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BARNETT (nee Florrie Payne). —On June 3, at St. George's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.         R. J. Barnett —a son (John Barry).

CAMERON. —On May 27, a Devon Hospital, Glenhuntly, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cameron—a son.  

CAMPBELL. —On May 30, at St. Andrew's Pres-   byterian Hospital, East Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs.       ?. R. Campbell, 24 Wallace crescent, Pascoevale-     a son. (Robert John Dimmock.)      

CORDINGLEY (nee McRobert). —On June 1, at Nooralie, 6 Ulupna road, Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. ?. F. Cordingley-a daughter (Rosemary).

DARVALL. -On June 2, at St. Andrew's Hos-      pital, East Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. Roger   Darvall, of 23 Fitswilliam street, Kew-a daughter.

EMERSON.(nee Petherick).-On June 3, at St.     Helen's Hospital Windsor, to Jean Leslie, the wife of C. McK. Emerson, of Alva Downs, Merino

-a son.

HAMILTON (nee Morgan)-On June 2, at St.   Andrew's Presbyterian Hospital, Post Melbourne,   to Mr. and Mrs. N. McK. Hamilton, National Bank, Smeaton-a daughter. (Both well.)    

HILL (nee Edith Skinner) -On June 2, at Epworth Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lance C. Hill  

- a daughter.

HUNT-On May 15, at St. Andrew's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. L. Hunt-a son.

MABIN.-On May 27, aT St. Andrew's Hospital,     East Melbourne, to Dr. and Mrs. F. R. T Mabin-

a son.

McNAUGHT (nee Mary Harris) -On May 21, at Torrington private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred   McNaugh,t Rochester-a daughter (Janice Mary).

MIRAMS (nee Johnstone).-On May 27, at   Karinga private hospital, Ascotvale, to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mirams-a son (David Ross) (lived one


MITCHELL.-On June 1, at Berklea private hos-   pital, Kooyong road, Caulfield to Mr. and Mrs. A. McG. Mitchell, Trafalgar - a son (Bruce


MORRISS (nee Marjorie Kendall).-On May 18,   at the Mercy Hospital, East Melbourne, to Mr. and   Mrs. Stan Morriss, of 150 Bay street, Brighton- a daughter (stillborn).

PORTEOUS-On May 26, at Maryborough Hos-   pital, to Mr. and Mrs. John Porteous, Esk Bank,   Wareek-a daughter (Janice Mary).

PULLAR-On June 4, at Lisieus private hos-   pital, Cobram, to Mr. and Mrs. P. R.Pullar    

-a son.

STRIDE (nee Thorn).-On June 2, at Carbethon   private hospital, to Eunice, wife of Douglas W.

Stride, Paxton street, East Malvern-a son (Ian


WILKIE-On June 6, at St. Andrew's Hospital,   East Melbourne, to Mr .and Mrs. R. J. Wilkie-a daughter (Margaret Ruth).

WILMOT (nee McMahon).-On June 3, at Mur-   ray House, Echuca, to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilmot, ???? street, Echuca-a daughter. (Both well.)      

WOOD (nee White).- On June 1, at St. Arnaud, to Jean, wife of Roger W. Wood - a son (Alan Michael).


BLACK-DEPPELER.-The engagement is an-       nounced of Beryl Toogood (Billa), younger daugh- ter of Mrs S. J. Black, of 42 Garden street,   Geelong, and the late Mr. Black, to Edward John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Deppeler,  

???????l, Moriac.  

BROWNBILL-WILLIAMS.-The engagement is       announced of Beryl Madge, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brownbill, of Arnold West, via Inglewood, to Keith Jack, third son of Mr. and   Mrs. John Williams, of Coonooer Bridge, via St.


CHAMBERLAIN-McLEAN.—The engagement is     announced of Lyla May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Chamberlain, Miran grove, Kerang,   to Allan David, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McLean, Sunnyside, Haig street, Ringwood.

CURTIS-HALL.—The engagement is announced   of Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Curtis, of Ouyen, and Dr. Henry Lindsay Hall, PhD., younger son of the late H. L. Hall and

Mrs. Hall, of Elsternwick.

FOGARTY-McDONALD.—The engagement is   announced of Nancy, elder daughter of Mrs. Vardy and the late H. A. Fogarty, late of Lake View, Mystic Park, to Ian Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald, of Riversdale, Myall.

HUME-INNES-VENVILLE. —Mary Ellen only   daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Hume-Innes,     Leahy street, Nhill, Victoria, to John Edward, only   son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Venville, of Elwood and    


MARRIOTT-GILL.—The engagement is an-    

nounced of Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Marriott, Tucker road, Bentleigh, to Leslie Richard, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gill, ?6 Brewer road, Bentleigh.

NUNN-ROBINSON.—Edith Lilian, eldest daugh-   ter of the Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Nunn, of Monbulk,   formerly of Fiji, to Alan Robert, second son of Cr. and Mrs. R. Robinson, of Newstead and


RICHARDS-BLACKNEY.- The engagement is   announced of Isobel Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Richards, William street, Essen- don, to Clarence (Kel), Second A.I.F., third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Blackney, South street, Ascot-  


THOMPSON-BURSILL. - The engagement is announced of Jean Elizabeth, only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson, Nathalia, to Leslie

Francis, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.  

Bursill, Nathalia.


MACFARLANE-BAKER. -The marriage took place on May 25, at Christ Church, St. Kilda, by Rev. C. Macmichael of Kathleen (Kay), only daughter of the late Mr. F. C. Baker, of Ottawa, Canada, and Mrs. E. Baker, 26 Blessington street,   St. Kilda, to Alan, elder son of the late Mr. A. Macfarlane, of Wallasey, England and Mrs. F. Mackenzie, of Oakleigh road, Murrumbeena.

RAISBECK-TAYLOR.-On May 11, at the     Presbyterian Church, Toorak, by the Rev. J.   Andrew Barber, B. A., Margaret Hamilton, elder daughter of Mrs. M. J. Taylor, Weeroona, Hamil-     ton, and the late Mr. J. E. Taylor, Warrnambool, to Henry Charles, only son of Major and Mrs.   ?. J. Raisbeck, Alicia street, Hampton.  

TATE-WALKER.-On May 25, at the Kerang   Methodist Church, Phylis Jean, second daughter of Mr. George Walker, of 10 Burgoyne street, Kerang, was quietly married to Ronald Kenneth Tate, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs.

George Tate, of Wandella, by Rev. B. Crisp.


SORENSEN-THOMPSON.-Mr. and Mrs. F.     Sorensen announce with pleasure the 26th anni-   versary of their wedding, celebrated at Hamilton,

June ?, 1915, by Rev. C. Thomas. At home Satur-   day afternoon at 41 Stewart street, Ormond.

STEPHENS-SURMAN (Jessie) -Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stephens, of 46 Bambra road, Caulfield,       announce with pleasure the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated on June 5, 1915 by the

Rev. John A. Crockett.


RYALL.-Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ryall, of 13 Ken- nealy street, Surrey Hills, desire to Thank their many friends for gifts, floral tributes, telegrams, letters, &c., also their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn Jones, for their untiring efforts   on the occasion of their golden wedding.

STRINGER.-Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Stringer   gratefully acknowledge telegrams, cards, and gifts tendered them on the occasion of their golden wedding, and take this opportunity of Thanking all friends, old and new, for their kind remem-

brance. (131 Argyle street, St. Kilda.)  


SPEAR-CHANDLER.-On June 8, 1880, at Hartwell, Victoria, by the late Samuel Ward, Annie Ruth, eldest daughter of the late John and   Mrs. Chandler, of Hartwell, to Frederick (Fred), youngest son of the late Frederick and Mrs. Spear, of Camberwell road, Hawthorn. (Present address, Home 9, Waterloo street, Camberwell, ?. ?.)


ACOTT. -On June 7, at Mount Royal Home, Wil- liam Henry Acott, late 543 Bridge road, Richmond,   member of Melbourne Draughts Club, dearly loved son of the late Thomas and Martha Acott, of Buninyong, aged 67 years. -A patient sufferer at rest.

AGG-On June 5, Cecil Harold Agg, dearly beloved husband of Olive Agg, of Brighton, and beloved son of the late Alfred John and Louisa Agg, aged 73 years. (Interred privately, Brigh- ton Cemetery, 6th June.)

ALLEN.- On June 8, at Melbourne, May   Amelia Wilson-Allen, beloved wife of late Robert John Wilson-Allen, of 11 Dillon grove, Glen Iris, and loving mother of Rose (Mrs. Cornish), Thelma (Mrs. Shoebridge, Tasmania). (Privately interred Williamstown Cemetery, 7th June.)  

AMBROSE.-On June 7, at Alfred Hospital, Angus Stewart Ambrose, of Carlton, and 33 Park street, North Fitzroy, dearly beloved   husband of Marion, loved father of Lily (Mrs. A. Waddell), Edith (Mrs. Halley), Angus, Marian (Mrs. Woodcock), Hannah (Mrs. Elliott), Elsa (Mrs. R. Waddell), Jean (Mrs. Huggins), John, and Dor- othy ; aged 6? years. At rest.

CAYZER.-On June 6, at Queenscliff, Barbara,   dearly beloved wife of Nathaniel, and loved mother   of Robert and John, and loved grandmother of         Aston and Robert.

CAYZER.-On June 6, at Queenscliff, at the residence of her son, Robert, Barbara, dearly loved wife of Nathaniel, and beloved sister of   Isabella (Mrs. R. Toms, 15 Grandview street,   Moonee Ponds), Christina (17 Bayview avenue, Auburn), William (Albury), Alexander (Albury),

Peter (Unley, Adelaide), Ewan (deceased), John  

(deceased). -Underneath are the Everlasting  


COOPER.-On June 7, at Mooroopna Base Hos-   pital, Nellie, dearly loved wife of Charles Cooper,

Lancaster; aged 51 years.

COVENTRY.-On June 6, at her residence, 6   ?angerong road, Box Hill (suddenly), Florence

Mary, beloved wife of John James, and lovlig

mother of Jack, Harry, Alf., Bert, Roy, Fred,     and Florence. (Privately cremated June 7.)  

CRAIG.-On June 2, at Sydney, Daisy, loved   wife of late Edward Craig, C.E., late of Malvern

road, stepmother of late Amy, mother of late   Arthur (A.I.F.), Cyril, Elsie (Mrs. Farrar), and Richard, dearly loved friend of Mrs. Blake and Family.

DAVIES (nee Lewis).-On June 5, at Canter-

bury, Esther, loved daughter of Margaret and the

late Benjamin Lewis, sister of David, Bess, Ivor, and Belle, and sister-in-law of Nellie.    

DE JARLAIS.-On June 7, at private hospital,     Auburn, Jerome Frederick De Jarlais, of Omeo, eldest son of the late David and Julia De Jarlais, brother of Jean (Mrs. Longworth), Lillian (Mrs. Prendergast), and Edwin S. (of Hawthorn), aged 79 years. -R.I.P.    

DEAN.-On June 6, at his residence, 388 Johnston   street, Abbotsford, John Patrick, dearly beloved

second son of the late William and Hanora Dean,   fondly loved brother of Joseph (deceased), Catherine, Ann, Thomas, Rose, Mary (deceased),  

and William, brother-in-law of Mary and uncle of        

William. -Requiescat in pace. (Interred pri-       vately St. Kilda Cemetery, June 7.)

DUNBAR.-On June 7, at his residence, 252 High       street, St. Kilda (suddenly), Donald Falconer,       dearly beloved husband of Catherine and loved   father of Jean and Robert.

EVANS.-On June 1, at Bendigo, Gwendoline     Margaret, loved only daughter of the late John    

and Mrs. Evans, of Woodvale, sister of John, James, and Arthur. -Sweet memories.    

FRY.-On June 4 (suddenly), at Hawthorn,         Robert Henry, of 12 Smart street, Hawthorn, be-

loved father of Bob, Albert, and Florrie (Mrs.   Miller). -At rest. (Interred Kew Cemetery June 6.)  

GAUNT.-On June 1 (result of accident), Arthur     Robert, dearly loved youngest son of Francis and Elizabeth, of 1 Albert road, Carnegie, loving brother  

of Betty (Mrs. Burke), Ann (Mrs. Thomas),

Joseph, Elma, Jack, Mabel (Mrs. Baillie), and   Phyllis ; aged 23 years. (Privately interred.)    

GOULD.-On June 6, at The Pines, Warrenheip,     Mr. W. B. Gould, in his 91st year.    

GUATTA.-On June 4 (suddenly), at his resi- dence, North road, Walhalla, Giovanni, loved hus-     band of Angelina, and loving father of John,   Antonio, Peter, Dominic, Mary, Edward, Francis, and Charles. -Requiescat in pace.

GWILLIM.-On June 7, at Little Bendigo, Castle-  

maine, Richard Gwillim, dearly beloved son of the late Mrs. M. Roderich, sen., and loved brother of Thomas, Mrs. Williams (deceased), William, David, and Edward, aged 83 years. -At rest.

(To guard against imposition, Birth, Marriage, Death, and In Memoriam Notices must be authenticated by some reputable person to ensure     their insertion. To guard against error write   all names clearly in block letters.  

Birth, Marriage, Death, Bereavement, In Memoriam,      

and Funeral Notices up to 6 lines, ????          


HALL.—On June 3, at private hospital, Arma- dale, Sarah, dearly loved mother of Lillian, mother- in-law of Harold, and devoted gran of Margaret     Bloomer (of 21 Martin road, Glen Iris), aged 81 years. —Peace, perfect peace.

HARMAN.—On June 4, at Hamilton, Gershom, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Harman   (Byaduk), loved father of Ivy and Gordon, loving   father-in-law of Beryl, aged 70 years. —A patient       sufferer at rest.  

HUNTER.—On June 7, at Bairnsdale, Ester Maria, beloved wife of Robert and mother of Reginald (deceased), Percy (North Melbourne), and Edith (Mrs. H. Scott, deceased).

KIEL.—A tribute of deepest love to the memory of Mrs E. M. Kiel, who passed away on June 5. —Sweetest memories linger of a true and beautiful life. (Inserted by Frances Jones.)  

KNOX.-On June 6, at 17 May road, Toorak, Margaret Jane, widow of William Knox, and loving mother of Essie, Belle, Clare (deceased), and Bill. (Privately Interred.)  

KNOX.-A tribute of love to our dear mother-  

in-law, Margaret J. Knox. (From Rachel M. Knox   and W. H. Bould. )

LAWRY.-On June 3, at his residence, 112 Cole street, Gardenvale, Grant, dearly loved husband of Belle, and loving father of Grant and John. -Our dad and our pal. (Cremated on June 4.)  

LAWRY-On June 3, Grant, dearly loved son of the late William Richards and Mary Lawry,     loved brother of Sarah (Mrs. A. B. Finlayson),   Mary, Bill, Peter, John, Arch, and Annie.

LOVE.-On June 7, at Oxford, England, Pro- fessor A. E. H. Love, beloved brother of Florence E. Love, 54 Argyle street, Mooneo Ponds.

MARSHMENT. - On June 7, at a private hos-

pital, St. Arnaud, Charles, beloved husband of Sarah Jane Marshment, of Stuart Mill, loving father of Edith (Mrs. Burge), Thomas, and Harry (deceased), aged 73 years. -At rest.

McHARG.—On June 6, at Epworth Hospital,   (suddenly), the only child of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. McHarg (Willowmavin), aged 2 years 9 months.

MIILLER.—On June 6 (result of accident), Ru-

dolph Garfield, the dearly beloved husband of Annie   Miller (of 19 Irymple avenue, St. Kilda), and loving father of Lorna, Jack, and Fred.

MILLS.—On June 7, at the residence of his sons   (Mills Bros.), Chandler's road, Dandenong, Wil-     liam Rodrick, relict of the late Hannah and lov- ing father of Mary (Mrs. Foster, deceased), Wil-

liam, John, James, Ethel (deceased), Maud (Mrs. Liddell), Nellie (Mrs. Stone), George, Rodrick, Joseph, and Lucy (Mrs. Avery), aged 71 years. —Peace, perfect peace.

MITCHELL.—On May 29, Frederick Edward   Mitchell, of Queenscliff (retired postmaster), loved husband of Tottie, and father of Jack.

MURDISON.—On June 7, at his residence, Ayr, 823 Burwood road, Hawthorn East, Andrew George Fulton, dearly loved husband of Jane Elizabeth Jarmy (deceased), and loving father of Flor- ence, loving grandfather of Betty; aged 72 years.

—At rest.

NICHOLLS. — On June 7, at his residence, Sun- shine, Tom, beloved husband of Edith Nicholls and loved father of Perthelia (Sis, deceased), Joseph, Olive (deceased), Bertha (Mrs. W. F. Alderson), Eric, and Frank (deceased), aged 77 years, formerly of Bet Bet and Maryborough.

O'BRIEN -On June 3, at his residence, Vau-   cluse, Woodend, John Lawrence, dearly loved eldest son of John F. and Margaret O'Brien, loving   brother of Frank. Kathleen, Eileen, Joseph, Maureen, Bernard, Rose, and Desmond. -R.I.P.  

ROBINSON.-On June 6, at Brisbane, William   J., dearly loved father of Lucy, Florence (Mrs. Fethers), Marden, and Anne, of Mordialloc ; grandfather of Jean (Mrs. Hemphill), Jim, and Will and great-grandfather of Michael, aged 83  


SHEEHAN.-On May 19, Mary Teresa, dearly   beloved eldest daughter of the late Patrick and Esther Sheehan, and loving sister of Willie (de- ceased), Nellie, and Essie (of 367 White Horse road, Balwyn), late of Brunswick and Middle Park. -Requiescat in pace. (Privately interred.)    

SMITH.-On May 31, at his residence, St.

Briavels, 421 Mont Albert road, Mont Albert, Albert Edward Smith, formerly of Mines Depart- ment, loved husband of the late Helen Smith, loving father of Doris (Footscray), Wilfrid (Box Hill), and Vera (Mont Albert), and father-in- law of Florence. (Privately cremated 3rd June.)    

SMITH.-On June 6, at private hospital, Ballarat,  

Francis Mauger Smith, of 17 Brodie street, Ben- digo, formerly of 216 Skipton street, Ballarat, be- loved husband of the late Cassie, and loving father of Frank.

TURNER.-On June 3, at the residence of his niece, Mrs. L. Kendall, 31 Courang road, Glen Iris, John Francis, late of Echuca, beloved husband of the late Mary Elizabeth, and loved uncle of Frances, Les, and Girls.  

TURNER. - On June 5, at Samarai, Papua, Nathaniel Charles Owen-Turner, the dearly loved fourth son of the late Rev. George and Sarah Turner, of Canterbury, Victoria.

WARD.—On June 3, at his daughter's residence, 76 Broadway, Camberwell, William Cowper Ward, loved husband of Ethel A., father of Keith and


WENTZEL.-On March 30, Rev. Leopold Went-   zel, at his home, Brazil, South America, late of Dimboola, Australia. -God rest his soul.

WOOD.-On the 6th June, at Hedingham, Glen Eira road, Caulfield, Samuel Octavius, beloved   husband of Helen Dorothea Wood, aged 64 years.  

WOODROW. —On June 3, at private hos    

pital, Sydney, William, son of the late Thomas and Sarah, loved brother of Bessie, Ethel, Win (Sydney, deceased), Ern, aged 50 years. —Our


WOOLS-COBB. —On June 6, at Jennings street,     Bellerive (Tasmania), Jessie, widow of the late Albert, and loving mother of Hazel, Keith, and Stuart, loved daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.     Wools-Cobb (of Sunnyside avenue, Dandenong). —A   patient sufferer at rest. Husband and wife


WOON. —On June 6, at 10 Myaora road, Toorak, Frances Ellen, the devoted mother of Marion (Mrs. A. E. Ffrost), aged 96 years. —The long day

closes. (Privately interred.)    


BARRELL-CARTLEDGE.-In loving memory of my dear sisters, Millie (Mrs. Barrell), who passed away at Bendigo on June 6, 1939 ; also Rose (Mrs. Cartledge), who passed away in Sydney, July 13, 1934. -Till day shall break and shadows flee. (Inserted by their loving sister, Mrs. F. Palmer.)  

CALLAGHAN.- In loving memory of my dear   wife and our fond mother who passed away on June 7, 1939. -Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy

on her soul. (Inserted by her loving husband and   family.)  

COLEY.-In loving memory of our father and     grandpa, Francis Frederick (Frank) Coley, who   departed this life on June 8, 1939; also our dear mother and grandma, Le Venise Coley, who died September 4, 1937. -Beautiful memories to cherish and love. (Herbert and Amy, Vira and

Renie. )

CROW.-In loving remembrance of William   Crow, who passed away at Newstead, June 4. (Inserted by Mrs. Charles Crow and family.)  

DAVIDSON.-In loving memory of my dear   wife, Edie, who passed away on June 8, 1939. -So sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving hus- band Jack.)  

DAVIS.-In loving memory of our dear mother   who departed this life June 9, 1927.

A wonderful mother at rest.

-(Inserted by her loving sons and daughter.)

DE LA RUE. —In cherished memory of my dear


To-day I would give everything  

To clasp your hand, to hear your voice. -(A. Buchanan, Nyora.)  

DELLER.—In loving memory of our only child,       Ray, who passed away June 8, 1936. -Ever re- membered. (Inserted by his loving father and mother.)  

EMMETT.—In memory of Phillip Frank, died June 9, 1938, loving father of Phyllis (Mrs R. C. Brown), Roy, and Gwen (Mrs. E. Cane) ; also our dear mother, died November 8, 1925. (Phyllis, Roy, Gwen.)  

GIBBINS.—In loving memory of my dear mother,   who passed away June 8, 1939. -Loved and re- membered. (Inserted by loving daughter, Clarice.)

HALLIDAY.—In loving memory of my dear hus- band, Robert Ramsay, died June 9, 1936 (re- sult motor accident while returning from Geelong to Mitcham).

Your memory is as dear to-day  

As in the hour you passed away. I loved you then, I love you still, Forget you, dear, I never will.

-(Inserted by his loving wife, A. Halliday, Mitcham.)  

HODGES-In loving memory of Alex, beloved youngest son of Vinetta and the late Edward, loved brother of Sim (killed in action, 1918),   Frank, and Nell, brother-in-law of Alice, Rupert,     uncle of Pamela, Marlene, and Beverly, aged 28 years. -Called home on June 9, 1938. Still living, still loving, still ours. (By mother, Frank,   Nell, Alice, Rupert, and Aunt Flo.)  

HODGES-MARTIN.-To the sacred and loving remembrance of dear Alex., who passed to a higher   life on June 9, 1938, the much loved son-in-law of     the late Robert and Myrtle Martin-my dear dad, who passed away on June 9, 1939, and my darling mother, May 4, 1939.

Time changes many things,

But one thing changes never,

The memory of those happy days,  

When we were all together.

-(Ever remembered by Phyllis M. Steel.) HODGES.-In loving memory of Alex., who

was called home on June 9, 1938. -For ever with the Lord. (Inserted by Doris and Arthur Trewavis.)  

JENKIN.-In loving memory of our dear father,     Joseph Harry, who passed away at Victoria street, Bendigo, on June 8, 1939. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law, Harold   and Maude.)  

JENKIN-In loving memory of our dear grand- pa, who passed away at Bendigo on June 8, 1939. -(Inserted by his grandchildren, Claude and Myrtle.)  

JONES.-In affectionate remembrance of my dear       mother and our loved grandmother, Rosa Elizabeth,   who passed away on June 8, 1937. -To live   in the hearts of those we love is not to die. (Charlotte, Phyllis and Sylvia.)  

KEANE.-In silence I remember my devoted hus- band, Jack, loving father of Cedric, father-in-law     of Poppie, and grandpa of Billie, who passed away June 6, 1935. -Till we meet again. (Inserted by     his loving wife and son, I. H. and C. J. Keane.)  

KIRKWOOD.-In loving memory of my dear   husband and the loving father of David Kirk-   wood, who departed this life June 10.

-Ever remembered.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)  

KLEINE.-In loving memory of my dear mother,   who passed away on June 8, 1939 ; also my dear sister, Nani? who passed away on August 26,   1934; and my dear brothers-Bud. on December 14, 1939, and Cecil, January 4, 1940. -A won- derful mother. (Queen and Henry Copp.)

KLEINE.-In loving memory of our dear mother,     who passed away on June 8, 1939.  

Resting where no shadows all,

In perfect peace she awaits us all.

-(Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-     law, Norm and Audrey.)  

KLEINE-In loving memory of our dear mother and darling nana, passed away June 8, 1939; also our dear ones, Nanie, Bud, and Cecil. -Sadly   missed. (Inserted by her loving Dorrie and Bill, and grandchildren, Shirley and Marilyn.)  

KLEINE.-In sad and loving memory of our

dear mother, who passed away June 8, 1939. -(Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law, Bert     and Jean.)  

LAND.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Ted, who pasesd away on June 8, 1937. -Ever  

remembered. (Inserted by his loving sister, Rose Birtwhistle.)  

LAWRENCE.-In loving memory of my beloved husband, Charles W. Lawrence, who passed away on June 9, 1939.

Remembrance keeps you ever near,   Mate of mine.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing wife, M. C. Law-     rence, ? Knox street, East Malvern.)    

LEWIS.-Treasured memories of my dear mother,       Margaret, who died at Wangaratta, June 7, 1939. -Loved and remembered always. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Madge Smyth.)

LOGAN.-In loved memory of our dear mother, Blanche. (Inserted by her sons Norman and Arthur and daughters-in-law, Allie and Elsie, and     grandson, Bruce.)  

MANSFIELD.-In loving memory of my dear      

wife and our loving mother, who passed away June ?, 19??. -Ever rememebered. (Inserted by her loving husband and family.)



MARTIN-In loving remembrance ot our do-ir father Robert Henry who departed this Hie on Juno 0 1039 Loving husband ol Mjrtlc (deceased) loving iaUier of Phjllh, and Doris and graudfatlc- ol Geoffrey Trewavls

Deep in our hearts his memory Is kept We who loved him ran nc\ cr forget

-(Insc-tcd bv Doris and Arthur Trewavls)

MAY -In loving memory of our dear father who died on June 8 1037 ul*o our dear mother who died on October 17 ulc at Port Mel

bourne -Ever remembered (Inserted by thCr lot In» daughter and Bon In la» Matho nnd Sim

Lamshaw und urandsou Max )

McINTOSH-In fond memory of mj dear hus

band Harr> and logins father of Margaret «ho parsed uwa> June 9 1931 -Loving memories (Inserted by his loving wife and daughter )

McLEAN -In Jov ing memorj of our dear mother who passed awiy June 0 19J0 alto our dear father who passed away January 10 1923 also our broil tis and sister -In «Hence we remem bcr (Inserted br their loving fnmll> Cl>de Bank,

Katamatite )

MITCHELL- In loving uitmorj of our dear   mother who passed away Juno 9 1934 Onlj a grave but it fleeds our care Tor the one we loved la resting there

Sweet flowers wo lay across Iit breast

Placed there bj thoro who loved her best -(Loilog «ona and daughters Wandin >

MORROW -In loving memory of my deir hus- band Robert stephen who pissed away on Juno l 1939 (Inserted by his lovhu wife Mary Mor row 19 Mantell street Moonee Ponds )

MORROW -In loi Ing memory of our denr father who pissed away on June ii 1939 (Inserted by 1 Is loWng daugl ter daughters hi liw and sons I Hene Doroths Poppv Arthur and Reg I

MORTIMER -In losing memory of my dear daughter and oir loving slater Clara |P'¿) who died on lune 8 112» -Remenbercd Unscrlert bj her loved one The Oal"b har nar goon )

PEEL-In loving n emorv of my dear husband Bert and beloved lather of \alerle v ho parsed vacy June 9 J933 -Not just lo-da> dnd but every dav in Bllence we remember (Inserted b> his loving wife and daughter Elsie nnd \alerle

Peel )

POOLE-In loving rncmorj of a good husband and father William Burdett who passed nwav on June 8 1130 -Ever remembered (Inserted bv his lovlnc wile and iunllj Lawson Motet ann


PRICE-In memory of my dear mother -v I passed away on June 8 1939 - Abite with nu (Roy Amy und Dorothy )

RAINES-VERINDER, W. T. (Bill), June 9, 1931;   also beloved sister E.C. (Beth), May 11, 1936. -Memories are treasures, no one can steal). (Mother, 690 Bell street, Preston West.)

REED. —In loving memory of my dear wife and our devoted mother Emma who fell asleep at

Iris road on June 9 1938

In Christ we 11 e In Christ we sleep

In ChrlEt ve wake and rise

And the «ad tear» death makes us weep

Ho wiper froii nil our rjes

-(Inserted bv 1 cr husband nd Í willi I

SAUNDERS. —In loving nicinors of Wall co c S.U1 der« (late All) died on June o J9J7

Death Is a hc-irtachc nothlnc can I ral Memories are trra«urn nothing can «wal Oi ill the things J lull lo to 1 never fail to thinl- of jou

-Unte-ted by his ICTlng rile, Elizabeth )


SCOTT. —In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Belle, who passed to the higher life on June 8, 1939. —(Inserted bl her loving mother,

father, sister, and brothers.)    

SCOTT-In remembrance of our dear friend Belle who passed away June 8 1939 (Inserted by F Richardson E Scobble M Rice J Johnson

L Allchln )

SHEPHEARD-In loving memory of our dear son Walwyn who passed away on June 8, 1939.

A silent thought brings many a tear For our darling boy we loved so dear.

-(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and


SHUTTLEWORTH -In loving memory of my   dear wife Emma Jane and our dear mother who passed away on June 8, 1939 -At rest (In serted by her loving husband, sons and daugh-


SMITH-In loving memory of our dear and   only son, Roland who was called to higher service on June 8, 193B. -A silent sorrow.  

SMITH -In memory of a loving husband and   father who passed away at Benalla on June 8, 1939 -(Inserted by his loving wlfe and family.)  

SYMMONS-In loving memory of my dear hus- band and father S. Symmons who, died June 10, 1920 -Not just to-day but every day, in silence   we remember. -(Inserted by K. E. Symmons, No. 6 Darling road, East Malvern.)  

TEMBY - In loving memory of our dear mother, Catherine Temby, who departed this life on June 8, 1937, age 72 years - At rest.

As long as life and memory last,

Dear Mum, we will always remember you. - (Inserted by family.)

WILKINS - In loving memorj of our dear mother and grandma who died Juno 8 1934

Of all the things wo fal] to do We net er fall to think of lou

-(Inserted by her loving son and daughter in law Dave and Ma\ls grandchildren Bcrjl and

Donald )

WILKINS-m loving memors of my dear mother who passed av ay on Bth June 1934

^ou are uluajs in my thoughts dear mother

Its sweet to speak jour name In life I loved j ou dcurlj

In demil I do the same

-(Inserted by her loving daughter Annie)

WILSON -In loving memory of George dearly beloved husband of Mabel who rassed away Juno

1 1935

The love thlch bound >nur 11 Still lives on


AARONS -Mrs I AARONS Diughtcr ind Son     '?*? also Sisters nd Brothers ol the late Mr

AAI ONE des re to THANK ti eir relat ves and friends (or their entrerions of m miali j In their

-nt bcreivenent

BOYLDEW-Mr E and Family 10 Bruce street North Essendon desire to THANK all relatives   and friends for floral tributes and messages of sym pathy in their sad bereavement.

GRIFFITHS-Mrs GHH-rmis ard Daughter T wlrh lo THANK nil llpd f 1er ds rd lela

ves for r 1 leiten- card- tel grim tier 1 tri , utcs ii 1 prr«oPhl ciari-i, lois ot svmpa hy in iilr icirn,, bire»vei lert e j eclally thank ni Drf . lkcr Is roi and mel la i a o ir d d ? Ml nil I t vicpt til t i pL nul et owl«"« t I r i| ijr trull de 3a V illlar

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and Family. »1th JACK BONVVICK, Commer rial Hotel. Lcona.tha wish to THANK nil rela- mes and friends lor their beautiful floral tributes, letters, cards, teletrnuns, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement

MRS BLAKEBROUGH and Pjnilly desire to .»'J- THANK all relatives and Irlcnds lor per icnal expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams and cards during their recent sad bereavement Please accept this as our personal acknowledgment and sincere tratitude. 4 Hamilton stree!. Alphing- ton_


MRS. E. WICKS of 24 Talbot avenue, Balwyn wishes to THANK all friends, neighbours, and especially Dr. R. Inglis, of Balwyn, for their extreme kindness in her recent bereavement.


desire lo THANK nil kind relathca mid írienda for floral tribut«, telegrams and messages of T m pat hy tri their recent sad bcrea\ement_ SANDERS -The Family of the late Mr» SAN-

DERS, of Greenwood a\cnue. Ringwood, nish to THANK all kind relatives and friends íor floral tributes cards letters, telejrams. and personal expressions oí sympath} In their sad loss of a de \atcd and loving mother, thanking Drs Dclany, Contc-s and Heu Ht, nev Can er, and J Terguson and Sons Will a» please accept th.* as a personal expression of our gratitude_


NEWMAN desire to express their heartfelt

THANKS to all relatUes and friends for letters I

telegrams, floral tribut««, cards, and personal ex-j

prcAlons or sympathy in their recent sad brrea\« ment, and trust this will be taken as a personal expression of their deep gratitude

WILKIE -The Ulfe and Children oí the late STEWART WILKIE desire to express their   sincere ORATITUDE to relatées, workmates, nnd many kind friends for cards telegrams floral tributes, and personal expressions of r>mpath> in their recent sad bereavement Will all please accept this as a personal ackno« Icdgmcnt of gratitude 7 Bent parade, Blpck Rock


ACOTT.- The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM HENRY ACOTT, member of Melbourne    

Draughts Club, and lato of 543 Bridge road Rich- mond, are respectfully lmlted to folio« his re- mains to the place oí interment, tho Footscray Cemetery

The funeral is appointed to mo\o from the funeral parlours of Walter A Warne, 291 Barkly street, Footscray. THIS DAV (Saturday, the 8th June), at 3 o'clock

WAt*TER A. WARNE, Undertaker. A F D A , 291 Barkly street, Footscray Phone MW1203


AMBROSE -The Friends of the late Mr. ANGUS

STEWART AMBROSE, of Carlton, are re ibcctfully In'ormed that his funeral will Inn his residence, 22 P«rk rtreel. North Plbtror, THIS DAY (Saturdaj.. June », 1M0), at 3 o'clock, le- the Coburg Ocnersl Cemetery.

JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH Funeral Director, Mo I j con street, Carlton. Te* F1ÏS2.

AMBROSE -Members of the Grand United Odd-

fellows are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of our late Past Grand Master, Brother ANGUS AMBROSE.

The funeral will leave his late residence, 22 Park street, North Fitzroy, at 2 p.m. THIS DAY Saturday, 8th June), for the Coburg Cemetery.

G. L. COULTER, Grand Secretary.

AMBROSE-The Members of the North Subur

ban Lodge, No. 112, and the Cratt la ecneral are requested to attend the funeral o' our lal» beloved Bro ANGUS AMBROSE

The funeral will leave hi» late residence 31 Pari street. North FlUroy. THIS DAY (Baturdir 8lh June. 1940) at 2 p m for the Coburg Crat terj, arriving at the gales at 2 15 p m


AMBROSE -The Members oí the Heather Lodfr

No 3HH and the Craft In general ire r quested to attend the funeral of our lalo below foundation TTeaaurcr. Bro ANGUS AMBROSE

The funeral will leave his late residence :* Park street. North Fltiroj. THIS DAY (Saturda

Blh June. 1M0) for the Coburg Cemetery, at 3 p ni, arriving at the gates at 2 IS

AMBROSE. -The Companions ol the Carito i

R A Chapter No 38, and the Ordtr li general are requested to attend the funeral ci our late beloved Comp ANGUS AMBROSE.

The funeral will lean his late residence, ?" Park street. North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Saturday, 8th June, 1940), at 2 p.m. for the Coburg Ceme- tery, arriving at the gates at 2.15 p.m.    


CAYZER- I he Friends of Mr N CAYZER «t

re«pectfullj Informed that the funeral córtete of lils dearly beloved wife Barbara, will move Irom the residence of Mr R Car» ter Hesse street Queenscliff THIS D1Y (Saturday June 8) at » I m for the Queenscliff Cemetery

H PRIDDIC and SON3 Undertakers Queens rue Tel 13_ COOPER. —The Friends of Mr. CHARLES    

COOPER are respectfully informed that the   funeral of his dearly loved wife Nellie will leave his residence, Lancaster, THIS DAY (Saturday,   June 8), at 2.30 p.m. for interment at Kyabram      


HALLIDAY and PON Funeral Directors Allan street Kyabram Tel Kyabram 6_ DE JARLAIS -Friends of the late Mr JEROME

FREDERICK DE JARLAIS are «spectrally in formed that his remains will be Interred in ire

Coburg Cemetery

The fineral Is appointed to leave the Herben 'King Memrrlnl Chapel 174 Lennox street. Rich mond THIS I)A\ (Saturday nth June) at li as

I HERBER! KING and BOSS Funeral Dlrecto-i

1 4 I ennox street Richmond J34S2_

DUNBAR -Tho Friends of the late Mr DONALD  

FALCONER DUNBAR are respectfully la formed ti at his remains will bo Interred In the

Preston Cemetery

Tile funeral will leave J Ferguson and -Vais Funeral Parlour 714 High street Thombun THIS DAY (Saturday titi June) at 1130 am

J FERGUSON and SON Funeral Directors 112 High st Thornbury (tel JW3037) 178 Hl-h at


HART - The Friends of the lit« Mr JOHN

HART are respectfully Invited to follow hil remains to the place of Interment In the Coburg


Tile funeral is appointed to more from the no!? Rosan Church Oower street Kensington TK1£ DA*> (Saturday) at 2 30 o clock

ALFRED ALLISON Funeral Director («.Ub 1854) head office Melbourne West Tel FI9S0

MILLER -Friends of Mrs ANNIE Mill LEH are

rcspcctliilly Informed that the retnali s et her dearly beloved husband Rudolph Garfield will be cremated at the Springy alo Crematorium

The funeral Is appointed to leave the Herbert King Memorial Chape! 174 Lennox street. Rich mend THIS DAY (Saturdaj June a) at 10 a ir

HI-RBERT KING and SONS Funeral Director», 174 Lennox street Richmond E1_

MILLS- The Friends of the lato Mr WILLIAM

RODRICK MILLS ure respectfully Invited to lollovy his remains to the place of Interment the Cheltenham Cemetery charman road

The funeral will leave the residence of Us sors Mills Bros Chandler s road Dandenong THIS DAI (Saturday Juno 8) at 3 o clock

W D ROSE and SON Funeral Directors 2tl Chamvan road Cheltenham Phone Chelt 43

MURDISON-Tho Friends of the late ANDREW

GEORGE FULTON MURDISON aro Invited to folloa lils remains to the Boroondara Cerne tcr> Kew

The t ineral will leave his residence Ayr M3 Bim cod reid Ha» thom East THIS DA\ (Batu

day June 8 1040) after a service commt-idn*

at 3 15 pm

I r pine and SON Funeral Directors J1104

NICHOLLS -The Friends of the lat« Mr TOM NICHOLLS are invited to follow his remata  

to the Timor Cemetery

The funeral Is appointed to leave the Marr borough railway station on arrival of the mtd'ar train from Melbourne due to arrive at 12 45

DU noURO BROS Undertakers In conlan* tlon with B Matthews South laira

SMITH-The Friends of the late Mr FRANCIS

MAUGER SMITH of 17 Brodie street Bendigo (formerly of 216 Skipton street Balarat) are rr spectfully nformed that his mimerai will leave ti i residence of lils sister In law (Mrs J IMlllama 302 Darling street Ballarat THIS DAY (Saturday

8th June) at two (2) o clock for t e Ballarat

Old Cemetery

r tv BARNES and SON, Funeral Directors 14 Armstrong street routh Ballarat Phone "

WOOD-Tho Friends of the late SAMUEL OCTAVIUS WOOD are Informed that hu   funeral will leave his home, Hedlngham, Olen Bra road. Caulfield, THIS DAY (Saturday, June ty it 11 o'clock, for the Boroondara Cemetery, Ker-, arriving about 11.30 a.m.

A. A. SLEIOHT PTY. LTD. MSC462« (J lines).