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BROOKES (Fenring).-On October 20, at St. Andrew's Hospital, East Melbourne, to Vic and Jean-a son (Garry Ronald).

COLLINS (nee Sisely).-On October 13, at the Wangaratta Community Hospital, to Alma, wife of A.B. Keith Collins, R.A.N.

-a daughter.

COTTON-STAPLETON.-On September 21, at Berwick, Victoria, Australia, to Alison, wife of Larry Cotton-Stapleton-a


GHERIN, (nee Anderson) .-On October 19, at Epworth, to Roma and Bruce-a son — (lived two days).

HYNES (nee Darcy).-On October 12. at Colac Community Hospital, to Erin and Edward-a son (Peter Richard).

NORTHEY (nee Brown).-On October 18, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Mavis  

and Lawrence-a daughter (Kay Elisabeth).


DAVIS-ROBINSON.-On September 22,  

at Christ Church, St. Kilda, Joan H., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Robinson, of Swan Hill, to Vivian L., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, of Doreen.

WICKS-MONDON.-On October 18, at All Saints', East St. Kilda. Sonya Charmain, younger daughter of Dr. V. P. Mondon (Mosman, Sydney) and Mrs, Frida Mondon, to Larry Gene, son of Mrs. Sani Wicks, of Los Angeles. California.


On Active Service

AHERN.-On October 19, at 113 A.G.H.. William James, son of the late Ellen and Daniel Ahern, and loving brother of Mary (Mrs. A. Boldiston), Daniel, Dorothy (Mrs. W. Wall), Eileen (Mrs. L. Nugent), and John, aged 33 years. -R.I.P.  

BYRNE.-Sgt. O. A. (Hec), died of ill- ness, P.O.W.. Thailand, December 5, 1943, toother oí Herb. Reg. Viv (Mrs. W. J Hewing), Val, and Syd.

COCK.-VX47528 Cpl. A. J.. 2/22nd Batt., Rábaul, presumed lost at sea while P.O.W.. July, 1942, much-loved brother of Girlie, brother-in-law of Jack, uncle of John and Bruce. -Sadly missed by all.  

COOPER.-VX33388 William Lindsay, 17th Anti-Tank Batt., Rabaul, presumed lost at  

sea July, 1942, whilst P.O.W., loving father of Lyle.

KETELS.-In honoured memory of Clif- ford Ketels died of wounds January 25,     Fred Ketels, Thomas Sangster. and members of the 2/22nd Batt., -In tune with the Infinite, (Flt.-Lt. B. R. Harding.)

MACGOWAN.-In loving memory of Sgt.   Max VX14699. 2/22nd Batt.. Rabaul. lost at. sea July, 1942, while P.O.W.. dearly loved friend of the Walden family. -Always we

will remember.

MCGRATH.-VX45041 Cpl. Edward Pat- rick, died September 23, 1943, P.O.W., 2/29th Batt., Kanburi, beloved son of Mrs. and the late Mr. James McGrath, of Casterton and Hamilton, loved brother of Joseph and Eileen, beloved fiance Ethna Phelan.

PEPLOW.-A simple token of sincere re- gret at the death of W. J. (Bill), 2/22nd. A.I.F., son Of Mr. William (ex-1st A.I.F.) and Mrs. Peplow, of Pine Lodge South, and loved friend of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fraser-Smith and family. - We will always remember this brave soldier Bill.

RICHARDSON.-On October 19 (result of accident), John Francis, R.A.A.F., loved son of Leslie and Esther, brother of Irene and Dorothy, aged 21 years.

RICHARDSON.-59953 L.A.O. John Francis. R.A.A.F., accidentally killed, Caulfield. Octo- ber 19. -Ever remembered by Joy and John Eaton.

RICHARDSON.-59953 L.A.O. John Francis, R.A.A.F., accidentally killed at Caulfield, October 19. -A good pal. (The Work- shop. Frognall.)

ADAMSON. - On October 20. at Kalo- rama, Mary Fraser, dearly loved sister of Laura. -At rest. (No flowers by request.)

ALLEN. - On October 19. st Manangatang Hospital.-Alice, loved wile of late Benjamin, loved mother of Boyd and Grace. and grandma of Stewart and Lorna, in her 79th year. -A patient sufferer at rest.

ALLEN.-On October 20. at Sister Huf- fer's private hospital, Creswick. Catherine   Ellen, beloved wife of John Robert Allen, of Camp Hill, Clunes, aged 41 years. -Dearly


APPLETON.-On October 21, George Burn- ley Appleton, of Holm Lea. South road Brighton Beach, in his 96th year. (No flowers by request.)  

BECKHAM. - On October 19. at Mel- bourne, Arthur, dearly loved husband of Gladys, and devoted father of Bereneice (Mrs. G. Kelsall). Woomelang, grandpa of Christopher John.  

BESANKO. - On October 20. at 10 Glen street, Essendon, Elsie Alice, dearly beloved wife of Albert Walter Besanko, loving mother of Albert (deceased), Raymond, and Joyce. -Peace, perfect peace.  

BOTTEN.— On October 21, at his resi-   dence, Simpson street, Carisbrook, William Alfred, dearly loved husband of Fanny, and loved father of Bernie, Peggy (Mrs. J. Meagher), Mollie (Mrs. N. Trembath), Jack, Flora (Mrs. W. Baker), Bill, and Bob, aged 69 years.

BOYCE.-On October 21, at his residence, 9 Winton road, East Malvern, Hubert George, beloved husband of Florence Maud, and loved father of Ray and Allan.  

BREW. - On October 19. at Geelong,   John Wilson Brew (late First A.I.F.) .dearly beloved husband of Min, of 26 Humble street. East Geelong, and loving father of Oladys (Mrs, J. Wannenmacher), Lucille (Mrs. W. McPherson). John. Harold (R.A.A.F.). Lois.-Edward (RA.A.F.). and Joan, aged 74 years. -At rest.

BROWNLIE.-On October 20 (result of accident), at Alfred Hospital, Donald John, of 83 McKinnon road. McKinnon, dearly loved second son of Edgar (Ted) and Mary Brownlie, and loved brother of David and Eleanor, aged 14 years.

BROWNLIE. —A tribute to the memory, of Don, suddenly called home, from teachers and scholars, McKinnon Gospel Hall Sunday


BUCHHOLZ. - On October 20, at a pri- vate hospital, Geelong, Minerva C, of 121 McKillop street, Geelong, loving sister of Oscar Buchholz (Lismore). Louise (deceased). Annie (deceased), and Ida (deceased), aged 78 years. -At rest. (Interment, Eastern Cemetery. Geelong.)

BURGOYNE. - On October 21. at his home, Finsbury road. Devon Meadows, Henry, dearly beloved husband of Annie Elisabeth Burgoyne, and loving father of John. Nellie (Mrs. Clemmens). Ivor, Catherine (deceased), Mary (Mrs. Jennings), aged 72 years. -The long day closes.

CAMPBELL - On October 19 (suddenly). in London, James. loved husband of Florence, father of Olive (Mrs. B. J. Binger, Nathalia) and Florence (Mrs E.  

Hughes- Jones)  

CAMPBELL.-On October 19, at hospital, London, James, loved father of Olive (Mrs. B. J. Binger, Nathalia), and loving grand- father of Campbell, Ronald, and Barbara.

CARTER. - On October 21, Eliza Ann Carter, 82 Nellie street, Altona, dearly be- loved wife of Thomas, dearly loved mother of Sidney, Henry, and Jack, loving grandma  

of Max, Barrie, Fat, Joyce, and Pauline, aged 74 years. -In God's care.

CHAKLEY. - On October 20. Margarett Louise Chakley, of 86 Williamstown road, West Footscray, the dearly beloved mother of Lillian (Mrs. Arthur), Ivan, Dorothy (Mrs Frisch), Olive (Mrs. Murray), Cather- ine (Mrs. Langridge, deceased), Robert, and William, aged 65 years. -Mother and daugh- ter reunited. Peace, perfect peace.

CHAKLEY. - On October 20, Margarett Louise Chakley, of 86 Williamstown road, West Footscray, loving sister of Ethel (Mrs. Ghillati), and Bert Davidson, aged 65 years. -Abide with Me.


CHAKLEY. - On October 20, Margarett Louise Chakley, of 86 Williamstown road, West Footscray, darling grandmother of Margarett and Joan Larrad; Robert, Ken- neth, June, and Ivan Chakley; and Dorothy, Wilma, Raymond, Beverly, and Noel Frisch, aged 65 years. -Deeply mourned.

CHAPMAN. - On October 21, at her daughter's residence, 19a Marine parade,   St. Kilda, Elsie Chapman, of 42 Thomson street, South Melbourne, beloved wife of the late George Chapman (of Bendigo), and loving mother of Elsie (Mrs. Baxter), George (deceased), Adelaide (Mrs. Olsen), Lila (Mrs. Floate), Olive (Mrs. Henson), and Ralph. -Patient sufferer at rest.

COLLINS.-On October 21, at Sheppar- ton, John Thomas, loved husband of the late Teresa Cecelia Collins, late of Wunghnu and Victorian railways, aged 80 years. -R.I.P. (Sydney papers, please copy.)

COUGHLIN. - On October 20, at St. Arnaud, Ann. the beloved daughter of the late James and Bridget Coughlin. and lov- ing sister of Martin, of McMahon street, St. Arnaud, aged 80 years. -R.I.P.

DICKINS.-On October 21, at her resi- dence, 45 Foley street. Kew, Annie Shaw, loved wife of the late C. R. Dickins. and loved mother of Robert, Reginald, Vivian, and Mrs. Barrow (Ringwood). -A wonder- ful mother laid to rest, for each and all she did her best, the love was great her heart was kind, what lovely memories she leaves behind. Aged 75 years.

DRAKOPULOS. - On October 18, at a private hospital, Melbourne, Sultana, be- loved wife of Harry Drakopulos, of Peel street. North Melbourne,

DRAKOPULOS.-On October 18, at a pri- vate hospital. Melbourne. Sultana, loved sis- ter-in-law of Nick, Peter, Xenophon, and


FISHER. - On October 19. at 14 Catherine street. Canterbury, Christina, dearly beloved wife of James Fisher, loved mother of Everill (Mrs. Binks), Jannette, and Albert (deceased).

FLOWER.-On October 20 (result of acci- dent), Frederick, dearly loved husband of Rose Flower, 30 Errol street, Footscray, and loving father of Ivy (Mrs. Carlon, Tocum- wal), aged 66 years. -At rest.

GIBSON.-At Mornington Bush Nursing

Hospital, Else May, loved wife of George Thornton Gibson, loving mother of Ilma (Mrs. L. Burchett), and Audrey (deceased), and grandmother of Ron and Shirley. - At rest.

GILBERT. - On October 20, at Inglewood Hospital, Laura Mary, dearly beloved wife of Edward Francis, of police station, Bridge- water-on-Loddon. - R.I.P.

GOYNE. - On October 18. Mary Emma, of 32 Albert street, East Brunswick, widow of the late Henry Goyne. -Resting. (Pri- vately interred Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. on October 20.)

GOYNE. - On October 18. Mary Emma, of 32 Albert street. East Brunswick, dearly loved daughter of the late John and Mary Tippett, and loved sister of Elizabeth (Mrs. Woolcock) and Annie (Mrs. Houghton). -Sweet rest. (Privately interred Boroon- dara Cemetery, Kew, on October 20.)

GREGG. - On October 18, at her home in Deepdene, Henrietta Gregg, dear and life- long friend of Eleanor and Daisy Moore.

GREGG. - On October 18, at 18 May street, Deepdene, Henrietta Gregg, loved friend of Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Lynette, and Judith.

GREGG. —On October 18, at her home,   Tintagel, 18 May street, Deepdene, Henrietta, loved friend of Ethel M. Head, Bendigo.

HALL. —On October 21, at his residence, Toorale, Turnbull street, Clifton Hill, Alton Rowland, the dearly beloved husband of Alice Maud Hall, and loved brother of Her- bert, Lily (Mrs. F. Bevan), Alice, Midgley, Arthur, Bessie (Mrs. W. E. Thompson), Robert, and Telford. —Peace, perfect peace. (Private interment.)

HERBERT. —On October 30, at Orbost,   Martha, relict of the late Lancelot Herbert, loving mother of William, Herilda, Jean, Lance, Massey, Fred, and Eric (deceased), aged 88 years.

HICKMAN. —On October 20, at 31 Wolseley street, Mont Albert, Norman Gilbert, dearly beloved husband of Isabella E. Hickman, loved father of Noel and Norma (deceased), father-in-law of Kathleen, and grandpa of Ron. (Private cremation.)

LANIGAN. —On October 21, at West Gipps- land Hospital, Warragul, Marie Antoinette, dearly loved daughter of Thomas and Irene Margaret, loved sister of Tom and John, aged 5 years, -Rest in peace.

LAZARUS. - On October 19. at private hospital. Ruby, the dearly beloved wife of E. P. Lazarus. (Private cremation.)

LAZARUS. - On October 19, at private hospital, Ruby Florence Lazaros, loved sister of Rita Stern. -May her soul rest in

peace. .

LOGAN. - On October 21, Robert Allan, dearly beloved husband of Ada Louisa, be- loved father of Allan and Eunice (Mrs. Wynne), fond father-in-law of Doris and Leonard; dear grandfather of Euna and Gail and the late Royce, aged 62 years, late of Melbourne City Council, former resident of Brunswick. -Sweet rest.

LONGMIRE. - On October 18, at Castle- maine, Margaret, loved wife of the late Thomas William Longmire (late of Werona),  

and devoted mother of Frank. -Resting.

McCLURE-On October 20, Samuel James (Jim), 115 Leopold street. South Tarra, hus- band of Adeline, father of Claire, Nance, and Rob, late 46th Batt., A.I.F.

McCLURE. - On October 20. Samuel James (First A.I.F.), dearly loved father of Claire and Jim Denvil. and grandfather

of Bill and Elisabeth.

McCLURE. - On October 26. Samuel James (1st A.I.F.). dearly loved son of the late Hugh and Elisabeth McClure, and loving brother of Nellie (Mrs. Parrott, Deni- liquin), May (Mrs. Daley, Hawthorn), Isobel (Mrs. Peart, Box Hill), and Will (1st A.I.F.,


McDONALD.-On October 20. at Narbe- thong (result of accident). James Henry, dearly loved husband of Florence, loving father of Jean (Mrs. A. Humphries), Ethel (Mrs. D. Arnold). Doreen (Mrs. L. Holt), aged Si) years, late of Neerim South.

McDONALD.-On October 20. at Narbe- thong (result of accident). James Henry, loving brother of Reuben, George, Frank, and Kit (Mrs. Jellop), aged 69 years.

MCGREGOR. - On October 20. at Frank- ston, Leslie Ross, beloved son of the late Donald and Jane McGregor, and loved brother of Mabel and Flora (Mrs. H. J. Bean), aged 62 years.  

McLEAN. - On October 13. at B.N.H.. Euroa, Hannah, dearly, loved aunt of Robert and Dorothy McKeman.

MILLINGTON.-On October 20, at 140 Webster street. Ballarat, James Edwin Bryan, beloved husband of Ethel, and loved father of Ethel, Doris (deceased), sad Victor (de- ceased). .

MOSSMAN. - On October 18. Amy Elisabeth, loved sister of Rupert and Olive, beloved aunt of Muriel and Murray (deceased).

NORRIS.-On October 21 at Clyde street. Maribyrnong, Edgar Arthur, beloved hus- band of Mabel, and loving father of Frank, Edie (Mrs. Walters), Mabel (Mrs. Rolf), and Bonnie (Mrs. Pigdon). aged 65 years.  

PAYNE. - On October 21. at her resi- dence. 560 Brunswick street. North Fitzroy, Mary, loving wife of the late Albert Edward Payne, loving and devoted mother of Albert. Thelma (Mrs. Abrahams), Wanda (Mrs. Cohen), Jack. —R.I.P.            

PEMBERTON. — On October 20, at his residence. 3 Wynyeh street. East Malvern. Alfred Pemberton, ex-Superintendent of Police. the dearly beloved husband of Bertha   Pemberton, loved father of Bertha, Matthew. Hilda (Mrs. M. Chappell), and Mona (de- ceased), loving grandpa of Michael and John. -At rest.  

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PENDLEBURY. — On October 20 (sud-

-denly), at the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. J. McCormack). 839 Drummond street, North Carlton, Thomas, husband of the late Jessie, devoted father of Thelma (Mrs. McCormack), Kath (Mrs. Slyth), Lyla (Mrs. Healy), Thomas, and Lawrence, late Go- vernment Printing Office, aged 73 years. - At rest.

PERREN.-On October 20, at Melbourne, Doreen Gladys, daughter of Mrs. Lilian Dea- don, of 25 Harting road. Mottingham, Lon- don, and the late Mr. Bert Harold Perren, loving sister of Malcolm, fond stepsister of Joan, fondly remembered by her Australian Custodians. Mr. and Mrs. W. Green, 4 Buley Street. Hawthorn, aged 17 years.

PERREN-A tribute to the memory of Doreen, who passed away on the 20th Oc- tober, at Melbourne. (Inserted by the COBB, boys and girls who were evacuated from Britain in October, 1940.)

PERRIN.-On October 20, at Melbourne, George Benjamin, dearly loved husband of Grace Lillian, of 314 High street, Sheppar- ton, loved father of Dorothy (deceased), Stewart, Alf, Ethel (Mrs. Miles. Shepparton East), Grace (Mrs. Kiefel, Natimuk), Henry,

and Frank.

PHILLIPS.-On October 21 (suddenly), at Austin Hospital, Kenneth, dearly beloved son of Richard and Evelina Phillips, of 107 Dundas street, Preston, loving brother of Ron and Dick, aged 14 years. -A patient little sufferer at rest.

PLANT.-On October 20, at Royal Mel- bourne Hospital, Alfred Edward Thomas Plant, of 29 Wellington street, Coburg, the dearly beloved husband of Annie Josephine, and loving father of Len, Irene (Mrs. A. Leonard), Kathleen (Mrs. C. English), Annie (Mrs. R. Stevens), Norman, Florence (Mrs. F. Steart), Ethel, Fred, and Howard, aged 65 years -Peacefully sleeping.

PLANT.-On October 20, Alfred, loving brother of Bertha, Ethel. Lock (deceased). Olive Gladys, and Will (deceased), and brother-in-law of Will Whelan. -At rest.

RHODES. — On October 21, at a private hospital, Fredrick, beloved husband of Eliza- beth Freer, late of Mickleham Post-office at Templestowe, aged 72 years.

ROBERTS.-On October 20, at her resi- dence, 4 Sherwood street, Richmond, Patricia Veronica, dearly beloved mother of Eileen (Mrs. F Thorpe). -Requiescat in pace.

ROBERTS.-In loving memory of my dear sister, Pat, who passed away on October 20 -Now at rest. (Inserted by her loving Sister Kath.)

ROLLEY-On October 19, at 26 Twyford street, Williamstown, Rose White Rolley,   dearly loved wife of the late Henry Wil- liam, loved mother of Harry, Len. Roy (1st A.I.F., deceased), and Walter (1st A.I.F., deceased); loved mother-in-law of Grace and Ede, loved grandma of Ted, Lesley (Mrs. J. Ross), Walter, and Betsy, great grandma of Graeme, Susan, and Alan, aged 85 years. -Sweet rest.

SCHEMBRI. - On October 19 (suddenly), William Victor, of 16 May street, Coburg, beloved husband of Adelaide, and loving father of Carmelo, Joseph, Anthony, Robert, Arthur, and Hilda, and loved father-in-law of Laura, Frances, Gwendoline, and Mary; loving grandfather of Roger. -Requiescat

in pace.

STEVENS.-On October 21, at Bethesda, < Mabel Milburn, loving wife of William Ed- ward, mother of Will. Grace, and George. -

At rest.

VEAR.-On October 21, at Boort Hospital, Edith, beloved wife of the late Arthur Vear, loving mother of Maude (Mrs. Jackson), Jack, and Keith, and devoted grandma of   Elaine, Leigh, Brian. Aileen, and Barry. -A life made beautiful by kindly deeds.

WACHTER.-On October 21. at Warragul. Christian Gottlob Wachter, of Buln Buln East, brother of Henry (deceased), and loved Uncle of Paulino, Gottlob, Sophia, Charles, Lucy, Frederick, and Harry, aged 87 years.

WALLACE-DUNLOP. - On October 19, al her residence. Poowong, Fanny Wallace- Dunlop, widow of the late J. A. Wallace- Dunlop, aged 90 years and 8 months.

WALSH.-On October 20, at Stawell, Emily, dearly beloved wife of James Walsh, of Concongella, and loved mother of Michael, Agnes, Katherine, and William, aged 61 years. - R.I.P.

WARREN. - On October 19. at his resi- dence, 17 Clarence street. East Malvern. George William, loved husband of the late Sarah Jane Warren, and beloved father of  

George W. and Lance A. -Reunited.

WHARTON. - On October 19. at his home. Risby. No. 3 Third street, Black Rock, Thomas Llewellyn, beloved husband of the late Mildred, dear father of Irene (Mrs. M, E. Mallinson), loving grandfather of Phyllis. Joyce (deceased). and Jack (R.A.N.V.R.), aged 81 years. (Interred at Cheltenham.)

YEO.-On October 20, at her residence, 8 Kelvin street, Ascotvale, Elizabeth, wife of the late Rev. Richard Yeo, loved mother of Nellie, Garfield, Ruby, Stanley, Gordon, An- drew, Dorothy, and Ormond, aged 87 years. -A life well spent. (No flowers.) (Private funeral.)

YEO. - On October 20. Elizabeth, loved daughter of the late James and Helen McKindlay, loved sister of Helen, James, Hell (deceased), William. Robert, and Susan (Mrs Thomson), in her 87th year.

YEO.-On October 20, at Ascotvale, Eliza- beth Yeo, loved grandma of Lindsay, How- ard (R.A.A.F.. killed in England), Gwen- neth, Wayne (A.I.F.. abroad), Wilbur, Val- erie, and Margaret, loved great-grandmother 01 Robert and Helen.

YOUNG.-On October 21, at Glen Iris, Annie Lamb, loved wife of the late Hugh, loving mother of Roy, Les, Eric, Keith (de- ceased), Ian, and Maurice. -A loving mother at rest.


Roll of Honour-On Active Service

CROUD -Loving memories of P O. Ted Croud, killed New Guinea, October 21, 1942 -In God's care (Auntie Alice Meads Kit, and Betty 1 Yuille street, Brighton Beach )

JACKSON.-In loving memory of our son and brother Flying-Officer F. R. Jackson. D.F M accidentally killed over Lincoln-

shire, England, on October 22, 1943 pilot ; of a Mosquito aircraft, -Oh, valiant heart. (inserted by his mother and brothers. Laurence and Alan )

KITCHEN.–Treasured memories of     410347 Flight-Sgt. Stanley Charles, the   beloved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Kitchen, fond brother of Yvonne, Thelma, and Raymond (East Malvern), and a tribute to the   gallant R.A.F. Lancaster crew, 57 Squadron, reported missing after Kassel raid, October 22, 1943, aged 20 years.

KITCHEN.—In proud and loving memory of   our dear brother, Flight-Sgt. Stanley Charles, missing believed killed, over Germany,   October 22, 1943. (Thelma and Garth Payne.)  

KITCHEN -Sgt S. C., 410347, in loving   memory of our brother, Charles, who lost his life over Cassel, Germany, on October 22, 1943. (Inserted by his loving sister and brother Yvonne and John Riach.)  

BLACKWELL-In loving memory our dear mother mother-in-law, and grandmother, Ailce Maud, who passed away on October 19, 1944 -Always in our thoughts (In- serted bv her loving son daughter-in-law. and grandchildren, Leslie, Hazel, John, Nancy and Robyn )

BRYANT-in loving memory of dear mother who passed away October 22, 1934 -We will always remember, (Inserted by

her loving daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren.

CARRUTHEBS.-In loving memory of our dear husband and father who passed away on October 22 1944, loved husband of Eliza- beth and fond father of John (A.I.F, Moro- ni). Lola, Mary, Bob. Isobel, and Cath, and father-in-law of Mina. -For ever in our thoughts

CARRUTHERS.-In ever-loving memory of our dear father. who passed away October 22 1944 - Ever remembered by Johnnie and Mina. COLLINS -In loving memory of Lionel, who died on October 23, 1943 -Sadly

missed by his loving parents. Bill and Enider,. CUTTS - In loving remembrance of my

dear husband Alfred Cutts, passed away

October 22 1912. - Never forgotten. (Mary)

m£»ií_TBR_* ~~In loving memory of my dear »«w,iwh0 departed this Ufe October 32. M3, also nvy dear father, October 28. tnm ?mf,rI?eore*t <* memories, fond and (WrKi1 llwaX? «main in my heart of you

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ai5_i,Eïu~In * losing memory of dear SSw WJ?° Passed away October 20. 1941. 2£vw remembered by Jean, Ted. and «i?NA!5B8Iî,î'-In «ffeotlonate memory of iZ di£r }isA*ï and -untie, who passed to SS Ärd O^ber 22. 1943 -She died as

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*&?"!_, - In n»«nory of Thomas Kllby hiïLS8.85^ £way Oktober 21. 1942. beloved RS^T?1, -»-beth, and lovlrig father of Hamm <_2yCDn_ /iy°od_ September, 1017),

»*»u_d iack (Ivanhoe).

JS^'-loiliil thoughts and cherished »emories today and for ever of my, dear her " $IM(na?cl our mother, who died Octo _?9hnn2A i242 u. (Inserted by her loving dren ) oau8hter. son-in-law. grandchll (_ï!À__i??*~ï? ,lo»ln_ memory of Grace jSH^efluk* North), who died October 22. T "," (Inserted by her brother-in-law. S, H.

BÄrnp*Bnclh* ",end. Mrs J. S. smrtlie.) dear J__~Ilii?wl bx& Hndng memory oí my a» io_,ter,-Allcoj wh° Passed away October _ w4 ~~ñm -'. ior <«er -JO years^was full

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LEWIS.- In memory of our beloved hus- band, father, and grandfather, Herbert Ed-W wards Lewis, of Walsh street. Ormond, who passed away October 22, 1944,

LITTLE. - Treasured memories of our  

loving only son, and our brother, David Valentine (Val), accidentally drowned,   October 21, 1944.         —Sweet memories cling for ever.      

(Inserted by dad, mum, Marge, and Beryl.)

MACKAY (nee Edith Wheeler).-In loving memory of my dear wife, Edith, who passed away at Belgrave on October 22, 1928. -In lonely hours of thinking, thoughts of you are always near. (Inserted by her loving husband, Angus.)

MATHERS.-In sod and loving memory of our beloved mother, Elizabeth Charlotte, who passed away to a higher life on Octo- ber 23, 1944; also our dear father. James Fitzhenry, on May 22, 1935. -United. Death is swallowed up in victory. Still liv- ing, still loving, still ours. (Inserted by their sorrowing son and daughter, Albert

and Lydia.)

McKENZIE.-In loving memory of my be- loved daughter. Gladys, and sister of Al- freda (deceased), passed away October 22, 1944. -Always in my thoughts. (Mother, Mrs. E. J. McKenzie, Dalyston.)

McKENZIE. - Treasured memories of my dear pal, Gladys, who passed away October 22, 1944. (Edna Perkins.)

MONTGOMERY.-In memory of George, who passed away at Mooroopna Base Hos- pital, October, 1944, aged 82 years. (Inserted by his wife and family.)

MOORHEAD. - In loving memory of   mother, who passed home on October 22, 1937. -There is only one wish, could I only see my mother. (Inserted by her loving

daughter, Ida.)

NICHOLLS.-In loving memory of dear Tat, who died October 22, 1944. (Inserted by Nell, Brighton.)

O'REILLY. - In fond memory of our   friend, Charlie, who died on October 22, 1944. (Sid and Sylv Roberts.)

PORTER.-Fond memories of our loved daughter, Hilda, who died October 22, 1943. (Mother and father.)

PORTER. - In loving memory of Hilda, who died October 22. 1943, loved sister of Amy and Jim, auntie of Bob, Ken, and


PURDIE. - in loving memory of my dear brother, Will, called away October 22, 1942; also my loved ones gone before. -Till the day dawns and the shadows flee, (Maggie.)

RENFREE -In loving memory of Raymond Jack, who passed away October 22, 1944. (Inserted by his loving mother and family.)

RICHARDS (Martin). — In loving mem- ory of Evelyn Frances, who passed away on October 22, 1934, at Sutton Grange, dearly loved eldest daughter of Francis and Stella Martin, and loving sister of Berenice, Fonce,

and Gordon.  

ROWE.-In loving memory of mother, who passed away October 22, 1944. (Inserted by her daughter Ethel Hooper, and grandchil- dren, Don, Elma, and George.)

ROWE.-In loving memory of our dear mother and our grandma, who died October 22, 1944. (Inserted by her loving son, daughter-in-law, Will and Phyl, and grand- children, Havel, John, and Barry.)

WEPPNER.-In loving memory of our dearest Ian, who left us two years ago, October 32, 1943. -In our garden of mem- ories we meet every day. (Inserted by his loving parents.)

WILLIAMSON, - In loving memory of   my beloved nephew Jack, who died (result

of accident). October 22. 1939. -Ever re-   membered. (H. Mayman.)


BARRATT.-Mr. and Mrs. ROSCOE KINSMORE and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, tele- grams, and floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their recent sod bereave-


GILL.-Mrs. ANNA N. GILL wishes to THANK all kind frlends, relatives, and neighbours for floral tributes, cards, tele- grams, and letters in her recent sad loss.

7 Toorak road, South Yarra,


ADAMSON.-The Funeral of the late Miss MARY FRASER ADAMSON will leave Pad- bury's chapel, comer Station street and White Horse road. Box Hill. TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 10 a m., for the Springvale Crematorium. A. W. PADBURY & Co. WX2714.

APPLETON. - The Funeral of the late Colonel GEORGE BURNLEY APPLETON will arrive at the Springvale Crematorium TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 11.30 a.m. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. MX4628.

BERRIMAN.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN T. BERRIMAN will leave the parlour of W. D. Rose & Son. 241 Charman road, Cheltenham, THIS DAY. at 11 a.m., for the Cheltenham Cemetery. Charman Road. W, D. ROSE & SON, Cheltenham. Phone Chelt. 42.

BESANKO.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELSIE ALICE BESANKO will leave 10 Glen street. Essendon, THIS DAY (Monday), at 3.30 o'clock, for the Fawkner Cemetery,   JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. FU5451.

BOTTEN. - The Friends of the late WILLIAM ALFRED BOTTEN are informed that his remains will be interred in the Carisbrook Cemetery. The Funeral is ap- pointed to leave the church of England, Carisbrook, THIS DAY. at 2.30 p.m.. fol- lowing a service commencing at 2,15 p.m. W. PHELAN & SONS. Funeral Directors, Maryborough. Phone 10.

BOYCE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. HUBERT GEORGE BOYCE will leave our chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday, October 22), at 2 p.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. DRAYTON

& GARSON. U1228.

BROWNLIE.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. EDGAR (Ted) BROWNLIE, of No. 83 McKinnon road, McKinnou, are respectfully informed that the Funeral of their dearly beloved second son will leave J. Monkhouse & Son's parlour. 122 Carpenter street, Brigh- ton. TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 11 a.m.. for the New Cheltenham Cemetery, Holloway road. J. MONKHOUSE & SON. Brighton. Tel. XA1162.

BURGOYNE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. HENRY BURGOYNE, of Finsbury road. Devon Meadows, will leave our parlour, 10 Walker street, Dandenong, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 11 a.m.. for Springvale Cre- matorium. W. J. GARNAR & SON, Dande-

nong 308.

BURRETT.-The Funeral of the late THOMAS H. BURRETT Will leave 11 Church street, Burwood, THIS DAY (Mon- day), after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium, LE PINE

& SON. JA1104.

CARTER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZA ANN CARTER will leave her resi- dence. 62 Nellie street. Altona, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 11 o'clock, for the Williams- town Cemetery. ERNEST W. JACKSON. Williamstown 25.

CHAKLEY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARGARETT LOUISE CHAKLEY. of 86 Wil- liamstown road. West Footscray. will leave Nelson Bros. chapel, 7 Droop street. Foot- scray. THIS DAY (Monday), at 4 p.m.. for the Footscray Cemetery. NELSON BROS., Footscray. MWÍ301.

CHAPMAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELSIE CHAPMAN Will leave the residence of her daughter (Mrs. Henson), 19a. Marine parade. St. Kilda. TOMORROW (Tuesday. October 23), at 11 a.m. R. McKENZIE, South Melbourne. Phone MX3107.

COLLINS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN THOMAS COLLINS will leave St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church, cr. Victoria and Howard sts., West Melbourne, TOMOR- ROW (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. ALFRED ALLISON, Melbourne WEST FJ8480.

DICK1NS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE SHAW DICKINS will leave Padbury's chapel. 13 Cotham road, Kew, -TOMORROW (Tuesday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at 11.45 a.m., for the Spring- vale Crematorium. A. W. PADBURY & Co., Kew. Haw. 31.

DIXON.--The Funeral of the late Mr. JOSEPH O'MALLEY DIXON will leave Tobln's chapel, 248 Glenferrie rd., Malvern, THIS DAY (Monday), at 9.30 a.m. for the Burwood Cemetery. TOBIN BROS., Malvern. U4720.    

DRAKOPULOS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. SULTANA DRAKOPULOS will leave Sleight's chapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Monday), at 2.30 p.m., for the Greek Orthodox Church, Victoria parade, East Melbourne. After a service the Cortege will proceed to the Fawkner Cemetery. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3

FISHER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs.

CHRISTINA FISHER will leave 14 Catherine street. Canterbury, on MONDAY (October 22). at 1.15 p.m., for the Springvale Crema- torium. LE PINE & SON.  

FLOWER.-The Funeral of the late   FREDERICK WILLIAM FLOWER Will leave his residence, 30 Errol street, Footscray. THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for the Footscray Cemetery. WALTER A. WARNE, Footscray.

GIBSON. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELSE MAY GIBSON will leave the parlours of N. S. Muir, Mornington, THIS DAY (Monday), at 3.45 p.m., for the Mornington Cemetery. N. S. MOIR, Mornington 132.

JACKSON.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. PETER JACKSON will be celebrated at Our Lady's Church. Sunshine. THIS DAY (Monday), at 7 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m. for the Footscray Cemetery. MUL QUEEN Se .SONS PTY. LTD. FW1746  

LOGAN.--The Funeral of the late ROBERT ALLAN LOGAN will leave 20 Frederick

street. Heidelberg, TOMORROW (Tuesday)   for the Heidelberg Cemetery, JOHN (Roy V.) ALLISON. Richmond. Tel.. JA1003.   LOGAN.-The Thistle Lodge No. 201 — The Brethren of the above Lodge are re- respectfully informed that the Funeral of Bro.

A. LOGAN will leave 20, Frederick street, Heidelberg, TOMORROW , (Tuesday), at 1  

p.m.. for the Heidelberg Cemetery. W. B. TRAINOR, W.M.; Wor. Bro. J. N. JORDAN.


McLure - The funeral of the late Mr.

SAMUEL JAMES McCLURE will leave the chapel of B. Mathews Pty. Ltd.. 102 Toorak road, Sóuth Yarra, TOMORROW (Tuesday. October 23) 1 p.m.. for the Fawkner   Crematorium. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Win.96    

McCLUBE. - Lodge of Renown, No.     270. Members of the above Lodge and Craft in general are invited to fol- low the Funeral of their late esteemed

brother, SAMUEL JAMES McCLURE. to the Fawkner Crematorium. -The Funeral will leave the chapel of B Matthews Pty. Ltd., 102 Toorak road, South Yarra, TOMORROW (Tuesday, October 23), at 1 p.m. A. HEMING. W.M.; C. R. STAHEL, Sec.

McDONALD. - The Funeral of the late JAMES HENRY McDONALD will leave   Heritage's funeral parlour, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Healesville Cemetery. FRANK HERITAGE. Healesville.

McGREGOR--The Funeral of the late Mr. LESLIE ROSS McGREGOR is appointed to leave the funeral parlour of Hector Gamble & Son, THIS DAY (Monday), at a quarter to 2 o'clock, arriving at Springvale Crema- torium about half-past 2 o'clock. HECTOR GAMBLE & SON, Frankston. Phone 23.

MILLINGTON.-The Funeral of the late JAMES EDWIN BRYAN MILLINGTON Will leave his home, 140 Webster st.. Ballarat, THIS DAY (Monday, at 11 a.m., for the Ballarat Old Cemetery. (Funeral private.) F. W. BARNES Se SON, Ballarat. Phone 79.

NORRIS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. EDGAR ARTHUR NORRIS will leave his re- sidence, 20 Hurtle street, Ascotvale, TOMOR- ROW (Tuesday), at 10.30 am., for the Fawkner Cemwtery. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY.

LTD., Essendon. FU1002.

OXENHAM.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. ANNIE ELIZA- BETH OXENHAM will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart Church, Cotham road. Kew, THIS DAY (Monday), at 10 a.m. The Fune- ral will leave the church at 1.45 p.m. for the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. A. W. PADBURY & Co., Kew. Haw. 31.

PAYNE. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY PAYNE will leave 560 Brunswick street. North Fitzroy. TOMORROW (Tues- day), at 10 15 a.m., for the Fawkner Ceme- tery. RAYBOULD PTY. LTD. LA1017.

PEMBERTON.-The Funeral of the late ALFRED PEMBERTON. ex-superintendent of police, will leave his home, 3 Wynyeh street. East Malvern, THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, for the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner, arriving at cemetery at 11,50 a.m. R. ROBSON. North Fitzroy, JW2345.

PEMBERTON.-Lodge of St. Luke, No. 456, A. F.. & A. Masons of Victoria. Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to meet at the gates of the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner, THIS DAY, at 11.50 a.m., to attend the Funeral of our late esteemed Wor. Bro. ALFRED PEMBERTON. S. J. WILLIAMS. W.M.; G. S. WILLIAMSON, Secretary.

PENDLEBURY.—The Funeral of the late Mr. THOMAS PENDLEBURY will leave Mulqueen's parlours, 170 Sydney road. Bruns- wick, TOMORROW, at 11.30 a.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. MULQUEEN & SON PTY. LTD. Phone FW1746.

PERREN.-The Girls and Boys of the Children's Overseas Reception Board and friends are respectfully Invited to attend a Funeral service for the late Miss DOREEN GLADYS PERREN. at Sleight's chapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, TOMORROW (Tues- day), at 10,45 a.m., after which the cortege will leave for the Melbourne General Ceme- tery, Carlton. E. J PITTARD. Sec., Chil- dren's Welfare Department.

PERRIN_The Funeral of the late GEORGE BENJAMIN PERRIN will leave our parlours. 841 Burke road. Camberwell. TO- MORROW (Tuesday), after a service com- mencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Burwood Cemetery. LE PINE & SON. JA1104.

PHILLIPS. - The Funeral of the late Master KENNETH PHILLIPS will leave his parents' residence, 107 Dundas street. Pres- ton, TOMORROW (Tuesday, October 23), at 1.30 p.m., for the Preston Cemetery. ERN. JENSEN & SONS, Preston. JU1910.

PLANT.--The Funeral of the late Mr. ALFRED EDWARD THOMAS PLANT will

leave 29 Wellington street. Coburg. THIS DAY (Monday), at 2.45 p.m., for the Fawk- ner Cemetery. NELSON BROS., Coburg. MW1301.

RHODES. — The Funeral of the late FREDRICK RHODES will leave his brother's residence, Rosebank, Serpells road, Temple- stowe, for the Templestowe Cemetery THIS DAY (Monday), at 3 p.m. W. G. APPS &


RICHARDSON.-Members of the Deepdene Lodge, No. 358, A., F., and A. Masons of Victoria, are invited to attend the Funeral of our late Bro. JOHN FRANCIS RICHARDSON, which will leave Matthews' funeral parlours, 102 Toorak road, South Yarra, at 2 p.m., for Springvale. H. P. DENNY. W.M.; V. G. BURSTON. P.M., sec.

ROBERTS.-The Funeral of the late PATRICIA VERONICA ROBERTS will leave the Herbert King memorial chapel, 174 Len- nox street, Richmond. THIS DAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. HERBERT KING & SONS. J3462.

ROLLEY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ROSE WHITE ROLLEY will leave her resi- dence. 26 Twyford street, Williamstown, THIS DAY (Monday), at 2 p.m.. for the Williamstown Cemetery. ERNEST W. JACK SON. Williamstown 25.

SCHEMBRI.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late WILLIAM VICTOR SCHEMBRI will be celebrated at St. Paul's Church. Coburg, THIS DAY (Monday, Octo- ber 22), at 7 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at 11 a.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. MULQUEEN & SONS PTY. LTD. FW1746.

STEVENS. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MABEL MILBURN STEVENS will leave 132 Victoria road. Northcote, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 3 30 p.m., for the Preston Cemetery. J. FERGUSON & SON. JW3037

WARREN.-The Funeral of the late GEORGE WILLIAM WARREN will leave his residence, 17 Clarence street, East Mal- vern, THIS DAY (Monday), at 10.30 am., for the St. Kilda Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Win. 66.

YEO.-The private Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH YEO will leave 8 Kelvin street, Ascotvale, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Coburg General Cemetery. HENRY J. R. LEWIS. JA1066.

YOUNG. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE L. YOUNG will leave the Lewis par- lour, 154 Johnston street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY, at 3.45 p m., for the Preston General Cemetery. HENRY J. R. LEWIS. JA1066.