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ANDERSON (nee May Grant).—On the 30th May,

at Nurse Fink's private hospital, Dandenong, to

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson, "Corbach," Hem- ming street, Dandenong—a son (Gordon Charles).

ANSTEE (nee Irene Mamouncy).—On the 3rd June, at their residence, 104 Cole street, Gardenvale, to

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anstee—a daughter.

BARNETT - On the 2nd June, at 8 Hawsleigh avenue, East St Kilda, to Mr and Mrs Edward

A Barnett - a son (Charles Morris). BERRY.—On the 8th June, at Wellington (N.Z.),  

to Mr. and Mrs. Randal A. Berry—a daughter.

BRAND.—On the 24th May, at Scott street, St.  

Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E Brand—a daughter. BROUGHTON.—On the 29th May, 1921, to Mr. and

Mrs. A. F. Broughton, "St. George's," Korum- burra—a son (Norman Francis).

BROWN.—On tbc 3rd .lune, at 30 Railway place,

Telmarkct, the wile of a Vi. Brown, prluter

. daughter (PI. Hi.«), »otli «eil.

BUCHANAN.-On the 13th May, at "Aluvn pri-

nt. h-í-Ul. Wycheproof, to Mr. anti Mrs. A. S.

Buchanan -A son.

CAMPBELL (nee With llnnkln).-Oii 21st April, °it 4e,** Ppm «venue. Mildura, the wife

J, John S. Campbell, of San Mateo avenue, Mil-

dura-a ton (John Selby).

CARLILE (nee Florence Forbes).-On 3rd June, at

Sister Annear's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Carlile, of "York," Meadow street, East

St. Kilda-a son (Forbes).

CHARTERS.-On the 29th May, 1021, at Sister An

near's private hospital, Armadale, the wife of H. D. Charters, Malvern road, East Malvern - a son

CROCKER (nee Ida Hodgetts).-On the 15th May,

,t Siíe Ilevdon's hospital, wile ol Kdvvln George ¿mka. S Kai-lJn street north, Ballarat-a son

(Peter Eustace).

CUGLEY. —On 31st May, 1921, at Nurse Livock's

private hospital, Casterton, to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cugley, Merino —a daughter (Charlotte Mabel).

CULLIN.-On the -5th Moy, at Sister WolTa pri- vat, hospital, 31 Finch street,'East Malvern, to Sr ind Mrs! J. S. Cullin, of 33 Booran road, Ca-UcW-a daughter (Nancy .lean);

DONALDSON.-°n Ol'1 May, at Elmwood. Avenel,

to Mr. and Mrs. J. T.. Donaldson-a daughter (Joyce).

DYER (nee Nellie Franklin).-On the 22nd May,

1-3, ¿t Rupanyup, the wife ot W. J. L." Dyer, of

Rupanyup-a daughter.

EBERHARD (nee Von Beschwitz).—On 3rd June,

it "-onda" private hospital, St. George's road, Ébtenuvick, to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Eberhard, Kyabram-a daughter (Olga June).

ESOUF (nee Nellie Gray).—On the 10th May, at

Beth-da private hospital, to Mr. and .Mrs. J.. P. -s-oul-a daughter (Betty).

FINCH.—On the Suth May, at Nurse Bones's pri-

vate Hospital, Leongatha, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. George Finch-a daughter (Iris May). Both well.

GARTRIDE (nee Bonnie Dawson).-On the 9th

Jane, at Sandhurst, High street, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. Gartside, of "Eastwood," Dingley- a daughter (Muriel Meg).

GOODRICH (nee Doris Kimpton).—On the 5th

June (Sunday), at Sister Annear's hospital, Arma- dale, to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. E. Goodrich, "Knightshayes," Dandenong road, Murrumbeena

-a son. Both well.

GUEDON (nee Kaye).-On Uic 4tli of .lime, at

"St Hilda's" private hospital, Drummond street, Ballarat, the wife of Thomas A. Gordon, "Rock Brook," Bung Bong-a daughter.

GUNDRY (nee Daisy Riley).—On 20th May, at

"-dilación," Auburn, to Air. and Mrs. J. Gundry-, of Atliclslan mad, Camberwell-a Bon (Ko-oan John).

HAMMOND-On the 9th June, 1921, at their resi-

dence "Marrawah," Mount street, Preston, to Mr and Mrs. Arthur H. Hammond-a daughter (Patricia Jean). Both well.

HANLON.-On the 21Ui March. 1021, at Swan lilli,

I» Mr. and Mrs. Chris. B. Hanlou, of Tyntynder, Best-a son (William Francis Xavier). '

HIATT (nee Adelaide Moore).-On the 31st Moy, at Vira: Jewell's private hospital, Dandenong road, i-UciS'i, to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Watt, Ascot nle-a daughter (Adelaide May).

HOLMES (nee Elsie Cooper).-On the 6th June, nt

St Grotse's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Holme«, Fellows street, .Kew-a daughter {Margaret Patricia), both well.

HOWITT.-Ou the 30th May, at Sister Scott's pri-

vate hospital, Mildura, the wife of George Howitt

-a laughter.

HUTCHENS (nee Millie. Truran).—On the 31st

Slav, at J3 Wilson street, Prince's Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. Clement S. Hutchens-a daughter (Mar- ions Isabel). Both Well.

JENNINGS (Beni Broadbent).-On the 13th May.

I-U at "Strathearn," Prince's Hill, to Mr. and Sirs.' 1'. G. Jennings, Hobart-a son.

JONES (nee Curtayne).-On the 2Sth May, i

C'lillcnuine, to Mr. and Mrs. P. O. .lones c-i_htir (Peggy Margaret). Both well.

LEWIS.- On tim 7th June, at Somerset House,

Victoria parade, East Melbourne, the wife of John Abbot Lewis, Honordale, Buangor - a daughter (June Evelyn).

MATTHEWS (nee Emmie Hendrick).-At "Pen-

del" límate hospital, Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. J. II. 0. Matthevvs-a daughter. Both well.

McCAULEY.-On tbc 4th June, ut "Uavelgnis," Oiffartl street, "Williamstown, to Mr. and Mrs. ». Mccauley, jun.-a daughter. Both well.

McCLELLAN (nee Olive Long).-On the 24th May,  

at 50 Twyford street, Williamstown, to Mr. and Mrs H. S. McClellan -a son (Raymond Leslie).

McGILLIVRAY.-On the 28th May. at "Quisisana;"

Dandenong road, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. H.

L McGillivray, of South Africa-a son (George. Howard).  

McKERNAN.-On the 30th May, at Gilburn pri-

vate Hospital, Euroa, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Gib- son McKernan, Glenroyne, Balmattum - a son (Neil Gordon).

McRAE.-On tbe 26th May, at Nurse Andrews's,

_ou_t Alexander road. Flemington, to Mr. and Mrj. B. J. Mcltac, Strathglass, lamnox street, Moonee Pond--a daughter (Norma Agnes)'.

MILLS- (nee L. Gatter).—On 10th May, to Mr. and

Sirs. X. G. Mill-, "Dinant," Ipswich road,' Moorooka, Queensland-a son. - ' MORECROFT.-On the 7th June, at Wardwick, Wedderburn, to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Morccrolt »fon (William Crowther). Both weil.

O'LOUGHLIN.-On the 6th June, at St Aden's

private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. M. O'loughlin a daughter.

OMAN (Stella F. Peel).—On the 4th June, 1021,

at Kurse Hill's pmate hospital, Camperdown, lo Mr. ami Mrs. Will Oman, of Bonnie Doon, Derrinallum-a daughter (Joyce).

OTTERY (nee Ruby Saunders).-On the 2nd June,

at Clifton private hospital, Northcote, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Ottery, of North Fitzroy-a daugh- ter (Joan Rachel). Lived six days.

POWELL.-On the 18th April, at Nurse Fish's

Private hospital, Dandenong, to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Powell, Heatherleigh, Cranbourne- a son (Ewen Alexander).

PURCELL.-On the 5th June, at Nurse Bouyer's

25 Manningtree road, Hawthorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Clive Purcell, of "Mervyn," Manchester street, Hawthorn- a daughter.

RIDLEY (nee Meleta Duncan).-On the 9th June,

at Burnside private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Ridley, "Homeleigh," 43 Trevellyan street, Elsternwick-a son (Arthur Robert Edward). Lon- don, Bolton, and Ballarat papers please copy.

SHEEHAN (nee Molly Nolan).-On the 4th June,

at Somerset House private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Sheehan-a daughter.

SMITH.-On the 25th May, at "Oharita," Box Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, of Gertrude street, Malvern-twins (premature), boy and


STURZAKER (nee Jean Muldoon).-On the 7th

June, at Nurse Wilson's private hospital, Ingle- nook, 62 Albion street, Brunswick, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sturzaker, of 74 Blyth street, Brunswick-a son (Alan Thomas). Both well.

VICTOR (nee Muriel Farley).-On the 8th June, at 49 Clark street, Prahran, to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. J.Victor-a son (John Henry Farley).   Adelaide papers please copy.

WARREN (nee Bessie Williamson).-On the 4th June, at Nurse Thomson's private hospita), "Blair Drummond," Geelong road, Footscray, to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Warren, of "Studley," Fehon

street, Yarraville-a son (Leslie Lloyd). Premature.

WEIR. (nee Iva Armstrong).-On the 2nd June, at ?, Lautoka, Fiji, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Weir a daughter.


ANDERSON-TAYLOR.-On the 23rd March, at St.

Luke's, South Melbourne, by Rev. Ross Hewton, George Watson Anderson, son of late George Anderson, Brechin, Scotland, to Gertrude Alice Ethel, daughter of late Fredrick and Mrs. Alice Taylor, of 139 Cecil street, South Melbourne.

BARNES-SPRAKE.-On the 23rd March, at Murtoa Methodist Church, by the Rev. G. R. Neilson, assisted by the Rev. Fielding, William Herbert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Auburn road, to Evelyn Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sprake, "Niton." Murtoa. Present address, "Niton," 22 Falmouth    

street, Glenferrie.

BROOMFIELD-.COLLINS.-On the 10th May, at

All Saints', St. Kilda, John Argyle Broomfield, of Domara River Plantation, Papua, son of the   late Fr. J. Broomfield, J.P., Alsager, Stoke-on Trent, England, to Esther, only daughter of the

late D. M. J. Collins,   Elwell, Ormond road, Elwood.

BROWN-CONQUEST.-On the 23rd April, at   Christ Church, South Yarra, by the Rev. L. Townsend, Frederick Arthur, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Palkstone, Dor   set, England, to Doris, only daughter of Mrs. A. and the late William James Conquest, of Dongarra, Toorak road, South Yarra.

COCKBURN-STUBBS.-On the 9th April, at Mel bourne Grammar School Chapel, by the Rev. L. Arnold, Michael Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Cockburn, Armadale, to Florence Moile,

youngest daughter of Mr. John Stubbs and the late Mrs. Barbara Stubbs, of Shepparton. Pre sent address, "Kensel," Chillingollah, Victoria.

COOPER-HEARD.-On the 20th April, at St An  

drew's Presbyterian Church, Ararat, Wilfred    

Clarence, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooper, "Leloinside," Willaura, to Margret, fifth daugh      

ter of Mrs. and the late Jas. Heard, "River View", Willgaura.          

CORBETT-DRAEGER.-On the 26th April, at St.

Stephen's Church of England, Bayswater, by the    

Rev. T. McKeon, Richard, second son of Mr.  

T. J. Corbett, Camberwell, to Amy Alice, only

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Drager, Lower Ferntree Gully. DAWSON-BLACK.-On the 22nd January, 1921,  

at Perth, W.A. (by special license), Norman

Hector Dawson, of Callignee, Gippsland, to Eulalie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.     Black, of Boulder, W.A.  

FITZPATRICK-BETT.-On the 22nd March, at Blackwood Park, Launching Place, by the Rev. tlC "l(Presbyterian), Frederick George, third son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzpatrick, of Fairfield, to Nellie Drysdale, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bett, of Blackwood Park,

Launching Place, late of Yarram.  

FORBES-LYNCH.-On the 28th April, at "Yan tarra", Kooyong road, Caulfield, by the Rev.   R. A. Forbes, Robert Stuart Forbes, youngest son of Mrs. M. Forbes, Orring road, Elsternwick, to Olive Una, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, "Yantarra'" Kooyong road, Caulfield. Present address- Cranham road, Caulfield.

GLAISHER-RUSSELL.-On the 6th June, at the

Congregational Church, by the Rev. H. C. Neil,   second son of J. J. Glaisher,     . *<S_I?'_I .v.*^1*! Maud Russell, second f'JUTS?Í ' to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown, of Yarra Hâ^SÉf-CAV.*:- .,- " -.. .;*


GUNDRY-ELLIOTT.-On the 23rd April. 1021, at

Caulfield, bj the Rev. D. Macrae Stewart, Harold Itovcc. elder bon ol Mr. mid Mrs. J, Gundry. of Nathalia, to Edith A., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Elliott, of Caulfield.

HARRIS-ALDRED-On the 7th June, at All

Saints', East St. Kilda, by the Rev. .1. YY. Ashton (bv special license), Reginald A. Harris, 1S.Y., Iii.!,., late chaplain-major, A.l.r., son of .1. G. Harris, I_q., of Bank of New South YVale», Rozelle, N.S.YV., to Lillian Gladys, voumrest daughter oi the late .1. Aldreil, of Bournemouth,, anil Jirs. Aldrcd, of "Melrose," Lambert road, Caulfield, Vic. Ad- dress-"Itosslvn." Kenmark-, South Australia. (Sj-iinej .ind A'lilaide papers please copy.)

HILLBERG-COLEMAN".-On the -Olli Apnl, at

Christ Church, South Yarra, by the Reverend L. Townsend, Norman Leslie (late A.I.E.). i-econd eldest son of Mr. II. Hillbcrg, of li-cndon, to Marion (Maisie), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Coleman, Annadale.

HINDS-BRADLEY.-On the 27th April, at Kew

Pre-b.vteilin Church, hy tlie Rev. .1. It. Ander- son, Alexander YY'. (late 22nd Battalion, A.I.F.), sou of Mr. mid Mrs. J. II. Hinds, Moonee Ponds, t.i Ernest», eldest .lamrhtM- o! Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Hrndlev, Kew. At home, 21 Victoria grave. Auburn, 15th and loth inst., uftcrnoons.

HOWELL-WOLFE.-On the SOth April, »21, at

St. Stephen's Church of England, Gardenvale, by the Rev. L. G. Y'ance, Frederick (late _!nd Biittnlion), j-oungest son of Mr. und Mrs. .1. O. Howell, Colac, to Winifred, voimgcst ilaugliler of Mr. mid Mrs. A. YY'olfe, Somer»et street, Gar-


HUGHES—GRATION.—On the 28th April, at the

Methodist Church, Fairfield, by the Rev. Charles Tregear, George Clarence (late 22nd Battalion), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hughes, Croy- don (late Fairfield), to Myrtle, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos Gration, Fairfield.

JONES—COOKE.—[Silver Wedding.]—On the 11th

June, 1810. in Hie Oakleigh Congregational Church, by 'Rev. Professor Gosman, assisted by Rev. -George Chapman, Rev. Hugh Jones, M.A., eldest son of the late Thomas Jones, Ferguson street, YYilllnmstovvn, to Editli Isabella, third daughter of the late Henry Cooke, of "Eggle- stone," Oakleigh, and East Melbourne. Present address, Ormond.

KELSALL—FLEMING.—On the 27th April, at the

Independent Church, Kew, hy the Rev. YY'att Grimmett. Arthur Gordon, voungest son of the late Mr. C. P. Kelsail and Mrs. Kelsall, of Bal- larat, to -Ida ConsLince, onlv daughter of Mr. mid Mr«. It.' YY". Fleming, of YY'alpolc street, Kew. ,

KNIGHT-MARTIN.-On the 27th April 1921, at

St. George's, Monbulk, by the Rev. Garnet Shaw, M.A., Arthur, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Knight, Glenhope East, to Maude, fourth daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Monbulk.

LAING—WHITTET.—On Hie 0th April, 1021. ni

the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. YV. II. Coope, M.A., Presbvtcrlan minister, Arthur fl. Laing (late A.I.F.), second sou of the late James Laing, formerly inspector of schools, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr. P. Whittet. J.P., mid Un.. Whittet, of Forgan, Benn, South Gippsland. (Present address.'. "The Gareland," .East Poowong.)

LYON- ARROW.—On Ihq 30th April, bv the Rev.

J. Redmond, YY'arrnninbool, Basil, .Ernest, youngest son of Mrs. and late B. McC. Lj-on, to Marian Alice, only daughter of Mr. YV. G. and the late' Mrs. Arrow, Mt. Evelyn, Victoria.

MACEY—HARTLEY.—On the 10th April, at Sacred

Heart Church, Darlinghurst, Sjdne.v, by Rev. Dean O'ilaruii, John Barnard, son or Mr«, and the late Captain Diaries J. Macey, Hampstead Heath, England, lo Louise Y". (Mary), fifth ?laugh;«- of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hartley, Albert

l'urk, "nd Boolarra, Gippsland.

MCALISTER-STRONG.-on the 23ni April, at st

.lames', YVest Melbourne, by the Rev. Cole, Frederick N\, »econd "on of Mrs. L. M. ,1. McAllster, Auburn, to Elite.L., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Strong, Newport. Pre- sent address - 44 Sycamore st., Caulfield.

MORICE–HALL. —On the 9th April, 1921, at the

Congregational Church, Pitt street, Sydney, by the Revs. W. T. Kench (chairman of Congrega- tional Union), and Absolom Deans, B.A., Keith  

Melvin Morice (captain A.I.F., F.E.), elder son Captain and Mrs. J. K. Morice, of Queen's Park, Waverley, to Lucy Gratton, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hall, of Claremont, Western Australia, and granddaughter of the late Charles Wilson, of Melbourne. Present address—"Yur- runga," Latimer road, Rose Bay, Sydney.

MORSBY–SMITH. —On the 21st May, at All

Saints', South Northcote, by the Rev. A. C. Kellaway, John William, youngest son of Mrs. G. Morsby, Richmond, to Gladys Imelda, youngest  

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith, Salisbury grove, Northcote.  

NELLOR-HEALY.-[Golden Wedding.] -On the

12th June, 1871, at Sheepshead Hill, Bendigo, by Rev. W. Blamires, William Nellor, of Hamp- shire, England, to Elizabeth Healy, of Kangaroo Flat. Present address, "Basingstoke," 15 Pan- ton street, Golden Square.

RENTOUL-COMBEN. -On the 23rd April, 1921, at

Wesley Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. J. Thomas, B.A., assisted by Revs. Oliver Dowsing and Brian Wibberley, Mus. Bac, Rev. Thomas Craike, son of the late Alexander and Mrs. M. Rentoul, of Poplar street, Caulfield, to Ivy Vic- toria, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.   Comben, of "Myee," Bellairs avenue, Seddon. At home, "Lugano," 35 Manning road, East Malvern, Thursday, June 16, afternoon and evening.

ROADKNIGHT-LUMBY.-On the 16th April, at

St, Peter's Church of England, Hornsby, N'.S.YY'., by the Rev. A. L. YVade.'B.A., YVilliam Harold Long,-only fon of Mr.1 and Mrs. Thos. Road- knight, of Oakleigh, formerly of Orbost, to Rose Kate (Kitty), only daughter of Mrs. F. Lumby,

of Hornsby.

ROBBINS-HUNTER.-On the 21th May, by the

Rev. Thos. Glass, B.A., Harry, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robbins,, of Fairfield, to Marjorie, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. John Hunter, of The Avenue, Windsor. (Present address, 131 Milson road, Cremorne,  


ROSS—RAPHAEL.—On the 28th April, 1921, at

Melbourne, Dr. John Charles, only son of Mr. J. Ross, of Bendigo, to Nellie, eldest daughter of Mrs. A. Raphael, of Parkville, Melbourne. Pre- sent address, Ganmain, New South Wales.)  

SMITH—HEBDITCH.—On the 0th May, at St.

Paul's Church,--Malvern, by. the Rev. YY'. Ü. Ivens, Herbert Saunders (late A.I.F.). youngest con of Mr. and .Mrs. YV. Smith, of Eddington, to Glades Maj-, only daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. F. Hehditch, "Hemetera,"' Leopold street, East


SWIFTE-TREFFRY.-On the 25th May, lit St.

Aldan's, I"ast Launceston, Frank Royden Swlfto , (late Hcut. 2rd-Pnr.-)latt. A.I.F.), only son of

the late Frank Svvlftc and Mrs. L. M. J'iper, Mel- bourne, to Katherine, j-ouuger daughter of tile Rev. E. L. and Mrs.' Trcffry, "St.- Denys," Ab- bott street, Newstead, Tasmania, und, late of England. .

TANNER-HAWLEY.-[Silver Wedding].—On the

0th June, 1S90, at All Suints' Church, East St. Kilda, by tile Rev. Canon Potter, John YV. 'Tanner, second eldert son of tile late Mr. Peter Tanner, of Hobart, to Laura, second daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Ilawlej-, of Prahran. (Pre- sent address, Hamilton street, YVest Hobart.)

TAYLOR—RITCHIE.—On the 1st April, 1921, at

Scots Church, Collins street, Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Alex. Marshall. Frederick Victor, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Taylor, Middle  

Park, to Ada Kirk, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ritchie, "Ramslade," Mornington.

WRIGHT—WILSON.—On the 30th April, 1921, at

St. Columb's Church of England, Glenferrie, bv the Rev. D. M. Doosey, Archibald .Latham Wrlght, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wright) of Geelong, to Mabel, elder daugh- ter of Mr. und Mrs. Joseph Wilson, Roth- well, Linda crescent, Hawthorn.  

YOUNG—WRIGHT.—[Silver Wedding.]—On the

loth June. 1SO0, at "lochiel," Dimboola, Colin, second- son of Mrs. nnd the late Mr. W. Young, Scarsdale, to Katie, third daughter of the late D. McD. Wright, O.E. Present address:-Terang.


BARKER.—On the 0th June, at Roslyn, 40 Davis

street, South Yarra, Waltcr John, dearly loved husband of Louie E. Barker, und loving father oi Lily (Mrs. Sykes), Harold (late A.I.F.), Nell, and Stan; loved father-in-law of Erle

(late A.I.F.).

One of the best.

After life's fitful fever he sleeps well.

BOLLE.-On the 8th June, at Elsternwick, Henry,

lately resident at Northcote, and formerly of Reid's Creek, Beechworth, aged 84 years. A colonist of 62 years. (Interred at Beechworth, 9th June.)

At rest.

CADD.-On the 4th June, at Tyntynder South, .Swan Hill, dearly loved son ol Henry C. awl

Julia E. Cadd, age 7 weeks.

,A little 6Utferer at rest.

CAREY.-On' the 5th June, at her late residence,

"Finvarra,"? 2 King street, Ballarat, Mary Josephine (Minnie), eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Campion Carey, of Bal- larat. ? ,

A model daughter, sister, and friend.

Requie-L-cat in pace.

CAWOOD.-On the 31st May, at Dr. Barrett's

hospital, Gladjs Marj-, eldest daughter of YVil- liam J. and Mary Cawood, Apollo Baj-, aged 7 j cars 11 months.

Deeplj* mourned.

COOKE.-On the 22nd May. George Robert, joung.

est son of G. V. Cooke, Walpeup.

CUSACK.-On the 9th June, at his residence,

Shean's Creek, Euroa, Edward, beloved son of John Cusack, brother later Mrs. C. Eastwood (St. Arnaud), aged 54 years.

Rest in peace.

CUSACK. - On the 9th June, at his residence,  

Shean's Creek, Euroa, Edward, dearly beloved friend of F. Harry Slamen, 618 Collins street,


"May his soul rest in peace."

DANCE.-On the 4th .lune, at his father's resi-

dence, "The Gums," Healesville, Albert Bichan! (Bert), lan. Sotli Batt., A.I.E., dearly beloved jouii. est son of R. J. and E. Dance, beloved brother of Will mid Rob, much loved fiance of Meda Murniy (Goroke), uged 25 jeairi. Late Johnston street, Collingwood, .mil Gippslanri. (Privately interred Boroondara Cemetery, UUi June.)

DAVIES.-On the Mb June, at Hull road. Croydon,

Hacl-ncl Pearson (Raj), daughter of Mr. and Mr.-. 51. YV. Davie», aged 10 j cars.

DOUGLAS.-On the Mil June, at his resilience. 37

Y'urden street, Kalgoorlie, YV.A. (after un opera- tion). David, deully liciovcd husband of Alice (nee Makin); lining father ol Keith, Kitty, Blanche, Kuli, and Bah«; aged 12 yiars.

DUERDIN.—On the 10th June, at his residence,

"Therei." Orrong road. Toorak, George Duerdin. EASTWOOD.—On the 10th June, at his residence,

14 Penders street, Thornbury, Allen, the dearly loved husband of Margaret Fyfe, and loving father of Annie (Mrs. Christopher), John Saville, Elsie (deceased), Rob., Madge, and Maggie.

Deeply mourned.

FLEMING.-On the Sth .lune, at 'her parents' , residence, Parana, 173 Power street, Hawthorn.

Lola, death- loved daughter of Hugh D. and l.illicn Fleming, aged 15 years. (Privatelj interred at nutwood.)

FRITH.-On the Sth June, 1921, Elirahoth Agne»,

relict of the late Captain YY'altcr I'ritli, of St. Kilda, sister of Mrs. Ilarrv Cohen (.Svducj) mid Mrs. Claude Fletcher (Childers, Queentland), .Mrs. Saunders (Sydney), also Sir. McKiuler (Svd ncv), aged 01! years. (Private intennent, Brigh- ton Cemetcrj-.)

GLASGOW.-On Hie 2nd June, at Tullcntain,

North-west Ylooroopna, Margaret Jessie, deariv loved daughter of YY'illiam and Jessie Giasgo *

aged 5 months. ' , '

GORMAN.-On the 9th June, at Noorat, Coleman

Gorman, late of Gorman's lane, Tower Hill, aged 69 years. R.I. P.

IMPEY.-On the 1st June, Thomas, beloved son

of the late Richard Impey, of Beechworth, and

loved brother of Mrs. Larkin, (Bright), Mrs. Clayton, and Nurse Impey, of South Melbourne.

KEARNS.-On the 10th June, at his residence, 27

Glcndearg grove. Malvern, Rev. John Thomas Kearns, beloved husband of Jane Kcurno, and loving father of Mrs., Lenten (Bertha) and Mr». Peniig (Dalry), aged 78 years. \

, Peace, perfect peace.


KIDD.-On the 17th May, at his residence, 205

Roden street, West Melbourne, John, the be- loved husband of the late Agness Walker Kidd, and eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd, of Chewton; loved brother-in-law of R. W. E. M. and A. Wallace, of Perth. W.A., and D. E. Wallace, of Ivanhoe, Victoria.

LOGAN. -On the Olli .lune, ut Corio, Graco btreet.  

Moonee Ponds, passed peacefully away, Jane Margaret, rcikt of the late II. (I. Logan, dearly loved mother of Alice, F.thil, George, and the late Hugh. (Private interment.)

Tor ever with the Lord.

McCOLL.-On lhe 10th June, 1021, nt her

dence. 20 Liverpool street, North I lUroy, Sarah Matilda, the dcirlv beloved wife of Archie Mccoll, lovel mother of Bertie, the beloved daughter ol Mrs Payne, and also the dearly loved sister of Herbert (Inverell, N.S.W.), Alban (Collingwood), William (Northcote), l.rncst (La«t Brunswick), and May (North Fltrrov), aged 30

years. No Howers.

McGOWAN.—On the 30th May, 1921, at his resi-

dence, "Laloma," Forest street, Bendigo, Samuel Henry, dearly beloved husband ot Kate

McGowan, aged 75 years.

MULCAHY.-On the 4th June, nt <-tc Hospital,

Joseph, second son of Bri.lgct nnd the late IIirtholomcw Mulcahy, of Cowwarr. B.I.P.

NIELSON.-On the 4th 'lune, at his residence,

"Sunvale," Dunach, Talbot, Hans Nielson, be- loved hi=band of the late Honora Nielson, in his Ooih veji. (A .-lom«t ol over 83 years.)

O'BRIEN.-On Hie Oth June, nt Alfred Hospital,

rhoinas. belo.c1 brother of William O'Brien, late giltektcpcr on Victorian lailwnys at Port McllKiiirne, Caulfield, und William street, Rrigll

toi, uged JO R.I P.

O'KEEFE.-On the loth June, nt Hobart, Sarah,

the yyife of ex-Senator lion. D. .1. O'Keefe, and sister of Mrs. A. li. Mo»es, Albert Pork.

OSBORNE.-On the 0th June, at his residence.

Drumanure, Numurkah (formerly of Londonderry, lrcl-inu), John, the dearly beloved husband of Sarah Osborne, nnd loving father of Mary, John, .lames, Willhm, Martha (Mri .1. Caldwell, N.S.W.), Andrew and Murgaret, aged 70 years.

RAECKE.—On the 10th June, at her residence, 188

Williams road, Toorak, Annie Veronica, dearly belo.ed wife of II. L. Baecke, loving mother of

Carl and Keith.

RAECKE.—On the 10th June, at her residence, 188

Williams read. Toorak, Annie Veronica, dearly loved sister of Mary, Elsie, Margaret, and Wil- liam; loved aunt of Kitty Murphy.

RAECKE.—On the 10th June, at her residence, 188

Williams road, Toorak, Annie Veronica, dearly hclov-d niece of Mary Bussell, loving cousin of

Tot and Claire.

RASTRICK.-On the 8th June, at Cheltenham,

Mary Ann, dearly loved mother of Harold (North- cote), only daughter of the late W. and M. Seeds- man, late of Maldon, aged 68 years.

RASTRICK.-On the 8th June, Mary Ann, the be- loved and only daughter of the late William  

and Mary Seedsman, Maldon, aged 68. (Interred


Sweet rest.

RATHJEN.-On the 8th June, at 35 Regent-street,

Fitzroy (suddenly), John (Jack) Rathjen, aged 3ö years, many years at the Grand Hotel, Mel-

bourne; late of Mildura.

RESEIGH.-On the 9th June, 1921, at her resi- dence, "Carrick Lodge," Donald, Janet Scott, widow of the late Edwin Reseigh, "Oakdale," Avon Plains, and loved mother of Edwin, Robert, Margaret (Mrs. J. Hodgson), James, Lizzie (Mrs. R. Hampton), John, David, Herbert, and Jessie,

aged 74 years.

ROBERTSON.-On the 20th ' May, at Auckland,

X.-., Frank Carlyle, eldest son of the late II. M. Robertson, Dunedin, N.Z.. brother of the late A. M. HobertRon, Lismore, Vic.

SEDDON.—On the 10th June, at the residence of

lils parents. Sorrell avenue, East Malvern, James Gregory, second eldest son of ex-Sergeant W. li. Seddon (lato of Police Department), stepson of Janet Seddon, and loving brother of Willie and Daisy, aged 31 years. 1

SEMMENS.-On the 5th June, passed peacefully

away, at 239 Edward street, East Brunswick,   Sarah June (Tot), dearly beloved wife of Wil- liam Herbert (Herb) Semmens, and dear devoted mother of Eric and Gwen, daughter of Ann and late William Boustead (late of Towyn. North Wales, and Maryport, Cumberland), sister of Will Boustead (Ballarat), James Boustead (Bruns- wick), Mrs. D. Miller (Coburg), aged 46.

Loved by all.

STEPHENSON.-On the 9th June, at the residence

of his parents, 8 Douch street, North Williams- town, Frederick Charles, the dearly loved second son of Leslie and Lila Stephenson (nee Lila Hall), loving brother of Allan and baby Jack, aged 1 year 9 months.

STRINGER. --On tlic 10th May, after a short Ill-

ness, Marlo Helene May Stringer, second daugh- ter of Mrs. B. C. Barnes, of Charlton, The Avenue,

'Ba lucia, a.

How short is life,

How sure in death; '

Alas, our days how few,

Tills mortal life Is but a breath; "'Tis like the morning dew.

TESTRO.-On the 6th June (suddenly). Christoper

Arthur, dearly beloved brother of Jessie (Mrs. Whelan) and brother-in-law of Michael Whelan, and loving uncle of Freda, Phil, Mary, Stephen,

Jessie, and Maurice.  

One of the best.

TUOHEY.-On the 3rd June, at Springhurst, Put

rick, beloved eldest ron of Bridget, and the late James Tuohey, brother of Mary, John, Mrs. P. Gullifer (deceased), Kate (Mrs. E. Howell), Agnes (Mrs. Wm. Dunne), Annie (Mrs. Jno. O'Brien), and James, aged Ofi years. lt.I.P.

WATT.-On the 7th June, at Military Hospital,

Caulfield, Edward James, dearly loved husband, of Ethel, loving father of Dulcie and little Reg, only son of Mr and Mrs. E. J. Watt, of Vine street, Moonee Ponds, loving brother of Alice, Elsie, and Dorothy, loved son-in-law of Mrs. A. Evans, and brother-in-law of James, William, Walter, Jack, and Tom; aged 30 years.          

With Christ, which is far better.    

Loved by all.    

WATT.-On the 7th June, at Caulfield Military Hospital. Edward James, of 12 Ngarveno street, Moonee Ponds, beloved superintendent of Essen- don Baptist Sunday School. (Inserted by his fellow-workers and scholars.)

WILLIAMS.-On the 8th June, at her residence, 5

Mosman ' street, Mosman (N.S.W.), Susan, the dearly loved Bister of Mrs. II. E. Sando, Devanha, Bedan street. Mosman, and Mrs. 'JJ. Hepburn, Double Bay. '

WOOLNOUGH.-On tile 5tb June, at Lennox street, > Richmond, Harriet, widow of tbc late Lcandra

Woolnougtl, and loving sister of Mrs, George Fincham, aged SO years. (Interred .at llaylc ford on the 7tli June.) " ' '

Sweet rest.

YOUNG.-rOn the 1st June, at Warragul, Julia,

relict of the late Robert Stockman Young, of Waubra, and loving mother of Courtland Young, Julia (Mrs. McCully), Jane (Mrs. .1. Mahon), Florence (Mrs. B, 1'. Morgan), aged 78 years. R.I.P.

IN MEMORIAM. On Active Service.

BELL.-In offer tionate remembrance of "darcy,"

the beloved youngest Fon of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bell, of 19 Manning road, East Malvern, and loved brother of Mrs. J. lingham (of Manning road) and Mrs. A. J. Scott (of Boree Creek, . N.S.W.), and lilsio Sylvia, Cyril, and thc.latc ".Gilbert Bell, private 7th Machine Gun Co.

A.I F., killed in action in France, on the 11th

June, IMS.

DU!TON.-In loving memory of my dear brother,

Corporal Arthur K. Dutton, SStli Battalion, killed in France, June 8, 1017; also my dear sister, Bessie (Mrs. Johnson), died February 23, 1010.

To-memory dear.

-(Inserted by their sister and brother-in-law, L. and li. Edwards.)

GOODiSSO.V (Gunner Hutchins).-In proud and

loving memory of my beloved brother, Jack, late W.O. 3rci Gun Squadron, 0th I_.II. Bcgt., South Australia, transferred to a higher life June 1U, 101», at Moascar, Egypt, after service

from 1014.

, . "My dear Anzac brother."

Ile is not dead, lor oit in yisions bright I ace <Him come so near, to comfort me. Hay lils dear spirit progress;, As his earthly words sing on;

Lighting for ever the heart On whom Ills presence Bhoue.

Shall 1 e'er meet here his like again!

Those hearts that canght no gleam

, Of this golden spirit, knew nought ol him ,

That was so kin«, so deir to me.

The saddest day». I've ever known Aro since we're torn apart;

Oft I bring back to recollection sweet

' That tenderne-, full courteous, and complete,

That sympathy so vvondcrfuly rare. 7

Oh, golden memories.

-(Inserted by his sister, Lily.) . GOODISSON.-Sacred to the memory of my dear

netihcw, .lu.k, late W.O. 3rd Gun Squadron. 0th 1..IL Regt., South Australlu.

He boic his life's cross perfectly.

So loved, and missed.

-(Inserted by his uncle, li. Goddisson.)

GOODISSON, E. J. (Jack). - A tribute to his


"Our dear Anzac,"

Swift was his LOtireo, ami short his road; He cloee.l tua eyes and saw his God.

What sudden glury burst upon lils sight,"

How bright his eyes, while those below Shed many tears for him. a grrat victory it was for bim, 'Ihough eirtli's slight cord was riven; To be with luve and peace in purity; liefere the Saviour's feet;

Ant, .mother dear one to welcome us When we ure (ailed to go.

-(Ever rciucnilcred hy his aunts, uncles, and

cousin«, New -calami.)

GOODISSON -In proud memory of my dearest

friend .luck (Anzac), Warrant Officer 3rd M. Gull S . Olli L. llor-e Regt., South Australia.

v. New Zealand Hero.

In (lod't care 1 leave bim till daivns Hie light; Hemciorth no sorrows will grieve bim, Ut.ue-l loved one. Good-night.

-(Inserted by his friend, Ena Thompson, S.A.)

GOODISSON (Gunner Hutchins).-Respect to the

memory of our most loved comrade (Jack) late W.O., 3rd M.i'S, 0th L.H. Hegt., South'Aus- tralia, accidentally killed at Moascar, Egypt, 12th June. 1010. ' '* I "A Dinkum Anzac."

. Our Umpire.

First on the football field. Then on the battle-field. One, so seldom met,

(hie, we never can forget.

-(Inserted by Ibc hilljims and friends.)

MXCOlBltON. - In loving memory of Alexander

John, cider son of the late Dr. Walter Macgibhon Flt/roi, and Mrs. Macgibbon, Faversham road' Canterbury, killed Gallipoli, Juno lo, 1013 '

For ever with Hie Lord.

MCPHERSON -In loving memory of my dear hus-

band, Captain James Mcpherson, 40th Battalion killed in action 12th June, 1017. ' MENDOZA -In proud and loving memory of Lieut.

Howard Kingsley Mendoza, killed in action at Messines, June 11, 1917. (Inserted bv his lovingng father, sisters, and brothers.)

MURPHY.-In sad and loving memory of our dear

son and brother,A/Sgt. J. J. H. Murphy (Jack)   killed in action, France, 12th June, 1918. R.I.P.

Ever remembered.

-(Inserted b. his parents, brother, and sister 54 Grosvenor street, East St. Kilda.)   MURPHY.-In memory of my dear pal, Sgt. J. J

Murphy (Jack), died in France, June 12, 1918

(Inserted by Eric Duke.)

PHILLIPS -lu loving memory of our dear brother

Mervyn, ol loth Battalion, A I.E., who died of wounds at Messines on 11th June, 1D17. (in -ertcd hy \. <J. und M. II. Phillips.) ,

PHILLIP- - lu proud and loving memory of my

dear brother, Ipi. M.rv.vti li., died of wounds at Messines, on June 11. 1017.

r-o deeply mourned.

So sadly missed. » \ -(Inserted hy his loving sister, May.)

PHILLIPS. - lu loving memory of Mervyn H.

Phillips, 40th Batt., died of wounds-, Balllcul, Franco, 11th June, 1017. (Inserted by Charl And



On Active Service

SCOTT-In loving memory of our dear]> loved son

ond brother Pte r rancis Gordon Scott killed in action Bomcuhere in Franco on the 10th June, 1018 (late of 21st Battalion) aged 1» J ear

lie gave lils young life lor his umntry,

hor honour, fifth and right

With us his memory e\er Inca,

Ile fought u noble flehl

Our \oung hero

-(Inserted b) iii, loving parents, sister*;, ind brothers Greensborough )

SCOTT- \ tributo of love to the memory of our

dear friend Stanley Seaton (Stan) lite 0th Batt , killed in action 1 lance lune 1** lOlfc

I ter remembered

-(Inserted1 bv Mrs Barry and daughter« )

BESAVKO - In «cr loving and sorrowful memory

oí m> deir mother and father who to sudden!} departed this life on the same day» June 11, 1020, only a few hours between


M hen alone in m. grief the bitter tears flow, Then come, a fon i vision of one Tear ago

lust as m a dream, thej stund hy inv side

And whi per m su cet voice, ' Daughter don't

crj '


\ot a round disturb« their slumbers,

Not a caro to mark their brow. Ml their pains and trouble? over,

Thev art both peacefully sleeping now Tliey both were a fnend to mam ,

And to their own proved tme, Unselfifth laving kind to all

And the best of parents, too

Tlie dearest mother and father God ever gave

-(Inserted b> their lovlug daughter Arlu and brother in lau Leonard J Mills, and little grand daughter, Phillis Besank o )

B1SANKO-In Mil nnd loving remembrance of

ni) dear father, wbo passed away on the 11th Tune, 1020 at 20 Maribyrnong road, Moonee


Ile bore his pain, he bore it well, How he suffered none can tell

Peacefully sleeping, resting at last,

Life 8 wear) troubles and suffering past

No sympathy is needed now, - , Bis cares arc all at rest,

But happr are they who to day can say I They loved him. and did their beat

1 orget you-no, dear dad,

i i or memory's loving chain *

Will always link jon round my heart

Until wc meet ngain

Dear old dad

-(Inserted bv his loving- ran and daughter m law, Albert and Lisle)

[BI-SANhO - In sad and loving remembrance of

my dour mother, who paused away on the 12th of Tune 1920, at Trinafour private hospital,

Moonee Ponds

Oh how I miss von, mother, dear,

'Tis God alone can tell, ** > I spend many a lonely hour,

And shed bitter tears as well

, "But rest in ?peace dear mother,

Since God ordained it so,

I In haste Ho caliea vou from us,

So of course )ou had to go

I dream I Bec your dear, kind face,

And kiss your still, cold brow, « But in my aching heart I know

I have no mother now

-(Inserted by her loving »on and daughter in law, Albert and Flsie )

BISANUO- In loving mernoo of our dear father .

who passed away on June 11, 1020 nibo our dear mother, who passed awav on lune 12 1020, at

Moonee Ponds

Sweet is the word remembrance,

And these few Unes will show \ou will always he remembered

As the yean may come and go

T-(ln«*ertcd bv their loving son and daughter in

law. Alex and lot Besanko, Jleniotit, also their loving grandchildren, duck and Ph)li _ Bcsunko ) BFSiWKO -In loving memory of dear mother and

father, who passed peaceful!) nwiiy on the» 12th June, 1020

' Gone hut not forgotten"

-(Insetted bv their son, Gordon and daughter in law, Dorotlo, and grandchild )

BIRNIE - In loving memory of my dear friend

Barbara Birnie, who died June 11, 1920, at " Lumeah," Toorak road.    

Sadly missed. —(Inserted by J.H. )  

BLANSHARD - In sad and loving memory of my

dear mother Barbara Annie, who died on the 11th June, 1918, at "Claremont." Prahran  

Still living, still loving, still ours.

—(Inserted by her loving daughter, son-in-law,     and grandson, Edith, Harry, and Alan   McCrindle, "Trevallyn," F. Malvern )

BOASE - In loving memon of my dear son and

our loving brother, John who pus_ed away Otii June, 1010, also my beloved wife and our dear mother, who passed to li if, her life Mur eh,


Sunshine passe" shadows fall

Love and remembrance outlast all

-(Inserted b) his loving father, brothers, and sisters.)

CAIRD-In loving memory of mv dear f ither, who

died on ihe 10th Tune, 1020 ot W oodend

A beautiful memory left bellin I t Of a loving lather so good aud kind -(Inserted hy his daughter Ruby )

CAIRNS-în sad and loving memory of James

beloved husband of Isabella of 77 Arthurton road, Northcote, and loving father of Mr« J'obert» Mrs, Cooi>nr, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs Parsons (de » ceased), Mn. Harrison, Mav, James lack (di.

ceased), and Norman

\t rest, "i

CAMFRON -V heartfelt tribute lo the i»6.nor> of

Mr Doligal Cameron, lute of Dei Cameron J__tate, Llmhunrt, v*> o. _ I w \ r j t i Pver remcmhered",','% * ?

-(Inserted bv one who.«, mother] __.s little ones he and hisiinble v>ife so gencrouslv helped with food and clothing when ill in hospital )

CLARKE - In loving memory of mv dear hubband

ami onr dear father, Hcnrv C1«rec, passed away suddenly at Toorak June 11. 1012

The )cara will briug their changes,

But still oin constant hearts M ill keep dear father s memorv

A sacred thing apart

-(Inserted by his loving wife and funilv, "0 Union street, Malvern )

CUMBERLAND -In loving memon of our dur

wife and mother, Elizabeth Morgant Cumber land, who left us on lune 11. 1020 (Inserted h) her husband, sons, and daughter, )

CUMBERL \ND-In loving mernoo or our dear

mother, who passed awav nth June 1020

\Dcarl) loved Sadly missed

-(Inserted by II and H J Cumberland )

Di MCI N-In fond memorv* of mv denr frknd,

Michucl J Denizen, who departed this hie at Bridgewater, Mc, about lune 11 1011

F Irlend of my vouth, mid cornudo,

How fares it with thee MOW«

Tlie _.recn grass springs on thv distant grave,

riiL bod lies on thy brow

Oh, Mother Eartlt, ret lightlv

On Hi. kind and gentle bruist,

And deep in the realm« of eternal bliss,

^our true spirit tal cs its rest


-(Inserted bj his old friend, J P r . Du Ido Wells, "Wc)

DRF1IMANN -In loving remembrance of Theo

dort Drehmann, who departed this life June 11, 10H, at __0 Spencer street

¡.weet ia the word remembrance,

Mid this our love will _hovv , _ ou arc ever Jn our memory

A** the vears they come and i,o

-(Inserted bv his fond wife nud loving children ) ELKINGTON- In sad and loving memory of my

dear wife Lavinia, & our darling mother, who passed peacefully away on the 11th June, 1920

Deeply mourned.    

Inserted by her sorrowing husband and family. 14 James street, Richmond.  

FENNEL. -In loving memory of my dear wife,  

Doris Osborne, bclqvcd mother of little Jam, who passed awav at 320 Glenlyon road, Last

Brunswick on June 11 lO-'O

Loved in life, honoured in death, treasured in 1 memory

Her ehecn ways and sunny smiles

Are pleasant to recall.

She had a kiudlv wold for each,

And died beloved by all

-(Inserted b) her lavin,, husband and little 1 Jean ) »

.HOLT-In laving memorv of our dear mother

who pawed a-va) at Berwick,* June 13, ltil_ RIP .

Ever remembered ¡

-(Inserted bj her loving children, Mordialloc

and roster)

I HOW VTl -In loving remembrance of my dear | husband, James Crawford Ho watt, who passed

away 11th lune 1020

"Until the dnj breaks, and the shadows flee

awav '

HOW DEN (Blunn) -In loving memory of our dear

daughter Beatrice, who passed away on the 11th

June, 1010

SIcp on, .lovet one -(Mother, father, and urothcr )'

HUNTER -In sincere and affectionate remembrance

of 1 van Arthur Hunter who passed away nt Boon holm Malvern, Jipe 11, 1917

'We who loved you still remember"

LOCK1 -In loving memory of mj dear mother,

who died 20th Ma), 1020, nt St Leonard«

\ beautiful meuior) left behind

Of u loving mother, true nnd kind

W e have lost, but nea en lus gai neil, One of the best the world contained

-(Inserted h) her lov ing daughter, J llighdcn )

Lo.VI -In loving memorv of our dear son and

brother, Met, who died on tlie 12th lune, 101S

Though lost to sic,ht, to memory ever dear

-(Inserted I» his loving father mother, brother, and sisters, 16 Carlisle street, Preston )

LLMLL\ -In loving manor) of my dearly loved

mother Margaret fccott, who passed away on the 12th June, 1910

M e ore thinking of you to day, dear mother,

Although two vears have passed, Pictuniik )ou in mernot.

Just ns vvc Niw )0U last

-(Inserted by her loving son George and daugh- ter In law, Elsie I ittock )

MtCDOUGATI -In lining memon of our dear

mother, who was called lo the higher life on June 7,11020

It Is a sweet and «acred memon

Of mothers goodness, faith and love, A memor) that tears vilj strengthen,

Till we meet in our Tathcr's home above

-(Inserted bj her loving daughter and son in law, Maggie and I rank Bateman )

McILltOY-In memor) of mj deir mother, Elixa

beth Margaret Cumberland (Clare Mcllro) )

MolNNPS-In sad and loving remembrance of my

dear wife Nora who died lune 12 102O, at Essen don '

Sully nursed *

-(Inserted bj her iovitif, husband Dave)

MclWEb- In sjcred memon if ni) dear mother

vvhu passed away June Io lft°0

1 \er nnicinbcrcd ( -(Inserte 1 bv her loving daughter, son in law, and grandchildren )

PBJ1IBOSI- -In bid and loving memor) of our

dear husband and father r \\ Pi i m row fhtc Guard, \ ¡dorian Railvvuvs), who died at Bal

larat, Tuite 12, 1010 also our beloved only son, I light Lieut U J Primrose A I C, killed in action, 1 mice lune . 1H1H

lather and son reunited

Loved in life, cherished in memon,

Honoured in death

-(inserted b> his loving wife nnd daughter, Nellie and hate Primrose )

PRIMROSI -In fond ami loving memon ot our

dear father 1 \\ Piimro^e who dien] nt BJ!

Inrut l°tl) June, 101D also our deir brother i Might Lieut L J Primrose, killed in trance,

4th June 101S

''In our home you aro always remembered ' I -(Inserted by Betta, Stan, and little Joyce Gillie )


Deeply regrette 1

-(Inserted by his wife and fimilv)

ROI11 RTSO\ -In loving memory of ourl dear

mother l.eorgianna v letona Robertson, who passed awav at Myola, Shafteshury street, Pssen don, on lune 12, 1020

ROBHU-ON - In loving memory of our dear

mother who died at ' Myola l--cndon, 12th June 10"0 (I an IP Bobeltson, Macorna )

SCHN \IIHJ- In loving memory ol Evelyn tulla,

who pas. ed away on thirl «li June, 1920, loy in,,' wife of I I it bclmabcl, and fond mother of

Maisie and Jack

At re-t

SCUIVbN -In loving memory of our dear son,

1 red, who died on. the 2Sth May, 1010

One by one our loved ones leave us,

And our sad licnrts question why, But we have God s own u_uraiicc

M c shall meet them bj and by

-(Inserted by his loving father and mother, "Monte A Ista,' jN-vy Gisborne ) ' SOI OMON -In fond and loy ing remembrance of

my dear father Isaac «ho departed this life on 11th June 1691 at Nc-rtli 1 it-rov also my dear mother France«, »ho departed this life on 2-th Jnly, 101P, at reran«

May their souls rc-t in peace

Gone, but not for-ottcii

-(Ins. ried by their loving son Joe Solomon )

SPItAGUI -In loving memory of my dear mother,

who died lllh June, 1010

A ucnitilol memory left bchlnl

Of a loving mother, so tme and kind, 'Tis sweet to be remembered,

And this our love will show, We think of our dear mother

j\s tho years mav come and go

-(Inserted Ivy her loving d uigliter and son In law, Hilda and Frank Miller)

SPRAG-I -In sad lind loving memory of my

dear wife and our loved mother who pas-ed away on June 11, I-IO1

j\ loving one from u_ is gone,

A volcd we loved .ia stilted V place is vacant In our home

Which never can be Ulled

-(Inserted by her loving husband and daughter Em)

SPRAGU1 -In loving .memory of our dear mother,

who missed awav on June 11 1J10

Althone,- two years haye pissed uwav,

Since our great sorrow fell

Yet m cur licarU we u Qum the loss

Of one we loved so well ,

-(Inserted by her loving daughter and son in law. Anule und W11 Lo it. also grandchildren Ollie and Harold )

STEPHENS-In loving memory of mi dear hus

baud William who pa sod from lins life at Can- terbury on lune 11 1010

' Until the dav I u ii » -(Inserted by hi« loving wl'c )

Bil PI1TNS-In loving memory of our denr father,

who died at Canterbury on lune II 11)19

' Left behind we wait in Inst Tor the resurrection day

-(Inserte i hy his dain_httr KUI In liw, and grandson )

STEWART -In sail but loving memory f ni) dear

mother, who passed nyvuy lune li 1*0 at High street Chilli on

I.SUB is our Shrphirl

-(Inserlcd by her loving daughter, Mrs I I" Holmes Charlton )

STI V, MIT -In loving memory of dLur Gran , who

died at High street, Charlton oi June 11


Beloved by all -'(Inserted 1" jinnie Holmes )

\ ARC01--In loy ing memory of ni) dear husband

mil our fltur f tiller, who pisbcd avvnv it Wool

ing * \ew Cltborne, on" Tune 10, 101J (Inserted by bli loy in" wife and sous \rtlinr m 1 Leslie ) W MID -In fond remembrance of mv dear husband

jMfrcfl A and mv dour fntli.r who was called

home\ on lune 11. 1010

\ devoted husband iipd a father

Why such a life so young, so noble beautiful, *-n fuir of promise, to oil good, so dutll-1

Should from us thus be taken, we know not.  

But ourselves may surely tell: God never makes


He tloeth all things well Let not our faith bo

shaken ,.

-(Inserte 1 bv Ins loving wife and son, (Jiv-ii slreet, Konunburra )

V. MID -In loving memory of our son ami brother,

Allred, who was called to higher stn ice on June

11, 1019

' Thy will me done Forever with the Lord '

-(Inserted by his loving parent- and sister, Se} mour )

Vv MID -In loving menlory of our dear bother

Alfred who was called home on lune 11 1919

"Uiull the day breaks, and the sha lows Ilco nwaj "

-(Inserted by A ami It Marriott Bcntlei_h )

M ARM-R-In loving memory of my dear wife

nnd n other -.-- ."-.* -* "'-'- ""- "--. 1010 (In ?laut, liter )

WIILS - In loving memory ¿I our deir Buhen,

who passed anny lune 12, 1010 (Inserte! by his loving sister Su«ie)

WILSON-In loving memory of oi r dear mother,

who passed nuny on the 12th line 1920 ut "Mistrngh" Desailly street sile

' Thourli dentil divides fond memory clines"

-(Inserted bv her loving di-iJiters-, Agnes lliz.1, and I lorence, at bale)

WOODHrM)- In loving^ remembrance of my

dearly beloved wife, who died at Middle Brigh-   ton, June 11, 1919.    

YOUNG. -In loving memory of dear little Marion,

who fell asleep on 11th June 1920, at 39 Gower street, Kensington.    

So dearly loved, so deeply mourned.

-(Mr. and Mrs. Hall and family, Hampton.)  


ALLISON -The Famlly of the late Mrs. JOSEPH  

ALLISON, Sen., desire to THANK their numer-     ous friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and floral

tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in   their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the master undertakers, "Milverton," Errol street, North Melbourne.

ALT- -Mr and Mrs MjlV and ramity desire

to express their «necio riUSIvS to their Immy kind friends, relutlics for cards letters,

telegrams, and pcr_oi_il expiestions of sympathy in their recent sad bereivtiiient of then beloved daughter Hill ntl 1 m I friends please accept this intimation of their deepest gratitude as it is impossible to thank each one personally. 16   Dundas street. Thornbury.       CAMPBELL--Mr. S. CAMPELL and Family,

Mrs W Goodwin und Mrs 1 O Hickey | desire to 111 v.M. nil lind fneuds for ninny ex

pressions of sympathy III their recent sid mid sudden bcrcavcimut -. ^t Innes street 1 i-cndoti

C\\\OOD- Mr und Mr' W J U-tt COD desire

to THANK the many Iricnds fur letters of sympathy in then1 recent sad loss Stanley t len. Apollo Ilnv

al__S-The luther ant Mother of the late

DOHOrm I dosm Ui IHAMV their mun) friends und dear relativ * J. for all letters cards, an I beautiful florol tributes lu their sad bereave- ment especially Mis v \ Cook, Mr and Mrs II \ King anl the lit. M Deasu Blitara, Burwood road, Glenferrie

KIDD - Tho^litcrs and Brother- of the lute Mr

I011N KIDD, of 20- Roden stree!, West Mc!

bourne desire to 'HLWh their many triends for cirds, letters telegrams cxpre-iion- of sympathy, an I llorul tributes in their leccnt sail hcrcuvuncnt, especially thanking Dr I lv rroupu for hw nillir iUA attention, and Hey W Clemens and eomrade u¡ - Ictorlan Railway s

Mi \* Uli -Mr M Mc\ MB desires to tender lila

heartfelt niAivK- for personal visits cardi, Icttet" telegrams and floral expressions of sym pathy received dunng his recent sad bereavement, .sptciaUy thanking Drs. ¿stawell nnd Littlejohn far their unremitting Mudncss aud attention W HI all iricnds kindly accept this acknowledgment, as it is impossible to reply personally JJ Studley road Ivanhoe____ _

MJ-ähRS I and r CSUIBNTO and Misa IS

C.-vMENTO desire to 1H.VNK their minv kind Iricnds for telegrams leiten, llorul tribute», und personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. 100 Rathdown street. Carlton.

MR BERT TRELOAR and the Sisters and Bro-thers of the late MARY E. (Minnie) TRE- LOAR desire to THANK their many friends for   their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement, and especially extend grateful thanks   to Mesdames Kohlmann, Russell, Webb, Macken-   zie, Matthews, Nurse Lord, and Dr Bretherton, for   their kind attention. Bowen street, Prahran.

MR and Mrs 1 v 1S1GK and Tamliy desire to

THANK their min. kind /neilds and reli tions for letters, cards telegrams, and llpril tri In tea and personul cvpressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement Will all kind friend- ac ccpt this intimation of deepest gratitude McDon nie! street, Mordhlloi__ MU and'Mrs W~LU1H> and Family desire to

express Iben most sincere THANKS for the many kind token- of sympitliy in their recent sad bereavement Thci also wish to thonk Nu MeljcugliMn, of the Geelong Hospital _ _ ?¡VPt B iru.Lr\M uni 1 amity desire to i iVJb press their Vlnitic HUNKS to relativ

Iriends, nnd neighbour^« for ttlcgrnms, litters, tloril tributes and pcrsi nal cxprei-ioiig 0f sym pathy in their recent sad and sudden Jicrcavoment

MRS~P OLM ) and 1 lunilv desire to III \\K

the many kind friend» for letters telegrams, floral tributes and personal sympathy during their recent sad bereavement especially tlunkm. Mr Mnclcllun au I employees of the Big Store, Chapel street, Prahran Will all kind friends pitase accept lins intimation of deepest frrati ludo a Osborne ny.iiut 1* Malvern_ MHS J TORODt- anl 1-uinily desire lo -lLN.Mv.

their many friends and relations for letters, telegrams, cards, and Moral tribute-, personal ex pressions of sympathy f-itcnllv thinking Mrs Lev, also the slaters, nurses and stall of the J\IIS lin Hospital for their care and untiniij attention 2.2 1-ltzroy stieet,_l ¡rziov_

MRS RUSSULand FWIILY desire to Til -SK

all kind friend- mU,hours, and relative* for letters, telegrams an 1 personal cxpreSsiono of «ym plithy in their sail lirrc-vcin»nt especially thaik ii« Rev, Prior Power ni Si-tcra of the Good shepherd li1 \ bworlh si i cot, Albert Turk

MRS L WRIGHI ural 1 amlly desire to IHAMv

their many kin I friends for letters canis telegrams and pirsonnl ex| rcssiona of sympathy in iheir recent sad herejy errent II Winifred street, I welldon___

IV/fltS A. \ WAY lind Family desire to TIHNK

_>-_. relatives lind fiicndi for kind visits mes sat,cs letters, and canis of si mpathy dunng the r rtcenl sad bereayement 7- Brun wick road, Bruns wick_!_

O NEILL- The 1 muli of the late THOMAS

O NI ILL desire lo )ll\Mv their many kind friends and relatives for letters, cards and per sinai expressions of si mp illy received during their recent sad bereayement _Melton_ PV.CI--Mrs ST-lD nil Miss PV.GF desire to

THVMv their mm) 1 in I friends and relatives for letter., card« t-lr<,riitis, floral tributes, and peisonul oxpi <~-ions- of null athy in tlieir recent

sid benavem nt, especially thanking Bev ^io Dr I (ru \uisc Cooper Mr J (riggs and MIN

Wells Maldon

rpHlTi_mIlj'"ôrihe !.itÇ_Mr«_ J VMtT MpQRl- ]

I their ancere JHWKS to' theil mun kuli ¡"run Is (or letter' and telcprims .1 mnplthv f.celvt! ii Hu los of thor lou mollir c ctlnllv thuin,. Dr 1 leinilig Jiivte Mr Ivirniui't ml Mr ^uthirlan) 1 Statil'v street Bl l(,liton _

rilli! Dniu,liteiL or li. lite Councillor H X O Ml ARA desire lo Til \NK lelitivcs and friends for their kind vKils telegrams «oral tributes, and canis of «iiiipatl», especially th.l-1 ing Mrs FcIId, Dr Cahill and Rev ï_thcr Nor rii. in their recent s.ul bereavement \


TX7ILS0N.-The Widow omi Son of the late GEO. V> WILSON desire to exprès tlieir sincere anil heartfelt THANKS fe«- tlio many kind exyircssioiii of sympathy in telegrams, letters, cards, visit, and beautiful floral tribut«, cspecially thanking Rev. li Buugcv, Mr. Geo. Connor, Mr. Manning, and Mr. Canning for their kindness and atten- tion during Uieir Kid bereavement 0 "bln." Btreet, Abbotsford. _ ___ _ _ _

WOOLNOUGH. - Mrs. FINCHAM gratefully

THANKS all kind friends for sympathy, especially Mrs and Miss Ramage, also Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Clark, for their devoted attention to my departed sister during a long, lingering illness. St. Kilda. WRAY.-Tlie Fainilv of the laic Mrs. .TI'.SSIi: I

WRAY, Arness street, North Carlton, dcsirci to THANK their manv kind friends for letters, curds, telegrams, floral' tribute*, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy with them in their recent sad bcrca __ncnt._ _

YOUNG.-Miss E~ 'YOUNO and'Mrothcre and Si:

tere wish to return THANKS to many kind friends for floral tributes, letters, telegrams, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sail be- reavement, specially (hanking Rev. G. F. Dyson, Miss Thomas, Mrs. Eunson. also Dr. Plante for his kindly attention, and Sir. Lewis, undertaker. 71 Cecil street, Fitzroy. _


BARKER.-Friend« of Uie late Mr. WALTER

JOHN HARKER, painter. Toorak road, nrc Informed that lils remains will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will move from lils private res!, dence, lu Davis street. South Yarra, Tlllb DAY (Saturday, June 11), at 3fo'clock. . . "

II. MATTHEWS PIT. LTD., Motor Funeral Ser \ Ice, Toorak Road, South Yarra, and at Oakleigh.

DUEHDIN.-Tho Friends of the late OEORGh

DUERDIN are Informed that his funeral will leave "Therei," Orrong road, Toorak, To-morrow (Sunday, the 12th inst.), at 3 p.m., for the Mel- bourne General Cemetery,

'Phone «0

TAASTWOÖn. -"Hie Friends of tim late Mr. I X11 ALLEN EASTWOOD are informell that lils |

remains will be Interred in the Eaglehawk Ccme

Tlio Funeral Is appointed to move from the Ben- digo tailnny station on Monday, lath lust., on arrival nf the 0.40 ,i,m. train (rom Melbourne.

AI,ri!KI> ALLISON, Funeral Director (estab. ISM), High street, Northcote ('phone Northcote

21'). " . . I

MCCOLL.-Tlio Friends ' of Mr. ARCniHALD I

McCOLL arc respectfully Invited to follow the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Sarah | Matilda, to the place of interment, tlie Ne Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

The funeral will leave his residence, 20 Liverpool

street, North Fitzrov, THIS DAY (Saturday, June ' 11, 1IVJ1), at 1.30 p.m. No flowers.

.TOMAH HOLDSWORTH, Funeral Director. Head ofllce, 380 Lygon street, Carlton. Td. 1102 Cent.

QUINN.-The Friends ot the late Mr, FREDE

RICK QUINN arc respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place, of Interment, the brigh- ton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence. "Lenraha," Lvilin street, Rentlelgh, THIS DAY (Saturday, the

11th inst.), at 3.00 p.i '

A. A. SrXinilT, Funeral Directors, 230 Buy |

street, Brighton.1 'Phono X1I10.

RATII.1EN.-The Friends ol the late Mr. .10I1S I

' RATHJEN are respectfully invited io follow his remains to tile place of interment, Coburg Cemetery. - .

The funeral will leave 1 Latrobe street, Mel- bourne, THIS HAY (Saturday, Util inst.), at 3


JOHN DALEY, Kmlialmer and .Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne._ SEDDON.-Tho. Friends of Mr.'«'. II. SEDDON

are respectfully invited to follow the remains of Ins late beloved son, -lames Gregory, to the place of interment, in tile Coburg Cemetery.

'Hie Funeral will leave his residence, Sorrell avenue, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Saturday, the 11th June), at 3 p.m., arriving at the Cemetery at about J.Ii p.m. (Motors.)

DRAYTON and GARSON, Undertakers, %V> High street, Malvern. 'Phone U1228.


erected to tlie memory of the late Mn.. EMMA NATHAN wl/l be Consecrated at the Hrighto Cemetery on Sunday. June 10, at ÍUT