[In order to guard against imposition, notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure their insertion.]
BIRTHS. ADAMSON.-On 20th November, at "Glenlong," Anderson road, Sunshine, the wife of Dr.
John Adamson -a daughter.
ASTLE.-On the 18th November, at "Enlalie,"
South Warragul, the wife of G. W. Astle -a daughter.
BLAKELEY (nee Sadie Adler).-On the 29th October, at Wells road, Oakleigh, the wife of William R. Blakeley, "Pine Ridge," Woodbrook -a daughter.
BLAMEY.-On the 19th November, at "Quambi,"
North Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blamey
-a daughter (Ruth Gwendoline Dower).
BOORMAN.-On the 14th November, 1917, at 38
Harper street, Westgarth, the wife of H. L. Boorman -a son (Henry Charles).
COURT.-On the 30th October, at Sister Annear's,
Neerina, Sutherland road, Armadale, to Mr. and
Mrs. Norman M. Court, Torrumbarry -a son.
DITCHBURN.-On the 8th November, at "Quisi-
sana" private hospital, Dandenong road, Windsor,
the wife of H. L. Ditchburn -a son (Jack).
EASTERBY.-On the 15th November, at "Tinnis- wood," 39 Finlayson street, Malvern, to Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Easterby -a son (John Robert).
EVANS.-On the 8th November, at Uralla, 117 McPherson street, Essendon, to Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Evans -a daughter (Edith Beryl).
FELLOWES.-On 20th November, at Somerset House private hospital, East Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fellowes, of High street, Northcote -a daughter (Jessie Rita). Both well.
FITZPATRICK (nee Flew).-On the 4th November, at 25 Main street, Coburg, the wife of Edward
Fitzpatrick, Toolamba West -a son (Stephen Gerard).
FRANKLIN (nee Reynolds).-On the 7th November, at 55 Margaret street, Moonee Ponds, to Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Franklin -a daughter.
GREEN (nee Alma Venville).-On the 12th Novem-
ber, at Nurse Hamilton's private hospital, Mil-
dura, to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Green, Irymple -a son (Kelvin Carlyle).
GUTHRIE.-On the 8th October, at Edgbaston, Bir-
mingham, England, the wife of Mr. W. C. Guthrie (of Melbourne) -a son. HATTON.-On the 14th November, at St.
Andrew's private hospital, Middle Brighton, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hatton -a daughter.
HAWKEY (nee Olive Williamson).-On the 27th
October, 1917, at "Iona," Nurse Jones's private hospital, Wonthaggi, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Hawkey -twin sons (Jack and Ralph). All well.
HOLLOWAY (nee Annie Holden).-On the 29th Oc-
tober, at Nurse Hogan's private hospital, Home- lea, 541 Canning street, North Carlton, to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Holloway, of Wandin -a daughter.
HOPKINS.- On the 1st November, at Nurse Smeth-
urst's private hospital, "Birtle," 25 Sutherland road, Admadale, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hopkins,
Willaura - a daughter. Both well.
JOSEPH.-On the 20th November, 1917, at Melby avenue, East St. Kilda, the wife of Ernest Joseph -a daughter.
JONES (nee Mary Wilson).-On the 20th Novem- ber, at Nurse A. and E. Kendall's private hos- pital, Ringwood, to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, "Ultima," Wantirna road, Ringwood -a son (Keith William Henry).
LEGGATE.-On the 17th November, at Sister Annear's private hospital, Sutherland road, Armadale, the wife of R. P. Leggate -a son. Both well.
LORAM (nee Clifford).-On 6th November, at Mildura, the wife of Frederick Loram -a daughter.
McCUTCHEON.-On the 10th November, at
"Netherby," Studley avenue, Kew, the wife of
O. B. McCutcheon -a son.
McGIBBON.-On the 14th November, at Nurse
Hooper's private hospital, Northcote, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McGibbon, of Emerald -a son.
MEE.-On 9th November, at "Leonora," 12 Poolman street, Port Melbourne, the wife of Percy Mee -a son (Harry Oakley).
MONAGHAN.-On 14th November, 1917, at Stawell, the wife of Peter J. Monaghan, "Ardgower," Sheep Hills -a son.
MOORE.-On 13th November, at "Prinprinyah," Sackville street, Kew, the wife of Arthur I. Moore -a son.
MURPHY (nee Wheeler).-On 26th October, at Kalamia, Davis street, Elsternwick, the wife of Reginald S. Murphy -a daughter (Mary Lilian).
NANKERVIS (nee Lily Purdue).-On the 17th No-
vember, at Bradford, Smith street, Fitzroy, to
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nankervis -a daughter.
NICHOLSON.-On the 17th November, at Nurse
Thompson's private hospital, Footscray, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Nicholson, of "Tresta," Commercial road, Footscray -a daughter (Marion Isabel).
NIGHTINGALE.-On the 2nd November, 1917, at
Nurse Dare's private hospital, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Nightingale -a son (Norman).
OSWALD.-On the 20th November, at "Londa"
private hospital, St. George's road, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. F. Oswald, of "Barra- gunda," Cape Schanck -a son.
PLANCK (nee Ettie Dolphin).-On the 27th Sep-
tember, at Sister Clark's private hospital, Warra- gul, Victoria, to Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Smart Planck -a daughter (Phyllis Winifred Esther).
Sydney papers please copy.
POWELL.-On the 17th November, 1917, at
"Devon," 3 Gladstone avenue, Northcote, to Mr. and Mrs. Les. Powell -a son (Kenneth Ronald).
PURVIS (nee Rosa Bushby).-On the 4th Novem-
ber, at Abbokleigh private hospital, Horsham, to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Purvis, "Lorraine," St. Helen's -a son (Charles William).
RITCHIE (nee Irene Haughton).-On the 31st
October, 1917, at Sister McKenzie's private hos- pital, "Bellaria," Newtown, Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. F. G. H. Ritchie -a daughter (Blanche
RYAN (nee Hilda Lewin).-On the 25th October,
at "Woodlands" private hospital, St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ryan -a daughter (stillborn). SHANN.-On the 22nd November, at Trinity Gram- mar School, Kew, the wife of Frank Shann -a son.
SHEEHAN.-On the 24th October, at "Roscom- mon," The Grove, Moreland, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Barry Sheehan -a daughter (Betty Margaret).
STALEY.-On the 17th November, at 10 Elizabeth
street, Elsternwick, the wife of Andrew Staley
WEBB.-On the 31st October, at Nurse Anderson's
private hospital, Alexandra avenue, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert V. Webb, of Wells street, Surrey Hills -a daughter (Ethel Merle).
BAILEY--PELL--On the 27th October 1917, at St. Silas'
Church, by the Rev. A.B.Rowed, Eric Wilfred Bailey, youngest son of Mrs. * and the late Charles Bailey, of Albert Park, to Charlotte (Lottie),eldest daughter of Mrs. C.E. and the late Arthur Pell,of
BEATTIE- CHERRILL.,- On the 20th October, 1917, at St.
Andrew's Church, Carlton, by the Rev. D. Gilchrist, George Alexander, youngest son of Mrs. M.A.Beattie, of Ferntree Gully, to Jessie Margare, only daughter of Mrs. Cherrill and the late Edward Cherrill of Burnley.
BROUGHTON-DODD - On the 10th October at St. Martin's Church,
Hawksburn, by Rev. Holyoake Rust, Thomas Alfred,
second son of the late Major Broughton *.D. and late Mrs. Broughton of Dulwich Hill, Sydney, to Evelyn Mayes, eldest daughter of the late Mr. William Robert Dodd and Mrs. Dodd (late of Hawksburn) now of Armadale.
CHAMBERS- BAKER. On the 24th September, at St. Margaret's
Church, London, by Canon Carnegie, Lieut-Colonel Roy
William Chambers, A.I.F. elder son of the latMr. William Chambers(Chambers and Clutten) and Mrs. Chambers, Sandringham, to Sister Maud Baker, A.I.F. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Tiamby Park, Maylands, West Australia.
DAWS-McLaren. On the 20th October, at Albert and Middle Park Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Allan Stevely, M.A.,
Norman Francis, eldest son of Francis Daws, to Elizabeth May, second daughter of David McLaren, Albert Park, At home Wednesday 4th December, "Ewan Mea," Younger avenue, Caulfield.
DREW-HOWE., - On the 5th March,1917, at the Manse, Bridge -road,Richmond, by the Rev. David Hennessey
(by special license), Henry Drew, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Drew, "Bradfords" Morchard Bishop, Devonshire, England, to Mary B. (May), second eldest daughter of Councillor J.B.Howe, J.P. and Mrs Howe, Chesterfield Farm,Daylesford, grand-daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. T.Rich, Kennington, Bendigo, and the
late Mrs. and Mr. J.B. Howe, J.P.,Daylesford DU BOURG- OLVER.- On the
22nd September,1917, at St. Mary's
Caulfield, by the Rev. H. Langley,
Francis Ridley Du Bourg, to Florence Milcha Olver, youngest of the late F. Olva and
Mrs. Dingle, Gardner.
DWYER-McDONALD. On the 11th July, at St
Patrick's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Keenan, Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Dwyer to Coral, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McDonald, Oak grove, Brighton.
GUMMOW-KERR. -On the 23rd October, at Christ
Church, South Yarra, by the Rev. Townsend, Charles Gordon Gummow, of 1511 Sturt street, Bal- larat, to Maudie, eldest daughter of the late
Thomas Kerr, of Ballarat, and Mrs. Rodway,
"P??lham," Toorak road, South Yarra.
JACK-BANTON. -On the 3rd October, at Oak-
leigh, by the Rev. R. H. Chapple, assisted by Rev. A. Roy, Alexander, second son of Mr. A. and the late Mrs. Jack, of Clarinda, to Ellinor M. (Nell), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Banton, of Adelaide (late of Malvern).
JAMES-WALKER. -On the 3rd October, at St.
Thomas's Church, Essendon, by Rev. Canon Han-
??, Capt. H. Maxwell James, A. A. M. C.,only son of Dr. W. H. James, Warburton, to Gladys Audrey, second daughter of the late Charles A.
Walker, Essendon. Present address, "Chiquita," Ripponlea.
JULIAN-TWENTYMAN. -On the 12th November,
1917, at St. Philip's Church, Abbotsford, by the Rev. L. F. Wenzel, the eldest son of Mr. Thomas Julian, St. Kilda, to Catherine Twentyman, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Twentyman, 102 Johnston street, Collingwood.
MEYER-FRANKS. -On the 9th, October, of the
Presbyterian Church, Northcote, by the Rev.
R. W. Rock, Alfred, the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Meyer, of Beaconsfield street, North— cote to Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Franks, Harold street, Northcote.
MILLAR-BONNAR.- On the 5th November, at Camberwell, by the Rev. P. J. Murdoch, M.A., Herbert H. B., third son of Mr. D. H. Millar, Camberwell, to Phyllis M. Bonnar, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Bonnar, Alert Park.
MITCHELL-BEITH. -On the 20th October, 1917, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. L. F. Hartshorn, Private Norman Mitchell,
A. I. F., third son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, of Craven Edge, Cowper street, Brighton, to May Frances, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Beith, of Garnet street, Brunswick.
MORGAN- FINNIE-On the 20th, September, 1917,
at the Baptist Church, Canterbury, y the Rev.
S. Beckingham, Herbert Leslie, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, "Eastry," Broad-
way, East Camberwell, to Mabel Flora, twin
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Finnie, "Beau- mont," Waterloo street, Camberwell. (Present address, "St. Albans, " 44 Bryson street, Canter-bury.
MORTON- SLATER.- On the 15th September, at St. John's Latrobe street, Martha Alice, daugh- ter of Mrs. Slater and the late Mr. Thomas
Slater, of Box Hill, to George Ernest Cole, son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morton, of Box Hill. At home, November 30, "Eastern, " 64
Armstrong street, Middle Park.
MURDEN—OLIFENT -On the 27th October, 1917,
at St Paul's, Canterbury, by Rev J H. Dew— hurst, Robert J. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Murden, of Johnston street, Northcote, to Frances L. Olifent (Dollie Holt) niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holt, Wattle Valley road, Can—
NIVEN—THOMPSON.—On the 5th November, at
the residence of the bride's parents, No 1 The
Grange, East Malvern, by the Rev. T. Jollie Smith, M. A., Duncan Robertson Niven, M. B., Ch. B., Auckland, N.Z., youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Niven, Wellington, to Edith Alice, second daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. E. Thompson.
PEARCE—SUTHERLAND.—On the 4th September,
at the St. Kilda Presbyterian Church, by the Rev David Ross, M. A. , Robert Murdoch (late A. I. F. ), second son of Mr and Mrs H. H. Pearce, Wagra Park,Tallangatta, and Florence Agnes, fourth daughter of the late Alexander Buchanan and Mrs Sutherland,, "Ailsa, " St Kilda.
SOMERVILLE—BIRRELL.—On the 23rd October,
at Camperdown, by the Rev A Dunn, Peter, only son of Joseph Somerville to Dulcie, second daughter of the late W. ?. and Mrs M F.
Birrell, of Camperdown (Present address, the Bank of Victoria Ltd , Derrinallum ).
VAN DER BEEK—THOMAS.—On the 20th Septem-
ber, at the Methodist Church, Moorabbin, by the Rev. J. Adams, Jack, eldest son of Mr. Jan and the late Mrs Van der Beek, of "Denham," Hol-
land, to Doris Myrtle, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Thomas, of "Rupertswood, " Moorab- bin. Present address, "Westerhof," South road,
WATSON- SUTTERBY. -On the 17th Novem-
ber, 1917, at St Silas's Church of England, Albert Park, by the Rev. A. B. Rowed, Ethel May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutterby, of Albert Park, to Arthur Ernest, son of Mr. Thomas Watson, Heidelberg (Present address,
WHITELAW—CHADD.—On the 6th October, 1917,
at the residence of the bride's parents, 32 Coun- cil street, Clifton Hill, by Rev. J. H. Marshall, B. A. , John Harold the only son of William and Emily Whitelaw, of East Brunswick, to Mina, the only daughter of Benjamin and Annie Chadd.
DIED ON SERVICE.
ALLEN.—Officially reported killed in action, some-
where in France, 25th October, Private George Henry Allen, 8th Battalion, after two years' active service, the dearly beloved only son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, Cave Hill road, Lilydale, loving brother of Mrs. G. Atkinson (Auburn), and Ruby; brother-in-law of George Atkinson, aged 27 years.
"Duty nobly done."
He died as he lived — a man.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and brother-in-law.)
ALSOP _ Officially reported killed in action, in
France, on the 17th October, Lance Cpl. Frederick B. Alsop (Fred), dearly loved third eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Alsop, Winchelsea, and loved brother of Jack, Gertrude (Melbourne), Mrs. Felix Farquharson, Minnie, Bernard (on active service), Findon (Geelong), Vincent, Nola, Pat, and Aileen, aged 20 years and 9 months. Somewhere in France there's a sacred spot,
'Tis a spot just newly made,
And it shelters my boy from the perils and ills
with which life's battles are played. Oh do not ask us if we miss him,
There is such a vacant place,
How oft we think we hear him speaking,
And see his dear, sweet, smiling face.
May his soul rest in peace.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and brothers.)
ALSOP.—Killed in action, in France, October 17,
Lce. Corporal Frederick B. Alsop, dearly loved brother of Mary, (Mrs. F.Farquharson).
We picture his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand;
But death has postponed our meeting,
'Twill be in a better land.
Killed in action, said the cable ;
That was all that it could tell Of a life so nobly given,
Of the brother we loved so well.
—(Inserted by his loving sister and brother- in-law, Mary and Felix Farquharson, and little
ANDREWS.— Killed in action in France, Cecil,
59th Battalion, much loved brother of Agnes and Alice, W. H., W. J., and Arthur (Dalmore), Charles L. (Pakenham), Frank C., and Leonard (Wells road, Mordialloc).
For God, King, and country.
He like a soldier fell.
ANDREWS.— Killed in action in France, Cecil, 59th
Batt., dearly loved son of the late William and Mrs. E. Andrews, " Royston," John street, Mor-
Thy will be done.
—(Inserted by his loving mother .)
ATKINSON.— In fond remembrance of our dear friend,
Signaller Jack Atkinson, killed in action in France, 5th October, 1917.
One of Australia's best. —(Inserted by Mrs Waite and family, St. Kilda, also Sergeant F. Rainbird, abroad. )
BASSETT.— Died of wounds in France, September 26,
Sapper R.J.Bassett, beloved grandson of Robert and the late Eliza Osborne, loved nephew of W.H.J.R. Mrs. Shields (W. A.), Mrs. Balzary, Mrs Kerr, Mrs Thomas (W. A. ), Mrs. Clark, Jack, George, and Stan.
One of Australia's best.
BENNETT.—Killed in action in France, on 9th October,
dearly loved son of Frederick and Rachel Bennett, and loving brother of Ida, Lila, and George, and loving nephew of William and Alice Mullens, Tally-ho, and much loved grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, of Burwood road,
Only a private in battle,
One of the great rank and file;
Those that are left behind well remember,
The day he left with a smile.
BOUSTEAD.— Killed in action, in France, about the 13th
of May, Howard, the beloved third son of the late Irving Bousted and Mrs Bousted, of
Mavis Bush, Dean, age 26 years.
His happy smile and pleasant way
Are pleasant to recall;
He always had a pleasant word,
And died beloved of all.
(Inserted by Lydia and H. Boadle, Dean).
BOYD - Sergeant S.W. (Stan) Boyd, late of 29th Battery,
8th A.F.A. Brigade, died of wounds 11th November 1917, aged 25 years, at the 53rd Casualty Clearing Station, France beloved son of of Mr. and Mrs. W. Boyd, and affectionate brother of Alice and Andrew, and nephew of Miss G. Thomson, of 40 Clarendon street,
BRIGGS.—Officially reported killed in action, on
October 9, 1917, David Robert (Bob) Briggs,
22nd Battalion Lewis Machine Guns (late of Benalla).
Greater love hath no man than this.
God knows the way, He holds the key,
He guides us with unerring hand;
Sometime, with tearless eyes, we'll see—
Yes, there, up there, we'll understand.
—(inserted by his his sorrowing fiancee, Jean R. Brown, Coleraine.)
BROCK.—In loving memory of our dearly loved
brothers, Private Peter D. Brook, 21st Batt., killed in action in France, 4th October 1917, aged 24 years; and Private John A. Brock, 7th Batt., killed in action on Gallipoli, 2nd Septem- ber, 1915, aged 26 years; also our dearly loved
son, Private Norman A. Hale, 31st Batt, killed in action in France, 21st July, 1916, aged 22 years.
They sleep, but the heart waketh still in Thee; They wait the fulness of Thy grace to see
All danger past, all pain and conflict o'er, But longing for the life that dies no more.
—(A. S. and J. A. Hale, 146 Stanley street, West Melbourne ).
BULLUSS.—Killed in action in France, on Octo-
ber 12, 1917, Thomas Victor, dearly loved second son of Madge and the late Thomas Bulluss, of Warracknabeal, aged 36 years.
BUTLER.—Killed in action in France on October
22, 1917, Clive Hobart, youngest son of Louisa Butler of 121 Walcott street, Mt. Lawley, West-
ern Australia, and the late Spilsbury Butler, late of East Malvern, Victoria. (4th Machine gun
CALLINAN.—Killed in action in France, 4th Octo-
ber 1917,Private Peter Callinan, dearly loved son of Ellen and the late Edward Callinan, 24 Stanley street, Richmond, brother of Annie and Edward (on active service) R. I. P.
CAMM.—Killed in action on 4th October, Sig-
naller Robert Camm, 21st Batt., dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Camm, of Monbulk, brother of Bert, Philip and Norman, brother-in-law, Elsie and Mary, dear friend C. Lane, aged 30 years.
Fond son; one of the best
Some time, some day, our eyes will see The dear face we hold in memory;
And Christ shall link the broken chain Still closer when we meet again.
No loved ones stood around him ,
To bid a fond farewell;
No words of comfort could we give
To him we loved so well.
—(Inserted by his loving parents.)
CASEY - Killed in action in France, on October 4
Gunner James, second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Casey, Thule, N. S. W., beloved brother of Mrs. A. Lambden, Mrs J Barlow, Thomas, Mrs. M. McMahon, Mrs.G. Holschier, Mrs. H. Barlow, Phillip Agnes, Ada, Margory, and Bennie
R. I. P.
CASEY- Gunner James on the 4th October, some—
where in France, lovel fiance of May Shanhan, "Glenvale," Barrham, N. S. W. R. I P.
CAWSE -A tribute of love to the memory of our
dear brother, Corporal Francis William, who was killed in action in France on 21st September,
He died as he lived-a soldier and a man
-(Inserted by his sisters Nellie and May )
CHRISTIAN.- Sgt. N. H. (Harry) of 37th Bat-
talion, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Chris- tian, Grange road, Ormond, died of wounds Oc- tober 12. Before enlisting he was a junior
draftsman at the Melbourne Town Hall, and sailed on June 3 1916. He was 20 years of age.
CLARK.-Reported killed in action France, Octo-
ber 4, 1917, Private William Thomas (Will),
dearly loved husband of Amy, Emerald, fond and loving father of little Dorothy and baby Willie, after 20 months' active service, aged 34 years.
One of the best.
CLARK.-Reported killed in action, France, Octo
ber 4, 1917, Private William Thomas (Will), dearly beloved eldest son of William and Louisa Clark, of Centary road, Drouin, loved brother of Jack and Jim (both on active service, France), Harry, George, Andy, Mrs. W. Pharoah, Elsie, Daisy, Ethel, and Lucy, after 1 year and 8 months' active service, aged 31 years.
What though in lonely grief we sigh For one we love, no longer nigh; Submissive still would we reply,
Thy will be done.
CLARK.-Killed in action, France, 4th October,
1917, my darling brother (Will), Private W.T., eldest loved son of William and Louisa Clark, of Centary road, Drouin, after 1 year and 8 months' active service, aged 34 years, late mem ber of the Emerald Rifle Club.
Peacefully resting with God. -(Inserted by his loving sister, Elsie.)
COCHRAN.-Officially reported killed in action,
17th October, 1917, Lieut. Frederick John Coch ran, 4th Division Machine Gun Company, dearly helmed «on o! Ali» I. Cochran, and loved brolhci of AAosh}, 1 dith, louie (Bnnnlslir i tied Bendigo), Ali» ( Collins, Mr» A Bill
oliffe (ChrWrhiirih, N 7 ), utter two jears and ten months' service ,
' 1 lilli tin down breaks and the shadows flee
COCHRAN-A tribute of loir lo the memon of
my ileiu friend, lliiitcunnt I I Cochran, 24th NIuihiucMin Cn (late nth Light Horse Heat), killed in action In 1 ranee, October 10, 1017
A «o'dicr ind n man
-(Inserted by I vehn M Tippett, Auburn )
DIED ON SERVICE.
COOK.-Killed in action in France, on the 7th
October, Sapper Alan D. Cook, beloved second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cook, of The Avenue, Balaclava, aged 23 years and 6 months. Till the day dawns
And the shadows flee away.
COOPER.-Killed in action on the 12th October,
Private James C. Cooper, beloved son of James N. Cooper, of Echuca, and dear stepson of M.
G. Cooper, and brother of Hugh.
His duty done.
CORNTHWAITE.-Killed in action in France, on
5th October, 1917, Private Norman Cornthwaite, 24th Battalion, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cornthwaite, Mirboo North, and brother of Elsie, Rupert, and Gladys; aged 22 years 7 months.
COWELL.—A tribute to the memory of Private
George Cowell, killed in action in France, Octo- ber 4, esteemed friend of Mr. and Mrs. Martin and family (pal of Billy, on service).
We pictured his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand;
But God has postponed our meeting—
It will be in a better land. A hero he lived, a hero he fell;
Though only a lad, he did his part well.
Loved as if our own.
CRAINE.—Killed in action in France, on October
4, 1917, Private William Henry Craine, 8th Bat- talion, A.I.F., loved nephew of W. and L. Craine, Berringa; dear cousin of Violet, Olive, Nina, Ivor, Sylvia, Isabel, and Fairlie.
His warfare o'er, his battle fought,
His victory won, though dearly bought;
His fresh young life could not be saved, He slumbers now in a soldier's grave.
CRAMFORD.—Killed in action in France, on the
4th October, Private Jack Cramford, 22nd Bat- talion, dearly loved son of the late James and Mary Cramford; loving brother of Mrs. Shaw, Thomas, Jean, James, William (W.A.), Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Prior, and late Robert.
One of God's best.
He died as he lived—a Christian and a man.
CROSBY.—A tribute of love to the memory of
our dear brother, Sergeant David W. Crosby, 50th Battery, 13th Field Artillery Brigade, reported killed in action, October 28, 1917. -(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gray, 62
Park Hill road, Kew.)
CUMMINGS.—Killed in action in France, 4th
October, Signaller W. G. (Gordon) Cummings, M.M., dearly loved eldest son of W. G. and E. Cummings, Urquhart street, Horsham, and
loving nephew of E. B. and M. Mosse; loved cousin of Ronald; aged 20 years; after nearly
two years' active service.
"And with the morn those angel faces smile
Which we have loved long since and lost awhile." —(Inserted by auntie and uncle, 107 Sydney road, Moreland.)
DUNN.-Officially reported killed in action 19th
October, 1917, Daniel Joseph, dearly loved second youngest son of the late Edward and Margaret Dunn, formerly of Heidelberg.
Rest in peace.
DUNN.—Officially reported killed in action on
19th October, Daniel Joseph, beloved husband of A. L. Dunn, of Grey street, Hamilton, formerly Carlton, stepfather of Dorothy Gracie. R.I.P.
EAST.—Killed in action somewhere in France, 9th
October, 1917, Private Ernest East (stretcher- bearer), after nearly three years' active service, aged 24 years, loved nephew of Mrs. Hodge, "Riversyde," Morrison, and cousin of Rosaline (Mrs. Drew), Ruby, Val (on active service), Ivy,
Dear Ern. God grant his sacrifice may not be in vain.
ELSBURY.—Killed in action in France, on 27th
October, Private E. Elsbury, loved nephew of Captain J. W. and Mrs. Elsbury, and cousin of Captain J. Ross Elsbury.
EMBLETON.—Killed in action in France on
October 12, 1917, Private J. R. (Jack) Embleton, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Embleton, Hamilton, N.S.W., loving grandson of Mrs. M. Hall, 8 Robert street, Footscray, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Clark, and cousin of Linda, aged
Killed in action said the cable;
That was all that it could tell Of a life so nobly given,
Of the lad we loved so well.
FAITHFULL.—Killed in action somehere in
France, 29th October, Private Fred Faithfull,
loving brother of Mrs. T. Greenwood, Bairns- dale East; Mrs. J. Hodgson, East St. Kilda; Mrs. J. Greenwood, Queensland; Mrs. J. Elliott, Newport, Mrs. Rawson, Omeo; and Will, Omeo.
No loved ones stood around him
To bid a fond farewell;
No word of comfort could we give
To him we loved so well.
FELDTMANN.—A tribute of love to the memory
of Corporal E. H. (Son) Feldtmann, 2nd Bat- talion Pioneers, killed in action in France on October 29, 1917. (Inserted by Uncle Adolph, Aunt Susan, and cousins Alex., Paulina, Arthur, Mabel and Willie.)
FIELD.—Killed in action in France, October 15,
1917, Reginald Thomas Walker, dearly loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Field, 98 Glenferrie road, Malvern, aged 26 years.
FIELD.—Killed in action somewhere in France,
15th October, Private R. T. W. Field (Reg), dearly loved fiance of Nellie Day, and loving friend of Mr. and Mrs. Day and family, aged 26 years 10 months.
Loved by all who knew him.
One of the best.
—(Inserted by his loving fiancee, N. Day, 45 The Avenue, Windsor.)
FISCHER.—Officially reported killed in action on
15th October, Corporal W. N. Fischer, A.F.A., loved brother of Alick, and brother-in-law of G. Fischer (Broadford), uncle of Elsie, Louie, Charlie, Nancy, Jessie.
He responded to his country's call.
FISCHER.—A tribute of love to the memory of
my dearly loved friend, Corporal William N. Fischer, Field Artillery, killed in action, some- where in France, October 15, 1917.
He died as he lived,
One of the bravest and best.
Duty nobly done. —(Florence Treloar, Hamilton.)
FOOKE.—Killed in action in France on 6th Octo-
ber, Private James Fooke, 23rd Battalion, dearly loved brother of George (Kurri Kurri, N.S.W.),
Louie (Melbourne), and William (Bourke, N.S.W.), aged 30 years.
Killed in action, the saddest and noblest death
—(Inserted by his loving sister Louie, 97 Queens-
berry street, Carlton.) Bendigo papers please
FREAME. —Killed in action, Driver-Mechanic
Francis James Freame (Frank), dearly beloved only son of Amy and late F. J. Freame, jun, of Port Melbourne; stepson of S. Clapham, Ivan- hoe; beloved brother of Myrtle (Mrs. J. Bartlett), Rita, and Nellie; brother-in-law, J. Bartlett.
FREAME. —Driver 1 rank Jumes, killed in I rancc,
October 29, 1917, beloved fiancee of Floss Oyston, "Chatham," St. Kilda.
GAINGE.—Killed ¡n action somewhere in France,
on the 25th October 1917 Sergeant Harry J. Gainge. (This memorium is inserted by his work- mates in the wood mill, Sunshine Harvester Works, as a tribute of respect and apprecia-
GILLESPIE.- A tribute of deep respect and esteem
to our late fellow employee, Corporal Len. Gillespie, who was killed in action 4th October after three years active service (Inserted by the employees of The Leviathan.)
GILLESPIE. —A tribute to the memory of Corporal
Len Gillespie, who was killed in actlon 4th October after three years' active service.
An Anzac hero.
—(Inserted by M. Lorraine M. O'Loghlen, and
GREGSON. —A tribute to Hie nacmon of our dear
friend. Gunner ¡Nonuuu Gregson, who fell on the field of honour, on September 30, 1017, somewhere iii I rancc, aged 22 } cars
Dul}' nohlj done
-(Inserted bv his Australian friends S N and PIA Ilirman, ' S)»tonholine,' Tambo Cror lug )
HALL. —On the 29th October, 1917, died of wounds
somewhere in France, Francis Joseph (Gunner), dearly beloved son of Bryan and Harriett Hall,
8 Brougham street, Richmond, loving brother of Mrs. E. Younger (W.A.), James (Sydney, N.S.W.), Bryan, Mrs. F. E. Lang, and Martin, aged 23 years and 5 months. After three years'
HAWSE. - Killed in action in France on the 9th
October, Private Russell Highfield Hawse, aged 25 years, youngest dearly loved son of John Rector and Evees Isabella Hawse, of 51 Kilgour street, Geelong.
HAYES-BODYCOAT. -Reported killed in action,
October, 1917, in France, Albert John (Abbie), dearly beloved son of Wm. and M. E. Hayes, "Medburn," Tooborac, aged 20 years. Also reported killed in action, 22nd October, in France, Harold Wm. Bodycoat, third loved son of W. and M. Bodycoat, W.A., aged 21 years. Cousins and comrades, grandsons of the late Wm. M. Bodycoat, of Woodstock.
HAYHOE. - Officially reported, after being
wounded four times, died October 23, 1917, at 10th Casualtv Clearing Station of gunshot wounds penetrating chest, after 2 years and 3 months' active service in Egypt and France. Driver Stephen Hayhoe, beloved brother of Bob, Rowl, Redge (on active service, wounded) and Vera, and loving daddy of little Vesie. Queensland papers please copy.
His happv smile and pleasant ways Arc pleasant to recall;
He always had a pleasant word. And died a noble hero.
- (His sorrowing mother Ballarat .)
HERITAGE.— Killed in action, somewhere in
France on the 22nd October 1917 No 1,979, Driver J. C. Heritage (Jack) 4th Aus. D.A.C., aged 37 years.
Rest in peace
Our darling boy.
He sleeps not in his native land,
But under foreign skies;
Far from those who love him,
In a hero' s grave he lies.
One of the best, a loving son,
A brother true and kind.
So dearly loved, so sadly missed,
By everyone he knew.
—(Inserted by his loving mother, sisters and
HEY. - Corporal Charles Leslie Tasman Hey, killed in
action 8th October, aged 24 years and 10
Some time we'll understand.
(Inserted by his beloved fiancee, Grace Marion Sprague, Katamatite. Leongatha papers please
HEY.- A tribute of love to the memory of Corporal Charles L.T.
Hey, who was killed in action on
Gone but not forgotten.
(Inserted by Mrs. Clayton and family, Katamatite.)
HUON - Killed in action in France, October 4,1917,
Charles Denbigh Huon, Sergeant- Major, 4th Battalion, A.I.F. much loved grandson of Mrs Denbigh, Canterbury.
HUTCHINSON - Killed in action in France on
September 20, 1917, Sgt L Hutchinson (2nd Regt, S. A.I., B.E.F.), beloved second son of Mrs. and the late Joseph Hutchinson, late of "Sea View", Wordsworth street, St Kilda.
JACOBS - Killed in action in France, Private Victor Newman
Jacobs, the dearly loved second son of Mr. and Mrs. L.H.
Jacobs, of 168 Rank street, South Melbourne, previously
wounded and missing at Bullecourt, 11th April 1917, aged 25 years. Beloved brother of Rupert,the late Florence, Doris, Leah, Louie,Mirriam,Willie, Olive and
Norman. A brother and sister united.
DIED ON SERVICE.
JEFFREY.- A tribute to the memory of brave, unselfish
Cliff, who fell on the field of honour in France on October 9, after l8 months' hard fighting; enlisted on his 19th birthday; aged 21years and 3 months; loved son of Mr and Mrs J. Jeffrey, Pine lodge. Sleep on, heroic soul, rest peacefully.
You have not lost, but conquered in the strife, You've shown us duty's path,
And fought through death to glorious life. - (His loving auntie, L. Day.)
JEFFREYS. - Killed in action, in France, October
3, 1917, Sergeant-Major Leslie Gordon Jeffreys, dearly loved youngest son of Rev. and Mrs. J A. Jeffreys,
Methodist Parsonage,Preston;loving brother of Alfred(A.I.F ) Stanley,Winnie,(A.A.N.S.),Gladys,Rita,Lorna and Edna; beloved husband of Edith and dear daddy
of Gordon and Mary, aged 28
All honour give, To him who,nobly striving, Nobly fell,
That we might live.
Behind the shadows standeth God.
JOBSON-- Killed in action, 4th October, somewhere in
France, dearly beloved third eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jobson, Croydon road, Surrey Hills, loved brother of Jack and Chris (on active service), Bella, Leslie, Olive, and Ted. Aged 22 years 9 months.
One of the best
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents).
JOHNSON - Killed in action in France, on October 28, 1917,
Acting Sergeant Charles Alfred (Son), of 6th Field Artillery Brigade, beloved eldest son of J. T. and E. Johnson, of "Win stay," 2 Milton street, Ascotvale, loving brother of Ruby, Ida (Mrs. A Wenzel, Ivanhoe). Dolly, Sylvia, Len, and the late Jack, beloved fiance of Miss Margaret Smith, Brunswick;
after two years and three months' active
service, aged 28 years.
When the roll is called up yonder he'll be
JOHNSON-A tribute of love to the memory of
my dear fiancee, A.- Sergeant Charles A. Johnson, who was killed in action, in France on 28th
In the sweet by-and- by
We shall meet on that beautiful shore.
-(Inserted by his loving fiancee, I. M. Smith, Moreland road, E. Brunswick. )
JOHNSON - Killed in action in France, on October 28, 1917.
Acting- Sergeant Charles Alfred (Son), of 6th Field Artillery Brigade, after two years and three months active service; aged 28 years.
One of Australia's heroes.
- (Inserted by his sister and brother-in- law, Ida and Arthur Wenzil, York avenue, Ivanhoe.)
JONES - Died of wounds on 2nd October Corporal Fred I. Jones
3rd Div. Signal Coy, Australian Engineers, beloved eldest son of Mrs. A J.Ling of 8 Chester street, Moonee Ponds, and loved brother of Willie (on active service), Lucy (Mrs. W.R.Kerr), and Ada (Mrs W.J. Gill), aged 32 years (late Victorian Railways). R. I. P.
KELLY.—Officially reported died of gas shell poison,
on 5th November, 1917, at 3rd Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, somewhere in France, Private James O'N. Kelly, 14th Battalion, beloved brother of Harry, Walter, Edie, and Wyatt.
KELLY.—At the 3rd Canadian Casualty Clearing
Station, France, November 5, 1917, from shell- gas poisoning, Private James O'Neil Kelly, loved brother-in-law of Mrs H.H. Kelly, and uncle of Tod. Nancy, and Eric.
KERSHAW.- Killed in action somewhere in
France, 4th October 1917, of Lewis Gun Section, late of Alexander, son of Mrs. M.
Kershaw, South Yarra.
The supreme sacrifice. His duty nobly done.
KINCAID.—In loving memory of Robert Francis,
third son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Kincaid, of Bushy Park, who gave his life for King and country on the battlefield of Flanders on October 10 1917, aged 19 years .
There were other ways before him,
But he chose the soldier's way;
He was brave—a true Australian,
And that's all there is to say.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and
KINCAID.—In loving memory of our dear brother,
Robert Francis, who was killed in action, in France, on October 10, 1917, aged 19.
A hero he lived, and a hero he fell,
Though only a lad he did his part well,
He gave his young life for a cause that is true; Fighting for country, for home, and for you.
We pictured his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand,
But God has postponed our meeting;
It will be in a better land.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing brother and sister-in-law, Charles and Grace Kincaid, Boisdale.)
KING.—Died of wounds in Palestine on 14th November,
after three years' service, Sergeant Albert Leslie King, 8th Light Horse, fifth surviving son of Mrs King, and the late Thomas King, Clunes, brother of Harry (Powers, Rutherford and Co) QMS George (Carrathool), Private
Edmund, Private Thomas and Rupert, aged
KIRKLAND -Reported killed in action October 25,
Private Sidney David, 8th Battalion, A.I.F.,
carpenter, the dearlY Beloved younger son of Grace and the late Robert Kirkland, and brother of Grace, of 5 Marian street. Glenferrie, and William, of 4 Albert street, Surrey Hills,
"Whosoever will lose his life for My sake, the same shall save it. "
KIRSCH.—A tribute of love to the memory of
our dear nephew, Capt. R.N.O. Kirsch aged 23, also also Pte V.R. Kirsch aged 20, grandsons of the late Thos. Bouchier, of Port Fairy; both killed in action in France on the 4th October, 1917 (Inserted by H. L. Dixon and E.F. Bouchier, Puckle street, Moonee Ponds.
LAITY.— Killed in action, in France, on 20th September, 1917,
after two years' hard fighting, Corporal Rupert Laity, D.C.M., aged 30 years and five months, dearly loved husband of Isabella M. Laity, and the beloved father of Alex , Colin,
Our darling dad
—(Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Bell, and children, Alex , Colin, and Frankie.)
LAYTON.—Killed in action on 15th November, 1917,
Pte. Richard G. Layton, dearly beloved fourth son of Mr and Mrs. T. R. Layton, late of Tatura; loved brother of Pte. E. T. (on service), Stella, late Pte. J. M. (A.I.F.), late Roy, Gladys, late Charles, James and George, aged 20 years
and 7 months.
When the age of battle is ended,
And the cruel suspense is past,
And the hours of anguished waiting
Are over for all at last;
Then those who are reunited
Will offer their praise to God.
But the ones we have waited and longed for
Lie voiceless beneath the sod.
—(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters, 71 Manning road, E. Malvern.)
LEES -Killed in action in France on October 10,1917.
Victor J. Lees of Mulwala N.S.W. beloved
second son of Mrs. S.J.Lees, and the late James Lees, of Beenak, and dearly beloved brother of Mrs. Thos. Gould (of Drouin), Chriss, Cecil, Amy, aged 31 years.
Duty nobly done.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, brothers
LONIE.— Killed in action France, 4th October,
after nearly 2 ½ years' service, Stanley, beloved son of Jane and the late Hugh Lonie, of Ballarat,
and loving brother of Ellie (Newport), Hugh (Penshurst), Ruby, and Dorris, nephew of Mrs. M. Crago (Newport), aged 25 years.
Somewhere in France he is sleeping,
He answered duty's call.
He died an Australian hero,
'Tis the bravest death of all.
LOVE.—Died of wounds, in France, on October 15, 1917.,
Private J. C. Love (late of Scotland), dearly beloved cousin of Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford, " Le Sars," South Camberwell.
He gave his all.
MATTHEWS.—In loving memory of Corporal
Stanley R. Matthews, killed in action in France, on the 4th October, dear nephew of C. and S. Hollier, Yarragon, and loving cousin of Ethel,
Ruby and the late Pte. Edgar, killed in action in France on the 17th August, 1916.
"He sailed on his last commission,
In that beautiful ship called Rest; And his head is safely pillowed
On his great Commander's breast. " — (Bert, Amy, and George.)
McCONVILLE.—To the memory of Lieutenant Don McConville,
M.M. killed in action in France, October 20, loved comrade of Lieutenant Neil Gibson, M.M., and G. Dowling. Also Lieutenant Vic. McConville, died of wounds 6th October,
Egypt, Gallipoli, France.
McDONALD.—Killed in action in France on 4th October,
Pte. Lachlan Leigh, 7th Batt., second dearly loved son of Lachlan and Isabella McDonald, of Inverleigh; also loving nephew of James McDonald M.L.A., Inverleigh, aged 21 years and 11 months, after 2 years and 3 months' service.
So dearly loved, so sadly missed, He was smiling on the troopship
As he waved a last farewell;
He died fighting for his country
And like an Australian hero fell. We pictured his safe returning,
And longed to clasp his hand;
But God has postponed the meeting—
'Twill be in a better land.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother sisters and brothers, and uncle. )
McDONALD.—A loving tribute to the memory of
my very dear friend, Sapper Ernie McDonald, 2nd Field Co. Engineers, died of wounds on 31st October. 1917, at No. l8 General Hospital, France, after 2½ years continuous active service at Gallipoli and France. Late of Yarragon, Gippsland.
An Anzac hero who served his country well,
He did not for a moment pause,
But gave his life in honour's cause.
He was—think what a man should be—he was
—(Inserted by Edith F. Harris, Oakleigh road ,
McDOUGALL.—In loving memory of Trooper D. C. McDougall,
killed in action in Palestine on Nov. 6, aged 22 years 9 months; dearly loved nephew of Mrs. Johnston, Campbell street, Bruthen, and cousin of of Harry, Ken (on active service), and
McDOUGALL.—A tribute of love to the memory
of Trooper D. C. McDougall, killed in action in Palestine on November 6.
One of the best.
—(Inserted by his loving cousins, Jean and
McLEAN.— Killed in action somewhere in France
on the 12th October, Pte. A. McLean, dearly loved brother of Mrs. T. Trew, Jack, Flora Katie, and Ruby, aged 21 years 9 months.
— (Inserted bv his brother and sisters.)
McNISH.—Killed in action on 13th October, Private John,
loved and only son of Mrs. Erickson, Greenvale, and the late John McNish, Ascotvale,
loving brother of Mary, Isobel (Mrs. Hartrick, Sydney, and Ruby Erickson, aged 32 years.
Our sacrifice is in what we have lost, His was in what he gave.
" Sometime we'll understand. "
McNISH - A tribute to the memory of our esteemed
secretary, Private J. McNish, killed in action, 1st October, 1917 (Inserted by members of
of Greenvale Tennis Club.)
DIED ON SERVICE.
McRAE.-Killed in nrtton in France Ort 4
lill" Corporal 1 ric Dónelas, the dçirly loved Volmern bon of lir um! Mrs C McRae (late of Boisdale), brother of Ted, John, Herbert (Iate), Helm HcTOtVA IV (on aitiic ariki), Chris rrn f-erpt r I (on aetlie Sçrxice), l'irçi Pill} (latí Mr» T 1 Caspar) lossie (Mrs VI line}) Huriiv and Fiona (Mr» I Abbott)
olio loied (lance, of lera (Mis» Powell), aged
Ï5 years N
Lien so, rather, for so it «cemed good in Thy At the coll of duty he served his God, lils kins,
and counir} ¿
Our bravo ko»
licit Al -I tribute of loi o to the moniorj of my
dcarl} lol ed lionet, Cpl F I) Mcllae, killed in nction In France, Oct 4, lilli
Some da}, some time, we'll nndentancl
-(Inserted b} lira M Powell, Boisdale, Maffra ) MERRITT.— Died of wounds at Beersheba, Pales-
tine, on 1st November, Charles Cecil Merritt (Machine Gun Squadron, 3rd L. H. Brigade, late 8th Light Horse), dearly loved second son of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt of Welshpool, South Gipps- land, aged 23 years 10 month. In his fourth
year of service.
"I have called thee by name, thou are Mine."
He went when he heard his country's call; He died that others might not fall, His spirit like a clarion calls To others o'er the deep.
So safe in his lonely desert grave,
He takes his peaceful rest;
He died the death that heroes die,
And whatever is, is best.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brothers,
MERRITT.— A tribute to the memory of our dear
nephew and cousin, Charles Cecil Merritt, who died of woundw November 1, at Beersheba (Kee- yuga, Glenarous.)
MITCHELL. -On the 9th October, somewhere in
Belgium, William Edward, loved only son of Mrs. J. Sandells, and stepson of J. Sandells, 54 Hall street, Newport, loved stepbrother of Dolly and Beattie, and dearly beloved fiance of Miss D.
Oxley, of Footscray, aged 23 years and 10
MONTGOMERY.-I tributo of lo»e lo the mernoo
fu I am c C oi uoral Robert llonlROtueri (Hob)
Ulled in action 0th October loiing fntlirr of II ii hie mid 1 till 1, belove el «¡um I son of Mr lind Mlb MontMimrr} I« Hum lu streit. North Mel
bourne iko Pit Vlrx Montgomerx killed in nillon sith Septeiniur, loungcst son of lb aboie belmrel 1 rolhers of William lohn, Arlhir lied, Marok (Mrs. ¡steuart) anl
Oh for Hie touch of a vanished inn. Vnd 1 sonn I if u voice thut is stilled
Noble in life nobler in death
-(Inserted bv his loving skier and brother in lui Migtic und lack Stew oi t, 'Hotham," The Ridge wa} hcnihirton )
MORRIS.—Private Desmond Michael, 2nd Battalion
Pioneers; Private William Joseph, 6th Machine- gun Company, killed in action in France 20/9/17 anl 9/10/17 respectively, beloved third and young- est sons of Margaret and the late John Morris, West Warburton; loved brothers of John, George, Mrs G. Grindal (Moorooduc) Mrs. R. S. Falloon (South Yarra), Mrs Crowley (Yarra Junction), Mrs C. Davis (South Yarra), Elsie, and Dora. R.I.P.
Two loving brothers reunited, The dawn is gently breaking
O'er France's distant shore, Breaking gently on the graves
Of the lads we'll never see more. In that narrow bed of clay,
Marked with a single white cross, Our soldier boys are lying,
While loved ones mourn their loss.
—(Inserted by their loi int. mellier, brothers
uni sister« )
MUMMERY.-In loilue memon of our dour
nephew 1 I. ut C I" Murnini ri V! ( (Tus S killed lu letlon in I lame on October '0 1917 gran Ison of Hie lull VV illmm an I ( ntheriiie Dod« Woodstocl, nftir oier tbrci }cir»' octuc senke
Our binn ko}
-(Imrrlcd bl his aunts O I on I I 11 Dock ) MUNWORTHY.-killed lil action In litItriuin
september II!, HU" Plixilte I I Mirxworth} (Ardill), 09lh IlJttulion onli son of V Mux norlin D «victor I late caret iker Hepburn S|rliic,* an! loiing brother of Jcaii lind Minmi Isliirwood, 1 awl nor *
Till tin! di} breal
OSBORN.-Dlcel of noun 1« rccoli c I in Trance our
liloied bon Ceorkc Suhle.*! ogee! 21 ei *.
Ullin the roll is called up }onder !,s 11 le
-(tmertril bl lils 1m ing mother alni litmr M mid ( O bom Okll ' koo» ucn.
OSBORN.-Dlcel of wounds ¡li lilli (clicril 'lo*
pilli 1-runic our de ir brother Geo ._?.
We cinnot wi} und will not sin, that li i* ibid -'hi is just mun
W Itli n ihccri Mulla mid n nine of Hie i an I dear
t corte Ins wandered into nn uni nown lind
-(Inserted In lils loi Ina; brothers llarrj, UfroJ,
aid l'.rci )
OSBORN.—Died of wounds in France, our loving
Always happy and cheerful,
With a heart that knew no fear, He stood to face life's battle
For all he loved so dear.
—(Inserted by his loving sisters, Winifred, May, Annie, Alice, and Ida.)
OSBORN.—In tribute of love to the memory of our
dear friend George Sydney Osborn, who died of gunhot wounds received in France.
In a hero's grave he is lying,
Somewhere in France he fell
Little we thought when we parted
It would be our last farewell.
—(Inserted by his old friends, G.B., C.B., M.B.,
B.B., A.B., C. and I. Bjurstron, and his old pals N. Ferguson and A. Ward, both on active ser- ice.)
PHILLIPS -S tríbulo hi love ti memon of ml
dtirfrienl 1 rli He ! I 1 Ililli] <j (Jim) 10th Held Amhuhtnie who xvus killel in minn III
1 rince on Oublier 11 1917, late y. Un Diggings,
n_ed 21 xcirs 1 month*
loied bi ull who knew him
-(Inserted 1,} bia lonna; friend, A Dempsei,
I ni klinf rd )
PILVEN -Killed in action on October 9, 1917,
Reginald Charles, dearly loved brother of George (on active service) brother in law of Amy, and uncle of little Reg: esteemed friend of Mrs. E. Lewin, Bert, and Min.
Come unto Me.
-(Invrtnl li Coolgi anl Vmy Pilven, r Iz-vvin and faniil} )
PILVEN.-Ollldallv reported killcel In action on
tin 9th October I'te Hcrinild Chirks Pilun (21th llltl ) =ccnnl I cloved son o( Mr and Mr* C lllveu ro Iliirunod road Hawthorn (In strted 1} bia loiing pítenla sisters, and I rolhers )
PORTER-Corporal W. E. W. , D Co 14lli Bat
tullen «All in October 20 somewhere in lrmee lilies! in letlon loved brother of ReV.
A. J. Porter, Birdlip, formerly Presbyterian Home Missionary at Casterton, Dartmoor, Kaniva, Huillín Ac , iietl M leurs
RALSTON.—A tribute of loving remembrance to
our dear friend, Corporal William Nelson ("Snowy") Ralston killed in action October 5, 1917 somewhere in France.
In a distant land he lies,
Asleep on his bed of clay;
Till the roll is called up yonder,
And the mists have cleared away.
How his life was sped we know not,
What the last word, look or thought; Only that he did his duty,
Dying as bravely as he fought.
His life for his country.
—(Inserted by J. Cuurrucan and P. Saundry.) RAWLINGS.-lullt I In iction in Iranio Non
liri fheitiiiis Henri eleirli loud son of Thomas C and Mary Hanlin- , Cicidou Mildura, aged TO} mrs
RHODES.-HAIR .Killed in action 13th October
somewhere in France, L Corporal A H Rhodes (Dusty), much loved son of Mary and the late William Rhodes of Langwarry brother of Willie (on active service) Mrs. Hair (Walhalla), Mrs. Lette and Nellie (Adelaide) Mrs J Varley, Mrs W Steele, husband of Violet, father of Les, Alf Harold, Harry, Roney; also our much loved grandson and nephew Private W Hair died of second wounds, somewhere in France, date un
Two of the best. Duty nobly done.
(Inserted by his loving mother and family. )
RHODES-GOODWIN - (lilli mill reported killed in
netiin Privite lolm til cr! beloved *on of the lite 1 I" Rho les ami Smile Goodwin in I li loi ed stepson of W S loolwin (of Mm Heil rrt*on b) abo lue I liilhcr of I «lilli (V?ll) Mr« Mímela} (Cirltoii), Mrs Hell (Vlibuin) mil Prilate Willum (oodwin
Willi Christ iliirb is fir better
ROBINS -Died of pim shot ivoun Is on No einher
" 11117 at the "¡Hi (cm ral llospitil I ranee "11 Corporil IclC} liol m3 Sill ilitiTllion 1st Hhlsinn null Iniol son of I S und VI I Robins uni loi ed blether of V man Clink Iii! lu and Cb trim a«e 1 S le irs anil 11 mouths
1 oil Cod lulu "in I conntri
Till ne meet mun
Vfler three icirs an I three morths.
ROLLEY.-Hied cf wciiind* in 1 ian e on N nein
" 191" ( inrcr IVniter U dcnrlv loied tw n of Rr e mid Heirn Irilm, 1 rolbei of Ham i ml itoi_(cu iidvi seriiei) lox eil Irothcr len of Cncc mil uncle of little Ted aged
u ir. and II months
Our dmr lime I oi
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Heit mon sued uni elim rii ni cicr nightfall caic'
ROWATT.-Died if multiple Hillshot noun Is
10Mi f nxwiltv Cle ring «t.tion IVmce October
III 1117 "1 9 (nniir IV lill mi Hmnt ( lilli ) Howitt lilli I kid Irtillcn Iliirnde (lute 118th llouilrel I'lttcii) deirli hu 1 husbmdnf Lisle I lloinlt (mt liri low) ollesl son of Mrs. V
llouutl Perth sen li In or Mi and Mr« Wnller llnstow (lot. of S| hill,) now Thorngate stl et Prnsrrol ' I ,ie,rl 0 icirs
Hi« loimlri eil'ul ii 1 honour hide bun go -(1,1 cried bl hi* lum, xx If» ) «r
ROWE.-lulled ii mil n in I niloc October 12
Private Victor Stanely, the dearly beloved son ef Mr uni Mrs I Howe of Rutherglen mil be loieel IroUier of Mrs Beanham (Forrest), Mrs Wilson (Fitzroy), Will (on active service), Mrs Kneebone (Chiltern), Mrs Jamieson (Ruther glen), Percy, Hilda and Horace
Ile pic lured bl« safe returning
lui longed to elisp hi« bind
Hut God las postpoind our meeting,
It will lu in tin better lind lill
ROWE.-On Ihc 27th september of wounds re
ich id in 1 runci ( tintiei I VV I Rowe eleflrl! biloicl eldest bin ol I mid I Rowe llooreo ?lui»» Station llthanald NSW onl} brothel oflValfr lilli of Stiinnnr uni Moon watha (In bel lui In the ¡xhurpley famil» Coburg )
lib «sill -In loi hu. mcmori of Compon} Sor
(.(?mit Major IS V Ihivill (Ililli ) 21th tlattahon
wira wa« 1 ¡Hld in action In 11 mee on lili Octo bor 1917 (Inserte I In VIr and Mis N II Cmrei and fumil} binilnnJiam )
RUSSELL.-Ofllelnlli icpoilul tilled in ne ¡on on
12lli October Prliatc llcnr} I Russell 39th H lttnlkm chlost son of it ibert and 1 inmn i Hus*cl! Shunnon st llnx Hill
SALWAY.-killed in action on the " th October,
Píllale VVl!lliiiiik.aliviv st Ives Centre roed liri lilon und Iriilliei of ("Uieilne (nuru?) .nd Oilier Jumes Silvia» (both on uelive Komce)
Ihcinii« bit. of Wil_lit streel, Albert Park,
ii(,exl 27 ic ira
Thy will be done.
SAMPSON -Killed In nction J-rance October 4,
3017 Prk nte Mortimer 1 Suiip«oii late orgu nltl St Paul a Church of I ni,I in 1 Camperdown -(lu cried bv a profeasioml friend )
DIED ON SERVICE.
SHAW.-Killed in action, somewhere in France,
on October 12, Private Adam Shaw, dearly loved husband of Annie Shaw, of Skipton, loved dada of little Will and Adam, aged 23 years.
He hath fought the good fight.
Our darling hero.
SMITH.-Killed in action, October 4, in France,
William Leo, beloved son of William and Ellen Smith, 108 Barkly street, Carlton, formerly employed in the Post-office, Carlton.
We mourn the loss of a good pal.
-(Inserted by the staff, Post-office, Carlton.)
SMITH.-A tribute to the memory of our dear
friend, Private Leslie Smith, who was killed in action in France, 4th October, 1917, aged 21 years and 5 months.
Tread softly o'er that sacred spot
Where our young hero lies.
He gave his young life; yes, he died for you and I. Manly and unselfish, he gave his life that we might live in freedom. -(S. and M. J. Wilson.)
STARR. — Killed in action in France, on 4th October,
1917, Patrick James, dearly beloved fourth son of Mary and late Michael Starr, of South Yarra and Healesville, brother of Jack (late A.I.F.), Rose (Mrs. Fogarty), Phillip (A.I.F.),
Frank (A.I.F.), Mary, Ignatius, Dorothy, and Kevin, aged 22 years 11 months. R.I.P.
STEVENS.-In loving memory of my dearest
friend, Arthur, killed in action in France on the 15th October, 1917.
Time passes; but memory lingers.
-(Inserted by his loving friend, Belle Maywood, 23 Foley street, Kew.)
STONEHOUSE.—In loving memory of Private J.
Stonehouse, killed in action in France on 9th October, 1917, aged 26 years and 6 months.
How his life was spared we know not
What his last word, look, or thought, Only that he did his duty,
Died as bravely as he ought. Always happy and cheerful,
With a heart that knew no fear, He stored to fall life's battle
For all he loved so dear.
-(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters.)
STREET.-Killed in action somewhere in France,
Pte. John Halley Street, dearly loved son of Mrs. and the late William Street, and loved brother of Mrs. S Gargan, Orbost, and Fred (on active
service), aged 41.
God's will be done.
SWAINGER.—A tribute of love to the memory of
my dearest friend, Private W. R. Swainger (Willie), who was killed in action in France on 4th October, after two years service.
Deeply mourned. Sadly missed.
I am sitting alone to-night, Will, thinking of the
I picture you in my memory just as I saw you
And now you are sleeping peacefully where your
loved ones cannot go,
And over your silent grave, Will, only wild
flowers shall grow.
They sing of all the glory, but oh! the sacrifice
And oh! I am so lonely now, I've lost you, Will,
He hass finished his part, I must still keep on
Trying, like him, to be brave;
My sacrifice is in what I have lost,
His was in what he gave.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing and loving fiancee, Maggie Morris, North Richmond.)
TAIT. - Killed in ni lion Fomiwhcn in Fronce on
the 7th of October, 1917, Sergeant Sam Tait,
second ron of «li mid Air« I'ctir Tilt of AAcst AA 11 lone, N S AA late of Mu poll A letona
TAYLOR-Killi I in Irance, September 20 Reg
Sergeant Major Bib Batt aller I «oir» sirvlri with A I F f'nviousll scried lu «outil African nar with Ntountcl Infunlrv eldest soil of Nlrs 1 nlor and the lute Dlintaii Tailor, Fallirl,
Loved hv nil
-(Inserted hv (.ruudiuother and relative«)
TERRY.- Killed in action lilli October 1017, in
I lance Private len II Terr) seventh beloved son of lohn nul F i dine Tim of foi c1« I! ink« Bonnie Doon lu loved broil er of TliomhH Porci Titi, Mr« Cox Robert, Ralph I red (In France) Mils Air» I I oi ¡ck, Anule Mr Sweet, aged 0 )cors
Somewhere In I nineo ile « «letping
Hi answerer! ililli s i ill
Hi tilt I en Austrulnii hero
Tis the Innv est death of all
His hnppv smile and plta«int vin« are pleasant
Ile ilnoy* bail a pleasant »ord lind died beloved
- (Inserted b« lils pirenls brothers and sisters ) TUCKFIELD -hilled in ii lion in I rancc Oelol cr H 1017 Scrgcmt Herbert lleltord Tuckfield beloic I son of I In und tilt late I roth ri-k William luekfioltl, of ' lloohihra," AAllllam» road ioorak TUCKFIELD -A Iribulc of love lo the inomon of
Sgt II 1! (Bert) I illctl in action In 1 rancc October 1J (Nell )
UNDERWOOD-lulled in ncllon 4lb October Pri
vite leo Clnrcnce lliiratiu« Hie dcurlv beloved anunuest »nu of 1 I an 1 II NI Underwood
Dulgnhcena IA in burton road last Cumber »di and bclovel brother of Clnrlie ni I lim (both on active service in rnnce) Mrs P Miillin Ah- NI O Mu i Arthur, George ! Ha, nnl llórente nitir neirli time veirs service in Igvp' Gallipoli uni Irance, 22nrl Battalion, aged 2.T«A.ears and 8 months
loved bv nil who knew hint
VAWDREY.-A tiihuti of love to the mi man of
Killie Thomas I mil A nvv Irei killel in ut tion in I rtinct Noitinlicr 2i 1010 lol el loiism of ( ertrudc I milford and I thel nnd irt«sic Phillips (Stai eil)
"I life noblv sicnficc! "
WADESON.—Killed in action on the 11th April
(previously reported missing), Samuel Jackson, second eldest son of Richard and Mary Wadeson, of "Loquat Avenue," Diamond Creek, and loving brother of Mrs. McKay, Tom, Mrs. Saunders (W.A.), Mrs Dall, Lance Dick (on active ser- vice), FIorrie, Doris, aged 30 years.
An Anzac hero
We pictured your safe returning Sam,
And longed to clasp your hand;
But God has postponed our meeting
Till we meet in a better land.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and
WALKLATE.-Ofliciillv reported killed m action
October "1, C mindi Harold Nci non Nlnlklrte, dcircst friend of Dulsv 1 unes of 1 ast Alalv ern
Peate pel feet poire
WELSH-Killet! In action in Irance on 4th Odo
!» r 1017 Corporal Stnnlci Silvestir fourth he- len 1 son of Olner in I Augusta Alelsb of 70 llirkh street Ballarat lost aged 21 )ian
WILLIAMS- OhTciill« reported killel in action
on Octtbcr 23 1(11" Pri« nie F redi ntl Phillip (Ted) dciirli beloi cn «on of Nlrs Al minns nnd lute P IA lill nn» Shepparton (late of Kotupna)
btlovcd brother of Antill I Isle Airs thomson, Kite mid S'niilc) (on nellie service) 1 (loveil 1 rother in law of T Thomson C ishorue
One of Hie lie«!
-(lnserlel bv sorrowing mother mil fmiili )
WILSON-Killel In lotion I r ince (til Noiei
her Sippcr Aim Al denn dear FOO of Air- II NI Allison nnd Hie lite Fdwvn NA ilson of 1 Hw Hi ni
tleurlv Kveil husband of I ilv mid faillir of little ldwln brother of Mu N!i«kd! (Dor 111!) Ade laidc and NVilllam Kinross (ive v) i(.td 2a )eur»
Dcepl) mourn d
WRIGHT-Killed in action "th October, 1117,
limes bcln«ctl hu-binil of Knili, and loving father of Addie, NAaltcr Norman and Fvelvn of lion Nhll Nveslcrn luslrnllu, igctl 13 «cars Also on 21st November 1015 died of wounds at Cnlllpoli Bert aged 2i }cirs dcirlv loied sons of Mr and Mr. C AA right 18 Illingworth parade Box Hill late of Grove ni
WRIGHT.-Reportrd killed In action ill 1 ranee 4lh
Octobir (pri i lousia rc|K>rtcd mi«-iiigl Private Nathan Alright lieloved fourth «on of the lite Joseph and Mrs AAnght of Pine lodge age I 28
ANDERSON -On the 17th November 101" resull
of accident Ltslit L tlearl) loi el hush ind of Minnie Ni lui ed son of Peter and Annie also loiini, son m law of Mr- Ni l!r)ce and bnither in hw of Oscir Violet Athol mid Imies on' lessic 1 ck!, i mid loving brother of 1 red als dear friend of Clinrlc« Htirfon! aged 2" )cars
Dcepl) mourned and sid!) misted
BERNARD-On the "1st November (suddenly) at
his residence, Melbourne road Chiltern, Theodore, husband of the late Josephene and father of Mrs Warlond, Williamstown; Mrs Parry, Newmarket; Mrs. Hehir, Kensington; Peter, Richmond; and Sadie, Madeline, Neil, John, and Francis, Chil-
tern R I P
BLEANCHAE-On the 20lh Noiomhcr at his
pirenls residence Clifton Hill Horbirt fordon Cluiitopher (Donnie) Hie inclue I doveil erntid son of Mr mil Mrs C J Suonch Alhittlcea ron! Surrev Hills loved nephen or Mr nnl Mrs Theo «aiovieh Port Nlelbourui and loving cousin of Keilli ut,cd 10 venrs
So decplv loi eil »o sadlv missed
BOOTH -On Hie °3nl November 1017 Catherine,
I cloved mother of Robert anti I lorcnce (N'rs H U (oiinor) U(,el77ieors (1 ni Kc funeral )
CHANDLER - A lining Iribulc to Hie memoii of
our dear friend Aila I linhcth Chandler »ho depirletl tim life it her ic»ltlence, Torrent dale,** Coppin street 1 ast Malvern
A short but noble life made »mutUni b) kindlv
-(In=erte i hi fríen Is it Box Hill )
COLLARD-On the - ni November it n prhnti
hospital, Alargan t second eldest daughter of tile litt Gentle Meiker and Margaret Collard of St Kilda tlearl« belo« eil sister of Mu« lime llurriitt Mr. Buchan in irl IMllinm 1 lol
mg aunt of Alirjone Ida Thomi« Gordon (on
CRAIG-On the "0th November 1117 it Ceeiong
AAcst losiph Hie hc!o«cil lui bind of the lite Nlugiret Crtig 10 Cutlicrlnc sheet Ceeiong NAe-t aged &.! «ears (Interred iirivat-h Gee lung Non General Ccinctcrv, on 22nd November lil") "
CUSWORTH.-On Hie loth November at Perth
Hospital 1 rank second eldest son of Georgina mil the late Gcortc Cusivpith of Hustlnf, aged
-(Inserted bv his loving mother, 1 rothcrs and DRYSDALE-On the 10th November at Inmútalo
of penumonta Robert I , the beloved fourth son of the bite AAllllam und Alura, Dn-djlo, of Box Hill Neu, u_,cd IO vears mid llmontli Ho leaves u )oung widow and three )0uml ihildren to mourn their loss
ENGLISH.-On tile 21nd November at the Mel
bonnie Hospital AAllIlnm dearl) beloved bus bind of the lite Diana lllzahcth Fuglish also dearl) lieloved father of Frederick INeiÍFOn, 1 lor enea, S)duo., (on active service abroad) and Catherine, in lils Both «ear (Interred ptiiatcit at Coburg on the ' Inl November, 1917)
FOWLER.- On the Mid Novunbcr at Brccono '
Beresford street Sinrev Hill« Alice the dearlv bclovel wile of Alfred I calii lonlci nnl daughter of lames mid Nlurhi Parn, Mnwell, sistn of Abbic I villa muí Air» I Hnmsai
Peace | crfect pc ice
GEE.-On the 20th Novcmbci at thp rcsi leuce
of her daughtir Air« It Moore Kilmoic, Atarii, the devoted wife of Andrew T Gee, mother of Mrs li Moore anti Ali« I« oliicr anti eldest daughter of the late John and Maria Hammond
Peace, jicrfeot I eicc
GIBBON.-On the 21st November, at "Glenora,"
Salishur} West, I<o!i len iccond daugliler of Mr and Mrs Herbert Gibbon, stsler of Maggie Herl Hill, lira Morn, ldna, anl darnel, aged 37 }cars and 10 month*
GRANT-On the 22nd November, at Colac, Mar}
Haroneo beloved wife of William James Grant, or Irrcxx ¡Hippo 1-ast, loving mother o( Alice, Albert, Millie lonies mid lionel, ind daughter of Mary and the lntejtobort loungman, of tldo
rado, ugeel 41 j cars
HARRIS -On the 23rd ¡November, nt Melbourne
Reginald Austin, tbo loved }oungcst «on of Alfred Harris W) Charles strict, Prahran, aged 33 jears
JONES- On tho 6th îiovcmbor. 1917, nt Snakr
Salle}, Thomas Iones, the beloicd father of Mr« I S Anderson, Dowerin IV Australia, Mrs IV G Murray, Snake Salin Mrs IV Deale, lolianncshiirg, S Africa Mr li 1 Jones Moonee Ponds, Rel D S lone*, Port arlington, aged 90 xcars
KLOWSS-On the 21st Noiember, at Dr Phillips s
private hospital, Dimlioola lohonna Louisa, third daughter of J hlovvss, of Church street, Dim
LUITY.-On Hie 22n 1 November, 1917, al the res!
dence oí lier Bon in 1.» IV m 11 lllen, 3' The Grande, hast Malvern, ili_bcth I-ait} beloved mothoi of Mrs IV in li Allen Mrs V Hieles ( Slbert Park), and li ni li 1 oiti, ISemllgo, uged 93 vears 10 month» S colonist of 60 }eais (Private interment )
LEE -On the loth kovember ot 'Mo» " Hoi
wood street, Ctulflcld, William Ue formerly ol Dailcsfonl, aged 83 (Inter ed in Hie Do}lcs ford Ccmctcr} )
LEWIS-On (he 10th Ixoiembcr nt Bendigo Hos
pital, Mun, belo!ed daughter of lou and Mar nnt officer h II Lewis (on oitivc service ibroad), and loiing grandchild of Mrs H Lien hop, nangaloo Hat, aged 7 leir*. (Interred
priinteli on Noiimber 37)
LYDDON-On the Sth Noiember at IVekhpool ,
bli Mai tleirli loied onl) child of .Stan and Mu) I iddon, aged 14 months
Our lillie bud in heal en
MALE. -On the 21id Noitnibcr, at his residence
Clarendon street traill stnn kainui! the beloved husband of Winifred hcloied fattlir of lames, Mrs. Quinn (Qm-uislund), MM karl (Chelseu) lohn Mrs Slunlti (Hriglilon), Mr* lh«alom (Mooroobie), 1 ilwnrd Liorgc (on uctnc sc" »ice) and Samuel Henry, aged B4 years
McCLELLAND-On the 21st Noiember, at Dlrll
muría Willliim Mcclelland, late of Morr!*ons
oc,. 1 ii" mrs
McNEIL.-On the 7th Noiember, 1917 at No f
Hie terrace lremuntlc W A William hcloied lnibbind of I lorcnco Ida Mckell, mel loiing father of Norman, Ilcnr}, and I ileen Mary McNeil aged «J leire
MELLIS-On the Slst Noiember (siieldenli), at
li} ibrain Vlari Aim, elenrl} loud life of Alocan der Millis ue,eel lil }ears
NOLAN -On Hie 22nd November, at her resi
dence lord C1}de Bridget relict of Hie late lohn No1 in iinil loving mother of lonies, I dwin, and lohn, aged 70 leur* R I I*
NYE. -On the 19th November nt the Melbourne
Hospital (result of an occident), William the dearh loved husband of Sarah I Nie, Ii Chanel
1er s roid Malvern, und fond stcpfuthcr of Nurse Roach, Moonee Ponds
O'KANE.-On the 11th November Inné i ellet ot
Hie late Maurice 0 kane of Hoo«e}, ao }eirs Horn Drum dure Ireland
POLE.-Ou the »th October 1917 ut her late
residence Studlei Danall strrit, Dalmain hyd net, Man widow of tiie late Win Pole of Viol bourne and S)dne,i, and eldest daucjitcr of the late Willi nu and Llizabith I ors}th Belfield,
ROBERTS.-On the lSlh November 191", at ' Wv Krton Hills strut Ho« lie, x Inn I-Kui rill
eleni) lieloicd wife of William T Roberts and lou I mother of Percy (I on Ion) 1 Hld, and Graci, and Hie late Geo I Hoherl*
VI n't .
SMITH.-On the 29th Ixoiembcr at "Bronto *
Howell sticot Hammil Man widow of the late Hex Pcrev lenilhn,» Smith
TAYLOR-On the "lbt October Hilliard Hugh
tlied nt Cioneurri Oueen«Iin I bite of Hcceh worth nnd Cre«swe!l Downs Station Northern Ter lllori, Queensland Ti >cais fourth son of Hlchar i Tu lor, of Harcourt road Camberwell, n|_ed 19
TAYLOR.-On Hie 1«th Noiemlcr it Clone-urn,
Riehinl Hugh 11/lor, of Cresswell Downs, Noi Hu rn Tirrltort fourth 'on of Richard Tu lor (late of Beic'iwoi th) at,od 49
URQUHART.-On (he 10th Noiember, Mun
MeNair Ijrquliarl, of Cudgewu Lppcr Mur rai, iged 91 )cus
WASHINGTON -On tile "Trd Noiemlcr nt hi» late
rcMtdciicc Woodend lohn IM loi ed husband of the I ito Mun IS lillington II 1 P
WATSON -In fond and loving memnn oí
dear son in law, !.. Corp II T Watson, killed in nction, somcwbirc In 1 ranee on the 3rd Oclohcr lltir ncarl) two )cars service loving husband of Hub}, dear dadd} of little Jim und
Some time, some dnv our eves shall see Hie dear flee we hohl in inemor}
Vii I Christ «hnll link Die broken chain Still closer when we meet ngiin
-(Inserte 1 bv "VIr and Mrs ! lluilcv, 118 kent stree I Richmond )
WOLFE.-On Um 29ih Noiember 391", it Mor
xicll lllen the dearl) helmed wife of Thos Wolfi and loiing mother of Sim mid Hlcn _ I patient sulfcrer at rest
On Active Scrxlce.
BIRRELL.-I tribute to tile menior) of «at T li
Bindi of l\i)lio«villo, 29th Hilt who vv " st mt iiiron li killed b) sholl rire on Non
-I Ulli it Irenes Hood near Haupatune 1 nine e Sluceri frle ml of hut L V fetarr (VII) hie, ami Win larngon
\ bruie ion ig life nobli ended ..hep on hcioic sou! re t peaceful!!
lou haic not lost but conquered in tlie strife
lou xo s loivn us dutv's path, and fought through
To "louons hie
BIRRELL.-in lovjng memon of our dear nephew
mid cousin, bcre,ciuit loo Ilirrcil, killed in action in 1 i inn on 24th November 1910
In i heros travc he is l)ing
Somewiitri m 11 ince hi fill,
1 it tie wc thought vibiii ne parted,
It wolli 1 be our last firmelt
-(Inserir.! In Mi and Mrs kenworthy and famil) Ilemlik)
BRUCE.-In lo!in" memon of Private IVilliim
1-divaid V Ilruci deirl) loved son of Vin} Ger trude mil tin lite William Bruie, of Idilio'
Arness street North Carlton, who was killed ni action in 1-raiiii on 2Jrd of Novcmhcl, D10, brother of ( «nee OU, Mrs Miller, Ron, Girtv, Mm and I oma
lovid In all
FALCONER.- In loving memory of our old
fit nd Pte Arch 1 ilcouer who died at tie Militar) Hospita] Dciuiport, I ngluuel, Nouin
ker 21 1010
Aluals luppi and cheerful
VV ¡th a h irt that knew no fear, Hi went to face the hitlk
lor ill lie lene I -o dear
II» died us he kiel honoured an I heloicl In all
-(Inseited In Mr in I Mrs II 1" Hmtstnn mid f milli Ip) in t>nilli )
FALCONER.-A lubutc of lining remembrance
to l'liiutc liciiii I ilconcr died m hospita! 1) leiipnit cm Noi einher »1 1910 loving ncplicw nn 1 cousi i of I Woollc-nds and 1! 1 and N S Cla ridge
De ir Archie-Dccph regretted Ile steeps not in Ins native land,
IluL under foreign skiis
1 nr far front those who loved him,
III n heros (.rave lie lie«
One of Australia s noble sans
FLEETHAM, STABELL, ANDREW.—A tribute of
respect to the memory of our shopmates Private H. Fleetham, Corporal C. Stabell, Private S. Andrew, who have been reported killed in action.
They gave their best—their lives, their all.
—(Employees Wilson Bros. Pty. Ltd., North Mel-
KING.-In louie, meinorv of our eleir friend Pri
nie hil lie lune, lite «nth Ritt sth Brie,iide, died of wounds, Rouen Ho pital, 26th Noiember,
lud willi Hie morn those angel faces smile
Which I Itali loied long since und lost
-(Inserted b Mr anl Mrs A 7 Uherodgc uni firtiili traralgon Don, I ranee )
LATIMER.-In loving memory of my dear nephew
Lance Corporal Herbert Latimer, killed in action, November 14 1816, aged 23 years (Inserted bv his loving uncle and aunt, J and E Raw- ling Warracknabeal )
McMILLAN.-hi loung minion of Trooper'Nell
McMillan ITHi 1 Ii Reg who died of wounds at C iliipoli on 2JHI Noiember 191. Hie dearl) htjlovi 1 clde*t son of Mr lind Mrs It N Ikvlll
lui Vlurdikon uni brother of Queenie Rob,
Archie VI irion Hld I lore
McMILLAN.- \ tribute to the memon of nu dear
lill, Tioopii Nell Vlcllillun 11th light Horse ulio diel of weuneta reeciied at Gallipoli
x einher « 1911 (In. erteil Iv Roi Mel cn loti lltb !h,iit Hore)
OLLEY.-In loving memory of our dear son and
brother, Albert Arthur who was killed in action
November 25, 1916.
One who never turned his back, but marched
Never doubted clouds would break;
Never dreamed tho' right were worsted
Wrong would triumph, sleep to wake.
-(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and
PHAIR.-In fond memory of our son and brother
Private H. W. Phair (Harry) 22nd battalion A.I.F , who died of wounds received in action at Flets ? France on 24th November 1916 (In terred at ? Cemetery near Allhert ?, France )
He crowned his life with sacrifice
cherished ? by his mother, father, sisters, and
TROUNCE.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
son, brother and nephew Will killed in France 25th November 1916
Somewhere on France's lonely hillside,
Underneath the lonely sod Lies our darling Will
Resting in peace with God
-(Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother, brothers and sister, and Aunties M and C Uren )
TROUNCE-In loving memory of Gnr. W. G.
Trounce, killed in action in France, 25th No-
"Some day we'll understand."
-Inserted by his affectionate brother and sister- in-law, F. H. and N Trounce, Ivanhoe)
VICK.-In loving memor} of Sgt llhert I lie!
-Olh Battalion, xvho was killed In nction In Vlance on 23rd November 3010
He crowned lils life b) sacrifice
-(Inserted b) ids loiing parents sisters, and brothels Barnett street, kensington )
VICK-In loving memorv of our dearly loved
brother, Sgt A J I ick (Alhle) killed in action in 1 ranee, 23rd koieinbor 1910 hcloied son of lame* uni! lute Annie S ick kensington, beloicd c,raudson of P V id- nendie.o
-(Inserted lix his sisters nnd brothers )
VICK.- I tribute to the memon of tn) len dear
fiicnd s_r(ít i | iiek «lo ins killed in neuen In 1 ranee on Noiember 2J W10 (I L Scott Colai )
BENJAMIN. -In alTeeUoiulc rcniembiance of Dax M I
Benjiimln, who departed this life on Noiember 21,
I Ife s rice well run
Life s work well done,
/ Llfi s crown well won,
Then carne rest
BENNETT.- I« lot mp mernoo o' roy dear mother,
who passed ottat on tia 24th No\ember, 1910 (Inserted by M and \\ Myan, _ea )
BENNETT.-In loting memon of mv mother»
hrther Bennett, died November 24, 1916 On Borted ht B \ Bright )
BENTLEY.-In sad and lot mt; memort of our dar
ling Utile boj, Ilojil George Bentley, who de parted this life, result of accident on tia 13th .November, 1915 aged <I years and 0 months i No one knows how much t\c miss him, I None but a parent*- tongue can tell,
Oh, what hope lote, and jot
I les buried with our darling boj
Time may heal the broken hearted
Time maj make the wound less sore. But time will net cr cease the longing
For our darling Llojdle gone before
-(Inserted bj his sorrow i np parent», G and M Bentley, and little brother leo )
BLACK-In loving mpmorj of mt dear husband
and our dear father, Henn Black, who died at Woodfield, 25th Notcmber, 1910
Arain we hope to meet him
M hen our ila> of life has fled, .
And in hcat.n with jot to greet Mm,
Where HO farewell tears ore shed
-(Irsorted bj his lot ing wife and family )
BLACK.-In loving racmort of our dear father
Henrt Black, who parsed awa> (suddenly), at Woodfield, November 2>, 1010
We think of \ou, dear father
How we miss jou none tan tell .Til ead to think we lind to part _ Without a last farewell
-(Inserted bv his lot ing daughter and
law, Annice and Robert Kim,, and grandson
COAD - In loving memory of a dear husband and
father, Georg Coad, of Macorna, who passed away on 25th November, 1916.
They miss you most who loved you best.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing wife and family)
CURTIS-lu fonl remembrance of \rthur Henrt,
eldest win of Arthur toseph and Tc_sie Jane Cur tis of _-7 Coppin street 1 ast Ilichmond, who departed this life on 2_th Notcmber, 1001
'Soon we will meet to part na more -(Inserted bt his sorrowing ptrents.)
DAVIES- In loting memort of mj deailj lotcd
husband, Itor who j Hissed ittnj at 4 Notldf-i * M Park strtet St Kilda Not ember 24 1914 il«o William John who dictl at Marlborough Oc tober 9 1S95, Dat id ltor, died at Ilurghcrshoop, South Wnci, lulj -0 1014 and Harold 11 1, tiled of wounds at Houon I ranee, I ebruarj 15 1017, sons of the abote
'licad, kindlj light, amid the encircling gloom ' ^-(Iiisertcd bt then- loving family, Noddfa, * 122 Barker's road, Hawthorn )
ERROL.-In sad and loting niemorj of mv dear
husband, Lrnest who died 2_th .November, 1910,
Until the daj danns
-(Inserted bt loting wife and children )
HUNT.-In loting imcmorj of our dear mother,
Bridget Hunt, who died nt iii/« Ivgon Btreet, North Carlton November 25 IWi It I I' (In scrtcd bj Mrs Posner mid Mrs Andmon )
INGS-In fond and lo\ing memorv of our dear
mother M M \ Ingi» who passed awat at the Melbourne Ho. pi tal, 17th Notcmber, 3917
\ patient sufferer nt rcat
-(Inserted bj lier loting husband mid son)
ISAACS--in memort of irv belotcd husband nnl
our dear father \hrah im Isaacs who died it Bobe street st Kilda, on _Mili November 1J14
May his bowl re** in peace
-(Inserted bj his sorrowing wife and children ) JOHNSTON -In sid but loting memory of mt
dearly helot i I husband Peter lohnst nn late Pastor of 1 heilerer Church \ letona parade - (Inserted bj IIÍH loting wife Mnrj Taue lohn -ton and lotmg children-Mr« W Monro, Mrs I» Tjrcll Mis, T Sword, Mrs 1 Bennett Mrs I Simmon« Mill Munro, und Alice Johnson )i
Let nu die the diath of the rifehleou--, ind let mj la-it en I he like him
LAMONT.-In loting mernoo of mj dear husbind
lohn nuncan, who departed this lift ¡November 21, 1910
MOON -In lot in"? memory of Io«eph laurence
the dearlv belotcd hushind of Mnrj Anne ttla departid (lil* life ou _>th November, lOlfl
! »rowell mt husband dear, farewell.
Ad i LU to jon, adieu
\nd wt tour dearlt lotcd ones ill, Sij fun will, dear, to jon
-(Iiiiertcd It his loting wife and familt )
PFLEIDERER.-ln loving memory of our dear
friend, Mollie, who passed away on the 25th November, 1916, at Melbourne.
A memory clothed with praise and crowned
with love dieth not.
-(Inserted by her loving friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lugton, Brunswick.)
PFLEIDERER.-In loting remembrance of my dear
sister-in-law Mollie, who passed away on No-
vember 25, 1916.
Immaculate heart of Mary, -
Your prayers for her extol. O sacred heart of Jesus,
Have mercy on her soul.
-(Inserted by her loving brother-in-law and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Parker.)
PIETSCH- In sad and loting memory of mj dear
daughter anl our dtir _l»ter, Hubj, died 24th Not ember 1 HO also mv dear sou md our dear brother, Bert killed in lution 2flth August, 3910, also mt dear wife anl our dear mother, _ditd _4th \pril, 1017
""* lime mat soothe the broken hcirtcd
Tina mat make the wound le*.-) sore But tina can later stop the longing
bur our loved ones gone before
-(Inserted bj loting father, sisters, uni bro
PRATT.-lu lot nil'1 memort of our dear fnen I
Miss Annie Pr-ut, \ ho dcpaitcd this life on the 2UU Not ember, 1013
We who Uno von sadlj miss jou,
\n it ditvus another tear,
lu our lunch hours of thinking,
Thoughts of jon arc ctcr dear
Sleep on dear friend, and take tour rest, riirj misa ton most who lotcd jou best
lor eter with the lord
-(Inserted by a few of the oldest members of Scots Hall Social Improvement Society.)
RAWSON. -In loting niemorj of m j dear wife and
mother Lnmit Butt-on died at Tootsenij, No
\emb_r 2 ion
We bli ill find our IHIEMIIÍ' lotcd one lu the heateulj mansions lair
-(Inserted bj her louu¿ husband and daughters L Duthie boutli -lirra A tireeuttood, narai
SHAWBROOKE.-In loting memorj of mt den
sistci lillian Maud ami beloted mother of OI), i and Idhi, who depaited this life 21st
Not ember 191a
SHIELDS—In loving memory of our darling
Clarice who passed away on the 24th November,
aged 20 years.
No one knows how much we miss her.
None but aching hearts can tell;
How we long to hear the footsteps
And the voice we loved so well
(Inserted by her loving mother, brother and
sister, Jack and Azul)
SHIELDS — A tribute of memory to our loved
sister, Clarice(Clad), who passed away on the 25th November, 1916, at Melbourne.
A life made beautiful by kindly deeds, A generous heart for other needs.
— (Inserted be her loving sister and brother-in- law, Ben and Nance Woodhead, Jean and little Marjorie, Beechworth.)
SHIELDS — In loving memory of our darling sister,
Clarie, who passed away 25th November, 1916.
So soon her gentle spirit fled
To realms beyond the azure done;
With outstretched hands God's angel said,
"Welcome to heaven — home, sweet home".
— (Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in- law Z and I Ingram, Albert Park)
WATSON -lu lot mi, memory of mv dear husband
\Ifred who pissed pcuecfutlj attat on the 24th November, 11)10 at his late rcidciae, 41 Mekcit ¿a street We-Jt Urumwicl
Itocl of age-,, cleft for me
lact me hide m> elf m the.
-(Iii-ertcd hy lila loting wife and familj )
WILSON -In loting memort of I ort rude brincos
Wilson who departed tilt-» life aiulddilt ou tia 10th Notcmber ili04, it t-reviUc street Prahran (Insert«] by II 1 und A \ Wilson, Haere Mai, Murrumbeena )
CHANDLER.- Brother- and Sinters dojre to
1H\NK their Irien Is for their kind e\prc¡» sioiih of stmputhj reef it iii dun di, tlairiid belt n euc in tia loss of their sister
CHRISTMAS.-Mr and Mr« CHRISTMAS ^-«v I uiiilj desire to uturn their terv sincere
hurtful HUNKS to relations and mam kin I frit lids for tisits, letters card«, ami othei L\\I -iui a of stmpathj in the lov« of our dur sou, 1
\ itc Itolait (Iii tnidt, who w it, killed in action in 1 niiic on the -M>th Oetobtr, 101« -J Metona L,iott Auburn _J/11/I_ CONROY.-\lr_ CONUOV and Daughters desire
J tu lJHNlv their immy Uandi foi lind ex jires-ions of ¡>jmpjtht lettcre cird , teie_,riiiH, und visit- iccelied during tiuir icecut NU! be ituteinuic In the tleath of theil deirlj lotcd oulj Mil md brothel lient Win Conioj MC who diel of wounds in I mice on Oetibct 2 We Du 1 it Impossible to tin ni all pet ouallv, anil icque-it tlut ill fríe nds will acepL ibis hi tin »ti on of their fciiaere gratitude_M mil street, Kciialhi_
CUMING.-Mrs JIIOMAS cUUINd tenders her
bim ire HI \NltS to ull kmd irleuds aud mluh bourn for Jittei tilegrams uni tloral oiTcriii"_ during her recent bore it i nant ei-peeiillt thank inh Mrs M Brown, Miller street J Prulinii for munj_kin hiesseo __llalaclav i roi 1 J- mlflcld _ DARMONDY.-rho lannlt of the hite Mrs
DARMONDY desire to HI \NK ¡siiaciclt tiuir nittitj irltnda- for kind « \pr-_ *»ioiis ot Mmpathv
\isits letter" carls t tit grama rec i it ed during their ruent nul btnatcmeiit 'ioiiitrton_
DIXON -Mr und Mis I IRIS DINON and
Diughter desiii to etprci-. tin Ir heartfelt 1H\NKS to ila mutij friends anl rdatiteá, for tird" tolrgntuis, letter« and ti_its duiing their m I bcre_ttnvent owing to th. lo*s of their mit FOU Driver I (. Dixon of oth Held I nglnecrs No mi killed in uitim Sill Oetobci, 1017 it Dinsdale btreet, Alhert_IJarl________ EVEREST.-Mrs >\ I KRj-r and lamilj, of 1
Princos street, ^eddon desire to tender then heartfelt TIIVMCS io their mant fmnds and r_Ij tites for their kind csprcsslons of bjmpathj, \lslts letters curd« telenning JIHI lloral tributes re- ceived during theil recent bad btreatcmut also spcciillv thaul DP Downing und Dickson nurses ind doctors of Melbourne Hospital, foi theil tintir mg attention We lind it imposmblc to pre «ona lit thank all, and request that all friends will accept this slnccrc^iiUjinitiou_of_om c,raLCfui fcclfng_ FIELD.-Mr ^ P MUD, ' Ito oval c, ~C_ÏT
? dobolin N s walis and the 1 amily of Mr and Mr* M \ Holmes Glcnhowir, lied Hill, Mctoria desire to J HANK their maiij friends for telegrams, letters tloral tiibutes and other mun) e\picssioiis of sjrrpatht received on tho occisión of the kath of his wife md their daugli ter .OliAe_ FREAME.-Mr \uiil Mrs I Uti \MI of 2UJ X? lionne street Port Melbourne, de-sirt 11 I II VN It their kind friends und noi^hl ours for t Uits telce,nms mrds and other e\pr_sM0tis of st m I ithj 'ii their riecnt sad beromment in the lo-»s
i-f their trate soldier HING.-Mrs. F. G. HING, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Hing, M . _ ...
nul Mia Uobert Jiit,iipv m1 Mr ami Mrs J Bert Durna desire to lli\Nlv their many kin I fiund-i toi lotmg toi cn1* of _tmpithy rcecited duiing their icccut sid bcreitemcut in the loss of u lot
lug IIIIHIMWI SO» ami hi other Prit ile Iredciuk (.cori_c Bing killed in action October 7, HUT 97 Cjucensbcrrj st , Carlton
I BEREAVEMENT CABDS.
JAMES-The Kami!) of the late Mr*. IVVK
JAMES desire to ni INk their man) friend«! for various kind expressions of sympath) received ni their recent bereavement They spcdall) wish to thank Dr birt patrick for his unremitting at- tendance, and to the Bel I J Mcdill tor bl» icindl) ministrations during their mother's illness. "Meerrlmu," Birrcgvirra_ MAY.-Mrs MAI and family desire to THINK
their man) kind friends for expression of sjitipatb), visits, letters, cards, and telegram» in their recent sad bereavement. (Late) 111 Prince» st, Port Melbourne_ MONTGOMERY. - Mr. and Mr» MOJiTGOMbttY' .t'A and l'amll) desire to THINK their many friends for kind visits, later», and card» during their recent sad and double bereavement in the' loss of iheir two dear sons, llohcrt (Bob) «ml llcxonder, on actlie ten lee 39 Burnie street, North_ Melbourne_ Mr. and Mrs. ANDREW WHITELAW and
family desire to THANK their many friends un.l relations for lind «¡pressions of svmpatlii, litters, cards, telegram«, received during their riccnt »ad bcrcaxunent in the death of their lot rd !",','. V"' krother, Corporal Norman C Whitelaw, killed m action in I rame, October 4 IV e ti ne I .! "»Possible to perfonall) thank all, and rcque»t that all friends will accept this intimation of (heir sincero gratitude 110 lilchardson »treet, llhert Park _ MR. and Mrs. and Mrs. ALBERT YELLAND of Rocky Lead desire to THANK their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, and visits during their recent sad bereave- ment in the death of their eldest son and husband, Albert Yelland, killed in action in France Septem- ber 30. We find it impossible to personally thank all, and request that all friends will accept this intimation of their sincere gratitude. Mrs. Alfred Yelland, Rocky Lead. TI Til ¡mil Mrs p HYAMS nml 1 amity dcsln to
i_ r,"UK their manv kind friends for their
iislt*, letters, card*, and telegrama received during their sad bereavement In the loss of their eleir ron, l'rvitc IV llv ann, killed in action on the 4th October, cpociallv thanking Rabbi Dr Vbrahoni« nnd (lie Rev S VI solomon«, |_n Canning sheet. Nor! li Carlton bidno) and lelclaide papers please copi_*_'
"A fit omi Mrs II II ii HARRIS und 1 amllv desire -_L te, rctmn m Vx,hs (0 t|icir mam WlH| fr|cl"|, nuil relatives for their expression« of bimnatlii In visits, tolecranis, Idler«, and cards during their incut sail bereavement hi the death of their be ¡oreel ton and brother. Private «-luulcj Oliver Ilirrl», killed in uction in 1-rancc, beptember 27, 101_i "Sunimersidc," Mctealfe_ _ ]\rit und Mrs G 1 HATTON und 1-amlly de. ? . . ?'."? t» "press their THAVhS to Hie man) Hind friends for expressions of sjinpath), letter«, rlegram«, anil cards during our sad bcrcavemenl lu the Ios.1 of our «lenr son nnd broüier, Como sorgt llnjor VI 1! Hatton. VI M ind D C M , of 7 Vrgyle street, Moonee Ponds, I ic (West Australian tnel_Niw Smtll Willi* papers please cop) )
VfH und Mrs It HEARD und I amily desire to
-i»-», lender their slneere ITIANhS to their man) kind friends for ihH«, letters, cards, tele grams, uni oilier expressions of b)mpathv m the lo*s of their dear ton mid brother. Sergeant Harr) Heard killed in action, September 21), 1917 912 Drummond street North Curllo
II and Mrs J BELL and family desire
recent foil bereavement bl the death of their dr.. »on and brother, Private I C Bell who »»as killed
n action on tbe_4th October ___h"ant,nroo Ground
MR. JOHN GRAHAM and I amnr^iTerTo -»J- illVSk illili- mon) kind fruin!« for their visit«, tc1ie,iam«, letteis-, canis, and floral tri
bute* in Unir t id bereavement, espeilall) tkank nig Or Uuebaiiun, Mr Greig, anti Vlrs iliNamara
fe___ their 1 indues»_
MR mid Mr* CAMM desire to fllANk their
miiiiy fricnels for their visits, letters, and cards reeciicil during their -ii bereavement in the lo=s of the ir dear »on, Signullcr H Cumin killed in uction on October 1 Monbulk, November 12
M It and Mrs DOYLE and Tninllv, l'r-ihriii,
«leslie to return heaitfelt THVNKS to their main kimi friend* for visit", letters of simpatln, in the lev** cif our de tr son mid brother, Signaller hernani l)o)le, killed in I rmee October 1_
MRS POWELL nml Ihc Relatives of the hie
I HNLsl I POW 11 L desire lo express their sincere and heartfelt Jil INKS to their minv
friends foi their kind expressions of s)mpathi during llieir recent find bcrcaiement, csnccialli tie member» of the Carnation, Dahlia, anil Sweet Pel Soeicli, Siitoiinn Horticultural Socloti, Can tuhurt kew, llnliern liunlioe, lassenden mid Iiull.ir.it Horticultural Societies We find it Im pussibh to thanl eicb one in liiidiiillh ind re ipiest that oil friends will accept this intimation of our sincere gratitude Highfield road, 1 ast Ciltlherllcll_._ _ MRS. W. LYON desire* to tendel her heartfelt
TUVNkS to ker mun) llllul friend* also Metro politan Gas Compauv, and Rev Stevcicv, for theil «hid cxpicsbions of s)inpitb}, vlsils. letter« cards, lui tihgnms, that nile linds it imposible to lliank all personell), mid rce|iie«ta thut all will
ece pt this lntimution of sincere Krutituilo for .impltli} Icnelcrcil during her sad bercivcmcnt in tin demil (olliehllv leported killed in nition (le tober 9 1017) of lur clcarli beloicd hii-buid, Prl
xntc IV Lion, 21st Battalion 17 Page street, Albert Park_ MRS FRANK STEPHENS NS Mrs (Lcni)
VlcGLlNCUl V UllNk I alher* Houson ml lunn!, SI Joseph s, «-oulh S an i, LSI', for kin I ikils nnd simpithy, Ml** Sweep! their man» .neild* for flora! tributes, lettci« telegrams Pribran branch Red Cms*, ill the lo«« tin) sus tallied through their deir brother llhert (also sl_ilT_ Pribran 1'ollee) (Sulnei pipero io|n )
MRS I, BROOK nnd tamil», 9 ilorenee road.
Surre) Hills, desire lo return grateful TlllNIvS to their in ill) kind friends and lelattvcs for Ictteis, Hirds telegrams, phone, nnd lloril tribuir* lil their leccnl ml biriaicnient of the Io*s of dear »uahmel mid futhei Died, loth Noiember_ MRS L. SELLICK desires lo Til INK ker muiiv
friends and relalnei for lellcrs, cards, tele -lam«, und l'ouï tribute« mid tile manv expies sion« of H)nipitlii iccçivcel in her recent birthu iiienl lildrew-" Irvington, ' Canterbury road, lilntkbilrn_,__
MRS. F. STEPHENS und'llr* I, Mell! INC1I1 Y
desire to UlSMx theil- kind friends for let- ters, lekgtiinis, «le reeeiicel lu the lo«-» of their deni) loied onli brother llhert Williams cspc Lill) thanking Roi lather kenn), He» 1-atlier Hnniiiri, und___Tuhran lttel_Cro««__ocie___. NIBBS.-i- Mr li NIHIIS mel 1 nmily desire to i> TIIVNk their man) kind friends and relations for tbclr kind expressions of b}inpatll), te , during then ret cut sad beriavcmcnt_.
milk Daughter« of till lito Mrs. M. A. BELL
n to THINk their nuinerou« friends for _"_ . kind and tlioiifchtfiil exprcs«ions of S},n putbv und condolence in them recent bercnement. ''Hillcrest," _i'__so" street, List_Miil_.çr___.
VAUX.-Mrs S VUN, 1-nilli}, und sisters de
sire to rilVNh their m in) friends for their kunine«» nml bimpathi during their riccnt sad boriixeiivuil, Cbpcclallv thanklug Dr Lord and Mr Hu Iniobsoii Mill all friends and relative» iceipt this in ¡motion of our sincere gratitude.
'Bothwell " Oielong roiil, 1-iiolscrnv
/"?tOLl VRD-The rriends of the lite Miss NI All VJ (. Vltn COLL VRD ire rc*|icctfidl) invited to follow her i cluain i to the pine of interment, tho
' t kilda Cometen
The limerai Is appoint«! to move from her late residence, e.2 Blessington 't St Kilda, THIS DVl («jidirilii, koicmbel -4) it 10 30 o clock
ll'PS and SON« I nderllker* 1 Istern. ven ..ilSt klldi Phone 71 Wind li_ LAITY.- The V lionels of the kite Vii* I LI/ I
J Ililli Lilli arc repte tfiilh Informell that her remain» will be intern I in the Necropolis, Spruignle Hie feiner il willi eulo Hie iratdence of luí ion m law. Mr Win 1! Allen, _32 Tho (.range, last Maliern THIS 1)11, «I 3 o5 pul, and proceed to Caulfield nuliiai station thence to ccmcter) by mortual, trihi lmmg nt 2.0
V I KV1B0UI1), Uiidirtnkcr, Malvern, and Pral_raj___.cls _l_inef*or 17, Mai 1427_
All- -The I rienda of the late Mr SIMULL IIIIC ore rcbpcetfiill» inilu.il lo follow- his ¡nu o ||i_ plan of inlermint, the Irinkston W funcril will leave hi« htc nsidence Claren don strtil, 11 uikston, 'J HIS DVl (=lturdav, .Nov " IIICIOI°C "óllinll, Lndcrlal cr, Irinkston
Pi one 23 _ _ _ _ _
MATTHEWMAN -rrioii.Is of the bite Mr 10IIN
III Mil MITTIIIWMVN arc respectful.,» in vitiil le afollo»» bis unwin«, to Hie« place of inter mint, in" the Vlclbiiiirnc I eiicril ( emelcr)
Hie inner ii is ap|i.intil to lea c his rcidence, it (lorleni giou, Northoole THIS DU (Satureliii, .4th November) It liulf pn't Soi lock
Hl-NIIV I li LIWIS I ndcrloke-, 1.4 lolmston .turl 1 itrroi, 217 llic.li «trect, .Northcote 'Phono Cent TWO __t_ PATTISON -Hu 1 riends of.the 111! Sir. JL VI 111 HI (.COI C1 l'VIIISOV ue respectful!) lmiteel to follow bl* rcmilm to the place of In ti munt Hu llelloiirnc (encrai Cimctir)
Hie funeral will kau Ins mother s residence, C2 Hound in io iel, North Melbourne,'Io morrow (Sun dav 2,1b November 1917), et 11 o'clock
JOSEPH ALLISON, Lneleitaker, 1 rrol street, kor li Mell onrni Phone "al Central, and Moonee l'omis Ciihoue I 1 Vsiot)