ADAMS (nee Bridgman)-November I0_ at Mater prUate hospital, North Csdney, to June and Tony-a son (Qeof ley Ross)
BATCHELOR.-November 11. at Pacl
t Private Hospital, Brighton, to eatrlcer and Don-% daughter (Chris- tino Ellen).
BLAKE.-November 8. Englewood Hos- pital. Burwood, to Loma and Les-a son (PVteT Alan)
BRIGGS.-November 1, at Carinya, Chatswood, to Reg and Edna-a son (.tlllbom). -
BURY (ne« Weigall)-November IO. at Canberra Community Hospital, to Anne and Leslie-a son (Nicholas Ernest)
EADES (nee Goddard) -November 11 at Rosslyn Private Hospital, Arncliffe, to Elva and Ron-a son (Graham Ron- ald) Both well
HEFFORD (nee Bush) -November 12 at Bethesda to Con and Cyril-a daugh- ter (Christine Nellie). ,
McKIBBIN-November 6 at Bathurst District Hospital to Mr. and Mrs J, McKlbbln-a daughter.
MOORE-November IO, to Mr and Mrs W. R D. Moore, of Neutral Bay
SPRING.-November 13, at
Honans privaba hospital, to Mr and Mm David Spring-a daughter (Diana
BANNISTER-STILWELL -The En-
gagement Is announced of Pamela, only daughter of Mr and Mrs O Stilwell of Mosman to Maxwell only son of Mr and Mrs W H Bannister, of Nyngan.
KIRBY-BROWN -The Engagement Is announced of Eleanor (Nella) only daughter of Mr and Mrs D J Brown of.Burwood, to Ronald Arthur onlj son of Mr. and Mrs A W Klrbs, of Con-
.HODGSON-CRANE_September 27, at Our Lady of Dolours', Chatswood, by Father Leo Murphy Mary second daughter of Mr and Mrs O W Crane, Brewarrina to Bruce second son of Mrs
g Hodgson, Netherbes. Walgett_
WAINWRIGHT-MAUDSON. -Novem ber 14, 1925, at All Souls' C of E , Leichhardt, by Rev. R. B. Robinson, Stanley to Dorothy. Present address. 54 Belemba Avenue, Lakemba
WHITBREAD-MARSDEN. - November
14, 1925 at St. Aiden's, Annandale, by Canon Rook, Dolph to Elsie. Present address, 25 View Street, Annandale.
WEBSTER-JOY. - November 14, 1900,-at All Saints Church, Petersham, by Rev. R. E Goddard, William Web- ster, ef Chesterfield, England, lo Jessie Ann Joy, of Stanmore, Sidney, present address, Flat 2, 29 Grantham Street, Burwood.
7, WINN-SMITH".-:November 14. 1900,
at - Auburn Baptist Church, by Rev A. J. Waldeck (DD). Frederick Wil- liam, to Florence Thlrza, present address. 39 Ryde Road, Psmble
-.BANF1ELD, Albert Henry.-November t, 1950, at Glen Innes, dearly loved .iather of Gwen Erica (Mrs Hart Siarih), Marcia (Mrs R Hoyle), George,
rid deer grandfather of Barry, Terence, Paul. Richard. Darrell, Oarry, Gregory, and Marilyn, aged 84 years
BAYLIS, Arthur Charles Leitch - November 11, 1950, at his residence, 7 Wheeler Parade,
DeeWhy, aged 76 years. Privately cremated
BLIGH, William O'Connell -Novem- ber 13, 1950, at Lewisham Hospital, late of Blackheath, loving brother of Mrs. A R Oakes, of Epping, and great-grandson of the late Vice-Admiral William Bligh, aged 91 years
BRADSTOCK, Lucy Maria.-November 13. 1950, at her residence, 11 Seymour Street. Croydon Park, relict of Herbert Henry, and dear mother of Harry. Pat Keith-, Nancy, Frank, and Ethel, aged 71 years
BRINGOLF, Allan James - November 13, 1950, at Repatriation General Hos- pital, Concord, late of 27 Walter Street,
Willoughby, beloved husband of Mona and loving daddy of John and Peter, aged 42 years. R.I.P.
, CARETA Thomas Joseph.-November 'j ' 13, '1950. at his residence, .31 Bellevue
. Street, Parramatta, dearly beloved hus i| , band of Elizabeth Carey and loved father ¡I I of Tom and Nora, and dear brother of ¡I ? Sarah Augustus and Margaret Carey,
i ; aged 86 year». RIP.
, i COLLOPY, Edmund Bertrand. - j | November 9, 1950 (suddenly), of 116 I, Murriverie Road. North Bondi, loved i, I brother of James (deceased), John I (deceased), Nellie (Mrs J. Byrne), Annie Ml (Mrs P. Ryan), and May (Mrs J j < Ryan), aged 56 years Requlescat in I , pace Privately interred. South Head 1 Cemetery, on November 13, 1950
Í I COUGHLAN. William Kershaw.-Nov
l smber 13, 1950. at Sydnes. beloved )\ father of Charlie, Jerry. Trank, Tom.
»I and Jack. At rest
1 CBANE, Margaret (Orelia).-November i i 11, 1950, at a private hospital, Strath
y, field.date of 17 Selborne Street Bur , JI wood, widow of the late Howard W
t Crono and loved mother of Jean and ti Donald, mother-in-law of Phillis, grand-
mother of Marjorie Allan, and Edwin, >' sister 'of Janet (Mrs. W F Lockert,
deceased). Marion (Mrs. G ,W. Paterson), - Jean (Mrs R. G. Lockert). Anne (de-
ceased), Erna (Mrs A H Pead), ond , Archibald Core. Privately cremated 13th i instant
DAVIS, Joseph Williams.-November 12, 1950, at his residence, No. 6 Walker Avenue, Haberfield, dearly loved son of the late Harry and Rhoda Davis. At
rest. Privately cremated November 13,
J, ji - DAWE, Eroeat Robert.-November 13, II 1950, at Berrima District Hospital, late I' of-Burraneer Bay Road and late Post .1 master of Caringbah, and Lleutenant
,, I Colonel, formerly of 55th Battalion, i, A.I F., dearly beloved husband .of Flo ] renee Daw«, aged 62 years. At rest
, See. Wednesday'» "Herald" for funeral
I DAWSON, Martel JSBe.-November I 10, 1930, at a privat« hospital. Crc ,i i nome, late of Springwood, widow of ". Thomas Robert Dawson, dearly loved i l mother of Kingsley and Noel Peter, aged
' 80 sears Privately cremated
», DUNLEAVY, Catherine Frances.-No ?*l vcmber 13, 1980. at her daughtei's resl > : dence. Roslin, Franklin Street. Leura, 1 f| widow of the late James Dunlcavy, of I! ; Concord, and loving mother of Thomas f James (deceased). John (deceased). Rev.
i Father Terence Dunleavy (deceased),
Eileen (Mrs. A. J. Mahoney), and Kath i '? leen (Sister Mary Celestino, deceased), I >i aged 79 years Requlescat In pace
I ', EMERY, Catherine Mary.-November <i v 13 1950. of 48 Keira Road. West Wol- li longoug. beloved mother of Margaret , ! (Mrs J. A Soott). aged 62 years
i I FENNESSEY, John.-November 11, '' 1950, Inte of West street. North Sydney.
,' i Privately Interred
I'I1 FINLAY. Ethel May.-November 11, I "1P5Q. at her residence, 1 rindlay Avenue,
. Roseville loved wife of Garnet Finias, I j mother of Eric Campbell, John, Glen,
I Hazel (Mrs Gordon), Nancy (Mrs Slotcr.
New Zealand) aged 71 sear» Privately 1 cremated Northern Suburbs, November
i GIBBS. Katherine.-November 13,
i 1950. at Sacred Heart, Hospice, Katherine > Gibbs. formerly of Roslyn Gardens
i Requlescat in Pace
' CRACK, Alfred-November 13 1950
at hospital, dearly belo« ed-husband of Edith Grace, of 25 Marana Road. Earl l ?0Pd, loved father of Alfred ond Gcr \ . uvfe (Mrs. W. Pike), and father-in-law , t el Nellie and Wilfred, aged 74 sears
< ', ,. GREEN. Diana.-November 13 1950. li i ef 50 -Egan Street, Now town, relict of ii George, and loved mother of Ethel ] j (Mr« -Allison) and Alfred, aged 83 j years. * At rest.
i HALL, Harry John.-November 12, h 1950, of 39 Kembla, street, Enfield, bc i Î loved husband of the late Anne HaU and A . loved father of Frank Percival, aged ii B3 year«.
f\i n\RT, Ebie Muriel.-November 12, + ; 1850. result of an accident, late of 43
Spencer Road, Killara, loved sister of I i| lavington, Jean, and Vero Hort, and
, ', Hilda Simons.
' » HEGARTY, Norman Downend.-Nov-
ember 13, 1950 at Cowes, Victoria late
I I of Sydney, dearly bolo« ed husband of ! , Eva and father of.Estelle (Mr« Owen I ' * Allan) and Leonard, aged 74 years
1 HODSON, Evelyn France«.-November
13 1950, at her residence 30 Fairy i . Bower Road, Manly, beloved wife of
1 Benjamin Nelson Hodson, and loved i mother of Selwyn Vaneo and Ronald, of I .Wollongong Requlescat in pace
ISAKSEN - Clive Patrick-November 13 1950, at Orange, loving son of Mr and Mrs O H Isakscn, of 61 Ernest Street, Crow's Nest, and dear brother of
Neville, Ronald, Brother Edwin (Marist Bros., Kogarah), Margaret, and Marie,
aged 19 sears RIP
KELLY, Hugh.-November 11. 1950, ,i at Strathfield, relict ot tho late Mars h Kelly and loved father of Cecils, Mary, i, Owen aged 85 years RIP
KIRBY, Laban.-November 13, 1950.
at a private hospital, Gordon beloved husband of Unie and loved father of
Doris (Mrs. Croft), and Beatrice (Mrs Laurie)
LAURIE, James Pathan,-November
, ' 13 1850 at a private hospital Chats-
wood, beloved husband of Marjorie
I . LAURIE, James Pathan-November li 13. 1950 at a private hospital. Cliats K 51 wood, loved father of Annie (Mrs ¡¡I Curtis) Marjorie (Mrs Melville), Roma (if (Mrs O'Brien), and Jones (England).
!,¡- LAURIE, James Pallor._November
13, 1950, at a prívalo hospital, Chats «' wood, brother of Andrew, Margaret and Ii I: Nanto (Philippine Islands), brothcr-in
"8 law of Bessie and Gordon Ferguson, and ii uncle of Marjorie and John
LINIGEN, Mary.-November 13. 1950. at Hornsby District Hospital, late of Station Street, Pymble, dearly loved wife
of Sydney Walter Linigen and dear mother of Dorothy (Mrs. Jones).
1 i LYNCH, Bernard Thomas.-November
j 10, 1950, at Lewisham Hospital, late Ii of 26 The Drive, Concord West, beloved
Si husband of the late Bridget Mary Lynch ?' arid dear father of Molly (Mrs S .1 Pcllord), and Vonnlc (Mrs V. Dc s Mlchtcl), fond brother of Rose (Mrs.
J W - Higgs), aged 74 sears Requlescat
I In pace
[ McKAY (Salmon), Mary An».-No\cm E ber li, 11150, at her daughters iesl Í dencb 3 Sea«lew Street, Randwick, lov ! lng mother of Bert (1st A IF de ' ceased), and Glud«s Salmon and Ossie i McKay, ond beloved daughter of the ?< late David and Sarah Merrick, of King H Street, Ssdncy and loved sister of Ro I bert, csed 78 years Privately lnterrvd Id at Church of England Cemetery, Rook i* wood, 13th Instant
'. McklNNON, Christina -November 13, 1 1950, .at her residence, Sofala Avenue,
, Lano Cove
MARR, Victor Henry.-November 13,
1950, at his residence, 49 Coogee Bay Road, Randwick, dearly beloved husband of Elsie and loving father of Verne (Mrs .Geoff Smith), aged 53 years.
MARR, Victor Henry.-November 13, 1950, at his residence, 48 Coogee Bay Road, Randwick, dearly beloved son of Mrs F. Marr and brother of Norman, Cleve (deceased), and Sylvia (Mrs Few-
MARR, Victor Henry.-November 13, 1950, at his residence. 49 Coogee Bay Road, Randwick, dearly beloved father of Verna and father-ln-law of Geoff Smith.
MAYNE, Eric.-Novcmbct 11. 1950, at
hospital late of Alcxonder street, Ava- lon Beech beloved husband of Grace and loving father of Ronald, aged 36 5 curs. At rest.
MOXON, Henry Party.-November 13, 1950 at hi» son's residence. 25 Loudon Avenue. Haberfield, husband of the late Ellen Mary, loved father cf Percy, Bert. Alma (Mr». D. Roach), Emily (Mrs. Neale). Louisa (Mrs. Ratline). Edith (Mrs. Gibson). Johanna (Mrs. F. Roach), and John, aged Bl years. See Wednesday'» "Herald" for funeral notice.
Milli, Henor Ellen.-November 13. 1950. at her residence, 59 Imperial Avenue. Bondi, dearly loved sister and elster-ln-law of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rus- sell (Denistone), and dearly loved aunt of Dr. and Mrs. F. Morrison and family, of Teralba, Mr. and Mr». W. Clarke, of Kieta. Bougainville, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Russell and family, of Denistone.
MUIR, Honor Ellen.-November 13. 1950, at her residence. 59 Imperial Avenue. Bondi, dearly loved elster of Margaret (Mrs. Foster, of Melbourne), Mary (Mrs. Storle, of Denistone), Jane (Mrs. A. Russell, of Denistone), Wini- fred (deceased), and Charles (deceased). See Wednesday1» "Herald" for Funeral
MYNETT, Josephine Ellis.-November 12, 1950, at her home. 24 Military Road. Merrylands, relict of William Folles, and dearly loved mother of Leonard (Wind- sor), Charles (deceased), and Edgar (Stockton), and loved mother-in-law ol Lynda, Ivy. and Leila, and fond grand- mother of Beverley, Margaret, Peter, and Jacqueline, aged 71 year». Safe* In Cod's keeping ,
MYNETT, Joséphine Elisa.-November 12, 1950, dearly loved sister of Jessie, and loved ount of Ernie and Dorrie. Jessica and Jo, Jack and Ivy. Bill and
O'BRIEN, Philip.-November 13, 1950, at the residence. 28 Eastbourne Avenue, Clovelly, beloved husband of Honorah Chrieslc. dearly loved father of Eileen Rose, Monica Man'. Joan Theresa (Mrs. Bronson), fond father-in-law of Percy Bronson, and grandfather of Allan and Brian, aged 66 years. RIP.
ORMISTON. William Faulkner.-Nov- ember 13, 1950, The Rocks, Cowra, aged 80 years
REEVES, Edwin Leslie (Bob).-Novem bei 13. 1950, at a private hospital. Waverley, dearly beloved husband of Bessie Reeves, of 60 Mackenzie Street, Waverley, aged 38 years. Seo Wednes- day's "Herald" for Funeral notice.
RICHARDSON, Robert.-November 10, 1950, at a private hospital, Newport, late of Strathfield and Palm Beach, be- loved husband of the late Nessie Richard- son and loving father of Harold, Gordon, father-in-law of Susan, Clare, and grand- father of Elma and Robina, and great grandfather of Bruce, in his 90th jear. Privately cremated Rookwood, 13th lnat.
KOWNTBEE, Jame«.-November 13. 1950. suddenly, at Blackheath, formerly of Lugarno Parade, Lugarno, beloved hus- band of Sarah Ann Rowntree. and fond father of Elisabeth (Mrs. Wolf), beloved grandfather of Ron, aged 75 years.
SAUNDERS, William John_Novem- ber 12. 1850 at Sydnoy Hospital. Wil- liam John Saunders, of 131 Gloucester Street, city, dear brother of Sister Mary Josepha (Little Company of Mary), aged 42 years. Requlescat in Pace.
SEWELL. William Wallace_Novem- ber 13. 1950, beloved husband of Earoh Elizabeth (deceased) and loving father of Henry (deceased). Fred, Nellie (de- ceased). Tom, Ethel (Mrs. Webster), Bill, Thelma (Mrs. Bentley), Gladys (Mrs. Morgan), Doris (Mrs. White), Grace (Mrs. Smith), Amy (Mrs. Clark), Allan, Shcelah (Mrs. Nash), and Ray, aged 77 years. Requlescat in pace.
SMITH, Mary Ellen.—November 11, 1950, at her residence, 36 King Street, East Lakes, widow of the late William Smith, and dearly beloved mother of Billie (deceased), Kate (Mrs. Cassell), Vincent, and Mary (Mrs. Mellon), and fond mother-in-law of Charles (deceased), Bertha, and Frank. Privately interred at Rookwood on November 13, 1950.
TWOMET, Edward John.-November 13, 1850, at his residence, 3 Pine Street, Marrickville, beloved brother of Maud, Pearl, Alma, and Reginald. At rest.
WASS, Rachael Cerdukes--November 10, 1950, at her daughter's residence, 63 Quinton Road, Manly, beloved mother of Beatrice (Mrs. Holder) and Keith, of South Australia. Privately cremated 11th instant.
WEBB. Annie.-November 11. 1950, at 31 Albert crescent. Burwood, widow of Samuel William Webb, of Glenbrook. Pri- vately cremated 13th November 1950.
WEEKS, Albert Horace.-November 13. 1950, at hospital, of l8 Elizabeth Street, Ashfield, dearly beloved husband of Ethel May and loving father of Gerard, Albert, and Iris, and dear brother of Mary Sullivan. Requlescat in pace._.
ADAMS.-In sad but loving memory of Ernest Arthur (Jack) Adam«, who passed away November 14. 1949. result war In- juries. Inserted hy his loving father, Frank Adams. Perth, W.A.
ADAMS.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Jack, who fell asleep November 14, 1949. at 113th A.O.H., Concord.
Rest, dearest Johnnie, peacefully rest;
They miss you most who loved you best. Always remembered by his mum and step-dad, sisters, Nell, Ruth, Beryl, brother, Frank, brothers-in-law. Tom, Ken. Ralph, sister-in-law. Muriel.
ADAMS.-In loving memory of our dear brother. Jack, passed away No- vember 14, 1949. Not forgotten by Nellie. Frank. Ruth, and Bery!.
BAER.-in memory of my dear mother, Eva Baer. who died November 14, 1S46. Loved and remembered by her loving »on. Wally, daughter-in-law. Heather, and grandchildren.
BARRATT.-To the memory of my dear husband, who pissed away Novem- ber 14. 1849. suddenly.
Time lakes oway the edge of griff. But memory turns back every leaf.
To be together In the same old way
Would be our deareit wish to-day. ' Looking back with memories
And the weary path you trod,
I bles» tile years I had with you, I And leave the rest to God.
Inserted by his loving wife.
BOARDMAN,-In treasured memory of my beloved wife and our darling mother. Lydia Elizabeth, who passed away Nov- ember 14, 1948,
So »hall your loved ones' love keep you
Speaking your name with tenderness and
Knowing that though your mortal self
While we remember you, you have not
Inserted by her husband, Basil, and daughters. Lilla and Enid.
BROUN.-In ever loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother. Eliza Marlon (Lui), who passed away November 14. 1937. Inserted by her hUBband, Alex, and family.
BUNSELL.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Emily, who passed away on November 14, 1949. Inserted by Fred, Violet, Enid, and
' BURKE.-In- loving memory of my dear husband. James, who passed away November 14. 1949. Sadly missed by his loving wife, Mary.
BURKE.-James, passed away Novem- ber 14, 1949. Sadly missed by son,
CAMPBELL.-Fond memories of my dear wlfo and mother, who died Novem. ber 14. 1944. Inserted by her loving husband and sons. Colin. Gary.
CAMPBELL.-In loving memory of dear mum. who passed away November 14. 1944. Auds, Jack and Gary.
CLARKE.-A tribute of loving memory to May Clarke, who passed away Nov- ember/44, 1936. Alwaia remembered by her loving fomily.
COOMBES.-In loving memory of my dear wife Margaret Ellen, died 1948. Absent from the body, present with the Lord. Inserted by Colin.
COOMBES.-Loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Mar- garet Ellen, passed away November 14,
The dearest and best:
A silent sufferer at rest.
Sadly missed by Ruth, Syd, and
COOMBES.-In loving memory of our dear mother and mother-in-law, Mar- garet Ellen, who departed this life November 14, 1948.
Not Just a thought for to-day. But a loving memory always.
Inserted by her daughter, Lilly, and son-in-law. Jack.
COOMBES.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Margaret Ellen, who passed away November 14, 1948. Sadly missed by her daughter, Ellen, and son-in-alvv,
COOPER.-In loving memory of my brother, Jack, who passed away Novem- ber 14, 1948. Always remembered by his brother. Bert, and family.
CROW.-Fondest memories of my dear father. Herbert Laidlaw, died November 14. 1947. Inserted by Lionel.
CROWE.-In loving memory of my friend, Ethel, who passed away Nov- ember. 14. 1043. Always remembered by
DENNY.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, who passed away November 14, 1946. Always re- membered by his loving wife and family, grandchildren.
DEVER.-Treasured and loving memo- ries of my only daughter, Olga, passed away seven year» to-day, November 14.
DSVER.-Sweet memories of a darling daughter and pal Olga Mary, who passed away November 14, 1943. Always remem.
DEVER.-Sweet memories of my little niece, Olga, passed away November 14, 1943. Inserted by her Uncle Harold, Aunty Glady, and cousins, Glady, Ron,
Alf. and Judy.
FITZGERALD.-William, passed away November 14. 1946. Remembered by hi» wile, son. Frank, and family.
FLATMAN.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Alex, who passed away
I mia» you. Alex, I always will.
But in my heart you are with me still. Always remembered ? by his loving
FOWLER.-Maxwell Ross, beloved son of Selma and Jock Fowler, of Punch- bowl, who departed this life November 14. 1949. Always remembered by his mum, and. Keith. Jack, Enid and
GENTILE.-m loving memory of my dear husband (Thomas Henry), our father, father-in-law, and grandfather, who passed «way November 14, 1840.
He has him in Hu. keeping. Wo have him in our hearts.
GENDLE.-In loving memory of dear dad, Thomas Henry, who passed away, November 14. 1949. Always remem- bered by Jack. Clarry and family.
GRAHAM.-In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away November 14, 1943,
Till memory fades and life departs, You will live forever in - our hearts. Sadly missed by her loving husband and family. Ruby and Tony, Bill and Win, Bert, Amy and grandchildren.
GREIG.-In memory of our dear mother, passed away November 14. 1943, Florence Eva, aged 67. Inserted by Dor- othy, John, Ettie and Carl.
GRIDLEY.-In memory of our dear mother, who died November 14. 1939. Sadly missed by her loving daughters,
Jennie and Gloria.
HANNAU.-Fondest memories of Norma, who passed away November 13, 1947. Remembered by Jack.
HAZLETT.-In loving memory of our beloved parents, called home; father, George, November 14. 1940: mother, Mary, November 28. 1925. Always re- membered bv son. Will, daughter, eira.
HINDU.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our lend mother. Ethel Muriel, who passed away November 14, 1949. At rest. Inserted by her loving husband and family.
IN MEMOtUAM "" "
RODDER-Grant. . In remembrance ' of-Grant, who will bat «1th us always. Allon and family.
HODDER.-Time passes, but memor- ies remain of a good pal. Grant, who passed away November 14. 1949. Sadly missed by his mate».
HOOWORTH.-Iii loving memory of my dear wife. Molly, who passed this mortal life November 12. 1947. Ever present ar» the brightest memories of our darling Mummle. Inserted by her loving husband, Henry (Dad), and daughter, Dolly, Requlescat In pace.
HUSBAND.-Treasured memories of our darling Roslyn, whom God called home November 14. 1848. Always re- membered by mum and dad.
KELLEHER,-In loving memory of our dear mother Margaret, who passed away November 14, 1949.
A wonderful mother, good and kind, Her equal on earth will never find. For all of us she did her best.
Please God, grant her eternal rest.
Always remembered by her loving daughters and son, and daughter-in-law, May, Annie, Michael, and Lou.
KELLEHER.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who de- parted this life November 14, 1949.
For each of us she did her best. God grant her eternal rest.
Inserted by her loving son, Thomas, and grandsons, Tom, Teddy, and wife, Val, and baby Jeff.
KELLEHER.-In loving memory of my dear mother Margaret Kelleher, who de- parted this life November 14. 1949. Sleep on dear mother, gently sleep.
They miss you most who loved you best. In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same.
Inserted by her loving daughter, Mar- garet Rippingale and family, also grand-
KELLEHER.-To have dear Nan, in the same old way, would, be our dearest wish to-day. Fond memories, grand- children, Hilda, Alex, great grand- children, Betty and Ray.
KELLEHER.-In loving memory of our dear grandmother. Margaret, who passed away November 14, 1949.
We think of you in silence,
With a heart that is sincere, And cherish all the memories
Of days when you were here.
Always remembered by her loving grandchildren, Mary, Winifred, Shirley, Victor, and great-children.
KYNEUR.-Loving memory of our mother, Mary Ann, died November 13,
Though we are parted, dear mother,
Our thoughts: of you are still In our
Inserted by Elizabeth, Annie, grand-
LANG.-In loving memory of our be- loved father and grandfather, Theodor Lang, who passed away November 14,
LEVY.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Alma Evelyne, who passed away November 14, 1949. Always remembered. Inserted by loving husband.
LORIMER.-In loving memory of our dear - brother. Billy, who passed away November 14, 1947. Treasured memories ore all we have left of the one we loved dearly and will never forget. Sadly missed by his brother. Jim. and sisters, Jen and Cls, and friends. Jack and
MACKAY.-In loving memory of our darling wife and mother, who passed away November 14, 1947. Always remem- bered by her loving husband and baby
MORRISON.-Fond memory of our dear mother. Isabella Morrison, passed away November 14. 1948.
PAGE.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Lucy May. who passed away Nov- ember 14, 1949. Inserted by her loving husband and daughter», Eileen, Edna, and
PEARCE.-Treasured memories ol my dear husband and our father, who passed away November 14, 1930.
Your face is always before us,
Youl- voice we will never forget. Your »mile will linger forever,
In memory we »ee you jot.
Inserted by his wife, Ethel, and children, Joe, Cecil, and Jean, and
PIGGOTT.-In loving memory of dad, Bert, who passed away November 12, 1946, Always remembered by his loving wife and family.
POWTER.-Richard, passed away November 14. 1948. Always remembered by a loving wife and son.
READ.-In affectionate memory of our dear one, Ronald Leo Read, who passed away suddenly, at Vaucluse. November 14, 1949. Inserted by his sorrowing wife and children
READ, - Loving memory of our eldest son, Ron. Though lost to sight, to memory dear. Inserted by his fond parents, T. C. and M. Read.
READ.-Loving memory of our dear brother. Ronald Leo, who passed on Nov- ember 14, 1949. Gloria and Ellis Rippon.
.READ.-In loving memory of Ron, my eldest brother, died November 14, 1949. Inserted by Max Read,
RICHARDSON.-Memories of our dear mother, who passed away November 13, 194D. Inserted by George and family. Fred and family, and Francis.
SAUNDERS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father and grandfather, Reginald Charles, passed away November 14, 1946. In- serted by hi» loving wife, Charlotte, son, Reg, daughters, Doris and Marge, grand- children. Faye and Margaret Weston.
SCARD.-In loving memory of our darling Eileen, passed away on Novem- ber 14. 1945.
God alono knows how we miss you,
None can take your place in our hearts, But Ho in His wisdom knew best.
May He grant you eternal rest.
Inserted by her parent», brothers. Will and Keith, sister. Kathleen, sisters-in law. Eileen and Kit. nieces. Joy and Patricia, nephew. Pat.
SIDDEN8.-In loving memory of my dear husband and father. Earnest, who Ka_ed away November 14, 1949. Inserted y lils loving wife and son, Graeme.
TIBBETTS_Loving memories of our dear nclce and cousin. Norma Ruth, accidentally killed November 14, 1949.
Silent thoughts sweet and tender. Just .to 6how we still remember.
Inserted by auntls Flo, uncle Herb. Val, Eva, Pat, Joy, Dot, Rhonda, and
WALLACE.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Emily, died November 14,
Often a lonely heartache. Often a silent tear.
Loved, remembered, longed for always.
Loving husband, Hughie.
WALLACE.-lu fond memory of our loving daughter. Emily, who died Nov- ember 14. 1941.
Till memory fades and llfo departs, You will live forever In our hearts.
Inserted by her mum and dad. Ida and John Evans.
mum. Sadly missed by Meg and Sam.
ZIKMAN.-Treasured memories of our darling daughter, Valerie (Beauty), sister, granddaughter,- and great-granddaughter, who fell asleep November 14, 1946.
May the lresh winds blow softly
On that sweet and hallowed spot.
Where our darling Beauty lies sleeping,
Too dearly loved to be forgot.
Inserted by mummy, doddy. Allon, and grandparents._
ON ACTIVE SERVICE
SIIOBE.-In memory of our dear brother and uncle, NX58605, Cpl. George Robert, died November 13. 1943. Thai- land. Always remembered. Fred and Birdie and family.
WHEELER.-In loving memory of our darling daddy. NX91786, Cpl. Keith Wheeler, passed away Balikpapan, Nov- ember 14, 1945.
It does not need a special day to
bring you to our minds.
llie days we do not thin«: of you
are very hard to find.
Loved always by Ann, Billy, also
Street, Brisbane, wishes to THANK all kind friends who assisted so kindly In arranging funeral of her late sister. Margaret Budden, and for floral tributes, cards, telegrams, etc. Please accept this as personal thanks.
MRS. D. DOWNEY, SON and DAUGH- TER-IN-LAW wish to return THANKS to relatives, friends and neighbours for their floral tributes, letters, cards, and telegrams received in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
ANSCHAU.-The Funeral of the late
ALBERT WILLIAM ANSCHAU is appointed to leave our Chapel, 177 Church Street. Parramatta, This Tues- day, at 9.45 a.m., for the Crematorium at Rookwood.
METCALFE and MORRIS PTY. LTD.,
A.F.D.A.. Parramatta. UW8891.
BALE.-The Relatives and Friend» of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bale and Family, Mr. Riid Mr». C. Holt and Family, Mr«. M. Peters. Betty and Jimmy Bale and Mrs. A. Wilkinson are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Mother, Mother-in-law. Grandmother, and Stster-ln-law, ROSE MARY BALE: to leave her late residence, 97 Mort Street. Balmain. This Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the catholic Cemetery, Field of Mar». By request no flowers. MOTOR FUNERALS LTD., A.F.D.A.,
93 Victoria Road, Rozelle.
Tele.. WB1141._ BAYLIS.-A Private Service for the
late Mr. ARTHUR CHARLES LEITCH BAYLIS, of 7 Wheeler Parade. Deewhy, was held in tho Chapel at
BLIGH.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late WILLIAM O'CONNELL BLIGH, of Blackheath, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave St. Alban's Church, Epping, This Day, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cem- etery, Rookwood. A Service will be held prior to departure.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,-A.F.D.A.,
30 City.Road, Sydney. . M6277. M6278. M6270. M6270.
BRADSTOCK.-The Relatives and
Friends of the" late LUCY MARIA BRADSTOCK arc kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to"leave Leslie S. Andrews' Chapel, 319 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, To-morrow. (Wednesday), after Service commencing at 10 a.m.. for Rookwood
LESLIE S. ANDREWS.
Opp. Presbyterian Church. UA1025.
BRINGOLF. - The Relatives and
Friends of the late Mr. ALLAN JAMES BRINGOLF, of 27 Walter Street, Willoughby, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Leonard's Church, Donnelly Road, Naremburn, This Tues- day, at 3 p.m., for the Catholic Ceme- tery, at Northern Suburbs.
BRODIE,-The Funeral of the late Mrs,
LILIAN MARY BRODIE, formerly of Mosman, will leave St. Luke's Church, Heydon Street, Mosman, This Tuesday, after service commencing at 9.30 a.m.,. lor Gore Hill Cemetery.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
CAREY.-The Relative« and Friends
oí Mrs. Elizabeth Oarev and Family aro kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, THOMAS JOSEPH CAREY: to leave St. Patrick'« Church Parra, matta, This Morning, at 11.30 o'clock, for the North Rock» Cemetery, Requiem Mass will be celebrated Tills Morninc at 7 o'clock. _ LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
121 Rawson . Street, Auburn. 'Phone, LA2777 (4 linos).
_.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Sarah Augustus and Miss Margaret Carey are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly- loved Brother. THOMAS JOSEPH CAREY. For details, ive« famllv notice.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED. DUNLEAVY.-Requiem Mas» for the
Repose of the Soul of the late CATHERINE FRANCES DUNLEAVY will be celebrated at St. Mary'» Church, Concord, To-morrow (Wednesday) Morn lng. at 9 o'clock._
DUNLEAVY-The Relatives and
Friends of the late Mrs. CATHE- RINE FRANCES DUNLEAVY are invited to attend her Funeral: to leave 8t. Marj's Church. Concord. To-morrow (Wednesday), at 2.30 p.m.. for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood.
EMERY.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scott, of 46 Keira Road, West Wollongong, are in- vited to attend the Funeral of her be- loved Mother, CATHERINE MARY EMERY: to leave Parsons' Funeral Par- lour, This Tuesday, after Service com- mencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Woronora Crematorium. A bus for Friends wjll leave the residence at 3.10 p.m.
_Funeral Director._ |""t IBBS.-Requiem Mass for the Repose VT of the Soul of the late Mrs. KATH- ERINE GIBBS, formerly of Roslyn Gardens, will be celebrated . at st. Canlce's Church. Elizabeth Bay, This (Tuesday) Morning, at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church This Afternoon at 2 o'clock for Botany Cemetery.
áOOTTLE.-The Funeral of tile late VT ANTON GOTTLE will leave the Kln sela Chapels, Tas lor Square. Darling- hurst, This Tuesday at 10.30 a.m., for Botany Cemetery. Private funeral.
CHARLES KHVSELA PTY, LTD., A.F.D.A., Est. 1830, Toylor Square Darlinghurst. 'Phone, FA4136-7-8.
GRACE.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Edith Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grace. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Pyke and Families are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their dear Father. Fathcr-ln-law. and Grandfather, ALFRED GRACE-, to leave our Chapel, South Parade, Campsie, This Tuesday, after service commencing at 1.43 p.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
GREEN.-The Relatives and Friends of
the late Mrs. DIANA GREEN, of 50 Egan Street, Newtown, are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Morning, at 11.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. LTD.,
24 Enmore Road, Newtown. .Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).
HALL.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. Frank Percival Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. Welstead and Family, are in- vited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Father and Grandfather HARRY JOHN HALL; which will leave Joseph Medcalf's Funeral Chapel. 172 Redfern Street, Redfern, This After- noon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Botany.
JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A.. 172 Red- fern Street, Redfern. MX23Ï5 (2 lines). HICKSON.-The Relatives and Friends
of the Family of the late EMMA HICKSON are invited to attend her Fun- eral; to leave her late residence, 38 Good sir St, Rozelle, This Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery, Field
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD., A.FD.A..
93 Victoria Road, Rozelle. WB1141. HODSON.-The Funeral of the late
EVELYN FRANCES HODSON, will leave the Church of Mary Immaculate, Whistler street. Manly, at 3 o'clock, This Tuesday Afternoon, for the Catholic Cem- etery, Manly.
T. WAUGH AND CO..
Funeral Directors. Manly. XU1118.
ISAKSEN.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mr. O. H. Isaksen and Family, of 61 Ernest street, Crow's Nest, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Son and Brother, CLIVE PATRICK: to leave St. Mary's Church, North Sydney, To-day, Tues- day, at 2.15 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul will be celebrated at_ 7 a.m._
BOX and JEFFREE
Funeral Directors, Anson St, Orange.
JENKINS.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. E. Mona Jenkins and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their loving Father. The Rev. WILLIAM JEN- KINS: to leave the Manly Methodist Church, This (Tuesday) Morning, after a short service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for Crematorium, Northern Suburbs.
F. TIGHE and CO. A.F.D.A.,
32 Sydney Road, Manly. XU4629.
JENKINS.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Halliday, of 90 Evans Street. Rozelle, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother-in-law. WILLIAM JENKINS: to leave Manly Methodist Church To-day, after Service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
JOHNSON.-Tile Relatives and Friend»
of the late William Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gleeson, Mr, and Mrs. S. Levi, Mr. and Mrs. W. Dwyer are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Son and Brother, WIL- LIAM NORMAN JOHNSON: to leave the residence, 11 Walter Street, Granville. This Tuesday, otter service at 10.30 a.m., for the Church of England Ceme- tery, Rookwood, Section K1.
A. F. ANDERSON,
South Street and Diamond Ave
_Granville. 'Phone, UU1533,_
JONES.-The Relatives and Friends of
tile late ROBERT FREDERICK JONES, late 2nd A.l.F. and Willoughby, arc invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Chapel, corner Orchard Road and Brown Street, Chatswood, This Tues- day, after Service commencing nt IO a.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
_WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
ONES.-Members of Chatswood-Wll
loughby Sub-branch R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. aro invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member. ROBERT FREDERICK JONES. Seo above notice.
J. F. BRAGG. Secretary.
KELLY.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late HUGH KELLY are In- vited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Martha's church, strathfield, To- morrow (Wednesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the - Cathallc Cemetery,
WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A..
Dulwich Hill Terminus.
KEMP.-The Relatives and Friends of
the late MARTHA KEMP, of 464 Botany Road, Alexandria, are invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Funeral Chapel of Andrew Kennedy. 436 Anzac Parade. Kingsford, This Tuesday, at 9.30 a.m., for General Cemetery. Botany.
ANDREW KENNEDY. Funeral Director, 436 Anzac Parade, Kingsford. FF3880.
KIRBY.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Unie Kirby, of Pymble, Mr. and Mrs. Horneo Croft, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laurie, are invited to attend the Funeral of her loved Hus- band and their dear Father and Father in-law, LABAN KIRBY; to leave Ernest Andrews Chapels, corner Pacific High- way and Thomas street, Chatswood. To- morrow, Wednesday, after Service com- mencing at 10 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
Chatswood. JA2834. LAURIE.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late JAMES PATHAN LAURIE, of Northbridge, arc invited to attend his Funeral: to leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific High- way and Thomas Street. Chatswood, This Day. after Service commencing at 3.30 p.m.. for the Northern Suburbs
Chatswood. JA2834. LINIGEN.-Tile Funeral of the late
Mrs. MARY LINIGEN. ot Pymble, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, cor- ner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, This Day, alter service com- mencing at 2.45 p.m.. for the Northern
LYNCH.-Tile Relatives and Friends of
the late BERNARD THOMAS LYNCH, of 26 The Drive, Concord West, are invited lo attend lils Funeral; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood. This Day, at 2.30 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. - ,
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND I
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9. MCKINNON.-The Funeral of the late
Mrs. CHRISTINA MCKINNON, Of Lane Cove, will leave Ernest Andrew»' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Tilomas Street. Chatswood, This Day, after service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
MCNAMARA.-The Relatives and
Friends of MARGARET ROSE MC- NAMARA, of 24 Forsyth Street, Kings- ford, are invited to attend her Funeral: lo leave the Church of St. Michael, Banks Avenue. Daceyville, This Tuesday, at 11 a.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Bot- any. Requiem Mass for the Repose of her Soul will be celebrated nt 6.45 a.m. ANDREW KENNEDY. Funeral Director,
436 Anzac Parade, Kingsford, FF3880.
ARR.-The Relatives and Friends of the lato VICTOR HENRY MARR arc invited' lo attend his Funeral; " to leave the Private Chapel of Motor Fune- rals Limited, 30 eily Road, city. This Morning, at li o'clock, for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium. A Service will be held prior to departure.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.P.D.A..
30 City Rond. Sydney. M6277. M6278. M6279, M6270.
MAYNE.-Tho Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. Grace Mayne and Family, of 7 Abbott Street, Merrylands, late of Alexander Street, Avalon Beach, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and his loving Father. ERIC; to leave my Private Moi tuary Chapel, 2a Auburn Road, Auburn, This Day. at 10.30 a.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. Sec-
REGINALD W. HILTON.
Funeral Director. 2a Auburn Rd. Auburn
UX7850._ MEADHAM. - The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. 'Mary Meadham and Pattio«of 150 Baptist street. Redfern. | are kindly Invited to attend th» Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and her loving Father, ALF: to leave Mt. Carmel Church. Waterloo, This Day, at 1 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Botany. A Requiem Mass for the Repose of his Soul will be celebrated at 7 a.m.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND I
Raliway Parado. Burwood. UJ2178-9. MEADHAM. - The Relatives and
Friends of Mr. Maurice Meadham, Mrs. Alice Scott. Mr. and Mrs. I. Buck- ley, Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott and Famili- äre Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly'loved Son, Son-ln-lavv. Brother. Brother-in-law-, and Uncle,- ALFRED MAURICE ' MEADHAM. For particulars, seo family notice.
FtWERALS - '
YNETl1.-Relative» and' Friend» of
the late Mrs. JOSEPHINE ELIZA MYNETT are advised that her Funeral will leave her late residence, 24 Military Road, Merrylands, after service at 2.30 p.m., This Day. Tuesday, for Rookwood Crematorium._
NOLAN.-The Relatives and Friend»
of the late NORMAN JOHN NOLAN, late 2nd A.I.F. and WUloughby, are In- vited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Chapel, comer Orchard Road and Brown Street. Chatswood, This Tuesday, after Service commencing at 10 a.m. Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
OLAN.-Members ol Chatswood Wllloughby Sub-branch. R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. ans Invited to attend, the Funeral-of their late Member NORMAN JOHN NOLAN. 8ee above notice.
J. F. BRAGG, secretary.
O'BRIEN.-The Relatives and Friend»
of the late PHILIP O'BRIEN, of 28 Eastbourne Avenue, CfoveUy (late of Canowindra), are invited to attend hi« Funeral; to leavo the Church of St. Anthony. Clovelly, This Tuesday, at 3 P.m.. for the Botany Cemetery. Requiem Mass for the Repose of his Soul will be celebrated at 6.30 a.m.
THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.).
Established 1836. MA6013-4.
PENINTON.-The Relatives and
Friends of the late ALFRED ERNEST PENINTON are advised that-his Funeral will leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. To-morrow (Wednes- day) Morning, at 11.30 o'clock, for the
PHILLIPS.-The Relatives and Friends
of Rose, Philip, Joel, ond Etty, and of Lily and Ivy Phillips, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly be- loved Sister and Aunt, CLARA E. PHIL- LIPS: to leave her late residence, 300 Moore Park Road. Paddington. This Afternoon at 2 o'clock, after service, for Rookwood Cemetery. By request no flowers.
SYDNEY CHEVRA KADISHA.
and Friends of Mr. Alexander Frshewlozsky are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife. VALENTINE; to lea«-e Wheatley'« Private Chapel, 253 Crown Street, city, This Tuesday, after service commencing at 2.15 p.m., for Botany Cemetery (Russian Orthodox).
JOHN E. WHEATLEY. MA4589.
RICHARDSON.-The Relatives and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hodgson, and their Families, and of Miss Maud
Richardson are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Mother, Mother-in-law, and-Grandmother. SARAH JANE; to leave St. Andrew's Church,
corner Parramatta, and Concord Roads,, Strathfield, This Day, after Service com- mencing at 10.15 a.m., for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL and
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9.
Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband. JAMES: to leave the Baptist Church, Forest Road. Lugarno. To-morrow (Wednesday) Morning, after service commencing at 10 o'clock, for Baptist Cemetery, Woronora.
RUNDLE.-The Interment of the late
Miss E. S. 'NELLIE) RUNDLE, of 13 Venus street. Gladesville, lot« of Edgecliff, took place In the Church c1 England portion of the Field of Mars Cemetery on November 13. 1950.
T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A,
'Phones: LA2B73. etc._ SAUNDERS.-Requiem Mass for the
Repose of the Soul of the late Mr. WILLIAM JOHN SAUNDERS, of 131 Gloucester Street. Sydnev. will be celebrated at St. Thomas' Church. Lewi- sham, To-morrow (Wednesday) Morning, at 7 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church on Wednesday Afternoon at 3 o'clock for Botany Cemetery.
SEWELL -The Funeral of the late
WILLIAM WALLACE SEWELL will leave the Church of Our Lady of Per petual Succour Tenterfield on Thursdos Afternoon at 2 o clock for the Catholic Cemeterv Tenterfield
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD A F D A 30 City Road Ssdnes M6277
In conjunction with J P COOPER
Funeral Director Tenterfield_
SIMONS -The Relative« and Friends of
Mr Frank Simons of Wschburv Avenue Croydon ore Invited to attend the Funeral of his dear Father HERBERT THOMAS SIMONS to leave Holy Innocents Church Croydon morrow (Wednesday) at 2 30 p m
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED _ SMITH -Tlie Relatives and Friends of
the lato HENRY JOHN SMITH are advised that his Funeral will leave our Funeral Home 24 Enmore Road Ne«
town This Morning at 9 o clock for the Catholic Cemetery Woronora
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD ,
24 Enmore Rood Newtown Phone LA2777 (4 lires)
T HECKSTON -The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs Edith Maud Tlieck ston and Family of 51 Macquarie Street Chatswood are Invited to attend the Fuucral of her beloved Husband their
dear Father, rather In low and Orand
father TREVOR THECKSTON to leave Lrnest Andrews Chapels corner Pacific Hlghwas and Thomas Street Chatswood
This Dos after service commencing at 11 a m for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium
Chatswood JA2834 THECKSTON-The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs M A Hickey and Family arc requested to attend the Funeral of her beloved Son In law and their Brother In law TREVOR THECK S TON For particulars seo family
Chatswood JA2834 THOROGOOD -The Funeral of the
late JOSEPH THOROGOOD Boer War and 1st AIF will leave my Chopel This Day at 2 45 p m for the Church of England Cemetery Liverpool
REGINALD W HILTON
Funeral Director ia. Auburn Rd Auburn
TWOMEY-The Relatives and Friends
of the late EDWARD JOHN TWOMEY are Invited to attend his Funeral to leave our Private Chapel 435 New Canterbury Road Dulwich Hill
This Afternoon after a Service com- mencing at 12 45 o clock for the Church of England Cemetery Woronora
WALTERS and SON A p D A ,
Dulwich Rill Terminus
_LM1676 LM1458 9_
WEEKS-The Relatives and Friends
of tile late ALBERT HORACE WEEKS of l8 Elizabeth Street Ash field are Invited to attend his Funeral
to lease St Vincents Church Blond Street Ashfield To morro« (Wednesday) at 2 JO p m for the Catholic Ccmctcrs
Rookwood Requiem Mass foi the Repose of his Soul will be celebrated at 9
GEO ANDREWS PTY LTD
237 9 Llierpool Rood Ashfield UA2808 0 WEEKS -The Officers and Members
ol the Ashfield Sub branch R S S and AILA are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member ALBERT WEEKS For particulars see family notice R Jefferson Hon Sec
WILSON-Tlie Funeral of the late
Mr ERNEST GORDON WILSON will leave Brace Maurers Chapel 281 3 Pacific Highway Beor West Street North Sydney To morrow Wednesday at 9 30 a m for the Church of England Cerne tery at Northern Suburbs
XA1034 North Sydney. XB1542