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    VINE, Walter Bavin (1919-1986), son of William Nicholas VINE and Florence Maude KING.

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BIRTHS

[Week-days, 2/ line; Sat., 2/4; min. 3 lines.]   ADAMS (nee Beard).—April 26, at King   George V Memorial Hospital—a daughter (Fay Annette). ALABASTER.—April 29, 1947, at Wahroonga   Sanitarium, to Harry and Barbara—a son

(Peter Barry).

ALLEN.—April 27, to Mr. and Mrs. J. F.  

Allen, Waverley—a daughter (Jennifer Elizabeth). ALLEN (nee Proctor).—April 19, to Alice   and Bill—the gift of a daughter (Susan Joyce). AMPHLETT (Mitchell).—April 30, at Can-   more, Lakemba, to Dick and Val—a son (John Raymond). ANSELL (nee Parker).—April 23, at   Crown Street, to Madge and Wilfred—a son

(Raymond William).

ARCHIBALD (nee Woodforth).—April 26, at   King George V Hospital, to Alma and John Archibald, of Mascot—a daughter. Both

well. Queensland papers please copy.

ASHWELL (nee Scott).—April 25, at Mena

private hospital, Mosman, to Jean and John —a daughter (Helen Elizabeth Scott). Both well.

AUSTIN (nee Kerr).—April 28, at District   Hospital, Temora, to Cath and Don (late Coo- gee)—a daughter (Margaret Anne).

BAILEY (nee Murdoch).—April 15, at St.

George's, Kew, to Philippa and Wes—a son (Peter Arndell).

BALDWIN.—April 24, at Bethesda, Marrick-

ville, to Dorothy and Herb—a daughter (Elizabeth).

BARNARD (nee Barton).—April 27, at   Royal Hospital for Women, to Rita and Jim —a daughter (Jeanette Elizabeth).

BARRELL (nee Martin).—April 27, at Denis-   tone House, Ryde, to Margaret and Arthur—  

a son (Bryan Vance).

BEVAN.—April 25, at King George V Hos-  

pital (inter.), to Kath and Roy—a son  

(Michael John). Both well.

BIGNALL (nee Marion Macleod).—April 18, at Manilla District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.

Lindsay Bignall—a daughter (Marilyn Beryl).

BINNEY.—May 1, at Goondiwindi Hospital,     to Tim and Brownie—a son (Michael David).

BLACKSHAW (nee Gray).—April 29, at   Royal North Shore Hospital, to Alfred and Edna Blackshaw, of Kudumba, Dora Creek— a daughter (Penelope Faith).

BOFFA.—April 30, at Mater private, North  

Sydney, to Nancye and Andre—a daughter

(Kerry Michel).

BOOTH (Wilkins).—April 30, Crown Street (Intermediate), to Jean and Keith, of Rand-

wick—a son.

BOURNE.—April 25, at Royal Hospital, Pad-   dington, to Valerie and Arthur Bourne, of   Kirribilli—a daughter (Anne Louise).

BRADFIELD.—May 1, at Tonga private   hospital, Roseville, to Enid, wife of Dr. S. G. Bradfield—a son (Phillp John).

BRIDLE.—April 18, at Goondiwindi Hospi-     tal, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridle, of Glen-

morgan, Queensland—a daughter (Jennifer Gai).

BYRNE (nee Davies).—April 27, at Glen-   rowan, Campsie, to Granville and Winifred—a son (John Charles).

CALVITTO (nee Tortorella).—April 29, at   Women's Hospital, Crown St, to Rachele and Michele—a son (Peter). Both well.

CARTER.—May 1, 1947, at Fairlight hos- pital, Manly, to Betty and Dick—a son.

CASEY.—April 25, 1947, at Women's Hos-     pital, Crown Street, to Edna and Bill—a daughter.

CAVEY.—At Ardee private hospital, Bel-   more, to Joyce and Allan—a daughter (Karen Beatrice).

CLARK (nee Dobson).—May 1, at King   George V (Inter.), to Lorna and Sid, Strath-   field—a daughter (Kerri Diane).

CLIFFORD (nee Leslye Thom).—April 28,   at Crown Street Intermediate, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifford, Coogee—a daughter

(Jean Maree).

COMBER (nee Lowrie).—May 2, 1947, at   Rosslyn private hospital Arncliffe, to Jean and Charlie—a son (Ross William).

COOK.—April 22, at Denistone House, to   Valerie and Victor—a son (Trevor Constan-

tine).

COPELAND.—April 27, at St. Luke's private     hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Copeland, Drummoyne Avenue, Drummoyne—a son (Charles Arthur).

CRUIKSHANK.—April 30, at Lydham   private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cruik- shank—a daughter. Both well.

DAVOREN.—April 10, at St. Margaret's     private hospital, Darlinghurst, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davoren, Temora—a daughter.

DOBSON.—May 1, at Sanitarium, Warrawee, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Dobson, of Glen- chattan, Tarago—a daughter.

DOLDEN (nee Packman).—April 27, at King   George V Hospital, to Ken and Joan—a son (Kenneth John Edward).

DONALDSON (nee Mitchell).—May 1, at   Royal Hospital Paddington, to Thel and Alf —a daughter (Pamela Jean).

DORAN.—April 27, at King George V Hos-   pital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Doran, of Mar- rickville—a daughter (Jan Christine).

DWYER (nee Jones).—April 26, at Pacific   private hospital, Brighton-le-Sands, to Iris   and Tom—a son (Larry Michael). Both

well.

FALK.—April 25, at Englewood, Burwood,   to Ernest and Elsie—a son (John Ernest).

Both well.

FERGUSON.—At St. Margaret's Darling-     hurst, to Pat and Fred—a daughter (Helen Margaret).

FOWLER.—April 10, 1947, at St. Margaret's     Hospital (private), Sydney, to Mr. and Mrs. Geoff Fowler—a son (Geoffrey Graeme).

GARRARD (nee Ebbrell).—April 28, at   Mater private, to Josie and Noel—a daughter (Elizabeth Susan).  

GARDNER (nee Wybreu).—April 25, 1947,   at the Mater private hospital, North Sydney, to Doris and Jack—a son (Gary John).

GORDON (nee Dorothy Maher).—April 28,   at St. Margaret's (private), to Dorothy and   Fred—a son (Robert Bruce).

GRANT.—April 27, at King George V, to   Dr. and Mrs. John Grant—a son (Stuart).

HALL.—April 25, at The Poplars, Epping, to   Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hall—a son (Bruce

Milne).

HAMMOND (nee Marland).—May 2, at   Trescol private hospital, North Sydney, to Moira and Ron—a son (Grant Ronald).

HART (nee Watson).—April 27, at Lydham,   Dulwich Hill, to Bertie, wife of Charles—a son (Anthony Stephen).

HEALEY (nee Fox).—April 28, at Lucerne   private hospital, Randwick, to Mr. and Mrs. George Healey, of King's Cross—a daughter   (Jeanine).  

HEILY (nee Hennessy).—May 1, 1947, at   Shoalhaven private hospital, Nowra, to Joy and John Heily—a daughter (Adrienne).

HENDY (nee Davies).—April 29, at Can-   more private hospital, Lakemba, to Kathleen and Charles—a son (Geoffrey Charles).

HINCKSMAN (nee Ritchie).—April 25, at   Women's Hospital, Crown Street (intermedi-

ate), to Irene and Albert—a son (Bruce Albert).

HOGBEN (nee O'Sullivan).—April 30, St.     Margaret Hospital (private), to Dorothy Mary and Jack—a son (Mark).

IREDALE (nee Hammond).—April 16, at   Sunbury, Ashfield, to Lauris and Jack—a daughter (Susan Lauris).

JACKSON (nee Minahan).—To Fred and   Eileen—a daughter (Suellen Jennifer).

JAQUES.—April 26, at Royal Hospital, to   Ann and Stanley—a daughter (Sandra Ann).

Both well.

JOBBINS.—April 29, at King George V   Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jobbins—

a son (Boake).

JOHNSON (nee Nebbett).—May 1, at Sun-   bury, to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Johnson—a daughter (Edith Anne).

LAMBERT (nee Cooper).—April 30, at   Mater Hospital, Crow's Nest, to Pat and   Ron—a daughter (Gail Patricia).

LAWRANCE (nee Hart).—April 30, 1947,   at Kia Ora, Haberfield, to Margaret and Allan—a daughter (Lynette Margaret).

LEWIN (nee King).—May 1, at Famenoth   private hospital, Randwick, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewin—a son (Peter Edward).

McEVOY (nee Toynton).—April 30, at Woodleigh private hospital, Hurstville, to Glad and Brian—a daughter (Kerry).

McEWAN (nee Lawrie).—April 29, at Glen Innes to Annie and Ewan—the gift of a

son.

McLEAN (nee Norris).—April 26, at Tweed   District Hospital, to Vera, wife of Thomas McLean—a son (Peter Colin).

MACKAY (nee de Mamiel).—April 18, at   Craignish private hospital, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Mackay, Sydney, formerly of Leeton—a daughter (still born).

MAILLER.—April 29, at Saint Luke's Dar-     linghurst, to Barbara and Geoffrey—a son (Stuart Kendall).

MAISH.—April 29, at Carinya private hos-   pital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Maish, Concord

West—a son (Paul Selwyn).

MARSHALL (nee Marjorie Rand).—April   23, at Lissington, Haberfield, to Marjorie and Arch—a daughter (Sandra Joy).

MATTHEWS .—April 26, Women's Hospital,   Crown Street (private), to Mr. and Mrs. Warwick Matthews—a son (Phillip).

MAWSON (nee Alpers).—March 29, at Har-     row, England, to Sheila and Ron—a son (Robert Ronald).

MELLOR.—April 20, at King George V     Hospital, to Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Mellor—a daughter (Lindsey Davina).

MILLAR (nee Johns).—April 24, at Mater     Maternity, North Sydney, to Colin and Gleyn —a son (Graham John).

MONTGOMERY (nee Lindsay).—May 2, at   Helenie, Randwick, to Joy and Owen—a son (Neil Lindsay).

MULLINS (nee Crawley).—April 23, at   Braidwood, North Sydney, to Alan and May (Sue)—a daughter (Joan Maiza).      

MUNRO (nee Maike).—April 10, 1947, to   Girlie and Ted—a son (John) (Premature; lived one hour ).        

MURRAY (nee Grant).—April 28, to Mr.   and Mrs. C. N. Murray, 150 Bexley Road, Earlwood—a daughter (Meighan).

NAIRN (nee Lawson).—April 24, at The   Terricks private hospital, Leichhardt, to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Nairn—a son (Peter Thomas).

NESTOR (nee Ronan).—April 28, at Mater   hospital, Crow's Nest, to Norman and Kitty   Nestor—a son (John Richard), premature, survived 21 hours.    

O'LEARY.—April 29, at War Memorial     Hospital, Waverley, to Gwen and Tom—a son (Terence Michael).

ORWIN (nee Lane).—April 20, 1947, at   Woodleigh, Hurstville, to Dorothy and Tom, of First Avenue, Jannali—a daughter (Heather May).

OUGHTON (Poplin, ex W.A.A.F.).—March           29, at Crown Street Women's Hospital, to   Fred and Claudine—a daughter (Robyn Mary).

PALFREYMAN.—April 26, at Aloha, Parra-   matta, to Wal and Dorothy—a son (John

Walter).

PARSONS (nee Price)—May 1, Women's     Royal Hospital, to Charles and Flo—a son (Brett Hilton).

PARRY (nee Clarke).—April 27, at Pam-

bula, to Win and Jack, of Eden—a daughter (Susan Margaret).  

PLEVEY (nee Gault).—April 30, at Women's     Hospital, Crown Street, to Ann and Jack— a daughter (Jan Erica).

POULTON.—April 24 at Mater Misericor-   diae, to Daphne and Harry—a daughter (Kerrie Edith).

RASMUSSEN (nee Woodham).—April 25,  

1947, at Wahroonga Sanitarium, to Joy and Chris—a son (Ian James).

READ (nee Arter).—May 2, at King George   V Hospital, Camperdown, to Keith and Gladys —a daughter (Pamela Dianne).

REGAN.—April 2, Sacred Heart hospital,  

Young, to Lorna and John Regan—a daughter (Jules Vivienne).

RICCORD (nee Hannaford).—Wednesday,

April 30, at Kia-ora hospital, Haberfield, to   Gwendoline and Bruce—a son (James Edward).

ROBINSON (nee Minkie).—April 27, at The     Poplars private hospital, Epping, to Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Robinson—a daughter (Helen Elizabeth). Survived 3 days.

SALMON (nee Christie).—April 27, 1947,   at Denistone House, to Mr. and Mrs. F.   Ronald Salmon, of Epping—a son (Peter John).

SEARGENT.—April 23, at Bowenfels private hospital, The Entrance, to Beryl and Allan—a son. SHAW (nee Steele).—April 23, Normanhurst    

private hospital, Ashfield, to Gloria and Des- mond—a son. (Both well).  

SHEPHARD (nee Humberstone).—April 6,   at hospital, Toowoomba, to Mildred and   Geoffrey—a daughter (Diane Elizabeth).  

SHERLOCK.—April 10, at District Hospital,   Albany, W.A., to Emily and Charles, of St. Leonard's Rectory, B.C.A. Mission, Denmark,       W.A.—the gift of a daughter (Elizabeth Emily).  

SHIELDS (nee Hardiman).—April 30, 1947,  

at Mater Misericordiae Hospital, to Sister and Alan—a daughter (Moira Anne).

SCHULZE (nee Clarke).—April 24, at     King George V Hospital, to Peg and George —a daughter (Narelle Rosevear).

SCOTT (nee Phillips).—April 23, at Crown

Street (Intermediate) to Joy and Max—a   daughter (Alana Gail).

BIRTHS

SHELDON (nee Joy Newbould).—May 1, at   Englewood private hospital, Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sheldon—a son (Lindsay Douglas).

SHELDON.—April 30, at St. Monan's   Cremorne, to Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Sheldon—

a daughter.

SKEOCH (nee Knox).—May 1, at Denistone     House, Ryde, to Bessie and Eric—a son (Ron-

ald Bruce).

SILVEY (nee Ruth Larnach).—March 30, at Ben Linden, Narellan, to Ruth and Tom—

a son (Peter Thomas).

SMITH (nee Kelly).—April 25, at War   Memorial Hospital, Waverley, to Pat and Jason —a son (Jason Howard). Both well.

SMITH (nee Martin late of Colinroobie).—     April, 26 at St. George District Hospital, to

Hazel and Fred—a daughter (Marion Judith). SMITH (nee Walker).—April 26, at Armi-   dale, to Margaret and Eric—a daughter (pre-

mature) survived 3 days.

SLOANE (nee Phillips).—April 22, at Essen- don hospital, Newcastle, to Mr. and Mrs. L.

D. Sloane—a son (Marcus Allan).

SPURWAY (nee Turner).—April 29, 1947,     to Nancy and Ron—a son (Ronald Allan

George).

STAMER (nee Proctor).—April 29, at Sun-  

bury, Ashfield, to Anne and Frank—a daughter  

(Robyn Lesley).

ST. CLAIR (nee Carne).—April 21, at Mt.    

Adrah private hospital, Port Macquarie, to Shirley and Warwick—a daughter. Both well.

STEWART BOAG.—April 24, at B.M.D.A.M.           Hospital, Katoomba, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stewart Boag—a son.

STUBBS (nee Westacott).—April 29, at King   George V Hospital, to Norma and Arthur— a daughter (Dianne).  

STYLES (nee O'Brien).—April 25, 1947,   at King George V. Camperdown, to Nellie, wife of Leslie Gordon Styles—a daughter

(Diane Mary).

SULLIVAN.—April 26, at C.W.A. Hospital,         Cassillis, to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sullivan—

a son (Timothy).

THACKWAY.—April 30, at Englewood, Bur-   wood to Mr. and Mrs. E. Thackway—a son.

THREADGATE.—April 12, 1947, at Crown Street Women's Hospital, to Jessie, wife of Ronald Threadgate, of Lochinvar—a son (Michael Adrian).

TONKIN (nee Buchanan).—May 1, at   Devonia private hospital, Yass, to Judith and Ron—a daughter (Pamela Ann).

TOSWILL (nee Oxley).—May 1, at Lyd- ham private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tosswill—a daughter (Lorraine Mary).

TURNER (nee Sutton).—May 1, at Sani-   tarium hospital, Wahroonga, to Mr. and Mrs. Geoffery Turner of Gordon—a son (Warwick   Antony).  

WAGNER (nee Tonge).—April 19, 1947, at   Denistone House, Ryde, to Kath and Bill— a son (William Michael).

WEINE.—April 26, at Lister House, Wol-

longong, to Ray and Frank—a daughter

(Roslyn Dianne).

WELCH (nee Gadsby).—April 23, to Mr.   and Mrs. J. F. Welch, of Maroubra—a     daughter (Carolynne Joy).

WEST.—April 21, at the Sacred Heart Hos- pital, Young, to Mr. and Mrs. Reg West—

a daughter.

WHITE (nee Phillips).—April 29, at Sydney   Sanitarium, Wahroonga, to Alma and Jeff— a daughter (Lynette Joyce). Both well.

WILCOX (nee Mavis Camps).—April 30, at   Women's Hospital, Crown Street, to Mr. and   Mrs. H. B. Wilcox—a son (Jeffery John).

WILKINSON (nee Osborn).—April 14,

King George V Memorial Hospital, to Jean and Colin—a daughter (Lynette Jean).

WILSON.—May 1, at St. Luke's Hospital,

to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilson—a daughter

(Alex Ann).

WINKWORTH (nee Housden).—April 30, at King George V Hospital, to Shirley and Bill —a daughter (Margaret Shirley).

WORTHINGTON.—April 21, at St. Mar-   garet's private hospital, Darlinghurst, to Mr.   and Mrs. A. G. Worthington—a son (Mark

Adrian).

WRIGHT.—April 29, at Jeogla, to Bruce and Sheila—a son.

YOUNG (nee Woodley).—February 18, 1947,   at Karoola, Kempsey, to Lillian and Norman Young—a son (Colin Norman).

ENGAGEMENTS

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BACKHOUSE—ELLIOTT.—The Engagement   is announced of Phyllis Helen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Elliott, of Balmain, to Eric, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Backhouse, of Drummoyne.

BARBER—DEVINE.—The Engagement is   announced of Jean, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. Devine, of Gran- ville, to Vernon, only son of Mr. and Mrs.

A. R. Barber, of Fivedock.

BIRD—SANDERS.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Pamela Dawn, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sanders, of Dover Heights, to Desmond Sidney, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.

W. Bird, of Vaucluse.

BIRRELL—KEEGAN.—The Engagement is   announced of Eileen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Keegan, of Meadowbank, and Arthur Bryce, second son of Mr. and Mrs. D.

A. Birrell, Mosman.

BROWN—STUBBS.—The Engagement is     announced of Iris Jean, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. L. Stubbs and the late Mr. J. A. Stubbs, of Strathfield, to John Stanley, youn- gest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown, of Southend, Essex, England.

CARTER—EWENS.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Mavis, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ewens, of Claremount, Perth, to Munro, younger son of Mrs. J. S. Carter and the late J. A. Carter, of Bal-

moral.

CHILMAN—CAMPBELL.—The Engagement   is announced of Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Campbell, of Bronte, to Robert, son of Mrs. D. Chilman, of Port Lincoln, South Australia.

CHRISTIE—CHAMPION.—The Engagement     is announced of Judith Faith, youngest daugh- ter of Reverend H. F. A. Champion and Mrs. Champion, The Rectory, Taralga, to Phillip, third son of Mrs Christie, and the

late A. Christie, of Bowral.

CLARKE—BLUNT.—The Engagement is an- nounced of Irene Mary Blunt, of Mosman, to Thomas Cyril Clarke, of Blackall, Queens-

land.

COLMAN—HULLS.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Winsome Ada, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hulls, of Roseville, to Peter, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Colman, of Mangrove Mountain.

COLYER—BREWER.—The Engagement is       announced of Elaine Gladys, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brewer, of Auburn, to Raymond Henry, only son of the late Mr. H. S. Colyer and Mrs. M. A. Colyer, of Auburn.

COWPER—SAFFRON.—The Engagement is   announced of Flora (Sandra), youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saffron, of Bondi, to Leon Wallace, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cowper, of Bellevue Hill.

DAY—POWELL.—The Engagement is an- nounced of Ella eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Powell, of Turramurra, to Kenneth third son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Day, of

Chatswood.

DENOVAN—BONNITCHA.—The Engagement   is announced of Peggy Isobel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bonnitcha, of Drum- moyne, to Christopher (Bill), only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Denovan, of Drummoyne.

DE-VIGNY—LAWRENCE.—The Engage-     ment is announced of Betty Patricia, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, of Lyons Road, Fivedock, and Cyrus William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. De-Vigny, Balmain.  

DIZICK—DAVIS.—The Engagement is announced of Sally, eldest daughter of Mrs. A. Davis and the late Mr. E. Davis, of

Edgecliff, to Maurice, only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Dizick, of Dover Heights.

EASON—McDOWELL.—The Engagement is     announced of Eleanore Patricia, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDowell

of Woodlands, Pilliga, to William Joseph, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Eason, of Woorilla, Pilliga.

EASTON—NEEDHAM.—The Engagement is   announced of Constance Dulcie, only child of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Needham, of Randwick, to Leslie Campbell, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Easton of West Ryde.

ELARDE—WALSH.—The Engagement is an-  

nounced of Eileen Evelyn, youngest daughter of the late Mr. J. Walsh and Mrs. W. Luttrell,

of Kogarah, to Hughie Francis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Elarde, of Rockdale.

ENGLERT—FROST.—The Engagement is   announced of Audrey Yvonne, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Frost, of Bronte, to Arthur Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Englert of Waverley, formerly of Maclean.

FREEMAN—JOHNSTON.—The Engagement   is announced of Olga Constance, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnston, of River- stone, to Wallace Arthur, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeman, also of Riverstone.

HOUGH—WATT.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Eileen Ruth, daughter of Mrs. G. M. Watt and the late A. W. Watt, of North Sydney, to Graham Thomas, only son of Mrs. D. Hough and the late R. T. Hough of Woll-

stonecraft.

HUGHES—TRIBE.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Betty Dawn, fifth daughter of     Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tribe, of Rugby, Wee- Waa, to Ronald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hughes, of Camperdown.  

JOSEPH—GUTHREY.—The Engagement is   announced of Gwen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A .H. Guthrey, of Mantle Hill,

Candelo, to Lou, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. E. M. Joseph, of Narrabeen Bom-

bala.

KILLIAN—BRYANT.—The Engagement is announced of Shirley Evelyn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Bryan, of Belmore, to Frank Leslie, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Killian, of Kensington.    

LAUGHLIN—PAINE.—The Engagement is announced of Marjorie Edith, only child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Paine, of Fairfield, to Nor- man, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Laugh- lin of Drummoyne.    

LEEDS—PITMAN.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Peggy Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Pitman, of Waverley, Garah, to Lyle, second son of the late Capt. C. D. Leeds and of Mrs. A. Leeds, of Moree.

LLOYD—HUDSON.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. E. Hudson and the late Henry A. Hudson, to Mervyn James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A.

P. Lloyd, of Manly.

LYONS—RICE.—The Engagement is an-  

nounced of Frances Agnes, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rice, of Bombala, to Colin Leslie, second son of Mr. and Mrs. R.

Lyons, of Queanbeyan.

McDARMONT—McCREDIE.—The Engage- ment is announced of Joan Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McCredie, of Epping, to Maurice, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. D. McDarmont, of Epping.

McLEAN—LAWRENCE.—The Engagement is   announced of Eileen Mary, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawrence, of Kings- ford, to Gordon, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. McLean of Bondi.  

McNIVEN—BISSELL.—The Engagement is   announced of Lorna, third daughter of Mr. and   Mrs. M. Bissell, of Mt. Keira, to Mervyn Kenneth, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. M.

McNiven, of Wollongong.

MACLEAN—VOLLER.—The Engagement is   announced of Vivienne Dawn, younger daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Voller, of Bunda- noon, to Hector Frederick, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Maclean, of Fort Augustus, In- verness Shire, Scotland.

MAHER—BOLAND.—The Engagement is   announced of Margo, eldest daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. J. P. Boland, of Clovelly, to Noel James, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

Maher, of Croydon.

MALLITT—GIBBESON.—The Engagement   is announced of June Olive, younger daughter to Mr. S. Gibbeson, of Bexley, to Wesley Alan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mallitt, of Bexley.

MAWER—WOODLAND.—The Engagement is     announced of Austral Margaret (Pat), only daughter of the late F. J. Woodland and of   Mrs. Woodland, of Manly, to Douglas Michele, son of Mrs. E. A. Mawer, of Manly.

NAUGHTON—CLAYTON.—The Engagement             is announced of Joan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clayton, of Castle Hill, to Hugh, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Naughton, of Chatswood.  

NEWMAN—PRIOR.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Patricia, youngest daughter of the   late Mr. J. H. Prior and of Mrs. A. Prior,   of Waverley, to Joseph, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Newman, of Bellevue Hill.    

ORR—McCONNELL.—The Engagement is   announced of Bobbie, youngest daughter of     Mrs. F. M. McConnell and late Mr. J. W. McConnell, of Earlwood, to Donald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Orr, of Earlwood.

PAINE—CLARKE.—The Engagement is an-  

nounced of Merle Viola Mildred, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clarke, of Fourth Street,

Ashbury, to Alan James, only son of the late   Mr. F. Paine, of Newcastle, and Randwick.

PALMER—SIM.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Robin Grant, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Sim, of West Maitland, to Alexander Allan, second son of Dr.    

Palmer, of Bulli.

ENGAGEMENTS

PIKE—KING.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Phyllis Hazel, third daughter of the late Rev. A. J. B. King and the late Mrs. King, of Sydney, to Alfred William, second son of the late Mr. J. Pike and Mrs. S. Pike,

of Kiama.

PLATT—TIEDEMANN.—The Engagement is       announced of Shirley, only child of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tiedemann, of Willoughby, to Clarence, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Platt, of Orchard Vale, Gallymont.

POTTER—LANCASTER.—The Engagement   is announced of Joan, only daughter of Mr. J. E. Lancaster and the late Mrs. Lancaster, of Hurstville to Robert, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Potter, of Drummoyne.

RIVETT—MYERS.—The Engagement is an- nounced of Patricia Anne, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Myers, of Campsie, to Keith Goulding, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Rivett, of Coogee.

ROBERTSON—JACKSON.—The Engagement   is announced of Betty Pamela, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jackson, of Barton, Canberra, A.C.T., to Russell Stephen, second son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Robertson, of Turner, Canberra, A.C.T.

ROBERTSON—WADHAM.—The Engagement   is announced of Lucy, only child of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Wadham, of Manly, to George, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Robertson, of Edinburgh, Scotland.

ROSE—BOWEN.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Jeannette, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bowen, of Merrylands, to Nor- man, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rose, of Pendle Hill.

SMITH—TOMPSON.—The Engagement is   announced of Noeleen, second daughter of Mrs. D. Tompson and the late Mr. W. Tompson, of Auburn, to George, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith, of Lidcombe.

SPENCER—WILSON.—The Engagement is announced of Heather Ronda, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wilson, of Gunnedah, to George Hunter, second son of late S. H. Spencer and Mrs. Vida Spencer, of Double

Bay.

VAUGHAN—WARD.—The Engagement is

announced of Nancye Mary, eldest daughter   of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ward, of Randwick, to Athol James, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Vaughan, of Aberdeen.

WALKER—JONES.—The Engagement is an-     nounced of Philippa Beatrice Pracey, only daughter of the late Dr. Percy D. Jones and Mrs. P. K. Jones, of Mosman, to Ray- mond Osborne, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. O. Walker, of Campbelltown, late of

Gresford.

WALTERS—BUGDEN.—The Engagement is announced of Freda Marion, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bugden, King Street, Campbelltown, to Sheridan Edward, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Walters,

Hansen Road, Minto.

WARREN—CARNEY.—The Engagement is   announced of Joyce, elder daughter of Mr. and   Mrs. J. H. Carney, of Earlwood (formerly of Barrow-in-Furness, England), to Guy Wilkie,     younger son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Warren, of

Randwick.  

WAUCHOPE—SHIPWAY.—The Engagement     is announced of Betty Lilian, widow of the late Alfred Shipway (A.I.F.), and youngest daugh-       ter of Mrs. E. Wentworth and the late Frede- rick Wentworth, of Manly, to Andrew Richard Don (late A.I.F.), only son of Mr. A.       Wauchope, and late Mrs. M. Wauchope, of

Harbord.

WHEELER—TREEVE.—The Engagement is     announced of Pauline, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. P. Treeve, of Dunedoo, to William, eldest son of the late J. E. Wheeler and Mrs. J. Broom, of Bellevue

Hill.

WHITE—MAY.—The Engagement is an-   nounccd of Joan Valma, older daughter of Mr.  

and Mrs. L. May, of Concord, to Ronald Keith,

only son of Mrs. V. White, of Berala.

WILKIE—MOOY.—The Engagement is an-       nounced of Leila, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mooy, of North Bondi, to Ken- neth, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wilkie,

of Bronte.

WILLINGTON—DAVIS.—The Engagement is  

announced of Gwen, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Davis, of Hornsby, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. Willing- ton of Hornsby.

APPROACHING MARRIAGES

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BARNES—FRASER.—The Marriage of   Christine, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, Wahroonga, to Arthur, son of Mrs. Barnes, Bondi, will be celebrated at St. John's, Wahroonga, on Saturday, May 10,  

at 3 p.m.  

DRAKE—DUN.—The Marriage of Grace   Marion, only daughter of the late Thomas Dun and Mrs. Dun, of Forster, to George William, only child of Mr. and Mrs D. T. Drake, of Croydon Park, will take place at the Church of England, Forster, at 2.30 p.m.,     on Monday, May 5, 1947.

KING—COOK.—The Marriage of Joan Mar-   garet, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cook, of Bundanoon, to William Francis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. King, of Wollstonecraft, will take place at 6 o'clock,   at St. Philip's, Church Hill, on Tuesday, May 6, 1947.

MARRIAGES

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ADLINGTON—RUSSELL.—April 19, 1947,   at City Temple, Melbourne, Eunice Edna, second daughter of Mrs. E. Russell and the late Mr. A. G. Russell, of Canterbury, Mel- bourne, to Jens Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Adlington, of Clovelly, Sydney.

BROUN—STACK.—March 21, at St.     Philips, Church Hill, by Rev. E. K. Cole, Joy, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stack, of Mosman, to Hugh, second son of Mrs. M. V. Broun, of North Sydney, and the

late W. A. Broun, of Coonamble.

HEPPELL—COWAN.—April 2, at St.   Francis Xavier's Church, Lavender Bay, by     the Reverend A. Stone, Theo, younger daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Cowan, of North Sydney, to Frederick, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Heppell, of Artarmon.

PITCHER—MARCHANT.—May 2, at Wesley   Chapel, Thelma Florris, daughter of Mrs. Fanny Marchant, of Rylstone, N.S.W., and the late Mr. Richard Marchant, of Mendooran, N.S.W., to Rev. Edwin H. Pitcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pitcher, Essex, England.

PYETT—MAGEE.—March 29, 1947, at St. John's, Maroubra, Margaret Anne Louise, only   child of Mr. and Mrs. E. Magee, to Brian Martin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.

Pyett, of Maroubra.

VAN WYK—STACY.—February 17, 1947, at Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A., Helen Marjorie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stacy, of Roseville, Sydney, to Francis Ber-

nard, eldest son of Bernard C. Van Wyk   and the late Mrs. Van Wyk, of Phila-

delphia.

VINE—MARLOW.—April 26, 1947, at St.   Paul's Church, Moss Vale, by Rev. Father   McGrael, Rosemary Marlow, of Valetta Street, Moss Vale, to Walter Bavin Vine, of Robert-

son Road, Moss Vale.

SILVER WEDDINGS

BATES—CLAY.—May 6, 1922, at St.  

Philip's Church, Auburn, William Bates to   Ivy Clay. Present address 18 Livingstone Road, Lidcombe. 'Phone, UX6188.  

FREEBURN—DOUST.—May 3, 1922, Pres-   byterian Church, Bondi, by Rev. Enright,

Victor Charles to Rebecca.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

HEATON—KEMP.—May 3, 1897, at New-     town, by the Rev. Aug. F. Fisher, Thomas, youngest son of Thomas Heaton, of Lanca-

shire, to Emily Marion, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Kemp, of Kingston. Present address, No. 1 Neirbo Avenue, Hurst-

ville.

TICKNER—MARSH.—On May 5, 1897,   at Bungonia, N.S.W., Joseph Edward Tick- ner to Annie Louisa Marsh. Present address,

Hillview, Penrose, N.S.W.

DEATHS

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ADAMSON, Ivy May.—May 2, 1947, at     Nepean District Hospital, dearly beloved wife of James Moyes Adamson, of Springwood, beloved mother of Marjorie (Mrs. E. Mox- ham), Jean (Mrs. W. Davenport), Reg, and Ron, and sister of Charles, Reg, and Mervyn

Werner.

ALLAN, Alice Elizabeth.—May 2, 1947, at   her residence, Condamine St, Manly Vale, Alice Elizabeth Allan, dearly beloved wife of Ernest Herbert Allan and loving mother of Hilda, Bert, Belle, Floss, Lillia, Sid, Tom and Ken, aged 78 years. At Rest.

ARMSTRONG, James.—May 2, suddenly,   dearly beloved husband of Mary Grace and dear father of Anne, Dennis, Nell, Norah,

Winifred, and Patricia.

ARNDELL, Norah Bridget.—May 2, 1947,   dearly beloved daughter of the late John and Catherine Arndell of Rocky Creek Station, Bin- gara, and loving sister of Millie (Mrs. E. J. Cory, Moree), and Florence (Mrs. F. Bulmer, of Sydney), and great-granddaughter of the   late Dr. Thomas Arndell, R.N., of Parra-   matta. Aged 93 years. R.I.P.

BAGOT LANE, Amy Isabelle.—May 2, 1947,       at a private hospital, Neutral Bay, late of 80 Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay, widow of the late Thomas Bagot Lane, M.D. Service at St.   Augustine's Church, Neutral Bay, This Satur-     day commencing at 11.30 a.m.    

BARNES, Norman Wilson.—April 23, 1947,     second son of the late Elizabeth Barnes, late of Wellington, N.S.W., and brother of Grace     (Mrs. Christian, Roseville), Mabel (Mrs.

McConnell, Coogee), Ted (Mudgee), and Arthur (Gosford), aged 59 years.

BENNETT, Lily Alice.—May 1, 1947, at   Camden District Hospital, of 105 St. George's   Road, Bexley, dearly loved wife of Leslie, lov- ing mother of Leslie, Connie (Mrs. C. Wood), Pet (Mrs. H. Troughton), Lyla (Mrs. J. Thompson), and Joyce (Mrs. S. Lucas), and dear sister of Annie Griggs and Alfred Beaz- ley, aged 62 years.

CHRISTIAN, Ethel Beatrice.—April 28, 1947, of Narrabeen, daughter of the late William Bassett and Emma Christian, of Ten- terfield Station, Tenterfield, in her 79th year.

Privately cremated. Northern Suburbs, April

29, 1947.

CLARK (Lucas), Ellen.—May 1, 1947, at   her residence, 142 Chapel Road, Bankstown, dearly beloved wife of John, and dear mother of Violet (Mrs. J. Carmalt), Lila (Mrs. F. Whitham), Rene (Mrs. C. Wilkes), Lily (Mrs. R. Thornton), Florence (Mrs. P. Butterfield),

Jean (Mrs. L. Wilmot), and Leslie, aged 60 years. English papers please copy.

COCK, George Frederick.—May 2, 1947, at Manly District Hospital, late of English, Scot-

tish and Australian Bank, Martin Place, and of Mount Gambier, S.A., dearly beloved brother   of Minnie (Mrs. Helmore). See funeral notices.

COCK, George Frederick.—May 2, 1947, at   Manly Hospital (late E. S. and A. Bank, Martin Place, Sydney), aged 39 years.

COLLESS, Albert Athol.—April 30, 1947,   at "Minoru," Walgett, dearly loved brother of Arthur C. C. Colless, of Walgett, and Miss Carrie Colless, of 38 Belmore Street,

Burwood.

DE JOSSELIN, Nellie Mary Frances.—April   27, 1947, at Coogee, dearly loved mother of Addie, Vera, Geoffrey (deceased), Ronald, and Marcelle, aged 73. Privately interred. At rest.

DICK, Ronald Faulkner.—May 2, 1947, at   17 Ivy Street, Wollstonecraft, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dick, of Malaita, Glen- haven, aged 10 months. Privately interred.

DUNSTAN, Ellen Louisa.—April 29, 1947,   widow of Ralph Henry Dunstan, mother of Arthur, Harold, May, and Jean. Private

cremation.

ELIOTT, Gilbert William Henry.—April 30, at Manly, late of Walcha and Armidale, in 90th year.  

FALKINGHAM, Ruth.—May 1, 1947, The   Rest, Flinders, Victoria, widow of Thomas Falkingham, loved mother of Mabel (Mrs. Holland), and Tottie, Mrs. M. U. Squire,

Mosman.

FLEETING, Kenneth Elwyn.—May 2, 1947,   at Royal North Shore Hospital, loved husband of Violet Fleeting, and loved brother, brother- in-law, and uncle of Mabel, Mr. and Mrs.   W. T. Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bell, and families, aged 46 years.

FOSTER, Evelyn.—May 2, 1947, at her     residence, 164 Darling Street, Balmain, dearly loved mother of Jack, Fred, George, and Cecil, aged 68 years. At rest.

FOX, George.—May 1, 1947, of Moondyne,   Barnstaple Road, Fivedock, beloved father of Winifred and Harry, aged 78 years.

FULLERTON, James Singleton.—May 1,     1947, at his residence, 3 Clement Street, Rushcutter Bay, James Singleton Fullerton, dearly loved husband of Catherine and loving brother of Ada (Mrs Chaseling). Privately cremated May 2. (Albury papers please copy).  

GANE, Jean.—May 2, 1947, at hospital,  

dearly beloved wife of Aubrey, and loving mother of Donald (deceased), William, Jessie, Aubrey (deceased), Margaret (Mrs. S. Watson), and Alva, aged ? years.

DEATHS  

GAYNON, William.—May 2, 1947, dearly     beloved husband of Elizabeth Mary (late of Gilgandra) and dear father of William, Maria (Mrs J. Foran), Patrick Joseph (deceased), Ann (Mrs E. Foran), Eileen, Lawrence, Flor-

ence, and Norah. Aged 89 years. Funeral will take place at Gilgandra on Monday, May

5, 1947.

GILBERT, Jack Thomas.—May 2, 1947, at   Concord, dearly beloved husband of Bessie, and loving father of Elizabeth and John. At rest.

GILES, Charles Morley.—May 1, 1947,   loved husband of the late Susan Ernestine Giles and loved father of Reginald Herbert Percival, Charles, Elizabeth (Mrs. Wilson), George, Lillian (Mrs. Doolan), Alfred, Alice (Mrs Guthrie), Elsie (deceased), Ernest, John, Joyce (Mrs. Laurence), Peter, Hazel (Mrs.   Wagner). Aged 77.

GRUNDY, Ron.—April 28, at Cobar Dis-  

trict Hospital, youngest son of Olive and Walter Grundy, brother of Fred and Harry (deceased), of Auburn Road, Birrong, grand- son of U. H. Haseldine, 8 Park Avenue, Burwood. Result of an accident.  

HOLDING, Kathleen Mary.—May 1, 1947,   at Royal North Shore Hospital, of 6 Eaton Street, Willoughby, dearly loved Wife of Arthur Holding and fond daughter of the late Nellie and James Cunneen, and dear sister of   Sid. R.I.P. Privately interred in the Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs, on the 2nd inst.

HOLMES, Amelia Agnes Denipace.—April     30, 1947, at her sister's residence, Fother-  

ingham Street, Wingham, beloved wife of John and loving mother of Milton, aged 63.

HOWARTH, Teresa Marie.—May 1, 1947,   at her residence, 17a Pomeroy Street, North Strathfield, beloved mother of Rita and Grand- mother of Barry, Terrill, and Michael. R.I.P.

HOWARTH, Teresa Marie.—May 1, 1947,       at her residence, 17a Pomeroy Street, North Strathfield, beloved mother of John and Alma, and grandmother of Peter, John, and Tony.

R.I.P.

HOWARTH, Teresa Marie.—May 1, 1947, at her residence, 17a Pomeroy Street, North Strathfield, loving sister of Elizabeth (Mrs. Simons), dearest aunt of Catherine (Mrs. Henson), Linus, Will, George, Len, and Wilma. R.I.P.

JAMIESON, William Frederick.—May 2, 1947 (suddenly), at his residence, 5 Station Stree,t North Strathfield, beloved husband of Stella May Jamieson, and dearly loved father of Claude, Max, and Vivian, aged 63 years.

JOHNSTON, George Bray.—April 28, at the   Broken Hill and District Hospital, beloved hus-

band of Mary Elizabeth and loving father of Hope, Roy (deceased), Aubrey, Eric, Alan, and Harry, aged 69 years and 8 months. At

rest.

JONES, Rose Jane.—April 24, 1947, at Lewisham Hospital, late of Pottery Enclosure, Lithgow, dearly loved mother of Thomas and Beatrice, Lithgow, Stanley, Fairfield, and relict of the late John William Jones, in her 73rd year. At rest.

JONES, Robert George.—April 26, 1947, at   his stepdaughter's residence, 99 Joseph Street,   Lidcombe, late of Bathurst and Granville, beloved husband of Catherine and dear step- father of Anne, Tom, Sally, and Les Chalmers.

JONES, Robert George.—April 26, 1947,   dear father-in-law of Charlie, Essie, Jim, and     Iris, and beloved pop of Ian, Margaret, Bar-

bara, Lauraine, Raymond, Maureen, and Diane.

KELTY, John Thomas.—May 2, 1947, at Western Suburbs Hospital (result of accident),

of 3 Portland Street, Enfield, dearly loved husband of Stella and dear father of Ron, Joan, and Marcia. (Melbourne papers please copy.)  

KERNAGHAN, Isabella.—April 30, 1947, at a private hospital, Dulwich Hill, widow of the late William Kernaghan and auntie of Nancye (Mrs. E. C. Roper, Earlwood), aged 89. Pri- vately cremated, May 1, 1947.

LANCASTER, Ripley.—May 1, 1947, at   Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, late of 80 Swanson Street, Erskineville, dearly beloved husband of Ada, and dear father of George and Grace (Mrs. J. McGuckin), aged 51 years.

LUCAS, John Walter.—May 1, 1947, at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Camperdown, dearly beloved son of William and Elizabeth Lucas, of 63 Seventh Avenue, Campsie, aged 9 years.

McALEER, Frank.—May 2, 1947 (sudden-   ly), at his residence, Menangle Park, Men- angle, aged 71 years. R.I.P.

McGUINNESS, Thomas Patrick.—May 2,   1947, at Robertson, beloved husband of Olive McGuinness and dearly loved father of Leah, Rita, Pat, Maurice, aged 41 years. R.I.P.

McINERNEY, Leila Louisa.—May 2, 1947,   at 32 Tranmere Street, Drummoyne. R.I.P.

MALONE, John Hawkes.—May 1, 1947.   First-class Constable, Safety Bureau, result   of accident at Katoomba, beloved husband of Vera Millicent Malone, of 25 Carlisle Street, Bondi, loved father of Mary Veronica and Robert John, aged 34 years. Requiescat in

pace.

MALONE, John Hawkes.—May 1, 1947,   fond son of The Hon. D. J. Malone and the late Mrs. Katie Malone, and loved brother of Kathleen (deceased), Kevin, Carlie (de- ceased), Mary, and Tom, of 58 Ramsay Street, Haberfield, aged 34 years. R.I.P.

MALONE, John Hawkes.—May 1, 1947, be-  

loved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Robert   Donald, and brother-in-law of Francis Charles     Donald, of 36 Liverpool Street, Paddington,   aged 34 years. R.I.P.

MARLIN, Georgina.—May 1, 1947, at her   residence, 2 Kenya Flats, 194 Spit Road, Mosman, widow of Francis Marlin, and dearly beloved mother of Ian (A.I.F., deceased), and     Dorothy (Mrs. R. Irving), and esteemed mother-in-law of Robert (Malaya). Melbourne    

papers please copy.

MITCHELL, Jabez.—May 1, 1947, at his residence, 124 John Street, Merrylands, be-

loved husband of Elizabeth (Bessie) and loved   father of William, John (deceased), Albert, and Percy Ernest, aged 86 years. Privately

cremated.

MOON, Herbert Charles.—May 1, at Woll-   ongong District Hospital, late of Mt. Keira, beloved husband of Annie, and dear father of Harry, George, Alma (Mrs. G. Emery), Val, Andy, Robert, Violet (Mrs. Parkinson), and Ada (Mrs. Gilliott), aged 67 years.

MORRIS, William Norman.—April 29, 1947, at Bathurst District Hospital, beloved husband of Beryl and dear father of Alan, aged 29

years.

MORRIS, William Norman.—April 29, 1947,   at Bathurst District Hospital, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Morris, of 57 Lords Place, Orange, and loved brother of Winifred (Mrs. Roser), Heather, and Jean (Mrs. Ed- wards), aged 29 years.

O'BRIEN, Clement Vincent.—May 1, 1947,   at Kogarah, of 34 Beaconfield Street, Bex- ley, beloved husband of the late Sarah O'Brien   and dear father of Clement (K.I.A., 1918), Eileen (Mrs. Howarde), and Lillian (Mrs.   Goldstein), aged 77 years. Privately cremated, May 2, 1947, Woronora Cemetery.

QUIRK, Leslie.—April 30, at his home, 21   Union Street, Windsor, beloved husband of Hettie Quirk, loved father of Les, Alma (Mrs. R. Scammell), Tom and David, late of Chel- sea, aged 63 years. Peacefully sleeping. Interred on 2nd inst., Melbourne Cemetery, Carlton.

RAMAGE, Judith Anne.—May 2, 1947, at   Wade House, Camperdown, Judith Anne Ramage, dearly loved daughter of Claude and Ida Ramage, of Challis Street, Lutwyche, Queensland, aged 4 months. Dormit in Pace.

RANDALL, George Stewart.—May 2, 1947,   at his residence, 54 Regent Street, Ryde, be- loved husband of Linda Randall, and dear father of Elsie, aged 65 years.

REIHER, Ernst R. S.—April 28, 1947, at   his residence, 9 Alma St, Hay, N.S.W. Be- loved husband of Clara and father of Mollie, Patricia, Ivan. Aged 78.

RIDGE, Gertrude Arundel.—April 26, 1947,   at private hospital, Hobart, wife of the late Fred Ridge and mother of Owen, Alice, Fred, and Bob, aged 75 years.

ROBERT, Robert.—April 2, 1947, at St.   George District Hospital, at 5 Narramore Street, Kingsgrove. Privately cremated April 30, 1947, at Woronora.

ROBERTSON, Curtis Victor.—April 7, 1947, at Yass, of "Karingal," Bowning, son of the late William and Eleanor Robertson, husband of Eva, and father of Bright, Lance, Jean,

and Mavis.

ROOKE, Ivy Effie.—April 23, 1947, at   Scone District Hospital, dearly beloved wife of Brian Rooke and loved mother of Kevin and John, aged 32 years. Interred at Scone, April 24, 1947.

RYAN, Joseph.—May 2, 1947, result of accident, late of Faulconbridge, dearly loved husband of Nora and fond brother of Eric, Kath, and Frank, aged 37 years.

SEXTON, John Thomas.—April 28, at his residence, 74 Richmond Street, Casino, aged 76 years. Interment took place in the R. C. portion of Casino Cemetery, on Tuesday last.

R.I.P.

SHANNON, Oswald Henry John.—May 2, 1947, at Ryde District Soldiers' Memorial Hos- pital, late of 18 View Street, Annandale, dearly beloved husband of Valerie Elizabeth and Loving father of Georgina and Alfred. Requiescat in pace. For funeral announcement see Monday's "Herald."  

SHARP, Emily May.—May 1, at a private   hospital, Sydney, of 16 Harrison Street, Neutral Bay.

SIM, Finlay Chalmers.—May 2, 1947, at his   residence, 14 Union Street, East Balmain (late of Eveleigh Workshops), dearly loved husband of Bessie Sim and loved father of Ettie (Mrs. Russell), and Laurel, aged 55 years. At rest.

SKINNER, Amelia Emily.—April 30, 1947,   at Sydney, Amelia Emily Skinner, beloved wife of the late Albert John Skinner of 11 Daintrey St, Manly and loving mother of Henrietta (Mrs. J. Copeland), of New Zea- land. Aged 80 years. At Rest.

Privately interred French's Forest Cemetery,     2nd inst.

STAFFORD, John.—May 1, 1947, suddenly,   at Balgowlah, late of 2 1 Railway Construction Coy., A.I.F. English papers please copy.

STEVENS, Thomas Paul.—April 28, 1947, at Katoomba, beloved husband of Annie Stevens, of Velasco, Railway Parade, Hazel-

brook, and loving father of Bert and grandpa of Dorothy, aged 86 years. Privately cremated at Rookwood April 30, 1947.

SWORDS, Herbert.—April 24, 1947, loved   husband of Elsie, late of Manorbier, Carr Street, Waverton, formerly of Moolarben, Mud- gee, in his 83rd year. Requiescat in pace.  

THOMAS, Edward.—May 2, 1947, at St.  

Joseph's Hospital, dearly loved husband of     Marion Thomas, of Canley Vale Road, Canley Vale, and loved father of Lorraine, aged 37

years.

THOMAS Edward.—May 2, 1947, late of   Canley Vale Road, Canley Vale, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, of Aus-

tinmer (late of Canley Vale) and loved brother of Myra (Mrs. L. W. Collett, deceased), Emma (Mrs. A. Young), Bessie (Mrs. F. Hatton), Edith (Mrs. F. White), Dorothy (Mrs. W. Young), Annie (Mrs. D. Downing), and Ethel (Mrs. A. Barnes), aged 37 years.

THOMPSON, Allison Emma.—May 1, 1947, at Crown Street Women's Hospital, dearly   loved wife of Bertram William Thompson, of   14a Patrick Street, Hurstville, aged 37 years.  

THOMSON, Ella.—April 14, at her home,   Neringla, Harden Road, Artarmon, second daughter of the late Rev. H. E. Thomson and Mrs. Thomson (formerly of Murrumburrah and Cooma) and dearly loved sister of Jean, Rhoda, and Edgar.

THORNE, Richard L.—May 1, 1947 (sud- denly), of 22 Kardinia Road, Mosman, beloved husband of the late Eileen Thorne, and dearly loved father of Arthur, Phyllis (Mrs. W. H.

Hilder), and Keith, and grandfather of Richard, Annabelle, and Rosemary Hilder, and Marie Thorne.  

TOMPSITT, George Fred.—May 2, 1947,   at his residence, Wollstonecraft, beloved hus- band of Lillian and loved father of George, Robert, and Harry.

TUBMAN, Walter William.—April 27,     1947, at Dubbo, widower of J. L. and father of E.A.W., of Kirrawah, Narromine, aged 72 years.  

VALENTINE, Agnes Emma.—April 28, at  

5 Strachan Street, Kingsford, beloved sister of Charity Patience Mountford. At rest.  

WATSON, William Henry.—May 1, 1947, (suddenly), at his residence, 38 Llewellyn

Street, Rhodes, W. H. Watson, M.C., late

"A" Battery, R.A.A., South Africa, and 17th     Bn., A.I.F., Gallipoli and France.    

WEINTHAL, Florence Kate.—May 2, 1947, loved wife of Fred Weinthal, of 3 Archbold Road, Roseville, and loved mother of Fred,

Ruth, and Ray.

WHEELER, Kathleen Margaret.—May 2,   1947, at her residence, 61 Jocelyn Street,  

Chester Hill, beloved wife of Albert Edward   Wheeler, and loved mother of June and Bert,

aged 30 years. At rest. For funeral notice     see Monday's "Herald."  

WILLIAMSON, Ellen.—April 26, at Calare Hospital, Orange, wife of late David William- son, of Molong, dearly loved mother of Emily and Jane (Mrs. Williams), Linda (Mrs. Thompson), Gladys (Mrs. Brooke), Gertie (Mrs. Rowe), Stella (Mrs. Smallmon), Jim, Tom, Herb, Joe, Cliff and Walter, aged 87 years. At rest.

IN MEMORIAM

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BAKER.—In loving memory of my darling   wife and pal, Emmy, who passed away May 3, 1944. Sadly missed. Inserted by her loving husband, Artie.

BARKL.—In loving memory of my dear   husband and our dad, who passed away May 4, 1934.  

We cherish still, with love sincere, Beautiful memories of one so dear.

Inserted by his loving wife, son, Jack, and daughter, Isabel (Mrs. J. McGrath).

BARNSLEY.—In loving memory of my dear   wife, Favouretta, who passed away May 4, 1945. God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart.

BARNSLEY.—In loving memory of our dar-  

ling mother, mother-in-law, and gran., who     passed away May 4, 1945.  

A loving mother, helpful and kind,

What beautiful memories left behind.

Sadly missed by Bert, Thel, Rita, Win, Mavis, Nev, Betty, Ron, Jack, Carl, Fred, Myra, Pat, Jan, Faye, Garry, and Rowan.

BLAIK.—In loving memory of our dear     father, father-in-law, grandfather, and     brother-in-law, Andrew Blaik, who passed     away May 3, 1946.

Always in our thoughts.

Inserted by his loving daughter, Lily (Mrs.   Starkey), son-in-law, Jack, grandchildren,     Eddie and Neville, and sister-in-law, Kate.    

BLAIK.—In loving memory of our dear   father and father-in-law, who passed away on    

May 3, 1946.

In tears of grief we watched you sinking,

As the lonely minutes passed;

And our hearts were crushed and broken,

As we saw you breathe your last.

So sadly missed by his loving son and grand- son, and daughter-in-law.    

BRADCOCK.—In loving memory of our dear   friend, Mrs. Bradcock, who passed away May 3, 1944. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Woolford, Newcastle.

BURNETT.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away May 3, 1946.

Just a memory, fond and true,  

To show, dear Dad, we think of you.

CAMERON.—In fond memory of my late pal, Arch, who departed this life May 3, 1946. Inserted by fond friend, Harold.  

CAMERON.—In loving memory of my mate,   Arch, who passed away May 3, 1946. Always remembered. Athol.

CASSERLY.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our loving mother, who passed away May 4, 1941.

We loved her in life; let's   Not forget her in death.

CHAPLIN.—In loving memory of my dear   husband, our dear father, father-in-law,     grandfather, Henry James, who passed away May 2, 1942. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

CLEMISON.—Sad but loving memories of   our dear mum and nana, who left us May 3, 1944. Sadly missed by Eve, Tom, and grand- son, John.

CONSTABLE.—In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Agnes Alice, who died May 4, 1926.

COOTE.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Alice, who passed away May 4, 1943. Inserted by Frank and Grace.

COSTELLO.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Nan, who passed away May 3, 1946.

What would we give to see her smile, To talk with her and laugh awhile; To be together in the same old way

Would be our dearest wish to-day.  

Inserted by her loving daughters, Ruth, Minnie, and Kath, and grandchildren.

COSTIN.—In loving memory of Douglas   Cecil, passed to the higher life May 3, 1945.

Death doth hide—but not divide,

Thou art but on Christ's other side.  

Thou art with Christ, and Christ with me, In Christ united still are we.

Inserted by his dear wife Beryl, baby son, Graeme, mother and father-in-law, Edwin, Ina,     Winnie, Lorna, and nephew, Keith.

DAVEY.—In loving memory of my darling daughter and sister, Valerie, passed away, May 3, 1946. Sadly missed by mother and family.

DODD.—In memory of our dear father,   Alfred Harrie, passed away May 3, 1946. Always remembered by Helen and Colin.

DUTTON.—In loving memory of our little nephew, grandson, and cousin, who passed away May 3, 1945. Sadly missed by all. Inserted by his grandmother, Auntie Dot, Uncle Jack, and cousins.

ELLIS.—In loving memory of a dear hus-   band and father, Cecil Francis Ellis, who passed away suddenly May 4, 1945. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

FANNING.—In loving memory of my dear   father, Thomas Michael, who passed away May 4, 1945. Sadly missed by his loving son, Tom.

FEENEY.—To the memory of Stella, wife   and pal. Only those who cared know how great the loss, how hard the road. Died May 3. Will.

FEENEY.—In loving memory of our dearest     mother, Stella Maud, who passed away May 4, 1945. Inserted by son, Vic, daughter-in-law,   Jean.

FEENEY.—Treasured memories of our dear   sister, Stella, who passed away May 4, 1945. Sadly missed by her loving sisters, Elsie and

Eva.

FEENEY.—In loving memory of dear Stella.   Inserted by Annie.

FLACK.—In loving memory of my dear sister, Edna, who passed away May 3, 1944. She lived for those and those she loved will never forget. Always remembered by her lov- ing sister, Mona, brother-in-law, Dick.    

FLACK.—In loving memory of our darling   friend, Edna May, who passed away May 3, 1944. Always a beautiful memory of one we loved so dear. Inserted by loving friends, Clinta and Bill Taylor.

FOSTER.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life May 3, 1946.

Hearts that love you never forget,

In memory, mum, you are with us yet.

Inserted by her daughters, Olga and Josie. FOSTER.—In loving memory of our dear   mother and grandma, Catherine, who passed away May 3, 1941. Inserted by Henry and Frank and grandchildren, Albert, Henry, Catherine, Noeline, and Maria.

FOSTER.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, and mother-in-law, Catherine, who   passed away May 3, 1946. Inserted by her loving son, Bert, and daughter-in-law, Mar-   garet.

FREEMAN.—In loving memory of our dear   father, George Ellis, who passed away May 3, 1946. Inserted by George and Elsie Free-

man.

FREEMAN.—In remembrance of George   Ellis, who passed away May 3, 1946. In- serted by J. D. Schale.

FROST.—In loving memory of dear dad   and grandfather, Frederick Joseph Frost.

A little token, true and tender,

Just to show we still remember. Vera, Fred, and Sylvester.

FROST.—In memory of dad and grand-  

father. We have you in memory; God has you in His care. Kath, Bill, and fam- ily.

GRIFFITHS.—Cherished memories of our   dear mum, called home May 3, 1944; also dear dad, May 8, 1945. Inserted by their loving daughters, Daisy and Ruby.

GUEST.—Beautiful memories of our gracious   mother, Myra Mylhene, who left us May 4,

1943.

I'II walk beside you thro' the passing years,   And when the great call comes, the sunset

gleams,

I'll walk beside you thro' the eventide.

Sadly missed by Thelma, Esmee, Midge, Harry (son-in-law), grandson, Ted.    

HANNA.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our dear mother, Eveline May, who departed this life May 4, 1945.

Quick and sudden was the call,

Her sudden end surprised us all;  

Only those who have lost can tell

The pain of parting without farewell. Inserted by her loving husband, daughters, and sons-in-law.

HARDING.—In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, James Ashley, who passed away May 3, 1946.

Life is empty without you.

HARDY.—In loving memory of my dear hus-  

band and my father, Henry Gathorne, who parsed away May 3, 1940. Inserted by his wife and son, Harold.

HAWKINS.—In loving memory of my dearest Pal, Dorothy who passed away May 4, 1946. Your friendship I'll never forget. Inserted by your pal, Betty.

HOOK.—In loving remembrance of our dear parents, Frank and Ellen, also sister, Jean; who passed away, mother, May 3, 1922; father, June 21, 1940; and Jean, May 12,

1941.

Time goes on, but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday. Inserted by their loved ones.

IRELAND.—Treasured memories of our mother, Selina, who fell asleep, May 4, 1946. We cherish sweet memories that are only our own; We miss and mourn you, mother, un- seen. Sadly missed by Dora, Edward, Alfred, Martha, Joyce, and families.

IRWIN.—In loving memory of our darling   mother, Bebe, who passed away May 4, 1944. Loved and missed by Thelma, Jack, and Neta.  

IRWIN.—Loving remembrance of our dear nanny, Bebe, who passed away May 4, 1944. Loved by Alvyn and Sandra.

JOHNSTONE.—In loving memory of my dear friend, Jessie, passed away May 4, 1946. Always remembered by Anne.

LANGMAN.—In treasured memory of my   dear husband, Albert Kenneth, who passed away May 4, 1944. Inserted by his loving wife, Ann.

LE CLOS.—In loving memory of our dear     mother and mother-in-law, Gertrude, who     passed away May 2, 1946. Ronald, Phillis, and baby, Kenneth.

McANALLY.—In loving memory of our dear  

husband and father, John George, who died May 2, 1946. Inserted by his wife and son, Ian.

McCALLUM.—In loving memory of our dear     husband and dad, passed away May 3, 1944. Sadly missed by his family.

McEVOY.—In loving memory of my dear   husband and our father, Austin William, who departed this life May 3, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving wife and family.

McGRAW.—In loving memory of Dudley, who passed away May 3, 1942 (result of accident).

It does not take a special day  

To bring him back to mind;

The days we do not think of him

Are very hard to find.

Inserted by brother, Alwyn, and family.

McINTYRE.—In loving memory of darling dad, who passed away May 4, 1943. Fondly remembered by his daughter, Min, and grand- daughter, Shirley.

MACDONALD.—In treasured memory of our dear little son, Stuart Ian, who fell asleep   May 4, 1941. Two little feet have gone the

way to the land beyond the stars. Never for- gotten by mum and dad.

MACKAY.—In loving memory of our dear   uncle, William James, who departed this life   May 3, 1946. Inserted by Mill, Horace, Frank, Eddie, and family.

MACRAE.—In loving memories of Kitty,     who fell asleep May 3, 1943.

In my heart your still with me, Joe.

MAHONY.—In loving memory of my be-  

loved wife and our dear mother, who passed away May 3, 1945. Inserted by her loving

husband and children.

MAUNDER.—In loving memory of our be-       loved mother, Eliza, who fell asleep May 3,  

1940.

Love lights the gloom of sorrow,

Faith sees the dawn to be

Hope waits the glad to-morrow,  

That brings us nearer to thee. Inserted by her loving children.

MEMBREY.—In loving remembrance of our   only son, Syd, aged 18 years, who passed away May 3, 1928. Always remembered by his loving mother and father.

MEMBREY.—In sad and everlasting memory   of our only brother, Syd, aged 18 years, who passed away May 3, 1928. Never forgotten by his loving sisters, Lilly, Bella, Rene, and

Effie.

MITCHELL.—In loving memory of my dear husband, Charles Crawford, and father of   Viola, who passed away May 3, 1946. Always   remembered.    

MOHR.—In sincere and loving memory of   my husband who fell asleep May 2, 1936. Inserted by his wife and family, Eileen, Glen, Samuel, Ross, and Patrick.

MOREMON.—In everlasting memory of our     dear son Sid, W.O.I., A.I.F., who died of illness at the 113th Military Hospital, Con-   cord, May 4, 1946.

We sat beside your bedside   Until the minutes passed,  

Our hearts were torn and broken

As we watched you breathe your last; Your life was one big sacrifice,

You worked so hard for those you loved. But, Sid, we still remember.

From Mum, Dad, brothers and sisters, and their families, also George and Georgie Kings

mill.

IN MEMORIAM

MORGAN.—Cherished memories ever of Ern,   my beloved husband, passed May 4, 1946.

What would I give to see him smile, To talk with him and laugh awhile; To be together in the same old way,

My constant thought, night and day. His lonely wife, Florrie.

MORGAN.—A token of love and remem-   brance of Ernest, our dear dad and grandad, passed way May 4, 1946. Never forgotten by son, Ernie, Dot, Mavis, and Ron.  

MORGAN.—In loving memory of our dear   brother-in-law, Ernest Morgan. One of the     best. Inserted by son, Dod and families.

MORGAN.—Treasured memories of a grand   person, Else. Sadly missed by Maud McCarthy   and Gran., Gert Whitehouse, Isa Fowler, and Clarice Logan.

MORGAN.—Loving memories of our dear     friend Elsie. Ever remembered by Agnes and

George.

O'BRIEN.—In loving memory of my dear     wife, Rachel Ann who passed away May 3,

1946.

God saw the road was getting rough,

The hill too steep to climb,

He gently closed her weary eyes,

And whispered "Peace be thine."

Inserted by her loving husband, Edward

(Ted).

O'BRIEN.—In loving memory of our dear     mother Rachel Ann, who passed away May 3, 1946.

We smile with the world, But we do not forget; In the garden of memories

She lives with us yet.

Inserted by her loving sons, Cecil, Bert, Harry, Reg, and Bob.

O'BRIEN.—In loving memory of Mortimer     Francis (Bunty) O'Brien, died May 3, 1946.   Remembered by Gus, Lil, and family.

O'BRIEN.—In loving memory of our dear     uncle, Mortimer Francis O'Brien, who passed   away, May 3, 1946. Always remembered by Nancy and Mal.

PALMER.—In loving memory of Alice Martha, Mum, who departed this life May 3, 1946. Ever remembered. Inserted by Lil,

May, and Bob.

PUGLIESE.—In loving memory of our dear       mother, Caroline, passed away May 4, 1940. Inserted by her loving daughter, Rita, Jack, and family.

PUGLIESE.—In loving memory of my darl- ing mother and our grandmother, Caroline,   who passed away May 4, 1940.  

Always remembered by Clorine, Abe and grandchildren.

RENSHAW.—In loving memory of my     dearest friend, Dellar Pearl, who passed away May 3, 1944.  

Deep in my heart is a memory kept, Of a pal I will never forget.

Always remembered by Wally.

RIORDAN.—In loving memory of my dear   husband, Con A., who fell asleep May 3, 1937. Forever mourning. Inserted by his lov- ing wife, Alice, and step-daughter, Lillian.  

ROSS.—In loving memory of my dear wife   and our dear mother, Margaret Madeline, who passed away May 3, 1943.

With dearest thoughts not only to-day,   But always.

Inserted by her loving husband, Dave, son, David, daughter, Margaret.

ROSS.—In loving memory of our dear sis-   ter, Margaret Madeline, who passed away May 3, 1943. Inserted by Robert, Mary, Teddy, and Teresa.

ROSS.—In loving memory of our dear sis-

ter, Margaret Madeline, who passed away May 3, 1943. Inserted by Matt, Ruby, Richard, and Marie.

ROSS.—In loving memory of our dear sister,   Margaret Madeline, who passed away May 3, 1943. Inserted by Edward and Rose.

ROSS.—In loving memory of our dear sister,   Margaret Madeline, who passed away May 3, 1943. Inserted by John and Teresa.

ROURKE.—In loving memory of my hus-

band and our father, who passed away on the 3rd May, 1946.

He is resting where the shadows fall, In perfect peace he awaits us all. Inserted by loving wife and family.

ROURKE.—In memory of my loving father   James Rourke, who passed away May 3, 1946. Inserted by his loving son, Dennis, and

Esther.

ST CLAIR.—In loving memory of Eric,   who departed this life May 3, 1942. Sadly missed by mother, dad, Corinne, Ena.

SCHOLFIELD.—To the everlasting memory of   F. O. Scholfield, Curly, accidentally killed, Nhill, May 4, 1945. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. Inserted by mum, sisters, brother, Cec, Joyce, Jean.

SEALY.—In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, Elsie Mary, who departed this

life May 3, 1937. Peace, perfect peace. In- serted by her loving husband, George, Dick and Betty.

SHOO.—In loving memory of my dear hus-  

band, Bill, died May 4, 1946. Inserted by his loving wife, Agnes, and brother, Jack.

SHOO.—In loving memory of our dear brother, William, who passed away May 4, 1946. A patient sufferer at rest. Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, Henry     and Mary.

SKILLEN.—In loving memory of our dear     sister, Sarah, who was called home May 3, 1944. Inserted by Agnes and Mal- colm.

SLOANE.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Esther Ophelia, who passed away May 4, 1945. Always remembered by her daughter, Irene, and son-in-law, Alf.      

SORELL.—A tribute of love to the memory   of my dear husband and our loving father, John Coverdale Sorell. Always in our thoughts. Ever remembered by his loving wife and children.

STUDMAN.—In loving memory of my dear mother, Phyllis Elizabeth, who departed this life May 4, 1946.

Resting beyond the sunset. Inserted by son, Charles.

STUDMAN.—Treasured memories of my  

dearest friend, Phyllis, passed away May 4, 1946. Never forgotten by F. Black.

SULLIVAN.—In loving memory of our dear dad, passed away May 3, 1945. Sadly missed by all. Inserted by his loving daughter,

Dorothy.

TERRY.—Treasured and everlasting memo- ries of my beloved grandmother, Alison Terry who fell asleep May 3, 1946.

A cheery smile, a heart of gold,

The best grandmother this world could hold; Days go by, years may pass,

But memories of you, Nan, will always last.

Sadly missed by Ena and Les.

TRINDER.—In affectionate remembrance of   our beloved mother, Hannah Trinder, who passed away May 4, 1940; also dear dad, who joined her June 15, 1940, and our brother, Fred, July 3, 1943. Sadly missed by Kit, Bess, Phil, and Bill.

He giveth His beloved sleep.  

WALTON.—In memory of 10769 Pilot-Officer     Colin Walton, missing over Burma. Remem- bered by his loved ones.  

WEST.—Cherished and everlasting memories   of my darling husband, Chris, who passed into God's keeping May 4, 1946.  

Unknown to the world he walks by my side And whispers these words; Death cannot divide;

The hands I loved are resting, The heart I loved is still;

The husband I loved so dearly is waiting for me  

Just over the hill.

I cherish the path that you trod, dear, And leave the rest to God.

Missed always by your devoted wife, Ettie. WEST.—In loving memory of our dear     brother, Chris, who died May 4, 1946, and who is sadly missed by his loving brothers and sisters, Florrie, Harry, Fred, Amie, and

little Jimmie.

The greatest gift of all—Remembrance.

WEST.—In loving memory of our dear be- loved brother, Chris, who passed away May 4, 1946. Sadly missed. A beautiful memory left behind. Inserted by Alice, Will, Amie, Walter.

WEST.—In loving memory of my dearest   uncle, Chris, whom God called home May 4, 1946.

As I love you, so I miss you,

You are ever in my thoughts.

Inserted by his loving niece, Marjorie.

WEST.—In loving memory of my dear brother-in-law and our uncle, Chris, who     passed away May 4, 1946.    

Sadly missed.

Inserted by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lewis,     nieces and nephews, Bellambi.

WIGG.—In affectionate remembrance of my loving friend, Charles William, who passed away May 3, 1946.

Alone in silence, I'll remember always,  

Time and space shall never separate us In God's loving care,  

And in my treasured memories To be united again hereafter.

Too dearly loved to be forgotten by his loving friend, Stella.

WIGG.—In memory of our friend, Charles   William, who passed away May 3, 1946.

Not to-day, but every day,   In silence we remember.

Inserted by friends, Rene and Perce.

WINDOWS.—In loving memory of our dear   wife and mother, who passed away May 3, 1946. Inserted by her loving husband and

son, Leslie.

WINDOWS.—In loving memory of our dear mother who passed away May 3, 1946. In- serted by her loving daughter, Iris, son-in-   law, Dudley.

WOODS.—In loving memory of our dear   father and grandfather, who passed away May 3, 1946. Always remembered by his son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren.    

YOUNG.—In fondest remembrance of Phyllis.     Lovingly remembered by her husband, Charles, and son, Barry, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Young and sons, Frank and Leslie.

YOUNG.—Everlasting memories of our be-    

loved daughter, Phyllis Clare, who fell asleep May 4, 1943.

You took your loveliness beyond the skies;

And grief was ours with all the bitter smarts, But fragrant love holds all the memories Of your beloved soul within our hearts;

While thru' the mist that veils your heavenly

star,

In shining peace you beckon from afar.

Lovingly remembered by her mother, father, sister, Edna, and son Barry.

YOUNG.—The passing of time will never dim the loving memories of my dear sister, Phil, who fell asleep May 4, 1943. Inserted by her loving sister, Ed.  

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ADDISON.—In loving memory of 413936   W.O. Harry Addison, killed May 4, 1944. Also   a tribute to his pilot, F. O. Syd Porter, always remembered by George, Evelyn Addison.

BALDOCK.—In loving memory of our Roy,     killed in action, May 3, 1917.

Le(s)t we forget.

Inserted by his fond mother, brothers, and sisters.

BENNETT.—In loving memory of our dear   son, George David Bennett (Mick), killed in action May 3, 1941, Tobruk.

Not a day do we forget you,

In our hearts you are always dear; We who loved you sadly miss you,

As it dawns another year.

Always remembered by his loving parents. BENNETT.—In loving memory of our dear   brother, brother-in-law, and uncle George     David (Mick) Bennett, killed in action, Tob- ruk, May 3, 1941. Always remembered by his loving brothers, Jim, Billy, Fred, and   John, sisters, Nell, Doris, Flo, Lottie, and Thelma, and their families.

BERRYMAN.—In loving memory of our     dear son and brother, James Wilfred (Tim),

died result of enemy action, Milne Bay, May 3, 1943. Inserted by his loving family.

BOURKE.—Cherished memories of our dear   brother, Pte. Frank Bourke, 17th Batt., killed   Bullecourt, May 3, 1917. Sadly missed by his sister and brothers.

COLLIER.—In loving memory of SX1013 Lieut. J. M. Collier, killed in action Tarakan,   May 3, 1945. Always remembered by May and David John.

ELLIOTT.—In loving memory of my dear       sons, Dvr. George Elliott, who left us this day May 3, 1944, age 23. Also his brother, Spr. William Mawdsley, accidentally killed November 5, 1945.

My heart still aches with sadness,

My eyes shed many a tear, God knows how I miss them

As it ends another year.

Mother.        

ELLIOTT.—To the everlasting memories of     my dear brothers Dvr. George Elliott, who died of illness, May 3, 1944, also Spr. Bill Mawdsley, November 5, 1945.

Times have changed in many ways,

But one thing changes never;

The memories of those happy days

When we were all together.

Sadly missed by their sister, Rose.

ELLIOTT.—Treasured memories of Dvr.     George Elliott, who passed away this day, May 3, 1944, also in memory of his brother, Spr. Bill Mawdsley, November 5, 1945.

Time takes away the edge of grief, But memory turns back every leaf.

Ever remembered by their brother-in-law, Alf Green.

ON ACTIVE SERVICE  

ELLIOTT.—To the ever cherished memory     of Dvr. George Elliott, who left us this day, May 3, 1944.

Sweet are the memories we hold

Of a boy we were proud to have known,

Mrs. Bennett and family of Western Aus-

tralia.

ELLIOTT.—In loving memory of my dear     friend, George, who passed away May 3, 1944. Ever remembered by Heather.

GRONO.—Pte. Colin, NX167467, died   wounds at Tarakan May 3, 1945.

A wonderful son, only lent;

One of the best God ever sent,

Sadly missed by mother, father, Ron, Beryl, Glad, Charlie, niece Jeanette, nephew Colin.

HEAGNEY.—In loving memory of NX107143   Pte. Archie (Jim) Heagney, who died of wounds on Tarakan May 4, 1945.

Deep in my heart a memory is kept

Of the one I loved and will never forget.  

Always loved and remembered by Dorothy

Parsons.

HUNTER.—Killed in action, May 4, 1945,   Tpr. William Thomas Hunter (Billy), dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, and brother Jimmy and Bobby.

We do not forget you, we do not intend,

We think of you (Billy), we will to the end. Gone, and forgotten by some you may be, But dear to our memory you always will be.

Inserted by his loving father and mother and brothers, Jimmy and Bobby.

HUNTER.—In fond memory of NX74105, Private William Thomas Hunter, killed in action May 4, 1945, at Tarakan Hill. Always remembered by Mr., Mrs. Vincent and Ernie.

LAWSON.—In loving memory of 433924   Flight Sgt. Pilot Jack Wallace Lawson, 36 Squadron, R.A.A.F., only son of Mr. and       Mrs. J. C. Lawson, Summer Hill, who lost his life air operation, Jadji, New Guinea, May 3, 1945. Always in our thoughts. Mater and Pater. Also tribute to members of the

crew.

LAWSON.—In proud remembrance of my     pal, Jack, Flt.-Sgt., 433924, R.A.A.F., who   died on active service supply dropping over Torrecelli Ranges, N.G. Always remembered,  

Vernon.  

LAWSON.—J. W. Flt. Sgt. (R.A.A.F.),

killed in New Guinea, May 3, 1945. Dearly loved pal of Peg. Remembered by Mrs. Jackson, Doris, Jen, and Reg. Always in our thoughts.

LEAVEY.—In loving memory of our dear   son and brother, P. O. Kevin Leavey, 194 Squadron, missing in Burma, May 3, 1945; also his mates, P. O. Walton and P. O. Pitten- dreigh. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Leavey and family.

McNAIR.—In loving memory of Pte. A. V. McNair, 19th Batt., killed at Bullecourt, May 3, 1917. Never forgotten by Mary Moore and his sister, Nellie.

MACDONALD.—In loving memory of NX37137, Gunner A. E. Macdonald, 2/4, L.A.A., who was killed at Lae, October 25,     1943. Remembered by sister and brother-in-   law, Clare and Stan.

MASON.—NX434818, George Robert, C.   Coy., 2/17, killed Tobruk, May 3, 1941. Fond remembrance by mam, dad, sisters, brothers.

PARKER.—William, 20343, L.A.C., No. 11   Catalina Squadron, R.A.A.F., lost in action Coral Sea, May 4, 1942, age 19½. Our dear pal and only child. Never forgotten by dad and mum, 3 Macintosh Street, West Ryde.

PEARSALL.—In loving memory of my dear   brother, brother-in-law, and uncle, Pte.     George Pearsall, killed in action at Tarakan, May 3, 1945.

Peacefully sleeping, free from pain,

In God's own time we will meet again.  

Inserted by his loving sister, Muriel, Reg, and Edith Archer.

SHEPHERD.—In loving memory of our dear   nephew and grandson, Pte. Neville Angus, NX152875, died of wounds, Bougainville, May 3, 1945.  

Many a lonely heartache, often a silent tear,

But always a beautiful memory of one we

loved so dear.   Inserted by gran, aunts Vicky, Jean.

RETURN THANKS

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Mrs. RUSSELL and FAMILY, of 51 Rose Street, Darlington, wish to THANK all relations and friends for floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their sad bereave-

ment.

The FAMILY of the late JOHN COCO desire to THANK all relatives and friends for expressions of sympathy received in their recent bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

Mrs. MINNIE WHITE and SONS, of 181 Parramatta Road, Camperdown, extend their heartfelt THANKS to relatives and friends for floral tributes, letters, cards, telegrams, dur-

ing their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.

Mr. JOSIAH WILLIAM HENRY COLYER, of Walker Street, Redfern, wishes to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for floral tributes, letters, and telegrams in his sad loss of his dear wife; also sincere THANKS to Captain Bidwell, Salvation Army, Redfern. All please accept this as my personal thanks.

Mrs. VERA MACKEY and FAMILY, of 25 Alma Road, Maroubra, wish to THANK rela- tives friends, and neighbours for their kind   expressions of sympathy in their sad loss of husband and father, William.

The BROTHERS and SISTERS of the late Herbert L. Crispe sincerely THANK all friends for their kind sympathy. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

Mrs. F. M. DAVIS and FAMILY, of Roper Street, Colyton, offer their sincere THANKS to Rev. F. Hoad, Lakemba, all relatives, friends, and neighbours for floral tributes, let- ters, telegrams, cards, and expressions of sym- pathy in the recent sad loss of their dearly beloved husband and father. Kindly accept this as personal thanks.

Mr. A. J. BATTIN and FAMILY wish to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neigh- bours for their kind expressions of sympathy tended to them in their recent sad bereave- ment at the death of their beloved wife and mother, who died April 12, 1947. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

The FAMILY of the late Mrs. GERTRUDE T. CULLEN, of 42 John Street, Petersham,

wish to THANK relatives and friends for their floral wreaths and cards, expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

Mr. and Mrs. H. CLARKE, MERYL and BERT, of 52 Undercliff Road, Harbord, wish to THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours for letters, telegrams, and expressions of sympathy in the loss of our dear son and brother, Harry; especially Sister Walsh and Messrs. O'Brien, Martin, Hampton, and Elli-  

son, of Qantas. Please accept this as our heartfelt thanks.

The RELATIVES of late WILLIAM GEORGE BRISBANE desire to express sincere THANKS for floral tributes and expressions of sym-   pathy during our recent sad bereavement.

The FAMILY of the late Mrs. FANNY CREIGHTON, of 26 Ismay Avenue, Homebush, wish to THANK their relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

The FAMILY of the late WILHELMENA ANNE WIGGAN wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for their kindness, expressions of sympathy, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.

Mr. and Mrs. QUINEY and BETTY wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their sympathy, floral tributes, and telegrams, and hope this will be accepted as personal thanks.

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Andrew. Please accept this as my personal thanks.

Mrs. L. WORDSWORTH and FAMILY, of Church Street, Newtown, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions   of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

Mr. T. E. WELLS, Mrs. W. CRAWFORD, Cooper Street, Paddington, sincerely THANK relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and kind sympathy in the sad loss of his wife and her niece, Esther Wells.

Mr. C. BURTON, of 134 Wigram Road, Forest Lodge, wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, cards, and hope this will be accepted by all as personal

thanks.

Mrs. ETHEL HEAD and FAMILY, 2 James Place, Foley Street, Darlinghurst, wish to THANK all relatives, friends, neighbours for floral tributes and cards, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

Mrs. HILDA FLORENCE EDWARDS, of 31 Carrington Road, Marrickville, and FAMILY of the late John Hanson Edwards, also his sister, Mrs. G. McMASTER, kindly wish to THANK relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent   sad bereavement.

Mrs. ALICE RICKETTS, Glebe, wishes to THANK relatives and friends for floral tri-

butes, cards, and telegrams in her recent sad bereavement. The attention and kindness of doctors, sisters, and staff of Prince of Wales Hospital will always be gratefully remembered.

Mr. WILLIAM PROCTOR and FAMILY, of   16 Lucerne Street, Belmore, wish to sincerely THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours who sent floral tributes, telegrams, cards, letters, and verbal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement of the loss of his dear wife and their dear mother.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. CHAPMAN and FAMILY, of Tempe, wish to THANK all rela- tives, friends, and neighbours for their kind   sympathy and floral tributes in their recent

sad bereavement.

The FAMILY of the late Mr. J. M. SMALL wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kindness and floral tributes in the loss

of their dear father.

Mr. GEORGE McCALLUM and FAMILY wish to sincerely THANK relatives, friends, kind neighbours, also the management and em-   ployees of A.G.L. Co. Mortlake, management     and employees of Storey's and Keers, the   M.C.C. Scottish Association, for kind expres-     sions of sympathy and floral tributes, tele-  

grams, letters, and cards sent in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

Mr. G. B. WILLIAMS and SON, of 151 Dean Street, Enfield, wish to convey their THANKS to relatives and friends for their kind sympathy and floral tributes during their  

recent sad bereavement.

JAMES BAIN, Mount Pritchard, wishes to THANK friends for their kindness and floral tributes in his recent sad bereavement.

Mrs. M. REDBURN and FAMILY wish to THANK friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Also Sister Jackson for her kind   attention to my late husband. Please accept this as personal thanks. Newcastle and Grafton papers please copy.

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. SMALL, of 8 Little Street, Camden, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their darling daughter, Lillian. Please accept this as per-

sonal thanks.

Mr. J. LEAHY and FAMILY, of 40 Blen- heim Street, Waverley, wish to sincerely THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours who sent floral tributes, telegrams, cards, and letters in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of his dear wife and their loving mother. Please accept this as our own personal thanks.

Mrs. S. MORONEY and FAMILY, Tempe Park, wish to THANK friends and relations for their kindness in their sad bereavement; also   his workmates and members 2nd 101 A.G.T.,     also Mr. Harold Yates.

Mrs. RIMMER and FAMILY, of 22 Mitchell Street, North Bondi, wish to THANK all rela- tives, friends, and neighbours for telegrams, cards, and kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their dear husband and father, Dan Rimmer.

Mr. CARYLE McKINNON and FAMILY de-

sire to THANK relatives and friends for their floral tributes, telegrams, and cards of sym- pathy in their sad bereavement in the sad loss of his dear wife and their dear mother, Harriett McKinnon. As all addresses are not known please accept this as our personal thanks.

Mr. J. N. WILSON, Mr. and Mrs. D. TROTT, Mr. and Mrs. L. BECK, Mr. and Mrs. N. WOOD, Mr. and Mrs. T. THORNTON wish to THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours who sent floral tributes, telegrams, cards, and letters in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of his dear wife and their sister-in-law,  

Winifred. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

RETURN THANKS

Mrs. F. M. JOHNSTON wishes to THANK kind friends for their kind sympathies in her

recent sad bereavement.

Mr. JAMES BAIN, of Mt. Pritchard, wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for their

sympathy and floral tributes during his recent

sad bereavement.

Mr. C. MURRAY LAFFAN, Hurstville, sin- cerely THANKS all friends for their letters,

cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in his

recent sad bereavement.

Mrs. L. DAVIS and FAMILY wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their sympathy and floral tributes during their

recent sad bereavement.

Mr. A. L. BENNETT and FAMILY, of 25 Albert Street, Forest Lodge, wish to THANK all relatives and friends and neigh- bours for telegrams, cards, and kind ex-

pressions of sympathy in his recent sad bereavement in the loss of his dearly beloved

wife, Mary Elizabeth Bennett.

Mr. J. T. LLOYD and FAMILY, Slopes Road, North Richmond, late of Arncliffe, wish to THANK kind relatives and friends for   floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards, in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of our dear mother. Will all please accept

this as our personal thanks.  

Mrs. JEANIE McCULLOCH and FAMILY, at 5 Garfield St. Carlton, wish to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives, friends, neighbours, the members of the R.S.S. and     A.I.L.A. of Kogarah and Allawah, members of       the Highland Society, Rockdale, Hurstville,   Parramatta, Petersham, Scottish Societies, and pipe bands, and Burnside Homes for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, cards, etc., in the loss of her dear husband and father, also Thanks to Rev. G. M. Scott, Kogarah Pres. Church. Please accept this as our personal thanks.

FUNERALS

SIM.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.  

Bessie Sim and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, FINLAY CHALMERS SIM; to leave his late residence, 14 Union Street, East Balmain, This After-

noon at 3 o'clock for the Presbyterian Ceme-    

tery, Field of Mars.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

59 Parramatta Road,

'Phone LA2777 (4 lines). Annandale.   SIM.—N.I.O.O.F., Loyal Pride of Annandale;          

The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are respectfully requested to attend the   Funeral of their late esteemed Member BRO. FINLAY CHALMERS SIM. For details see

family notice. E. Withers, N.G. J. Pear-

son, Sec.

THOMAS.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mrs. Marion Thomas and Lorraine are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and her loved Father, EDWARD THOMAS; to leave his late residence, Canley   Vale Road, Canley Vale, This Saturday, after

service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the    

Smithfield Cemetery.

A. F. ANDERSON, Funeral Director,

South Street,

'Phone, UU1533. Granville.

THOMAS.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of their     dearly loved Son and Brother, EDWARD THOMAS. For particulars see above notice.  

A. F. ANDERSON, Funeral Director.

GRANVILLE.

THOMAS.—Lodge Fairfield, No 454, U.G.L.,      

of N.S.W.—The Officers and Brethren of   the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother, EDDIE THOMAS. Regalia. For further particulars

see family notice.

F. WOODLEY, W.M.  

R. G. HATCH, P.M., Sec.  

THOMPSON.—The Relatives and Friends of    

Mr. B. W. Thompson, of 14a Patrick Street, Hurstville, are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife, ALLISON EMMA THOMPSON; which will leave the Methodist Church, The Avenue, Hurstville, This Saturday, after service commencing at 1 p.m., for the Methodist Cemetery, Worono-

ora.  

J. and C. HARDY, A.F.D.A.,       ROCKDALE and HURSTVILLE.

THOMPSON.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. E. Arkinstall, of 14a Patrick Street,

Hurstville, are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Daughter, ALLISON EMMA THOMPSON. For further particulars see

family notice.

J. and C. HARDY, A.F.D.A.      

THOMPSON.—The Relatives and Friends of  

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thompson, of 69 Houston Road, Kingsford, are invited   to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Daughter-in-law, ALLISON EMMA THOMP-     SON. For further particulars see family notice.

J. and C. HARDY, A.F.D.A.      

THORNE.—The Funeral of the late RICH-  

ARD LOVERING THORNE, of 22 Kar- dinia Road, Mosman, will leave our Funeral Home, corner Miller and Falcon Streets, North Sydney, This (Saturday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.  

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

NORTH SYDNEY and ASHFIELD.

'Phone, XB1109 and UA1143. TOMPSITT.—The Funeral of the late  

GEORGE FRED TOMPSITT will leave his late residence, 16 Gillies Street, Wollstone-

craft, This Day, after service commencing at 11.15 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs    

Crematorium.

ERNEST ANDREWS,

Chatswood. JA2834.

WEINTHAL.—The Funeral of the late Mrs.   FLORENCE KATE WEINTHAL will leave St. Barnabas' Church, Macquarie Street, Chats-

wood, This Saturday, after service commencing   at 1.45 p.m. for Northern Suburbs Crema-    

torium.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED, SYDNEY and CHATSWOOD. 'Phone, M4611 and JA1065.

WOOD.—The Remains of the late Mrs.   AUGUSTA EMILY WOOD were en-   trained at Central Station on Friday at 8.30 p.m., to Forbes, for interment on Sun-     day, at 2 p.m., in the Church of England  

Cemetery, Forbes.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED,   SYDNEY and SUBURBS.

'Phone M4611.    

A REQUIEM MASS for the repose of the

Souls of the faithful departed whose bodies are interred in the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, and Necropolis Extension will be celebrated in the Mortuary Chapel, Rookwood, Tuesday next, at 9.15 a.m.    

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