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  • chaddock 16 Jan 2009 at 07:07
    MARTIN, Frank, Regtl. No. 5681, 17th Rfts, 5th Battalion. Milly Haddock (nee: Amelia Mary Martin)
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    Death on Service. Reginald Waight from Paul's Creek, near Yarra Glen.

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.. WI!CT «o Kuird ogalnrt imposition, notice» of [In order to guard against imposition, notice of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their insertion.] BIRTHS.

ADAMS (nee Mabel I. Norman).-On the 15th September, at ''Marrinook." private hospital.

E. Melbourne, the wife of Raymond A. Adams,

A.I.F., France - a son.  

AMBLER (Alice Dobbyn) - On the 3rd September,

BAMFORD. - On the 30th Angust, at Lister House

(private hospital). Camberwell, the wife of Lieu-   

tenant W. R. Bamford "Harobia," Upper Hawthorn, a son.

BENTLEY. - On the 15th September, at "Darlas

ton" Pascoe crescent, Essendon, to Mr. and Mrs.

Charles L. Bentley - a daughter (Margaret Aileen).

CONROY.-ffifetó«Acai3a-_A

COOLEY. - On the 17th September to Mr. and Mrs.

H. W. Cooley, East Malvern - a daughter.

DAVIDSON (nee Amy Ward).-On the 16th Sep- tember, at Nurse Buchanan's private hospital,  

Gillies street. Fairfield, to Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Davidson, "Ayravyl,'' Rockbeare grove. Ivan-   hoe - a daughter (Lorna Jean).

DILLON. - On the 20th September, at "Larnook,  

"Ä't^b"^road. St.'Kilda, to Jlr. «nd Mr».

Cyril Dillon-a son.    

DORMAN. (nee Jessie Slee) - On the 14th September, at Newstead, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Dorman --a

daughter (Ethel Claudia).  

EDDELLRITTEL.-On the 13th September, at 52

KA street, E. Prahran, the wife ot Edward íddclIritU'1-a son. Roth well.

FITZHENRY.-On the 18th September, at 17 Mal-

leson street Richmond, to Mr. and Mrs. H. A.

Fitzhenry - a daughter.

HADFIELD (nee Rintoull).-On the 28th August, Kelso, second avenue, Mt Lawley, W.A., the

wife of H. H. Hadfleld- a daughter. Both well.

HANSON.-On the 22nd August, at Nurse Demp-

sey'» I"-v-le hosph-l. East Melbourne the wife rf J C. Hanson, "Poonarree," St Kilda street, Brfgiiton-a daughter (Marjorie Merna).

HARDING (nee Ruby Upstill).-On the 17th Sep- Sr. at Somerset street, Gardenvale the: w fe ii É7Wilfred Ilarding-a son (Donald Wilfred).

Roth nell.

JONES (nee Minnie Scarffe).-On the 14th Sep-

timber, at 101 Osborne street, South Yarra, to Sir and Mrs. II. S. Joncs-a »on. Both doing «eil.

JONES -On the 16th September, at the Manse,

Devonport, Tasmania, to the Rev. D. S. and Mrs. jones-a son.

KENEALY (nee Sutton).-On the 4th September, _ Trinafoiir, private hospital. Moonee Ponds, to the wife of Sergeant-Major V. J. Kenealy, A.LF., abroad-a son. ' ,

KIMPTON.-On the 21st September, at "Enmore,  

Lansctl road, Toorak, tlic wife of V. Y. Klmpton

LEE. (nee Marie Baech).-On the 18th September,

it Nurse Trcvaseus's private hospital, Albert Titi, tlic wife of W. K. Lee-a »on.

McMAHON (nee Vera Daniel).-On the 7th Sep-

tSnberVV 42 Odessa street, St. Kilda, to Mr.

and Mrs. J. T. McJMahon-a daughter (Alma Veronica).           MEMERY (nee Mona Grant). -On the 8Th Septem-

btr at Glen Orant, Mount Alexander rood, Essen- don, Hie wife of Sat. 11. V. Memory, on active «mice abroad-a daughter. Doth well.

MILLER. -On the 14th September, to Mr. and Mr«.

Ilousald Miller, of "llossle," Mair »trect, Bal

larat-a daughter. ,

MOLLARD. -On the 21st September, at York road,

«len Iris, to Mr. and Mr». P. W. Mollard-a daughter.

NOTT. -On the 10th September, at "Brooklyn," 'croidon road, Surrey Hills, the wile of R. H.

Xort-a uaugtitor (Rosalind Alice; died after

birth).

PALMER. -On the 9th September, at Nurse Bas

lou1» private hospital, "Chroliana," Clarke street, Vorthcotc, the wife of J. .1. Palmer, 130 Gipps street, East Melbourne-a daughter.

PEARSON. -0n the 19th September, at "Trina-

lour," private hospital, Moonee Pond», the wife of E. W. Pearson, of the State Saving» Bank, EsemJon-a daughter, ' .

PERROTTET.-On the 19th September, at St.

George's private hospital, East Kew, the wife of George D. Perrottet--a daughter.

RANKIN (nee Dyson). -On the 6th September, at

Coastablc Dvwii's, in John Btreet, East Bruns- wick, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rankin- a son (Ralph lan). ' '

RICHARDSON. -On the 22nd August, at "Bewley,1

jlosstown roail, East Caulfield, the wile of Robert Richardson-.! son (Frank Bewley).

RODD. -On the 10th September, at the' Commer-

cial Bank, Port Adelaide, the wife of E. A.

Hodd-a son.

RYDING (nee Nettleton). -On the 16th Septem- ber at Brunswick, the wife of Private B. Hydlng, on active service-a son (stillborn):

SEABRIDGE. -On the 14th September, at Nurse Wain's Maternity Home, "Fernleigh," Clarence street, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 15. Stabridge, ot "Fairholme," Munster avenue, Caulfield East-a daughter. ' "

SHEPHEARD. -On the 25th August, at St. Wini-

fred"» Hospital, 63 Liston grove, Glenferrie, tho wilco! Ernest Shepheard, of London-a.son.

STOOKE. -On the 12TH September, at Sister An

Heir's priiate hospital, the wife of Stanley htooke- a daughter,

THICK (nee Gertrude Wcstrcnd).-On the 10th

September, at St.- Leonard's private hospital, East Malvern, to .Mr. and Mr». J. A. Thick, oí 9 Tooronga road-a daughter.

THORP.-On the 20th September, at "Wanaka,"

Itaatcr street,, Toorak, to Mr. and Jlrs. .W. B. \ Thorp-a daughter.

TREGANOWAN (nee Minnie Smith).-On the 16th September, at "St. Helens," The Avenue, Wind- sor, to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Treganowan,' "Leu ladla," Hawksburn road. Hawksburn-¿ son (Trevor).

VEAL, (nee Florence Jackson).-On the 12th Sep-

tember, at Nurse Shepherd's private hospital, "Rhodesia," Coburg, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veal-a son.

WARREN. -On the 15th July, 1916, at C.M.A. Misson Station, Roper River, Northern Terri- uri, to Rev, H. K. and Mrs. Warren-a son.  

WHITNEY.-On the 12th September, at the Bank of Australasia, Yackandandah, the wife of G. P. Whitney-a son (Arthur Clifton).

WRIGHT. -On the 20th September, at Wildwood,

Brracroft avenue. East .Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright-a daughter. ("Burnie Allocate," Tasmania, pleanc copy.)

WYLLIE. -On 6th September, at 4 Austin avenue, 'i h-uth st. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wyllie

a daughter (Doris Joyce). Both well.

MARRIAGES.

BASSETT-MARSHAM.-On the 24th August, at

laathora, liy tlw Rev. I?. ,1. Jennings, Janies -hard, second son of Mm. W. .1. BaEsctt, Malrrrle, tn Elsie ISrmlliie, daughter of Mr. ana Urs. E. A. Mursbani, Croydon road, Surrey

DOWING-SAUNDERS.-[Silver Wedding.]-On the 24th September, 1891, by Rev. Canon Potter, it it. Marj's Church of England, North Mel- bourne, Alfred Henry, only son of the late Ifary Downing (inspector-of police, Ballarat), to Ueatior Khialicth, eldest daughter of Fra wick Sannilert, of "Belle Vue," Narrawong. jr-ent addreü, "licclccng," Narrawong, near fortland. i

GILES-BERRY. -On the 10th August, 1916, by

the Hey. J. II. um, St. John's Church, Cres »mr,i Albert Ernest, youngest son of Mrs. und tat late Mr. (¡. (liles, of Mac street, Cres, «içk, to Molct May. eldest daughter of Mr. m Mrs. T. Berry, Creswick.

GAVIN-MILES._On the 21st August, at Geelong,

tv the Rev. J. McBrlde, Alfred Ernest, son i-H'-«?1"1 i[ts- J- ". O»**'". of Geelong,-to Ethel Florence, daughter of the late Mr. and wi. F. W. Miles, of Coolong.

GRAHAM-DRAYTON.-On the 2nd September, at

tie Baptist Church, Clifton Hill, hythe Rev. "* A. Craike, Robert, youngest »on of Mr. and jn J. Graham, l18 Falconer »trect. North {Ha»), to Ethel, eldest daughter of Mr. and »i V.. Drajton, oo Union street, Northcote.

HEBBARD-KERR. -On the 19th August, by the

«ti. Unglov. .M.A., at St. Mary'» Church of "-eland, (,'len Kim roid, Caulfield, Frank Pur «"fi«!' Mil of Mr. anil Mrs. S. liddiard, Sale u> Adelaide Violet, joungcr daughter of Mr.

CinlSeU A' Kcrr* "Kurll,8a,i" Kceron street,

HINDELL-BROWNE.-On the 17th September, at

the Presbyterian Church, Armadale, by the Rev. D. Millar, Frank Edgar, third son of John and Jane Hindell, Launceston, to Doris Rita,     second daughter of the late Rutherford J. Browne and Mrs. Browne, of Union street, Mal- vern. Present address, Queenstown, Tasmania.

Tasmanian papers please copy.

HOGAN—KELLY. —On the 22nd August, at the residence of the bridegroom, "Wattle Vale," Tarcutta, New South Wales, by Rev. Father Gahan (Nuptial Mass) Michael Frances, youngest ason of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. Hogan, of Devenish, Victoria, to Nellie, fourth daughter

of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. Kel|y, of Bulla, Victoria. KEEN—O'BRIEN. —On the 23rd August, at Camber.

?W by the ney (:, A. Robinson (nuptial mass), Denis Joseph, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs.   T. Keen, Hamiliton, to Christina, eldest daughter linï; d Mrs'. ''? O'Mm, Camberwell.

METHVEN-IRELAND. - On the 16th September, at St. Mark's Church, Fitzroy, by the Rev. L.

Lewis, Pte. Arthur Alexander, eldest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. Methven, of Mount Pleasant, Wilson street, Princes Hill, to Fanny     Gertrude, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ireland, of Greeves street, Fitzroy.

NILSON-KIDD - On the 9th August, at the Swedish Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. K. F.

Hultmark, Nils Eugen Nilson, youngest son of     Mr N. Anderson, Gothenburg, Sweden, to Ruby

S. Kidd, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kidd, "Neathcrton", St. George's road, Elsternwick.

OWEN-MACLEOD. -On the 12th August, 1916, at

tß'1)'"*. South Perth, by the Rev. taiV'"iGrimM' "*"°w »?. «eeond son of the late Frank Owen and Jirfi. A. K. Owen, Rye, Sussex, England, to Muriel Nancy, eldest daugh-   ter of the late Archibald James Mcleod, Bairns- tiom -li*."**' *""' Mrs- A- O- Maclcml, Ilaw thorn, Melbourne, Victoria. WATTS-DAYMOND. -On the 22nd August at the

residence of the bridegroom's mother, "Ottawa," » Sari, i.cn,ii?0' ''-v ,lic Vcry1Icv- "'.»" ?»Ithe Vii. T"'n'"..'.cl|"h' 0hl?. "»' o' Mrs «Sr S!,,S,. ? <C'. Wnl1"' ,0 Aliso» Chalmers, only daughter of Andrew George and the late .~^__Z_____j' 'lowan street. Bendigo.

DIED ON SERVICE. ANDERSON. - Killed in action, in France on the

20th August, 1916, Tom, dearly beloved second son of Thomas Anderson, "Hopedale," Marshall street, Ivanhoe, aged 23 years and 4 months.

He rose, responsive to his country's call; He gave for her his best, his life, his all. BAILEY. -Killed in action in France, August 18, Herbert Ernest, corporal of grenadiers, after

serving his country faithfully and well for two years in Egypt, Gallipoli, and France, youngest   son of W. Bailey, and the late Grace Bailey,  

of Portland, and Casterton, and beloved nephew

of M. J. Farnsworth.

His duty nobly done. - (Inserted by his loving aunt, Mrs. F. J. Farnesworth, Percyville, Percy street, Prahan.)

BARKER. -Killed in France, August 8 1916, Archibald Hardy-Baker (Laddie), be-

loved son of G. E. Hardy-Barker,Wellington,

New Zealand, aged 18 years and 5 months. New Zealand papers please copy. "Duty nobly done."

Now shall we know it is the last good-bye; No shade will fall on tree, or flower,

Until the morning breaks, and shadows flee,

Good night, my son, good night.    

DIED ON SERVICE.

BARNES.-A tribute to the memory of my dear

cousin, Charles Spencer Barnes, second loved   son of the late H. and M. V. Barnes, of St. Vincent place south, Albert Park, killed in action in France on the 8th of August, 1916.

One of the best.

-(Inserted by his loving cousin, Josi Woolhouse, 3 Canterbury road, Albert Park.)

BECKERLEG.-Killed in action in France, 18th

August, 1916, Private Raymond (Ray) Beckerleg,   loved son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beckerleg, Creswick, and brother of Mrs. P. Davie, Allan (W.A.), and Pearl.

"Every cloud has a silver lining."

BENNETTS.-Died of wound somewhere in France,

22nd August, Private Olivar Charles, dearly be- loved son of T. H. and E. Bennetts, and loved   brother of Thomas, Ruben, and Maud, aged 25

years.

He sleeps not in his native land,

But under foreign skies,

Far from those who love him,

In a hero's grave he lies. Thy will be done.    

-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brothers, and sisters, 431 City road, South Melbourne.)

BOYD.-Killed in action on 19th July, beloved

and only son of John T. and M. J. Boyd, 409 Brunswick street, Fitzroy (private address, No. 2 North terrace, Clifton Hill), in his 24th

year.

A soldier of the cross.

One of the best, a loving son,

A brother kind and true;

So dearly loved so sadly missed,

By every one he knew.  

BRADFORD-ROGERS. -ln loving memory of our

late comrades, Pte. L. Rogers, who was killed in France; also his mate, Corp. N. Bradford. Well liked and loved by all that knew them.

-(Inserted as a final tribute of respect by the Yarraville F. C. committee and players.)

BRITTAIN. -Killed in action in France, on 17th

August, 1916, Private Edward V. Coxon Brit- tain, loved nephew of Mrs. Thos. Martin, Tatura, aged 23 years.  

For King and country.

BRUCE.—Killed in action, in France, on 21st

August, after 12 months’ service, Private James Bruce, aged 27 years; loved eldest son of Norman and Mary Bruce, of Butter Factory, Stawell, late

of Illowa.

Duty nobly done.

BULMAN.-A trihute to the memory of our dear

friend, Private H. Bulman (Harry), killed in action, in France.

A hero and a man.

-(Inserted by J. W. and E. T., Prahran.)

BUTLER.-Died of wounds, in France, 16th Sep-

tember, Lieutenant John Henry Rippon Butler, elder son of the late Mr. Henry Butler and Mrs. Butler, The Grange, Brighton Beach; and loved brother of Geoffrey and Lynne, aged 19 years 9

months.  

CAMERON.-Killed in action in France, August

15, 1915, Corporal Sidney Joseph, dearly be- loved son of the late Mr. J. T. Cameron and Mrs. Cameron, Hamilton, loved brother of Katie. Tom, Jack, and Private Norman, A.I.F., France.

One of Australia's heroes.

CAMPBELL.-Killed in action, in France, on the

2nd August, Private Douglas, the beloved second son of Councillor and Mrs. I. Campbell, brother of Ronald (on active service abroad) and "Girlie" (Mrs. G. Bosland), of Yarragon, aged 22 years and 9 months,

A good, faithful, and true son and brother.

CAMPBELL.-Killed in action in France on 3rd

September, 2nd Lieutenant Donald Gordon Camp- bell, second son of J. A. Campbell, Ottawa, Toorak.    

CAVANAGH.-Died of wounds on August 24, 1916, somewhere in France, John, beloved eldest son  

of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cavanagh, Glenrowan, Balnar- ring, brother of Willie (wounded somewhere in France), James (on active service), Leslie, and Tom, aged 21 years.

He loved mother and home so well he went to fight for them. Now he sleeps with Jesus.

CHAMBERS.-Killed in action, in France, on the

21st August, Captain Robert William Laws Chambers, in his 24th year, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Chambers, Cre- morne road, Cremorne, Sydney, and late of Bris-

bane.

COATES.-Killed in action in France, August 18,

1916, Private Lawrance Coates, dearly loved eldest surviving son of Lawrance and Mary Jane Coates, of Yallock and Koo-wee-rup, aged 22

years.    

He died as he lived - a man.

Deeply mourned.

COE.-Died of wounds in France on the 14th  

August, Private Charles Newman Coe, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. James Coe, 250   Nelson place, Williamstown, and loved brother of Private Hugh J. Coe (on active service), age 21 years and 3 months.

His duty nobly done.

COPPIN.-In loving memory of Corporal William

Herbert John Coppin, aged 23 years, who was killed in action, in France, on August 16, after passing through action at Gallipoli, the beloved second son of Annie and Christopher Coppin, the beloved brother of Les (on active service), Ida, Reg, Edwin, Ruth, and Fred, of Shepparton, the loved grandson of Mrs. T. Bastian.

One of the best-a loving son,

A brother kind and true;

So dearly loved, so sadly missed,

By everyone he knew.

A hero he lived, a hero he fell,

Though only a lad he did his part well;

He gave his young life for a cause that was true, Fighting for country, home, and for you.

-(Inserted by his loving parents, sister, and brothers.)

COPPIN.-Killed in action, in France, 17th

August, Lance-Corp. W. H. J. Coppin, of Shep- parton.

One of Australia's best.  

-(Inserted by his loving uncle, aunt, E. H. and M. Bastian, and Cousin Charlie.)

COPPIN.-In loving memory of Corporal William

H. J. Coppin, who was killed in action, in France, 17th August, 1916.

"No burdens yonder."

-(Inserted by cousins, Kate and Fred.)

COVENTRY.–Killed in action, in France, on the

5th August, Private Hugh Norman (Oak) Coven- try, loving son of H. and J. Coventry, loving husband of Coral, and brother of Harry, Bert,     Jack (on active service), Tom (wounded on ac- tive service), Syd, Gordon, Grace, and Nellie, aged 21 years. (Inserted by his sorrowing parents,   brothers, and sisters, Diamond Creek.)

CRAWFORD.-Killed in action, in France, on 19th

August, 1916, Private Robert S. Crawford, youngest beloved son of James and Ettie Craw- ford, of 115 Creek street, Bendigo; beloved brother of Charles, Footscray, aged 19 years.

No one knew him but to love him.

CREED.-Killed in action, in France, July 27,

1916, Sergeant Russell Charles, dearly loved only son of Mr. Charles Creed, Hobart, and loving brother of Ruth, Winnie, and Cecily, aged 21

years.

CROOK.-Died of wounds received in France, on

the 6th August, Private Arthur M. Crook, the dearly beloved and only son of William Percy and Ada Crook, 107 Charles street, Prahran, and dearly beloved brother of Edie and Mrs. H. Speed, Seymour, aged 20 years 7 months; also, on the 24th August, our dear cousin, Leo Hine.

Their duty nobly done.

-(Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, Doris and Harry.)

DUNSTAN.-Killed in action, in France, 19th July,

Private Edwin William Dunstan, dearly loved youngest son of Ann and the late William Dun- stan, No. 1 Wilson street, Coburg; loved brother of Caleb and Mrs. R. N. Cooke, Davies street, Brunswick.

He is always in my thoughts,  

It is sweet to speak his name; In life I loved him dearly,

In death I do the same.

-(Inserted by his loving mother, Ann Dun- stan.)

ELDER.-Killed in action, in France, August 20,

Corporal Frank Reginald, the dearly loved son of Robert A. and Ellen S. Elder, of Jeruk, Glen- loth, aged 21 years.

Our darling hero.  

"How can man die better than facing fearful

odds?"    

ELLIOTT.-Killed in action, in France, on 26th

July, 1916, Private A. B. Elliott (Angie), be- loved youngest son of Rev. Robert Elliott, Bom- bala, N.S.W., and brother of Rosa, Robert, of   Commercial Bank, Drouin; Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Maxfield, of South Gippsland; and Charles.

ELLIOTT.-Killed in action in France, 26th July,

1916, Private A. B. Elliott, aged 25 years and 2     days.

I'll dread no danger, fear no foe, while God is

by my side;

With Him to help I shall not fear the raging,

roaring tide,  

I'll cling to Him, and heavily I'll lean upon

His breast,

And trust till morning breaks; He knoweth

best.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing sisters, Connie Max-

field and Louie Thomas.)

FARNAN.-Killed in action, in France, on the 9th

August, Private James Thomas Farnan, beloved second eldest son of the late William and the late Bridget Farnan; brother of the late Lizzie; loving brother William, Matthew, Mrs. Gilchrist, Chris (on active service in France), and Katie, aged 41. R.I.P.  

He sleeps not in his native land,

But under foreign skies.

Far from those who love him,  

In a hero's grave he lies.

On his soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing brother Will and sister Katie.)

FLETT.-Killed in action, somewhere in France,

August 30, Private Roy Neville Flett, dearly loved youngest son of Christina and the late John B. Flett, and loving brother of May (Mrs. Bushy), John, James, Beatrice (Dot), "Ben Wyvis," Moama road, East Malvern, late of Warrnambool

and North Carlton.

Deeply mourned.

FYNMORE.-A tribute to the memory of my dear

friend, Private Leslie Haliburton (Les), who was killed in action on August 23, 1916, aged 20 years 6 months.

So dearly loved.

Absent from each, yet close to Him,  

Holding the self same hand,

No anxious thought, no weary sigh,

But He will understand.  

He knows the ties we hold so dear,

Each wish of thine and mine,

Our love made purer, stronger still,

By His great love divine. -(Inserted by B. Walker).

GORDON.-Private Victor E. C. Gordon, youngest

son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, Morrison, Victoria, aged 21, died of wounds received in France. (In- serted by his loving cousin, Daisy.)

GREATHEAD. -Killed in action, in France, on

19th August, 1916, William E., fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greathead, Drummoyne, Sydney; grandson of the late Robert and Sarah Greathead, late North Melbourne; loving nephew of Mrs. E. White, 92 Molesworth street, North Melbourne, aged 21 years 6 months.    

Deeply regretted.

-(Inserted by his loving aunt, uncle, and cousins, Molesworth street, North Melbourne.)

GREIVESON. - Killed in action, somewhere in

France, on the 23rd August, Private Harry Mit-   chell Greiveson, dearly loved only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Greiveson, Harrietville, Hope street, South Yarra, and loving brother of Annie, aged 22 years and 2 weeks.  

Our hero.

Sometime we'll understand.  

HALE.-Killed in action, in France, on August

5, Henry George, aged 26; and on August 23, in London, died from wounds received in same  

engagement, Frank Leslie, aged 23; the loved sons and only children of Stanley and Emily Hale, of Dorakin, Wickepin, W.A.; nephews of

Mrs. Stanton, Surrey Hills, and of Mrs. Fricker,  

Beaconsfield parade, Albert Park.    

DIED ON SERVICE.

HARGREAVES. -Killed in action, somewhere in

France, on the 5th August, 1916, Private George Hargreaves, the beloved son of James and Mary Hargreaves, of Wharparilla North, aged 30 years

10 months.

The world is wide, the sea is deep,

Far across the sea our loved one sleeps. He went away in health and strength, For King and country his time he spent. His fight is fought, he stood the test,

And poor old George was one of the best.

A noble hero.

HARVEY.-Killed in action in France, on 23rd

August, Private Albert Edward Harvey (Bert), dearly beloved elder son of John and the late Helena Edith, of 223 The Parade, Ascotvale; also stepson of Mrs Harvey, brother or Jack (on active service in France) and Alice, aged 25

years.  

A hero he lived, a hero he fell;

Though only a lad, he did his part well;

He gave his young life for a cause that was

true,

Fighting for his country, home, and for you.  

HELEN.-Killed in action in France on 6th

August, Charles Ernest, the dearly beloved eldest son of C. W. and A. Helen, of Perth, W.A., the loved grandson of Mrs. Helen and the late A. E. Helen, of 88 Princes street, Carl- ton, aged 20 years; nephew of C. M. G. and A. J. H., and Mrs. Dean (Glenbuntly).

Requiescat in pace.

A brave young life nobly ended.

HERBERTSON.-Killed in action in France on

July 22, Robert Charles (Captain), dearly loved husband of Bertha Herbertson (nee Taylor).

HINE. -Died of wounds received in France, August

24, Sergeant W. L. Hine (Leo), loving husband of Myrtle and father of dear little Vola, eldest son of W. and A. E. Hine, Gormanston, Tas- mania; beloved brother of Violet (Mrs. McKen- zie, N.S.W.), Victor, George, Frank, and Rosa- bel; fond son-in-law of W. J. and S. Crook, Elm grove, Windsor; brother-in-law of George and Mrs. Parker (Ruby), Sydney; and Mrs. Crook, St. Kilda, aged 27 yeears.  

HOLLAND.-Killed in action, in France, on

18th August, Private Andrew Holland, dearly loved     eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holland, of Yering, aged 23 years.  

O, bright the conqueror's crown,

The song of triumph sweet,

When faith casts every trophy down

At our great Captain's feet.

HOLLAND.-Killed in action (France), on 7th

August, 1916, Ern, the beloved cousin of Mrs. Langford, Mrs. J. and F. Hancock, H. Aspinall, Pte. Harold, A.I F., Mrs. Stewart; Cpl. Fred, A.I.F., L.-Cpl. Norman Aspinall, A.I.F.

One of the best.

-(Inserted by his loving cousin, A. Vale.)

HOLLAND.-Killed in action (France) on August

7, 1916, Ern, dearly beloved nephew of Mrs. M. E. Aspinall, 87 Francis street, Ascotvale.

Hero of South Africa, Gallipoli, and France.

Duty nobly done.

HOLLIER.-Killed in action, in France, on August

11, after twelve months' service, Private Edgar Charles Hollier, dearly loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hollier, "Ethelleigh," Yarragon, and much loved brother of Ethel, Ruby, Bert, Amy, and George, and loved grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews, Trafalgar, aged 19 years 8

months.

"A hero he lived, a hero he fell,

Though only a lad, he did his part well.

He gave his young life for a cause that was  

true,

Fighting for his country, home, and for you."

Our hero.

His duty nobly done.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother, sisters, and brothers.)

HUNT.-Killed in action in France, August 12,

1916, Private William Hunt, eldest son of Richard Hunt, Bungil, much loved pupil of the old Bungil schoolboys. (Inserted by G. R., 11 Haw- thorn grove, Hawthorn.)

HUNTER.-Fatally wounded in France on 25th

August, Private Reginald J. Hunter, dearly be- loved third eldest son of Alexander and Ellen Hunter, of 30 Riversdale road, Camberwell; lov- ing brother of Arthur, Mrs. Spear, Norman, Nel- lie, Ruby, Gordon (on active service); and Irene, aged 23 years.    

One of our brave heroes.

His duty bravely done.

JAMES.-Died of wounds, in France, on August

8, Joseph Henery, the loving husband of Sarah Frances James, Salisbury, S.A., aged 54 years on September 14.

A true Britisher.

He gave his life, his all.

JOLLEY.-Died of wounds and gas in 32nd Stat.

hospital, France (date unknown), Private George Jolley, aged 23 years, only son of George and Mary Jolley, Mernda,

Loved by all.

No more the foe can harm; no more the

leagurcd camp;

No more the cry of night alarm, and need of ready lamp;  

Our friend has gone before to that celestial

shore;

He hath left his mates behind, found the rest

we toil to find;

He hath now the storm outrode; anchored in

the port of God.

-(Inserted by the Mernda Methodist Bible Class.)      

JOLLY.-A tribute to the memory of our friend,

George Jolly, who died on active service in France. (Inserted by the members of the Mernda Football Club.)  

JONES.-A tribute of deep respect to the memory

of my late employer, James L. Jones, Sandring- ham, who was killed in action on July 19, 1916. (Inserted by F. L. Brown, R.A.E.)

JOY.-On the 24th August, died of wounds re-

ceived in France, Private Clark Mansfield Joy, loved eldest son Mr., Mrs. W. Joy, Tungamah; loved brother Marjorie, Rae, Ruby, Daphne,   Mabel, Will, Len.  

He did his duty.

KEAN.-On the 19th August, killed in action, in

France, Charles Maurice Gordon, only beloved son of the late C. E. Kean, barrister, solicitor, of Zeehan, Tasmania, and Mrs. McMurray, 16 Little O'Grady street, Albert Park; loving brother of Marjorie; stepson of Driver A. C. McMurray, on active service, aged 21 years. R.I.P.

Whom the gods love die young.

KEATING.-Killed in action, in France, on July

28, Thomas Patrick, beloved son of Thomas Keat- ing, N.W. Mooroopna, and loving brother of Mary, Kate, Jim (France), Jack, Will, and Fred, aged 26 years.

God's will be done.

LAKE. —Killed in action in France on the 19th

July, 1916, Private Cecil Lake, beloved eldest son of the late John Lake and Mrs. Lake, Foster, and grandson of Mrs. George Rolfe, Tenterden, Collins street, Melbourne.

LAMPARD. —In sad and loving memory of my dear

boy, Private Glen Thomas, second son of Mrs. M. A. Lampard, who was killed in action, at Pozieres, France, on August 10, 1916, aged 28 years.

Rest in peace,

My darling boy.

Loved by all who knew him. He sleeps not in his native land,

But under foreign skies;

Far from those who love him,

In a hero's grave he lies.

He never shunned his country's call, But gladly gave his life, his all. He died the helpless to defend,

An Australian soldier's noble end.

Somebody cried when he sailed away; Somebody's kiss on his forehead lay;  

Somebody clung to his parting hand —

It was his mother.

—(Inserted by his loving mother.)

LEVENS. —Killed in action, France, August 18,

Private Charles Arthur Levens, dearly loved and only son of Jean and Charles B. Levens, "Waaia," Daisy Street, Essendon; brother of Mrs. Henry Thompson, Pascoevale; and grandson of James Levens, J.P., Collingwood, after active service in Gallipoli and France.

"Our Charlie."

LEVENS. —In loving remembrance of our dear

nephew and cousin, Charles Arthur Levens, who was killed in action in France on 18th August.

"Peace, perfect peace."

—(Inserted by his uncle and aunt, Col. John Evans and Mrs. Evans, and family.)

LEWIS (WATT). —Killed in action, in France, 7th

August, 1916, my dearly beloved fiancee, Sergt. Hugh Lewis (Son), dearly beloved eldest son of the late Hugh Watt and Mrs. R. Lewis, of Port Melbourne, aged 28 years 4 months.  

An Anzac hero.     He did not for a moment pause,

But gave his life in honour's cause, And for his country bled.  

A painful shock, a blow severe, To part with one I love so dear;

His loss is great, I'll not complain, But trust in God to meet again.

Loved by all. So sadly missed.  

—(Inserted by Winnie Esler, Clarendon street,  

South Melbourne.)

LEWIS (WATT). —Killed in action, France, 7th

August, 1916, Sergeant Hugh Lewis.

So dearly loved, one of the very best, a thought- ful son and brother, and a dear and true friend.

Our Anzac hero.

Silent the voice we long to hear. Gone the one we loved so dear;

Gave his life for his country's sake.

—(Inserted by dear friend, C. Esler, South Mel

bourne.)  

LEWIS (WATT). —In loving memory of Sgt. H.

Lewis, who was killed in France on August 7, 1916, after two years' service in Gallipoli and

France.

The world is wide, the sea is deep,  

Far across the sea our workmate sleeps.

He went away in health and strength,  

For King and country his time he spent,   His fight is fought, he stood the test,  

And dear old Son was one of the best.  

—(Inserted by his fellow workmates, Despatch-  

room, Swallow and Ariell, Port Melbourne.)

LOCKE. —Killed in action in France, August 19,

Corporal William Roy Locke, beloved eldest son of Job and Selina Rose Locke, of Tongala, and brother of Powell, Jessie, Job, and Rose, aged 21.

His duly nobly done.

LYNCH.-On the 18th August, died of wounds re-

ceived in France, Private Herbert W. Lynch, son of E. Lynch, Trafalgar, Gippsland. R.I.P.

MAHON.-Killed in action in France, 16th August,

Private Thomas Glancy (Hugh) Mahon, the dearly loved husband of Frances (nee O'Halloran), 29 Weston street, Brunswick, and much loved only son of Mrs. R Mahon, Studley Park road, Kew.

Dearly loved, deeply mourned.

May the Lord have mercy on his soul.

MARTIN. —Killed in France, August 25, Sergeant

Frank Martin, of Brunswick, age 25 years; also   on the 18th August, Private Wally Martin (other- wise Orlando Edwards), of Meeniyan, age 21 years, the beloved brothers of Milly (Mrs. Had- dock) Ernest, Annie (Mrs. Chappel), Charles, Ruby, Rose (Mrs. Myers), youngest sons of the   late Artemus and Amelia Martin.

They heard their country's cry, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do or die.

Both - the some grave they lie,

Two brothers.

-(Inserted by their sisters, sisters-in-law, brothers, and brothers-in-law.)

MARTIN.-On the 25th August, on active service,

died of wounds, Sergeant Frank Martin, aged 25 years. (Inserted by E. J. and A. Martin,   East Brunswick.)

MASON.-Killed in action in France on July 25,

1916, Arthur Henry beloved second son of A. H. and E. Mason, Adelaide street, Malvern; and loved brother of Mrs. Gray (Kew), Doris, Will (on active service), Mavis, Charlie, and Albert, aged 21 years. (Tasmanian papers please copy.) MAYER.- A tribute of deep regret to the memory

of my late comrade. Ernest W. Mayer, who was killed in action, August 10, 1916. (Inserted by F. L. Brown, R.A.E.)    

 

   

 

DIED ON SERVICE.

McCONCHIE.--A tribute to the memory of Pri-

vate James Angus McConchie, killed in action       in France on the 15th August.

For King and country.

-(Inserted by the members of the Richmond  

Angling Club.)

MCDONALD. -A tribute to the memory of Sapper

James McDonald, killed in action in France on the 21st July.

For King and country.

- (Inserted by the members of the Richmond   Angling Club.)

McFARLANE.-Killed in action, in France, 16th    

August, Corporal Hector Norman, eldest son of

W. J. and M. McFarlane, Canonbury, Sims street,  

Sandringham.

MEMBREY.-On the 18th August, killed in action,

in France, Private Claude Membrey, loving son

of J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., and Mrs. Membrey, Merri street, Northcote, brother of Carrie, Albert  

G., Alice, Stanley, Beatrice, and Horace, aged  

20 years.  

Duty bravely done; crown nobly won.

MEMBREY.-In loving memory of our dear friend,

Private Claude Membrey, killed in action in  

France on 18th August.

He sleeps not in his native land,

But under foreign skies;

Far from those who love him,

In a hero's grave he lies.

-(Inserted by his loving friends, Mr. and Mrs.   Little, Harry, Lottie, and Kathleen.)

MEMBREY.-In fond memory of our dear pal,

Private Claude Membrey, killed in France,

August 18.

"How can a man die better

Than facing fearful odds,   For the ashes of his fathers,

And the temples of his gods?"

-(Inserted by his pals, H. F. Little, W. H.   Crowe, D. G. May, E. Kirton, G. A. Johnson,

L. C. Dennis.)

MEREDITH.-Killed in action, in France, August  

19, 1916, Thomas Oscar Meredith, the dearly loved eldest son of Francis and the late Thos.   Meredith, of Coburg, aged 23 years.  

MILLER.-Killed in action, August 14, somewhere

in France, Captain A. L. (Bert) Miller, youngest son of the late William (inspector, M.B.W.) and Eliza Miller, of Islington street, Colling- wood, much loved brother of Mrs. D. Munro (Orbost), William (Clifton Hill), Mrs. J. Cree, and the late Peter (Collingwood), Mrs. A. Wil- liams (Ivanhoe), John (Fairfield Park), Edwin Westgarth), Mrs. W. T. Carter (Ivanhoe).

Loved by all who knew him.

Our hero.

O'DONNELL.-Killed in action in France on 19th

August, Edmund, the beloved husband of Mary O'Donnell, Carwardine street, Bendigo, loving daddy of Mona, Tom, Myrtle, and Rita, aged 38.

O'DONNELL.-Killed in action in France on 19th

August, Edmund, dearly beloved only son of Monica and the late Thomas O'Donnell, Wil- cannia, N.S.W., aged 38.

OLLE BENNETT.-Died of wounds, August 22.

(Inserted by the members of Dorcas street, South Melbourne, Church of Christ choir, of which he was formerly a member.)

OSBORNE.-Killed in action in France on 19th

August, 1916, Private J. P. Osborne, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, of Beaconsfield, late of Walhalla, brother to Mrs. Keating, of Beacons- field, and Mrs. Clayton, Adelaide. Dear Jim, may the Lord have mercy on your poor soul.

PAYNE.-Called to higher service on 25th July, in

France, Private David Payne, beloved youngest son of Ellen and late James Payne, Abbotsford; beloved brother of Essie (Mrs. Charles), Nellie, Jim, Will, Allan, Minnie, Ada (Mrs. Farr), Olive, and Beatrice; also dearest friend of Laura

M. Perkins.

He has fought the good fight, he has finished his course, he has kept the faith.

What we know not now we shall know here- after.

For God, and home, and native land.

PAYNE.-A tribute of love to our dear brother,

Private David Payne, who passed to the higher life from France, July 25.

Not dead, but passed from sight  

To God in closer bond.

Not dead, but passed from night

Into the Light beyond.

Not dead, eternal bright

His morn of bliss has dawned.

-(Inserted by Will and Nellie.)   PAYNE.-Inserted by the members of the Abbots-

ford Baptist Church in memory of their late fellow-member, Private D. Payne, killed in action at Pozieres.  

A good soldier of Jesus Christ.

POTTER.-Killed in action in France on the 19th

August, 1916, Private William Potter, loved brother of Mrs. E. G. Stott, Geelong; Mrs. C. E. Cox, Hampton; Mrs. W. Pearce, Childers; Mrs. W. Thom, Speed; James Arthur, Geelong; and Fred, Middle Park, aged 32 years.  

POYNER.-Killed in action, in France, on 16th

August, Edwin Rupert, youngest son of J. M. and E. A. Poyner, of "Willowbank," Lilydale, aged 19 years and 9 months.

One of our heroes.

The bugles of England called, how could I stay?

QUINLAN.-Killed in action, in France, on 18th

of August, Private Kirby William Quinlan, second son of the late Thomas and Johanna Quinlan, of 401 Cardigan street, Carlton, loved brother of Mrs. Livesley (Perth), Mrs. Bowker (Perth), Mrs. Gill (Melbourne), Thomas, Mary (Iona), Eleanor, Lawrence (A.L.F.), Percy, Phyllis, and Leo, grandson of the late James and Catherine Dark, of Homebush, Avoca, aged 27 years.    

May his soul rest in peace.  

-(Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and sisters.)  

RASHLEIGH.-Died of wounds in France on the

12th August, Private W. C. Rashleigh, dearly beloved eldest son of Benjamin Francis and Elizabeth Rashleigh, 27 Nicholson street, Bal- larat East, loving brother of Mrs. E. C. Cook, Ballarat East, Eunice, Lily, and Percy, aged      

25 years.  

Far away in France our hero is sleeping.

RICHARDSON. –Killed in action, in France, on

August 18, Private Charles Edwin Tudor, only son of the late E. T. and Annie M. Richardson, and grandson of the late Rev. George Tudor Hall. (Inserted by his aunt, Rhoda E. Hall,   Portman street, Oakleigh.)

ROBERTS. –On the 9th August, of wounds received

in France, Lance-Corporal Sydney Harold Roberts, the dearly beloved third son of Arthur and Louisa Emma Roberts, and brother of Horburg, Gordon, and Jack (on active service), age 26 years.  

ROBERTS. –On the 9th August, of wounds re-   ceived in France, Lance-Corporal S. H. Roberts,   dearly loved brother of Phyllis, and Gordon (on  

active service), age 26 years.

ROGERS. –In loving memory of Private L. J.   Rogers, killed in action, France, 4th August, dear     friend of A. D. and M. M. Bradford, and loved  

mate and true comrade of Corporal A. N. Brad- ford, killed on the same date, somewhere in

France.

They loved each other in life, and in death they were not divided.

-(Inserted by A. D. and M. M. Bradford and G. Y. Watson, 11 William street, Footscray.)

ROSS.-Killed in action, 24th August, in France,

William Forbes, beloved twin son of Donald Ross, South Melbourne, and loving brother of Berty, Fred (on active service), Lizzie, Nellie, Florrie, Jessie and Lila, ago 22.

Sadly missed.

-(Inserted by E. Young and T. Tobin.)

ROXBURGH.-Killed in action, France, on 18th

August, Sergt. Hugh Crichton Roxburgh, dear and elder son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. L. Rox- burgh, of "Cessnock," Cochrane street, Garden- vale, in his 25th year.

ROYLE.-The members of the Caledonian Choir

desire to pay tribute to the memory of their late comrade and friend, Hector Charles Royle, who so willingly rendered to the service of his coun- try all that he could give.

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, dearly loved youngest son of John and Emily Sansum, Richmond, late of Ballarat, loved brother of Mrs. Vi. Symons (Richmond), late F. E. (New Zealand), Will (Kalgoorlie), Mrs. S. Philpot (Ballarat), Mrs. W. Findlay (Glenferrie), Wallie (Bunbury), Bertha, and Mrs. D. Stevenson  

(Queenscliff), also beloved fiance of Hilda Abrahamson (Bunbury).    

Loved by all who knew him.

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, dearly loved brother of E. and W. Symons, 26 Elm grove, Richmond, and dearly loved uncle of Harold, Ernie, Hilda, and Vera.

A better brother never lived.

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, much loved brother of Will and M. Sansum, of Kal- goorlie, and dearly loved uncle of Willie, Harold, Hazel, and Lila.  

One of Australia's best.

SANSUM--Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, dearly loved brother of J. and S. Philpot (Ballarat), and loved uncle of Jack, Doris, and

Willie.

Life's highest mission he fulfilled.

SANSUM -Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, much loved brother of A. and W. Findlay, 66 Park street, Glenferrie, and dearly loved uncle of Lorna, Jack, and little Geoff.

A beautiful life nobly sacrificed.

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th  

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, devoted brother of Wallie and Lou, of Bunbury.

For a righteous cause, he nobly did his duty.

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, dearly loved brother of Bertha.  

A loving, devoted brother.  

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, dearly loved brother of Hilda and Dave Stevenson, Queenscliff.

He gave his best, his life, his all.

SANSUM.-Killed in action in France on 14th

August, Corporal Arthur Harold Sansum, dearly loved fiance of Hilda Abrahamson, Bunbury.

My one, my all, my hero.

SHARP.-Killed in action in France, between July

27 and August 4, Private C. W. Sharp (Clarrie), after 14 months' active service, Gallipoli, Egypt,   and France, dearly loved second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Sharp, Lydiard street, Ballarat, loved brother of Corp. A. V. Sharp (on active service), Mrs. Alex. Richardson, and Doris, aged 22 years.

His duty nobly done.

SHEPPARD.-A tribute to the memory of our mate,

Private John Stanley Sheppard, who was killed in action, in France, on August 24.

One of the best.  

At rest.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing mates.)

SHEPPARD.-Killed in action on 24th August in

France, Private John Stanley (Stanley), beloved eldest son of G. W. and E. Sheppard, of "Stan- lea," Tongue street, Seddon, loved brother of   Valerie, Norman, George, Pauline.

Deeply mourned.

SKEWES.-Signaller Harrie Skewes, killed in

action in France, on August 18, loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Jas. Skewes, Chillingollah.

Father, in thy gracious keeping,

Leave we now Thy servant sleeping.

-(A tribute of love from his little nephews, Jim, Max, Jack, and Fred. Bourke, Fitzgerald street, South Yarra.)

SPIERS. -Killed in action in France on the 17th

August, Private C. R. Spiers, only son of C. Spiers, of Shepparton.

STEPHENSON.-In loving remembrance of our

dear friend, Lieutenant K. R. Stephenson, second son of the Rev. A. R. Stephenson, M.A., New Col- lere, Box Hill, died of wounds, July ??. (In- serted by Mrs. H. Griffon and family, Box Hill.)  

 

 

 

 

DIED ON SERVICE.  

UPSTON. -Killed in action, in France, on the 22nd

August, Private George Leslie, beloved younger son of William and Sarah Upston, of 8 Evelyn street, East St. Kilda; brother of Helena, Amy, William (on active service), Alice, Florrie, Ethel, Elsie, Carleta.

WAIGHT.-On the 13th August, 1916, killed in

action somewhere in France, Lance-Corporal Reg. Waight, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Waight, Paul's Creek, and loved brother of Mrs. Eddie

Beach, Dixon's Creek.

He died as he lived - a man. -(Inserted by his schoolmates.)

WATSON.-A tribute of deep regret to the memory

of my late comrade, Lieutenant George W.   Watson, Brighton Beach, who was killed in action, August 19, 1916. (Inserted by F. L.

Brown, R.A.E.)

WHITECHURCH.-Killed in action, in France, on

the 18th August, Private William Allen (Allen), beloved eldest son of George and Bessie White- church, 15 Dwyer street, Clifton Hill, late of Mangalore, aged 23 years.

"Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends."

WILLIAMS.-On the 23rd August, in France, George

Fredric (Son), Q.M.S., beloved eldest son of Emma L. Williams, Carinda road, Canterbury, and the late George Abley Williams, aged 39 years; brother of Lieut. E. A. (France), Corporal F. J. (Royal Park), E. T., E. J., E. H.,

A. H., and R. E.

WORTH.-Lieutenant. S. H., killed in action in

France, 22nd August, our friend and fellow- worker, "Syd."  

Duty done.

-(Inserted by his fellow-workers, mantle and underclothing departments, Beath, Schiess and

Felstead.)

WORTH.- Killed in France, on the 22nd August,

Sergeant Sydney Herbert, dearly loved and only son of the late Rev. W. S. Worth and Mary Worth, of 42 Maud street, Geelong; and brother of Mrs. Pete Merton (Ararat) and Lillian Worth (Benalla), aged 27 years. (Late of Beath, Schiess,

and Felstead.)

YOUNG. -On the 31st August, died of wounds in

France, Sergeant Frank Harold Young, beloved eldest son of George Young, of Queenscliff, and the late Mary Young, of Winchelsea, aged 24

years.

His country needed him.

YOUNG.-Killed in action, in France, on the 20th

August, after 2 years' service; was also in the landing at Gallipoli, Sergeant Alfred Thomas Young, beloved only son of Alfred and Elizabeth Young, 22 Wilson street, and Junction Hotel,

Moonee Ponds, grandson of the late Thomas Charles and Margaret Young (Essendon).

YOUNG.-On the 31st August, died of wounds in

France, Sergeant Frank Harold Young, formerly of R.A.F.A., Maribyrnong, beloved brother of Ferg., May, Eva, Ella, and Mary, aged 24 years. Till the day breaks and the shadows flee away.

DEATHS.

ARMYTAGE.-On the 18th September, at Foster,

Edith May, dearly beloved eldest daughter of Edward and Agnes Armytage, and sister of Jessie, Ella, and Hazel,, aged 11 years and 9 months.  

BRACKEN.-On the 15th September, at Warrnam-

bool, Catherine, the beloved wife of Laurence Bracken, and eldest daughter of Denis and

Catherine O'Mullane.

BRAZENOR. -On the 21st September, at his re-

»idcitcc. "Severn," Carlton street, Ballarat West, William Brozenor, architect, in his 84th year, a. colonist of 59 years.

CHALMERS.-On the 10th September, at Uic resi-

dente of her mother, 81 Spencer street, Essen- don, IJlian Jessie, beloved youngest daughter of Margaret and the late John Chalmers, uged 14 years. (Interred privately.)

CORRIGAN.-On the 20th September (suddenly),

at the Children's Hospital, Mark Albert Lydion, the infant son of T. L. and L. M. Corrigan, Brightou road. Dandenong, late of North road. Caulfield, aged 1 year 5 months. (Interred pri- vately.)

Safe in the arma of Jesus.

DARK.-On the 17th September, at private hos-

pital, Eost Melbourne, W. A. Dark (Wattle), of Sorrento, dearly beloved husband of the late Rose, and father of Edith and Vera, and loved brother of E. J.* Dark,.L: Cottier, C. Dark, SI. White, A. Skelton, K. -Johnston, II.* Dark; also, dear mate and partner of Oamcs Skelton.

Passed peacefully away.

DELLALA.-On the 14th September, at Raglan,

Matilde Paolina, third daughter of Lorenzo Del- lala, aged 2 years.  

'Tis sad to see the empty chair,

And miss the face we love so well; Our grief is hard to bear,

Harder far than tongue can tell.  

Gone to her heavenly home.

R.I.P.

DRAPER.- On the 22nd September, at Launceston,

Tasmania, Philip, the dearly beloved husband of M. J. M. Draper, Launceston, Tasmania, aged 84   years; also loving father of Marie (Mrs H. A.  

Miles), Ethel (Mrs H T. Herd), Jessie (Mrs. Dixon), Maude (Mrs. G. Parris), Robert, also Stewart, Albert, Philip, and William (on active service); also loving grandfather of Zoe, Belle, and Melville Herd, Jack Parris, Dorothy and little Adrian Draper.  

Peace, perfect peace. -(Adelaide papers please copy.)

ERKET.-On Uic 21st September, Mary, beloved

wife of Joseph Erkot, "Traverston," Su Arnaud,

aged 73 years. It, I. P.

FARMER.-On the 22nd September, at the residence

of her mother, Susanna, widow of the late Vi. Farmer, Mccrae'street, Bendigo; dearly beloved daughter of Ann and the'late James Bell, 359 Barnard street, Bendigo; loved sister M A. Leahy (Heidelberg), E. Bell (Kalgoorlie), and L. Rich- ardson (Footscray), ._. .

FORBES - On the 10th September, 1916, at Nar-

randera, after a brief illness of double pneu- monia, Richard (Dick), the dearly loved hus- band of Mary Forbes, and loving father of Ronnie and Lorna, aged 37 years.  

FORBES - On the 10th September, 1816, at Nar

randera, after a brief illness of double pneu- monia, Richard (Dick), the dearly loved son of R. and M. Forbes, Narrandera, and loving brother of Mrs. Joe Stewart, Albury, aged 37 years.  

FORBES - On the 10th September, at Narrandera,

N.S.W., after a brief illness from double pneu- monia. Richard (Dick) Forbes, late of "Leon- gatha," aged 37 years R.I.P.

GRANT.-On the 21st September, at the Melbourne

Hospital. Annie (Lil), dearly beloved wife ol W. II. Grant, aged 28 years.

HARWOOD.-On the 17th September, at his resi-

dence, 20 Uancast street, Malvern, William, the beloved husband of Ellen, and father of Will, Bob, Charlie, Nellie, Harry, and Frank, in his 60th year, A colonist of "0 years. (Interred pri ? vately on the 18th, at St. Kilda.)

HOLMES.-On the 12th September, 1010, at Laun-

ceston, Tasmania, Frederic Holmes, chemist, loved brother of Mrs. S. j; Anglor, Bastings street,

Northcote.

JACOT.-On the 17th September, ' at private hos  

fiital, Edouard, sou of ,M, und Madame Jacot, ate of 13 Les Envers, 'Le Loclc, Switzerland, husband of the late Florence (Flora) Jaeot.

KIRBY.-On the 19th September, at her residence,

"Wyseworth," Howlong, N.S.W., Jane, the be- loved wife of Frank Kirby, and dearly loved mother of Frank, Charlecs, Joseph, Richard, John, Frances, Jenny, Mary, and Annie, and twin daughter of the late James and Alice McCoy, Goulburn River, Kyabram, a native of Mel-

bourne, aged 72 years. R.I.P.

KNOWLES.-On the 17th September, at his resi-

dence, McPherson street, Horsham (suddenly of heart failure), Edwnrd Knowles, the dearly loved husband of Margaret and father of Edward (on active service), Mrs. Byrne, Wartook; Mrs. Todd, West Brunswick; Mrs. Miller, Pimpinio; Mrs. Riley, Horsham; Mrs. Kilner, West Brunswick; Fulton, Horsham; -Archie, Serviceton; Mavis, Horsham; and the late William, Cecil, and Olive;

aged 60 years and 2 months.  

LAWRENCE.-On the 19th September, at Hcidcl

berg, dearly loved father oft'jril (on aotivt service) ami Mrs. Cadby, aged ntl years. (Interred privately.) Ncvv'Zcalund papers please copy.

LAYFIELD.-On the 21st September, ot her rest*

dence, Hunter street, Euroa, Margaret, dearly beloved wife of Thomas lilyfield, and loving mother of Nellie, Patríele, Daniel,. William, Mrs. I*. Southcott, Mrs. W. Blaney, Mrs. h. Ewart, and Mrs. F,' Kinnear, aged 00 years.

Passed peacefully away,

MILLIS.-On the 21st September, at his residence,

"Tasma," Fulconer street, North Fitzroy, Alfred James, the dourly beloved husband of Laulsa Miliis, and loved eldest son of Alfred anl Fanny MiUls, of Brighton, formerly of North fitzroy. Interstate papers picas-e copy.

Peace, perfect peace.

MORCE.-On the 11th September, at Bendigo (from

tubercular). Eileen Elizabeth, dearly beloved eldest daughter .of Thomas.and Elizabeth Moree, of Sorrento, aged 13 ¿cars 3 months.

NICKLESS.-The remains of our late beloved

father, Enock Nickless, who died on the 13th August,' IMS, at 23 Robinson's road, Auburn, have been rcinterrcd in the Melbourne Ceme- tery, Friday, 22nd September, 1010.

' God saw when his footstep faltered,

And his heart grew tired and weak,. So He bude him rest for a season, -

.For the pathway had grown too bleep.

Gone, but not forgotten.

-(Inserted oy lils fond daughters and son, Eve- line Dixon, Pardoe Jennings, H. M. Nlcklcss.)

O'HALLORAN. -On the 21st September, 1916, at

his residence, 003 Jiicholson street, North Carlton, Denis, dearly beloved husband of Catherine O'llal loran, beloved father of W. J., II. .1., and A. B. O'Halloran, Mrs. M. Fagan, and Mrs. W. McSpeerln, grandfiither of 11. D. and Sheila O'Halloran. R.I.P. (Interred privately ' in the Coburg General Cemetery, Sept. 22.)

PRATT.-On the 18th September, ot his residence,

Clarkson street, Sebastopol, James, the dearly beloved husband of Catherine, and loving father of David, aged 74 years.

At rest.

ROLFE.-On the 5th August, killed in action in

France, Private Ernest Morton, eldest son of Mary Rolfe, Mariebee, North road, Gardenvale,  

and the late Morton Rolfe, and grandson of the

late E. S. Parkes.

RYAN.-On the 22nd September, 1910, at lils resi-

dence, 8 Norman street,- Coburg, John Patrirk Ryan, of Emu Hotel, Carlton, beloved hrisband of Nellie, und beloved father of John, Orlando, and Janies Ryan, second son of M. F. and Maty Ryan, brother of James, Port Mellxinrne railway, Frank, and William (lyon, and the late Mrs. M. F. Har rington, Bairnsdale, Mrs. Taylor, Nora, and Phillip Hjnn, aged 51 years. R.I.P.

STATTERS.-On the 15th September, nt her son's

residence. Base, South Gippsland, Margaret, re- lict ol the late Luke Slatters, Coburg, loving mother of John, Annie, Mrs. It. Thornton, Joseph, and Ht-nry, in her 00th year; arrived Melbourne, 1850, s.a. Royal Charter (maiden trip). (Privately interred Coburg Cemetery, 10th September, from the residence of her son-in law, 24 Anketell street, Coburg.)

A patient sufferer at rest.

STEVENS. -On the 22nd September, at "IA

Pacotille," 42 Stewart street. Brunswick, Ar- thur Edward, dearly loved third son of Robert ond Agnes Stevens, aged li years.

At rest.

STEVENS.-On the 22nd September, at La'Pacot-

ille, 42 Stewart street, Brunswick, Arthur Ed- win ii, MON «I brother of Stanley, Olive, Id«, Herbert, Clifford, Dorl.-, Erie, and Mrs. Shepherd

(Agnes), itffed M years.

Safe in the ¡inn* of JcsitB. -

STORER.-On the 22nd September, at Melbourne,

Mary Lav ina Storer, No. 27 Geelong road, Koot* scray, relict of the late Tom Storer, uged 1"

*» ears.

VICKERS.-On the 22ml' September, suddenly, at

the residente of her nephew, Mr. Percival (J. lennox, Coburg, of broncho-pneumonia, Eliza- beth, beloved wife of the late Isoar Vickers, for- merly of Bendigo, and loved mother of Daisy, Mrs. P. H. Yibert, of Subiaco, W.A.; Herbert T., of Malvern; and Ernest !_, of Subiaco, W.A., in tier 77th year. (Private Interment, Boroon- dara Cemetery. Kew.)

? B|r*M*d are the dead which die in the Lord,

DEATHS.  

WALL.-On the 24th June, 1010, at hi« residence,   ger Coolina, near Limerick. Ireland, Jame» Wall,

l.vnj the beloved brother of P. I. Wall. ,_ "Î1 ? ; My lost brother.

. H.I P. .

WEARNE. -On the 16th September, Hilary Dease, the loved joungcsl daughter of J. Henry   'lit.' "O'1 ".""nil hearne, of 12 Regent street, Ascot idle! "'"'O' amI ,mtti nim °' **«? .'? C. Ilentlej, of

Brixton street, Flemington, ond Mrs. II. Tutt, I of Sassafras, uged i jears and 11 months.

WHITTY.-On the 21th September, at Auburn,   lory I Warmatta, the residence of her brothcr-in law,

V.V. j Johanna, the eldest daughter of the Jatc John P.

and Margaret Whlttv, cf Boosey Park, Kauuiu

tlte. R.I.P.

WILSON.-On the 21st Scplcmhcr, at the resi-

dence of her son in-law, A McC. Braithwaite, Barkly «trect, St. Kilda. Sarah M , relict of the lote milhun Hilson, of Sjdnej, in her 80th year ' (Privately interred)

WRIGGLESWORTH -On the 20th September, nt

hi» residence, "Olinda," Stratford, William , David, the dearly loved husband of Christina,

Gladys, and loving father of little Dorothy, anil jouugest son of W. A Vi rlgglcsworth, of Avon Pork, Stratford; aged 28 jears.

_"Lead, kindly light."

IN MEMORIAM.

BRIGGS.-In loving memory of J. J. Briggs, who

died September 23, 1910, at 23 Bridport street,

Albert Park,

The eternal God is our refuge, and underneath , are the everlasting ann«.

-(Inserted by hi» loving wife and sons, V. W., II, and F. S. is.)

COX. -In sad and loving memory of our darllng

Edith, who died at Bendigo, 24th September, 1915; also our dear Ted, who died May 15, 1911

So loved, so mourned.

COX - In loving memory of my darling friend,

Edith Mary ("Dedi") Cox, who died at Bendigo on September 24, 1915  

Rest in peace.

-(Inserted by Will C. Kelly, Glenferrie.)

DAVIES.-A tribute of love to tlic memory of mv

dear grandmother, who fell asleep September 23, 1015, nt Wright» street. Prahran.

Tliere is »weet rest in heaven.

-(Inserted by A. and L. Wall, Highton- Gee- long.)

DOWNING.-In loving memory of my dear father,   who passed away 24th September, 1913.   m_4 Peace and rest, dear lather.

After this world of strife,

God lias taken jou from us,

Home to a happier lile.

I think I tee his dear old smile,

Although three years have passed. And in my memory »till bo lives,

And will until the last.

-(Inserted by hi» loving daughter and son in law, A. and W. Cockerill.)

FARRAR.-In loving memory of Private Albert

Farrar, 21st Battalion, 6th Brigade, killed in ac- tion at the Dardanelles, 24th September, 1915.

Departed for a season, calmly sleeping night

and day,

In the quiet, unbroken silence of a battle field

far away;

Beneath the summer's shadow, and beneath the

winter's sky,

All alone he lies, awaiting the summons from

on high. -(Annie.)

FARRAR.-In kindly memory of our fellow-mem-  

ber, Private Albert V. Farrar, who fell at Gallipoli, September 24, 1915.

Never the lotus closes,

Never the wild fowl wakes,

But a soul goes out to the east wind, That died for England's sake.

-(Inserted by the members of the Kongwak Tennis Club.)

GABRIEL.-In ever loving memory of our dear

father, Robert, chemist, who departed this life at South Yarra, September 17, 1803; also, our . dear mother, Helen, who departed this life at

Annadale, September 24, 1011.

So dearly loved, so sadly missed.

-(Inserted by their sorrowing children, Robert T. Gabriel and May Minims.)

GREEN.-In loving memorj of my dear wife and

our dearly loved motlicr, Margaret Louisa Green, who passed away at "Hamilton Villa," Mildura, on September 24, 1012. ,

Dear Is her memory, long may we cherish

All her sweet lessons of patience and love; Virtues and graces like hers never perish;

But shine brighter far In heaven above.

-(Inserted by her loving husband and famllj'.)

HOUSE.-In Bad and loving memory of my dear

wife and our dear mother, Amy House, who passed away on the 24th September, 1015.

Thy memory prized is more than gold; A mother's worth cannot be told;

Her loved ones now, who miss her here. Will always hold her memory dear.

liso -(Inserted by her loving husband and daugh live tere, Ermyn and Phyllis.)

IEVERS -In loving remembrance of Mary, the    

beloved wife of the late CouncHlor William levers, who died nt Mount leven-, Rojal Park, Melbourne, 24th September, 1S08

May her soul rest In peace.

JAMES-In sad and loving memory of my dear

husband. William Henry James, and loving father of Beatrice, John, and Dnvid, who was accidentally killed on 21th September, 1015. (153 Malvern road, Molvern.)

JOHNSON.-In loving memory of mj' dearly be-

loved husband and loving rattier, John Johnson, late of Victoria Villa, Cubltt street, Richmond, who departed Uils,llfo 20th September, 1914.

He Is alwoys in our thoughts, I

It is -weet to speak lils name; In life we loved bim ,dearly,

In,death jve do the .same. , ' ' J

So fondly loved, so sadly missed.

-(Inserted by his loving wife, daughter», and son.) , i '

LEES.-In loving remembrance of my dear hus-

band and our dear father, Thomas Lees, who died at Evergreen, Tarwin Lower, on the 22nd September, 1005; also, my dear son and our dear brother. Thomas Lees, accidentally killed at Sandown Park on the 18th September, 1910.

Still with us in sweet remembrance. Dwell the souls that secmcth dead.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and family, mother, brother, and sisters.)

MARRISON.-In loving memory of our dear father,

who passed oway at Moonee Ponds on September ill, 23, 1015

''Í8 We miss vou mo«t who loved j-ou best.

n -(Inserted bv his loving daughter and son,

Ariuduc and George.)

MAYBLLE.-In . lov ing remembrance of mv dear

mother, Hannah Mnybllo, who departed this Hie at Montefiore House, 49 Rathdown street, Carl- ton, 23rd September, 1801.

Gone, but not forgotten.

-(Inserted by her daughter, S. A. Davies, and grandson, J. E. Patton. Sydney papers please

eop.v.)

MAYO.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Marian,

and our dear mother, who departed this Hie on September 2.1, 1915,

Call not back the dear departed.

Anchored safe w here storms are o'er; On the borderland we left her.

Soon to meet to part no more.

-(Inserted by C. M., Winifred, Ethel, and

Glad} 8.)

McKAY.-In loving memo'y of my fondly loved

father, called home 28th March. 1902; mother, 23rd September, 1914; and brother, 23rd Maj,

1002. , ,

Sadly missed.

-(Inserted by loving son-in-law and daughter,

Box Hill.)

MEADER.-In loving memory of my beloved wife

and our dear little mother, who died 24th Sep- tember, iori. (Inserted by her loving husband and daughters.)

MOBBERLEY.-In sad and loving memory ol our

dear mother, who died suddenly on the 22nd September, 1015; also our dear fothcr, who died on the 13th June, 1013, at Richmond.

The shock was great, the blow severe, To part with those we loved so dear,

Only those who liave lost aro able to tell

The pain in our hearts nt not saj-ing farewell. However long our lives may be,

Whatever land we view.

Whatever jovs or griefs be ours,

Dear parents, we will ever think of jou. -(Inserted by their loving family.)

MORROW.-In loving memory of our dear son,

Corporal Norman H. Morrow, who was killed in action at Gallipoli, September 24, 1915.

And with the morn those angel faces smile,  

Which I have loved long since, and lost

awhile.

-(Inserted by his parents.)

MORROW -In loving memory of our dear youngest

brother, Lance-Corporal Norman Harold Morrow, who was killed on active service at Gallipoli, September 24, 1915.  

And we, removed so far, Can only dream of how at morn the sun, Or the bright evening star,

Alternate, shines on them whose task is done. -(Geo. H. and Lilian M. Hunter.)

MORROW.-In loving memory of our

brother, Corporal Norman H. Morrow, who was killed in action at Gallipoli, September 24, 1915. - (Inserted by F. M. H. aud A. H. H., E. St. Kilda. )    

NOBLE.-In ever loving memory of mj- beloved

husband and our dcur father, llcnrv Joseph Noble, who departed this life on the 23rd Scptcmhci

1011. » . ?

Kind uns mv husband and sincere. Faithful to me he loved so dear-,

ho fond of his children, the light of his eje; Loving tis ni! he, left us to die.

When wc recoil fond memories, dear, That cling to us from jear to jear, Of loving care and affection true,

Our thoughts, dear dad, arc nil of you. Only these few lines as a token

To a father who won respect and love:

But God thought the chain must he broken.

And took our dear dad io,His bnght home

above! "

-(Inserted bv lils loving wife and family, 70 Best street, North Fitzroy.) ,

PATTERSON.-in loving memorj of mv dear hus-

band and our dear father, Wm. Patterson, who passed nvvaj September 23, 1012, ,nt his resi- dence, Ramelton, Toolamba.

Asleep in Jesus.

-(Inserted by his vvifc und famil}.)

PATTERSON.-In Bad and loving memory pf i

dear father, who passed peacefully awnj at his residence, "Ramelton," Toolamba, on 23nl Sep-

tember, 1012.

Asleep in Jesus. Peaceful rest.

-(Inserted by his loving 'daughter and son-ln law, Alice lind 'Jim Bitcon, "Lame," Too-

lamba.)

RANDLE.-In loving memorjj of mj- dear wife

and our dear mother, who left us sudden!) 12 months ngo to-day, iot "Northcote; also, her friend, Mrs. A.'Bohinejcr, who died the same i!»>, nibo at Northcote.

Some day we'll understand

-(Inserted by her loving husband and daughters, Aubiini avenue, Nortbcote.J

SMITH. -In loving memorj- of our near au

Harnett Emma Smith, who passed nwiy

Karecb. Kooyong road, Toorak, September 23, 1011. (Inserted by her loving nieces )

THORNELL.-In loving memory of mj dear hu«,

land, nnd father, who died 22nd September.

1013.

-(Inserted bj lils loving wife and fjmlly.)

TIPPET.-In affectionate remembrance of Lieu-

tenant Harold Freeman Tippet, 24th Battalion, who fell at Lone Pine, September, 1915. "There is a victory in dying well

For freedom-and ye have not died in vain."

-Campbell.

-(J.A.S.).  

IN MEMORIAM.

WHITE.-In lovlnsr memory of my dear husband

and father, Citarles .Tamps, who passed away at Moonee l'omis, 23rd September, 1013.

Dear dad.

Sadly missed.

WILSON.-In lovin memory of dear father, John

Alfred, who fell a^epp _*3nl -S'iitenibrr. 1D15, at private hospitil, Melbourne, aged bl $uiw.

At rest.

YOUNG.-In lot (np memory of our dear mother,

who ms*«ed away on 22nd September, 2909; nl«o, our dear father, who died on 2nd July, 1013, _j»t Prahran.

Sweet to remember, tliobc who once were neir. And who, thoiißh absent, still are just as deat ; Itcinembercd, loved, though jears onward sail. -(Inserted by their loving daughters, J. and M. Y nuns.)

YOUNG.-In loving memory of my dear mother,

who passed away at Prahran 22nd Scpteinhtr, 1903; also my dear father, 3rd Julj, W13.

"Ile givcth his beloved bleep.'*

-(Inserted by their lo\in(r daughter, Beatrice, wn-in-Iaw, anti grandchildren.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.

LEVINSOHN.-Mr. T. LEVINSOHN and Family

return THANKS to their many friend« for   k(nd expressions of BJ m pat hy in their recent sad bereavement, especially Dr. Newman Morris and the staff at "Lancewood,'* for their unremitting atten- tion._"Donar" Victoria rd_, Auburn.

McINTYRE.-Kamilv offer their heart's GRATITUDE to all their friend« for their kind sympathy in their bor-

row. OS Gatehouse strt-ct. Parkville,' i

ins convejed to them their expressions of »yin fa thy by card, lettirs, telegrams, visits, tlioy And

t impossible to THANK all jwrsonally, and re- quest all kind friend* to accept this intimation of sincere gratitude for sympathy in tlie sad be- reavement of their beloved and only son, who nobly fell fighting for King and country. "Del-

wood," Abbott st

," Abbott street, Sandringham.^

DELANEY.-express their heartfelt THANKS to their many friends and relatives for Und expressions of e> ni pa thy, aud for lette» st telegrams, and cards extended to them in tbeir recent pad bereavement In the loss of their loved son and brother, Edward James Delaney (killed in France, 3rd July). Metropolitan Farm, Werribee.

Mr. and Mrs. J. WENSOR wish to THANK their

many friends and relatives for their kind ex- pressions of sympathy, and for letters and cards received by them in their recent s ad bereavement in the loss of a dear brother, Pte H. Bulman,   killed in France in July. 4 Harding street, Ascot-

vale.

M tí. and Mrs. W. J. WEST and Family desire to

express their sincere THANKS to their many friends and relatives for their kind expressions of s>mnathy, letters, cards, and telegrams, during their recent sad bereavement. Hill street, Haw- thorn. _________

" express their sincere THANKS to tl-clr relatives and kind friends for visits, cards, and letters of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement sustained by the death of their beloved wife and mother. "Kiora," Bay View road. Burwood.

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ley, tender their heartfelt THANKS to tlie many friends, ltlehmond Council, and clubs, for their expressions oí sjmpatby and condolence with them in their late great lois._ _ MU. and Mrs. J. WHITE desire to THANK L-.

kind friends for vlalts, cards, and letters of sjmpatliy; also Dr. Base, Dr. Anderson, and the nurses at Uic hospital for kind attentions during their daughter's illness._ _

turn THANKS to their many hind Iriends for their letters, cards, telegrams, wreaths, and flowers, and cxprcslsons of sympathy in their recent ead bereavement. C7 Cobden st.. Kew._

wish to THANK their many kind friends tor their expressions of sympathy in their recent 6ad bereavement. . _ _ MRS. O'NEIL and Family, of 520 King ^treot,

West Melbourne, desire ta return their sincere THANKS to their many J,ind friends and relatives for their sincere kindno-s convey ed to them by personal visits, telegrams, cards,-and letters of sympathy in their sad loss, sustained by the death of their beloved son and brother. Denis Joseph, who fell while nobly fighting for bis King and country on 4Ui August, W10._R.l.l*._ MRS. POWELL and Family, Min'M. J. Powell,

desire tD THANK their many friends for tele- grams, letters, cards, and personal expressions of svinpatby in their recent bereavement; especially thanking Dr. Bennie; also employees, of Messrs. Aronson and Oo" Sir. llobson, for the excellent manner in carrying out the funeral arrangements. 74 Freeman street, North Fitzroy._

THANKS to her many kind friends for. their jincerc expressions conve}Cd to lier by personal vHts, telegrams, cards, and letters of sympathy in the sad loss of my dear husband, who WUB hilled in France while nobly lighting for his Kins and country, July 19, W10. 3 Fuussctt street, Albert Park^_'_.

MRS. W. BRUCE and Miss Bruce sincerely

THANK their many kind friends for expres- sions of sympathy, letters, cards, floral tributes, in their recent sad bereavement of her hufibaud, and brother William; also special thanks to sisters and nurses of No. 4 Ward, Melbourne Hospital. 15 Empress road, E. St Kilda._-^

many kind Iriends for expressions of sympathy in letters,'telegrams, cards, visits,and itoral tributes, also the Rev. Mother Redress and Sisters of St. Monica's and the Itcv. Father MeKenna, in their re- cent sad bereavement, the loss of her bon, George Davis. 32 Daisy strect,_Essendon._

pathetic letters, telegrams, cards, and their many floral tributes received from them during their recent sad bereavement. 119 "White Horse road, Dox Hill. ,

Lund Family desire to return THANKS to the A.M.P. Society, Mr. Tongc, also many kind friends, for expressions of sympathy in their sad loss, A. H. Darker, who fell while fighting for King and country.

_._, . .. ... _ street. South Yarra, desires to THANK her numerous rela- tives and friends for visits, canis, Jotters, telegrams, nnd expressions ol~6*,nipatby during her recent sail ...... -. _,_ ,- ...-ot the Alfred

MRS. MCNALLY and Family desire to THANK

their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereave* moat. Ferntree Gully road, yotting Hill._

PURBRICK.-The Sons and""Daughter of the Inte ', -V"'

Mrs. E. PURBRICK, Coburg, desire to THANK   their numerous friends for kind expressions of Í y\

K> . Private Henry W. Spence. » ho was kil

nction in France, desire to THANK their ... . kind friends for vieiis, cards, und letters of sym- pathy received during their' sad bereavement. "Roseneath," Carrol street, North Holbourne.

rntlK Family of thejate Mr. EDWARD ARNOLD

desire to gratefully THANK their friends anil neighbours for their kind sympathy in their recent be**oavcmcnt._South rd., Brighton,

THOMSON.-The Family of the late MAGNUS WINWICK THOMSON desire to express their   deep appreciation of the numerous tokens of sym- pathy, together with telegrams, letters, and curds received from the many kind friends during their sad bereavement; and would specially mention Drs. Ii. Tate Sutherland and A. V. Anderson, for their very kind attentions, and would also like to THANK Dr. Marshall (Scots Church) for the able and feel- ing woy, in which he, with the Ilev. P. Traplum, conducted the services. TOPPING.-Mr. J. TOPPING and Sons desire to X express their sineerc THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy In the loss of their dear son and brother, Lynton, who died at sea on the 31st July. Florence street, Men-

tone.

WELLS.-The Brotliers and Sisters of the late HENRY G. WELLS desire to return THANKS   to relatives and friends for kind expressions of s.v mpathy in their recent bereavement. Wells

road, Chelsea.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

FALCKE.--The Friends of the late Mr. JACOB

HENRY FALCKE are respectfully invited to   follow his remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.  

The funeral will leave his residence, 1 Hunter street. Abbotsford, THIS DAY (Saturday, 23rd Sep- tember. 1916), at half-past 3 o'clock.

JOHN ALLISON, Embalmer and Funeral Director, Head office: 94 Victoria street, Richmond North. Telephones, Central 1003 and 2038; Brunswick,

592.  

HORN.-.... respectfully informed that her remains will he Interred in the Necropolis, Springvale.

The funeral will le-ivc her late residence. Clarinda road, Heatherton, THIS DAY (Saturday. 23rd inst.), at 2 p.m. .

MILLIS.- JAMES MILLIS are respectfully invited to foi

lo» lils remains to the place of interment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.', '

Tlie funeral will leave his residence. "Tasma," Falconer street, North Fitzroy, -.THIS DAY/ (Satur- day, 23rd September), at 2 o'clock. t

R. ROBSON, Undertaker, Brunswick street, North Fitzroy. Tel. Northcote 618.      

REES.-Tho Friends of the late Mr. JACK REES

are respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting-place, in tlie Burwood Ccmc

Tlie funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, Diamond Creek, THIS DU' (Satunlay, 23rd September), at 12 noon, arriving at the ceme- tery about 3.15.

Vi. IIIVIN anil SON, Undertakers, Heidelberg. Telephone Heidelberg 55.

RYAN.- JOHN RYAN

_ Hotel, Carlton, arc respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Coburg Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his late residence, 8 Nor- man street, Coburg, on Momluy (25th September, 191«), at 3 o'clock.

JOSEPH ALLISON, Undertaker, Errol street, North Melbourne ('phone 751 Central), and Moonee Tooan ('phone 251 Aac6t),

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FUNERAL NOTICES.

STEVENS -Tie Friends of Mr. and Mis, R. B.

STEVENS are rn»cUfu!!> invited to follow Hie remains of their dearly loved son, Arthur Edward, to the place of lntcnntiit, the Coburg Cemetery. i

The funir.il Is appointe) to leave their resilience, "La Pacotille," 42 Stewart street, 1-ast Hnin-ivick, THIS DAY (Sitnrih), 23nl September), lUpm.

JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker, Sydney road.

Brunswick.

STORER. -The Friends of the late Mr«. MARY    

LAVINA STORER, relict of the lite Tom   Storer, are rcpcclfiillv invited to follow hir ic muins to the place of interment, the FooUcray

Cemetery

The funeral is appointed to move from her res! dence. \"o 27 Geelong roid. Footscray, THIS DAY (Sat.irdaj. fceptcuilier 21, 1910), at .1 o'clock.

WtLThlt A. WARNE, Undertaker, 137 and 1S9 Barkly street, Footscray, 'Phone, No. 0 Footscray E-cliange._ TAYLOR.-Frlrnds of the late Mr. JOHN WIL- LIAM TAYLOR are informed that hi» remains   will be interred in the lloroomlura Cemetery, Kew.

The funeral w11! mole from Spencer street sta- tion THIS DAY' (Siturday, 23rd inst,), on amval of train from Bendigo about 10.10 a.in.

WICKHAM.-The Friends of the late Mr. DAVID WICKHAM are respectfully invited to follow  

hi» remalli» to the place of interment, in the New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

1 The funeral I» appointed to movo from his late residence, Nn 23 Shields street, l*lcmington, THIS DAY'tSaturday, 23rd tust.)' at 2 o'clock.

.ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director. Head office: 221 Victoria street. West _lrlbourne (ncjr M Uliam st.); Racecourse rd.. Newmarket. 'Phones, Central 960; Vient, 4flä,

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