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BIRTHS

BUNGATE (nee Heather Nisbet).-Decem-   ber 16, 1941, at Osterley private hospital, Prince's Highway, Kogarah, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bungate, a daughter (Leanne Heather). CARRUTHERS (nee Ivy Clare).-December 24, at St. Margaret's Hospital, to Ivy and George --a daughter (Judith Noel Clare

Carruthers).

CRITCHLEY.-December 27, at North Syd- ney Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Critchley, of Milson's Point-twin daughters.

FERRIE (nee Emelia Dargie).-December 26, at Crown Street Women's Hospital (private), to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Ferrie, of Lane Cove-a son (Ian Ronald).

GOLDSTEIN (nee Anderson).-December 21, to Clara, wife of Ronald D.. 23 Oak Street, Ashfield-.a daughter (Christine Ruth).

HAINES.-December 25, at Bignall private hospital. Lidcombe, to Mi. and Mrs. Haines

a son (John Anthony).

HAWKSLEY.—December 26, 1941, at Mater Misericordiae private hospital, North Sydney, to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hawksley—a son (Denis Irvine).

HEINECKE.-December 26, 1941. at War Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. John Helnecke -a sen (Kerry Burns).

HENDERSON.-December 13. lo the Wife of Captain Graham Henderson-a son.

KALESKI.-December 26, at Crown Street Srlyate hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon

Kaleskl-a son.

McLEAN (nee Esme Diehl).-December 27, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. s. G. McLean-a son (Sydney

Russell).

MOW (nee Gore).-December 24. at Lister House. Wollongong, to Margaret, wife of Cedric M.-Mow-a daughter (Pamela Milba).

PARK (nee Julie Krause).-December 27, at Woodleigh private hospital, Hurstville, to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Park-a daughter.

PIPER (nee Linfoot).-December 26, at Bethesda, Marrickville, to Marjorie, wife of Albert Piper -a son (Neville Richard).

WADDELL.-December 27, at Royal Hos- pital, Paddington, to Gwenyth, wife of J. R. Waddell. Cremorne-a son.

ENGAGEMENTS

CARTER-McPHERSON.-The Engagement Is announced of Constance Isobel, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Mcpherson, of Marrickville, to Glen Albert, eldest son of Mr. -and Mrs. Ben Carter, Kogarah.

DOUGHERTY-PRICE.-The Engagement is announced of Winifred, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Price, of 76 Laurel Street, Willoughby, and late of Young, to Robert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dougherty, of 29 Sydney Street, Willoughby.

MAIDEN-PARKER.-The Engigemcnt Is announced of Betty Joan, youngest daughter of Mr. JI. W. N. and the late Mrs. Parker, of Penrith, to John Lloyd, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Malden, of Cranebrook.

NORTON-ROBINSON.-The Engagement is announces of Nccla, eldest daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. G. Robinson, of Drummoyne, to A.C.I. Francis John, R.A.A.P.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Norton, of Hornsby.

PREECE-HARRIS.-The Engagement ia announced of Una Geneviève, only daughter of Mrs. M. G. Hcrris, of Edgecliff, and Gnr. E. .:. (Ted) Preece (A.I.F., abroad), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Preece. of Belmore.

ROBINSON-ROWE.-The Engagement is announced of Connie, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. Robinson, of Hurst- ville, to Noel, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr, G. G. Rowe, of Eastwood.

WILLIAMS-BOSMAN.-The Engagement Is announced of Mavis, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Bosman, of Hurstville, to Raymond, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams, of Clovelly._

MARRIAGES

KERSHAW-LUMSDAINE.-December 27. 1941, at Holy Trinity Church, Dulwich Hill, Marjorie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O, Lumsdaine, of Manly, to Ernest, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A, Kershaw, Bradfordville,

Goulburn.

KINSELA-ANDERSON.-December 20, 1941, at Holy Cross Church, Bondi Junction, by Rev. Mons. Collinder, Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson, Narooma, to Claude, only child of Mrs. Cassle Kinsela and the late Claude C. Kinsela, of Bellevue

Hill.

PENSON-CHAPLIN.-December 27, at St. Barnabas', Bondi Junction, Ida Frances Chaplin to William Penson, of Arncliffe,

VESPER-PRIOR.-The Marriage of Joan, only daughetr of Mr. end Mrs. Ken. Prior, of Mosman, with Peter, eldest son of Mr, and Mrs, Peter Vesper, of Mosman, was celebrated at Blessed Sacrament Church, Clifton Gardens, on Saturday. December 27._

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

PETCHELL-GRIFFIN.-December 28, 1891, at Windsor, Frederic William Petchell, of Northampton, Eng., to Louise Gertrude Grif- fin, of Carroll, N.S.W. Present address,  

Riverstone.

ROLL OF HONOUR

GILBERT.-On active service abroad. De- cember 12, 1941, Private Bryan William, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gilbert, of Pendle Hill, and brother of Howard.

STURDAY.-December 24, 1941. Killed in aircraft accident in England, Pilot-Officer Bruce Leonard, beloved youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sturday, Badgery Avenue. Homebush, brother of Graham, Gwynne, Dorothy, and Freda.

DEATHS

ARMSTRONG.-December 27, 1941, at his   residence. 'Mangerton', 49 Wentworth Road, Vaucluse. William George Armstrong, M.B., Ch.M., D.P.H., in his 83rd year.

BARNETT.- Elizabeth Irvine, widow of the late Rev. C. Benson Barnett and beloved mother of Rita (Mrs. J. T. H. Kerr) and

Allan.

BEACH.-December 2,7, 1941 (suddenly), at his son's (Constable James Beach) resi- dence, Windsor Street, Richmond, Arnold Ed- ward Beach, late of Islington and formerly of Brownsville, relict of Bridget Beach and dear father of William (Newtown), Kathleen (Mrs. F. Knight, Islington), Eileen (Mrs. L. Heath, Taree), James (Richmond), Cecilia (Mrs. C. Robinson, Taree), and Harold (Islington), aged 66 years. R.I.P. Interred Sandgate Catholic Cemetery, 28th instant.

BEATTY.-December 37, 1941, at a pri- vate hospital. May Violet Beatty, dearly loved wife of Thomas Beatty, of 11. Alfred Street, Mascot, and dear mother of Tammy, Eddie, and Joyce, aged 38 years.

BENNETT.-December 26. 1941, at St. George District Hospital, Elizabeth B. Ben- nett, late of Cambridge Street, Penshurst, asea 78 years. At rest, Privately Interred. Woronora Cemetery, Saturday, 28th lost.

BERKELEY.-December 28, 1941, at 9 Cook Avenue, Kingsford, David Charles Berke- ley (late of Q.P.O., Sydney), beloved hus- band of Harriett and fond father of Jack, Harriett, Jean, Sidney, Myrtle, and Bruce, aged 69 years. At rest.

BOGLE.-December 26, 1941, at her daugh- ter's residence, at Balgowlah, Margaret, wife of the late Robert Vere Bogle end dearly loved mother of James (Beau Desert). Maisie (Mrs. C. R. Stuart, Uganda), Vera (Mrs. W. H. Spooner, Balgowlah), and Eve (Mrs, F. H. Sargant, London). At peace.

BOWMAKER.-December 27, 1941, at En- field, Lillian Phillipa, beloved wife of James Swan Bowmakor, of 23 Hughes Street, Ash- field, and loving mother of Raymond. Kath- leen (Mrs. H. W. Green), Douglas, and Enid, in her 68th year.

BRENNAN.-December 27, 3941, «t Lewi- sham private hospital, Emily Monica Brennan, of 81 Bland Street, Ashfield, relict of the late Thomas Brennan, dear mother of Marie (Mrs. Shaw) and Thomas. Requlescat in pace.

BROOMFIELD.- At Bow Hill, Wingham. Anne, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Broomfield, aged 85 years.

BURVETT.-December 27, 1941, at New- castle Hospital, Reginald Stephen, beloved son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A, S. Burvett and loving brother of Alfred F. (deceased), Her- bert H. (deceased), Clarice M. (deceased). Irene E. (deceased), and Dorothy, aged 43 years. Privately cremated December 28, 1941, at Beresford Crematorium, Newcastle.

BUSH.-December 24 (suddenly), Alfred, dearly beloved husband of Florence Ellen Bush, of 33 Main Street. Coburg, and loving lather of Norman, Marjorie (Mrs. G. La- mond), and Dorothy (Mrs. J. Farrow), aged

61 years.

BUSH-.December 24 (suddenly). Alfred, eldest son of the late Charles and Henrietta Bush, of Bell Street, coburg, and loving brother of Ted (deceased), Elizabeth (Bessie. Mrs. W. WUmot), Charleo (deceased), Hen- rietta (Mrs. T. Crisp), and Margaret (Mrs.

Bert Hotchkiss).

CHUDLEIGH.—December 28, 1941, at his residence, 18 Fletcher Street. Helensburgh, William Wetton, beloved husband of Martha Jane Chudleigh and father of Edna, in his

80th year.

COLLINS-December 28, at Bowral District Hospital, Alfred Patrick Collins, of Moss Vale, only survlvlpg son of Caroline and the late John Collins, loved brother of Florrie (Mrs. B. Smythe) and Lily (Mrs. A. R. Bamber),

COLVIN.-December 27, 1941, at her resi- dence, 6 Clermiston Avenue, Roseville, Edith May, beloved wife of George and loving mother of Nancy and Barbara (deceased).

CONNELL.-December 27, 1941. at 539 New South Head Road, Double Bay. Antony John, loved son of Lieutenant and Mrs. Val Connell, aged 3 weeks. Funeral wll leave Wood CoSUl Limited, Chapel. 810 George Street, this Monday, at 2.30 p.m., for Northern Suburbs Cemetery.

- CONNELL.-December 27, 1941, Dorothea Eleanor, beloved wife of Leslie Gordon Connell, of Brinawa, Gulargambone, N.s.W.

COUCH.-December 28, 1941. at a private hospital Wollongong. Ethel Maude Couch, of Elisabeth Street, Mangerton, Wollonsong, dearly loved sister of A. E. and M. M., of Wollongong, J, A., of Nimbin, and A. B.. of

Clovelly.

COX,-December 27, at a private hospital, Frederick, beloved husband of Fanny and father of Gladys (Mrs. Horton), Kenneth. Keith, Eric, and Ella. Private cremation to-day.

DAVIES_December 25, 1941, Joseph Thomas, beloved husband of Honoria Louise Davies and loved father of Joseph Cecil, Charles Mlnell, Raymond John, Thelma Eunice (Mrs. Fox), aged 70 years. Privately cre- mated December 27. 1941.

DUVAL.-December 27. 1941. at 173 Walker street, North Sydney. Helen, beloved wife of John Duval (Abroad) and fond mother of Arthur and Bill Thomas, aged 69 years.

FARQUHAR.-.December 27, 1941. at his

residence, 31 Hopetoun Avenue, Vaucluse, Arthur Mort Oaks Farquhar, formerly of Fiji, aged 69 years.

FISHER_December 28, 1941. at her daughter's residence, 54 Middle Street, Kings- ford, Maude Fisher, beloved mother of Ray (Mrs. W. Cook), Iris, Una, and Reg. aged 63 yeais. Requlescat In pace. The Funeral will take place in Melbourne on Tuesday, December 30, 1941.

GARVEY.-December 26, 1941. the result of accident at Sydney, John Edmond Garvey, late manager of P. Bowes and Son. Darling Point, last surviving son of the late John Garvey, schoolmnater, bom Innes, County Clare, Ireland, relict of Elizabeth Garvey, and loved father of Connie (Mrs. Bramble), of 27 Storey Street, Rozelle, Edmond (deceased), aged 88 years. R.I.P.

GOLDSMITH.-December 28. 1941. at a hospital, Maurice Goldsmith, late of Sir Moses Montefiore Jewish Home, age 65 years.

GOOD.-December 27, 1941, at sydney. Nellie May Good, widow of the late George Frederick Good, of Perth, W.A.. and beloved mother of George, aged B4 years.

GREGSON.-December 23, 19-11, William Waley Gregson, late Sydney Arcade,

GRIFFITHS.-December 27, 1941, at hos- pital, Balmain, Wesley (Albert), dearly loved son of William Griffiths and the late Clarice Griffiths, aged 29 years.

GROVE.- December 28, 1941, at the Dis- trict Hospital, Bowral, Frederick Charles, beloved husband of the late Mary Ann Grove, or Victoria Street, Bowral, and dearly loved father of Edith, Tots, Stan, Elsie, Herb, and Doris, aged 83 years.

HALL.-December 27. 1941, at a private hospital. Randwick, Harry Hall, dearly be lov*} father and father-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Garland, of Western Australia, and fond grandfather of Irene (Mrs. Hick»), Harry, and Chris (Bill), A.I.P.. abroad, aged

79 years.

HALL -December 27, 1941, at a private hospital, Randwick, Harry Hall, beloved uncle of Jessie Scarlett, of Goodlet street. Ashfield,

HEADLEY.-December 28, 1941. at a pri- mate hospital, Cresjorne, Alice Seymour, widow of the late H. S.. Headley, of Wagga Wagga. Private cremation.

DEATHS

HART.-December 28, 1941. at bj» resi- dence. 23 Russell Street, Vaucluse, James William Hart, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Mary and dear father of Daphne (Mrs. Annand), aged 68 years. (See Tues- day's "Herald" for funeral arránceme nts.)

HAYES.-December 26, at Hay, Ina, be- loved wife of the late E. C. Hayes and loving mother of Jannett (Mrs. Gore), Ina (Mrs. Creswell), Kerry (A.I.F.). Leslie (A.I.F.), Pat (A.I.F.), Ted (A.I.F. Abroad), lsabel, and Meg, loved sister of Colin (deceased), Bell (deceased), Mrs. Lucas (Croydon Road, Hurstville), Mrs. W. C. Clark, Mrs. R. B Mateer, R. H. Patterson (of Hay), and Les (deceased), Nowra, aged 62 years

HENDERSON.-December 28. 1941, at a private hospital, Willoughby, Jessie Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. James Faulds Hen- derson and sister of Margaret (Mrs. Edgar, deceased), Annie (deceased), David. James, Alexander, John, and Thomas.

HENRY.-December 27. 1941. st his resi- dence. 48 Campsie Street, Campsie, Albert Edmund, beloved husband of Mary Louisa, and lovlns father of Albert, Harold. Florence (Mrs. Howat), Mildred, and Arthur, and loving father-ln-lpv, of Doris and Muriel, aged 61 years. Hy request, no mourning.

HENSON.-December 27, 1941, at hospital, Mary (Mollie), beloved wife of John Henson and loved mother of Eileen (Mrs. Jones), Pauline, Brian, Barry, Alan, and Arthur, aged - 51 years.

HIBBCRD.-December 27, 3941. at Liver- pool, David Hlbberd, beloved brother of Jack and Walter, and uncle of Reiia. Jackey, Jean, and Billie.

HILLIER.-December 27. 3941, at 78. George Stieet, St. Peters, Frances Mary, be- loved wife of Richard Hillier, aged 75 years.

HOVENDEN.-December 27, 1941, at her residence, 51 Robertson Street, West Kogarah, Mary E. Hovenden, beloved daughter of Rose Hovenden and dear sister of Jean (Mrs. A. Schweitzer, of Grenfell). Requiescat In pace.

HUME.-December 28, 1941 (suddenly), at Medlow Bath, Francis William Hume, aged 63 years.

IZATT - December 27, 1941, at a private hospital, Ashfield, Edith Maud, dearly beloved wife of Samuel Mathieson Izatt and loved mother of Lucy and Geoffrey.

JONES.-December 28, 1941, at his resi- dence, Mitchell Street, Camden, Deleval Aspley Finlay, beloved husband of Sarah (Tot) and dear father of John, Bob, Charles, Norman, and Yvonne, aged 45 years. For funeral notice see to-mcrrow's "Herald."

KFMP.-December 28, 1941, at a private hospital in Manly, Albert Alexander Kemp, of Tettenhall, Commonwealth Parade. Manly, loved husband of Lila and father of Alex, Dorothy, Jack, Bruce, and Kenneth, aged 77 yeprs. For Funeral Notice, see Tuesday's

"Herald."

KING - Alister Maclean, beloved husband of Marie and loved father of Leslie, Lauclan, and Ronald, passed away December 24, 1941. Privately cremated. Late N.Z, Cobar, and Wellington, N.S.W.

KNOWLES.-December 27, 1941, at Royal North Shore Hospital, Walter McKinley Knowles (late 8th Field Ambulance, 1st A.I.F.), dearly beloved husband of Agnes Marion and loving father of Frank.

KRINKS.-December 38, 1941, at a pri- vate hospital, charlotte Grantham Krinks, late of Kyle Parade, South Hurstville, relict of the late Charles V. Krlnks and dearly loved mother of Harry, Frank, Jack, and Stan, aged 73 years.

LEWIS.-December 26, 1941. at his resi- dence, 62 Fairlight Street, Manly. George Sydney Lewis, beloved father of Violet (Mrs. E. L. Townson), Sybil, and Gwen (Mrs. Alan Fairfax), aged 78 yeari. Privately In- terred Manly Cemetery. 27th Instant.

LINDSAY.-December 27, 1941, at his residence, Kembla Park, Unanderra. Thomas William Lindsay, beloved brother of George (Horsley. Dapto), Elizabeth, of Unanderra, Sarah (Mrs. E. T. Evans, of Dapto), and C. L. Lindsay, Wollongong.

LYONS.-December 28, 1941. at her daugh- ter'« residence, 19 Melrose Parade, Clovelly. Frances Agnes, dearly beloved mother of Agnes (Mrs. Hudson), and Alice (Mrs. W. J. Lyon), aged 85 years. R.I.P.

MCFADDEN.-December 28, 1941. Bertha Janet, beloved wife of William Henry McFad- den, of 159 Corunna Road, Petersham, and loving mother of Frederick, William, Lorna (Mrs. Shaw), Joyce (Mrs. Beavan), and Les- lie (A.I.F.. abroad).

MCFADDEN.-December 28, 1941, Bertha Janet, beloved daughter of William Whatley and loving sister of Percy, Leslie, Harold,

and Lorna.

McGUIRE.-December 27, 1941. at her resi- dence, 91 Cascade Street, Paddington, Mary McGuire, beloved wife of Lawrence Henry McGuire, and loving mother or Catherine, Patricia, Bridget (Mrs. Owen), Mary (Mrs. Goddard), Elizabeth (Mrs. McMorrow), aged 71 years. R.LP. Privately interred Waver- ley cemetery, Saturday, 27th December, 1941.

McLEOD.-December 27, 1941, at 37 Napo- leon Street, Mascot, Thomas William McLeod, late of 279 Henderson Road, Alexandria, be- loved husband of Louise Maude and loved father of Rose, May, Tom, Jack, and Louisa, and brother of Jack and Fred, aged 77 years.

At rest.

MARONEY.-December 26, at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Young, Stella Maroney. daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Maroney, senior, of

21 Wansey Road, Randwick.

MILLAR.-December 21, Herbert Dalton, of Rustingdon, Sussex, England. Privately cremated 22nd.

NOBLE.-December 27, 1941. at hi» resi- dence. 69 Merewether Street, Merewether, Joseph John George Noble, beloved husband of Janet Isabel Noble and father of Isabel, Jack, Neil. and Jean. In his 64th year..  

PARKER.-December 27, 1941. at 130   Griffith Street, Balgowlah, Herbert Parker, dearly beloved father of Lillian, aged 72 years.

PECK.-December 28, 1941, at his resi- dence, ''Wendouree, Mathewson Street. Matra- ville, George, beloved husband of Ethel and loving father of George, Rupert, Thelma, and Clarice, aged 63 years. At rest.

PRITCHARD.-December 27. 1941. at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Charles Arthur Prit- chard, beloved husband of Haidee and loved father of Haidee, Mark, and Vena.

ROBB.-December 27, 1941, at a private hospital, Darlinghurst, William, dearly be- loved husband of Helen Robb, of 131 Darley Road, Randwick, dear father of William, Ed- ward, Albert, and grandfather of Dolly (Mrs. Grey) and Billy East, aged 77 years.

RYAN.-December 22, 1941. at 141 Pitt Street, Redfern, Agnes Ryan, aged 70 years. Requlescat In pace Privately interred, 24th

Inst.

SCALES.-December 27, 1941. at ht» sister's residence, 34 Mackenzie Street, Waverley, Edward Joseph Scales, of 346. Oxford Street, Paddington, beloved husband of Dorothy Miriam Scales and loving father of Dorothy (Mr». W. Dibben), Edward, and Leslie, aged 37 years. R.I.P.

SEDDON.-December 28, 1941, at Glou- cester House, Janet Rachael, of 47 West Street, Petersham, relict of the late Hezekiah and loving mother of Dudley. Glen, Hez., and Horace, aged 62 years.

SHEIL.-December 28. 1941, Ernest Albert Sheil, of Picton, husband of Margaret Sheil and father of Ernest, Clem, Patricia (Mrs, W. Maher), Hugh, Frances. Brian, end Peter, and brother of Mrs. Frances Quilty, aged 72 years. Requlescat In pace.

SILVA.-December 27. 1941, at Rvde Memo- rial Hospital. Albin John, beloved Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Silva, of Gladesville, and brother of Helen, aged three years and nine months. Interred In the Field of Mars Cemetery, December 28, 1941.

SMITH.-December 28, 1941. at his resi- dence, 30 Kenneth Street, Longueville. Walter Harry Smith, dearly beloved father of Muriel. At rest.

STEPHENS.-December 27, 1941, at a pri- vate hospital. Randwick, Richard Stephens, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth and dear father of Annie (Mrs. N. G. Taylor), aged 73 years. South Australian papers, please copy. (By request, no flowers.)

TATTERSALL.-December 27. 1941, at Manly, Norman Tattersall, dearly beloved hus- band of Edna, Tattersall, of Alfred Road, Deewhy, and loving father of Norman, Ronald, Graham, and Leslie, and loving brother of Roy. Leslie, and Stanley, aged 41 years. By request no flowers.        

TERRY.-December 27, 1941. at his resi- dence, 32 Francis Street, Kogarah. Frederick Terry, beloved husband of Fanny and loved father of Henry Frederick,- aged 80 years.

WALLER.-December 28. 1941, Walter Edwin, dearly beloved husband of Jennie Waller and fond father of Alice, and step- father of Maggie. Linda. Walter, and Cecil. At rest.

WARD.-December 26, 1941, al Wentworth Falls (result of accident), Leslie William Bass Ward, dearly beloved eldest son of Mrs. E. A. Robinson and the lal« W. S. Ward, of Narromine, beloved brother of Pat, Laurence, and Thelma (Mrs. J. T. Ingram), aged 37 years. Interred Presbyterian Cemeteiy. Nar- romine. December 29. Í941.

WATKINS.-.December 27, 1941. at Peter- sham, Elizabeth Edith Watkins, beloved mother of Sydney, Ida (deceased), Lily, Ed- ward, Mabel, Dorothy (deceased), and Jessie,

aged 81 years.

WEST.-December 24, 3941. Jane Mary, dearly loved mother of Katie Ireland, of Austinmer, aged 85 years. Privately Interred.

WOOLLAND.-December 28. 1941. at a private hospita] In Manly, Ada. widow of the late Isaac Woolland, of Dudley Street, Manly, loved mother of George and Mary (Mrs. Dempsey), and Mabel and Arthur (de- ceased), sister of Charles Everitt, of Wat- son's Bay, aged 76. years.

IN MEMORIAM

BELFITT.-»In loving memory of our dear friend, Harry, who paosed away December 27, 1939, Forever remembered by his friends, Ben. Frank, Bob, Ray, Wallace.

CURRY.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Ada Curry, who departed this life December 29. 1929. Sadly missed. Inserted by her loving daughter, Ada.

DANGERFIELD.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, who passed away December 29, 1937.

A beautiful life full of kindly deeds, A helping hand to those In need.

Always bo loving, unselfish, and kind,

What a beautiful memory he left behind. Inserted by hl3 wife ard family.

EDWARDS.-In loving memory of my dear husband. George Edwin, who passed away December 27, 1940. Ever remembered. In- serted by his loving wife. Virginia Edwards,

Toronto.

ELLIOTT.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, who passed away De- cember 29, 1933. J .. , .

To live and love, and then to part.

Is a sad blow to the human heart. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

ELLIOTT.-Loving memories of dsar mother, Français, departed this life December 28. 1930.

Hearts that love you never forget.

In memories you are with us yet.

Inseiled by Rene, Temora; and son. George. FERRIS.-Remembrance of dear Gloria, who pasctd away December 29.

She always tried to do her best.

Till God railed her home to rest. Loving memories »he left behind.

Always with us in our sad mind.

A star that will shine bright above, Artmiied, with our fondest love. Whatever else we fall to do,

We'll never fail to remember you.

Inserted by her loving lather and Jessie.

FITZROY-In loving memory of our dear son and brother. John Carter Oat* Leich- hardt), who passed away December ¿8. 1940.

His face Is evei before ns.

His smile will Unger forever. I Inserted by his mother, stepfather, and

FREDERICK.-In loving memory of our

dear father and grandfather, who departed this life December 28. 1937. Inserted by Joseph and Mary and family.  

GOODE.-In loving memory of my beloved wife and mother. Kathleen, who departed this life December 29, 1934.

With tender love and deep regret.

We who Iovb you will never lorger.

Inserted by her loving husband and son,

GRAHAM.-In loving memory of my dew  

husband (Andrew), and father, who passed away December 29. 1939.

Sadly missed.  

Inserted by hi» loving wife. Emily, and daughter, Rene.

GRAHAM -A tribute of respect to the

memory of Andrew (dad), who passed away December 29, 1939. Inserted by Rm.

GRAHAM,-Loving memory of D» ( Andrew). who passed »way December 29. 1939. In ¿ertVby Elsie (daughter). Tom. »ml Warren

HARDY -In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away December 28.1934. Inserted by her loving son, Pat. and Meg.

 

IN MEMORIAM

HALLAM.-J», memory ot my dear «en, Alfred Ainsley (Alf.), who passed «way Decera-, ber 29, 1939. Always remembered. Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and brothers. Vera. Gladys, Curtis, Jack, Herbert, Harold.

HUSSEY.-Treasured memories of our dear friend. Douglas, who passed away December 28, 1936.

Loving memories linger still.

Remembered by the McFadden family.

HUTCHESON.-In loving memory of our mother and my nanni, Gertrude, who de- parted this life December 28, 3921. In- serted by Lil, Jim, Tex, Maude, end Norma.

LEDDEN.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Lily, died suddenly December 29, 1938.

Rest, dear mother, gently rest.

They think of you who loved you best.

Inserted by her loving son. Jack (A.I.F. abroad) and daughter-in-law. Fou.

LILLAS.-In loving memory of Thomas Cecil, passed away December 29. 1939. Ever remembered by loving mother «nd brother. Les.

McINNES.-In fond remembrance of my dear sister, elizabeth, fell asleep December 29, 1938. Constantly In my thoughts. Ide,.

MOLLOY.-In loving memory of my dew: husband and father, Frederick, departed this life December 29, 1937.

Wo know that you are happy

And free from earthly pain;

But God alone knows what w»'d siva

To have you with us again.

Inserted by his loving wife, children, sons ln-lew. daughters-in-law, and grandchildren.

MOORE.-In loving memory of my dear mother and daughter, Harriette Mary, who departed this life December 29, 1938. In- serted by her laving son, Tom, and mother.

MOSSOP.-In loving memory of my darling mummy, Rhoda Gertrude, died December 28, 1939. Always remembered by her loving daughter, Audrey.

NICHOLLS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, who passed away December 29, 1939. Inserted by his loving wUe and family.

NORRIS.-Treasured memories of our dear sister, Blanche (nee Watson), who passed away December 29, 1919. Always remem- bered by her loving sister». Edith and Lily,

PAMMENT.-Treasured memories of our dear mother, Ann Catherine, who passed away December 29, 1939,

It is lonesome her» without you, mum.

And sid we are to-day.

For life Is not the same to us.

Since you went away.

A wonderful mother, to help and aid,

One who was better God never made. A wonderful worker, loyal and true,

One In a million; that, mum. waa you.

Forever remembered by hex loving son. Jack, and daughter. Mabel.

PAMMENT.-A tribute of love to my beloved sister, Ann, who departed this life December 29, 1939. Sadly missed by her sister. Mary.

PAMMENT.-In loving memory of our dear grandmother and great-grandmother, Catherine Anne, who departed from us December 29, 1939. Mavis, Lewis, end John,

PARKES, PENNICUICK.-In loving memory of Alma and Dorothy. Forever remembered by mother, pop. Ray, »nd Aleyne.

POWER.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Margaret Mary (Wal), who passed away December 29, 1939.

God's greatest gift-remembrance.

Inserted by her loving husband, J. M.

Power.

RICHARDS.-In Joying memory of my dear wife, Sarah, who passed away December 29,

1940.  

Not Just to-day, but every day,

In silence I remember.

Inserted by her loving husband, Leonard.

RICHARDS.-In loving memory of my dear friend, Sadie, who passed away December 29,

1940.

Gone, but not forgotten.

Inserted by her loving friend. Eileen Hill.

ROYSTON.-cherished memories of my de»r husband and our loving father, Fred, late 14th Battalion, who was taken suddenly from us December 29, 1937. We wiU remember. In- serted by his wife and children.

Sherack.-in loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who departed this lue De- cember 29, 1932. Inserted by her husband and daughters.

SMITH.-Id loving memory of Sapper W. F. (Bill) Braun, killed ta action December

29, 1940.

A face we love so well

Hath left us for a spell.

But time, which doth »ever In tune, will Join tofether.

Inserted by hi» uiother, father, «ist»»,

brother.

TAYLOR.-In memory of Mildred Elizabeth ,. beloved wife of Wilfred Allan and mother of Viola, Frances, »nd Dorothy.

TOWE.-in loving memory of my dear   daughter and our sister. Ruby Adeline, who passed away December 29, 1937.

Deep In our heart« a memory

Of on» we loved «nd will nev»r forget.

Inserted by her loving mother, brother»,

and sisters.

TURNER.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our fathar, Walter, passed away December 29, 1934.

Deep m our hearts a memory j» kept,

.Of one we loved »nd wUl never forget. Inserted by his loving wlf» «nd family.

WARNE.-In lovlnx memory of our dear mother, who passed away December 27, 1940. Always remembered. Madge, Tom, »nd

Maurice.

WIGGINS.-In loving memory oí our deal mother and grandmother. Ellen, who passed away December a», 1937.

Life eternal, our love will remain.

In God's own tim» w* will »li meet »««in. Ever remembered by her loving children

and families.

WOOLLEY.-In loving- memory of our dear brother and uncle, died suddenly, December 29,

Never forgotten by hi» loving »Ister, Bis, biother-in-law, Jack, and family.

YOUNG-In loving memory of our darilng daughter, Mrs. Eileen Hilda Young (nee Vicars), who was drowned off the rocks at La Perouse December 29, 1940.

A wonderful daughter, only lent. One of the best God ever sent;

A cheerful smile, a heart or gold.

The dearest daughter this world could hold. Inserted bv her loving mother, father. Eileen and Norm Vicars.

On Active Service.

SMITH.-In loving memory of my beloved husband and oui- father, Sapper W. F. (Bill), killed, Sollum, December 29, 1940.

Too dearly loved to «ver forget.

Tnssrted by his loving wlf». Freda, »nd soos, Keith, Ray.

" RETURN THANKS

The FAMILY of the Ute Mr». AGNES RYAN. 141 Pitt Street, Redfern, wish to THANK!

all friends for kind expression* of sympathy, cards, and telegrams in the loss of their dear mother. Especial thanks to tile Rev. Fathers M. J. Kennedy and J. Byrne, Sisters of Mercy. Patrician Brothers. Redfern, and the staff and employees of Hardman and Hall, Newtown. Please accept this »s a personal acknowledgment.

Mr. and Mrs. V. MCMILLAN »nd FAM- ILY, of 19 CoUeg« Street, . Drummoyne, wish to THANK Archbishop and Mrs. Mowil and all kind friends for letters, telegrama, and expressions of sympathy In the sod loss of their dear son, missing on H.M.A.S. Parra- matta.

Mr. HENRY GILLESPIE and DAUGHTER, of Waverley, also Mr. LEONARD POINTING, of Randwick, wish lo THANK all kind rela- tives and friends for expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement. WiU »U please accept this «s personal thanks.

Mr. E. WATSON and BONS, of Tempe, wish to THANK relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, and cards received in their recent sad bereavement.

Mr. and Mrs. JAMES WHITESIDE, of 19 Mitchell Street, North Bondi, wish to THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours for then expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, »nd cards received in their recent sad bereavement.

Mrs. M. E. BOUGHTON, of 39 Sutherland Street, Cremorne, wishes to THANK all friends for kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes In her recent sad bereavement.

FUNERALS

ARMSTRONG.-The Funeral of the lite

WILLIAM GEORGE ARMSTRONG. M.B., Cb. tt., D.P.H., will leave St. Michael's Church, Vaucluse. THIS (Monday) MORN- ING, after service (commencing at 10.30), for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. WALTER CARTER, Waverley.

BARNETT.-The Relatives and Friends of (he

late ELIZABETH IRVINE BARNETT »le invited to attend her Funeral; to leave St, David's Church, Barker Road, Strathfield, THIS DAY, after Service commencing at 2 p.m:, for the Independent Cemetery, Rook- wood. By request, no flowers. T. J. AN- DREWS, A.F.D.A., 214 Liverpool Road, Ash- field. 'Phones, LA2873, UA4038.

BEATTY.-The Relative« and Friend» of

Mr. T. J. BEATTY and FAMILY are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved WIFE and their dear MOTHER, May Violet Beatty, late of 11 Alfred Street, Mas- cot, which will leave her son's residence, 14 Caroma Avenue, Brighton-le-sands, THIS MONDAY, after service commencing »t 1.30 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Botany. J. and C. HARDY. A.F.D.A. .Phones, LW5834 and LU15S4.

BERKELEY.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. HARRIETT BERKELEY and FAM- ILY arc kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved HUSBAND and their dear FATHER, David Charles Berkeley; to leave his late residence, S Cook Avenue, Kingsford, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3.30 o'clock, for' Crematorium, Eastern Suburbs. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD., 24 En- more Rood, Newtown. LA2777 (4 Unes).

BERKELEY.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. and Mrs. JACK BERKELEY and FAMILY, of the Grand Hotel, Rockdale, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved FATHER and GRANDFATHER, David Charles Berkeley. For details see family notice. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD. BERKELEY.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM H. BERKELEY. Mrs. EMMA MCBRIDE are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved BROTHER, David Charles Berkeley. For details see lamtly notice. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS

LTD.

BOWMAKER.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. J. S. BOWMAKER. of 23 Hughes Street, Ashfield, and FAMILY, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved WIFE and MOTHER, Lillian Phillipa Bowmaker, which will leave the Ashfield Methodist Church THIS AFTERNOON, after Service commencing at 2 o'clock, for the Rookwood Crematorium. JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A., 172 Redfern St, Redfern. MX2315 (2 lines). BRENNAN.-Requiem Mass for the Repose

ol the soul of the late Mrs. EMILY MONICA BRENNAN, of 81 Bland Street, Ash- field. w11) be celebrated at St. Vincent's Church. Ashfield. THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the church after Mass for Rookwood Cemetery, Mortuary No. 3. W. N. BULL PTY. LTD., A.F.D.A. Telephone. LA2858.

CAMPBELL.-The Funeral of the late

JAMES CAMPBELL, of Chittaway Point, iate of Wamberal, will leave from Ri,"Sj Creighton'» Funeral Parlour, Gosford, THIS DAY. at 12.30 p.m., for Wamber«l Cemetery. R. H. CREIGHTON, Funeral Director. 'Phone,

CASSAR -The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

STEPHANOS CASSAR end FAMILY, of 186 Crown Street, Sydney, »re kindly invited to attend the Funerai of his beloved SON and their dear BROTHER, Lazarus: to leave the Greek Cathedral of St. Sophia, Dowling Street, Piddington. THIS MONDAY, after Service commencing ftt 2.45 p.m.. for the Botany Cemetery. THOMAS DIXON PTY.. LTD.

(aIKd'a.*». MA6013-4. Established 1836.

CHUDLEIGH.—The Relatives and Friends

of MARTHA JANE CHUDLEIGH and DAUGHTER (Edna) are kindly invited to at- tend the Funeral of her beloved HUSBAND

and her dear FATHER. William Wetton; to

leave his late residence, 18 Fletcher Street. Helensburgh, THIS MONDAY, at 4 p.m.. for Church ol England Cemetery. Helensburgh. F. J. DELLA CA., Helensburgh.

COLEMAN.-The Relatives and Friend» of Mrs H. COLEMAN »nd FAMILY »re invited to »ttend the Funeral of her dearly iî.»»èi SON and their dear BROTHER, Stan-

ley coleman , Ute of 132 Wolli Street,

Bexley (Kingsgrove), which will leave our Privai» OSA«. Seven Ways. Rockd»l» THIS MONDAY, »tter service »ommenclng «t 3.4S

» m7, for the Moorefleld« Cemetery. .T. and , O HARDY. A.F.D.A. '«leo»», LWS834 and

LU1654. '

c

_FUNERALS_

OLU.N6.-The I"Unoral of the late JAMES GORDON COLLINS will leave Our Private   SSSSW-SS*'*1« 26s EUMbeth street. Sydney. THIS MONDAY, at 9.30 a.m., lor «h« Cathollè Cemetery. Rookwood. Mrs. P. KIRBY and SON PTY.. LTD.. 265 Ellgabeth street, Syd-

ney. 'Phone. ' M2221-2.

COLVIN.-The Ifuncral of the late EDITH

MAY COLVIN will leave her Uto residence, 5 Clermiston Avenue, Roseville, THIS DAY, after a Service commencing ft 10 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. ER- NEST ANDREWS, Chatswood. JA2834.

CONNELL-The Funeral of the late

DOROTHEA ELEANOR CONNELL will leave our Chapel 810 George Stieet. Sydney, THIS MONDAY, at 11.15 a.m.. for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

COUCH.-The Relative« and Prienda of the

late ETHEL MAUDE COUCH, of Elizabeth Street, Mangerton, WoUoniong. ara invited to attend her mineral; to leave Parsons's Funeral Chapel, Wollongong, TO-MORROW. TUESDAY, at 1 p.m., for Church of England cemetery, North Kiama. H. PARSONS,

Funeral Director.

"rvODGLAS.-The Funeral of the late ALEX- ANDER HECTOR DOUGLAS wUl leave   our Chapel. 810 George Street, city. THIS MONDAY, at 2 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood. WOOD COFFJXL LIMITED.

DUBOIS.-The Relative» and Friend»

Mr. and Mrs. ROY E. DUBOIS, of 24 Glover street, Cremorne, are invited to at- tend the Funeral of their dearly loved IN- FANT SON, Raymond Irwin: 1» leave the Catholic Church, Cardinal Street, Mosman, THIS DAY, at 2.45 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Horthern Buburbs. ERNEST AN- DREWS, Chatswood. JA283*

DUVAL.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

JOHN DUVAL (abroad) and Mr. ARTHUR   and BILL THOMAS are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly-loved WIFE and their dear MOTHER, Helen Duval; to leave our Private Chapel, 401 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. THIS AFTERNOON, at 1.30 o'clock, lor the Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, LIMITED. 401   Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. Phone, XB1578.

FARQUHAR.-The Cremation of the late -P Mr. ARTHUR MORT OAKS FARQUHAR, of 31 Hopetoun Avenue, Vaucluse, formerly of FUI, wlU take place THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, after tervloe, which will be held In the Chapel of the Northern Suburbs Crematorium at 2 o'clock. WALTER CARTER, W»verley.

FARRELL.-The Relative» and Friends of

Mr. HERBERT FARRELL, Mr. and Mis. E. GILES, Mr. and Mrs. C. MCAULIFFE. Mr. and Mrs. K. WILSON, Mr. FRED FARRELL, Mr. and Mrs. S. FLEMING, and Mr. and Mrs. D. SMITH and FAMILIES are Invited to_attend the Funeral of his dearly-loved WIFE and their dear MOTHER and GRAND- MOTHER. Mary Appleyard Farrell ; to leave our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Road. New- town. THIS MORNING, at 9.30 o'clock, for the Cathollo Cemetery. Rookwood. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. LIMITED. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown. 'Phones. LA2777 (4 lines), GAGIN .-The Relative« and Friend« of Mr«. DOLLY GAGIN. of 24 Marion Street.   Harris Park ;¥*.'*Mr- .»* **". B- CLOUT, of William Street, Granville, are Invited to attend the lAraeral of her dearly loved HUSBAND and their loved BROTHER. Andrew James Gagin: to leave our Chapel, South Street, Granville. THIS MONDAY, at 2.30 p.m., for the Cathollo Cemetery. Rookwood. No. 3 Mortuary. A. F. ANDERSON, Funeral Dlrec

.South Street. Granville. 'Phone, DW8533. AOIN.-A.H.O. QOTLD, st. Patrick'» ?A Bf*nîh. N<». 28, Parramatta-The Officer« and Members of the above Branch are respect- fully requested to attend the Funeral of their late Member. ANDREW JAMES GAGIN. For STÄer-,es£scuJ!?,^,ie» í«muy noua. j. f. GALLAGHER, Warden. J. MCGRATH, Bec.

GOLDSMITH.-The Funeral of th» late. " MAURICE GOLDSMITH, lah, «the Sir Moses Montefiore Jewish Home, will leave the Chevr» Kadisha Parlour» THIS DAY. at 2

syW^ÄÄdFs^- Roola'mä

G°S¡S¿z2i£* JW?T «h* Prienda of Mr.

GEORGE F. GOOD, of 134 Fllnders Street. DarUnahurat. are invited to attend «je Funeral JÏ his beloved MOTHER, Nellie May Good; to leave the Klnsela Chapel», Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, THIS MONDAY after Service to commença at. 3.15 p.m., for uis Crematorium, Eastern Suburbs. CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD., A.F.D.A.. Taylor Square, Parllnghurat. 'Phone«: PL4136-7-8.

GRIFFITHS -.-The Relative» and Friends of Mr W. GRIFFITHS. Mr. and Mrs. J.

MANGELLI are invited to attend the Funeral of hi» dearly loved SON and their BROTHER, Wesley (Albert), which will leave Our Chapel, THIS MONDAY, at 3 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Field of Mars. CHARLES INNES and SON, A.F.D.A., 625 Darling Street. Rozelle. WB1644.

GRIFFITHS.-The Relative« and Trlend» of

MARY JANE GRIFFITHS, of Balmain, are invited te attend the Funeral of her dearly loved GRANDSON, Albert. For par- ticulars see family notice.

GRIFFITHS,-The Relative« and Friend» of

Mr. and Mr». HERB GRIFFITHS, Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD GRIFFITHS. Mrs. HOWIE, Mr. and Mr». T. NOTTON and FAMILIES, IRENE and BERT, are invited to attend the Funeral ot their dearly loved NEPHEW. Albert. For particulars sea family notice. CHARLES INNES and SON. A.F.D.A. GROVE.-The Funeral Service for the late

FREDERICK CHARLES GROVE, late of Victoria Street, Bowral, will be held at St. Jude's Church, Bowral, THIS DAY, MON- DAY, at 2 p.m., after which the interment will take place in the Churchyard. G. BEAVAN, Funeral Director, Bowral.

HALL.-The Relatives and Friend» of Mr.

and Mrs. C. GARLAND and FAMILY, of Western Australia, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dear FATHER. FATHER IN-LAW, and GRANDFATHER. Harry Hall; to leave the Klnsela Chapels, Taylor Square. Darlinghurst, THIS MONDAY, after Service to commence at 1.16 p.m., for the Crematorium, Eastern Suburbs. CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD., A.F.D.A.. Taylor Square, Darlinghurst. 'Phones: J?L4136-7-8.

HALL.-The Officers and Members of N.S.W.

MASONIC CLUB are fraternally requested to attend the Funeral of their late Member, Bro. HARRY HALL. (See FamlLv Notice tor FMneral amuigementa.) H. LESNIE. Presi- dent; H, J. 8NBDDEN, Secretary.

HENDERSON.-The Funeral of the I» te

JESSIE ELIZABETH HENDERSON, of Chatswood, will leave Ernest Andrews' Fune- ral chapel, comer Pacifie Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, THIS DAY, after a Service commencing at 2.30 p.m., for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Northern Buburbs. ERNEST ANDREWS. Ohatcawood. JA3834.

HENDERSON.-The Relative« and Friend» of

Mr. W. G. HENDERSON and SON, AN- THONY, of 304 West Botany Street. Rock- dale, are Invited to attend the B"uneral ofhls dearly beloved WIFE and hi3 dear MOTHER, Ruth Elizabeth; to leave the Klnsela Chapels, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, at 2 p.m., fra' the Cathollo Ceme- tery, Botany. CHARLES KINSELA PTY., LTD., A.F.D.A., 125 Belmore Road. Rand- wick. 'Phone, 3PX4175. _. _ . .

HENRY.-The Relative« and Friend» of

Mrs. MARY LOUISA HENRY and FAMILY are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved HUSBAND and their loving FATHER, Albert Edmund; to leave his late residence. 48 Campsie Street, Campsie, THIS MONDAY, after service commencing at 10.30 a.m., for Rookwood Crematorium. By request no mourning. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

HENRY.-The Relatives and Friend» of Mr.

and Mrs. H.. Mr. and Mrs. K., and Mr. and Mrs. W. HENRY and FAMILIES are1 in- vited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved BROTHER and UNCLE. Albert Edmund Henry. See family notice. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED '

HENSON.-The Relatives and Friend» of

Mr. JOHN HENSON and FAMILY, of 42 Mill HtU Road. Bondi Junction, are In- vited to attend the Funeral of his dearlv-loved WIFE and their dear MOTHER, Mary (Mollie); to leave Bt. Barnabas' Church, Mill Hill Road, Bondi Junction, THIS AFTERNOON, after ser- vice commencing at 3.10 o'clock, for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium LABOR MOTOR J7UNERALS. LIMITED. 240 Oxford Street. Paddington. 'Phones, LA2777 (4 Unes). HIBBERD.-rThe Funeral of the late- DAVID

HIBBERD will leave our Chapel. Scott Stieet, Liverpool, TO-MORROW, TUESDAY. at 11.30 a.m., for the Church of England New Cemetery, Liverpool. WOOD COFFILL

LIMITED.

HILLIER.-The Relative« and Friend» of

Mr. RICHARD HILLIER are Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE, Fran- ce» Marv: to leave 78 George Street, St. Peters, THIS MONDAY, at 1.45 p.m.. for tho Independent Cemetery. Rookwood. WALTERS and SON, Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676. HOUSTON.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. and Mr». W. BRADY, Mt. W. BRADY. Junior, Mr. and Mrs. E. STRAUSS, and of Mr. and Mrs. H. ROPER are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved BROTHER and their UNCLE, John Houston; to leave St. Benedict's Church, Broadway, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 1.45 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Field of Mars. MOLLOY BROS. (SYDNEY FUNERAL DIREC- TORS), 240-242 King Street, Newtown.

H°OVENDEN.--The Relative« and Friends of

Mrs. ROSE HOVENDEN and of Mr. and Mrs. A. SCHWEITZER, of Grenfell are In- formed that the Funeral of her late beloved DAUGHTER and their dear SISTER. Miss Mary E. Hovenden, will leave her late resi- dence, 51 Robertson Street. West Kogarah, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for CalhoUc Cemetery. Rookwood. Mortuary No. 3. W. N. BULL PTY., LTD.. A.F.D.A., Telephone, LA2858.

HUME.-The Funeral of th« late FRANCIS

WILLIAM HUME will leave our Chapel, Bathurst Road and Cascade Street. Katoomba.

THIS MONDAY, at 3.30 P.m.. for^Church of England Cemetery. Katoomba. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. Katoomba. _.,._.,. _, "<.

IZATT - The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

SAMUEL M. IZATT, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. WALLS, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. PRITCHARD, and Mrs. J. LAMOND are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE, their MOTHER, SISTER, and NIECE, Edith Maud Izatt; to leave St. John's Church, Alt Street, Ashfield, THIS MONDAY, after service com- mencing at 2.30 p.m.. for Rookwood Crema- torion. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

JENSEN.-The Relatives »ndFrlends of the

lateMrs. MARGARET KEENAN JENSEN, of 49 cavendish Street. Stanmere «ato of Cairns. North Queensland), are Informedthat her remains were InUned at Carolin Ceme- tery Rookwood, on SATURDAY. 27th DE-

CEMBER? 1941. W. N. BULL PTY.. LTD..

A.F.D.A. Telephone. LA2858.

JOHNSON.-The Relatives and Friend» of

MrTand Mrs. GUSTAVE JOHNSON and FAMILY are lnvlled to attend the Funeral of their beloved SON and BROTHER. Clarence Raymond; to leave taeir résidence, 62 George Street, Homebush, THIS MONDAY, at 10 a.m., for the Church of England-Cemetery. Rook- wood. WALTERS and SON, Dulwich HU Terminus. LM1676. _,_.... XNOWLES.-The Relative« and Friends of

Mrs. A. KNOWLES and FAMILY, of Lane Cove, are Invited to attend th» Funeral of nor late dearly beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER, Welter McKinley Knowles (late 8th Field Ambulance, l«t A.I.F.l: to leave T. J. Andrews's Funeral Chapel. 42^ Walker Street. North Sydney, THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Northern Suburbs. Bv le quest, no flowers. T. J. ArlDREWS. A.F.D.A,, 42-44 Walker Street. North Sydney. 'Phones, LA2873 and 3033033.

KRINKS.-The Relative« and Friends of the

late CHARLOTTE GRANTHAM KRINKS. late of Kyle Parade, South Hurstville, nie Invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave our Private Chapel. 388 Forest Road, Hurst- ville. THIS MONDAY, after service commenc- ing at 1.30 p.m., for the Church of JSngland Cemelery, Woronora. J. and O. HARDY, A.F.D.A. 'Phones. LW5834 and LU1554.

LAMBERT.-The Relatives and Friends of  

J Messrs. REX, NOEL, and ERIC LAMBERT, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved MOTHER, Doris Ethel: to leave our Chapel, 810 George Street, city, THIS MON- DAY, at 2 p.m.. for Church of England Cemetery, Woronora. WOOD COFFILL.

LIMITED.

LINDSAY.-The Relatives and Friends of

the late THOMAS WILLIAM LINDSAY are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave his late residence, Kembla Park. Unanderra, THIS MONDAY, at 2 p.m.. for St. Luke's Church of England Cemetery. Brownsville. H. PARSONS. Funeral Director. Tele.,

Wollongong 02. 1

&

_FUNERALS_

LYONS -r'I',1"í Relatives «na Friends of Mrs AGNES HUDSON and ÏAMDUY «re kindly   invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly behn ed MOTHER and GRANDMOTHER Frances Agnes ; to Je»ye our Funer«! Chapel, 249 Crown Street city THIS MONDAv at Í P ra for the Cithollo Cemetery Randwick THOMAS DIXON PTY ITD (A FDA) 347 Aiizio Parade Kingsford FX1S69 MA6013

Established 1838

LYONS -The RclaUvea and Friend« of Mr

and Mr« W J LYONS and FAMILY are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their deirly beloved MOTHER MOTHER IN LAW and GRANDMOTHER Frances Agnes to leave oir Funeral Chapels 249 Crown Street city THIS MONDAY at 2 p m for the Catholic Cemetery Randwick THOMAS DIXON PTY

ITD (A F D A )

McFADDEN -The Relative« and Friend» of

Mi william K mcfadden ai u FAMILY are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE and tbeir loving MOfHbR Bertha Janet to leave the Salvation Army Hall Petershsm THIS MONDAY alter a service commencing »t 2 30 p m for th Salvatlon Army Portion of the Independent Cemetery Rookwood WALTERS and SON Dulwich Hill Terminus LM1676

McLEOD.-The Relatives and Friends of  

Mrs. LOUISE MAUDE McLEOD, Mr. and Mrs. W. CHANDLER, Mr. and Mrs. F. COOK, Mr. and Mrs. T. McLEOD, Mr. and Mrs. J. McLEOD, and Mr. and Mrs. A. HEIDEN- RICH and FAMILIES, Mr. JACK McLEOD, Mr. and Mrs. F. McLEOD, and Mr. and Mrs. LOWE, of Carlton, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly-loved HUSBAND and   their dear FATHER, GRANDFATHER, BROTHER, and BROTHER-IN-LAW, Thomas     William McLeod; to leave 37 Napoleon Street, Mascot, THIS AFTERNOON, at 1.30 o'clock,     for the Church of England Cemetery, Woro- nora, LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, LIMITED, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phones, LA2777

(4 lines).

MARONEY-ihe Funeral of the late

STELLA MARONEY WUI Ice ve St Mary s Church Young foi trie Catholic portion of the Young Ceneterv THIS DAI. »ftei Solemn Roqulem Mass at 9 o clock

MAYNE -The Relatives and Friends of the

late HERBERT MAYNE lie kindly In vlted to attend his Funeral io leave Molloy s Funeral Parlours Kit g Street Newtown at

9 30 THIS MORNING

PANDELAKIS -Th» Funeral of th» late CRYSTALLA PANDELAKIS of 258 Anzac   Parade Kensington will leave the Gieek Church Bourke Street Surry Hills THIS MONDAY after Service to commence at 2 p m for Botany Cemetery CHARLES KINSELA PI Y LTD A FDA Tayloi Square, Darlinghurst Phones FL4136 7 8 PARKER -The Relatives and Friends of

the late HERBERT PARKER are respect- fully informed that his Funeral wUl leave Our Private Chapel 32 Sydney Road Manly THIS (Monday) MORNING at 9 o clock for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood Inter

ment will take place at IO 15 F TIGHE and CO 32 Sydney Road Manly XU45.29

PECK-The RelaUvte and Mends of the

late GEORGE PEOK of Wendouree Mat

hewson Street Matraville »re kindly invited to attend his Funeral to leave oui Kingsford Parlours THIS MONDAY after Service com menclnt, at 318 p m for the Church of Lngland Cemeterj Botany THOMAS DIXON PTY LTD (A.F DA) 347 Anzao Parade Kingsford 30C1569 KA60T3 Established

1836

PLAIT-Til* Relative» and Friends of the

late ELIZABETH PLATT are Invited to attend her Funeral to leave T 7 Andrews s Funeral Chapel 214 Liverpool Road, Ashfield THIS DAY at 1 p m . foi the Crematorium Rookwood T J ANDREWS. A F D A , 21 25 JSnmor» Road Newtown Phones LAÏ873

etc

PUGH-The Funeral of the late ELLIS _ LISLE PUGH (Ute 1st A I F ) will leave Whelan and Glackens Funeral chapel 263 MUler Street North Sydney THIS DAY at 2 30 p m for Chinch of England Cemetery Northern Suburbs THE WORKERS HINE RAL DIRECTORS O H PARKER and SON 40 Brown Street Newtown LA2109

PURSE -The Funeral of. the late JAMES

PURSE (late 19th Battn A I F ) of 6 Castlereagh Street. Redfern will leay« our Private Mortuary Chapel 265 Elizabeth Street

Sydney THIS MONDAY at 130 p m for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Mra P KIRBY «nd SON PTY LTD 285 Elizabeth Street Sydney

ROBB -The Relative» and prienda of Mrs

HELFN ROBB and FAMILY of 131 Darley Road Randwick »re invited to attend the Usinerai of her dearly beloved HUSBAND and their dear FATHER WlUlim Robb to leave the Private. Chapel of Motor Funerals Limited 30 City Road city, THIS AFTER NOON at 3 o clock for the Rookwood Crema torium MOTOR FUNfcRALS LIMITtD A F D A 30 City Road city Tele M6277 ROBB-LODGE ROSE OF BHARON. No

116 U G I NSW - officers end Mem ber« of the above l.odge are respectfully re

quested to attend the Funeral of their late Member, Bro WIL/IAM ROBB For par UciUaxs "tee family notice J A TOMSON

WM HP JONES Sect

SOAI ES -The Relative» »nd Friends of

Mrs EDWARD lOSEPH SCALES and FAMILY »r« Undly invited to attend the Funeral of theil beloved HUSBAND and FATHER to leave lils sisters lesldence 34 Mackenzie Street Waverley THIS DAY (Mon day) it 3 30 for Botany Cemetery WAL-

TER CARTER Waverley

SCALES --The Relatives and Friends of Mr

and Mrs I WILLIAMS and FAMILY Mr and Mrs FRED SCALES and FAMHY Mr and Mrs L SCALES and FAMILY Mr and Mrs M SCALES and FAMILY and of BERNARD and HAROLD SCALEB are kindly invited to attend the Funeral ot their dearlv loved BROTHER and UNCLE Ted to leave his sister ? residence, 34 Mackenzie Street Waverley THIS DAY (Monday)" at 3 30 for Botany Cemetery WALTER CARTER

Waverley

SEDDON -Th» Relatives »nd Friend» of Mr

and Mrs DUDLET SEDDON Ml and Mrs GLEN SEDDON Mr snd Mrs HEZ SEDDON and Mr »nd Mis- HORACE BED DON are invited to attend the Funeral of their dtarly loved MOTHER Tanet Rachael to leave our Funeral Chapel THIS monday after a service commencing at 3 p m for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Sec

Mon 3 WALTERS and SON Dulwich Hill Terminus LM1676

SEDDON -The Relative» »nd Friends of Mr

and Mrs FRED MUNRO Mrs GRACE SEDDON Mi and Mr» T OUMMINB and Miss B MUNRO »re Invited to attend the Funeral of their Ute SISTER Jane Rachael Seddon For particulars an above notice

SMITH--The Relatives ind Friends of the

late WALTER. HARRY SMITH late of 30 Kenneth Street Longueville are invited to at tend his Funeral to nive T J Andrews s mineral Chapel 42 Walker Street North Sydney, THIS DAY, after Service commencing u 111 pa tor the Crematorium Northern Suburbs T J ANDIWW8 »It» «2 Walker street North Sydney Phones LA2873

XB3033

STEPHENS -The ReUtlves and Friends of

Mrs ELIZABETH SflBPHENS and Mi

and Mrs N G 1AYLOR are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved HUSBAND and their dear FATHER and FATHER IN-LAW Richard Steph-ns to leave the Klnsela Chapels Taylor Square Darling

hurst THIS MONDAY at 9 30 a m for the Crematorium Eastern Suburbs CHARLES KINSLLA PTY ITD , AÍDA Taylor Square Darlinghurst Phones FL4136 7 li

TATTERSALL-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs EDNA TATTERSALL and FAMILY are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of hei deaily beloved HUSBAND »nd theil loving FATHhR Norman T»tters»U to leave our Prl vate Chapel 32 Sydney Road Manly, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON at 2 30 for French s IVjrest Cemetery F TIGHE and CO 3¿ Sydney Road Manly XU4529

ITWJRRY -The Relatives and Friends of the J late FREDERICK TERRY »re advised that his Funeial will leave our Private Chapel 2 Carrington Avenue Hurstville THIS MORN ING at 10 o clock for the Woronora Crema torium LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED 2 Carrington Avenue Hurstville VAWDEN -The RelaUves and Friends of the

late lOHN ROBERT VAWDEN are advised that his Funeral wUl take place THIS DAY at 3 30 p m in the Church of England Oeme tery Rookwood I J ANDREWS A FDA 21 25 Enmore Road Newtown Phones

WALLER -ihe Relatives and Friends of

th» lato WALTER EDWIN WALLER of 6 Cooper Street Paddington (late Lieutenant R A A ) are Invited to attend his Funeral to leave oir Funeral Home South terrace Bankstown THIS AFTLRNOON a , 130 o rlock for the Crematorium Rookwood LABOR MOTOR ITINERAL3 LIMITFD Soi Pi Terrace Bankstown ULI 668 _.."" -trjlTALIJSR -MASONIC LODGE BOORALEE W No 202 VGL NSW -Brethren are rcq. tested to attend the mineral of then Ute esteemed Brother B W WAIKER. For particulars see family notée E GRAYSON W M Al ANDERSON Secretary

WATKINS -The Relatives and Friends of

ihr late ELIZABETH EDITH WATKINS are Invited to attend her Funeral to leave our Private Chapel 59 Parramatta Road Annandale THIS AFTERNOON at I 15 o clock for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Section A A A A I ABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED 59 Parramatta Read Annandale Phones LA2777 (4 lines)

WOOLLAND-Ihe funeral of the late ADA

WOOLLAND Widow of the Ute ISAAC WOOLLAND, of Dudley Street Manlv will leave our Private Chapel 92 The Corso Manlv THIS (Mondav) AF1ERNOON aftel a short Service commencing at 1 45 o clock for the Manly Cemetery 1 WAUGH and CO Funeral Directors. Manlv Tele CU1118

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