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ANDERSON (nee McKellar). - On the 8th June, at Nurse Clark's private hospital, Herbert street,

North Carlton, to Sgt. and Mrs Rupert Anderson - a son (John Frederick).

BATSON (nee Vivian). - On the 10th June, at

Nurse Clark's private hospital, Herbert street,  

North Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs Arthur C. Batson

- a daughter (June).

BELL. - On the 9th June, at "Lorraine," 55 Wandin

road, East Camberwell, the wife of E.A. Bell - a daughter. BEYER (nee Elvie Kolle). - On the 10th June, at

their home (Glen Elvie), Leicester street, Preston,

to Mr and Mrs (Ted) E.R. Beyer - a

daughter - (Berenice Marcia).    

CASHMORE. - On the 12th June, at "Wynyate,"    

Ryeburn avenue, Upper Hawthorn, the wife of

W.Y Cashmore - a daughter.

CUMMING (nee Clarice Cuthbert). - On the 29th May, at "Calminda," Kerford road, Albert Park,  

to Mr and Mrs Cumming - a son (Rupert Alexander).

DOHERTY (nee Todd). - On the 1st June, at Rossmore private hospital, South Yarra, to Mr and   Mrs G. Doherty, of Garfield - a son.

EGLETON. - On the 14th June, at Sister Kendall's private hospital, "Conara," Kooyong road,  

Armadale, to Mr and Mrs Louis J Egleton - a son. JENNINGS. - On the 2nd June, at Nurse Granger's private hospital, "Alloa," Grant street,       Inglewood, to Mr and Mrs Alf. Jennings, Mysia

- a daughter.    

LAMONT - On 21st May at "Yootha," private

hospital, Warracknabeal, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Lamont, "Kildounan," East Cannum - a son    

(Hugh John Duncan).

LUKIES (Olive Hadley).—On the 27th April, at      

Nurse O'Rourke's hospital, Cobram, to Mr. and

Mrs. William C. Lukies, of Faversham, Katamite—a son.

MACGREGAN.—On the 31st May, at "The Lau- rels," Branxholme, to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mac-   

Gregan—a son (Ronald Frank).    

MASON.—At "Castruse," Londonderry, Ulster, to   Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason—a daughter. (By cable.)

McDONALD.—On the 29th May, the wife of Archi- bald T. McDonald, "Grosvenor," Condah—a son.

McGAHAN.—On the 17th March, at "Cadzow,"       private hospital, Seymour, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J.     McGahan, Mount View, Glenaroua—a daughter.  

McPHERSON (nee Marion Hackett).—On the 7th June, at "Abbotsleigh," private hospital, Horsham, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. McPherson— a son (Cyril John Bennett).

NEVIN (nee Lillian Gardiner).—On the 3rd June      

(King's Birthday), at their home, 107 Errol   street, North Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. Con Nevin—a son (George Gardiner).    

NICOL.—On the 5th June, at Nurse Earle's, Warr-     nambool, the wife of J. J. Nicol, Dalgangle, War-

rong—a daughter.  

OGILVIE.—On the 1st June, at "Merioola," Mans-    

field, the wife of George C. Ogilvie—a daughter.    

PINKERTON.—On the 30th May, at No. 7 Kingsley   street, East Camberwell, the wife of W. L. Pin-

kerton, of Wangaratta—a son.

PLUMB. - On the 1st June at Quisisana Hospital, Windsor, the wife of V. J. Plumb—a daughter. PRITCHARD (Sans Wallace). - On the 23rd May,

at Warminster, England, the wife of Major J.  

Pritchard, A.I.F. - a son.    

RATCLIFFE.—On the 6th June, at Nurse Lavar's    

private hospital, Otway street, Ballarat, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ratcliffe, Gnarr street, Ballarat  

—a daughter (Alison Ruth).

RILEY (nee Maud Greed).—On the 28th May, to    

Mr. and Mrs. E. Riley, of 12 Fitzgerald street, South Yarra—a son (Thomas George). Both

well.

SCALES. - On the 21st May, at "The Willows,"      

Toora, the wife of J. Scales - a daughter.

SMITH. - On the 23rd May, at "Clyde," Belmont Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Smith - a daughter (Lesley Bradley).

STARLING. - On the 6th June, at "Birtle," private

hospital, Sutherland road, Armadale, to Mr and     Mrs J.H. Starling, of "Palmerston," Orrong   road, Armadale - a son.

STEELE. - On the 5th June, at Kenyu Estate, Burrowa (N.S.W.), the wife of Walter Colville  

Steele - a son.

STRINGER (nee Elsie Evans).—On the 8th June,    

at "Stanage," Miller street, North Fitzroy, the   wife of Alf. J. Stringer (late A.I.F.) — a son         (Ronald Alfred).

THOMAS.—On the 10th June, at Nurse Webb's   private hospital, Foster, the wife of W. R.     Thomas, Toora—a daughter. Both doing well.

TRALFORD-FOSTER (nee Daisy Donaldson).—On      

the 11th June, at "Rossmore" private hospital,

South Yarra, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Tralford-Foster  

—a son (Allan).

TRAVIS. - On the 8th May, at Sydney, the wife of

J. Travis (late of Brunswick) - a daughter (Merleen May).  

TREWICK. - On the 30th May, at Nurse Russell's

private hospital, the wife of Thomas M. Trewick, of Finley - a daughter (Lesley Mary).

TRINNICK. - On the 23rd May, 1918, at "Rossmore" private hospital, Adams street, South   Yarra, to Mr and Mrs Leslie J. Trinnick, of   Hampton - a daughter (Joyce Mable).

TURNLEY. - On the 29th May 1918, the wife of

G. Turnley, Munster avenue, East Caulfield - a son.

VICTOR (nee Muriel Farley).—On the 12th June,  

at 49 Clarke street, Prahran, the wife of Sapper E. R. E. Victor, A.I.F., in France—a daughter     (Betty Selina). Both well. (Adelaide papers please copy.)    

VINES.—On the 7th June, at The Cottage, Terin-   allum, Pura Pura, to Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Vines       —a daughter.  

WALKER.—On the 6th June, at Mrs. Bagnell's       private hospital, Benalla, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walker—a daughter (Lorna Rose).  

WATERFIELD (nee Stella Sandy). - On the 3rd June, at Banzai, Stawell, the wife of Alfred Waterfield - a daughter.

WEBSTER (nee Clarice Sheehan). - On the 6th

June, at Guildford private hospital, Shepparton,     to Mr and Mrs G.A. Webster - a daughter. Both well.

WILKINSON (nee Jones). - On the 8th June, at Edlington, Auburn, to Mr and Mrs Reg Wilkinson,     son, of Currajong road, Auburn - a son (Douglas

William).      

MARRIAGES.

ANDERSON—STEIGENBERGER (Silver Wedding).    

—On the 14th June, 1893, at Waranga, by   the Rev. Wm. Chapman, William Albert,  

eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson of   Mooroopna, to Annie Emeline, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Steigenberger, of Waranga. ASHTON—WINNICOTT.—On the 30th March, 1918,

at St. George's Church, Geelong, by the Rev.       J. Hastie, John William, eldest son of Mr.   and Mrs. J. W. Ashton, Maryborough, to Jessie Florence, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Winnicott, Newtown, Geelong.  

CLARK—SCAMMELL.—On the 10th June, at St.

Catherine's, Elsternwick, Captain G. H. Clark,     eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Stead Clark, of Adelaide, S.A., to Phyllis, third daughter of Mr.       and Mrs. Austin Scammell, Downshire road,

Elsternwick.    

CRUTCHFIELD - GILLESPIE. -- On the 22nd April,

at Scots Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Borland,   Sergeant Philip M. Crutchfield, A.I.F., to Erskine Maybell (Essie), eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gillespie,  

Camberwell.

DALE - CAMERON. - On the 3rd April, at

"Lochiel," Mansfield, by the Rev. R. Thom,     Richard A. Dale, of Jamieson, to Janet M.,   youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. D. F. Cameron,     "Lochiel," Mansfield.  

FOZARD - RYALL. - On the 18th May, 1918, at St. Luke's Church, South Melbourne, by Rev. D.   Ross-Hewton, William Henry (late sergeant,     A.I.F.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fozard, of Bendigo, to Violet Charlotte, only daughter   of Mr and Mrs Wm. Ryall, of 362 Park street, South Melbourne. Present address, 168 Rowan   street, Bendigo.  

HEATHCOTE - CLARK. - On the 18th May, at St.

Paul's Church of England, Frankston, by the             Rev. J. McFarlane, Robert B., second son of Mr     and Mrs Rowland Heathcote, of Essendon, to

Ivy F., eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. John

Clark "Homewood," Langwarrin.

HICKEY - GUARAN. - On the 8th May, at St.

Mary's Catholic Church, St. Kilda, by the Very Rev. T. Lynch, assisted by the Rev. W. O'Sullivan,     B.A., Glenloth V., M.B.B.S., elder son of     Mr and Mrs. J. Hickey, Dirranbandi, Queensland,   to Rita, youngest daughter of Mrs. Rita and the   late Patrick Guaran, St. Kilda. Present address,   Winton, Herries street, Qld.

HICKMAN - EMANUEL. - On the 6th March, at the Synagogue, St. Kilda, by Rev. Jacob Danglow,   M.A., Samuel Leonard, youngest son of Mrs C.   and the late E. L. Hickman, of "Milleon,"   Norman avenue, Hawksburn, to Truda, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs T. D. Emanuel, of  

"Normanhurst," Pollington street, St Kilda.   At home 30th June "Oulton," Oulton street,

Caulfield.  

HOLM - GOODES. - On the 27th April, 1918, at St.

Stephen's, Richmond, by the Rev. S. Deuchar,     Ethel, the only child of Mr and Mrs I. Holm,       to Pte. C. J. Goodes, Corowa, N.S.W., the son     of Mrs McQueeney, Urangeline, N.S.W.        

HORAN - FROST. - On the 27th April, at St. Joseph's R.C. Church, Northcote, by the Rev.  

J. Murphy, P.P., Edmund James, only son of   Mr and Mrs M. Horan, of Tongue street, Seddon, to Annie Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr and    

Mrs Wm. Frost, of Mansfield street, Thornbury.  

HUNTER - NUTTALL. - On the 2nd April, 1918, at

Surrey Hills Methodist Church, Victoria, by the   Rev. J. Thomas, M.A., Arthur Elgin (of Royal   Australian Engineers) fourth son of the late Rev.

R. Morris and Isabel Hunter, of Victoria and South Australia, to Eva Maud, youngest daughter of the late John and Ellen Nuttall, of Brighton   and Prahran, Victoria. Present address, "Elgin,"           Prince's street, Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania.

JONES - PIKE. - On the 7th May, 1918, at St.

George's Church, Malvern, by the Rev. B.C.A.   Eva, Th.L., assisted by the Rev. W.T. Roach,         L.Ph., Robert Grosvenor, second surviving son

of the late Robert Jones, of Manchester, England, to Ruby Leonora Kathleen, only daughter   of the late Percival Pike, of Melbourne, Victoria.

KING - MARK. - On the 27th April, 1918, at "The Rock," Rex, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. King, of "The Rock," N.S.W., to Enone, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W.O. Mark, "Kaluha," Ivanhoe, Melbourne.

DAWSON - BLACKIE. - On the 11th May, at the

Forest Street Congregational Church, Bendigo, by the Rev. L.W. Lee, Roy, youngest son of Mr and Mrs C.W. Dawson, of East Malvern,

to Madge, second daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Blackie, Bendigo.

LLOYD - HYAMS. - On the 10th April, by special

license, in London, Wilfrid Ivan (A.I.F.), younger

son of Mr and Mrs Felix Lloyd, of Nyora, Mont

Albert, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr and Mrs S. Hyams, of Mervan road, Brixton, London, S.W.

NELSON - BROWNE. - On the 16th May, 1918, at

St. Paul's Church of England, Warragul, by the Rev. Leonard Nancarrow, Dudley, eldest son of   Mr and Mrs Geo. Nelson, of Wright street

East Prahran, to Dorothy, second daughter of   Mr and Mrs Robert Browne, of Buln Buln,  

(late Elsternwick), granddaughter of the late Honourable Thomas Browne, of Hobart (Tas.).

SHEPHERD - STEVENS. - On the 11th May, at St.

Paul's Church, Malvern, by the Rev. W.G. Ivans, William John, eldest son of Mr and Mrs

Shepherd, Moreland, to Alice Muriel, daughter of

Mrs Stevens, Bailey avenue, Malvern, and the

late W.R. Stevens, Frankston. Address 84 Harding street, Coburg.

TATE - ATHELSTANE. - On the 20th April, 1918,

at the Canterbury Congregational Church, by       the Rev. R.A. Roberts, Herbert A.L., eldest         son of Mr and Mrs J. Tate, Essendon (late of "Pleasant Vale," Digger's Rest), to Edith Mary,

elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Athelstane, of Lang Lang.

MARRIAGES.

TAYLOR - PEARCE. On the 2nd February, 1918,

at the Burke road, Balwyn, Methodist Church, by the Rev. J. Thomas, B.A., Robert Alexander,     eldest son of Mrs F. Taylor of Balwyn, to Gladys Helena, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R.H. Pearce, of Harcourt street, Auburn. Present   address, Brunel street (next tennis-court),   East Malvern. At home Wednesday, 19th June.  

THORNHILL - COXON. - On the 30th April, 1918,

at St. Andrew's Kirk, Ballarat, by the Rev.   John Walker, William John, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. Thornhill, St. Kilda, to Hannah, youngest daughter of Mr and the late Mrs John Coxon, "The Hummocks," Casterton. Present address, Maryborough. At home June 20.    

DIED ON SERVICE.

ALLISON. -Killed in action, somewhere in France,

on the 1st June, 1918, Private Norman John Allison, of the 28th Batt., 7th Brigade, A.I.F.,    

eldest son of Mrs. W. G. Stubberfield (Perth, W.A.), and the late George Allison, and grandson     of John Allison, of 94 Victoria street, Richmond. ALLOWAY. -Officially reported killed in action  

19th May, Private A. Alloway, 22nd Battalion, beloved husband of Annie and loving father of Sylvia, of Lang Lang, also brother-in-law of     Trooper A. Sherriff, on active service abroad.

A noble life ended.

ANSON. - Officially reported killed in action 21st May, 1918, Private Charles Anson, dearly loved youngest son of Mr and Mrs Geo. Anson, Mooroopna, loving brother of George, Jane (Mrs D. Alexander), Edward (returned wounded),   Violet, and Daisy, aged 29 years.  

Had He asked us well we know,

We would cry, Oh, spare that blow!"   Yes, with streaming eyes would say,

Lord, we love him, let him stay."  

Thy will be done.

ARTSO. - Died of wounds, May 18, 1918, at the

2nd Casualty Clearing Station, France, after   two and a half years' service, Pte. Edward Harold Artso, 29th Batt., 8th Brigade, dearly loved second and youngest son of the late Phillip   William Artso and Mrs H. Scarborough,    

Warrnambool.

BARTON. - Died of wounds, May 19, 1918,    

Signaller Walter Gourlay Barton, of the 22nd     Battallon, loved nephew of Mr and Mrs Tom Marecroft, of "Rodney," Wedderburn, aged 20 years.

Pro patria.

BARTON. - Died of wounds, May 19, 1918, Signaller

Walter Gourlay, 22nd Battalion dearly loved only   son of Mr and Mrs Wm. Barton, 36 Irving avenue, Armadale (late of Allans Flat), also   beloved brother of Dorothy and Sylvia.

Duty nobly done.

Loved by all who knew him.

BONELLA. - In sad and loving memory of my

dear brother, Pte. J. H. Bonella, who died of wounds on the 24th of May, 1918, at the 26th   General Hospital, France, after 3 years and 5

months' service.

A soldier and a man.

-(Inserted by his loving sister, N. Needham.)  

COLEMAN. - A tribute of love and honour to

Private Charlie D. Coleman, who died at 20th Casualty Clearing Station, June 3, 1918, loved eldest son of Mrs K. Coleman, Palmerston street, Carlton, also our other four brave scholars and church workers who have been killed on active service, Privates T. Nesbitt, James Revell, Cecil Silver, and Harold Gray.

One by one they cross the river.

-(Inserted by members of Carlton Congrega- tional Church Soldiers' Comfort League.)

COURTNEY. - Killed in action, April 7, 1918 (pre-

viously reported missing), Flight-Lieutenant   John Clarson Courtney dearly loved eldest son of Mr and Mrs R M Courtney, Manly, N S.W , and grandson of the late Rev John Clarson Courtney, Dublin University, Ireland.

DURHAM. - A tribute of love to our dear friend

Sergt. Chas. J. Durham, killed in action in France, May 12, 1918. (Inserted by the old

S.E.C. girls.)  

FRASER. - Officially reported killed in action, 19th

May, 1918, Private J. Lyle Fraser, 22nd Battalion,   loved son of Margaret Fraser, "Delawarr," 30   Fulton street, East St. Kilda, dear brother of   Edward, Florence, and Jean (Mrs F.T. Gray).    

FRASER. - Died of wounds in France on May 19,  

Private Walter Fraser the beloved fifth son of   Hugh Fraser (baker), 173 High street, Kew, and loving brother of Hugh, Tom, Charles (on active service), George, Henry, Donald, Alice, and

Violet.

HARGREAVE. - Officlally reported died of wounds

at 61st Casualty Clearing Station, France, admitted May 19, 1918, Ernest Walter (Jerry),   dearly loved fourth son of Mrs A. M. Hargreave, of 24 Charnwood crescent, St Kilda, and   of the late W.L. Hargreave (V.W.S. Survey),       after three years' service, aged 24 years 11 months.

HARGREAVE. - Officially reported died of wounds    

at 61st Casualty Clearing Station, France, admitted May 19, 1918, Ernest Walter (Jerry),   loved brother of Thomas (Sydney), William (N.S.W.), Richard (W.A.), Helen, Stella, Mrs.       Alice Church, Sister Effie (London), and Leslie   (A.I.F., France), after three years' service, aged      

24 years 11 months.

LOCKWOOD. - A tribute to the memory of Private

Alf. Lockwood, killed in action May 19, after two years' service, aged 19 and a half years.

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

-(Inserted by his friends of Foy and Gibson's Hosiery Mills.)  

LOWRY. - Killed in action somewhere in France,

on May 28, 1918, Driver Albert Garnet (Bert), 1st Battery, 1st Field Artillery Brigade, the dearly   loved only son of A. and E. Lowry, Aberdeen, 48 Wheatland road, Malvern, and devoted brother of Esme, Norma, and Connie, after three years'    

active service.

MADIGAN. - In sad and loving memory of my dear  

son and brother, Private Richard Madigan, late of Golden Point, Chewton, officially reported   killed in action somewhere in France on the 31st May, 1918, after two years' service, aged 20 years.  

He loved honour more than he feared death

-(Inserted by his loving father, sisters, and

brothers.)  

METTAM. - Killed in action in France, May 15, 1918,.

Lieut. A. F. (Bert) Mettam, 7th Battalion dearly   beloved youngest brother of Mrs W.J. Murray,   Royal George Hotel, Donald; and Charles Mettam (returned), Royal Comic Opera Co.,    

Melbourne.

Deeply regretted. Thy will be done.

MILES. - A token of love to the memory of my dear

friend, Lieut. H. F. Miles (Eric), 39th Battalion, A.I.F., who was killed in action on May 8, 1918.

A hero and a man.

-(Inserted by V. Lingham, Ballarat.)  

MILLER. - A tribute of love to the memory of

Private Jack C. Miller, 7267, 21st Battalion, who was killed in France, 19th May, 1918.

He did his duty.  

-(Inserted by his loving friend, Bessie Andrews, Robe street, St. Kilda.)  

NATHAN. - A tribute of love to our late brother,

Acting Corporal Myer Nathan, who died of wounds in France 23rd May, 1918. (Inserted by   the officers and members of the Loyal Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. 2, P.A.F.S., Port Melbourne.)    

NEWBOLD. - Died of wounds June 8, 14th Battalion,

Frank Newbold, third son of Mr and Mrs   H. Newbold, 34 Dover street, Richmond, loving brother of Mrs Radford, Mrs Parker, Mrs. Strugnell, Elizabeth, Henry, James, Mrs Stagoll, Cyril, and Irene.

Duty nobly done.

NEWBOLD. - Frank Newbold, beloved husband of

Margaret, Queensbery street, North Melbourne, died of wounds June 8; also loving father of little Frank, fell fighting after two and a half years  

for his country.

POWELL. - Killed in action in France, May 31,

1918, Geo. W. Powell, aged 19 years, beloved and only son of Mrs N. and the late George W. Powell, brother of Mrs S. G. Robertson of     Adelaide, also Vera, of 38 Gertrude street, Fitzroy.  

He saved others, himself he cannot save.

PRIMROSE. - Killed in action 4th June, Leslie

John (Flight Lieutenant, 2nd Squadron), dearly loved and only son of J. and K. Primrose, and loved brother of Nellie and Retta, "Como,"   Nolan street, Ballarat.

Our darling Les.

For God, home, King, and country.  

PURNELL. - Officially reported killed in action,

on 29th May, 1918, Sergeant Harry W. Purnell (of 105th Howizter Battery), second son of Councillor Robert Purnell M.L.A., and Mrs Purnell,   of Hermitage road, Newtown, Geelong. Three years active service.  

REDDISH. - Died of wounds somewhere in France

on 31st May, 1918, Pte. George Valentine (14th Batt.), dearly loved husband of Elizabeth (nee   Chisholm), loving father of Ewen and Phyllis, aged 29 years.

God grant us the victory,  

That his death be not in vain.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and children, 40

Hambleton street, Albert Park.)  

RILEY. - Killed in action 31st May, Private Arthur

T. Riley, 14th Battalion, only son of Thomas and Mary Riley, Glenhuntly road, Elsternwick.   Staffordshire papers please copy.

RUDDUCK. - Died of wounds in France, 5th June,

Lieut. Joseph John, dearly beloved youngest son of Nelson and Jane Rudduck of Dromana, loved brother of Jane, Samuel, Fredrick Henry, Edith,     Ernest (on active service), Violet, and Ruby,  

aged 28 years.

SMEETON. - Killed in action 14th May, Sergt.

J.E., dearly boloved son of Emily, East St. Kilda;     dear brother of Will, Mrs Geo. Bird, Alf (Albury), Mrs. J. Keith, and Ernie.  

We pictured his safe returning,  

'Twill be in a better land.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, sisters, and

brothers.)

SMEETON. - Officially reported killed in action,

France, 14th May, 1918, Sergeant John Edward   Smeeton, dearly loved son of Mrs Smeeton, Malakoff street, St Kilda; also dearly loved fiance     of Lorna Smiley, Inkerman street, St Kilda.

How can a man die better than by facing; fearful

odds,  

For the ashes of his fathers and the temples

of his Gods.  

Sadly missed.

SMITH. - A tribute to the memory of our dear

cousin, Corp. Roy Smith, killed in action in France on 19th May, 1918. (Inserted by his cousins, Florrie and Ella, Janfield Lea, Findon street, Hawthorn.)    

STAFF. - Officially reported killed in action somewhere

in France, May 19, No. 6,900, Private   Charles Robert Staff, aged 19.

Only a boy, but undertook a man's duty.

Loved by all who knew him.

-(Inserted by his loving sister Lena, Lilydale.)   STAFF. - Killed in action, France, on 19th May,    

1918, Pte. Charles Robert Staff, son of the late Mr L. Staff, of Woods Point, and Mrs Staff, of   Tiernan street, Footscray, aged 19 years.  

"For King and Country."   -(Inserted by his loving mother.)  

STAFF. - Killed in action, France, on 19th May,  

1918, Pte. Charles Robert Staff, the beloved brother of Ruth and Jack.  

"Ever in our memor."

STOBO. - Killed in action, 19th May, 1918, Private

Hugh Stobo, only son of the late Hugh Stobo, lost s.s. Keilorwarra and Lilian Tribe, Belgrave,   loving husband of Rubins Stobo, also loving     brother of Emily, Jennie Frank (on active service),     Horace, Nell, and Marion.  

My son.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, brothers,

and sisters.)  

STORR. - ln loving memory of our dear son 1,617,

Cpl. J.L. Storr, 22nd Batt., 6th Brigade (late of     Glen Wills) who gave his life on May 23, after   more than three years service loving brother of 1,751, Cpl. R.A. Nicholson, (24th Batt., 6th   Brigade, killed August, 1916), Les (on active service,     gassed), Nina, Myra, and little Don.      

Our Anzac heroes.

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.

DIED ON SERVICE.

TAYLOR. - Officially reported killed in action on

20th May, Flight-Lieutenant Albert Lawrence     Deane, dearly loved and only surviving son of   Mr and Mrs C. Taylor, loving brother of Stephanie,   aged 21 years. (4 Ferguson street,     Williamstown.)  

WATSON. - A tribute of love to the memory of

11,911, Sgt. J.R. Watson (Jack), "Markinch,"   Gordon street, Brighton Beach, 15th Battery, Field Artillery, died of wounds, June 5, 1918, the esteemed and honoured friend of Jean and   Elsie, Kensington.

WINTLE. - On the 12th June at Caulfield Hospital,

result of wounds received Pozieres, France, 1916,   Thomas dearly beloved son of Joseph and Christiana Wintle, of Malvern loved brother of Mrs.   Austin, Mrs Wilson, Mrs. Brown, Dick, Andy, Joe, Ern, and Jack (on active service). No

flowers.

A soldier and a man.

WINTLE. - On the 12th June, at Caulfield Military

Hospital, our dear pal, Private Tom Wintle,

original 8th Battalion.

After long, patient suffering -(Nellie, Reene, and Brownie.)  

WORLEY. - Killed in action in France 19th May,

Pte. Walter Ward, dearly beloved husband of Maud B. Worley, 9 Cardigan place, Albert Park.

Fold him, O Father, in Thine arms,  

And let him henceforth be

A messenger of love between

Our human hearts and Thee.

WORLEY. - Killed in action, on the 19th of May,

somewhere in France, Private Walter Worley.  

Duty nobly done. At rest.

Duty called him, he was there, To do his bit, and take his share;

His heart was true, his spirit brave. His resting place a hero's grave.

Sometime with tearless eyes. We'll see and understand; In the home over yonder.

-(Inserted by his friend, Frank Youl, South Melbourne.)  

WORLEY. - Killed in action somewhere in France,  

on 19th May, 1918, Private Walter Ward, No. 3,356, dearly loved nephew of Walter and Nurse   Worley, cousin of Leonard and Dorothy, "Lendoris,"   Moreland, aged 27 years and 11 months.      

One of the best, a loving nephew,

A cousin kind and true,

So dearly loved, so sadly missed

By everyone he knew.

DEATHS.

AVERY. - On the 8th June at his residence, 328

Chloride street, Broken Hill (suddenly), Charles     Frederick, dearly beloved husband of Mary Frances     Avery, and loving father of Sydney (on active service abroad), Frederick, Millie, and Ernest,   aged 46 years (late of Essendon).    

BAKER.- On the 12th June, Euphemia Baker, of

"Coupar Angus," Thomas street, Black Rock, the   eldest daughter of the late Captain and Mrs H. F. Baker, of Ballarat Observatory. (Private interment on 14th.)  

BARNARD. - On the 7th June, 1918, at "Rona,"

43 Power street, Hawthorn, Elizabeth Ellen,   dearly beloved wife of the late Alfred Barnard, and loving mother of Edith (Mrs Frank Shier, Ballarat), Ernest, Mabel (Mrs Arthur Knight, Horsham), Maud (Mrs Jack Hackett), Arthur (on active service), Hilda (Mrs. Donald McBean), and Celia, aged 67 years. A colonist of 63 years, (Privately interred on the 8th inst.)  

Deeply mourned.

BARTON. - On the 12th June of whooping cough,

following on infantile paralysis William George (Bill), dear second son of William George and Belle Eulalie Barton, Stony Creek, South Gippsland,   aged 4 years 4 months.  

BLANSHARD. - On the 11th June, at her residence,

Claremont, High street, Prahran, (suddenly) dearly loved grandma of Alan McCrindle, Muriel and Keith Ralston, Jack, Bruce, and Raymond

Furneaux.  

To know her was to love her.

(Western Australian papers please copy.)  

CLEGHORN. - On the 14th June, at the residence

of her son-in-law, Noble Powell Ascotvale, Helen,     relict of the late Arthur Cleghorn, and beloved mother of Mrs Noble Powell James Cleghorn (N.Z.), and the late Mrs R. Burns Cuming, in   her 89th year. (Private interment.)  

COFFEY. - On the 14th June, at his residence, St.

Cecilia, 71 Westbury street, East St. Kilda, William     Patrick, beloved youngest son of Mrs Coffey  

of Lennox street, Richmond, and the late James B. Coffey. R. I. P.

COFFEY. - On the 14th June, at his residence, St.

Cecilia, 71 Westbury street, East St Kilda, William Patrick, beloved youngest son of Mrs   Coffey, of Lennox street, Richmond, and the late James B. Coffey. R. I. P.

DALGLIESH.- On the 14th June, 1918, at Ballarat,  

Archibald John Dalgliesh (late of Lake Bolac), in his 80th year.

"Thy will be done."

DOBSON. - On the 8th June, at Dr Moore's pri-

vate hospital, Melbourne, Joseph (Joe), beloved   husband of the late May Dobson, son of the late James and Mary Dobson, Geelong; son-in-law of     the late Thomas and Susan Sloan, Hamilton.

Re-united.  

And those angel faces smile,

Whlch we have loved long since, and lost

awhile.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing sisters-in-law,     Susie, Annie, and Minnie Sloan, "Whinhill,"  

Hamilton.)  

EDWARDS. - On the 12th June at "Carrington,"

Bowen street, Glenferrie, Ada May, eldest daughter of Margaret and the late Edmund   William Edwards. (Interred privately.)    

FARMER. - On the 14th June, at Melbourne Hospital,

Ada, dearly loved second daughter of the   late William Joseph and Mary Farmer, of Bendigo     and Boolara ,aged 28 years. (Private interment,   Ballarat Old Cemetery.)    

FORSTER. - On the 12th June, at Riverslea, Maylands,

W.A., Mary Helen, wife of G.C.D. Forster,       and younger daughter of the late Charles   and Helen McDougall, 3 Park street, Brunswick. GILLESPIE. -- On the 14th June, at her residence,

2 Alma road, Camberwell, Eliza Jane, relict of the late John Gillespie, loved mother of William, Robert, John, Samuel, James, and Mrs. W.   Owen, in her 83rd year.

At rest.

HICKEY. - On the 9th June, at his residence, Sturt

street, Echuca, Patrick, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Hickey, and loving father of Andrew, James, William, Edward, Mrs T. Kelly, and Eileen, also loving uncle of Mona. Native of Craige, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland. Arrived in Victoria 1856, aged 82 years. R.I.P.       HODGSON. — At "Yawong," 15 Taylor street,

Moonee Ponds, Jane, relict of the late W. M.   Hodgson, merchant, Cope Cope, the beloved mother of Mrs. Jeffery, (Moonee Ponds), Mrs. Edwards (Werribee), Mrs. Paxton (Kensington), John Hodgson (Cope Cope), Mrs. Marshall (New Zealand), Mrs. Walls (New Zealand), Mrs. Nattrass (Essendon), Mrs. Templeman (St. Arnaud), Mrs. Blenkiron (Beechworth), Mrs. Ley (Middle Brighton).

"A patient sufferer at rest."  

HUNGERFORD (McCullough). - On the 12th June,

John Henry, the beloved husband of Maud, of 122 Surrey road, South Yarra, and father of Cedric, Sylvia, Doris, Ena, George, and Leslie, late of St. Kilda, and eldest son of Mrs. McCullough, of Armstrong street, Middle Park. (Private in-

terment).

HUNGERFORD (McCullough).-- On the 12th    

June, at Heatherton, John Hungerford, beloved eldest son of Mrs. M. J. McCullough, of Middle Park, and brother of Bertha (Mrs. Cazaly), Her- bert, William Harold, and Beatrice.  

Peacefully sleeping.    

JOHNSON. - On the 13th June, Gordon Beaumont

Johnson, dearly loved eldest son of Jessie W. and the late Thomas Beaumont Johnson and loving brother of Mrs Kirkbride and Roy Brook Johnson, late of Omeo, Gippsland, aged 33 years. (Private interment, Brighton Cemetery.)  

KERR. - On the 13th June, at private hospital,

Ringwood, James, the dearly beloved husband   of Elizabeth Kerr of Pine Cottage, Dorset road, Croydon, and loved father of Elizabeth (Mrs   Wheeler), William, Joseph, Alice (Mrs. Young),

James, and Annie (Mrs Warwick), aged 73 years. A colonist of 51 years.

KOOP (nee Riordan). - On the 12th June at Lockhart,

N.S.W., Elizabeth (Bessie), third daughter   of Mrs and the late D. C. Riordan, 6 Thomas street, Richmond. R.I.P.  

MACKIE. - On the 12th June, 1918, at Newstead,

Charlotte Henderson, the beloved wife of the late John Mackie, and much loved mother of Non (Mrs Hansen) and May Mackie, also of the late Daisy and Ramsay Mackie, aged 62 years.

Peace, perfect peace, with loved ones far away, In Jesu's keeping we are safe and they.

MALONEY. - On the 6th June, 1918, at her residence,

Wooragee, Margaret, relict of the late   Martin, loving mother of Mrs. K. McGovern, John, James, Martin, Mrs. P. T. Peppard, William,

Matthew, George (on active service), and  

Walter. R. I. P.

MARTIN. - On the 13th June, at Rochester, William

Martin, beloved husband of Mary Jane, and beloved loved father of William, Lila, Herbert (on active   service), Violet, Agnes, and Madge, aged   64 years.  

McMULLEN. - On the 14th June, at his parents

residence, 433 Napier street, Fitzroy, Walter James, the dearly beloved eldest son of Henry and Eliza McMullen, aged 17 years 3 months.

MITCHELL. - On the 28th May, at "Glen Isle,"

Greenmount, Queensland, John Lindsay, dearly loved youngest son of Mr and Mrs J. Mitchell (late of Halston, Gippsland), aged 3 years 6

months.

PEPPIN. - On the 11th June at Heristal, Norwood

road, Caulfield, George Frederick, eldest son of   the late George Peppin, of Wanganella Station,

NSW.

READE. - On the 14th June, at Awarua, Monaro

road, Kooyong, Ida, widow of the late Ivon Reade, (No flowers by request. Private interment.)  

ROOKS. - On the 14th June at her late residence,

Burnside, lnglesby road, Camberwell, Sarah, the dearly beloved wife of Henry Rooks, J.P., and   eldest daughter of the late Henry Brooks, loving mother of Fanny (Mrs Farmer), and Connie E.,   aged 51 years.

She could not say good bye and

Passed peacefully away.  

SADLER. - On the 7th June, at 255 Inkerman street,

St Kilda, Sydney Walter, loved husband of   Jean, second youngest son of the late Vincent   Sadler, of Geelong, and stepfather of A.E.   Andrews, of Perth (on active service); Mrs   S. Sunderland, of Caulfield; H.P. Andrews,    

Kalgoorlie; and E.G. Andrews, of East St Kilda,     aged 58 years.

At rest

SMITH. - On the 14th June (suddenly), at 177

Harp road, East Kew, Gerty, the beloved wife of

William Finnis Smith and dearly loved mother of Clarice, Finnis, Vernon, and Jean, aged 42  

years.

STANFORD. - On the 14th June, 1918, at No. 257

Bay street, Brighton, Violet Irene, beloved and only dauahter of Wm. Stanford and step-daughter     of Mrs Wm. Stanford, loved sister of Norman and     Les (on active service in France), aged 30 years 10 months.

With Jesus which is far better.    

TANNER. - On the 12th June, at private hospital,

Chiltern, Catherine de Sales (nurse) dearly beloved loved third daughter of Mrs Tanner and the late William Tanner, of Fairview, Barnawatha. R.I.P.         TOPPER. - On the 6th June, at her residence,

Ann, the beloved widow of the late George Topper, Wattle grove, Beaufort, loved mother of George, Tom, Annie, and Mrs C. Haywood,   of Somerville, and Mrs J. G. Binns, Dreeite,   aged 68 years.  

UNDERWOOD. - On the 13th June, at Eganstown,

Matthew, the beloved husband of Sarah Underwood, aged 83 years.  

WATTS. - On the 7th June, at her sister's residence,

167 High street, Kew, Eliza Ann Watts,         of Evelyn, daughter of the late Henry Watts, of  

Collingwood.

WHITTAKERS. - On the 14th June, at Fernhill,

Loy Yang, Christiana, fourth daughter of the late   William and L. A. Whittakers.

IN MEMORIAM.

On Active Service.

ANDERSON. - In loving memory of my old comrade,

Sergeant D.J. (Jack) Anderson, 8th Battalion,     killed in action at Anzac, June 16, 1915,   aged 18 years.

A soldier and a man. -(Inserted by Bruce Smith.)

ASTON. - A tribute to the memory of our late

fellow-officer, Private A.J. Aston, 12th Field   Ambulance, died of wounds in France, June 10,

1917.

Like the winds of the sea are the ways of fate,

As we voyage along through life;

'Tis the set of soul that decides its goal,

And not the calm or the strife.

-(Inserted by officers, litho. dept., Government Printing Office.)

BARTLE. - In proud and loving memory of our dear only

son and brother, 2nd Lieutenant Thomas W. Bartle, Australian Flying Corps, who was called to higher service while flying near Lincoln, England, on June 16, 1917.

Dead, did you say? Nay, only heaven-sped;   Just safe in God's home port; he is not dead.

Lost, did you think? How can such lives be lost! Just gathered up, His Jewels, rare of cost. -(Mother and Ethel.)

KITSON. - In sad and loving memory of our dear

son, Lieutenant H. S. Kitson, Royal Flying Corps, who was killed at Lincoln, England, June 15, 1917.

We mourn your loss, but your actions

Sweet balm to your loved ones brings;   For he is ever a hero, the man who dies  

For his country, God, and King.

-(Inserted by his fond parents, 23 Barry street, Kew.)

KITSON. - In loving memory of our dear brother,

Flight-Lieutenant Harold Kitson, who gave his life for his country, June 15, 1917.

"A noble soldier and a manly man."

-(Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in- law, Hilda and Harvie Anderson.)

LOVERING. - In loving memory of Private James

D. Lovering, 46th Battalion, A.I.F., died of wouuds, somewhere in France, June 12, 1917.

He answered his country's call.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and children.)

MrCRAE. - In sad and loving remembrance of

Trooper Jas. McCrae, accidentally killed in Egypt on the 15th June, 1916. R.I.P.

To memory ever dear.

-(Inserted by his loving aunt and uncle, A. and L.W. Shipworth, Moorabbin.)  

O'LEARY. - A tribute of love to the remembrance

of Gunner W. J. O'Leary (Will), who was killed in action at Gallipoli, June 15, 1915, aged 23

years.

Though death divides, fond memory clings,

-(Inserted by his loving friend, Addie Pinnuck, Wundaree, Musgrave st, Mosman, N.S.W.)

O'LEARY. - In loving memory of our dear friend,

William J. O'Leary, who was killed in action on 15th June, 1915, aged 23.

His duty nobly done.

-(Inserted by Ids loving friends, Mr and Mrs. W. G. Paterson, Strathmerton.)

O'LEARY. - In memory of William John, the second

son of Arthur and the late Margaret O'Leary, killed at Gaba Tepe, June 15, 1915.

"At rest."

WHITFIELD. - In loving memory of our dearly loved

eldest son, Edward Percy, killed in action in Gallipoli, on June 16, 1915.  

Time cannot fill the aching void,

Nor from our memory tear,

The face and form we loved so well,

'Twill dwell for ever there.

-(Inserted by his loving father and mother, brothers and sisters, "Linford," Terrick South.) WHITFIELD. - In loving memory of my dear pal,

Pte. Whitfield (Percy), killed Gallipoli, June 16,

1915.

One of the best.

-(Inserted by Will Hunt, Brunswick, returned.)

CATTACH. - A loving tribute to the memory of our

dear mother, Eliza Cattach (of Westgarth), who passed away on 16th June, 1917.

A life made beautiful by kindly deeds;

A generous heart and hand for sorrowing needs; A pretence making sunshine where she trod, Glad with the happy, resting now with God.

No burdens yonder.

-(Inserted by her loving daughters, Stella, Elsie, and Olive.)

DAVIES. - In sad and loving memory of my dear

son and brother, John Howell Davies, who   departed this life on the 16th June, 1917,  

Korumburra.

Sadly missed.

-(Inserted by his loving mother and sister, also G. Hunt.)  

DAVIES. - In loving memory of John Howell

Davies, of the White House, Korumburra, who passed away 16th June, 1917. (Inserted by the employees of "The White House," Korumburra.) DICKINS. - In sad and loving memory of our dear

father and grandfather, Charles William Dickins, who passed away at Kerang, June 16, 1917.   (Inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law, and grandsons, Helen, Albert, Vivian, and Alex., Charles Evans, Moyhu.)

DOWNING. - ln loving memory of my dear wife and

loving mother and sister, Mary Maria, who died June 16, 1914. (Inserted by her loving husband, children, and sister and brother.)

FARRELL. - In loving memory of Emma Edna

Mary Farrell, who died at "Ivyleigh," New Gisborne. June 15, 1898.  

GOODMAN.-In loving memory of our dear mother,

who died at Talbot, June 16, 1917.

Peace, perfect peace.

GRAY. - In loving memory of our dear mother,

killed result buggy accident on June 15, 1917; also father, died 8th February, 1907, at Marong.

Loved by all.

Thy will be done.  

-(Inserted by their loving daughter, son-in- law, and grandchildren, A. and H., C. and E. Chirnside, 19 Wynnstay grove, Armadale.)

HARRIS. - In loving memory of my dear wife and our loving mother, who died at Gaynor, Court  

Park, Malvern, on 15th June, 1917, aged 33

years.

What is home without my dear,  

How I miss her loving face;

None but her can share my sorrow,

None can fill dear Ida's place.

I think of the days when we were touring. How we enjoyed ourselves. In my lonely hours of thinking, thoughts of you are always near. But though we are parted nothing can sever those dear golden links in memory's chain.

-(Inserted by her loving husband Jack, and her dear little Ken and Jackie.)

JOHNSTON. - In loving memory of our dear youngest

daughter and sister Olive, who died at Geelong   on 15th June, aged 17 years 5 months.  

Sadly missed.  

-(Inserted by her loving father and mother, sisters Ethel, Alice, and Lottie, and brothers.)

KYNOCH. - ln ever loving memory of my dear husband

and our dear father, who passed away at   Oakleigh, 15th June, 1917. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)  

MERRICK (nee Stewart). - In loving memory of our

dear Lucy, who passed away on the 12th June, 1909. (Inserted by her loving mother and sisters, Annie, Olive, Violet Stewart.)  

MITCHELL.-In fond memory of my shipmate,

Hector (Jerry) Mitchell, who departed this life on the 15th June, 1917, at Singapore, from brain

fever.

Though death divides, fond memory clings.

-(Inserted by his cherished shipmate, Private

Fred King, abroad.)

O'BRIEN. - In loving memory of my dear son, William

O'Brien, who passed peacefully away on the   16th June, 1917.

May his soul rest in peace.

-(Inserted by his affectionate mother, Rose O'Brien.)

RICHES.-A tribute of love to the memory of my

dear wife Edith, loving-mothcr of Thelma, Bertie, and little Len. who passed away June 16, 1917.

Ever remembered,

-(Inserted by her loving husband, Albert Riches.)

SCHWARZ. - In memory of my husband, Max, who

died 16th June, 1912; also my two sons and my brother and my sister.

"Gone but not forgotten."

"May their souls rest in peace."

-(Inserted by Miriam and Leopold, 18 Fitzgibbon street, Parkville.)

SHARP. —In ever-loving memory of our dear

cousin, Fanny, who passed away at Buln Buln, June 16, 1917.

To memory ever dear. -(B. and A., Tatura.)

TWENDALE. - In loving memory of Thomas, dearly

loved husband of S. Twendnle, and fond father of J.J., R.A., F.G., L.M., who passed away 15th       June, 1916.

Only "Good-night" beloved, not farewell,

A little while, and all His saints shall dwell In hallowed union, indivisible.

"Good-night"

-(Inserted by S. Twendale and family, Malvern.) WHITAKER.- In memory of my dear daughter,

Grace Harriet, loving wife of Albert Whitaker, who departed this life June 15, 1915, at Burnley.

May her soul rest in peace,

-(Inserted by her dear mother and sisters, E.,

C., M.)

WILSON. - In loving memory of our dear father,

John Wilson, who died at Moe, Gippsland, June 17, 1917. R.l.P.

Just a year to-day, dear father,

Since you were laid to rest;

No tongue can tell how you are missed But those who loved you best.  

-(Inserted by his loving dnugbters, Mary, Alice, Elizabeth, and Kate.)

WRIGHT. - In loving memory of David Charles

Wright, loving husband of Annie, and father of Herbert, South Africa; buried at sea, June 15,

1908.

Till the day breaks, and the shadows flee away,

Never to be forgotten.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and son.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.

BEATON.-The Family of the late Mr. CHARLES

BEATON, of 69 Nicholson street, Ballarat, desire to THANK their many kind friends for letters,   cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement,   also Dr. McGowan for his kind and     unremitting attention.

BONNETT. - Mr. F. J. BONNET (West Melbourne),

Mrs. Geo. Capewell (Elmore), and   Mrs. Jack Marchant (Warricknabeal) desire to sincerely THANK their many kind friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and personal visits on the occasion of the death of their beloved brother, Company Sergt.-Major William Bonnett, who was   killed in action on the 14th April, 1918.

COTTELL. - Mr. and Mrs. R. G. J. COTTELL

desire to THANK their many kind friends for   their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Dr. Cowen for his kindness. 90 Highfield road, Surrey Hills. DAWTREY. - Mr. and Mrs. JAMES DAWTREY

and Family desire to THANK their many kind friends for expressions of sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams, and visits received by them in their recent sad bereavement, in the loss of their dear son, Private Stanley Gordon Dawtrey, died or wounds, April 25, 1918; especially Lady and     Miss Monash, also Rev. A. Eunson. 111 Keele street,

Collingwood. MISS Alma and Mr. ALFRED MADDAFORD

desire to express THANKS to their many kind friends for their sincere expressions of sympathy

during their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their dear brother, Pte. R.J. Maddaford,   who was killed in action in France, 24th April, 1918. Ballarat papers please copy.

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.

MISS BRAZENDALE wishes to THANK her many

friends for letters of condolence. Illawarra,   100 Hotham street, E. St. Kilda.     MR. and Mrs. JOLLEY and Family desire to

return their sincere THANKS to their many kind fríends for letters, cards, telegrams messages, and visits in their recent sad bereavement   in loss of their son, Driver F. J. Jolley, on active service, especially thanking Rev. J. Mclllroy for kind letters and visits. Plenty road, South Morang. MR and Mrs. R. STEPHENSON, Kensington,

desire to THANK their many kind friends and relatives for expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, and visits in their recent sad loss of their little son; especially thanking the nurses of the Children's Hospital, Snowball Ward, for their kind attention.   MR. R. C. FANKHAUSER and Family desire to

express their sincere THANKS to the many     kind friends, relatives, and neighbours for loving sympathy expressed in letters, cards, visits, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Dr. Soilleux for his kindness and attention. "Bona Vista," East Burwood. MR. W. J. SMITH and Family desire to THANK

their many kind friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams, and   floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of a dear wife and mother. 78 Rosebery street, Auburn. MR. and Mrs. J. G COOKE desire to THANK their many kind friends and the staff of the   Technical College, Glenferrie, for their expressions of sympathy by letters, telegrams, and floral       wreaths on the loss of their dear daughter,

Beatrice. MRS. BARNES, Sen., Mr., Mrs. W. BARNES,

Jun., desire to express their heartfelt THANKS to their kind friends and relations for expressions of   sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams received during their sudden bereavement in the loss of their   dear daughter and sister Cissie, thanking the sisters of the Wattle Lodge. 49 Aberdeen road, Prahran.    

MRS. J. W. HARRISON desires to THANK her

friends for their sympathy received during her recent sad loss, and especially desires to thank the representatives of the "Herald" Companionship and the Victorian Typographical Society for   their sympathetic attention during her late husband's illness.   MRS. E. COLEMAN and Son (Leslie) desire to express

their heartfelt THANKS to their many   kind friends for the expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received by them in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of her husband and his father Edmund (Ted). Union Hotel, Chapel street, Windsor. MRS. WM. O'CONNELL and Family desire to

express their sincere THANKS to relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy (cards, letters, telegrams, visits, and floral tributes) in their recent sad bereavement, especially   Drs. Murray Morton and Haynes, Sister and Nurses of first floor at Mt. St. Evin's Hospital.

MRS. RICE and Miss G. MORRICE desire to

THANK their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, cards, visits, during their recent bereavement in the loss of their brother. "Ashton," Bay street, Port Melbourne. MRS. THOMAS E. MORRICE desires to THANK

her many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, cards, visits during   her recent bereavement in the loss of her husband. Tunbridge, 463 Bay street. Port Melbourne.  

POOK. - Mrs. POOK and Family desire to express

their sincere THANKS to their many   kind friends for their kind expressions of sympathy cards, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes   received during their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the Rev. J. W. Ashton and Dr. Trood. Ardwell, Union street, Windsor.   QUINLIVAN. - Mrs. and Miss QUINLIVAN desire

to THANK their many friends for letters, telegrams, and cards of sympathy received during their   recent sudden and sad bereavement; also their special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Douglas,

Mrs. Blick, and Mr. R. Chalmers. 195 Nicholson street, Footscray. SCARLETT. - The Sons and Daughters of the late

Mrs. KATHERINE SCARLETT wish to THANK   their many kind friends for cards, letters, telegrams, visits, and floral tributes in their recent   sad bereavement. 20 Market street, St. Kilda.

THE Sister and Brothers of the late MARY

BOYD desire to THANK their many kind friends for letters, cards, and visits, especially thanking Mrs. and Miss Shoppee, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Taylor, and Revs. D. Smith and Darby, in their recent bereavement. THELWELL. - The Misses LAUCHLAN wish to

THANK the many friends of the late Mrs. James Thelwell for letters and telegrams of sympathy and kindness in their recent sad   bereavement. WILL the Friends of the late REGINALD WRIGHT accept the deepest THANKS of his   Sisters and Brother for the many kindnesses shown them during his illness, also for sympathy extended during their recent bereavement  

FUNERAL NOTICES.

COFFEY. - Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM PATRICK COFFEY are informed that his remains   will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.  

The funeral will leave his late residence, "St.

Cecilia," 71 Westbury street, East St. Kilda, THIS

DAY (Saturday, 15th June), at 3 p.m.

HERBERT KING and SONS, Undertakers. 'Phone

912 Cent.

GILLESPIE. - The Friends of the late ELIZA JANE GILLESPIE, relict of the late John   Gillespie, are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment in the St. Kilda Cemetery.      

The funeral will leave her residence, No. 2 Alma road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Saturday, 15th June, 1918), at 2.30 p.m.

PRUESS and SONS, Undertakers, 300 Burwood road, Glenferrie. Tel, 7 Haw.

HODGSON. — The Friends of the late JANE

HODGSON are respectfully informed that her  

remains will be interred in the Swanwater West

Cemetery To-morrow (Sunday), leaving the residence of her son, Mr. J. Hodgson, Cope Cope, at 2  

o'clock.

KERR. - The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES KERR are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Box Hill Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, Pine Cottage, Dorset road, Croydon, THIS DAY (Saturday,   15th June), at 1.30 p.m.

W. FERGUSON, Undertaker, Vere street, Collingwood, Northcote, and Brunswick. 'Phone   Cent. 1468. McMULLEN. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H.

McMULLEN are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their beloved eldest son, Walter   James, to the place of internment in the Coburg Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave their residence, 433 Napier street,. Fitzroy, on Mondny morning, 17th June, atl 11 o'clock.

HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker. Tel. 1100

Central.  

PARKER. - The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES

PARKER are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.  

The funeral will leave the residence of his son, No. 1 Gough street, Richmond, THIS DAY (Saturday, 15th June, 1918), at 2 o'clock, and proceed to   the Methodist Church, Cremorne street, Richmond,   where a short service will be held, and from thence direct to cemetery.

LE PINE and SON, Funeral Directors. Head

office, 'phone Haw. 112. PARKER. - ICENI LODGE, U.A.O.D. - Members

of the above lodge are requested to follow the remains of their late secretary, Bro. JAS. PARKER, to the place of interment, in the Boroondara Cemetery,

Kew.  

The funeral will leave the residence of his son, 1 Gough street, Richmond, THIS DAY (15th June),

at 2 o'clock.

T. O. FOWLER, Asst. Secretory.

ROOKS. - The Friends of Councillor HENRY

ROOKS are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife, Sarah, to the place of interment, the Box Hill Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, 13 Inglesby road, Camberwell, To-morrow (Sunday, 16th June), at 2.45 p.m., per motor.

A. W. PADBURY, Undertaker, Kew, Auburn,

and Box Hill.

ROOKS. - LOYAL CAMBERWELL LODGE,

M.U.I.O.O.F. - Members of the above lodge, and the order in general, are requested to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. HENRY ROOKS, wife of our esteemed secretary, Bro. Councillor Henry Rooks, P.D.G.M.

The funeral will leave Inglesby road, Camberwell, for the Box Hill Cemetery, at 2.45 on Sunday,   June 16, 1918.  

By order, J. F. SMITH, N.G.

SMITH. -The Friends of Mr WILLIAM FINNIS SMITH are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife, Gerty, to the place of interment, the Box Hill Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, 177 Harp road, East Kew, THIS DAY (Saturday, 15th June), at 3.15 p.m., per motor.

A. W. PADBURY, Undertaker, Kew, Auburn,

and Box Hill.

STANFORD. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. WM.

STANFORD are most respectfully invited to follow the remains of their dearly loved daughter, Violet Irene, to the place of interment, in the   Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave their residence, No. 257 Bay street, Brighton, THIS DAY, Saturday, at

3 p.m.

J. MONKHOUSE and SON, Undertakers, 219 Bay street; and 122 Carpenter street, near the Town Hall, Brighton. 'Phone 1102.

WHITTAKERS. - The Funeral of the late

CHRISTIANA WHITTAKERS will leave "Fernhill," Loy Yang, at 2 p.m., THIS DAY.

WINTLE. - The Friends of the late ex-Private THOMAS WINTLE are respectfully informed     that his remains will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.  

The funeral will leave the Caulfield Military Hospital THIS DAY (Saturday, 15th inst.), at 2.30 p.m.

A. J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvern and Prahran. Tels. Wiudsor 17, Malvern 1427.

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