rd, Too- rak, on Friday, was the widow of the late Mr Charles Moore, founder of the store of Chas. M. Read and Co, Prahran. Mrs Moore helped her husband to build up this business, and also branches in Perth, Ade- laide, and Kadina, SA.
Born in Dublin, Mrs Moore left there for Australia nearly SO years ago. Her father, the late Mr Wil- liam R. Carty, was founder of the Band of Hope in Ireland. For the last 10 years she had been an in- valid, but previously she took a practical interest in kindergarten
and creche work,
Mrs Moore leaves three sons-Denis (formerly AIF), Kenneth (formerly RAAF), and Charles, also three daughters, Mesdames L. Heath, W. N. Tinsley, and Burns-Cuming, all
Following a service at her home today, Mrs Moore will be cremated at Springvale Cemetery, and the re- mains privately interred hi the family vault at Brighton Cemetery. Read's Store will be closed today.
MRS LUCY SARAH BULL
Mrs Lucy Sarah Bull, wife of Rev C. E. S. Bull, and for some years his assistant In missionary work In the Solomon Islands, died at Wil- liamstown on Saturday night. Be- fore her marriage Mrs Bull was a nursing sister, with experience in a number of Victorian country centres, including Corryong, Maryborough, and Warrnambool. The funeral will leave Holy Trinity Church, Williams- town, for Williamstown Cemetery, after requiem eucharist, at 9am to- day. Arrangements are being made by Nelson Bros.