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MARRIAGES.

MOORE - PROUT. [Golden Wedding.] - On the  

3rd June, 1868, at Trinity Church, Williamstown,

by late Rev. George Wilkinson, William Ainsworth Moore, of Lancashire, England, to Sarah Martha Prout, of Woolwich, England. Now resident at 40 Evelina road, Toorak.

   

YOUNG - JONES. - [Golden Wedding.] - On the 2nd June, 1868, at the Methodist Church, New street,

Brighton, by the Rev. James Watkins, Charles Jolly Young to Harriet Emily Jones, both of Brighton. Present address, "Altona," Airlie avenue, Armadale. DIED ON SERVICE.  

BAKER. - On the 24th May, died in hospital, France, Driver Philip Baker.

Somewhere in France he is lying,  

He answered his country's call; He died an Australian hero,

The finest death of all.  

Years may go and time may fly,

Every flower may fade and die,

Every sinking sun may set, But you, dear Phil, I will never forget.

Loved by all who knew him.

-(Inserted by his old pal, Alf Williamson.)        

BONELLA. - Died of wounds, on the 24th of May,

at the 26th General Hospital, France, Private

J.H. (Jim), Anzac, 21st Battalion, after three years' active service, beloved son of Margaret   Bonella, 49 Sydney road, Brunswick, loving brother of Maggie, Teresa, Steve, Will, Joe, Mrs   Thouroughgood, Mrs Leishman, Mrs Rouse, and          

Mrs H. Needham.  

Our brave boy at rest.    

DOUGHTERTY. - Pte. Frank Dougherty, 5th Battalion,            

aged 30, killed in action, 16th May, 1918, dearly

loved only son of John and Louisa Dougherty,       of 18 Victoria grove, Auburn.

A loving son, a faithful friend.

One of the best that God could send.    

His name was good, his friendship true,         Loved and respected by all he knew;       A soldier brave he proved to be,  

He paid the price for you and me.

EBSARY. - 29935, Bombardier Cyril T. Ebsary, 102nd

Howitzer Battery, France, 29th April, 1918, dearly   beloved husband of Elsie Lilian Ebsary, and       loving father of Elina, Cyril, and Alan, aged 32  

years.

Dearly loved, sadly missed.

Duty nobly done.  

-(Inserted by his loving wife.)      

EBSARY. - 29935, Bombardier Cyril T. Ebsary,

102nd Howitzer Battery, France, 29th April, 1918,   eldest son of Thomas and Ellen Ebsary, "Devondale,"         Heatherton, aged 32 years.  

A kind and dutiful son at rest.  

GUNN. - On the 8th May, 1918, somewhere in

France, killed in action, Corporal D. J. (Jack),     29th Battalion A.I.F., dearly beloved son of Mrs       G.H. and the late David Gunn, "Newfield,"           Bridge Creek, brother of Sister E.E. Gunn (Base     Hospital), Maggie, Oswald, Mary, Douglas,     Donald, and Billy, aged 21 years, after 2 and a half

years active service.

MADDEN. - Officially reported killed in action in

France, 2nd May, 1918, Acting-Corporal Fredk.     W.E. Madden, 8th Battalion, dearly loved       youngest son of A.I. and the late Margaret     Madden, "Inverness," Winter street, Malvern,     and loving brother of Mrs K. Wilks, Florence,   Margaret, and Gus Madden.          

MADDEN. - Officially reported killed in action in France, 2nd May, 1918, Acting-Corporal Fredk.       W.E. Madden, 8th Battalion, dearly loved         nephew of Mrs E. Stabb, "Edwardston," Donald  

street, Prahran.

McELLISTER. - Died of wounds in France, Lieut. J.T. (Jack), late warder of Pentridge, second       loved son Mrs Costa and the late Edward McEllister (Tolmie), loved brother of Mrs. Gault     (Shepparton), Mrs Routledge, Bob, Lily (Tallarook),   Francy (Melbourne), Mrs Baxter, Willie     (late A.I.F., Healesville), after 2 and a half years' active service, aged 30 years. R.I.P. (Inserted by         T. and M. Routledge and Lily.)        

MUNRO. - A tribute of memory to George, who

died of wounds received in France on the 22nd  

May.

An Anzac.

"Living in hearts of those we leave behind is not    

to die."  

STYLES. - In affectionate remembrance of Horace A.E. Styles, killed in action in France, 24th      

April, 1918.

A young life nobly spent.    

-(Inserted by members of St. Paul's Cathedral Choir Association.)  

WALSHE-HOWLING. - Killed in action in France,

May 23, Private Gerald Walshe Howling, dearly beloved eldest son of Ralph and Joh Walshe   Howling, Maude street, Geelong, and beloved nephew of Frank Walshe Howling, of Chelsea.

"Resurgam."      

-(Inserted by his sorrowing uncle, Frank Walshe Howling.)  

DEATHS.

ANDERSON (nee Cissie Barnes). - On the 1st June,

Emily Laura Barnes, beloved wife of Charles   Anderson, only daughter of Elizabeth Jane and   the late George Thomas, of Armadale, loving sister of William, George, of Prahran, after a          

short illness, passed peacefully away, aged 36 years.

APPLETON. - On the 1st June, at the residence his daughter, 23 Carnarvon street, East Brunswick, Henry Stratford, husband of Emily Gertrude Appleton, and father of Henry, Mrs

Robilliard, Edward (Ted, on active service), and           Percival Appleton, aged 61 years.

BARNETT. - On the 31st may, 1918, at his residence,

'Heathcote," 206 St. Leonards road,     Ascotvale, George Frederick, the dearly loved husband of Jane E.A. Barnett, and loving brother       of Eliza (Mrs G.H. Tucker), James, Lena,     and Maggie (Mrs T.L. Walker), of Geelong,       aged 31 years. (Interment at Geelong.)  

DOLAN. - On the 30th May, at the Convent of Mercy, Geelong, Clare Helena (Sister M.    

Bonaventure), daughter of the late Mark and Ann     Dolan, and dearly loved sister of George, Kate, Dan, Frank, Owen, Lucia, Mrs J. Ryan, Mrs.   J. Dungan, and the late Mrs J. Canavan.  

Rest in peace.

DOUGHERTY. - Frank Dougherty, killed in  

France, 16th May, 1918, dearly loved only son of John and Louisa Dougherty, of 13 Victoria

grove, Auburn.  

Dearly loved and deeply mourned.

DOWLING. - On the 2nd June, at private hospital,

Oakleigh, Edith, the dearly beloved wife of   Mr Patrick J. Dowling, of Heatherton, and beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs George Sellick,         of Croydon, aged 38 years.

FARR. - On the 31st May, at 4 Stawell street,

Kew, Arthur John, M.D., loved husband of

Henrietta Farr.

HARKESS. - On the 1st June (suddenly), at the re-

sidence of his parents, 31 Hannan street, North   Williamstown, William James, dearly beloved       youngest son of David and Georgina Harkess, loved brother of Dave, George, and Sidney (all on

active service), and Dorothy, aged 14 years.

HILL-JAMES. - On the 29th May, at 7 Lowndes street, London, S.W., Lieut.-Colonel William        

Hill-James, late 31st Regiment, brother of the   late Edwin M. James,M.R.C.S.E., of Alcaston         House, Collins street. (By cable.)    

MARRIAGE. - On the 2nd June, at his residence, 23

Rothsay avenue, St. Kilda, John Alexander, the   beloved husband of Janet Marriaged, aged 63 years.      

PACK. - On the 2nd June, at his residence, 60

Cardigan street, Carlton, George Ling Pack,     dearly beloved husband of Rose, and loving father

of Bert, Ethel, Isabel, and Ernest, aged 59 years. PLAIN. - On the 31st May, at his late residence,

Campbell's Creek, John, brother of S.J. Plain,     Collins street, Melbourne, Mrs J. Bolitho (Bendigo), and Mary Plain (Campbell's Creek), aged ?6 years.   SMITH. - On the 1st June, at her residence, 78 Rosebery street, Auburn, Elizabeth M., dearly    

loved wife of William John, and devoted mother of Bert, Fred, Reg, and Elsie, and loved mother- in-law of Venie, dearly loved second daughter

of the late Edward and Thomasin Bryan, of Kew, aged 58 years.

A devoted wife and thoughtful mother sadly missed.

SITCH. - On the 2nd June, at "Warrandyte," 1 Saunders street, West Coburg, Rosetta Alberta  

(Bertha), loving and devoted wife of Charles     Thomas Sitch, aged 36 years.

Thy will be done.  

WALKER. - On the 1st June, at private hospital, Camberwell, Gennetta, beloved wife of the late Henry Walker, late of Heyfield, loved mother of   Mrs M. Preston, Yarraville, Mrs W. Weeding, Camberwell, Henry, Mitcham, and Charles  

Walker, Alphington, aged 73 years.      

"There is sweet rest in Heaven."  

WHITE. - On the 30th May, at her late residence,

Brunel street, East Malvern, Harriett, beloved wife of         William White, and mother of Beryl, Lalla, Gladys,

IN MEMORIAM.

BLAUBAUM. - In loving memory of Eric, third

son of the late Rev. E. Blaubaum, killed in action

in France, June 3, 1916.  

CLEAVE. - In loving memory of our dear brother,

Gunner E. Theo Cleave, who died of wounds in France on 2nd June, 1917.

-(Inserted by his loving brothers, Albert and Charles, on active service, and sister-in-law, Annie Cleave.)  

HOOKE. - In loving memory of Frank Morton, captain, 6th Battalion, First A.I.F.,

died of wounds at Alexandria, June 3, 1915, received at Gallipoli, eldest son of Frank William and Ethel Margaret, and loving brother of Gladys and Lionel, "Sidmouth," Middle Brighton.     A soldier and a man.    

HYETT. - In loving remembrance of our

friend, Alan N. Hyett, killed in action June 2, 1917.

(Inserted by Mr and Mrs Wootten and family, Hawthorn.) LOWE. - In loving memory of Hughie, who died on wounds at the 17th General Hospital, Alexandria, aged 18 and a half years.

He died the helpless to defend,

Oh, noble soldier, noble end. Alex

- (Mother.)          

           

       

IN MEMORIAM.  

On Active Service.

MAXWELL. - In loving memory of our dear son

and brother, Lance Corporal Leslie A. Maxwell,   late 39th Battalion, who made the supreme sacrifice   on June 3, 1917, at Ploegstoert, France.    

"Ever in our memory."      

-(Inserted by his parents, brothers, and sister, C.G. and B.J. Maxwell, Graham, on active service,     Vera, and Ken, Yarra Junction.)      

MAXWELL. - In proud and loving memory of our

dear grandson and nephew, Leslie A. Maxwell,   late 39th Battalion, killed at Ploegsteert, France,  

June 3, 1917.

"To memory ever dear."  

-(Inserted by D. and A. Loutit, Yarra Junction.)

MAXWELL. - In sad and loving memory of our

dear friend, Les., who was killed in action 3rd    

June, 1917, somewhere in France.  

Duty nobly done. -(K. and M. McKenzie.)    

STEVENS - SMITH. - In loving memory of our dear  

brother, Private Ern. Stevens, who died on the   3rd June, 1916, of wounds received in action in France; also his chum, Corporal Jim Smith,   who died of wounds about the month of February,        

1917, both of the 6th Battalion.    

How can man die better?

-(Inserted by Annie and Edgar Hinton, East  

Caulfield.)    

ABRAHAMS. - In loving memory of our dear

mother, who departed this life on June 3,

1914.

Gone, but not forgotten.

-(inserted by her loving sons and daughters,  

Maurice, Rose, Deborah, Charles, Samuel, Alfred,       Louis, and Rueben.)  

ALPASS. - In affectionate remembrance of my  

wife, and our dear mother, Emily Louisa       Alpass, who passed away at South Yarra on

June 3, 1915. - (Inserted by her husband, George J. Alpass, and family.)  

BLASHKI. - In sad and loving memory of our dear mother,  

Hannah Blashki, who departed this life on 3rd June, 1916.

Your eyes closed in death, of your thoughts

no one knew,  

As you so quickly passed away.

-(Inserted by her loving sons, Hyman and Bertie, on active service.)

BLASHKI. - In loving memory of our dear mother,  

Hannah Blashki, who departed this life on 3rd

of June, 1915.

Our mother, our sweetheart, our sister, our pal.

-(Inserted by her loving sons, E.L. and B.H.,   on active service.)  

CHESTERFIELD. - In loving memory of our dearly      

beloved father, who died on 3rd June, at Hope  

street, Maryborough.

Fond remembrance.  

-(Inserted by his loving sons and daughter.)        

CLARKE. - In affectionate remembrance of Mrs.  

Elizabeth Clarke, Darling street, South Yarra,   died 3rd June, 1915.

COLLERY. - In loving memory of my mother,      

who died at Acheron, on the 2nd of June.

At rest.

-(Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-   law, Ettie and J. Keily, Gisborne.)    

ISAACS. - In memory of our dear mother, Eve    

Isaacs, who departed this life on the 2nd June, 1889, aged 87 years.  

May her soul rest in peace.

-(Inserted by her son and daughters, Moss Isaacs,   Elizabeth Mendoza, and Raie Cohen.)      

JONES. - In loving memory of our dearly loved

daughter and sister, Lottie, who passed away at Wangaratta; June 3, 1917.  

Sweet as the fragrant flowers. So is thy memory dear.

-(Parents, sister, brothers.)      

KAY. - In loving memory of dear mother, who

passed peacefully away on 1st June, 1917. (Inserted    

by Rose.)    

MASON. - In loving memory of our dear daughter  

and sister, Freda, who passed away at Brighton     road, St. Kilda, on June 2, 1915. - (Inserted by her loving parents, brothers, and sisters, Donald street, Prahran.)

McINTOSH. - In fond and loving memory of my  

dear wife, Lilian Berentine, who passed away on     2nd June, 1917, at Echuca.    

Sadly missed.  

McKIMMIE. - In loving memory of my dear husband,

and our dear stepfather, Thomas McKimmie,     who departed this life at Moonee Ponds, on     3rd June, 1917.

We watched beside your bedside,

We watched you night and day;    

Although we watched you closely,

We could not make you stay.

-(Inserted by his loving wife, M.A. McKimmie,     and step-children, Robert and Roberta Brunton,  

Moonee Ponds.)    

MYERS. - In fond remembrance of our loving and

devoted mother, who left us on 1st lune, 1917.     -(Inserted by Edna, Norma, and Warwick.)        

MYERS. - In loving memory of my darling wife,

Alice Beatrice (Al), who was released from her   pain, 1st June, 1917, at Ednor, 73 Nimmo street,     Middle Park.       REID. - In sad and loving memory of our dear

mother, Helen Dubord, who died June 3, 1915, at ?6 Charles street, Richmond. - (Inserted by her loving sons.)    

SCOTT. - In loving memory of our darling girl,  

Elsie (Girlie), who passed away on the 2nd   June, 1915, aged 12 years and 8 months. (Ever remembered by her loving father, mother, and

brother.)      

WATERS. - In loving memory of my dear husband,    

Robert Edward, and affectionate father of Julia,

Albert, Louis (on active service), May, Gordon   (on active service), Mabel, and the late Private

Reginald. - (Inserted by his loving wife and family, 73 Mills street, Albert Park.)  

WILSON. - In ever loving memory of our only darling

little daughter, Joy, who passed away         June 2, 1916, after a short illness, aged one year

and seven months.

Our darling little Joy.

We mourn for you, little Joy.

But not with outward show,

For those who mourn sincerely,  

Mourn silently and low.

No one knows how much we miss her,

Friends may think the wound is healed; But they cannot see the sorrow  

Deep within our hearts concealed.  

Also, my only little boy, who died June 18,

1913, aged one day.  

Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand,

And the sound of voices that are still.  

-(Jack and L. Wilson, Gunbower Island, Cohuna.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.  

EMERY. - Mrs S. EMERY and Family desire to       express their heartfelt THANKS to their many        

kind friends and relatives for kind expressions of       sympathy, letters, telegrams, cards, visits, and floral tributes, especially thanking the Victoria     Fishmongers and Poulterers' Association, employees        

of Co-operative Fishermen's Association, the staff       of Queen Victoria Market, market comrades, and   the Collingwood Coursing Club, for their kind       sympathy during their recent sad bereavement in the     loss of their dearly loved son and brother, Charles,     Queen's parade, North Fitzroy.          

MACKENZIE. - Mr T. MACKENZIE and family desire to THANK their many friends for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, letters, and telegrams, in their recent sad  

bereavement; and especially the Rev. W. Evans and        

Dr J. D'Amer Drew.  

WALKER. - Mr JAMES WALKER and Family    

desire to express their sincere THANKS to            

their many kind friends for their expressions of

sympathy and floral tributes in their very sad bereavement; also Dr J. Buchanan and the Rev. J. Warner, and Mr W. Holden. Cricket Club Hotel, Deer Park.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

ANDERSON. - The Friends of the late Mrs  

EMILY LAURA BARNES ANDERSON are respectfully     informed that her remains will be interred     in the St. Kilda Cemetery.      

The funeral will leave her brother's residence, 49     Aberdeen road, East Prahran, To-morrow (Tuesday,      

4th inst.), at 2.30 p.m.        

A.J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvern and         Prahran. Tels.: Windsor 17, Mal. 1827.    

APPLETON. - The Friends of the late Mr

HENRY STRATFORD APPLETON are invited       to follow his remains to the place of interment, the  

Coburg Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his daughter's residence, Mrs Robilliard, 23 Carnarvon street, East Brunswick, THIS DAY (Monday,     3rd), at 2.30 o'clock punctually.      

W.G. APPS and SONS, Funeral Directors, Fitzroy    

APPLETON. - Coppin Lodge, No. 91, U.G.L.V. -  

The officers and members of the above lodge, and the craft in general, are respectfully invited   to follow the remains of Wor. Bro. H.S. APPLETON  

to the place of interment, the Coburg  

Cemetery.  

The funeral will leave his daughter's residence,   23 Carnarvon street (off Blyth street), E. Brunswick, THIS DAY (Monday, June 3), at 2.30 p.m.         No regalia.

DOWLING. - The Friends of Mr PATRICK J. DOWLING are respectfully informed that the

remains of his beioved wife Edith, will be interred     in the Necropolis, Springvale.  

The funeral will leave his residence, Dowling road, Heatherton, To-morrow (Tuesday, 4th June),     at 2 o'clock.    

B. MATTHEWS, Motor Funerals Service, Toorak   road, South Yarra.   HARKESS. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. DAVID

HARKESS are respectfully informed that the

remains of their beloved youngest son, William   James, will be interred in the St. Kilda Cemetery.  

The funeral is appointed to move from their   residence, 31 Hannan street, North Williamstown, THIS DAY (Monday, the 3rd June) at 1.30 p.m.,     arriving at the Cemetery about 3.45 p.m.    

THOS. LONSDALE, Undertaker, Ferguson street, Williamstown. 'Phone 25, Williamstown.

HUNTER. - The Friends of the late Mr GEORGE

HUNTER are informed that his remains will     be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, 30 Caroline street, South Yarra, To-morrow (Tuesday, 4th inst.)  

at 11 a.m.  

A.J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvern and       Prahran. Tels.: Windsor 17, Malvern 1428.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

MARRIAGE. - The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN ALEXANDER MARRIAGE are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment,   the Brighton Cemetery.      

The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 23 Rothsay avenue, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Monday, 3rd inst.), at 3 p.m.    

W.G. APPS and SONS, Undertakers, High street,   St. Kilda. 'Phone 71 Wind. Ex.

PACK. - Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE LING

PACK are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the Coburg Cemetery.  

The funeral leaves his residence, ?? Cardigan street, Carlton, To-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m.

JONES BROS., Undertakers, 193 Lonsdale street,

Melbourne, and suburbs. 'Phone 361 Central.  

SITCH. - The Friends of Mr CHARLES THOMAS SITCH are respectfully invited to follow the     remains of his beloved wife, Rosetta Alberta (Bertha) to the place of interment, the Coburg Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, "Warrandyte," 1 Saunders street, West Coburg, To-morrow   (Tuesday, 4th June), at 2.30 o'clock. ,  

JOHN ALLISON, Funeral Director, 291 Sydney road, Brunswick. 'Phones: Brunswick 392, Central

1003 and 2038.        

WALKER. - The Friends of the late Mrs. GENNETTA

WALKER, late of Heyfield, are respectfully   invited to follow her remains to the   place of interment, the Heidelberg Cemetery.

The funeral will leave the residence of her son,   Mr. Charles Walker, Miller street, Alphington, THIS DAY (Monday, June 3), at 3 o'clock.

R. ROBSON, Undertaker, corner of Brunswick street and St. George's road, North Fitzroy. Tel.

Northcote 618.      

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