ADAMS (nee Salmend).---February 19, 1943. at Mum elton private hospital. FenrlU.. to Bessie and Allan --a son (Neville Allan).
ARMSTRONG (nee Moore).---February , 17. 1945, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to L./Bdr. and Mrs. Harvey Armstrong, of Bur- wood--a daughter (Helen Judith).
AXTELL (nee Dulcie Wolfe). --- February 13. at Mater Misericordia Hospital, to Sergeant and Mrs. Ralph L. Axtell (U.S. Army)--a son (Lawrence Le Roy). (Both well.)
BALZOLA (Sylvie Freeman).-February 19, St. Ronan'a private hospital, Kensington, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balzola -a, son.
BATTERHAM (nee Ashford).---February 13, at Englewood, Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Batterham --a, daughter (Cheryn Lee).
BLAKE (nee McKay).-February 18, at Mater private hospital, to L.A.C. and Mrs. H. Blake--a daughter (Jennifer Joan).
BRAILEY (nee King). --- February 14, at, Helenie private hospital, Randwick, to S./Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Brailey, of Ingleburn -- a
son. (Both well.)
COLLINS (nee Marjorie Sharp).-February 16, 1945, at Rosslyn. Arncliffe, to S. J. T. and Mrs. Geoffrey Collins, ol Itockdal«-a. ton
CRUICKSHANK (nee Williams).---February 13 at the Women's Hospital. Crown Street, (Intermediate), to Jean, wife of George Cruickshank, of Randwick -a. son (John William).
DAVIS (nee McPeade).---February 16, at Denistone House. Eastwood, to Lesley and Sydney -a daughter (Robyn Isobel).
FRIEND (nee Beryl Wray).---At Sunbury pri- vate hospital. Ashfield, to Beryl and Allan -a daughter (Lorraine Beverly).
GAWNE.---February 6, at King George V. to Mr. and Mrs. W. Gawne, of Manly, a son. GIBB (nee Elliott). --- February l8, to Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Gibb, at Lister House, Smith
Street, Wollongong-a son.
GIBSON (nee Colechin).---February 17, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Gibson - a daughter (Jennifer Ruth).
GLEADOW.---February 19, 1945, at. St. Monan's private hospital. Cremorne, to Bunty,
wife of George Gleadow, of East Lindfield
-a son (John Robertson).
GUNNESS. --- February 17, Rosslyn pri- ate hospital, Arncliffe, to Beryl, wife of
W.O.I. Frank Gunness (A.I.F.) --a son (Ronald Frank).
HART (nee Phillips). ---February 15, at Denistone House, Ryde, to Muriel and Sgt. R. Hart -a daughter (Carol Diana).
HART (nee Cohen). -February 15, at King George Memorial Hospital, to Rene and L.A.C. N. Q. Hart (R.A.A.F., N.O.)-a son
HOYSTED (nee Heather Ethel Pegrum).--- February 16, 1945, at King George V. Hos- pital (private), to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ("Bill") Robert Hoysted (ex A.I.F.) - a daugh- ter (Marjorie Ellen).
HUNT (nee Heath).---February 11, at Bt. Margaret's Hospital, Darlinghurst, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Hunt --a son (Robert Reginald).
INGLE, (nee Niven).---February 19, 1945, at King George V. Hospital, Camperdown, to Helen, wife of Leslie Patrick, late of Haberfield --a son (Trevor Patrick).
JACOBS. ---February 12, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Sydney and Joy --a
son (David Ian).
KELLY.-- -February l8, at Valesco private hospital, Earlwood, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Kelly
--a daughter . (Georgina).
LLOYD (nee Eland).---February l8, at St. Luke's Hospital, to Sally, wife of L.A.C. W. H. Lloyd (R-A.A.F.. ret.)--a son (David
MCDONALD.---February 16, 1943, to Jean, wife of Alec. Strathfield --a daughter, (Margaret
McLEOD (nee Verlie Perlchon).----February 12, 1945, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Les McLeod -a daughter,
MACDONALD (nee Brainwood).---February 12, at Brisbane Women's Intermediate Hos- pital, to Joan, wife of James Neil --a son
MARTIN (nee Valda Williams).---February 15,- at Mater Misericordiase private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Clive B. Martin, of Gymea Bay,
--a son. Both well.
PRYKE (nee Mary Freer).---February 19, at Mater Maternity, Crow's Nest, to Mr. and Mrs. Pryke--a daughter (Christine Mary).
RIDLEY (nee Irene Davis).--- February 19, Mater Maternity (private), to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ridley --a son (Damon Donald).
SANDON. --February 14, at Normanhurst, Ashfield, to Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sandon aon (Clive Edwin).
SEACH (nee Nash).-- February 15, at King George V. to Dorothy and Henry --a son (Barry George).
SINCLAIR (nee Gilbert).---February 18, Mater Misericordiae, to Cicely, wife of S.Sgt. R. Wilson Sinclair --a son (David Robert).
SMITH.-- February 17, at Sunbury, Ashfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Smith, of Strathfield, formerly Wyong--a daughter (Glenys Lynn).
STANWIX (nee Hart).---February l8, 1945, at Women's Hospital, Crown Street (Inter), to Dorothy, wife of John A. Stanwix --a daugh-
ter (Penelope Alexandra Stafford).
THOMPSON. ---February 17, 1945, at Rosslyn private hospital, Arncliffe, to Marjorie, wife of Sgt. Charles Thompson, U.S. Army Air Core--a daughter (Sandra Anne).
YULE (nee Lilian Davis).---February 19, at Rosnel private hospital, Westmead, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Yule --a son (Derek Robert).
ANDREWS-ELLIOTT.--- The Engagement is announced of Joan Kathleen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Elliott, of Kingsford, formerly of Southampton, England, to Wil- liam James, M.N., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Andrews, of Southampton, England.
BOWNAS-OGILBY.--- The Engagement is announced of Betty Joan, younger daughter of Mrs. R. Ogilby, of Strathfield, and the late Mr. A. Ogilby, to Flying-Officer Russell John, (R.A.A.F.), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Bownas, of Strathfield.
CLARK--LEAVSEY.--- The Engagement is announced of pte. Olive Leavsey, A.W.A.S., only daughter of the late Samuel Leavsey, and Mrs. Lravsey, of Balmain, to Able Sea- man Alan Clark, R.A.N., second son of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Clark, of Sydney.
CRAWFORD-LINDE.--- The Engagement is announced of Bertha (W.A.A.A.F.). younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Linde, of Plump- ton, to Bruce Kenneth, only son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Crawford, of Doonside. N.S.W.
ELLIOTT-WOODHOUSE.--- The Engagement is announced of Section Officer Patricia (W.A.A.A.F.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Woodhouse, of Cremorne, to Sergeant Noel George Elliott (R.A.F.), eldest son of the late Mr. George and Mrs. Elliott, of Batibridrige,
Co. Down, Northern Ireland.
GRIFFIN-BOOTH.---The Engagement is an- nounced of Cpl. Olga Booth (W.A.A.A.F.). youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Booth, of Harbord, to Sgt. Colin Griffin (A.I.F.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Griffin,
GRIFFITHS-McALLISTER.---The Engage- ment is announced of Laurice, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. McAllister, of Canterbury, to William, only son of Rev. W. Griffiths and the late Mrs. W. Griffiths, of Croydon.
HAMMOND-BELL.---The Engagement is an- nounced of F./O. Kentish Coverdale, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ham- mond, of Wagga, to Joan Livingstone, young- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Bell,
HOPE-CARTER.---The Engagement is an-
nounccd of June Llewellyn, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Carter, of Barraba, to Robert Marsden, second son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hope, of North Sydney.
MILLAR-AVENELL.---The Engagement is announced of Edith Lorna, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Avenell, 22 Hay Street, Croydon, to Cfn. Ernest Haig, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Millar, of Victoria Street,
MITCHELL-ERASMUS. --- The Engagement is announced of Joy Jessie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Erasmus, of Kelso, to Gnr. Bruce Mitchell, eldest son of Capt. and Mrs. A. E. Mitchell, of Armidale.
MURRAY-McLEOD.---The Engagement is announced of Lorna, third daughter of Mr and Mrs. Alex McLeod, of Mombri Street, Merrylands, to Lindsay (R.A.N.). youngest son of Mr. E. C. Murray and Mrs. Murray,
of Tallong, N.S.W.
SUTHERLAND-BARNES.---The Engage- ment is announced of Eunice Veronica only daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Barnes, Excelsior Parade, Marrickville, and Keith Albert Sutherland (R.A.N.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sutherland, Northcote,
WATT-GREASON.---The Engagement is an- nounced of Joan, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Greason, of Bundanoon, to Sgt. Len. Watt (A.I.F.), elder son of Mrs. W. Watt and the late Mr. W. Watt, Croydon.
DECK-HENRY.---February 3, at St. Philip's Church, Church Hill, by Archdeacon H. S. Begble, assisted by Rev. W. G. Nisbet, Margaret Tress, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Henry, of Strathfield, to Sq./Ldr. Roger Ferris, second son of Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Deck, of Clifton Gardens.
COUDIE-JOHNSON.---January 13. at pres- byterian Church, Marrickville, by the Rev. A. Mccallum, Hilda May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C Johnson, of Dulwich Hill, to Sgt. Gordon Qoudle (A.I.F.), second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Goudle, of Marrickville.
HATTON-EALES.--- January 27. at St. John's, Ashfield, by Rev. L. N. Sutton, Edna Clarice, third daughter late Mr. F. E. Eales and Mrs. M. Eales, of Kinbombi. Queensland, to James Neville, only son Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hatton, of Ashfield, late Haberfield, N.S.W.
HAWTHORNE-HAWSON.---February 17, at Methodist Church, Cessnock, by the Rev. Dudley Hyde, Lieut. Dorothy Hawson (A.A.N S.. reta.), youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Hawson, of Mildura, Vic, to Sst. Clarence Stewart Hawthorne (A.I.F, retd.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hawthorne, of Abermain.
SMITH-DE GRUCHY CLARKE.---January 27, at Willoughby Methodist Church, by Rev. T. M. Taylor, Rita, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clarke, of Bris- bane, to Sydney, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith, of Murchison, Victoria.
VELIK-GREENBERG.--February 15, 1945, at the Great Synagogue, Sydney, Beryl, only daughter of Mrs. S. Greenberg and the late S. Greenberg of Cremorne, to Jacob David
Vellk, of Melbourne.
COTTAM-BURNET.---February 21, 1910, at All Saints' Church, Hunter's Hill, by the Rev. E. Owen, Helena Dorothy, to Lewis William. Present address, 55 Greenacre Road,
PALMER-MILLIGAN.---February 21, 1920, at St. Stephen's Church, Sydney, by Rev. John Ferguson, Stella Muriel Milligan, of Guildford, to Edward Percival Palmer, of Roseville. Present address: 6 Berwick Street,
PULFORD-TURTON.---February 21, 1920, at St. Mathias', Paddington, by late Rev. S. G. Fielding. Gladys Mabel Turton, of Waver- ley, to Frank Richard Pulford, of Randwick. Present address, 40 Portland Street, Dover Heights.
RINKIN-SIDAWAY.---January 31, 1920, at Presbyterian Church, Lismore, by Rev. A. MacKillop, Emma Ethel, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sidaway, Lismore, to Christo« Percy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rinkin, of Caringbah (late of North Coast). Present address, Post-office, Balmain.
ROLL OF HONOUR
BUTT.---March 22-23. 1944. P./O. Robert Edward, missing after raid on Germany, March 22, now officially presumed deceased, captain and pilot Lancaster Bomber T., at- tached to R.A.F. 44 (Rhodeslan Squadron). Beloved youngest son of Margaret and late Arthur A. Butt., of Stanmore; beloved brother, brother-in-law, and uncle of Mr. and Mrs. A. Butt and Son, Mr. and Mrs. J. Butt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Les Butt, nephew of Mrs. J. Nellgan and Mrs. Ivy Christie, A tribute to those of his crew, presumed deceased, and the three p.o.w.s in Germany. Per
ardua ad astra.
PARKER.---February 8, 1945. killed In action, solomon Island, S.-W. Pacific Area, Willis Jomet (Bill), dearly beloved youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. Musgrave Parker, Belle- rive, Tasmania, aged 22 years.
BOSS.---Killed in action. Bougainville.
January 5, 1945, OTC167547, Pte. Robert Bruce Ross, beloved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ross, and loved brother of Heather, Donald and Jean, of Boonah. Gnobella, Wellington.
sj^S?ií*,I-5e,5,ÍC*' P»iilea. beloved father of ?,25ie,...¿u,a "-«ber-ln-law of Dugald Hume.
aged 79 years.
K.J!SÄJu>-,rF*b.ruSSr ao« 1M5- Eth«' >«<>y. tmÏ&i."«.? 0l .Thon"" Be*rd. of 3 Flat, Ïi5iîl'rl*i ÏLf-iîï ? Avenue, Bondi, and loving 5? ,J5L0,Fr,deTlek Walter and Dorothy, aged ?,?".£?"??-.. Sef, ThantfüF'» "Herald" for luneral notice. Melbourne paper«, pleas« copy. ¿.uS3*?:r~Fîbsiî,ty ". J19**- *.»» **»?. SsSSê *Üi? «'.Sydney Arthur Bower, c1 Bal- gowlah. Privately interred February 19. 1945. s,.E?'ÎS^ÎS,T"pf,>ru"y ZO« 19*5. *t Canter- bury District Hospital. Joseph Anthony Bro ?? ^nSXTflTs1"<LlMS s*t- N.B.W. Police and Ute £t-i)2.IÄ!£!7nba Street, Punchbowl, loved hus «£?a î'.îî'i'Jr*"1 dur father of Vonnle (Start S£r.,.AAv.,A-8,) ?*.<. CP>- .,b»n (A.W.A.S.). Reqoiescat In pace. Funeral notice Thursdays
Hospital Sarah May Brown, of 5 Clarke SSffii Vaucluse, dearly loved wife of Percy George Brown and dear mother of Gerard and Maurice (A.I.F.), aged 58 years. Requlescat
DORMAN.-February 17, at her residence, Blsiett Street. Kempsey. Margaret, loved mother of William, Maud. Ernest, Jessie. Elsie and Ethel, «.ged 82. At rest.
MINI».-February l8, 1945. at her resi- dence, 125 King Street, Randwick, Elisabeth Dunn, dearly beloved wife of William and loving mother of Isabel, Vera, and William (deceased), aged 72 years. R.l.P. (Privately
DUN8HEA-Februar» 17. 1945. at Manly Hospital. Frederick Koah Dunshea, dearly loved, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Dun shea, cf Chatswood.
CARRICK.-February 9, 1945. at her resi- dence, Coledale Heights, Coledale, Florence Ada. beloved wife of James Carrick, aged 64
CARRIG.-February 20, 19*5. at Yaralla Hospital, ' John Carrig, dearly loved brother of Mrs. E. Waldon, Mrs. D. Buckton, and Mr. Thomas Carrig. For funeral notice, see Thursday's "Herald."
, GUTHRIE.-February 14. 1945 (accident- ally), Cecil* Hagel, dearly beloved daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Guthrie, also dearly-loved sister of Ron, aged 22 years. Memories everlasting.
HABKIS.-February 20, 1945. at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Florence Annie, dearly beloved wife of Herbert George Harris, of 28 Croydon Avenue. Croydon. At rest.
HARRIS.-Feoruary 20, 1945. at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Florene* Annie, dearly loved sister of Doris. At peace. ,
HABJUS.-February 20, 194S. at Royal Prince Alfred Hospita!. Florence Annie Hants, dear sister of Will, and sister-in-law of Marie (Mrs. W. W. Carpenter), 120 Payten Avenue, Punchbowl, and beloved aunt of Marjory, Rose- mary, and Elaine. Gone to Him.
HARRIS.-February 20. 1945. at Royal Ptlnce Alfred Hospita!, Florence Annie (Flo», dearest sister of Maud (Mrs. Pybus), and sister-in-law of Tom, of 83 Trafalgar Street, Petersham. Till we meet.
INCH.-February 20. 1045. Annie Inch, of Hotel Guildford, Guildford, widow of the late John Inch and loved mother of John and I»y (Mrs. A. MeGarrity).
ISAACS.-February 18. 1945. at his resi- dence, Valensole, Greenoaks Avenue. Edge- cliff, Edward Robert, son of the late Alfred Edward Isaacs. Private cremation.
JACK.-September IS, 1944. died or Ill- ness In Osaka P.O.W. Camp, Japan, .Tames Mackenzie, . H.K.V.D.C. dear husband of Sybil, and father oi Dorothy and Mollie.
JONES.-February 20, 1945. at a private hospital, Kay Hesketh, dearly loved Infant daughter of Flight-Lieutenant D. W. H. Jones and Mrs. Phyllis Jones (of Adelaide), and loving granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ashe, cf Sydney, and of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whitlock Jones, of Adelaide, aged 11 days, Melbourne and Adelaide papers, please copy.
LAURSEN (LAWSEN).-February 20, 1945, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Helentus (Ted), beloved father of Gordon (Curl Curl), aged
65 . years.
MALLET.-December 27. 1944. at Brisbane General Hospital, Herbert Joseph (Jockey), dearly loved . husband of Myrtle, and dearly loved son of Benjamin »nd Sarah.
MARCHANT.-February 20. 1945. at her residence, 17 Btatlon Street, Thornleigh, Mary Florence, beloved wife of Hartley Marchant and loving mother of Allan, aged 91 years.
MORRISON.-February 19. 1945. at his residence. Woy Woy, George Keith Morrison, aged 82 years. At rest.
MUNRO.-February 20, 1945. at his resi- dence. 43 Station Street, Petersham, Hugh William, beloved son of Mrs, R. Munro, and dearly loved brother of Margaret (Mrs. A. E. Christian) and David, and dear uncle of Max, aged 61 years.
PALMER.-February 19, 1945. »t hospital, Elisabeth, dearly beloved wife of Mr. C. A. Palmer, 16 Graham Street, Lidcombe, and dear mother of Margaret and Henry. R.l.P.
PERRIN.- February 19, 1945, at her resi- dence, 35 Lorne Avenue, Killara, Elisa Sophia, widow of the late , Ernest Waddell Perkins. Privately cremated.
PITCHER. - February 15, 1943, at her residence, Arcadia Street, Coogee, Amy, dearly beloved wife of Edward John Pitcher, and loved mother of Bernice and Nancy, Privately cremated.
RANDELL.- February 20, 1945, Lizbeth Hellen, beloved wife of Samuel Gell Randell, of 85a William Street, Mascot, and loving mother of Mary (Mrs. Edgar).
REIN.- February 20, 1945, at his residence, 126 Johnston Street, Annandale, Edgar Law- rence, relict of the late Alma Josephine Rein and loved father of Joan, John (R.A.A.F.), Norma, William, and Nancy (deceased). R.I.P.
RIVERS.- February 18, 1945, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Alice May Rivers, At rest. Privately cremated at Rookwood Cre- matorium on Tuesday. the 20th instant.
ROBINSON.- February 19, 1945, at his residence, 117 St. George's Road, Bexley, George Henry, dearly loved husband of Mette Robinson and fond father of Albert, Edward, William, Andrew, May, Ethel (Mrs. Laurie), Violet (Mrs. A. Dunkerley). Ruby (Mrs. F. Jenkins), Edith (Mrs. H. Payne), aged 75
SIMMONS.-February 20, 1945, at Parra- matta, Ellen Lydia, widow of George Simmons, and fond mother of Joyce (Mrs. H. Whiteman), Jack, and George, aged 59 years.
SORRELL.- February 20, 1945, Beatrice Sorrell, of 126 West Botany Street, Arncliffe, dearly loved wife of George Edwin Sorrell, and dear mother of Alice (Mrs. A. Day), Madge (Mrs. R. Poynter), John, and Elsie (Mrs. G. Ward), aged 75 years.
SULLIVAN.- February 20, 1945, Rosina Mary Sullivan, beloved daughter of Francis Sullivan and loved sister of Phil, Win, Pat, and Frank, and loved niece of Mr. and Mrs. John McNamara, aged 23 years. R.I.P.
SWAIN.- February 16 1945, at his resi- dence, Stafford Street, Manilla, Selby Wilfred, dearly beloved husband of Myrtle and loving father of Joy, Frank, and Nherida.
TOLLIS.- February 20, 1945, at her resi- dence, 30 Gilderthorpe Avenue, Randwick, Blanche Eva Tollis, loving mother of William, Leslie, Alice, Ivy, Hilton, Brenda. Gladys, Leonard, Phyllis, and loving sister of Mrs. A.
WALSH.- February 16, 1945, at hospital, James Joseph, dearly beloved brother of Kathleen (Mrs. C. Bettridge), Miss Madeleine Walsh, and Nell (Mrs. R. Taubman). R.I.P. Privately interred 19th inst.
WEST.- February 19, 1945, at Liverpool, Edwin, son of late John and D. West, of
Katoomba, aged 68.
WILSON.- February 20, 1945 (result of acci- dent), Kenneth John, beloved youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilson, of 20 Ains- worth Street, Leichhardt, and loving brother of Max aged 15 years.
ABEL. - In loving memory of my dear mother, Harriet, who departed this life Feb- ruary 21, 1939. Inserted by her loving son, Victor.
ABRAHAMS.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Leslie. Jockey, who was killed Banya Hurdle, Moones- Valley. February 20, 1941. Always remembered by his mother, father, sisters, and brothers.
ARMSTRONG.-In loving memory of our darling Jean, who passed away February 21, 1942. Sadly missed by her loving mum, dad. sisters, and brothers.
ABNEY.-A silent thought brings many a tear of one I loved, my dear husband and father. Ted, whom God called home February 21, 1944. Sadly missed by his wlfo and .children. Gladys, Margaret. Connie. Ray.
BECKHOU8E.-Loving memory of mv dar- ling daughter. Ada. passed away February 21, 1944; also my dear husband, died June 27, 1941: and loving son-in-law. Bob. died Feb- ruary 15. 1942. Inserted by Elisabeth Blewitt and family.
BUCHANAN.-In loving memory of Annie Elizabeth Buchanan, who passed away on Feb- ruary 21, 1943. Inserted by her ever-loving sons, Andy (R.A.A.F.), and Bill (P.O.W., Japan).
CROSS.-In loving memory of our dear brother. Dick, accidentally killed February 20. 1942. Inserted by brothers. Norm. Lin. Bert.
' DAWE.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band and our dear dad. Charles Samuel, passed away February 21, 1944. Inserted by his loving
.wife and family.
DAWE.-In memory of our dear father and grandfather. Charles Daw«, who died Febru- ary. 21. 1944. Always remembered by his loving son and daughter-in-law. Sam and Grace, and grandchildren.
DEAN.-Cherished memories of my dearly loved husband, Alfred (Ack). whom God called herne, February 21, 1939. Sadly missed by his loving wife. Amy.
DEAN.-In loving memory of our brother in-law, 'Alfred; also our dear brother. Richard, who died January 3. 1944. Inserted by Tem,
Jean, and Jessie Wilsen.
FIELD.-In loving memory of my darling son, .Lindsay Gordon (George), who passed away February 21. 1944. Always remember- ed by his loving mother.
FIELD.-Forever In our hearts are treas- ured memories of our dear brother and bro- ther-in-law. George, whom God called home February 21. 1944. Ron and Mollie.
FIELD.-In loving memory of my darling brother. George, whom the angels called home to rest February 21. 1944. Always remem- bered by his sister. May, and brother-in-law.
FIELD.-In memory of my dear pal, Gor- don (Gerty) Lindsay Held. Inserted by Eric
FIELD.-Sad thoughts to-day but lovln* memories of my dear uncle. George, who fell asleep February 21. 1944. Always remembered by Norma. Norman, and baby. Robyn.
FRASER.-Sacred to the memory of Harry, dearly leved husband ct May and loved father
c1 Albert. Madeline.
GARDINER.-In loving memory of my dear wife, and our mother. Annie, who passed away February 21. 1942. Inserted by her loving
husbarld and family.
GLEESON.-Treasured memories of my dear daughter and our dear sister. Clarice Martini, who passed away February 21. 1942. Sadly missed by mother and sisters, Stella Craig and
< HAIR.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Fannv Hair, who departed this life February 20. 1942. Inserted by her loving daughter. Lilian, son-in-law. Reg. and grandchildren Reg and Dawn.
' HAKEN.-Treasured are the beautiful memo- ries of our beloved friend. Florrie, entered Into rest February 21. 1944. Sadly missed by 6. F.
and M. Garrett.
, HARPER.-In loving memory of my dear son and our brother. Leonard, who passed away February 21, 1942, aged 49 years. Always remembered by his lather, brother, and sisters.
HEINE.-In losing memory of our dear father. William, who passed away February 21. 1944. Always remembered by his loving daughter. Lorna, son-in-law. Aden, grandson.
HELM.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, Lillian Letitia Helm, who de- parted this life on February 21, 1943. Always remembered by her loving husband, Fred, and children, Irene and Robert.
HELM.-In sad and loving memory of our dear daughter and our sister, sister-in-law, and niece, Lillian Letitia, who fell asleep Feb- ruary 21, 1943. Ever remembered by her father and, mother, brothers, sisters, sister-in-law,
brother-in-law. and auntie.
. HENDERSON.-In loving memory of our be- loved daughter. Verlle, colled home February 21. 1941. Sadly missed by her mother,
father, and sister.
HOPWOOD.-In sad memory of my hus- band, Sydney Geo. Hopwood, who passed away February 21, 1944. Daphne and son (Timothy).
INSKIP.-A thought for to-day, but a memory for ever of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away February 21, 1943. Inserted by her loving family.
JAGO.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band and our father, Henry Morris, who de- parted this life February 21, 1933. Inserted by his loving wife, Ada, and family.
JESSUP.-Fond memories of dear brother, Bill, passed away February 21, 1943. In- serted by brother, Charlie.
KERR.-In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away February 21, 1942. Insert- ed by Mabel and Grace.
LITTLEJOHN.-In loving memory of my dear husband, who deported this life February 21, 1944. Inserted by his loving wife, Ann.
LITTLEJOHN.-In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law, who departed this life February 21, 1944. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. A. Stepto and family.
LORKIN.-Not just to-day, mother, but every day, you are loved and remembered by your loving daughters, Florrie and Gertie.
MEANS.-Sad thoughts to-day, but dearest of memories of my fond husband, George, and our loving dad. Deeply mourned by his
wife and family.
MEANS.-Time passes, but memories re- main cf my dear brother-in-law. Oeorge, passed cn to a higher life February 21, 1944. Always remembered by Em.
MILLER.-Fond memories of our dear ftthcr. Daniel, who passed away at North Strathfield. February 21. 1932. Inserted by Rita and Howard,
MONAHAN.-A silent thought bring» trea» ured memories of cur darling mother and nana. Sabina, passed away February 21. 1941. Sadly missed by Gertie, Jack, John, and Beverley.
MONAHAN.-Sad but loving memories cf our dear mother, who passed away February 21. 1941. Remembered always by her loving ton, John, and daughter-in-law. Connie.
MONAHAN.-The dearest mother Ood ever sent called to rest February 21. 1941. Loved always by her daughter. Mary, son-in-law,
MONAHAN.-Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept of our darling mother and grand- mother, Sabina, who passed away February 21, 1941. Remembered by her daughter, son-in l£.w. and grandson, Kathleen, Jack, and John.
MONAHAN.-Beautiful memories of our darl- ing mother, Sabina, who fell asleep February 21, 1941. Too dearly loved to be forgotten by her loving daughter. Loma, son-in-law, Horace, grandchild. Lorna. ;
MORLING.-No sorrow could be greater than the parting of our darling daughter, sister, and niece, who died February 21, 1944. Sadly missed by her mother, father, sister, brothers. Aunty Ida, Uncle Bill and cousins.
MULDOWNEY.-In loving memory of Ellxa beth Wiseman, who passed away February 20, 1942, Inserted by Jean and Barry.
MYERS.-A tribute of love and remem- brance of my dear mother. Eva Mary, passed away February 21, 1937. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten by her loving »on, Jack, and Mary.
MYERS.-Treasured memories' of our dear sister, Eva Mary, passed away February 21, 1937. So dearly loved, so sadly missed by her loving sisters. Madge, Mabel. Winnie, Daisy, Violet.
PETERSON.-Treasured memories of 'our darling daughter and slater. Jean Leah, who passed away February 21, 1937. Sadly missed by her father, mother, and brother.
PILL.-In loving memory cf my dear wife, Mary, who passed away February 21, 1943. Inserted by her loving husband, John. i
PILL.-In loving memory ot our dear mother, mothcr-ln-law, grandmother. and great-grandmother. Mary, who passed away February 21, 1943. Always remembered by Eddie and Vera. Mary, Kata and Fred. Min and Cec, Fred and Hllma, Les and Anne, and
POWER.-In sad remembrance of our be- loved Jack, died February 21. 1941, only son and brother of Walter and Mr*. Power, and Joyce, Nancy, Elsie, Ken.
PREBBLE.-Sad thoughts to-day. but loving memories always of Pep. died February 21, 1942. Inserted by his son, Gordon (A.I.F.). and daughter-in-law. Bessie.
QUEALEY.-Deep In my heart a memory Is kept of my darling husband and dearly be- loved father. Joseph Michael, who passed away February 21, 1944. Always remembered by his .loving wife. Ethel, and daughters. Judith
QUEALEY.-In memory or our dear son and brother. Joseph Michael, who departed this life February 21, 1944. Inserted by his lov- ing mother and lather, sisters and brothers.
RIDGWAY.-In loving memorv of my dear husband and our father. Charles Willoughby, who passed away February 20. 1943. Ever remembered by his loving wife and family.
KOYALL.-In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away 22/2/'44. Inserted by her husband and son, Ron.
ROYALL.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Gladys Alma, who passed away February 22, 1944. Sadly missed by her loving son, Jack, Jean, and twins.
ROYALL.-To our mother, who passed «way February 22, 1944. Inserted by her step- daughters. Daphne, Nell, Rose. Doreen.
ROYALL.-In loving memory of my darling mother. Oladys Alma, who passed asvay Feb- ruary 22, 1944. Badly missed and always re- membered by her only daughter. Beryl.
ROYALL.-Loving memory of Oladvs Alma, whom Ood called home February 22, 1944. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Melvalne.
SHIELDS.-We keep in our hearts beautiful memories of my darling mother and our in-andmother. who passed away February 20, 1939 Always remembered by her loving daughter. Mary, «nd son-in-law, Bert, and grandchildren.
SHOEBRIDGE.-In loving memory of my dear husband, »nd our dad. whd passed »way February 21, 193FI. Inserted by his loving wife and family.
SORENSON.-In loving memory of Fred, mir dear son and brother, passed «way Feb- ruary 21, 1943. Sadly missed by his mother, lather, sisters, and brother.
SORENSON.-To-day bring»; sod thoughts and memories of our brother and uncle. Fred, who passed away February 21, 1943. Inserted by Mary. Arthur, and Neville.
STRATTON.-In loving memorv of my dear wife and our mother. Doris Ela Stratton, who departed this life Februarv 21. 1941. Inserted bv her loving husband and daughters. Norma. Miriam, Julie,
WATSON.-In loving memory of James Dunlop, who passed away at Manly on Feb- ruary 21, 1943. Inserted by his loving wife, son. daughter-in-law. and granddaughter.
WILKIE.-Time will never dim cherished and beautiful memories of our d«-ar father, who ssent to sleep February 21. 1936. Dearly loved and sadly missed by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Chlas and Fred.
WILKIE.-In loving memory of my dear lathe) Joshua, who passed away Februar/ 21, 1936 Sadly missed by his daughter and son-in-law. Esme and George.
WILLING.-In loving memory of my dear wile and mother, who passed away February 21, 1944, Sadly missed by her loving hus- band, son. and daughter-in-law. and grand- children. Elane. Barry, Ronald. Warren.
WILSON.-Sad and loving memories of our dear dad and da. Thomas Wilson, died Feb- ruary 21. 1943. Never forgotten by Dot. Eddie,
WILSON.-In loving memory of dear grand- pa, who passed away February 21. 1943, Sadly missed by Jim and Betty.
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BRASINGTON.-No sorrow could be greater than the parting of our dearly beloved only son, George Charles (Georgie), Flt.Sgt.. R.A.A.F.. who flew to a higher glory, air operations, Germany. February 21-22. 1944. Sad thoughts for the gallant crew lost. Too dearly loved and longed for to ever be for- gotten by his ever-loving mum (and pal), dad, and sister. Phoebe.
BRASINGTON.-Sacred and proud memories of my hero nephew, that I dearly loved and will never forget. George. 423217. F./Sgt.. R.A.A.F.. attached R.A.F.. who lost his life in air operations February 21-22. 1944. Always remembered by his loving Auntie Punch (Rotha Eames).
BRASINGTON.-Deep in our hearts a me- mory Is kept of our dearly beloved nephew and cousin, George. Flt./Sgt. R.A.A.F.. who lost his life in air operations. February 21, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving Auntie Eileen. Uncle Cyril, and cousins.
BRASINGTON.-For ever in my heart will be everlasting beautiful sweet memories of my darling hero, Flt./Sgt. George Brasington. R.A.A.F., who lost his life in air operations February 21. 1944. So dearly loved and sadly missed by his ever-loving friend. Dorothy Lovell, England.
BRASINGTON.-A thought for to-day. but memories forever, for our dear friend. 423217. Flt./Sgt.George Charles Braslngton. killed on active service over Germany Februarv 21-22, 194-. Sadly missed by Mrs. Hill and family.
CLEVELAND.-In remembrance of our dearly loved sen. Flying/Officer Frank Cleve- land, who made the supreme. sacrifice Feb- ruary 21, 1944. Also his crew cf 460 Squadron. Alwavs remembered bv mother and dad.
CLEVELAND.-In loving memory of my darling brother. Flylng-Offlcer Frank cleve- land, who lost his life on February 21, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving sister. Dorothy.
CLEVELAND.-In loving memory of our nephew and cousin, Flying/Officer Frank Cleve- land, killed while returning from operations over Ocrmany February 21. 1944. Always re- membered by Auntie Jess, Uncle Spen. Doreen, and Ralph.
CLEVELAND.-A tribute ' of honour and fond memories always to Frank. F./O. F A. Cleveland (R.A.A.F.). killed returning from Germany, February 21 1944. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Tickner and Myrtle.
PATON. In loving memory of our dearly beloved son, John Howie Paton. Flt/Sgt., R.A A.F., 423326. Lancaster Bomber, killed In action (Stuttgart). February 21. 1944, aged 21 years. Never forgotten by his father and mother; sister, Heather, and brother, George (R.A.A.F.). Pacific.
WATTS.-February 21. 1943. at Green- slopes Hospital. Brisbane. NX138091. PU). Wil- liam Nell Watts (Bill). 20th Garr. Btn., dearly beloved son cf W. J. and Mrs. Watts, Scons, and beloved brother of Erle, Jean, Lynda, Jack, and Ruby.
YOUNG.-In loving memory of my dear brother. Flight/Sit. Alan Geoffrey Young (R.A.A.F.), killed while returning from air operations over Germany February 21. 1944. Ins»rt°d bv hi«: brother. Bob (R.A.A.F.).
Mrs. RATH and FAMILY. Woodford, wish to THANK relatives and friends for kind sym- pathy In their recent bereavement. Please ac- cept this a5 our sincere and personal thanks.
M. T. SAUNDERS and FAMILY. 160 Oberon Street. Randwick, wish to THANK their friends for their sincere expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, and kindly aid In their recent
Mr. and Mrs. J. ATCHESON and FRANK ATCHESON wish to THANK relatives ond friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams in the loss of their dearlv beloved Daughter and Sister, Moy» Ann Atcheson.
Mr. ARTHUR PAYNE, of IO Lindsay Street. Campsie, wishes to express his sincere THANKS to relatives, friends, and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in the recent sad loss of his beloved mother.
Mr. WHITE. Mrs. REDMOND and FAM- ILY, of 5 Dcodson Avenue. Lidcombe, wish to sincerely THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy lu their sad bereavement. Will all please socept this as our personal thanks.
Mr. ERN NEWHAM and Mr. and Mrs. IRONS wish to THANK relatives, friends, neighbours, officers and men of 128 A.S.D. Btn.. for their expressions of sympathy In the sad loss of their dear wife and daughter. Eileen. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. IONN and FAMILY. 5 Wood- stock Street. Bondi Junction, wish to sincerely THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes and other expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Will all oleare accept this as our personal thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. OHMA and FAMILY. Upper Bankstown, wish to THANK all relatives, friends, end neighbours for their kind expres- sions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, also Supt. and Teachers, Church of Christ. Carra- mar, docto», nurses, end sister, Renwlck Hos- pita!. Summer Hill, in their recent loss of their dearly loved baby sen and brother. Geoffrey Kevin, aged 9 months.
Mrs. F. EVANS and FAMILY, of Balgowlah, wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for cards, letters telegrams In
their recent sad loss of «on and brother. W11. | Pimm acceptable m personal tisana*.
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'Mr. H. CLARK and FAMILY, of IS Charle* Street, Manly, wieji to THANK all friends for their kindness and sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad. bereavement. Please ac- cept this as cur personal thanks.
The FAMILY of the late THOMAS SELF, 51 Union Street, Paddington, wish to THANK relatives and friends for kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks. _FUNERALS
ALLjun.-Tile nwatitx? «na «Tiend* of Mt«.
Florence Allen and ramljy.ol aid Piensan, ¿street, irsklnevuie, are invited to attend the »uritial of her beloved Husband and weir dear ratiier. Henry jncoerlck Ahen (late 1st A-1-*'.): to «ave T. J. Andrews' Funeral Chapel, 25 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Day, at 1.30 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, «iookvvccd. T. J. Anarewt, A.F.D.A., 21-25 Lrunor* Head. Newtown. 'Phones, LA2Ü73, etc.
ARMOUR.-The ivneral of the late Charles
Armour, late of «iii Bolton Street. Ouild tord, will leave the private cnapei uf Motor ¿?unerals Limited w7 Mawsun street. Auburn, This Morning, alter a servite commencing <at lu o'c.ock, tor the Rookwood Crematorium.
Motor Funerals Limited, A.F.D.A.. U7 liawàwn I btrett, Auburn. Tete.. UX72C1.
BRuWn.-nequleni Mass tor the Repose cf
the Soul oi the late Mis. Sarah May arowii, ot 5 Clarke Street, Vaucluse, will bo celebrated at the Church of Our Lady Star ti toe öta, Watson's i,ay, To-morrow (Thurs- day) Morning, at 7 o'clock, The Funeral will leave the Church Thuisday Morning, at 10 o'clcck tor South Head Cemetery. W. N. Bull My Ltd.. A.F.D.A.. T«..tpnone. LA2Ö5U: T>UTCHAKT.-The Relatives of the late X» Mrs. Mary Gray Butchart, of 20 Karris Street, Balmain, are kindly ln»lled to attend her Funeral; to leave our Funeral Herne, 9» Weston Koad, Rozelle. This (Wed- nesday) Mcrnlng, at 10 o'clock, for Rookwood Crematorium. Wood CoffiU Limited,
CARRICK.-Relatives and í ranos of Mr.
Janies Carrick, ol Coieaale Htignts, Cole- dale, Mr. .and Mrs. J. V. Carrick, Mr.- and Mr». Leo carrick, Victor, fcdna. Leila (Mr. and Mrs. Paul). Mr. and Mrs. Frances Car- rick . (L.A.C.) Kevin and Clement, are In- vited to attend the Funeral oi his beloved Wife and their dear Mother. Florence Ada; t? leave the Catholic Church, Coledale. This «Wednesday) Afternoon, at 4.15. «or the Cath- olic Cemetery, Scarborough. W. J. Wil- liams, buneral Director.
^HIMWOOD.-The Relatives and Friends ti vr Mrs. Winifred Qrlmwood and Miss Frances Orlmvyood are Invited to attend the Funeral tf her dearly beloved Daughter and her dear Sister, Muriel Elizabeth Oilmwood; to leave T. J. Andiews' Funeral Chupei. 214 Liverpool Road, axsntield. This Day, after service com- mencing at 10.30 a.m., for Crematorium, Rockwood. T. J. Andrews, A.F.D.A., 214 Liverpool' Road, Ashneld. 'Phones, UA40J8, LA2H73. etc.
HARRIS.-The Relatives and Friends of the
late Mrs. Rose Harris are kindly lnviitd to attend her Funeral; Us leave her daughter's residence, 51 Rawson Street, Lidcombe, .This Day, after a service commencing at 9.45 a.m., for the Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood, Section 2W. Reginald W. Hilton, Funeral Director, 2a Auburn Road, Auburn. UX7B50. HARRIS.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. George Herbert Harris, of 28 Croydon Avenue, Croydon, are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife, Florence Annie: to leave St. James' Church. Croydon, This Day, after service commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. Floral tributes direct to church. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society, Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-9.
HARRIS.-The .Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Carpenter. Miss Doris Carpenter, and Mr. and Mrs. thomas Pybus are invited to attend the Funeral of their be- loved Sister and Sister-in-law. Florence Annie Harris. For particular* see preceding notice. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society, Railway Parade, Burwood, UJ2178-9.
HORSLEY.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. Alice Maud Horsley and Mr. and Mrs. H. Pittaway are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father, Frederick; to leave our Chapel, 177 Church Street, Parramatta, This Wednes- day, after Service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Crematorium at Rookwood. Metcalfe and Merris Pty., Ltd., A.F.D.A., Parramatta. UW8891.
INSKIP.-The Funeral oí the late Mrs.
Selina Ann Inskip will leave the resi- dence of her son, Mr. J, R. inskip. Flinders Street, Albion Park, This Wednesday, at 1.30 p.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery, Albion Park. A. E. Simpson. Funeral Director. INCH.-The Relatives and Friends of the
late Mrs. Annie Inch are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave her late residence, Hctel Guildford, Ouildford. To-morrow (Thurs- day) Morning, at 10.30 o'clock, for the Presby- terian Cemetery, Rookwood. Wood Cornil
JAMIESON.-Waterside Workers' Federation.
-Members are invited to attend the Funeral of our late Member. William Robert Jamieson: to leave Wood CofTlll's Chapel, 810 George Street, Sydney, This Wednesday, at 1.45 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. G. B. Mullins, Secty.
KIRKLAND.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Brevltt. Kingsford; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cummins, Burwood; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sky, Enfield; Mrs. Luke, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Edwards, and Families, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle, and Nephew, Claude Kirkland; to leave my Funeral Chapel, 436 Anxac Parade. Kingsford. This Wednesday. at 2.30 p.m., for Rookwood Crematorium. Andrew Kennedy, Funeral Director. 430 Anzac Parade, Kingsford. FXG610.
KIRKLAND.-Lodge Justice. 461. U.O.L..of
N.S.W.-The Officers and Members of this and kindred Lodges are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member. Claude R' £? J?11?.1""1- Rwlla. See family notice, ír T;J?5£kle*í' W-M- c- H- Turtle. Secretary. I" AURSEN (LAWSEN).-The Funeral of the , la£ Helenlus Laursen (Ted Lawsen) will "5f!"* i.h* "s'dence, 30 Glebe Street. Glebe, This Day. at 1.30 p.m., for the Rookwood Crematorium. Metropolitan Burial and Cie
!?&'<.'& "Soclety. Railway Parade. Burwood,
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McCANN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Emily McCann and Son are Informed that the Funeral of her late dearly loved Hus- band and his dear Father, Mr. Francis Patrick McCANN will Jeave nl» ,at» residence. 71 Northumberland Avenue. Stanmere. This (Wed- nesday) Afternoon at a o'clock for Field of
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McCANN,-The Restires and Friends of Mr. Patrick McCann and Miss Winnie McCann are kindly Invited to attend the Fui>er»l of their beloved Brother. Francis Patrick McCann. For further particulars see
MCCANN.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brown and Family, and Mr. E. Kelly are kindly invited to attend the Funeral oi their Friend. Frank McCann (late 19th Battalion. 1st A.I.F.).
MARCHANT.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. Hartley Marchant and Son, Allan, arc invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and his loving Mother, Mary Florence Marchant; to leave T. J. Andrews' Funeral Chapel, 222 Pacific Highway, Hornsby, This Day, after service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Crematorium, Northern Suburbs. T. J. Andrews, A.F.D.A., 222 Pacific High- way, Hornsby. 'Phones, JU1514. LA2873, etc. MILLER.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Miller and Robert are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Son and his dear Brother, James Ronald: to leave our Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn, This Afternoon, at 1.15 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Smithfield. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn. UX6111. MILLER.-The Relatives and Friends of
of Mr. and Mrs. George Peharson, of Atkinson Street. Liverpool, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Nephew, James Ronald Miller. For details see family notice. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited. .._...
MILLER.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Prangell and Family, of Cleone Street. Guildford, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Nephew and their dear Cousin, James Ronald Miller. For details see family notice. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited. ... , .
MORRISON.-The Funeral of the late
George Keith Morrison, of Yarrowee, Rail- way Street, Woy Woy, will leave his late residence, This Day. at 1.30 p.m.. for Point Clare Cemetery. R. H. Creighton, 'Phone Gosford 45.
MULLER.-The Relatives and Friends of the
late Charlotte Hannah Muller are In- formed that her Remains were Interred in the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood, Yesterday, February 20, 1945. T. J. Andrews, A.F.D.A., 21-25 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phones. LA2873, etc. _ " , .,
MUNRO.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. R. Munro and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her dear Son and their Brother, Hugh William Munro; to leave T. J. Andrews' Funeral Chapel, 214 Liverpool Road, Ashfield. This Day, after service commenclmj at 3 P.m., for Presbyterian Cemetery. Rook- wood T. J. Andrews, A.F.D.A.. 214 Liver- pool Road. Ashfield. UA4038, "LA2873 etc. TJALMER-The Relatives^ and Friends of Jr Mr! C A. Palmer and Family are In- vited to attend the Funeral of his dearly be- loved Wife and their near Mother EllzaUth; to leave the residence, l8 Graham Street, Lidcombe. This Day. at 10 a.m.. t°r the Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society. Railway Parade,
"PALMER.-The Relatives and Friends of
JT Mrs. E. J. Palmer and Family, of 10 Keating Street, Lidcombe, ere Invited to at- tend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Daugh- ter-in-law and their dear SLster-ln-law. Eliza- beth Palmer. For particulars see family notice. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society. Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9. PALMER.- The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. Conway, Olga, and Mollie, of 16 Graham Street, Lidcombe and Mr. and Mrs. J. Conway and Family, Auburn, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Daughter, Sister, Sister-in-law,
and Aunt, Elizabeth Palmer. For particulars see family notice. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society, Railway Parade, Burwood.
RANDELL. - The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. Samuel G. Randell and of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Edgar are invited to attend the
Funeral of their beloved Wife and Mother,
Lizbeth Hellen Randell, which will leave St. Luke's Church, Tunbridge Street, Mascot, This Afternoon, after service ccmmenclng at 3 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Botany. Floral tributes direct to church. Joseph Medcalf. A.F.D.A. 172 Redfern Street, Red- fern. 'Phone. MX2315 (2 lines).
REIN.-The Relatives and Friends of the
late Mr. Edgar Lawrence Rein, of 126 Johnston Street, Annandale, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Brendan's Church, Johnston Street, Annandale, This Day, after Mass commencing at 9 a.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. T. J. Andrews. A.F.D.A.. 31-25 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phones. LA2873. etc.
REIN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr.
and Mrs. N. L. Rein, Mrs. Stan Rein, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rein, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rein, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Rein, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Rein, Mr. and Mrs D. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs L. F. Rein, and their Families are invited to attend the Funeral of their loved Brother, Brother-in-law, and uncle, Edgar Lawrence Rein. For further Particu- lars see family notice. T. J. Andrews. A.F.D.A. 'Phones, LA2873. etc.
REIN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr.
A. C. Guiliani, Mrs. H. Redshaw, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tome, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lam- bert, Miss V. Guillani, Mr and Mrs. P. J. Gulliani, Mr. and Mrs. H Mitchell, and Miss Irene Gulliani are invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Brother-in-law, Edgar Lawrence Rein. For further particulars see family notice. T. J. Andrews. A.F.D.A.
ROBINSON.- The Relatives and Friends of
the late George Henry Robinson, of Bex- ley, are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Mortuary Chanel, 4 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This (Wednesday) Morn- ing, after service commencing at 9.30 o clock, for Church of England Cemetery, Woronora. F. W. Hartley Pty., Ltd. ROBINSON.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. Nora Robinson, Joe and Rennie, of 27 Norton Street, Surry Hills, are kindly in- vited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, George Henry; to leave our Private Chanel 604 Crown Street, Sydney, This Afternoon, at 1.15 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Botany... aUbor, Motor »Aineral«. Limited. 604 mons Street, Sydney. LA2777 (4 Un«).
SIMMONS.-The Relative« and Friends of lil«
Family of the late Ellen Lydia* Simmens (late of Bourke) are Invited to attend her Fanerai; to leave the Church of St. Patrick, Parramatta. This Day, at 3.1S, for the Catholic Cemetery, North Rocks. Charles Innes and Sen, A.F.D.A., 32 Darcy Streit. Parramatta. UW9259.
SKEHAN.-The Relatives and Friends of
Cornelius John Skehan (Sklent), of Fairy- meadow, are Invited to attend hi* Funeral; to «ave Parsons' Funeral Parlour. Wollongong. This Wednesday, at 4 p.m., (or the Catholic Cemetery, Wollongong. H. Parsons. Funeral Director.
SORRELL.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. Oeorge E. Sorrell. Mr. and Mrs. A. Day, Mr. and Mrs. R. Poynter. Mr. and :'rs. J. sorrell, and of Mr. and Mrs, O, Ward, and their Families ere Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother and Grandmother, Beatrice Sor- rell; which will leave her late residence, 126 West Botany Street. Arncliffe, This Wednes- day, after service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Woronora. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville.
SULLIVAN.-The Relatives and Friend! el
the late MU« Rosina Mary Sullivan are kindly invited to attend her Fuñera!; to leave St. Joseph's Church, Burwood Heights, This Morning, at 10 o'clock, tor the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. Requiem Mass will be celebrated This Morning at 6.45 o'clock. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited, 24 Enmore Road Newtown. 'Phones. LA2777 (4 lines).
TOLLIS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs.
Blanche Eva Tollls, of 30 Ollderthorpe Avenue, Randwick, will leave the Kln-ela Chapels, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, To- morrow (Thursday), after service to commence at 9.45 a.m.. for the Church of England Ceme- tery, Randwick. Charles Kinsela Pty., Ltd.. A.F.D.A., Taylor Square, Darlinghurst. .Phones, FL4136-7-8.
VINCENT.-The Relatives and Friends of
the late William Frederick Vincent, of 36 First Avenue. Maroubra, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Kinsela Chapels. Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, This Wednesday, at 3 p.m.. for the Methodist Cemetery. Botany. Charles Kinsela Pty., Ltd.. A.F.D.A., Taylor Square, Darlinghurst. .Phones, FL4136-7-8.
WEST.-The Funeral of the late Edwin
Phillip West. formerly of Katoomba Street, Katoomba, will leave our Chapel, Scott Street, Liverpool. This Wednesday, at '3.30 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery. Liver- pool. Wood Cofflll Limited, in conjunction with L. Murphr and Sons, Liverpool.
WILSON.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Oordon Wilson, of 20 Ains- worth Street. Leichhardt, and Son. Max, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved youngest Son and his dear Brother. Kenneth John; to leave the private Chapel of Motor Funerals Limited. 30 City Road, city. To-mor- row (Thursday) Afternoon, alter a service commencing al 1.30 o'clock, for the Liver- pool Cemetery. Motor Funerals Limited, A.F.D.A.. 30 City Road, eltv. Tele.. M6277.