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AMPT.- On the 26th December, 1917, at "Wingadee," Wentworth avenue, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Ampt - a son.
BAKER.-On the 14th December, at "Bethesda" private hospital, the wife of G. Ashton Baker, B.C.E.--a daughter (Violet Thelma).
BIENVENU.-On the 24th December, 1917, at Sister Annear's hospital, Armadale, to Mr. and
Mrs. R.G. Bienvenu, Kelburn street, Caulfield--a daughter. Both well. BISSELL.-On the 3rd January, at Oberon private hospital, Footscray, to Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Bissell--a son.
BLACK.- On the 1st January, 1918, at Sister An
near's private hospital, Sutherland road, Arma dale, the wife of Archibald MacGregor Black,
Tarwin, South Gippsland--a son.
BOWMAN (nee Lane).-On the 1st January, at "Mount Wise" private hospital, Mercer road,
Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowman--a
daughter (Marjorie Ada).
BRUCE.-On the 21st December, at Manor street,
Middle Brighton, to Dr. and Mrs. Bruce--a son.
CAMERON-On the 2nd January, at "Coonara"
private hospital, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, the wife of Campbell Cameron, Surrey Hills - a son.
COMPORT.- On the 23rd December, 1917, at
"Quistrana," Dandenong road, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Everist Comport, E. S. and A. Bank, Brighton--a son.
D'ARCY (nee Eily Trinder).-On the 29th Decem
ber, 1917, at Nurse Basser's private hospital, 15 Drummond street, Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D'Arcy, "Glandore," Boinka, Vic.--a son. (Syd ney papers please copy.)
DIMSEY (nee Doris Davey).--On the 28th Decem
ber, at St. Andrew's private hospital, Middle Brighton, the wife of Lieut. D. F. Dimsey, Aust.
Flying Corps (abroad)--a son.
DRAFFIN (nee Edith Duffy).- On the 29th Decem-
ber, at Bethesda private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Draffin - a son (Noel Joseph). Both
EVANS (nee May Bent).-On the 23rd December,
at 17 Atkins street, Kew, the wife of Percy
Evans--a son (Eric Percy).
FAIRBAIRN.-On the 20th December, the wife
of Stanley J Fairbairn, Lyndhurst - a son (Murray).
FARGIE. -On the 27th December, 1917, at "Eleet,"
Belsize avenue, Murrumbeena, the wife of James Fargie - a daughter (Noela Muriel).
FORD.-On the 4th December, at Nurse Thom»
son's, "Araluen," Pratt street, Moonee Ponds, to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ford, of Moonee Ponds-a
son (Howard Thomas).
GIBSON.-On the 28th December, at Nurse New
ton's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gibson, Florida grove, South Wangaratta - a
GILES. -On the 24th December, at Nurse McFar
lane's private hospital, Terang, the wife of C.
H. Giles, of Terang--a son.
GILLETT (nee Leonide Pilloud). -On the 22nd De
cember, at Bellaria, Newtown, Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. Don Gillett, Yverdon, Bannockburn a daughter (Nancy Beryl).
GLANVILLE HICKS.-On the 29th December, at
55 Ormond road, Elwood, to Lieutenant and Mrs.
E. Glanville Hicks- a son.
GORMAN.-On the 26th December, at Carinya,
Yarrawonga, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gorman--a daughter (Patricia Mary). Both well.
HARRIDGE (nee Smitheram).-On the 11th De
cember, 1917, at "Glenarm," Kerang, to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Harridge--a daughter (Betty Denese).
HINDSON.—On the 1st January, at Gartriff, Colac, the wife of J. Henty Hindson—a daughter.
HODDLE.-On the 22nd November, at "Narrina," Sutherland road, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoddle, "Sarce," Caulfield--a daughter.
JAMES (nee Olive Hellings).-On the 2nd January,
at Nurse William's private hospital, Bairnsdale, the wife of E. Dudley James - a daughter (Valerie
JAQUES (nee Muriel Young).-On the 25th Decem
ber, at "Kalimna," Dandenong road, East Caul field, the wife of Captain Geo. A. Jaques--a son.
JENKINSON.-On the 1st December, 1917, to Mr.
and Mrs. M. V. Jenkinson, 228 Prospect Hill road, Surrey Hills--a daughter (Yvonne Alice).
KELLEY (nee Claudine Lockington).-On the 29th
December, at St. Pancras private hospital, Frankston, the wife of A. G. Kelley (Adelaide)-- s son (Kingsly Lockington).
KERR.-On the 21st December, 1917, at Berwick
private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Kerr, of
"Crail," Beaconsfield Upper--a daughter (Pat ricia Buchanan). KIRKLAND.-On the 1st January, at Nurse Wig
ley's private hospital, Kensington, to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kirkland, of 34A York street, St.
Kilda-a son (Alexander John).
LANDAU.-On the 26th December, 1917, at "Han
chen Ville," 285 Station street, North Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Landau--a daughter (Lorna).
LEECH.-On the 26th December, at 'Melrose,''
Domain road, South Yarra, the wife of William Wigmore Leech-a daughter.
LETTS.- On the 23rd December, at Nurse Heard's
private hospital, Footscray, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Melville Letts--a daughter (Jean Emily). Both
LLOYD-On the 3rd January, 1918, at Nurse
Pestell's private hospital, Kyneton,to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lloyd, Deniliquin, N.S.W. -a son.
LYNDON (nee Elsie Johns).--On the 15th Decem
ber, at Sister MacGillivray's private hospital, Maffra,the wife of S. R. Lyndon-a daughter.
MACKINTOSH.- On the 28th December, 1917, at
"Coniston," Green street, East St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mackintosh--a daughter.
MACMILLAN (Dorothy Oldfield).-On the 23rd De
cember, 1917, at "Cambria," Grassmere road,
Neutral Bay, Sydney, the wife of Donald C. Mac millan--a daughter (Doreen Jean).
MAUGER.-On the 25th December, at Bethesda
private hospital, Richmond, to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mauger-a daughter (Beryl Noel). McDONALD (nee Bowler).-On the 30th Decem
ber, 1917, at private hospital, E. St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, Inkerman road, E. St. Kilda--a daughter (Abigail).
MILLAR.-On the 28th December, at Bella Vista,
Glentilt road, East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Millar-a son Both well.
MYERS.-On the 27th November, at Rockston,
Sunshine, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Myers--a son (Donald
OLDRIDGE (nee Bessie Yandell). -On the 29th De
cember, at "Edlington," Auburn road, Auburn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Oldridge-a daughter.
PANELLI.-On the 27th December, at St. George's
private hospital, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Panelli, "Viewmount," Doncaster road, Balwyn-- a daughter.
SHERIDAN.- On the 31st December, at Nurse McKinnon's hospital, Bendigo, to Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Sheridan--a son (Robert Henry). SUTCLIFFE (nee Chrissie Meier).-On the 30th December, 1917, at 73 Francis street, Ascotvale,
to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sutcliffe--a son (Edward
THOMAS.--(Ethelen Tregcar, Nurse Ethel).-On the 19th November, 1917, at "Roskcar," Loch street, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. (Charl.) Thomas--a son.
WHITCHURCH (nee Minnie Webb).-On the 26th
December, at "Harrisville," private hospital, Northcote, to Mr and Mrs. W. H. Whitchurch,
"Kingswood," Mitchell street, Northcote--a daughter (Edna Mavis).
WILLIAMS.-On the 28th December, at St. An
drew's, Middle Brighton, wife of Hermann H. Williams--a daughter.
WILSON.-On the 23rd December, at Weeroona pri vate hospital, Bryson street, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Wilson, "Hilberton," Mont
Albert road, Surrey Hills--a son (Cecil Herbert). Both well.
APPLEFORD- COOKE. -On the 24th November,
1917, at "Alma," Rose street, Armadale, by the Rev. F. W. Boreham, Reginald Whitely, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Appleford,
of East Malvern, to Vera Young, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradley Cooke, of Armadale. At home "Luana," Crotonhurst avenue, Caul-
field, January 31 and February 1, afternoon and evening.
CROSS- WILLMOTT.- On the 1st of December, at
Methodist Church, Nicholson street, North Fitz- roy, by Rev. C. W. Atkinson, M.A., James J.,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Cross, Homebush, to Hilda C., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Willmott, North Carlton, formerly of St. Arnaud,
(Present address, Dunn street, Wonthaggi.)
DAY-RATTENBURY.--On the 8th December,
1917, at Albert street Baptist Church, East
Melbourne, by the Rev. Edward Isaac, Matthew Fred, only son of Mrs. Day and the late Fred.
Day, of 2 Garden street, Williamstown, to Wini fred, only daughter of Mr. R. Rattenbury and the late Elizabeth rattenbury, of Racecourse, Williamstown. Present address, Ailsa grove, Ivanhoe. DEAKIN--SEWELL-STRACHAN.-On the 17th No
vember, 1917, at Scots church, Ballarat, by the
Rev. A. H. Moore, B.A., William Andrew, second son of Mrs. T. H. Deakin, of Fairfield, to Ruby Evangeline, eldest daughter of the late Mr. C. L. N. Sewell, and Mrs. W. A. Sewell, of Bal
larat, formerly of Box Hill.
DEAN-BARR.-On the 7th November, at the
Presbyterian Manse, Brunswick, by the Rev.
Crockett, Marcus Arthur (late 60th Battalion), second son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Dean, Echuca, to Mabel Jeanette, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Barr, Davison street, Brunswick. Present address, Seymour.
GRANO-WHITE.-On the 26th December, at El
sternwick, by the Rev. Father Collins, George Albert O'Reilly, son of Mrs. Lucinda Grano, Broadway, St. Kilda, and the late G. W. H.
Grano, of Ararat, to Cecelia Mary, fourth daugh ter of Mrs. Catherine White, "Allowah," Stani
land grove, Elsternwick, and the late P. White, of Ballarat.
GULLIVER-HOWARD.-On the 17th December, 1917, at Holy Trinity Church, Balaclava, by the Rev. F. Masters, Gordon E. F., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gulliver, of "Arcadia,"
Bambra road, Caulfield, to Elsie May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Howard, of
Whitehall street, Footscray. (Tasmanian papers please copy.)
GUNN-MAYO.- [Silver Wedding.]-On the 29th December, 1892, Alexander McAlpine Gunn, of Thorpdale, to Emeline, second daughter of the late George Mayo, of Childers.
HAMILTON—CRANE.—On the 8th December, 1917,
at Moonee Ponds, by the Rev. W. Fraser, Henry Hamilton (late of Fairfield) to Marie Louise Crane. Present address, "Senga," Taylor street,
INGLIS-PETRIE.-On the 15th December, 1917,
at Clifton Hill, by J. H. Marshall, B.A., George M. Inglis, second son of A. Knox Inglis, to Catherine A. Petrie (Kitty), elder daughter of Mrs. Petrie and late J. H. Petrie, Mitford street, St. Kilda.
JOHNSON-HARDING.-On the 30th November,
1917, at Holy Trinity Church, Oakleigh, by Rev. M. J. B. Bennett, B.A., B.D. (cousin of the bride), William Harold, second son of Edwin J. and Mrs. Johnson, Armadale (late of Omeo), to Dulcie Isabinda, younger daughter of Lieut.- Colonel and Mrs. Harding, "Helensburgh," Brookville road, Toorak. Present address, Glen Iris road, Glen Iris.
McNABB-LITHGOW.- On the 29th November, at
the Presbyterian Church, Brunswick, by the Rev. A. Crockett, David Charles, second youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. McNabb, of Hazelwood Park, Morwell, to Hilda May, of Spring Hill, Yering, youngest daughter of the late John and Susan Lithgow, of Carlton.
MOYES-BREWER.—On the 29th November, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. H. Marshall, William John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moyes, of "Clairdale," Neerim South, to Hilda Elizabeth, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brewer, of "Otaio,"
Gatehouse street, Parkville. Present address, "Clairdale," Neerim South, Gippsland, Victoria.
NOBLE-McCALLUM.-On the 1st December, at St.
Columb's Church, Hawthorn, by the Rev. Scho field, William Charles Noble, only son of Mr. Wm. Noble, Rathmines road, Auburn, to Mary Elizabeth(May), daughter of S. Fred McCallum, 63 Auburn road, Auburn. At home at 351 Riversdale road, Auburn, between 3 p.m. and 5 o'clock, on the 19th January.
ROGERS—CLIFF.—On the 21st November, 1917, at
St. Bartholomew’s Church of England, Burnley, by Rev. H. Rust, Albert, eldest son of Mrs. Rogers, Burnley, and the late T. Rogers, to Clara May (Cissie), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Cliff, Richmond. Present address, Glen street, Glenferrie.
ROGERS-NUGENT.-On the 8th December, 1917,
at our Lady Help of Christians Church, Fitzroy, by the Rev. Father J. Klug, Lionel Vivian, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rogers, of Ballarat North, to
Eileen Gladys, eldest daughter of the late Mr. M. Nugent and Mrs. W. Hammond, of East Bruns- wick.
ROSS-ANDREWS.-On the 5th December, 1917, at
Scots Church, Melbourne, by Rev. Dr. Marshall, George Clarence, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Rosedale, to Ruby Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Andrews, Orbost.
SMITH-McDONNELL.- On the 8th December, at
St. Luke's Church of England, South Melbourne, Florence May, only daughter of Mrs. A. McDon- nell, 51 Eastern road, to John Charles Poole Smith, eldest son of Mr. J. C. P. Smith, 242 Richardson street, Middle Park.
SPARKS-HAMILTON. - On the 27th November,
1917, by the Rev. A. Eunson, Horace James Sparks (late A.I.F.), to Margaret Irene Hamil ton, eldest daughter of the late Andrew Hamil- ton, Llowalong, Stratford.
TWAITS-HUMPHREY.-On the 3rd November,
1917, at St. Anne's Church, Wandsworth, Eng land, by the Rev. B. Wilson-Oliver, Lieutenant Duncan Ralph Twaits, 5th Battalion, A.I.F, abroad, only son of Mr. Duncan Twaits, post master, Benalla, to Helena Lilian, daughter of Mr. George Humphrey, Manor Park, Essex, Eng land. WATT-BROWNLOW.-On the 14th November,
1917, at Shenton Methodist Church, Gee- long, by Rev. H. Williams, Herbert James Watt, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Watt, of 231 Malop street, Geelong, to Ruby Florence Brownlow, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Brownlow, of 14 Sydney Avenue, Geelong. Present address, 279 Paking ton street, Newtown, Geelong.
WEBSTER-STEWART.-On the 21st November,
1917, at Scots Church, Collins street, by the Rev. Dr. Alexander Marshall, the Rev. Norman Douglas Webster, B.A., only son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webster, Glandore, Turnbull street, Eagle hawk, to Mailie M. Stewart, youngest daughter of Mr. John Stewart, Stirling, Creswick road, Ballarat. Present address, The Manse, Morning ton. At home Wednesday and Thursday, January
9 and 10.
WHITE-COOPER.- On the 24th November (by
special license), at St. Augustine's Church of England, Brunswick, by Rev. Crotty, Edward James, eldest son of Mrs. G. Dunbar (and the late E. J. White, Beaufort), to Ada Alma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooper, Burnell street, West Brunswick. (Present address: 34 Ingles street, Port Melbourne.)
DIED ON SERVICE .
BELL.-On the 27th December, 1917, died of
wounds in France, Captain John Bell, R.F.C., aged 31 years, second son of Mrs. A. C. Bell
and late John Bell, formerly of Lunan, Geelong. BOWEN.-On the 13th December, 1917, from
wounds received in France, Gunner Francis Pat- rick Bowen, dearly beloved youngest son of Pat- rick Bowen, of Terang, and brother of May, Jack (late A.I.F.), and Maggie (Mrs. McGrath), after two years of active service; late of Victorian and New South Wales railways. Sydney papers please copy. R.I.P. CHENERY.- Killed in action, 25th July, 1916
(previously reported missing), Corporal John Chenery, loved son of Mrs. M. B. Chenery, of Barkly street, St. Kilda, and of the late A. G. Chenery, of Kanumbra Estate, Kanumbra; loved brother of Sergt. A. G. Chenery (on active ser- vice) and A. H. and G. F. Chenery.
COSGROVE.- Died of wounds received in France
on the 20th September, Harold John, dearly
beloved only son of J. and B. Cosgrove, Welling- ton road, Launceston ; late of staff Common- wealth Bank, Collins street, Melbourne; aged 23 years. R.I.P.
ERRINGTON.-Private W. R. Errington, 5th Bat-
talion, at Pozieres, 25th July 1916, previously, reported missing.
Duty called him, he was there,
To do his bit, and take a share ;
His heart was good, his spirit brave,
His resting place a soldier's grave. Duty noblydone.
-(Inserted by his loving sister, M. Lauder, Stawell.)
GENT. - On the 13th December, 1917, died of
burns at 35th Casualty Clearing Station, Palestine, 1st Air Mechanic Clarence L. Gent, aged 26 years, dearly beloved fourth son of Samuel and Eleanor Gent, and brother of Claud, Percy, Harold (on active service), Muriel, Mrs. Winter, Eric, Lionel, 19 Knowles street, South North- cote. (Late of Shepparton.) HOBBS.- On the 15th December, 1917, at Papawai
Military Camp, New Zealand, Corporal Percy Syl- vester Hobbs, loving brother of Enid and Una, dearly loved son of E. A. and the late J. E. C. Hobbs, "Larnook," Orrong road, Armadale, aged 20 years. JOHNSON.- A tribute of loving affection to the
memory of our dear friend and pal, Captain Norman Lloyd Johnson, M.C., (died of wounds in France.
"Our loving Norm."
-(Inserted by Mrs. Meyers and family,)
LAYTON.- Officially reported killed in action,
August 26, 1916 (previously reported missing), Lance-Corporal T. C. L. Layton, dearly loved second son of R. L. Layton, Fiji (late of Briagolang).
McINTOSH.-Killed in action, on 3rd December,
1917, Lance-Corporal Harold W. McIntosh, third
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. McIntosh, of Lance-
field, in his 24th year. N.S.W. papers please copy.
MEGGS.-Killed in action, 30th November, 1917,
Sergt. Roy John, fourth son of John and Cam- bria Meggs, Williamstown Rifle Ranges, late of Adelaide and Elwood, aged 22 years 5 months.
Pro Rex ex patria.
MEREWEATHER.- Gunner Frank, died of gunshot wounds, November 1, 1917.
And how can man die better than facing
-(Inserted by his loving cousin, Florrie Hobson.) MORGAN. -Officially reported killed in action,
France, October 4, Lance-Corporal Weldon J. Morgan, 6th Battalion, dearly loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morgan, 11 Robb street,
Essendon; brother of Marianne (Mrs. J. Jen- nings), Winnifred, Cecil (7th Battalion), Leslie (8th Battalion, just returned), Ernest (7th Bat- talion, on active service).
One of Australia's Anzac heroes.
MOTT.-Drowned in his aeroplane at sea in a fog
off Scotland on Christmas Eve, 1917, after active service since the declaration of war, Lieut. Arthur E. P. Mott, Australian Flying Corps, fifth son (all on service ) of Mrs. E. Mott, 73 Salisbury street, Moonee Ponds; beloved younger brother of Sister Lillie, Bendigo Rescue Home; aged 22 years.
After a blameless life he died on duty.
(English papers please copy.)
OATES.— Officially reported killed in action,
the 16th April, 1917, Private Clarence Hubert Oates, of the 11th Battalion A.I.F., loved brother of T. Gilbert (Terang), Rev. J. W. P. (Bel- mont), Evelyn B., Florence I., H. Stanley, and Doris L.; loved third son of Thomas Oates, of "Como," Hartington street, Elsternwick, for- merly of the Education department ; aged 31 years
and 1 month.
POWER.- Killed in action, somewhere in France,
4th October, 1917, Eric Vivian, youngest son of Herbert and Constance Mary Power.
SANDY.-Died of injuries while in action in
France, on the 18th December, 1917, Flight- Lieutenant J. Lionel, of the Australian Flying Corps, beloved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Montague Sandy, "Blenheim," Burwood, N.S.W., aged 32 years.
SHAW.-Killed in action, France, 12th October,
1917, Lieutenant Frank Shaw, elder son of the late George Shaw (superintendent of police) and Minnie, loved brother of Mildred, Lydia, Bessie, Dorothy, Ralph (A.I.F.), and Hilda, of 33 Osborne avenue, East Malvern, aged 23 years and 1 week.
Our Anzac. DEATHS.
ANSWER.- On the 28th December, at her resi
dence, Upper Hospital Creek, Mary Ann, beloved wife of George Answer, aged 73 years.
BLAZEY.-On the 3rd January, at "Emernie," 3
Horne-street, Elsternwick, Ernest Charles (late superintendent goods train service, Vic. Rlys.), beloved husband of Emma, and father of Mrs.
O. R. Scale (Cathkin), Clement and Dudley (both A.I.F. abroad), aged 54. (Privately in
I Cullrd home from those lie den
To gain a «lonou« life above.
BOWEN.-On the 3rd January, result of accident,
William J. Bowen, loved husband of Georgina
Bowen, aged 55 years, late of Beechworth.
BUTTERWORTH. -On the 4th January, 1918 (sud
denly), at Melbourne, George Augustus Butter worth, beloved husband of Bertha Butterworth, of Dumbalk, aged 35 years.
Beloved by all.
CAPEWELL.-On the 4th January, 1918, at 6 Rua
bon road, Toorak, William Capewell, beloved
husband of Mary S. Capewell, and loved father of Tom, Will (on active service), George, Edith, and Blanche, late of Bendigo. A colonist of 64?
DEATHS. CLARKE.—On the 3rd January, at Geelong,
Richard Clarke, revered father of A. R. and H.
J. Clarke, Mrs. H. G. Roebuck, Mrs. (Dr.) Pacey, Mrs. A. J. Young, and Mrs. E. H. Price, in his 91st year. A colonist of 66 years standing.
COYLE.—On the 27th December, 1917, at the resi-
dence of her niece, Mrs. William Manley, Foun- tain Inn, Bay street, Port Melbourne, Mary Teresa, relict of the late John Coyle, Albert
Park. (Private interment.)
CURLEY. -On the 2nd January, Catherine, dearly
loved daughter of Bridget and the late John Curley, and loved sister of May. (Interred January 3.) R.I.P.
CUST.-On the 31st December, at Portland (sud-
denly), Inez Josephine, beloved youngest daugh ter of Ernest A. and L. Cust, Hopetoun, aged 5 years (acute peritonitis).
DAVIE.-On the 17th December, 1917, passed away
at sea, Archibald H. Davie, beloved brother of Mrs. Sharp and Mrs. Giles, of Melbourne, and Mrs Gillis and Mr William Davie, Scotland. (Interred at Cape Town on December 19, 1917).
"Until the day breaks."
EVANS.-On the 24th December, at her son in.
law's residence, "Yamashiro," 30 Park street, Parkville, Mary Jane, relict of the late Martin R. Evans, aged 87 years. (Interred privately at
EVANS.-On the 30th December, 1917, at Piggo-
rect, Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Alex andrina Evans, aged 82 years. (Interred Bal larat New Cemetery, Jan. 1, 1918.)
GALBRAITH.- On the 1st January, at Red Hill,
South Australia, George Cuthbertson, son of the late G. G. Galbraith, Ararat, beloved brother of Mrs. C. Jacobs, Mrs. S. Arthur, Mrs. W. Arthur, Mrs. Davenport, Mrs. G. Pope, Mrs. J. Parkin; two years' active service A.I.F.
GILL.-On the 2nd January, at Canterbury road,
Middle Park, the beloved mother of Thomas Gill, "Trevallyn," Burke road, East Malvern.
GILL.-On the 2nd January, at her residence, 115
Canterbury road, Middle Park, Margaret, relict of the late James Gill, late of South Melbourne. R.I.P. (Private interment.)
GRIFFIN.-On the 2nd January, at her mother's
residence, Lavery street, Benalla, Emily Jane, dearly loved youngest daughter of Mrs. Bagnell, loved sister of Mary and Charlie (A.I.F., on active service), loved niece of C. Ellens (Benalla).
Peace, perfect peace.
GRIFFITHS.-On the 3rd January, at his residence,
Raglan parade, Warrnambool, Andrew Griffiths, relict of the late Hannah Griffiths, loved father of Mrs. C. H. Ballard, Mrs. T. Kingstone, John, Harry, and Essyllt Griffiths, aged 88. Native of North Wales. A colonist of 64 years.
GRIFFITHS.-On the 1st January, 1918, Ellen,
dearly beloved wife of Alfred Griffiths, Ferndell, Foster, mother of late Private Alfred (killed in action), Alex, Leslie, John, and Talbot (on active service), Nellie, Jean, Kathleen, aged 52 years. HARALDSON.-On the 30th December, at Wero
nora River, N S.W., John P. Haraldson, of Har bour street, Mosman, Sydney, and late of Oak- leigh, Victoria.
Rest in peace.
HATTON.-In kindly memory of our young friend,
Maurice L. Hatton (of Tresco), who died on the 26th December, 1917, in Melbourne.
"Respected and esteemed by all who knew him." -(Inserted by a few of his many friends.)
KELLY.-On the 4th January, at "Mount Vernon,"
Berkley street, Carlton, Elizabeth, second daughter of the late John and Ann Jane Kelly, and the dearly beloved sister of Mrs S. Scott, Robert Kelly, Mrs. S. Williamson, John Henry, and Arthur Peter Kelly; also beloved aunt of Mrs. H. Jeanerett, James and Alice Williamson, and Mrs. McGowan. (Private interment.) R.I.P. KELLY.- On the 3rd January, at Marinook private
hospital, Mary Denise, dearly loved only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kelly, "The Priory," 30 Ross street south, Northcote, and loving sister of Willie and Jack, aged 5 years. (Private in- terment, 4th January.) R.I.P.
LAWES.-On the 23rd December (suddenly), at his
residence, Berringa, William Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Laura Lucy Lawes, aged 59 years.
Thy will be done.
LUKIS.-On the 21st October, 1917, at Simla,
India, Surgeon-General Sir Pardey Lukis, direc tor-general of the Indian medical service, loved husband of Lilian Lukis, and nephew of the late Dr. C. Pardey, Southampton, England, and W. E. Pardey, Geelong, Victoria.
MacMAHON.~-On the 31st December, passed peace
fully away, at his parents' residence, Flower street, Essendon, Francis Gerald, beloved elder son of W. C. and M. T. MacMahon, brother of W. J., husband of E. A., and father of little Eileen, aged 29 years.
A long and patient sufferer.
-(Interred privately, Fawkner Cemetery,
MELLERICK.-On the 2nd January, at "Noorilim
Park," Arcadia, Catherine, dearly beloved daugh ter of Catherine, and affectionate sister of Mary, Jim, Mrs. Murphy (Queensland), and Tom. R.I.P.
MICKLE.—On the 3rd of January, at "Illira,"
Marine parade, St. Kilda, David Mickle, aged 73
years. (Privately interred 4th January).
MONDS.-On the 28th December (suddenly), wife
of late James Monds, of "Erinvale," Glenmaggie, and loving mother of Mary, Charlie, late Annie,
Alice, Maggie, Edward, Wallace, William, James, Ettie, and Harry (on active service), aged 69
Passed peacefully away.
NEALE.-On the 3rd January, Ellen, relict of the
late Anthony Neale, of 93 Wellington st., St. Kilda, aged 86 years. (Private funeral.)
NOLAN-On the 1st January, 1918, at private hos-
pital, Yackandandah, Susan Ann, beloved wife of John Nolan, formerly of Boort and Gippsland, and loved mother of Barbara, Hector, Harold,
Talbot,and Jack, aged 48 years. (Privately in terred 2nd January.)
PRENDER.-On the 3rd January, at Barker's road,
Kew, Elizabeth, loved mother of the late Henry John Prender, of Richmond, and grandmother of Mabel and Emily Prender and Mrs. L. Parry.
ROBERTS.-On the 2nd January, at her late resi
dence, 6 Martin street, South Melbourne, Frances, beloved wife of Hugh Roberts, loving mother of 'Tom, Mat (on active service), Percy, and Alice,
and twin sister of Annie (Mrs. C. Terry), and grandmother of Gil and Paul, aged 75 years. (Interred privately, Brighton Cemetery, 3rd
ROHNER.-On thE 31st December, 1917, at 38
Lewisham road, Windsor, Margaret E., relict of the late. Dr. Charles William Rohner, aged 77 years. (Interred privately in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew, on 2nd January.)
RULE.-On the 29th December, at 73 Raleigh street, Northcote, Henry, beloved husband of the late Catherine Rule, of Preston, and father
of Thomas, John, Mrs. J. Trewella, Mrs. Cramp ton, Mrs. C. J. Watson, aged 87 years.
SHELLEY.-On the 22nd December, at Ballarat,
Alice Mary (Tot), dearly beloved wife of J. J. Shelley, Lydiard street, Ballarat ; mother of Jackie and Mary; daughter of the late M. J. and K. W. Dwyer, 46 Millswyn street, South Yarra
(formerly of Winchelsea); also loved sister of Peggie, Ern, Jack, Leo (killed in action), Gerald (wounded), and Eric (returned), aged 30 years. R.I.P.
SMITH.-On the 18th December, 1917, at her resi-
dence, "Fernleigh," Wimmera street, Stawell, Annie Smith, relict of the late Peter Smith, Maldon, beloved sister of the late Mrs. John Beaglehole, and beloved aunt of Mary and Annie Beaglehole. (A colonist of 58 years.)
SUGDEN.-On the 31st December (suddenly),
Robert J., the beloved husband of Eliza K. Sug den, "Argyle," Spencer street, St. Kilda, aged 71 years. (Privately interred 2nd January.)
TOBIAS.-On the 30th December, 1917, at Kia-Ora,
Queenscliff, Reuben, the dearly loved father of Mrs. Zula, Mrs. Patching, Reuben, Rebe, and Lilla. M.H.S. R.I.P.
VEAL.-On the 1st January, 1918, at 72 Rowan
street, Bendigo, James B. Veal, dearly loved hus band of Florence, and loving father of Leslie and late Pte. Norman Joseph (killed on active ser- vice), aged 51 years.
VIRTUE.-On the 4th January, 1918, at her resi-
dence, 30 Blanch street, Brighton, Mary Ann, relict of the late John Virtue, aged 82 years.
"Passed peacefully away."
WATT.-On the 31st December, 1917, at his resi
dence, Glenmore crescent, Black Rock, Colin Arnott Watt, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Watt, and loving father of Colin, David, John, Cunningham, Alexander, and Robert, also the late James, Joseph, Bernard, and Margaret, late of Leongatha and Middle Park, aged 88 years and 11 months.
WILLIAMSON.-On the 31st December, at Mans
field (of pneumonia), Alice, dearly beloved wife of Herbert Williamson, mother of Amy, Herbert, Nancy, and Noel. (New Zealand papers please
WILSON. -On the 3rd January, at 20 Burchett
street, Brunswick, Samuel (late of Chewton), dearly loved husband of Isabella Wilson, father of Charles, Aleck, Arthur, Lily, Olive, and Mrs. Trahair, aged 77 years. (Interred privately.)
WILSON.-On the 4th January, 1918, at her late
residence, Powell street, Yarraville, Mary, the dearly beloved wife of Frank Wilson, No. 397 Spencer street, Melbourne, beloved mother of William, Albert, Mrs. L. Temple, Mrs. W. T. Marsh, Mrs. H. Stone, and beloved sister of George and Arthur Andrews, Mrs. H. Cariss, Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs. W. Hale, and Mrs. G. Howes, aged 63 years 11 months.
Passed peacefully away.
YOUNG.-On the 28th December, at her residence,
"Montrose," Maude street, Shepparton, Helen, the dearly beloved wife of the late Mr. H. Young, and loving mother of Frank, Percy, Jack, Stan- ley, Cecil, Ethel, Stella, Mabel, and Flossie, aged
Nut hi this wini) woild of ours
Can perfect rrst be fourd:
Thorns ¡ningle with its fairest flowers,
Even in cultured ground;
In heaven alone can perfect rest be found. YOUNG.-On the 31st December, 1917, (suddenly),
at Adelaide, Charles John, beloved husband of Ida Young, dearly loved brother of Mrs W. Young (Dundee), Mrs. F. Morrow, Hector, and Albert (A.I.F. abroad), aged 47 years.
On Active Service.
DAVIES.-A tribute of love to the memory of
Driver H. V. Davies, who died of wounds in London, 6th January, 1917.
There is a link death cannot sever: Loving remembrance lasts for ever.
-(lnserted by his loving fiancee, Lily Tait, Foots-
GIBSON. -In loving memory of my dear friend,
William Robert Gibson, killed in action, France,
January 5, 1917.
He responded to his country's call; He gave his life, he gave his all.
His flght he fought, and stood the test.
We will always remember as one of the best. -(Inserted bv Emily Pott.)
On Active Service.
MILLAR. - In kind remembrance of our dear friend, Edwin A. Millar, of Camperdown, who died on
active service on the 4th January, 1917, some-
where in France.
-Inserted by Nellie Warne and L. G. Peter,
MOOREHEAD. -In loving memory of Ernie, died
of wounds in France on 4th January, 1917.
-(Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in- law, Florence and George Taylor.)
SIMPSON. -In loving memory of Lieutenant Fred-
rick Norman Simpson, 3rd Aust. Pioneers, killed in action, somewhere in France, December 28, 1916, second son of John and Emma Simpson,
"Soloms," Bacchus Marsh, brother of Mrs. Wills, Mrs. F. C. Pearce, Dulcie, John, Herbert, and
"Thy will be done."
We wish those, his self-made friends,
Who, with deep regret, know he is dead,
Will visit us and keep up true friendship In memory of dearly beloved Fred. -(Inserted by his parents. )
SIMPSON. -In loving memory of our dear brother,
Lieut. F. N. Simpson (Fred), killed in action, in France, December 28, 1916.
Deeply mourned and sadly missed.
-(Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Pearce. )
SIMPSON. -In loving memoryof our dear nephew
and cousin, Lieut. F. N. Simpson (Fred), killed in action, somewhere in France, 28th December,
"Thy will be done."
- (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Simpson and family, Kentville, Bacchus Marsh. )
SIMPSON.-In loving remembrance of Lieut. F. N.
Simspon (Fred), of Bacchus Marsh, killed in action, somewhere in France, December 28, 1916. Much loved friend of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lord and family, Malvern.
One of the best.
STEELE. -In loving memory of Lieutenant Rupert
Steele, who died of wounds in France, January 8, 1917. (Inserted by his friend, F. Laird, with
WAYNE. -In kindly remembrance of my friend,
George Charles Wayne, Lieut. R.N.R., who died
December 30, 1917.
"Flecti non frangi." -(Inserted by M.S.)
WREN. -In loving memory of my dear husband,
Private Frank R. Wren, who died of illness at Fargo Military Hospital, England, on 6th January, 1917, loving father of Stewart and Norman.
No one loved was by his side
To hear his faint last sigh,
To whisper just one loving word
Before he closed his eyes.
-(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
ANDERSON. -A tribute to thcWmory of our late .shopmntc ( I (Charlln) Anderson, late of 28
\rdocli slrmt rj."cndoii, who pissed away on Deeimber27 1017 (Inserted by the employees or Willis and Son«, jnellcrs, I title Collins st , eltv ) BEAZLEY.-In Invine memor} of our dear brother,
Willhm Oorgc who died result of accident, at Butler's Hill, nth lanuar}, 1010
Do ive foreel, nil, no
1 or meinoii « (tolden chain
Will always link our hearts with lils
Until lit meet again
-(Inserted by lils loving sisters )
BEAZLEY.—In loving memory of Will, killed at
Rucker's Hill, Northcote, on the 6th January,
-(Inserted by his sorrow wife, E. J. Beazley,
BUTLER.-In loving memory of my dear wife
and nur toi tug mother, who passed away on the
Olli lanuarj, 1010
We think we sec her dear, kind face, -
Although eight }cars baie pissed, lor in our memor} still she lives,
\ml witt until the last
-(Inserted by her loving husband and famlli )
GIBSON. -In loving memory of our brother, Sapper Will R. Gibson, killed in action somewhere in
France, January 5, 1917, after 15 months' active
He fought and died for his country, and nobly sacrificed his life for all those he so greatly loved.
-(Inserted by J. S. and T. E. G. )
HEARNES. -In fond and loving memory of my dear
son and brother, Arthur Patrick (bon), »ho died at Ballarat, Januorv 0, 10] >
Si sadly missed
- (Inserted bl loi Ing mother, sister, and
HOSSACK. -In loving memory of Belle, who was
draw neil-at Cowes tanuary 0 1015
A lift made »eautirul bv kindlv deeds,
A gérerons heart nu! hand for sorrow s needs, V smile that i hastened grief |iy Its warm flow, K tear not for tier own, but oilier s woe .-fHllboliinlUi ) ' ^
JAMES. -In sad and loving memory of our darling
daughter, Hilda Muj, »lio died at Hepburn, Daylesford, on the fth Jauturv, 1010
badi} missed ^
ion arc tilwass in our tbou(liU, dear Hilda,
it H s^vect to spud lour name In life no loved von deirlv,
lu death vve do the same \ vision comes before us
fao fond *o pure, Éo sweet Of one whose lips- arc silent
W hose true heart has ecust 1 to bent
-(Inserted li} her loving parents, J C and > t James, 74 Challes street, 1 itrroy )
JAMES. -In sad and loving memory of my dear and
out} sister, Hilda May, llho diet nt Hepburn, Daylesford, on Hie 0th lunuur}, 1010
i M itli Christ, which is fur better
God called her limne, it was, lils ivill, Bul in our hearts she's living still, But mcniori is us dear to di}
As lil the hour she passed anal
-(Inserted hi capper trank L. James, on activt
sen ice )
LAHIFF.- In itfomori of my dear Bister Delia, who
died at ttlchmontl on the 5th Januar}, 1017
Best In peace -- -(Inserteil bl Muggie hell} )
LEVEY.-In loving memorv of our dear mother,
Berlin I tie}, who passed una«, on the nth Juiunr}, 1017 '
Gone, Lui not forgotten < -(Inserted b} I , L , C, and \ Icie} )
MILLETT. - In loving mentor} of Unhid, Septimus
Millett, lol ing husband of Rebecca KVanees Mil
lett and beloved f ither of Charles (late VII.), 1 iortnec, Gertrude, Lilwin, und Hugh (on act've tenice), and Man, who departed this life on tumiiir} 7, 1017, in b13 04th }car
liiousli los,t to sight, to memor} ever dear ' Tu u beautiful life carne a peaceful end,
tor he died as he Hied, with God as lils friend None in this world can lill Ids place,
Deep In our henri» lils denr memor} 's encased A life madc~be Hltiful by kindly deeds
V r,cncroua heirt apd hand for sorrow's, needs, A smile that ebnatenci (.ric! bi its warm flow, A (cat not for his own, bul others woe,
A presence mat mg sunshine wiiere- lie trod, Glad with the happs, icsting with tils God -(Inserted by tua loving wife and fumtlv )
MORELL.-In loving memory of our darling
mottitr, lune Matilda Morel!, lilla fell asleep
Januar; ii, 1012
Miehorcil li} love, death cannot sever, ' We still tad]} miss you und will for ever Some da}, sonic time, our eyes shall sec lour dear fote we hold in mernoo
-(Inserted b} her toting daughters P Brown, B J icobscn, I j Began, s liolln'on )
Dealest grandma, }on ate not forgotten,
As it dawns' another }car
lu our lonclv hoiui o( ihinkin^
thoughts of }ou arc alitais dear
-(Lome Jacobscn and Jack Began, on nettle sen iel r ranee ) -
MURRAY. -In loving memory of my beloved friend,
husband, Join Murra} (detective), also dcioted father of little bileen, who died on Jantnr} 0,
May his soul rest in peate
MURRAY.-In loving memory of our dear b'other
in lau, Dctcctite lohn 31urra}, it ho died on the util Januar}, 1117
Mu} his toni rest in peace
-(Inserted bt^Mr und Mrs John Dalton, \pollo Inn, Bussell street Melbourne )
NEVILLE. -In loving memory of my dearest friend,
J meats W ilKin Jictillc, who was catted to u higher lue on Januar} 5 wiri, at Cpwcs 1'htUip Island
I leam Us the scars roll onward,
And leave the Past behind, *." Dint much I had counted corrow Uni} proies thal God is kind
rimt maní i How er 1 lind longed for
lind hidden ii thom of piin
\nd mull} a nig«,eil j utliviay (
Led to,Holds of ripened train -(His. fi lend, Olive Moy)
PEARSE. -In loving memory of our mother, Amelia
Pcanc, who jussed nwav at 'Devon Park, Don ut I, on ith lunitart, 1807
RAPKINS.- In loving memory of our dear mother,
1 li/a napkin«, who passed awi) ut her residence
Pollt|,illoe ' I hill.UM, lanuarj 6, 1917, aged
Tho' lost lo sight to memori dear -(Inserted bl her sons and daurhter* )
SINNOTT.-In ever loving memory of our dearly
toted son and brother, l-rle Dudln Sinnott, who vas drowned nt Hrikhton lunuir} (1, 1012
Ata Into Stell i Sinnott, who died at Queens lan I, I ebruan 14, 1917
-(Itiocrted I'} their párenla brothers, and sisters.)
SPALL.- In loving memory of our dear sister,
Nellie, who died suddenly at Barongarook, on 5th January, 1917.
-(Inserteil lu tier lotiir; brilhers uni sistei s )
STRACHAN. - In loving memory of our dear son
Norman, who lied lamían i 101 > result of
Intlln-at cident nee 1 IS i ears ata our darling , little (ollll who diel rl (Xtohor 1T7, age I JI
sndli nu s d
(In erli 1 hi their lovln" párenla, W and ( Strath in an 1 sjstus itisi I rot hers )
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of John H. Taylor,
leloted husband if lulli uni loied father <t lisletli lamtr,' uni Hertha lill) patted awai it «outli ^arra on Januai} , loin
TURNER.-In loving memory of my beloved wife
and oir dear mellier I limbeth who dcpaited this life at lie« on nth litnuuti, ion
A deiotcd wife nnd mothel
WOODBURN.-In loving memory of father and
mother ard the others who hale passed awai
Only farewell till ne meet in the Land o the
A I! IN-Mrs I P Alf \N and lumilt de Ire .»*- lo THINK tlnlr manv k ml Irlends Itr ii ii
IiMn» tile-uns« jiilflrral tribales in tlelnitin
iJ.l hi nat. nu tit r»pi ililli tlisiiking Mr. A. T.
Danks, doctors and nurses of M-lb irrae Hôpital 1er tltlr kind ultmt'oii Will friend pleis, a eept tils I mr lui , ran rill ii know Moment 1_ . xlwrP-Vi CllOI'P und lau ill de m to c," v> |ire,s llulr rillNK-s lo »lillies uni (ria s /or lotlets i ird' tclc-rinn- nid «ouers U,r 115 their titujt sitl bcriaiciiieut »71 Mt \Ii\nndir ni , Asuit,a)e
KIDM i.N -Mrs MUM W~atiJ "l'iíñllt-tender
THANK-, t 1 their many friends uni relames for tin tr kit 1 rxprtusiuns 01 svmiiafh}. eards
iel er. Iiltgrim atul rru-' tributts in their recent sad und sudden hertuicmctit in tilt loo ol hir di ir husband und Huir father: espitinll} thanking thiir kind iriintl anil étrangers wini cndeatouresl to - him on tin boich it (liclscu Will It
teept this brief hut grateful neknoiileiig 2 lfijirj. itrcct, Jil« ____
L INI -Mr I LINK inJ famlli desire to return
li eil slriere THANKS Kr khd ni regions of ipalhv Iv visits 1 Ulrs, trligr-ini', und lardi In tiuir mint sail be eaiuuint II Ciuilotlt »t ,
nisi \lr~ ROI I M ~i riâmill~dis'irT-ro lender Ihur sincere nntl lu irtfelt IIH.NKS Iheir lunn Irieuds ant rclitli.s for kind r\ .t-sions uf simpalhj, letters au 1 caid' in their
i I movement lhrou_li t'ie ti« ttt in action in Iranu of tluir 'tar top (.iinnir W I Itollt}
Hld »1rs IssTLI nisi 1 1
for kind exprès inns of s}mpithi In ilsltst letters lanls Itlegnu , ita llpv/eri, r it ived during their sad lirnitment \w tho tleitii ol their hilovcd daughter ii»! sistir Maikrc £0 freuen*} crescent,
MibcUord_ ?"I I It riiiif-JIrs I 1 \t> nu I 1 iiinili de ir to .irak pre, their sincere HUNKS to Illili 111 kinl friends for Hint tribut s Wilts lelcgrn
cards, in I I tters of simr-tith. III their 1 cuit sad and suddin here 11 ijilcní _J)i ii in uvenui, Mili uni.
MB DTMI I I MC, NUIHI ULAND nturm.
THINKS to his iiinili rous friends for kind expressions of stmpathy during his recent) sad btriuvenieut lloblnsoiis^road lliwthorn^_ »rit" ritniNloS, Sfí" n",i i.nnli o( Merci r
?c'l strebt, Quiinstlif, nut aim «c1) HI We theil mail} fritnds and telutiie» for kind e\pre» «lons of simpatlu, letter' md 1 in!» in fien «id btreaiimint, in tin sad lo s 1 f their dtir -nu anti brotlur. Printe Clurlea-1'c-i) lull Caithness, olllc'iilli reported killed in ailinn in the 11th April, 1017 _(__ MRS. A. HARGRAVE, of 13 Osbourne street, Wil-
liamstown, wishes to THANK her many kind friends for letters, cards, and telegrams of con- dolence, also her many kind neighbours for their untiring assistance, also the Rev. Mr. Lynch, and especially Dr. Jona for his kind and unremitting attention during her recent sad bereavement. MRS. WHATTY, Family, and Miss Bunsell,
desire to express their sincere THANKS to their many friends for floral tributes, visits, tele- grams, cards, and letters of sympathy in their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Roselle, Wal-
nut avenue, Mildura. MRS. H. FOSSETT and Sons THANK their many
friuid« for i} min till expresad in teltgi 1111s, letters und curd» during thur sad liereaiipient and e»peeiuil} til ink Dr McKeddie und Si-tcr Murph} for their uiirerrlittin ; cure and attention lo thejate H_J.oo-.ott__ M" HS BLAIR mid fipilli sushis, lo rllSNIv their
man} friends for iLslts telegrams, cat tis and cxprcs'ini s of sympiths In thtlr late sad bireatc ment in Hie loss ol sort und Ii other Satnutl P Blair 372 Ko s st, Jmrfji l'oit Mcllionrnt
PRODI -the Sons and Diughtcri of the lite Mi
1 PltOlT desire to ritiirn sinoco HUNKS for kind exire'slon« of simpath} bv visits, letters, tohirnins, and Itoral tributes in t'icir recent sad bereavement._
I ?»PICUP- Mrs ItHLIlI andluniilv tinder their
A. rintere THANKS to theil main' irlcnls und
relatives for the innis, letttrs, usiu., und tele grams of sunpatliy and condolióte uta to Hie nursing staff it the Alfnd Hospital, anti lo the undertnl cr, Mr 0 Prcuss, foi the t ill. lent manner in «hieb the funeral urrangemrnts were carried orjt_ IS Young__;' ,_Fitrn>}_,_
RUFFY - Mr H Ruffy and family of 'Wen
douree," 24 Bellaire avenue, Seddon, desire
lo tender their tienrtfelf Til \NkS to their ninni írtenos and rolatilcr for tiieir lind exprès ions of svnipathi, visits, letters* eirds, telegrams, and Uoral tributes rcceitcd jluring their recent sad licrcavelicnt, also specutll} thuntt Bel Mr Biigtin and Mr W Warne for theil untiring attention We lind it impossible to |ici<-jnill} lluliik all, and rcrpiest that all friends will uceert tills sincere Intimation at our prateftil fcelint, _ _ RiDPII- Mr and"Mr«. ' M RUHR and
1 Fnmll} uinil themfelics of this means to THANK nil their frirrds for Hu ir kind expressions of sympath} in tluir sad lierciiement in Hu loss of their dear ton, Major 10J W right street, Middle Pork. __ S ALM A\ - Mrs Siiltvuv nnd son desire to express
thtlr sinicic THINKS lo their mail} friends for \isits lettirs curds, and tht'r exprevoons of syrnpathl received on the death of her dear con, Pie William Salvtav, Np ill«, Sth Batt, «ho w is kilted ni Pas. chcndacle Rfde.c on 27t)i Ut tobar, 1017i ' St, Iic«,J_C*enlle rd , Binjiton _ CJMlTir-Mr and Mil W""SMITH and"Vamily de
IO sire lo 1 ii INK their main 1 ind friends an 1 relniiits for litters cards, visits, and telcjrranw ret cited during tiieir recent sad bernai oincnt in the death ut tluir titan} loied sort unit brother, Private William Leo Smith, Ulled in letton in I rim o on (re Sth October, 1B17> 103 Balkis street Carlton TOT' Relations" o( the late Captain *CII \HLFS
lOSLI'H OlllKR desire to express their Ap prcciation of the kimi attention shown to linn hv tho medical stuff, onlcrlits, matron, and liur-UR of the No 5 Australian General Hospita), St hilda rpad, anti also the medical staff and orderlies of the seimot r_Cump_ Till Sons and Daughters of the Into Matilda
Mell RAI 11 desire to exprcm tiieir most sin ctro rillMiS to tluir mini kind friends for litters, curds telegrams mut flor il tributes in their recent sad bereaiemenl ' Hlllburv,'' ¿tooroot
BATTALIA -Hie Mends of the late Mr CRISTI
RATT1LÎA aro rcspectfulli imito! to follow I Is remains to the pint of interment, the Kangaroo Ground Cemcten
Tlie funeral will Jeaie ids residence. Panton lilli, THIS DAY (Saturdai, Hie Sth inst ) at 1 pm punctuatl} (per motors)
BOWEN'-Hie friend, of the late Mr lllbl I'M
J BOW KV uro respectfully invited to follow lils remullía to (he place of Interment, the St Kilda
The funeral is appointed to mote from W G Apps and Sons priiate mortuary!. 301 High sf , St Kilda, THIS DAY (Satnnta}, 5th,Januar}, lots)
ut 2 o'clock
W G WPS and SON, Undertakers, Eistcriiwlck
and St Kilda 'I'lione 71 Windsor:_
.\riR1UI'-Hie friends of the'lufe Airs Milli Y ANN' 11HTUC ore rcspecltull} tin hal to follow her remains to the place of Interment, the Brighton Cemcten
Hie funeral will leave her residence, *ai Blanch st , Brighton, J HIS DAY (Saturdai, Sth Jnnuaiy) nt t p ni
A A SfrlOltr, Funeral Director, Ba} st, Biiglitcn
respeclfull} Inutid to follow tile remain. Ins dtrarl} beloved wife, Mar} to the plate of Inter mint, the Pootscn} Ocmetirj
The funeral is appoiiitid to moto from her rrsi dence, Powcl st , i-irraiille THIS I) 1\ (Satunfai Oth J mum 1, 101S) at . 0 o cloel
WALTHlt s. W MINI' Inde-lnkei, 117 and 131 Birklv st , 1 ootsernv 'Phone 0 tootser