ALBRECHT (nee Paton).—At Mercy Hospi- tal to Agnes and Max—a daughter. (Both well.)
BAILEY (Watkins).—On December 1, at Vaucluse Private Hospital, to Joyce and Harry—a daughter (Dawn Maree). (Both
DUTY (nee Swanson).—On November 25, at Ellendene private hospital, Brisbane, to Sheila, wife of Major John B. Duty (U.S. Army)-a daughter.
DWYER (Dyer).—On December 2, at Mos- giel, to Shirley and Jim-a daughter (Judith
EDQUIST.—On November 28, at St. Vin- cent's Maternity Hospital, to Judyth, wife of WHulam AndTcw Edqulst-a son.
HERITAGE (Brown).-On November 30, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Gladys and Les-a daughter (Gwenyth Anne). (Both
MALTBY.-On December 3, to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Maltby (Peg Maltby)-a daugh-
McCALLUM (Margaret McLennan).-On December 1, at St. George's Hospital, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. A. N. McCallum-a son (John Roderick).
MCDOWALL (nee Lidgerwood).—To Molly, wife of W.O. Ray McDowall, R.A.A.F.-a son (Ashley Raymond).
NEILL (Bedggood).—On November 27, at Gippsland Hospital, Sale, to Joan and Alban -a daughter (Dianne Catherine).
PALLIN (Roberts).-On November 30, at Devon, Glenhuntly, to Laurie and Bill-a
PERL (Marks). - On November 25, at Margaret Coles, to Jean and Michael-a daughter (Margaret).
WILKIE.-On December 3, at Margaret Coles Hospital, to Esme and Bill-a daugh- ter (Christine).
WILSON (Way).-On November 23, at Bright Community Hospital, to Rene and Chas.-a son (John Charles).
WORDSWORTH. — On November 30, at Nooralie, Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wordsworth-a daughter (Elizabeth Anne).
INNES—MARTYR. — On November 4, at Wesley Chapel, Melbourne, Rube, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. E., and the late Mr. G. C. Martyr, to Duncan (A.I.F., returned), youngest son of Mr. D. and the late Mrs. A. Innes, The Park, Oaklands, N. S.W.
McCARTHY—HOLTEN.—On November 15, at Melbourne Grammar School Chapel, by Rev. J. C. W. Brown, Nancy Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holten, Braemar, Ocean street, Hampton, to War- rant-Officer William Robert Pearson (ret. P.O.W., A.I.F.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCarthy, Wellington, New
FISHER—DUSTING.—Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fisher announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated on December 4, 1920, at Graham street Metho- dist Church. (Present address, 13 Athelston road, Camberwell.)
HOWARD.-Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Howard, 11 Carson avenue, Mont Albert, announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at St. Stephen's Church, Richmond, on December 4, 1920.
KURZMAN-STERRY.-Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kurzman, 6 The Avenue, Coburg, announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their marriage, celebrated at the Presbyterian Church, Coburg, by the late Very Rev. Dr. John Mathew on December 4, 1920.
RICHARDS-MARTIN. - Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Richards. E., S., and A. Bank, Windsor, have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebra- ted at Cairns Memorial Church, East Mel- bourne, by late Rev. Mccauley Caldwell on
December 4, 1920.
SIMPSON.-Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Simpson announce with pleasure the 25th anni- versary of their wedding, celebrated by the late W. B. Blackmore at the Swanston street Church of Christ. (Present address, 326 Pigdon street, Princes Hill.)
SUTHERLAND-NIGHTINGALE. - Mr. and Mrs A. C. Sutherland announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated on December 4, 1920, at St. Clement's Church of England, Elstern-
wick, by Rev. A. E. Britten. (Present ad-
dress, 13 May street, Hampton.)
DEATHS On Active Service
CALDER.-VX36750, Lieut. Maxton, miss- ing, Amboina, February, 1942. now presumed dead, loving Husband of Norma, beloved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, 18 Vincent street, Glen Iris.
CALDER. - VX36750. Lieut. M. M. H. (Max), 2nd/21st Batt., reported missing, February, 1942, at Lalla, Amboina, now presumed, dead, only son of the late W. S. Calder and Mrs. Calder, Arundel street, Benalla, brother of Betty, Arabelle, Patricia,
HILLS. - VX21540, Pte H. Roy. 2/2nd
Pioneers, missing now reported died 28th June, 1942, P.O.W., loved husband of Jean, father of Barbara, son-in-law of F. Ruther- ford, 16 Condor street, Auburn. -Sadly
JEFFREY.-Flight-Sergent Sidney Alexan- der, a proud and loving tribute to our dear nephew dearly loved cousin of June. (Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jeffrey.)
LEWIS.-VX26811. Pte. Allan Ranking, 2/21 Batt., reported missing, February 2, 1942, now reported missing, believed de- ceased, while P.O.W., Laha, Amboina, be- loved son Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lewis, 17 Elgin street. Hawthorn, loved brother Nor- man (A.I.F.), Dorothy (Mrs. Germaine), Irene (Mrs. McNally). Mollie, and Nellie (Mrs. Spackman).
LEWIS-VX26811, Pte. Allan R., 2/21 Batt., Lana, Amboina, only brother Nor- man (A.I.F,. returned); also a tribute to his brave comrades. -At the, going down of the sun and in the morning we will re- member them.
LEWIS.-VX26811, Pte. Allan R.. 2/21 Bat., believed died while P.O.W., Lana, Am- boina, dearly loved brother of Dorothy, brother-in-law and pal of Arthur Germaine, uncle of Geoffrey Allan. -He died that we might live.
LEWIS.-VX36811, Private Allan R.. 2/21 Batt., Lana, Amboina (cause and date un- known), loved ( brother of Mollie. -No greater love.
MACKECHNIE.-In proud and loving memory, of VX224W, Sgt. Eoin Mackintosh, 2/21st Batt., believed died. P.O.W., Lena, Amboina, fond brother of Charles, and brother-in-law of Jean.
MACKECHNIE.-VX22417, Sgt. Eoin M. died while P.O.W., Laha Amboina. date and cause unknown, loved fiance of Evelyn
MACKECHNIE.-VX22417, a tribute to the memory of Sgt. Eoin, died while P.O.W., Lana, Amboina. (Inserted by Phyllis and Betty McLean.)
MACKECHNIE.-VX22417, in loving memory of Eoin, 2/21st Batt., reported believed died while P.O.W., Lana, Amboina. (In- serted by Mrs. B. A. McLean and family, St. Kilda.)
MACKECHNIE.-VX22417. Sgt. E. M., 2/21st Batt., previously missing, now re- ported believed died, P.O.W., Laha. Am- boina, esteemed friend of Bert McLean.
MORRISON.-VX40442, L.-Cpl. Clement William, 2/21st Battalion, presumed died February 2. 1942, at Laha. Amboina. be- loved husband Dorothy, father of Bobbie.
MORRISON.-VX40442. Lance-Cpl. Clement W., 2nd/21 Battalion. Laha, Amboina, pre- sumed to have died while P.O.W.. Amboina. cause and date unknown, darling only son of Robert (deceased) and Rachel, darling bro- ther of Sylvia (deceased). Jessy and Jean, and daddy of Bobbie. -Always in our thoughts. (50 Berry st.. East Melbourne.)
MORRISON.-VX40442. L.-Cpl. Clement William, 2/21st Battalion, presumed died February 2, 1942, Laha. Amboina, beloved son-in-law of Violet and Frank Dickson, and brother-in-law of Jack (R.A.A.F.), George (A.I.F.), and Betty. -We shall remember
MORRISON.-VX40442. Lance-Cpl. Clement W.. 2/21st Battalion. Laha Amboina, pre- sumed to have died while P.O.W..- Amboina. loving only brother and brother-in-law of Jean and Alan Wilson. -We will .always re- member you smiling, boy.
NEWBURY.-VX43&76. Major M. W. H. (Horton), 2/21st Battalion, died while P.O.W., Laha, Amboina. loved brother-in law of Jim and Enid Brown, uncle of James.
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On Active Service
SEABROOK.-VX46491. Lieut. Edward Neville, 2/21st Batt, reported missing, now believed died, P.OW., Lana. Ambolna, dearly loved husband of Elvie. 62 Simpson street,
SEABROOK.-In proud and loving memory of our dearly loved only son, Lieut. Edward Neville. VX46491. 2/21st Batt., believed died, P O.W., Lana, Amboina. cause and date un- known. (Ada and Edward Seabrook, 28 Lucas street, Brighton.)
SEABROOK.-VX4649Í, Lieut. Edward Neville. 2/21st Batt., missing since February 2, 1942, now believed died, P.O.W. Laha Amboina, dearly loved brother of Marjorie, brother-in-law of Les. and uncle of War- wick.
STOCKS.-VX50058, Pte. Charles Alexan- der. C Company. 2/21st Batt.. Laha, Am- boina previously reported missing February 2. 1942, now presumed deceased, dearly loved younger son of Annie, late Edward, loving brother of Phyllis (Mrs. E. Riggall), and Joe. 151 Summerhill road, Glen Iris. -His memory will always live In our hearts.
TAYLOR, - Sergeant Donald James, VX20686. 2/21st Batt., reported missing Feb- ruary 2. 1942. now presumed deceased, Laha. Amboina. date and cause unknown, loving son oí Mrs. A. M, Taylor. Chelsea and the late Alex, loving-brother of Carlyle, Kenneth (A.I.F.. ret.)rJohn. Joyce (Mrs. Davis). Ian (A.I.F.. ret.), aged 22 years. -Our brave boy. What is it all when all is told. This ceaseless toiling for fame and gold? The fleeting joy or bitter tears? We are only here a few short years. Nothing our own but the silent past, loving or hating nothing can last. Each pathway leads to the silent fold. Oh, what Is it all when all is told?
TINSLEY.-P.O. Herb, previously reported missing, now presumed killed over Neckarten- zlingen Germany, beloved husband of Doris, loved daddy of John, Dorothy, Sandra. -Until we meet again.
TYRWHITT-DRAKE.-On December 3, at Heidelberg Military Hospital, Captain John Tyrwhitt-Drake (A.M.F.). beloved husband of Ruth, and loving daddy of David. -In God's care.
WESTON.-VX20214. C.Q.M.S., T. M. B. (Barry), C Company, 2/21st Batt., died Laha, Ambolna, dearly loved husband of Coralie 494 Barker's road Hawthorn.
WESTON.-VX20214, C.Q.M.S., T. M. B. (Barry) C Company, 2/21st Batt., Laha. Amboina. deeply loved only son of Thomas and Maude Weston. 12 High street. Mont Albert. -Thou shalt keep him in perfect
WESTON.-VX20214, C.Q.M.S., T. M. B. (Barry), 2/21st Batt., "C" Coy., died Laha, Amboina, loved friend of Neil and Cone. Munro.
ANDERSON.-On December 3, Hannah, widow of the late Alexander Anderson, aged 87 years (late of 7 Sydney street. Ascot vale), -In Thy presence Is fullness of Joy.
BREW. - On December 3, John George Brew, 19 Clyde street. Glen Iris, dearly be- loved husband of Moya Honor dearly loved and devoted father of Marie and Nancy be- loved only son of the late Michael and Mary Dorcas Brew (Williamstown), aged 63 years. -Requiescat in pace.
CARMAN.-On December 3. at his resi- dence, 9 Wattle gve., Coburg, Thomas Henry, dearly beloved husband of Pearl, aged 65 years. -With Christ, which is far better.
CARMAN.-On December 3, Thomas H., loved son of the late H. and J. Carman (Bendigo), loving brother of O. B. Shep- pard. W. L. and R. H. Carman, Bell (Mrs. P. Noble), loved cousin of C. Sproat. -At
home with the Lord.
CARMAN.-On December 3, at Coburg. Thomas, loved brother-in-law of Lil and Alf, loving uncle of Gwen and the late Frank Nelder. -At rest.
CONQUEST.-On December 2 (suddenly), at her residence, Lisieux, 31 Westbury street. East St. Kilda, Clare Dorothea, be- loved wile of Arthur James Conquest, and loving mother of Rev. Daniel. John, and James -Requiescat in pace.
CONQUEST.-A tribute to Mrs. Clare Con- quest, loved wife oí our esteemed secretary, Arthur J Conquest, from the Melbourne Bowling Club.
DANES.-On December 3, at private hos- pital, St. Kilda, Robert, loved husband of the late Florence, and loving father of Cyril and Mervyn, father-in-law oí Gwen and Jean, loved grandfather of Shirley, Ian, Beverly Ken, and Rosslyn.
DOWSETT.-On December 1, at Black- burn. Ernest Noel, our esteemed brother officer. (Inserted by his fellow officers, sewerage branch, M M B.W.)
GARTLAN.-On December 3, Leo Damlen, darling son of Leo and Kit Gartlan, of 107 Mentone parade, Mentone, loving brother of Gerard. Mary, and John, aged seven years. -Requlescat in pace.
GRILLS.-On December 2 at her resi- dence, 12 Brawn avenue. Ballarat. Jessie May, dearly loved wife of John Clarence Grills. (Privately interred Ballarat New Cemetery December 3.)
HAWKINS.-On December 2, at 24 Par- nell street, Elsternwick, Ellen, relict of the late James William Hawkins (late of Buln Buln), loving mother of Percy, Edgar (de- ceased), and Elvie, and loving grandmother of Betty, Neville, Denese, and Alec, aged 89
HOLMES.-On November 29, at Albury. Gordon du Bedat. loved husband of Lillian Gordon, and loved father of Nell (Mrs. Rosser) and Greta (Mrs. Archie Lang), aged
HUGHES-On December 3, at his resi- dence. 11 Yerrin street. Balwyn. John, dearly beloved husband of Florence Hughes and loving father of Roy and Dorothy, and loving grandpa of, Judith and Wendy aged ' 85 years -At rest. (Private interment.)
INGE.-On December 2, at Robertson street. Toorak. Ethelwyn Mary, loved fourth daugh- ter of the late Henry Robert and Isabella Ann Fuge
KAWOHL.-On December 3, at Coburg, Caroline, dearly loved wife of the late John Henry Kawohl, and loving mother of Jack, and mother-in-law of Ann, loved grandma of Dawn and Betty. -In God's care.
KAYE.-On December 3 (suddenly), at 7 Corrls street, Yarraville, William John Kaye, the dearly beloved husband of the late Ethel May, and loving father of Seth, Jean (Mrs. Dehais), and Joyce (Mrs. Jef- fery), aged 68 years. -Mother and father reunited.
McLEAN.-On December 1, Alison Jean, beloved only child of Phyllis and Frederick McLean, of 9 Moore street, Coburg, aged
McLEAN.-On December 1, at Children's Hospital, Carlton. Alison Jean, beloved baby granddaughter of L. and B. Anderson, and dearly loved; niece of Jean (deceased), Joyce, Robert (Darwin), Doris, Gordon (Borneo), Roy. Dulcie, John, and Alan. -ßafely, safely gathered in.
MURDOCH.-On December 2. at her resi- dence, Victoria street, Eaglehawk, Sarah Jane, dearly loved wife of the late Robert, aged 78 years.
O'BRIEN.-On December 2, at the Austin Hospital, John Cornelius, eldest son of the late John and Harriet O'Brien. leaves - widow and five children. -R.I.P.
OFFICER.-On December 2, at Corowa Hospital. Kenneth Charles, of Queen street. Corowa aged 76 years -At rest.
O'KEEFE.- On December 2, at Ararat, John James, dearly beloved husband of Mary Ann O'Keefe, of Ararat, aged 70 years. - At rest.
PÀTER80N.-On December 1, at 1& Morris
street, Williamstown, Margaret Simpson Paterson.
PROUT-WEBB,-On December 3, Constance the loved wife of Keith, and loved, sister of Adelaide.
RAY.- On November 25, at Saumarez, Woodglen, East Gippsland, Emma Charter, widow of George Ray, and mother of Nell (Mrs. H. F. Ross, Lindenow), Gertie (Mrs. T. Scott, Willaura), Ethel (Mrs. W. H. Dumaresq, Woodglen), and Theo (Wagga, N.S.W.).
ROCHE.—On December 3, at her residence, 50 Centre road, East Brighton. Julia, relict of the late William Roche, and loving mother of Francis, Vera, Madge (Mrs. J. Gardiner), Gert (Mrs. F. Mardling), William, Nell, Joseph, and Mena, late of Ascotvale. —Re- quiescat in pace.
SHEEHAN. - On December 2, Jeremiah, dearly beloved father-in-law of Essie, and grandfather of Joe and Frank (A.LF.). ftnd Patricia and Judith.
SPENCE.-On December 3, Emily . Louisa, of 23 Kalang av.. East Camberwell, beloved sister of Jeanette and Tom Stevens.'Murray st.. Thornbury,, loved aunt Of Keith,, Gladys, and Lorna.
STEPHENSON. -On December 3, at 3 Car- rington grove, East St. Kilda, Emily, wife of late Thomas, dearly beloved mother of Venie. Amy, and Ernie.
STEWART.-Members and Friends at the Newmarket Baptist Sunday School and Kin- dergarten wish to express their love and esteem for Sl6ter A. Stewart, who passed to a higher life. December 1. -Loved by all.
SYMONS.-On November 30, at his home. Avalon. No. 70 Champion street Brighton. William John, loving husband of Florence, and-devoted father of Ellis. -At rest. (Pri- vately interred at Fawkner December 1.)
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THOMAS.'"-On December 3, at her son's residence. 8 Gilbert grove. Bentleigh, Jaco mina EUen (Nell), dearly loved wife of the late Bert, and loi cd mother of Viv and Rita, aged 74 years. .-Requiescat In pace.
WELLS.-On November a, at Cheltenham. Richard Losco, dearly beloved husband of late Annie Weils, aged 90 years. (Cremated at Fawkner.) (Inserted by T. N. Wells.)
WELLS.-On November 29, Priscilla, dearly loved wife of William, and loving mother of Norman, only, daughter of the late William and Anne Wood, of Campbell's Creek, via Castlemaine: (Cremated at Fawk-
WILSON.-On December 2. Thomas Charles Wilson (29th Batt.. 1st ALF.).,of 17 Woods street. Newport, dearly beloved husband of Mabel Victoria dearly loved father of Ernest. beloved third son of Frederick and the late Elizabeth Wilson, loved brother of Fred. Maggie (Mrs. H. Butler). Fran*. Agnes (Mrs. W. Vickers), and Sam. aged 50 years. -At rest. (Remains, at E. W. Jackson's chapel. North Williamstown.) , ,_ " .
WILSON.-On November 30, at Bacchus Marsh William Mcpherson Wilson, husband of the late Emily Margaret Wilson, loving father of Elsie (Mrs. Gormer), James. Wil- liam Mary (Mrs. Trevena). -Peg (Mrs. C. Clarke). _ _
Roll of Honour-On Active Service
ADDISON.-In proud and loving memory at our dear son and brother. F.O>. Alex Addi- son, result of air accident. North Africa, Deo. 4. 1943. -Our dear laddie at rest. (Father, mother, sister, and brothers.)
CAVANAGH.-117541 R.I.O.M.U., RA.A.F.. New Guinea and islands (also R.A.N.. 1914 1918), died of Illness on active service Decem- ber 4 1943. In proud memory of Peter, loving daddy of carol and Sandra, and be- loved husband of Grace. Yarrawonga.
CAVANAGH-In loving memory of Pete Wilkinson, late RAAF, (also R.A.N. 1914 1918*. died on active service December 4-, 1943: also Jack killed France, April. 1917. (Mother and family.) . _
HARDY.-H. J.. VX63626. passed away De- cember 4. 1942. -Resting far away In foreign parts, you'll always remain near in our hearts. (Inserted by Alf and Welmot )
RICHARDSON.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, VX30903. William Henry, 2/2 Pioneers, died of illness while P.O.W., Thailand, December 4. 1943. -Your absence cannot take away what in the heart is dear; j ou "are still ours In thoughts, love, as It dawns another year. (Inserted by dad. mum, sisters, and brothers, Meeniyan, South Gippsland.)
RICHARDSON.-In loving memory of my dear brother, William Henry. VX30903, 2/2 Pnr. Btn., who died of illness. P.O.W.. Thailand, December 4, 1943. -Many a lonely heartache, many a silent tear; but always beautiful memories, of one we loved so dear. (Sadly missed by his loving sister. Flora.)
RICHARDSON.-In loving memory of our dear brother. VX30903. Henry, who died while P.O.W. In Thailand camp, December 4. 1943 -For ever we'll remember, (Inserted by Jean. Bernie, and Kevin.) ,
SKILBECK.-In sacred memory of our1 be- loved son and brother 40063, P.-O. Robert W. Skilbeck, also the gallant-crew of Lancas- ter bomber destroyed by enemy action over Dortmund, December.- 4. 1944. -His love endureth for ever.
TEMPLETON.-In loving memory of our brother. Flight-Sergeant R. P. Templeton, killed result air operations. Germany. De- cember 4, 1944, aged 19 years. -Always remembered. (Inserted by Ness and Ray.)
CADWALLADER, - In loving memory of Elizabeth, loved sister of Hal (Mrs. Scott), also the late John. (Inserted by her sister in-law. Agnes, and family.) »?
CARNIE.-In loving memory of my mother. Minnie Louise, who passed away on Decem- ber 3. 1944. (Ever remembered by her lov-
ing daughter, Mar j.).
.... loving memory of my be-
loved wife, who passed away December 4, 1944. -sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving husband. )
COUTIE.-Fondest memories of our dearly loved mother, who passed away December 4, 1944. -Always in our thoughts. (In- serted by her loving daughter and son-in law, Toots and Bobs.) .
OOUTIE.-In affectionate memory of our dear mother, who passed away on December 4 1944. loving nana of Bill, Alex, Jean. Jim, Jessie. Algie Margaret, and great-grandson Richard. -Sweet memories. (Inserted by Jessie and Harry Bradley.) j,
COUTIE.-In loving memory, of our dear mother, who passed away on December 4, 1944. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by Margaret and Dalph Greenhalgh.)
DRYSDALE.-In loving memory of ray dear wife, Elsie, and our devoted mother, who passed away Decembei 3, 1944. -Al- ways in our thoughts. (Inserted by her loving husband. Colin; daughter, Lorraine: and son. Frank )
GTLLARD.-Loving thoughts today and al- ways of our dear dad. who passed away De- cember 4, 1944. (Inserted by his daughter. Gladys-Mrs. Joyce, and son-in-law, Les.)
GILLARD.-In affectionate memory of our dearly loved grandpa, who passed away De- cember 4. 1944. (Inserted by his grandchil- dren Douglas and Barbara.)
HARRISON.-In sad and loving memory of my dear wife, Mary Lynda, who passed away December 4. 1942. -Sadly missed. (F.A.H.)
HARRISON.-In loving memory of Mary Lynda, who passed away December 4, 1942, loved sister of Alys, sister-in-law of Fred, and dear aunt of Mary. Joy, and Shirley
JOHNSON.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away December 4, 1932. -What ever else I fall to do, I never fail to think of you. (inserted by her loving daughter. Ruby.)
JOHNSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on December 4, 1933. -To be with you In the same old way would be our dearest wish today. (In- serted by her loving daughter, Ethel, and son-in-law. Joe ) '
KING.-In loving memory of my dear husband Albert Edward, called home on De- cember 4. 1944, loving father of Effie (Mrs Woods) Rita (Mrs. Egerton). Will, and Marge (Mrs Wilden). -In God's keeping.
McGEEHAN.-In loving memory of Keith, who passed away three years ago. (Inserted by his wife. Dulcie.)
McPHEE.-A tribute to the memory of Duncan McPhee. passed away at Angle road, December 4, 1944. -Kind memories. (A M.K )
" MeVILLY.-Another year has gone, but deeper Is the love and longing for our dear son and brother. Ken. -Always in the thoughts of mother and Joan. Railway Hotel, Millthorpe. N.S.W.
METCHER.-Fondest memories of our
dearly loved daughter-in-law, Mollie, «ailed to the higher service, December 4. 1937. -For ever with the Lord. (S. and M. Meteher and sisters-in-law, A. Anderson, E. Yemm. and M. Hanson.)
MUTIMER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away December 4, 1939. -A wonderful pal. For ever we'll remem- ber. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Jean, and sons". Douglas and Lindsay.)
RAGATZ.-In loving memory of my dear husband,'Albert Edmond, who passed away December 4. 1944. (Inserted by his loving wife. E. Ragatz.)
SAMGARI.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our loving mother, died December 4, 1931. (Inserted by her loving husband and family, of Campbelltown.)
8LOMAN.-In loving memory of out dear dad. John David, who passed away on De- cember 4, 1943. -May his dear soul rest in .peace (Inserted by his son. daughter, and grandchildren.)
WARDLAW.-In loving memory of dear mother and granny,., who passed away on December 4, 1944. -We cherish still with love sincere beautiful memories of a mother so dear. (Inserted, by her lpvlng son. Jack: daughter-in-law. Trix; grandchildren. Joyce and Jack.)
TEMPLETON.-Mrs H O. TEMPLETON and Family wish to THANK all kind rela- tives and friends for beautiful floral tributes, letters, cards, telegrams, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.' Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere gratitude.
ANDERSON. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. HANNAH ANDERSON will leave the Warrick street hall. Ascotvale. TOMORROW (Wednesday), at 3.30, after a service com-
mencing at 3 pm.. for the Fawkner Ceme- tery, arriving at 4 p.m. JOSEPH ALLISON PIT. LTD.. Moonee Ponds. FTJ8461.
BREW.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN GEORGE BREW will leave St. Mary's Church. Cecil street, Williamstown. THIS DAT (Tuesday), at conclusion of Prayers, commencing 10 45 a m>. for the Wil- liamstown Cemetery. (Solemn Requiem Mass 7 a.m.). ERNEST W. JACKSON.,Williams-
CARMAN.-The Funeral of the late Mr. THOMAS H. CARMAN will leave 9 Wattle grove. Coburg, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 3.30 p.m., for the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner. HENRY J. R. LEWIS. JA1066
I CONQUEST. - Solemn Requiem'Mass for i the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. 1 CLARE DOROTHEA CONQUEST will be cele-
brated at St. Mary's Church, Dandenong road, East St. Kilda. THIS DAY. «t 10.30 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Mel- bourne General Cemetery. Carlton; TOBIN BROS.. Melbourne. F1294. . __ i DANES.-The Funeral of the late ROBERT DAM» will leave W. G. Apps St Sons' Chapel. 395 High st.. St. Kilda, for the Springvale Crenïatorlum. TOMORBOW(Wed netfay. December 5). at 11 *m. APPS St SONS. St. Kilda. LA1271.
OAKTON. -Requiem, Mass for the re* post of the soul ot they late Master LEO DAMIEN GARTLAN. Will be celebratedTat St. Patrick's Church. Mentone; THIS DAY; at 9 a m. The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the New Cheltenham Cemetery. TOBIN BROS.. Mel- bourne and Mentone; , PÏ294.
HAWKINS.-The Funeral of the late Mea. ELLEN HAWKINS wUl leave her home, 24 Parnell street, Elsternwick. THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the New, Cheltenham Ceme- tery. T. BATHURST & CO., late A.I.F.,
Caulfield. Phone LP6337.
KAWOHX. - The Funeral of the, late CAROLINE KAWOHL wiU leave R'.< B. Penn's parlour. 482 Sydney road. Coburg, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 11 am., for the Fawkner Cemetery. R, B. PENN, Coburg.
O'BRIEN.-Mass for the repose of the soul of the late JOHN CORNELIUS O'BRIEN will be celebrated at the Catho- lic Church. Croydon, at 10 a.m. TOMOR- ROW (Wednesday, December 5). The Fune- ral will leave the church for Lilydale Ceme- tery at 10.30 a.ra. W. G. APPS PTY. LTD., Fitzrov. JA1145.
REDPATH.-The'Funeral of the late Mrs. ISABELLA REDPATH will leave Rayboulds' funeral parlours. Cecil street. Prahran, THIS DAY. at 3.45 p.m., for the New Cheltenham Cemetery. Service commencing at 3.30 p.m. at parloure. RAYBOULDS PTY. LTD.
ROCHE. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs JULIA ROCHE will be celebrated at- St. Pintara Church. East Brighton TOMORROW (Wednesday), at 7 am. The Funeral will leave the church at 9.30 a.m. for the Melbourne Gene- ral Cemetery. Carlton. T03IW BROkJ . Mel-
SCOTT. - The Funeral of the late Mr. DAVID GORDON SCOTT WiU leave 701 Barkly st. Footscray, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 2 30 pm. for the Footscray Cemetery. AU members of Prosperity Lodge. R.A.O.B.. wish- ing to pay their respects, to meet at his late residence, 701 Barkly street.
STEPHENSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs EMILY STEPHENSON will leave 3 Car- rington grove,- East St. Kilda. THIS DAY. at 12 noon for the Malmsbury Cemetery, arriv- ing at 2.30 p.m. HERBERT KING Se SONS.
THOMAS. - The Funeral of the late Mrs JACOMTNA ELLEN (Nell) THOMAS Will l"ave 8 Gilbert grove. Bentleigh THIS DAY. it 2 p m for the Melbourne General Ceme- tery. Carlton. TOBIN BROS.. Melbourne F129* . . ...
TYRWHITT-DRAKE.-The Funeral of the late Ceptam JOHN TYRWHTrT-DRAKB wiU leave Matthews* funeral parlours. Toorak road, THIS DAY. at 1.30 p.m.. for the Fprinevale Cemetery.
WILSON.-The Funeral of the late Mr THOMAS CHARLES ^WILSON wUl leave E. W. Jackson's chapel. Ferguson street. North Williamstown. THIS DAY (Tuesday), at conclusion of a service, commencing at 3 15 p m , for the WUliamstown Cemetery. ERNEST W. JACKSON. Williamstown 25.