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BIRTHS    

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hospital, Ashfield, t0 Estelle and Noel—a son (Leigh).

ANSTISS.—November 4, at Mater Maternity   Hospital, to Joan and Cliff—a daughter (Mar-

garet Jeanette).

ASHLEY (nee Caudle, of Adelaide) - November 8, at Lanchester Private Hospital, Neutral Bay,   to Marjorie & Linton — a son.

BLIGH.—November 7, at St. Luke's Hos- pital, to Dr. and Mrs. Richard Bligh—a

daughter.

BOADLE (nee Finlayson).—November 9, at Englewood, Burwood, to Aylwin, wife of Ron- ald D. Boadle—a son (Donald Graeme).

CLARKE—November 9, at Kirra hospital,     Beecroft, to Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Clarke— a son (Richard Gordon).

CLEARY.—November 6, 1946, at Mater     Hospital, Crow's Nest, to Mr. and Mrs. S.   S. Cleary, Queanbeyan—a son (Trevor Bruce).

DORNEY (nee Betty Billerwell).—November   3, at Fairview private hospital, Moree, to   Mr. and Mrs J. Dorney—a son.

GALLAGHER (nee Hyndes).—November 9,   at St. George Hospital, Kogarah, to Jean and Laurie—a daughter (Janis). Both well.

HASSON (nee Edna Owen).—November 8,   at Crown Street Women's Hospital, to Edna   and Jim, 20 Hopetoun Street, Woonona—a son (Neil James).

HITCHMAN.—November 8, 1946, at St.   Luke's Darlinghurst, to Mr. and Mrs. An-   thony Hitchman—a daughter.

JACOBS.—November 8, at Royal Hospital for Women, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Jacobs—a son (Garry Andrew).

JONES (nee Hoy).—October 20, at Lister   private hospital, Lithgow, to Bet and Keith— a daughter (Diane Frances).

KEATING (nee Edwards).—At Crown Street     to Estelle and Ron—a son (Anthony Gordon).

MALEY (nee Cater).—October 26, at Crown Street Hospital, to Edna and John—a daughter (Adele Lorraine).

PARKS.—November 10, to Bette and   Arthur, at Padua private hospital—a son

(Neal).

PARRAMORE.—November 10, to Jenny and    

Tom—a daughter.

PICKERING (nee Roberts).—November 11,   at Crown Street Intermediate, to Thel and Doug—a son (John Darryl). Both well.

RUTTER (nee Hull).—November 3, at Ben   Linden, Narellan, to Gladys and Alec—a son (Ralph Alexander).

SAVAGE (nee Bates).—November 8, at   Englewood private hospital, Burwood , to Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Savage—a daughter (Anne

Crystal).

WALMSLEY (nee Whittaker).—November 10, 1946, at St. Monan's Cremorne, to Mr.   and Mrs. J. R. Walmsley, The Oaks, Wise- man's Ferry—a son (Robert Edwin James).

WHEATLEY (nee Norma Clarke).—Novem- ber 7, at Girraween private hospital, Con- dobolin, to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. (Mac) Wheat-

ley, of Mulgutherie, Ootha—a son (Phillip   Gregory). Both well.

ENGAGEMENTS

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OAKMAN—BALSON.—The Engagement is announced of Betty, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Balson, of Punchbowl, to Keith, ex-A.I.F., eldest son of Mrs. Oak-       man and the late Mr. Oakman, of Punch-

bowl.

MARRIAGES

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ELLIS—CHARLES.—November 2, 1946, at Christ Church, Geelong, Victoria, by the Rev.

W. Clinch, Erna Florence, elder Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Charles, Gee- long, Victoria, to Stanley Cairnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ellis, Manly N.S.W.

GEIKIE—STANTON.—September 10, at St.   Stephen's Church, Macquarie Street, Sydney,

Yvonne Stanton, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Arundell, of Lanassa Park, Law- son, to Bayne, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Geikie, of Darling Point.

HODGE—DONAGHEY.—November 6, 1946,     at All Saints', Woollahra, Adele, Betty, daughter of Mr. Roy Donaghey, of Bondi, and the late Mrs. B. Donaghey, and grand- daughter of Mrs. W. M. Donaghey, of Wool- lahra, to Samuel Ernest Hodge, junior, wool-

classer, eldest son of Mr. S. E. Hodge, of Wagga and Temora.

SILVER WEDDINGS

FOSTER—BARNWELL.—November 12, 1921, at Methodist Church, Fivedock, by Rev. W. M. Woodhouse, Lillian to John. Present address, 1 Longview Street, Fivedock.

GIBSON—McGANN.—November 12, 1921, at the Hornsby Presbyterian Church, Stella E. A.,

to Russell J. Present address, 73 Hume Highway, North Bankstown.

HARLAND—ASHMORE.—November 12, 1921, at St. John's Parramatta, by Rev. S.   M. Johnstone, Norah Ashmore to George

Harland.

HOLBORN—WOOD.—November 12, 1921,

at St. Andrew's Summer Hill, Ina Victoria   to Edwin John. Present address, 22 Kensing- ton Road, Summer Hill.

PLAYFORD—BROWN.—November 12, 1921, at Burwood Congregational Church, by Rev.

R. B. Reynolds, Grace to Bert. Present address: 44 Zoeller Street, Concord.

REDFERN—DAVIES.—November 12, 1921, at Austenham Road, Leichhardt Methodist Church, by Rev. R. Finigan, Hazel Maude to Percy. Present address, 16 Trevanion Street, Fivedock.  

RUBY WEDDINGS

KNOWLES—EDGE.—November 12, 1906, at

Parish Church, West Kirby, Cheshire England, Lily Edge to Albert Knowles, Liverpool,

Wirral, England, papers please copy. Present address, 59 Alexandra Street, Drummoyne,

N.S.W.

WELLS—GILL.—November 12, 1906, at Presbyterian Church, Helensburgh, by the Rev.

D. McKay Barnett, Fanny, youngest daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. W. Gill, to John B., eldest son of late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wells. Present address: Showground, Wollongong.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

SELBY—RYAN.—November 12, 1896, at St. Benedict's, by Rev. Father Carroll, Maggie to   Henry. Present address, 21 Barker Street, Lewisham.

DEATHS

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ALCORN.—November 11, 1946, at her resi-   dence, Sackville Reach, Rebeckah Marion, dearly loved wife of Alfred Alcorn and mother of Doris, Olive (Mrs. Johnston), Archie, and Alma, aged 62 years.

ALLEN.—November 11, 1946, at his resi-  

dence, 32 Westbourne Street, Bexley, William Percy Allen (formerly Sergeant of Police),

dearly loved husband of Mabel, dear father of Claude, William (Bill), Elizabeth (Betty),

and step-father of Dick, and beloved brother     of Jessie Shaw and Annie McKaughan.

ARMSTRONG.—November 11, 1946, result   of accident at Wollongong, John Armstrong, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. John Arm- strong, 7 Smith Street, Fairy Meadow, and dear brother of William, Tobruk Avenue, Balgownie. Aged 19 years.

BAKER.—November 11, 1946 (suddenly), at Earlwood, Erith Roy Baker, of 11 Manildra Street, Earlwood, beloved husband of Ivy May and loved father of Noel Roy, aged 50 years.

BATES.—November 8, 1946, at private hos- pital, Roseville, Clara Emma, dearly beloved wife of Alfred George, of Lindfield, and loved mother of Colin (deceased), Keith Wells (de-

ceased), and Hazel (Mrs. Towns). Privately

cremated.

BLOOM.—November 11, 1946, at her resi-   dence, 74 Anglesea Street, Bondi, Ellen, dearly loved wife of the late Harry Bloom and loving mother of John, Mother-in-law of     Vera and beloved sister-in-law of George     Struck, aged 74 years.

BOGGIS.—November 9, 1946, at her resi- dence, 83 Trafalgar Street, Stanmore, Emily, dearly loved wife of Ernest Henry Boggis and

mother of Mavis. Privately cremated 11th instant.

BOGGIS.—November 9, 1946, at her resi-   dence, 83 Trafalgar Street, Stanmore, Emily, dearly loved Sister of Maud (Mrs. Bannister) and Lottie (Mrs. Symonds).

CARRUTHERS.—November 11, 1946, at St.  

Vincent's Hospital, Kathleen, beloved wife of Sydney James Carruthers, of 418 Illawarra Road, Marrickville, and loved mother of Maureen, aged 36 years. R.I.P.

CHAPMAN.—November 10, 1946, at private   hospital, Lindfield, Annie Ethel, relict of F. W. Chapman, Concord. Privately interred.

CRAIG.—November 11, 1946, at Canterbury   District Hospital, Kate Penelope, dearly beloved wife of George Craig, of 15 Conway Road, Bankstown and loved mother of Melita (Mrs. F. Harcourt), George Margaret (Mrs. J. Morris), Henry, Rose (Mrs. A. Thompson), and Katie (Mrs. N. Humphries), aged 70 years.

CRAMSIE.—November 11, 1946, at Manly Elizabeth Cecelia Cramsie, of Bulyeroi, Ro-

wena, N.S.W. (widow of the late Alexander Stewart Cramsie), fond mother of Mary, Jes- sie, Lillian, Nance, and Betsy, aged 59 years,

R.I.P.    

CRAMSIE.—November 11, 1946, at Manly, Elizabeth Cecelia Cramsie, of Bulyeroi Ro- wena, N.S.W., fond sister of James, Mary, and Edith (Mrs. Byrnes). R.I.P.

DONALD.—November 9, 1946 at the Coun-   try Hospital, Shanghai, China, William Henry Donald, beloved son of late George and Marian Donald, Lithgow and Marrickville, brother of

Elsie, James (deceased), Herbert, Florence,   Ruby, Cecil, Esbert aged 71 years.

DONALD.—November 9, at Shanghai, Wil-   liam Henry, late adviser General Chiang Kai-

shek, dear brother of Mrs. J. Reid, 16 Hill Street, Lithgow, and Mrs. R. McKay, 11 Lansdowne Street, Arncliffe.

ELLIS.—November 11, 1946, at his resi-

dence, Pittwater Road, Mona Vale, John Eric Horner Ellis, beloved husband of Emilene and loved father of Nancy and Maxwell, aged

60 years.

ENGLER.—November 7, 1946, at Mater   Misericordiae Hospital, North Sydney, Numa Gustave, of Noumea, New Caledonia, aged 63

years.

ERWIN.—November 11, 1946, at Parramatta Hospital, Ada Sarah Jane Erwin, late of Church Street, Parramatta, loved wife of the late William Erwin and dear mother of Fred, Lloyd, Roy, Doris, Lily, Ron, and Edna, aged 74 years. See Wednesday's "Herald" for   funeral announcement.

FYFE.—November 10, 1946, at her resi- dence, 15 Queens Road, Hurstville, Annie

widow of the late Donald Fyfe, and dear mother of Doris, Heather, Donald, and Mar- jorie, aged 14 years.

GARLICK.—November 4, 1946 (suddenly),   Leslie Knight, of 12 Sir Joseph Banks Street, Bankstown (late Hurlstone Park), beloved hus-

band of Mary Garlick. Privately cremated 6th inst. aged 67 years.

HAWKE.—November 11, 1946, at Lewisham Hospital, W. P. Hawke, beloved brother, of Mrs. C. Moggs, of Maryborough, and Mrs. J. N. Murray, of Rockhampton.

HURWOOD.—November 11, 1946, at her   residence, 185 Norton Street, Leichhardt,

Minnie Elizabeth, dearly beloved wife of Thomas Hurwood, aged 74 years. At rest.

JOHNS.—October 28, at her residence,   Dungog, Elizabeth Ida, relict of the late Isaac Johns, and mother of Ida (Mrs. Thos. Taylor),

Dave, and grandmother of Margaret, aged 83

years.

JONES.—November 11, 1946, at Royal   Prince Alfred Hospital, after short illness, William Edward Jones, dearly beloved hus- band of Isabel, beloved father of Gwen (Mrs. Len Easy) and Russell, and brother of Bayes, Harry, Ella, Ida, Alex, and Mervyn.

JUBELIN.—November 11, 1946, at her resi-

dence, 29 Windsor Road, Dulwich Hill, Myrtle Eliza, beloved wife of Frank Jubelin and loved mother of Norma, Keith, Ray, and Kevin, and loved mother-in-law of Les, aged 43 years.    

JUDGE — November 11, 1946, at a private hospital, Glebe, Cyril George Judge, of Broadway, city, late of West Maitland, aged 68  

years. R.I.P.

KIRK.—November 11, 1946, at Manly Dis-

trict Hospital, Percy James, beloved husband of Marjorie Rose Kirk, of Manly and Deewhy,

aged 56 years.

KNOX.—November 10, at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, England, following an operation, Major Keith Robert Knox, M.C.   and Bar, King's Own Scottish Borderers, son     of Sir Robert and Lady Knox, Toorak, Mel-

bourne.

LAIRD.—November 9, 1946, at Dubbo,     Nicholas Helen, daughter of the late William and Helen Laird, of Greenock, and of Dunoon, Scotland, in her 80th year.

LARSEN.—November 11, 1946, at Balmain     District Hospital, Ernest Christian Larsen, beloved father of Neridah and Lionel and dear   grandfather of John and David. R.I.P.

LARSEN, November 11, 1946, at Balmain   District Hospital, Ernest Christian Larsen,   beloved husband of Agnes and dearly loved stepfather of Thelma, Alf, Edna, and George,   and fond grandfather of Margaret and Stephen,

aged 60 years.  

   

DEATHS

LUTTON.—November 11, 1946, John Ar-

thur, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lutton, of 17 Bibby Street, Kogarah, and loved brother of Fay, aged 5 years.

MANN.—October 14, 1946, Charles Henry,   late of 28 Wanganella Street, Balgowlah, dear husband of Florence, and father of Nina. At rest after a long illness. Privately cremated.

MEAGHER.—November 11, 1946, at her     residence, The Macquarie, Blair Street, Bondi,

Elizabeth Minnie, relict of the late Martin Phillip Meagher, and dear mother of Cecil (deceased), Augustus, Stella, Leslie, Maude (Mrs. J. McMahon), George, and Francis, aged 77 years. Requiescat in pace.

MEAGHER.—November 11, 1946, at her     residence, The Macquarie, Blair Street, Bondi, Elizabeth Minnie, beloved sister of Julia (Mrs. J. Plasto), and mother-in-law of Mrs. Augus-    

tus Meagher, Mrs. Leslie Meagher, James McMahon, Mrs. George Meagher, and Mrs. Francis Meagher, and loving grandmother of Rita, Ernest, Joan, Mary, Christopher, Peter, and John, aged 77 years. Requiescat in

pace.

PAGE.—November 10, 1946, at Lewisham  

Hospital, William Patrick, of 16 Northumber-

land Street, Clovelly, loved husband of Ina Frances and loving father of Pauline, Peter (lost on s.s. Ceramic, 1942), Betty, and An-   thony, aged 57 years. R.I.P.  

PALMER.—November 11, 1946, Elsie May Palmer, of 22 Fairfowl Street, Dulwich Hill, relict of the late Samuel Frear Palmer.

PEMBERTON.—November 10, 1946, result   of accident, Patricia Ann, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Douglas Pemberton, of 373 Avoca Street, Randwick, and dear sister of Paul, aged 8 years. Requiescat in pace.

RUSSELL.—November 10, 1946, at Edge-   cliff, Percy Robert Russell, loved father of   Sartle, Russell, and Olga Ewing. Privately   cremated November 11, 1946.

SINGLETON.—November 8, 1946 (suddenly),  

at Katoomba, Thomas Hall, beloved husband of Agnes Mary Singleton, formerly of Union Street, Cook's Hill, and fond father of Rita   (Mrs. T. Owen), Jack, and Dot (Mrs. R. Watts), aged 65 years.

SOLOMON.—November 10, at her residence,   Moray Street, New Farm, Brisbane, Edith Rachael, beloved sister of Maude, Levy and loving aunt of Dolly McPherson and Cedric Levy.

STAGG.—November 11, 1946, at Gloucester   House, Jessie Elizabeth Stagg, of 33 Tracey Street, Hurstville, widow of the late Sidney Stagg and loving mother of Jessie.

SWIFT.—November 11, 1946, at his sister's     (Mrs. Ruth Hood) residence, 6 Oswald Street, Campsie, James Purslow Swift, aged 67 years.

At rest.

THOMPSON.—November 9, 1946, at his   residence, Forest Lodge, Samuel Robert, dearly beloved husband of Eva and father of Gordon and Olive (Mrs. G. Wilmot), aged 66 years.

Interred November 11.

TULLY.—November 9, 1946, at the resi-    

dence of his daughter, Mrs. J. S. Cooney, 4 Bencoolen Avenue, West Ryde, John, late of Byalla, Gunning, beloved father of Eric (de-       ceased), Vera (Mrs. J. B. Cooney), Eileen (Mrs. F. Powderly), Norbert (deceased), Alma (deceased), Roy (deceased), Mollie (Mrs. J. S. Cooney), and Clarice (Mrs. O. M. Hallam), aged 89 years. Interred in R. C. Cemetery, Gunning. Queensland papers please copy.    

VILLA.—November 11, 1946, at 24 Lang Road, Centennial Park, Antionetta Villa, be- loved mother of Elvira (Mrs. K. W. Payne),

Esther (Mrs I. Rossi), and loved grandmother of Theo Rossi, Gina (Mrs. W. Twigg), Francis, Kennie, and Esther Kane, aged 92 years. R.I.P. For funeral announcement see Wed- nesday's "Herald."  

WATSON.—November 10, 1946, at Lewisham   Hospital (suddenly), Frederick John Watson, dearly loved husband of Mabel Ivy, loving father of Esme (Mrs. L. Tilley), Mavis (Mrs. L. K. Small), and Reg, and loving grand- father of Ian, Annette, and Bronwen, aged 68 years. Privately cremated on November 11,

1946.

WHITEHEAD.—November 11, 1946, at a   private hospital, Ernest Whitehead, of 91 Parkes Street, West Ryde, beloved father of Rita, Jean, Geoffrey, Harold, Una, and Ida (deceased), aged 69 years.  

WOOD.—November 9, 1946, at 6 Malcolm   Street, Granville, Jemima Wood, dearly loved wife of Samuel Wood, aged 82 years.

WOOD.—November 9, 1946, at 6 Malcolm   Street, Granville, Jemima Wood, dearly loved mother of James Allen and loved mother-in-   law of Sylvia, aged 82 years.

WOOD.—November 9, 1946, at 6 Malcolm     Street, Granville, Jemima Wood, dearly loved grandmother of Morley, Victor, Esme, James, Valleria, and Kevin, aged 82 years.

WRIGHT.—November 11, 1946 (suddenly), at his residence, 61 Petersham Road, Mar- rickville, Frank Broome Wright, M.B.E., be-   loved husband of Violet H. Wright and loved father of Olwen and Thelma, and father-in-   law of Arthur Wright.

WYKES.—November 4, 1946, at Yeoval, Marie Wykes, nee Williams, of Forbes Street, Yeoval, and late of 64 Alice Street, Newtown, dearly loved wife of Reg. Wykes.

YOUHOTSKY.—November 11, 1946, at   private hospital, Killara, John Alexander, be- oved husband of Elizabeth and loved father of Michael, Valentine, and Nadejda, father-

in-law of Olga, and grandfather of Catherine   and Irene aged 78 years.

YOUNG.—November 10, 1946, at Home of Peace, Marrickville, Herbert Arthur, dearly loved husband of Florence Young, of Emmerick Street, Leichhardt, and fond father of Whit- field, Marjorie, John, and Doris, aged 75 years. At rest.

IN MEMORIAM

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ALTREE-WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of     my dear wife, Edna Ethel, who passed away November 12, 1942. Sadly missed by her loving husband and son, Graeme.

BARDSLEY.—Treasured memories of a   bright and lively personality, my dear wife, Eva, who passed away suddenly November 12, 1944. Alf.

BARDSLEY.—Cherished memories of our     beloved mother, who passed away November 12, 1944. Never forgotten by Wally and Georgie.

BARDSLEY.—In loving memory of my dear   mother who died (suddenly) November 12, 1944. Sadly missed by Lill.

BARDSLEY.—In loving memory of Eva, our     mother, mother-in-law, and Nanna, who died     November 12, 1944.

She lived for those she loved And those she loved remember.

Sadly missed by her daughter, Phyllis, son- in-law, Ken, and grandchildren, Ronnie and  

Carole.

BARDSLEY.—In loving memory of our dar-   ling daughter and sister, Eva, who passed away suddenly November 12, 1944. Always in the thoughts of mum and sisters, Stella, Violet, and Myrtle.

BENNETT.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Cyril Herbert, who passed away November 12, 1944.

Deep in our hearts a memory is kept, Of one we loved and will never forget.

Inserted by his loving mother, father, sis- ters, Ivy and Doris, Brother, Harold, sister- in-law, Agnes, Helensburgh.  

BENNETT.—In loving memory of our dear brother and brother-in-law, Cyril Herbert,     who passed away November 12, 1944. Sadly missed by Agnes and Harold.

BRITTON.—Fondest memories of our dear   mother, Myra Jane, who passed away Novem- ber 12, 1940. Always remembered by her loving children.

BURCHELL.—In loving memory of my dear wife, Violet, who was suddenly called away November 12, 1945. Inserted by her sorrow- ing husband, Reg. J. Burchell.

BURCHELL.—A loving tribute to my dearest   mother, who found eternal rest and peace in her heavenly Father's arms November 12, 1945. Inserted by her daughter, Val.

CRAIG.—Beautiful memories of my dear   husband and our father, Richard Edgar, who fell asleep November 12, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving wife, Minnie and family, Cora, Herbert, William, and Charles.

DILLON.—Loving thoughts of Elvin, dearly loved daughter and niece of Mr. and Mrs. John and Margaret Campbell, November 12,

1943.

DILLON.—In loving memory of my dear     friend Elvin. Inserted by Anti.

DWYER.—Loving memories of our friend Lois, who passed away November 12, 1944. Sadly missed by Betty and Charles.

EDMUNDS.—In loving memory of my dear   mother, the late Mrs. M. E. Edmunds, who was laid to rest November 12, 1945. Sadly missed by her son, Roy.

EDMUNDS.—In loving memory of our dear   mother and mother-in-law, who passed away     November 12, 1945.

You left behind some aching hearts That loved you most sincere,

That never have nor ever will Forget you, mother dear.

Inserted by her loving son and daughter-

in-law, Ern and Muriel.  

FOWLER.—In loving memory of my dear husband and our father who passed away November 10, 1943. Inserted by his loving wife and children.

FRANKLIN.—In loving memory of my dear   husband and our dear father, Thomas Jack   William, who departed this life Nov. 11, 1945.

When last we saw your smiling face, You looked so bright and well;

We little thought it was the last farewell. Sadly missed by his wife and family.

FRYER—In loving memory of my dear son,   Allan, who died November 12, 1945. Always remembered by mother and Jean.

FRYER.—In fond memory of our dear friend, Alan Fryer, who passed away Novem- ber 12, 1945. Inserted by Edith and Charlie Robinson.  

GARDINER.—In loving memory of our dar-     ling sister, Mirriam Rachel, who departed this life November 12, 1943. Inserted by her loving brother and sister, Cecil and Sylvia, and brother-in-law, Harold.    

GOLDSPINK.—Loving thoughts of my dear mother, Catherine A. Goldspink, died at Molong, November 11, 1916, Flor.

HARVEY.—Sweet and beautiful memories of my beloved husband, Arthur, who passed on to sleep in God's beautiful garden Novem-   ber 12, 1944. To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die. Dearly loved, and always remembered by his lonely wife, Bobby.

HARVEY.—In loving memory of Arthur   Harvey, who passed away November 12, 1944.

We have only a beautiful memory,

To remember our whole life through; But its sweetness will linger forever,

Dear dad, that memory of you.

Sadly missed by his son, daughter-in-law,     and granddaughter.  

HAWTREE.—In loving memory of Frederick       Charles, passed away November 12, 1941.   Always sadly missed by his loving wife and

daughter.  

HICKEY.—In loving memory of our dear   father, Daniel Joseph Hickey, who passed away   November 12, 1939. Inserted by Milfred, Merle, and families.

HUNT.—Treasured memories of my dear   husband, Ernest, who passed away November 12, 1942.    

With tender love and deep regret,

We who loved you will never forget. Inserted by his wife and family.

HUNT.—In loving memory of Ernest, who passed away November 12, 1942. Always   remembered by son and daughter-in-law, Ted     and Nell, grandchildren, Reg, Barb, and John.

JOLLEY.—Everlasting memories of Bill, be-   loved husband of Grace, died November 12,

1934.

JONES.—In loving memory of our dear mum,   Kathleen, who passed away November 12, 1944. Never forgotten by daughters, Dulcie, Thelma, and grandchildren.

LEWIN.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our mother, Alma May, who fell asleep November 12, 1944. Sadly missed by her loving husband, son Jack, daughter Iris.

LEWIN.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Alma May Lewin, who passed away November 12, 1944.

Deep in our hearts a memory is kept,

Of a mother we loved and will never forget. Inserted by her daughter, Violet, son-in-     law Frank, granddaughter, Sandra.  

LEWIN.—In loving memory of my dear

mother, Alma May, who passed away November 12, 1944. Always longed for and sadly missed. Inserted by her daughter, Alma, son-in-law,     Walter, and grandsons.

LEWIN.—In loving memory of my dear   grandmother, Alma May, who passed away November 12, 1944. Dearly loved. Inserted by her grandson, Wally.

McCARTHY.—Treasured memories of my   husband, Jack, who passed away November 12, 1941. Inserted by his wife, Ivy.

McCARTHY.—Fond memories of my dear   father, who passed away November 12, 1941. Inserted by his daughter, Thelma.

McCARTHY.—In loving memory of my dear   father, who passed away November 12, 1941. Sadly missed but never forgotten by his lov- ing son, Harold, and daughter-in-law, Lola.    

IN MEMORIAM

McCARTHY.—In loving memory of our   dear father who passed away November 12, 1941. Sadly missed but never forgotten. Inserted by his loving son, Don, daughter-in-   law, Dolly, and granddaughters, Joan and

Margaret.

McCARTHY.—In loving memory of our dad,   who departed from us this day, 1941. Gone, but not forgotten, Son, Jack, daughter-in-law,     Joyce, grandchildren, Suzanne, John, Bill.

McCARTHY.—In loving memory of our dear   father and grandfather, William Henry, who passed away November 12, 1941. Always remembered by his loving son, daughter-in-   law, and grandaughter, Bill, Ivy, Audrey.

MALLICK.—In loving memory of my father and devoted puppa, Alfred Mallick, who passed away November 12, 1943. Always in the thoughts of Joyce and Caroline Dann.

MELTON.—Sad thoughts to-day, but loving       memories of our dear mother and Nanna, Ellen May, who passed away November 12, 1943. Always remembered by her loving daughter, Jess, Fred, and grandchildren, Bill

and Shirley.

NICHOLLS.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and my mother Edith Mary, who passed away November 12, 1944. Always remembered by her loving husband and son, Geoff.

NIXON.—In loving memory of my dear hus-     band and our father, Bert, who passed away November 12, 1945. Inserted by his loving

wife and family.

O'BRIEN.—In loving memory of Ernest     Harold O'Brien, who passed away November   12, 1943. Inserted by his loving wife, children, and grandchildren.

O'CONNOR.—Fondest remembrance of John     (Okey) O'Connor, passed on, Randwick, No-   vember 12, 1945. Always remembered by Frances and Maurie Biggs and Bill Redding.

O'CONNOR.—A tribute of friendship to the   memory of our pal, Oakie, passed away November 12, 1945. Always remembered by Mavis, Maurice, Robyn.

PORTERFIELD.—In loving memory of our     dear father and father-in-law, who passed away     November 10, 1945. Inserted by loving daugh-

ter, Gwen, son-in-law, Tom.    

ROBERTSON.—In fond memory of Bill,  

who went to sleep November 12, 1945. In- serted by brother, Jack, and family.

SEWELL.—In loving memory of Irene   Muriel (nee Betty Evans), who passed away November 12, 1941. Inserted by mother, father (deceased), and sisters and brothers.

SEWELL.—To the memory of my friend,     Irene, who died November 12, 1941. R.I.P. From her pal, Nicky.

SIMPSON.—In loving memory of my dear   wife, Amy, and mother, who passed away November 12, 1945. Sadly missed by her loving husband and family.

SMITH.—A tribute of love to the treasured   memory of my darling daughter and our sister, Eileen, who passed away November 11,

1942. Sadly missed by her father, sister, and

brother.

SNELL.—In loving memory of our dear   father, Sydney Snell, late of Macquarie Road,

Ingleburn, who departed this life November   12, 1944. Sadly missed by all. Inserted by his loving wife, son, and family.

TURNER.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Elsie, who passed away November 12,

1940.

To live in hearts we leave behind is not to

die.

Inserted by loving daughters, Lois and Yvonne.

TURNER.—In loving memory of our dear   father, Ernest Joseph, who passed away November 11, 1940. Life moves on, but memories stay, as dear to-day as yesterday.   Inserted by loving daughters Lois and Yvonne.

WENZEL.—A tribute of love to the memory of our dear mother, Florence, who passed away November 12, 1942. Inserted by her loving daughters and son.

WEYMAN.—In loving memory of my dear   husband and father, George James Weyman, who passed away November 12, 1943. In- serted by his loving wife and family.

WIGGINS.—In loving memory of Mary,

beloved wife of George, loving mother of George, Alice, and Minnie, who passed away November 12, 1931. Peace, perfect peace.

ON ACTIVE SERVICE

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GOODFELLOW.—Treasured memories of   424753, F./Sgt Geoffrey Goodfellow,   R.A.A.F., killed air operations Germany Nov- ember 12, 1944.

He lies across the ocean

Amongst Australia's brave,   God help us to be worthy

Of the sacrifice he made. Always remembered, Kath.

HOMER.—In loving memory of my dear   son, Sidney Rupert, killed in action November 12, 1916, at Ypres. Always in my thoughts. Inserted by his loving mother, Mrs. O'Keeffe.  

O'KEEFFE.—In loving memory of my be-     loved husband, Brian (Sgt. Pilot, late of 457 Sqd., R.A.A.F.), who lost his life result of aircraft accident, Mildura, Vict., November 12, 1944, aged 26 years.

I strew with cherished memories

The path my darling trod,

I bless that year I called him mine,

And leave his soul to God.

Deeply mourned by his sorrowing wife,

Thelma.

SPURWAY.—Loving memories of our dear   son and brother, NX27586, Pte. Maurice (Mick) Spurway, 2/20 Btn., who died whilst P.O.W., Thailand, November 12, 1943. A  

broken link we can never replace. Always re-

membered by mother, father, sisters, and

brother.

W OOD.—In proud memory of Sgt. Ken   Wood, QX13647, killed in action Gorari, New Guinea, November 11, 1942. Inserted by his brothers, Carl and Reg, and sister, Vera.

RETURN THANKS

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Mrs. M. PARSONS and FAMILY, 89

Clovelly Road, Randwick, wish to THANK all friends for letters, cards, telegrams in their sad

bereavement.

Mr. K. FOY wishes to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters of sympathy and floral tributes received in his recent sad bereavement and to especially thank Mrs. Yule for her kindness and care in his late mother's  

illness.

Mr. and Mrs. J. RAMSAY, of 34 Roslyn Street, Mascot, wish to THANK all friends and relatives for their kindness, cards, telegrams,

and floral tributes in their sad loss of a beloved son, Allan John. Please accept this

as our personal thanks.

FUNERALS

[Mon. to Sat., 1/6 per line, min. 3 lines.]   ALCORN.—The Funeral of the late Rebec-  

kah Marion Alcorn will leave her late residence, Sackville Reach, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 4.30 o'clock, for Independent     Cemetery, Maroota. J. W. Chandler, Funeral Director. 'Phone, Windsor 16.

ALLEN.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.  

Mabel Allen and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father and Step-father, William   Percy Allen (formerly Sergeant of Police), of 32 Westbourne Street, Bexley ; which will leave Christ Church of England, Dunmore Street,

Bexley, This Tuesday, after service commencing at 2.45 p.m., for the Crematorium, Woronora.   Floral tributes direct to the church. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville.      

ARMSTRONG.—The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong and Son, William, of Smith Street, Fairy Meadow, are invited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly loved son and his brother, John; to leave Parsons Funeral Parlour, This Tuesday, at 4 p.m., for the Church of England Ceme-  

tery, Wollongong. A bus for friends will leave Smith Street, Fairy Meadow, at 3.40   p.m. H. Parsons, Funeral Director.  

ATKINSON.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. Keith Atkinson are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Mother, Evelyn Atkinson, late of Queensborough, Croydon, to leave our Chapel, South Street, Granville, This Tuesday, at 10.15 a.m., for the Church   of England Cemetery, Rookwood, Section 14. A. F. Anderson, Funeral Director, South Street, Granville. 'Phone UW8533.

BAKER.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mrs. Ivy May Baker, Mr. Noel Baker, of 11 Manildra Street, Earlwood, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and his loved Father, Erith Ray Baker ; to leave St. George's Church of England Church,   Earlwood, To-morrow (Wednesday), after ser- vice commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Crema-     torium, Woronora. T. J. Andrews Pty. Ltd.,   A.F.D.A., 21-25 Enmore Road, Newtown.     'Phones, LA2873, etc.

BLOMLEY.—The Funeral of the late Mr.  

Leonard Roger Blomley will leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel, at 281-3 Pacific Highway,     near West Street, North Sydney, This Tues- day, at 10.30 a.m., for the Church of Eng-  

land Cemetery, at Northern Suburbs. Bruce Maurer, Funeral Director, North Sydney.

XA1034.

BLOOM.—The Relatives and Friends of the  

late Mrs. Ellen Bloom, of 74 Anglesea Street, Bondi, are kindly invited to attend her Funeral to leave our Private Chapels, 302 Oxford Street, Woollahra, This Day (Tuesday), at 1.30, for Church of England   Cemetery, Field of Mars. Walter Carter, Waverley.  

CARRUTHERS.—The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Sydney James Carruthers and Maureen are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife and her dear Mother, Kathleen; to leave St. Brigid's   Church, Marrickville, To-morrow (Wednesday)   Morning, after Requiem Mass commencing at 9 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Botany.   Labor Motor Funerals Ltd., 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phones LA2777—4 lines.

CHAPMAN.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Chapman and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Daughter and their dear Sister, Veronica Josephine; to leave her parents' residence, 43 Harris Street, Balmain, This Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Catholic     Cemetery, Rookwood. Labor Motor Funerals Limited, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).

CRAIG.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr.  

George Craig and Family, of 15 Conway Road, Bankstown, are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife and their   dear Mother, Kate Penelope; to leave St.

Paul's Church, Chapel Road, Bankstown, This Tuesday, after service commencing at 2 p.m.,   for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, No. 4 Mortuary. Wood Coffill Limited.

CRAIG.—L.O.I. Met. P. Mast. Chap.—The      

Officers and Members of the above Chapter are kindly requested to attend the Funeral of Wor. Sister Craig, beloved Wife of Wor. Bro. G. Craig. For particulars see family notice. R. Clark, W.M.; H Coath, Sec.  

CRAIG.—L.O.I. M.P. Mist. Chap.—The      

Officers and Members of the above Chapter are requested to attend the Funeral of their   late Member Wor. Sister Craig. For par- ticulars see family notice. E. Johnstone, W. M., E. Andrew, Sec.

CRAIG.—Daughters of Glamis, L.O.L. 337,    

Bankstown.—Officers and Members of the     above Lodge are requested to attend the Funeral of their late beloved Sister, Mrs. K. P. Craig. For particulars see family notice. Sister Mrs. R. Schacht, W.M.; Sister   Mrs. M. Sale, Secretary.

CRAMSIE.—The Funeral of the late Eliza-  

beth Cecilia Cramsie, of Bulyeroi, Rowena, N.S.W., will leave the Church of Mary Imma-  

culate, Whistler Street, Manly, at 10 o'clock   This (Tuesday) Morning, for the Catholic Cemetery, French's Forest, T. Waugh and   Co., Funeral Directors, 92 The Corso, Manly. Telephone, XU1118.

ELLIS.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.    

Emilene Ellis, Miss Nancy Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ellis, Janet and Graham are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late be- loved Husband, their dear Father, and Grand-

father, John Eric Horner Ellis; to leave our private chapel, 92 The Corso, Manly, after service commencing at 2 o'clock, This (Tues-   day) Afternoon and will arrive at the North- ern Suburbs Crematorium at 3 o'clock. T.   Waugh and Co. Telephone, XU1118.  

ELLIS.—The Relatives and Friends of the  

late John Eric Horner Ellis, of Pittwater Road, Mona Vale, are kindly invited to at- tend his Funeral; to leave our private chapel,

92 The Corso, Manly, after service commencing at 2 o'clock This (Tuesday) Afternoon, and   will arrive at the Northern Suburbs Crema- torium at 3 o'clock. T. Waugh and Co.,   Funeral Directors, Manly. Telephone, XU1118. FYFE.—The Friends of the Family of the  

late Annie Fyfe, of 15 Queens Road,   Hurstville, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Baptist Church, Dora Street, Hurstville, This Day, after Service com- mencing at 2.45 p.m., for Woronora Ceme-    

tery. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society Pty., Ltd., Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-9.

FUNERALS

RIBBEN.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Gribben, Mrs. Beryl Elsie   Cassidy are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Son and her Father, William Vivian Gribben late, of Townsville, Queens- land; to leave our Chapel, 151 Alison Road, Randwick, This Tuesday, at 1.30 p.m., for     Eastern Suburbs Crematorium, Wood Coffill

Limited.

HARRIS.—The Relatives and Friends of   the Family of the late William Francis   Harris, of 3 Wakeford Road, South Strathfield, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Martha's Church, Homebush Road, Strath-   field, This Day, at 2.30 p.m., for the Catholic     Cemetery, Rookwood. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society Pty. Ltd., Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-9.  

HAWKE.—The Funeral of the late Mr. W.   P. Hawke, will leave our Chapel, 810     George Street, Sydney, This Tuesday, at 1.30   p.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Rook-  

wood. Wood Coffill Limited.

HURWOOD.—The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. Thomas Hurwood, of 185 Norton Street, Leichhardt, are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, Minnie Eliza- beth; to leave our Chapel, 7 Norton Street,

Leichhardt, This Tuesday, at 1.15 p.m., for     Waverley Cemetery. Wood Coffill Limited.

JONES.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.

Isabel Jones and Family of 35 Eastern Avenue, Kingsford, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband, their loving Father and Father-in-law, William     Edward Jones; to leave the Kinsela Chapels, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, To-day, Tuesday,  

after service to commence at 1 p.m., for the   Northern Suburbs Crematorium. Charles Kinsela Pty. Ltd. A.F.D.A., Est. 1830, Taylor       Square, Darlinghurst. 'Phones, FA4136-7-8.     JUBELIN.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. Frank Jubelin and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Les Primrose, Mr. A. Hollier, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Rudd are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their loved Mother, Mother-in-law, and Sister, Myrtle     Eliza Jubelin; to leave our Private Chapel, 435 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, This Tuesday, at 1.30 p.m., for the Church of Eng-     land Cemetery, Rookwood. Walters and Son, Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676.

JUDGE — The Relatives and Friends of the late Cyril George Judge, of Broadway,  

city, and late of West Maitland, are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Morning, at 9.45 o'clock, for the Catholic     Cemetery, Rookwood. Labor Motor Funerals Limited, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

KIRK.—The Funeral of the late Percy James  

Kirk will leave St. Paul's Church,   Seaforth, This Day, after service commencing at 1.15 o'clock, for the Northern Suburbs     Crematorium, Motor Funerals Ltd., A.F.D.A.,       389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. 'Phone,  

XB4015.

KIRK.—Masonic Lodge Booree No. 335;  

U.G.L. of N.S.W. Officers and Members         are requested to attend the Funeral of their late Wor. Master. Percy James Kirk, Regalia. For funeral arrangements see family notice. C. A. J. Holder, I.P.M.; K.G. Childers, Sec.    

LARSEN.—The Relatives and Friends of    

Mrs. Agnes Larsen and Family are in-   vited to attend the Funeral of her loved Hus- band and their loved Father, Ernest C. J. Larsen, of 125 Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill; to leave our private chapel, 435 New Canter-

bury Road, Dulwich Hill, This Day, after   service commencing at 3 p.m., for Rockwood   Crematorium. Walters and Son, Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676.

LARSEN.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. F. Jepson Mrs. M. Penson, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Larsen, Mrs. Pearl Kellaway, Mr. and Mrs. C. Larsen and their Families are in- vited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Brother, Brother-in-law, and Uncle,     Ernest C. J. Larsen. For details see above notice. Walters and Son.

LARSEN.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr.    

William Charles Teague, Mr. and Mrs.   W. F. Teague, Mr. and Mrs. M. Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. R. Teague, and Shirley Bell are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dear Son-in-law, their Brother-in-law,         and Uncle, Ernest Christian Larsen. For par- ticulars see family notice. Walters and Son. LUTTON.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lutton and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Son and Brother, John Arthur; to leave our Chapel, 4 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This Tuesday, at 3.15 p.m., for Woronora   Crematorium. Wood Coffill Limited.

McGRATH.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. William McGrath and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother, Linda Louise McGrath; to leave her late residence, 33 Nichols Street, Surry Hills, This Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Waverley Cemetery.   Labor Motor Funerals Limited, 604 Crown Street, Sydney. 'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).

MANGOLD.—The Relatives and Friends of  

the late Mr. John Mangold are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Bundanoon Methodist Church, This Tuesday, at 3 o'clock,   for the Bundanoon Cemetery. A. E. Simpson,

Funeral Director.

MEAGHER.—The Relatives and Friends of  

the late Elizabeth Minnie Meagher, of The Macquarie, Blair Street, Bondi, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Shrine of St. Anne, Bondi Beach, This Tuesday, after Requiem Mass commencing at 9 a.m., for the   Waverley Cemetery. Thomas Dixon Pty.

Ltd. (A.F.D.A.), Established 1836. MA6013-4.           MOLLOY.—The Funeral of the late Wil-  

liam Thomas Molloy will leave our private Chapel, 240 Oxford Street, Paddington, This Afternoon, at 1.15 o'clock, for Catholic Ceme-     tery, Botany. Labor Motor Funerals Ltd., 240 Oxford Street, Paddington. 'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).

MORRIS.—The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. Edith Morris, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, and Miss Hazel Morris are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their Father, Alfred Gordon Morris; which will leave his late residence, 7 Sharp Street, Mascot, This Afternoon, after a short service at 1.30, for the Botany   Cemetery. Joseph Medcalf, A.F.D.A., 172       Redfern Street, Redfern. 'Phone MX2315 (2 lines).

PAGE.—Requiem Mass for the Repose of  

the Soul of the late William Patrick Page will be celebrated This Morning, at St. Anthony's Church, Clovelly, at 9 o'clock,     The Funeral will leave the church immediately after Mass, for the Catholic Cemetery, Rook- wood. Motor Funerals Limited A.F.D.A.,   30 City Road, city. Tele., M6277.

PALMER.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Miss Maude Cole, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cole, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Sister and Sister-in-law, Elsie May Palmer, to leave     the Baptist Church, The Boulevarde, Peter-

sham, To-morrow, Wednesday, after a Service   commencing at 1.15 p.m., for the Indepen-     dent Cemetery, Rookwood. Walters and Son, Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676.

PALMER.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cole, of Lakemba, and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Ives, of Rose Bay, are invited to attend the Funeral of their be- loved Aunt, Elsie May Palmer. For details, see above notice. Walters and Son.

PARSONS.—The Mortal Remains of the late  

Eliza Fanny, relict of the late Harry Rowland Parsons, of Lilyfield, were privately Interred in the Church of England Cemetery, Field of Mars, Yesterday, the 11th inst. Motor Funerals Limited, A.F.D.A., 30 City       Road, city, 'Phone, M6277.

PEMBERTON.—The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Douglas Pember- ton and Son, Paul, of 373 Avoca Street, Rand- wick, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Daughter and Sister, Patricia Ann, to leave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Avoca Street, Randwick, This Tuesday, after Requiem Mass commencing at 9 a.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Botany. An- drew Kennedy, Funeral Director, 436 Anzac Parade, Kingsford. FX6610.

REYNOLDS.—The Relatives and Friends of  

the late Thomas Reynolds are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, 240 Oxford Street, Paddington, This Afternoon at 3.15 o'clock, for the Crema-    

torium, Eastern Suburbs. Labor Motor Funerals Limited, 240 Oxford Street, Paddington. 'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).

RUTHERFORD.—The Relatives and Friends  

of the late Margaret Rutherford, of 73 Hargrave Street, Paddington, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Kinsela Chapels, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, To-day,   Tuesday, after service to commence at 3 p.m.,  

for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium, Charles Kinsela Pty. Ltd., A.F.D.A., Est. 1830,       Taylor Square, Darlinghurst. 'Phones,   FA4136-7-8.              

SMITH.—The Relatives and Friends of the  

late Sidney Smith, of 49 Harrow Road, Bexley, are invited to attend his Funeral;

which will leave our Private Chapel, Seven Ways, Rockdale, This Tuesday, after service commencing at 1.15 p.m., for the Crematorium,     Rookwood. By request, no flowers. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville.      

SMITH.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.  

M. Newell and Family, of Harrow Road, Bexley, are invited to attend the Funeral of the late Sidney Smith. For further par- ticulars see family notice. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A.        

STAGG.—The Relatives and Friends of Miss  

Jessie Stagg, of 33 Tracey Street, Hurst-

ville, are invited to attend the Funeral of her loving Mother, Jessie Elizabeth; to leave the Kinsela Chapel, 183 Forest Road, Hurst- ville, To-day, Tuesday, after service to com-   mence at 11 a.m., for the Woronora Crema-   torium. Charles Kinsela, Pty. Ltd., A.F.D.A.,     Est. 1830, 183 Forest Road, Hurstville. 'Phone, LU2116.      

WHITEHEAD.—The Relatives and Friends   of the late Ernest Whitehead are in-   vited to attend his Funeral; to leave T. J. Andrews's Funeral Chapel, 167 Victoria Road,   Gladesville, This Day, at 3 p.m., for the   Crematorium, Northern Suburbs. T. J. Andrews Pty. Ltd., A.F.D.A., 167 Victoria   Road, Gladesville. 'Phones: Hunt, 351, LA2873, etc.        

WHITLOCK.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Whitlock, Mr. E. L. Whitlock, and Family, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sillett and Family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitlock and Family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith (Campsie), are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Father, Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle, and Grandfather,     Arthur Samuel Whitlock; to leave Labour Motor Funerals Chapel, 2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This Day, after a Service com- mencing at 1 p.m., for the Methodist Ceme-  

tery, Woronora. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society Pty., Ltd., Railway Parade,

Burwood. UJ2178-9.  

WOOD.—The Interment of the late Jemima  

Wood, of 6 Malcolm Street, Granville, will take place in the Main Brighton Ceme- tery, Adelaide, on Thursday Afternoon, Novem- ber 14, 1946. A. F. Anderson, Granville, and Pengelly and Knabe, Adelaide. Funeral

Directors in conjunction.

WRIGHT.—The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. V. H. Wright, Miss Olwen Wright, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wright, and Mr. F. G. Hanney, are invited to attend the Funeral of her loved Husband and their fond Father, Father-in-law, and Friend, Frank Broome     Wright, M.B.E., of 61 Petersham Road, Mar-    

rickville, and Marrickville Junior Technical   School, (ex-Mayor of Marrickville), to leave   our Private Chapel, 435 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, This Morning, after a Service commencing at 9.30 o'clock, for the Woronora     Crematorium. Walters and Son, Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676.

YOUHOTSKY.—The Funeral of the late   John Alexander Youhotsky, of Pennant   Hills, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, This Day, after service com- mencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Church of Eng-    

land Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. Ernest Andrews. Chatswood. JA2834.  

YOUNG.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.  

Florence Young and Family are kindly in-   vited to attend the Funeral of her dearly     loved husband and their Father, Herbert Arthur; to leave A. O'Hare's Chapel, 13 Nor-     ton Street, Leichhardt, This (Tuesday) After- noon, after service commencing at 1.15 o'clock,    

for the Crematorium, Rookwood. A. O'Hare,   Funeral Director, 13 Norton St., Leichhardt.

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