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BIRTHS

CORNWELL. — November 27, 1950, at Mater Misericordiae, to Kath and Geoff, of Normanhurst — a son.

de VOS (nee Circuitt). — November 26, at Royal North Shore Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. de Vos — a son.

FLOWER (nee Moore). — November 16, 1950, at Goulburn District Hospital, to  

Vonnie and Jim — a daughter (Kathleen Mary).  

GARDNER (nee Bentley). — November 16, at Queen Victoria Hospital, Annan- dale, to Laurie and Alice — a daughter (Marie Ann). Both well.

GRANT. — November 26, at St. Mar- garet's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. George Grant — a daughter (Sandra Dawn).

HARRIS (nee Sykes). — November 27, at Royal Hospital, Paddington, to Kath and Herb, of Davistown — a son (Ross

William).

HERLIHY (nee Byrne). — November 27, at St. Margaret's Hospital, to Helen and John — a son (John Michael).

HILL. — October 23, at Gosford, to Grace and George — a son.

LAHOOD (nee Maclouf). — November 21, at Crown Street Hospital, to Vic and Joe — a daughter (Laurel Rose).

McGREGOR (nee Kelly). — November 24, at R.N.S.H., to Joan and Stephen — a daughter (Gail Lesley). Premature.

MACMILLAN. — November 18, at Nar- rabri Hospital, to Margaret and Don — a daughter.

MAGUIRE (nee Threlkeld). — October 26, at Ardee, Belmore, to Shirley and John — a son (Christopher Sean).

MIDDLETON (nee Moore). — November 24, King George V, to Joyce and Ted — a daughter (Lynette Anne).

MORRISON. — November 28, Denistone House, to Mr. and Mrs. Ian Morrison, of Fivedock — a daughter (Janet Cathe-

rine) .

MURTOUGH (nee Carrier). — Novem- ber 26, at Mater Misericordiae private hospital, to Georgette and Stephen — a daughter (Anne-Marie).

NEWMAN. — November 22, at King George V, to Betty and Harry — a son (Robert James).

NICOL (nee Friedman). — November 22, 1950, at Crown Street, to Helene and Stanley — a daughter. Both well.

O'NEILL (nee Kelly). — November 22, 1950, to Kevin and Olive — a daughter

(Rosemary Therese). Survived one day. PERRY. — November 22, at Bathurst District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.  

J. W. Perry, Tarana — a daughter.

PURVES. — November 26, at the Cres- cent Hospital, Manly, to Beryl and Geoff

— a son.

RICHARDSON. — November 22, at Lis- more Base Hospital, to Joan and Charles — a daughter (Jane Elizabeth).

RITCHIE (nee Herlihy). — November 26, 1950, at St. Margaret's private hos- pital, to Rita and Colin — a son (John

Francis).

SAMUEL. — November 24, at K. G. V, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Samuel, of Kogarah — a son (Julian).

STONES (nee Aytoun-Young). — Nov-

ember 17, at Nepean District Hospital, to   Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stones, of Ebenezer — a daughter (Barbara Sinclair).

WARREN (nee Eivington). — November 24, at St. Monan's hospital, Cremorne, to Loyce and Ian — a daughter.

WILLIAMS. — November 9, at Sunny- side, Coffs Harbour, to Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Williams — a son (Robert Alan).

WRIGHT (nee Cameron). — November 27, at Crown Street, to Mary and Bill — a son (Bruce).

ENGAGEMENTS

AGAR — EVANS. — The Engagement is announced of Gwen Ellen, only daugh- ter of Mrs. A. Evans, and the late H. R. Evans, of Willoughby, to Francis Charles, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Agar, of Coogee.

COLLUM — GARTON. — The Engage- ment is announced of Diana Beryl, youngest daughter of Mr. B. Garton, of Bexley North, and the late Mrs. Garton, and Harry, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Collum, of Sydenham.

DOWNHAM — PATERSON. — The En- gagement is announced of Agnes (Babs), youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Paterson, of North Strathfield, to   Victor, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J.  

V. Downham, of Concord.

HOPKINS — HUNT. — The Engagement is announced of Arlie Joyce, the younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hunt, of Glen Innes, to Dennis James, only son of Lt.-Col. and Mrs. E. J. Hop- kins, of Gillingham, Kent, England.  

HULME — MAYCOCK. — The Engage- ment is announced of Shirley Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Maycock, Neutral Bay, to John Har- old, only son of the late Mrs. Hulme and Mr. H. E. Hulme, of Burnley, Hol-

brook.

LOVEDAY — FARRAR. — The Engage- ment is announced of Winsome, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Farrar, of Pymble, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Loveday, of Barraba.

McCARTHY — MYERS. — The Engage- ment is announced of Maureen Catherine, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Myers, of Randwick, to Robert John, second son of Dr. Justin and the late Mrs. Rita McCarthy, of Goulburn.

O'LEARY — RYAN. — The Engagement is announced of Margaret Clare, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ryan, Hamilton, Brisbane, to Robert, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Leary, Coogee,

Sydney.

SMITH — WATSON. — The Engagement is announced of Joan Sylvia, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Watson, of Bonnyrigg, to Peter, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Smith, of Cabra- matta.  

TUFT — BARRETT. — The Engagement is announced of Maisie Bertha, eldest daughter of Mrs. B. Barrett and the late Rev. J. W. Barrett, of Lane Cove, to Robert John, younger son of Mrs. M.  

Tuft and the late Mr. R. J. Tuft, of Crow's Nest.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

LEIBECH — SEARLE. — November 29, 1900, at Methodist Church, Richman's Creek, via Quorn, South Australia, by Rev. Isaiah Perry, Alice May to Herbert. Present address 45 Landsdowne Street, Parramatta.

DEATHS

AVENELL, Horace. — November 27, 1950, at his residence, 199 Victoria Street, King's Cross, dearly beloved hus-

band of Alma.

BEDNARSKI, John. — November 28, 1950, beloved husband of Matilda Bed- narski, fond father of Allan, Les, May, Rose and Rene. For funeral notice see Thursday's "Herald."

BOTHERAS, Harriett Christina. — Nov- ember 26, at Victoria, beloved sister of Agnes (Mrs. A. Atkens), of Fivedock.

BRUNTON, Harriett. — November 27, 1950, at Home of Peace, Marrickville, widow of William Henry Brunton, and dear-mother of Sidney, Florence, Wil- liam, George, Stanley, Thomas, Phyllis, Alf and Doris (deceased), aged 80 years.

CAMPBELL, Agnes. — November 28, 1950, at her residence, Cremorne Point, relict of the late E. E. Campbell, Glen- rock Station, Glenmore, Scone, and Armidale, beloved mother of Dorothy (Mrs E. A. Swinton, Matcham, Gos- ford), Enid (Mrs. A. Bowling, Surrey, England), and Phyllis (Mrs. C. M. Dain- tree, Leoben, West Denistone, Ryde).

CARTMEL, Francis William. — Novem- ber 27, 1950, Yaralla Hospital, beloved husband of Edith, and loving father of

Ted, aged 77.

CINI, Louis. — November 28, 1950, at his residence, 36 Greystains Road, Pendle Hill, dearly loved husband of Mary Cini and dear father of Charlie, Tessie, Joe, John, Sam, Georgina, Car- men, and Tony, aged 78 years

COLLINS, David. — November 28, 1950, late of Park Street, Helensburgh, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Ann Col- lins and loving father of Anne Elizabeth and James, dear father-in-law of Thomas Lenthall, Thomas Baker, and Mary Col-  

lins, aged 79 years. At rest. See Thurs- day's "Herald" for funeral arrangements.

DELARGIE, Elizabeth Jeannie Marie. — November 27, 1950, at Mater Miseri-

cordiae Hospital, North Sydney, late of 86 Flinders Street, Darlinghurst, aged   78 years. R.I.P.  

De MIKLOUHD-MACLAY, Alexander Ni?s. — November 26, 1950, at Moss Vale, beloved husband of Winifred Mary, and loved father of Paul. Privately cremated.

GARDINER, Thomas Patrick. — Nov- ember 28, 1950, at Coledale Hospital, beloved husband of Emily Gardiner and family, aged 69 years.

GARDNER, John Arthur. — November 28, 1950, at his residence, 122 Brighton Boulevarde, North Bondi, and late of the Globe Hotel, Forbes, and dearly be- loved husband of Frieda, and loving father of John and Bobbie (Mrs. P. Hep-  

worth, of Broken Hill), and loved father- in-law of Ruth, Perce, and fond grand- father of Noel Gardner, Pam, Bev, and  

Ann Hepworth.

GOFF, Frederick Charles. — November 23, 1950, at his residence, Findlay   Avenue, Roseville, dear brother of Eliza-  

beth (Paxton), Amy (Johnson), Alex. Forever with the Lord.  

HALL, George Alfred. — November 26, 1950, late of Greenhills Street, Croy- don. Privately interred.    

HINDS, Percy. — October 27, 1950, at Kikori, D. D. Papua, loved husband of   Edna and father of Judith, aged 66  

years. Interred at Veiru, Kikori.  

JOHNSON, Agnes Valentine. — Novem- ber 28, 1950, at her residence, 174   Albion Street, Annandale, dearly beloved   wife of Samuel Johnson and loved mother  

of Samuel and Ronald. At rest.

KEANE, Eugene Gabriel. — November 28, 1950, at his residence, 78 Rawson   Street, Waverley, dearly beloved husband   of Bessie Keane and loving father of  

Frank, loved brother of Josephene and Ernest, aged 65 years.  

KENNEDY, Gilbert. — November 26,

1950, at Sydney Hospital, of Holt Road, Taren Point, beloved husband of Louisa,  

dear father of Joyce (Mrs. Bernie) and Norman, aged 65 years. Privately cre- mated November 28, 1950, at Woronora.  

LATIMER, Daphne Kathleen Leah. — November 24, 1950, at the residence, Central Tilba, beloved wife of Norman Aurelle, mother of Beth, Norma, Yvonne, and sister of Howard (Rockdale), David (Jamberoo), Roy (Manly), Amy (Kiama), Alex (Shellharbour), Keith (Jamberoo),

aged 50 years.

McCORMACK, James Williams. — Nov-

ember 28, 1950, at the District Hos- pital, Bowral, beloved husband of Mima McCormack, of Bye Street, Bowral, and  

dearly loved father of May (Mrs. Fleet- wood, Lane Cove), and James.  

McGEE, Maggie. — November 27, 1950, at her residence, Bent Street, Lindfield,   widow of the late A. McGee and dear     mother of Maggie (Mrs. Mayo), Clara,   Norman, and Allan. Privately cremated.  

McKONE, Earnest. — November 21, 1950, at Goulburn, beloved son of the   late John and Winifred McKone, and  

dear brother of Nell (deceased), Margaret, Cathrine, Frances, Reaney, Pat, and John. R.I.P.      

McLEAN, Margaret. — November 23, 1950, at her residence, 135 Hillcrest Avenue, Hurstville. Privately interred  

Presbyterian Cemetery, Woronora, No- vember 25, 1950.

MACLAY, Alexander Nils. — November 26, at Moss Vale, beloved husband of Winifred and father of Paul. Privately interred.

MAHER, Denis Patrick. — November 28, 1950, at his residence, 4 William Street,   Randwick, dearly beloved husband of   Monica Mary Maher and loved father  

of Cecil, John, and Les, aged 80 years. R.I.P.

MINTY, Cecil Cyril. — November 28, 1950, at his residence, 15a Hyde Park Road, Berala, dearly beloved husband of Dorothea Minty and loved father of  

Yvonne (Mrs. Marshall), Stuart, Doug-  

las, and father-in-law of William, Elaine, and Eric, aged 57 years. At rest. For funeral notice see Thursday's "Herald."  

DEATHS

MUDIE, Ruth Martha Gilgandra. — November 17, 1950, at a private hospital, Gilgandra, loved wife of Alfred Arthur, mother of Lily (Dot) (deceased), Jim (deceased, 1st A.I.F.), Freda (Gint,     Mrs. Bensley), Ivy (Mrs. Ross), Ted (Bonce), Grace (Mrs. Gavin), Doris (Mrs Guerin).

PARKER, Kathleen Veronica. — Novem- ber 27, 1950, at Lismore Base Hospital, dearly beloved daughter-in-law of Mr.     and Mrs. Charles S. Parker and loving sister-in-law of Fred, Nance (Mrs. B.   Crooks), Gwen (Mrs. B. Paterson), Peter,

Dennis.

PRIOR, Isabella. — November 28, 1950, at her residence, 34 Tebbutt Street, Leichhardt (late of Jamberoo), beloved wife of Hiram and loved mother of Roy,   Thelma (Mrs. F. J. Hansen), and Raw- son, aged 78 years. At rest.

RIDDING, Rose. — November 28, 1950, at her residence, 29 Northmead Avenue, Northmead, dearly loved wife of Sam, aged 48 years. See Thursday's  

"Herald" for Funeral notice.

ROGER, Beatrice Mary. — November 24, 1950, at Hospital, dearly beloved wife of John Morrice Roger, and daugh- ter of the late Rev. Canon R. J. Ross- Edwards and Mrs. Jane Ross-Edwards.   Privately cremated.

ROSEWOOD, Kate. — November 28, 1950, relict of the late John Louis Rose- wood, dearly beloved mother of Ernest, Olga, and Ida, beloved mother-in-law     of Jean, Barney, and Dave, grandmother of Julie, Jennifer, John, Robin, Sandra, and Denise, passed away peacefully in her 80th year. Private cremation.

ROWE, Florence William. — November 27, 1950, at his residence, Anglo Road, Campsie, dearly beloved husband of Violet Annie Rowe, and loved son of the late John Warburton and Norah Rowe, of Bundaberg, Queensland. Requiescat   in pace.

SPIELBERG, Alice. — November 26, 1950, at a private hospital, Killara, dear mother of Mrs. L. Sachs. Privately

cremated.

STANSFIELD, Mary. — November 26, 1950, at her residence, 32 Quigg Street,

Lakemba, beloved wife of David, loving mother of Clifford (deceased), Hazel (Mrs. C. L. Gibbons), and loving nanna of Geoffrey. Privately cremated 27th

instant.

STOKES, George. — November 24, 1950, at Ryde Hospital, beloved father of George and Blanche, father-in-law of     Una, and grandfather of Caroline, Warwick, Wilga, and Nigel. Privately cremated at Northern Suburbs Crema- torium November 27, 1950.

STONE, Herbert. — November 28, 1950, of 103 Napoleon Street, Sans Souci,

dearly beloved husband of Doris Stone and loved father of Wynne (Mrs. Royce),

Herbert and Jack, aged 66 years. At

rest.

SUTHERLAND, John Alexander. — November 25, of Harrington, Georges Plains, beloved husband of Mabel and father of Darvall, Adele, Una and Rus- sell. Privately cremated.

THOMPSON, John James. — November 28, 1950, at his residence 50 St. Hil- liers Road, Auburn, dearly beloved hus-

band of Ethel Thompson, and loved father of William, aged 60 years. At rest.

TORTICE, Oswald Goulburn. — No- vember 22, 1950, at his residence, Merimbula, dearly beloved husband of Ida, aged 59. R.I.P.

TRAVIS, George. — November 20, be-

loved husband of Daisy Travis and father of Douglas Travis. At rest.

TULLOCH, Richard Livingstone. — No-

vember 27, 1950, husband of the late Ada M. Tulloch, beloved father of Hilda (Mrs. J. H. Lambeth), Alex, and Heather (Mrs. E. W. Jaffray), aged 80 years. At rest.

VENN-BROWN, Donald Bruce. —     November 25, 1950, at the Children's   Hospital, Camperdown, dearly beloved son of Una and Bruce, aged 10 months. Privately cremated.

WALKER, Leslie Hollingworth. — No- vember 28, 1950, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, Leslie Holling- worth Walker, of 26 Edgeware Road, Enmore, dearly loved husband of Valetta Walker (nee Bodkin), loved brother of Gladys (Mrs W. Logan), and Margaret (Mrs R. Holmes), and dear brother-in-   law of William Logan, Robert Holmes (deceased), Sydney Bodkin, George Bod- kin, Margaret Bodkin, William Bodkin, Eileen Bodkin, Mary Bodkin, Joe A. Bodkin, M.L.C. (deceased), John Bod-     kin, Nicholas Bodkin, Dorothy Bodkin, Mary Sullivan, and George Bodkin, aged 59 years. Requiescat in pace. For funeral arrangements, see Thursday's  

"Herald."

WALSHAW, Charlotte Mary. — Novem- ber 28, 1950, loved wife of the late George Hammond Walshaw, formerly of North Richmond, and dear mother of Dorothy (Burwood), Cyril (Ryde), and Perce (Roseville), aged 78 years.

WARDEN, Robert Patrick. — November 27, 1950, at Prince Henry Hospital, late of 19 St. Neot's Avenue, Potts Point,  

loved husband of Edith Irene and loving falher of Val (deceased), loved son of Bridget Warden, and fond brother of Alex, David, James, Bella, Ivy (Mrs. Marquard), Margaret (Mrs. Jell), John,

Tom, and Bill, aged 54 years.

IN MEMORIAM

ABRAHAMS. — Treasured memories of our beloved sister and aunt, Lorraine (Polly), passed away November 29, 1940. Inserted by Marjorie, Arthur and family. Always in our hearts.

ABRAHAMS. — Memories of Lorraine. Cherished by Brownie.

ALDER. — Rosina. Through the garden of remembrance we walk with you to- day. Belle, Grace, Bub.

BAKER. — In loving memory of our dear son-in-law, Percy, who died sud-     denly November 29 1948. Always re- membered by ma and pa Walder.

BLACKHALL. — In loving memory of my dear daughter, our sister, sister-in-   law, auntie, Edith, who passed away November 28, 1949. Never forgotten by her mother, sisters, brother-in-law,     niece, and nephew, Marge, Bonnie, Bill, Robyn, and Billy.

BROOK. — Loving memory of dear mum and gran. Sadly missed by Fred, Rose and family.

BROWN. — In loving memory of our dear sister, Elsie, who departed this life November 29, 1948. Always remember- ed by her loving brothers and sister.

BRYANT. — In treasured memory of my darling mother, mother-in-law, and     grandma, Rose, passed to her rest November 29, 1946.

Ever dear and always near.

Her loving daughter, Mavis, Eric, and

Grantham.

CANNING. — In loving memory of my dear father, Mathew, who passed away November 29, 1942.

A tender smile, a heart of gold,

The dearest dad the world could hold.

Inserted by his loving daughter, Emily,

Les, and Dud.

CANNING. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away November

29, .

A beautiful memory, dearer than gold, A father whose worth can never be told.

Inserted by his loving daughter and sons, Lucy, Bert, Matthew, and grand- son, Mervyn.

CANNING. — Fondest and treasured memories of our dear father, called home November 29. Too dearly loved to be forgotten by loving daughter, Alice, Stan, and family.

CLARKE. — In loving memory of my darling mother, Edith, passed away Nov- ember 29, 1949. Gone, but not for-

gotten. Inserted by her loving daughter and grandchildren.

COGHLAN. — In everlasting memory of our darling mother, Clare, who de- parted this life November 29, 1940. Sadly missed by Harold and Rose.

COLBOURNE. — In loving memory of my dear father, brothers, Bob, Reg, Bruce. Inserted by their only brother,  

Cal.

COLBOURNE. — In loving memory of my mother, Margaret, who passed away November 29, 1948. Too dearly loved to be ever forgotten by her son, Colin, Win, and granddaughter, Iris.

COLLISON. — Fondest memories of our dear mother, grandmother, and sister, Dorothy, who passed away this day 1942. Remembered by Joyce, Alick, Ann, Michael, Poppy, and Vic.

CONNELL. — In sad and loving memory of F./O. Frank Connell, killed Northern   Ireland, November 29, 1943, aged 22 years, darling son of Charles and Mar- garet, dear brother of Molly, Jack, Patsy, and Peter, brother-in-law of Jack, Iris,     Marie. R.I.P. As time goes by we miss you more.

CONWAY. — In loving memory of my dear husband, Gordon Stuart, who fell   asleep November 29, 1947. Dearly loved and always remembered by his loving   wife and daughters.

CROOKSHANKS. — In loving memory of our uncle and brother, Robert David, wh0 passed away November 29, 1949.   Always remembered by his niece and   nephew, Rose and Arthur, and his sister,    

Flora.

CROWE. — Treasured memories of my dear husband, Ted, who passed away   November 29, 1949. Sadly missed by his loving wife, Ethel.

CROWE. — Ever dear is the memory of our dear brother-in-law, Ted. Sadly       missed by Lena and Vera and mum.

CROWE. — The passing of years will never dim the cherished memories of dear Ted. Inserted by Bonnie, Allan,

and Kevin.

DERRICK. — In ever-loving memory of my dear husband, William Charles,   passed away on November 26, 1949.

What would I give to see your smile,

Yet love and grief remain, In life I loved you dearly

And in death I'll do the same.   Your end was so sudden,

You made me weep and cry, But the saddest part of all,

You never said goodbye.

Sadly missed by his loving wife, Eileen. DERRICK. — Cherished memories of our beloved step-father and dear grand-   father, departed this life November 26, 1949. Dearly loved and sadly missed by Nell, Lock and Jill.

DOLPHIN. — In loving memory of my beloved husband, Frank Alexander Stew- art, late 60th Batt., passed away Nov- ember 29, 1949.

Until day dawns.

Inserted by his loving wife, Margaret. DUNCAN. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Mary, who passed away November 29, 1949. Sadly missed. Inserted by Dulcie, Ted, and grandson, Robert.

GREEN. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away November 29, 1939. Always remembered. Inserted by her daughter, Thelma, Cecil, and grandchildren.

GROLL. — A tribute to mum, died Nov-

ember 29, 1946, also my dear pal and our father and da, died September 8, 1950. Remembered by their dear ones.

HOLBOROW. — In loving memory of our mother, Amy. A thought for to-day,   a memory always. Inserted by Ike, Leo,

and Tom.

HORTON. — In loving memory of my dear mother who passed away at Woll-

stonecraft, November 29, 1938. Sadly missed by her loving daughter Bobs.

HOSKING. — In loving memory of my dear mother, Alice, who passed away November 29, 1949. Always remembered by daughter, Alice, son-in-law, Bill,     granddaughters, Beryl, Mavis.

HOSKING. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away Novem- ber 29, 1949. Inserted by her loving daughters, Ivy and Celia.

JOHNSON. — Loving memory of my hus- band, and our father, Peter, passed away November 29, 1928. Inserted by his wife and family.    

KENNA. — In loving memory of my dear wife and my mother, Laurel Mary, who passed away November 29, 1948. Your memory is a keepsake from which we'll never part. Inserted by her lov- ing husband, Patrick, and son, Richard.

IN MEMORIAM  

LAMB. — Florence Theresa, died Novem- ber 29, 1946. Forever in our memories. Inserted by her loving husband, Bern- ard, sons Charles, Lawrence, Allan, daughter Kathleen.

LINDSAY. — Loving memories of dad, who passed to his rest November 29, 1948. Inserted by his daughter, son-

in-law, grandson.  

LINDSAY. — In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law, who passed away     November 29, 1948; also our sister, Annie, December 6, 1942.

We who loved you never forget;

In memory you are with us yet.   Inserted by sister, Jean, brother-in-   law, Will, and families.

LONGBOTTOM. — In loving memory of my dear husband, father and da, passed

away November 29, 1948.

Life goes on, but memory stays, As near and dear as yesterday.

Inserted by his loving wife and family. McDONNELL. — Treasured memories of our dear mother, Jane, who passed away November 29, 1943.

Seven years have passed away,

Yet love and grief remain.

In life we loved you dearly,  

In death we do the same. Your end was so sudden,  

You made us weep and cry;

But, oh, the saddest part of all,

You did not say good-bye.  

Sadly missed by her loving son, Stan, daughter-in-law, Thelma, grandchild-     ren, Kaye, John.

McDONNELL. — Ever in our thoughts, deep in our hearts are treasured memories of our dear mother, Jane, whom God   called home November 29, 1943. Always remembered by her loving daughter, Pearl, son-in-law, Cyril, and grandson,    

Cyril.

McDONNELL. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Jane, who passed away November 29, 1943. Never forgotten by her loving daughter, Jane, and family.

McDONNELL. — In loving memory of our dear mother, Jane, who passed away November 29, 1943. Always remembered by her loving daughter, Ivy, and son-in-  

law, Zac.

McDONNELL. — In loving memory of our dear mother, Jane, who passed away November 29, 1943. Sadly missed by her son, Fred, daughter-in-law, Val, and     granddaughter, Susan.

McDONNELL. — In loving memory of my dear mother, Jane, who passed away November 29, 1943. Always remembered by her loving son, John.

McDONNELL. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away Nov- ember 29, 1943. Still sadly missed by her loving daughter, Ruby, son-in-   law, Jim, and grandchildren.

MACDONALD. — In sad and loving memory of my dear wife and mother,   Linda Florence MacDonald, who fell asleep November 29, 1945. Inserted by her loving husband and family, also   niece and nephew, Vera and Harkie.

MADDEN. — In loving memory of my dear husband, Clarrie, who passed away suddenly November 29, 1947.

A tender thought, a silent tear

For one we miss and loved so dear. Inserted by his loving wife, Edna, and daughter, Marie.

MORGAN. — Loving memories of our dear mother, Minnie Louise, who passed away November 29, 1944.

Till memory fades, and life departs, You'll live forever in our hearts.    

Always remembered by Elsie and

George.

MORRIS. — Treasured memories of my loving husband, Harry, who passed away   November 29, 1946.

You've passed on, but memories stay,   Dearer, nearer, every day, With years I older grow,

God alone knows how I miss you, As I walk through life alone.  

Inserted by his loving wife, May (Girlee).

MORTON. — In memory of my friend, Les, Sub-Lieutenant (R.A.N.V.R.), killed               aircraft accident, November 29, 1945.

NEWIE. — In fondest memory of Mam, who passed away 1945. Sadly missed   by her husband and family.

NEWMAN. — Sad thoughts to-day, but     beautiful memories always of my dear mother, Ellen Elizabeth, who passed away November 29, 1940. Inserted by her loving son, Jim.

PARRY. — In loving memory of my dear husband and our daddy, Alan, who passed away November 29, 1948. Always remembered by his loving wife, Jessie, and daughters, Annette and Jean.

POOLEY. — In loving memory of our mother, died November 22, 1942; and our father, died September 23, 1947. Inserted by their daughter.

PULLE. — In loving memory of my dear father, Mario Pulle, who passed away November 29, 1949.

He bade no one a last farewell, He said good-bye to none.  

The heavenly gates just opened wide   And a gentle voice said come.

Ever remembered by his loving daughters, Zita, Anita, and families.

RHODES. — F. W. W. (died 29th No- vember, 1949). A tribute to a brilliant man, whom we miss both as a lecturer and personality.

RICHARDSON. — In loving memory of our dear mother and gran, who passed away November 29, 1942. Dearly re- membered. Daph, Edna, Noeleen.

SCOTT. — Robert Russell, passed away November 29, 1949. Affectionately re- membered by Norma Cave.

SILVERLOCK. — In loving memory of my dear husband, Fred, died November 29, 1945. Emily.

SKELTON. — In loving memory of Patrick, passed away November 29, 1949. Always remembered and so sadly missed

by May.

SMITH. — In loving memory of our dear mother, Alice May. At rest. To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die. Inserted by Joe, May, Jack, Eileen, Lily, Violet, and Elva.

SMITH. — In loving memory of my dear mother, Ellen. Always remembered by

Violie and Bert.

SMITH. — In loving memory of my dear sister, Annie Myee, who passed away November 29, 1919. Inserted by her loving sister, Pearle.

STABLES. — In loving memory of my dear son and brother, Eric, passed away November 29, 1949. Ever remembered by mum, Roy, Berry, and family.

WHITBREAD. — In loving memory of our dear mum and nana, Annie Har-   riet, who fell asleep November 29, 1949.

God saw that she was weary,

Life's hill too steep to climb;  

So He gently closed her tired eyes,

And whispered peace be thine.

Sadly missed by Edgar, Dorothy, and

Gay.

WHITBREAD. — In loving memory of our darling mother and nanny, Annie, died November 29, 1949.

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

Inserted by Muriel, Glenice, Walter, Pam, and Beverly.

WHITBREAD. — In loving memory of a wonderful mother and nan, Annie, God called home November 29, 1949.

No burdens yonder,

All sorrow passed. No burdens yonder,

Home at last.  

Sadly missed by Erina, Fred, children.   WHITBREAD. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away November 29, 1949. Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law, Aub and Marie.    

WHITBREAD. — Annie, our darling   mother, who was called home Novem-  

ber 29, 1949. Till we meet again.

Sadly missed by all her family.

ON ACTIVE SERVICE      

FEARNSIDE. — In proud and loving memory of Frederick Edwin Fearnside, who died of wounds at Tobruk November

29, 1941.

FEENEY. — In loving memory of my daer son, and brother, Pte. A. Feeney,

NX17324, aged 20 years, killed in action Tobruk, 1941. Inserted by mother, sis-

ters, and brothers.

LUCK. — In loving memory of my dear brother, Pte. R. F. Luck, NX24238, 2/13, killed in action, Tobruk, Novem-   ber 29, 1941. Always remembered by his sister, Ciss Sykes.

NORTON. — Everlasting and proud memory of our dear son and brother, Sub-Lieut, (A) Leslie John Norton,   R.A.N.V.R. (formerly R.A.A.F.), attach-         ed to H.M.S. Implacable, accidentally     killed aircraft accident November 29, 1945. Always in the thoughts and hearts of his mother, father, and sister.

WHITFORD. — Treasured memories of Pilot-Officer James Richard Whitford,   R.A.A.F., who made the supreme sacri-

fice, November 29, 1939. His life for his country, his soul to God, Dearly loved by his wife and daughter, Daphne

and Jan.

WHITFORD. — Loving memories of our dear son, Pilot-Officer James Richard   Whitford, R.A.A.F., killed Pt. Cook, Victoria, November 29, 1939, on war service.    

Till memory fades, and life departs, You will live forever in our hearts.   Never forgotten by mum, and dad.

WHITFORD. — Sincere remembrance of Pilot-Officer James Richard Whitford,     R.A.A.F., killed Pt. Cook, Victoria, No-      

vember 29, 1939.

A thought for to-day, a memory forever.  

Missed by his brother, and family, George and Sylvia, Frances, George, and John.

RETURN THANKS

Mr. and Mrs. R. TOZER and FAM- ILY, Mr. and MRS. F. TOZER and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. J. PRESTON and FAMILY, and NOEL DAVIS wish to THANK as personally all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind-

ness and expressions of sympathy and floral tributes during our recent sad be-

reavement.

Mrs. H. M. BROOKS and FAMILY, of 9 Railway Parade, Penshurst, desire to THANK all kind relatives, neighbours, and friends for floral tributes, cards,

and telegrams sent during their recent sad bereavement; also to express sincere THANKS to doctors, sisters, and nurses of Prince Alfred Hospital and doctors of Penshurst. Please accept this as per-

sonal thanks.

Mrs. LILY STRANGE wishes to THANK friends and neighbours (specially Mr. and Mrs. F. Bowles, of Harbord) for their kindness in her sad loss.

Mr. W. S. WATERS, of North Kat-

oomba, THANKS all sympathisers in the recent loss of his dear wife. Please accept this as personal thanks.

Mrs. THERESA DONOHOE, of 94 Australia Street, Camperdown, desire to extend their sincere THANKS to all relatives, friends and neighbours, for floral tributes, telegrams, letters and cards, and verbal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.

FUNERALS

AGLAND. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. John T. W. Aglnnd and Family, of 108 Kings Road, New Lamb- ton, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Wife and Mother, AMELIA AGLAND; to move from T. Moore's Chapel, William Street,   Hamilton, This Afternoon, after Service commencing at 2.50 o'clock, for Metho-     dist Cemetery, Sandgate.  

THOMAS MOORE, Funeral Director.

AVENELL. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late HORACE AVENELL, 199 Victoria Street, King's Cross, are in-   vited to attend his Funeral, leaving Kin- sela Chapels, Taylor Square, Darling-   hurst, To-morrow, Thursday, after Ser-  

vice at 9.15 a.m., for the Church of     England Cemetery, Botany.

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD. A.F.D.A., Est. 1830, Taylor Square,      

Darlinghurst.

BRUNTON. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mrs. HARRIETT BRUN- TON are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Chapel, 9 Norton Street, Leichhardt, This Wednesday, after ser- vice commencing at 10 a.m., for North-   ern Suburbs Crematorium.

J. J. CROCKETT and CO. PTY. LTD., 9 Norton Street, Leichhardt. LM4212.

FUNERALS

CARTMEL. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. E. Cartmel, of Quigg Street, Lakemba, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cartmel,

of Enfield, and family, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Husband, Father, and Grandfather, FRANCIS WILLIAM; to leave Our Chapel, This Day, after service com-   mencing at 1.30 p.m. for Crematorium,     Rookwood.

DIGNIFIED FUNERALS, Opp. RAILWAY STEPS, LAKEMBA. UL2512.

CINI. — The Relatives and Friends of

the late LOUIS CINI, formerly of 36 Greystanes Road, Pendle Hill, are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave St. Columbas Church, Bennett Street, Wentworthville, This Day, at 3 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, North   Rocks. Requiem Mass for the Repose of his Soul will be celebrated at 7 a.m.  

CHARLES INNES and SON, A.F.D.A.,      

32 Darcy Street, Parramatta.

'Phone, UW9259.

CONNORS. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late CATHERINE RETA CONNORS, of 19 Louisa Street, Auburn,   are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave St. John's Church, Auburn, This   Day, at 2.30 p.m., for the Catholic     Cemetery, Rookwood. A Requiem Mass   for the repose of her Soul will be cele-

brated at 6.45 a.m.    

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND  

CREMATION SOCIETY,

Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-9.   DAWSON. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Wilhelmina Dawson and June are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and her dear Father, THOMAS JOSEPH; which will leave St. Patrick's Church, Church   Hill, This Day (Wednesday), at 2 p.m.,  

for the Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs.

WHELAN and GLACKEN, A.F.D.A.,      

263 Miller St., North Sydney. XB1510. DAWSON. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. N. Cashell (Rozelle), Mrs. M. Dawson, and Mr. G. Dawson are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Brother and Uncle, THOMAS JOSEPH DAWSON. For par- ticulars see family notice.

DAWSON. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. E. Douglas and Family, Mr.

R. Dolton and Family, Mr. and Mrs. F. Lucas and Family, and Mr. B. Dolton

are invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Brother-in-law and Uncle, THOMAS     JOSEPH DAWSON. For particulars see family notice.

DAWSON. — The Officers and Members

of St. Joseph's Branch, No. 68   H.A.C.B. Society, Church Hill, are in-       vited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member, THOMAS JOSEPH DAWSON. For particulars see family notice. Br. E. Dwyer, Pres.; Br. M. Abrahams, Sec.

DELARGIE. — The Funeral of the late

ELIZABETH JEANNIE MARIE DELARGIE, of 86 Flinders Street, Dar- linghurst, will leave our Chapel, 810   George Street, Sydney, This Wednesday, at 1.30 p.m., for Catholic Cemetery,     Botany.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

GARDINER. — The Relatives and

Friends of Mrs Emily Gardiner and Family, of 6 McMillan Street, Helensburgh, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Hus- band and their dear Father, THOMAS PATRICK; to leave his late Residence To day, Wednesday, after service com- mencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Catholic     Cemetery, Helensburgh.

W. J. WILLIAMS,

Funeral Director, Thirroul.  

GARDNER. — A Service for the remains of the late JOHN ARTHUR GARD-   NER, of 122 Brighton Boulevard, North Bondi, will be held This Day (Wednes-

day), commencing at 9.45 a.m., at the     Eastern Suburbs Crematorium, prior to

Cremation.  

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A., Est. 1830, Taylor Square,         Darlinghurst. 'Phones, FA4136-7-8.    

HARRIS. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Richard H. O. Harris, of Ryde, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, IVY MARTHA; to leave the Presbyterian Church, Ryde, This Day, at 1.30 p.m.,     for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.     A service will be held prior to departure. MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A.,       8 Railway Parade, EASTWOOD, WL1955 HOLDEN. — The Funeral of the late

Mrs. NELLIE IRENE HOLDEN of 95 Woy Woy Road, South Woy Woy, will take place at Northern Suburbs Cre- matorium, This Day, at 11.30 a.m.

HUGHSON. — The Relatives and

Friends of Mr. William Hughson and Betty, of 86 The Avenue, Granville,

are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife and her dear Mother, WINIFRED MARGARET; to leave Holy Trinity Church, Granville, To-morrow (Thursday), at 2.30 p.m.,        

for the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. A Requiem Mass for the repose of her Soul will be celebrated at 7 a.m.,   Thursday.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY,

Railway Parade, Burwood, UJ2178-9.  

HUTCHEN. — The Relatives and

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hut- chen and Ceciley, of 119 Boyce Road, Moroubra, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Son and her dear Brother, MILTON CARL HUT- CHEN; to leave the Funeral Chapel of Andrew Kennedy, 436 Anzac Parade, Kingsford, This Wednesday, after Ser-

vice commencing at 9.30 a.m., for   Botany Cemetery.

ANDREW KENNEDY, Funeral Director, 436 Anzac Parade, Kingsford. FF3880.

JOHNSON. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Samuel Johnson and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife and their dear Mother, AGNES VALENTINE JOHNSON; to leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This After- noon, at 1 o'clock, for the Crematorium,   Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

24 Enmore Road,

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines), Newtown.

KEANE. — The Relatives and Friends of

the late Mr. EUGENE GABRIEL KEANE, of 78 Rawson Street, Waverley,

are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, 302 Oxford Street, Woollahra, This (Wednesday) Morning, after service commencing at 10 o'clock, for Eastern Suburbs Crema-     torium. WALTER CARTER, Waverley, FW3009.

KEESING. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late BLANCHE LILIAN KEES- ING are invited to attend her Funeral;  

to leave the Private Chapel of Motor Funerals Limited, 30 City Rd., city, This Day, at 11 a.m., for the Eastern Suburbs   Crematorium.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A.,      

30 City Road, SYDNEY,

M6277, M6278, M6279, M6270.

McCORMACK. — The Funeral of the

late JAMES WILLIAMS McCOR- MACK will leave the Methodist Church, Bowral, after Service commencing at 2   p.m., This Day, Wednesday, for Bowral   Cemetery. G. BEAVAN, Bowral.

McDONALD. — The Relatives and

Friends of Mrs. Catherine McIver McDonald, of 10 Forest Street, Forest Lodge, and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Hus- band and their dear Father, CHARLES JOHNSON McDONALD; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood, This Day, after ser- vice commencing at 1 p.m., for Rook-

wood Crematorium.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY,

Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-9.   McDONALD. — Lodge Stanmore, No.

366, U.G.L. of N.S.W. — The Offi-      

cers and Brethren of the above Lodge are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late Esteemed Bro.,

CHARLES JOHNSON McDONALD. For particulars see Family Notice.

H. A. FORD, W.M.  

A. S. ASPINALL, Sec.

MAHER. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late DENIS PATRICK MAHER are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Randwick, This Afternoon, at 3 o'clock for the Catho-   lic Cemetery, Botony. Requiem Mass will be celebrated This Morning at 7.30   o'clock.  

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

604 Crown Street,

'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines), Sydney. MOSS. — The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. William Henry Moss and Fam- ily, of 46 Keira Street, Port Kembla, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their dear Father;

to leave St. Stephens Church, Port Kembla, This Wednesday, after Service commencing at 1 p.m., for the Woronora  

Crematorium.

H. PARSONS, Funeral Director,

Wollongong.

PARKER. — Requiem Mass for the Re-

pose of the Soul of the late Mrs. KATHLEEN VERONICA PARKER, of 20 Weonga Road, Dover Heights, will be celebrated at Holy Cross Church, Wool- lahra, To-morrow (Thursday) Morning,   at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave   the Church after Mass for Botany Ceme- tery. W. N. BULL PTY. LTD. Telephone, LA2858.

PHILLIPS. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Claude Phillips and Family, late of Waterloo, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Infant Son, MICHAEL JOHN, which will leave Joseph Medcalf's Funeral Chapel, 172 Redfern   Street, Redfern, To-morrow, Thursday,   at 10.30 o'clock, for the Catholic Ceme-     tery, Botany.

JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A.,      

172 Redfern Street,

'Phone, MX2315 (2 lines). Redfern.

PRIOR. — The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. Hiram Prior, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prior, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hansen, and Mr. and Mrs. Rawson Prior are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly be- loved Wife and their dear Mother and Mother-in-law, ISABELLA; to leave the     residence, 34 Tebbutt Street, Leichhardt,

This Wednesday, at 3 p.m., for the   Rookwood Crematorium. A service will be held prior to departure.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A., 30 City Road, SYDNEY. M6277, M6278, M6279, M6270.

PULHAM. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mr. NOAH PULHAM, of 182 Barcom Avenue, Darlinghurst, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel, 281-3 Pacific     Highway, near West Street, North Syd-

ney, This Wednesday, at 1.30 p.m., for     the Catholic Cemetery at Northern Sub-   urbs. BRUCE MAURER, XA1034. North Sydney. XB1542.

SAYER. — The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. Clara L. Sayer, of Lake Illa- warra (formerly of 8 Fairholm Street,

Strathfield) and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Son and their fond Brother, ERNEST JOSEPH; to leave St. Martha's Church,   Strathfield, To-morrow (Thursday), at   2.30 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery,     Rookwood. A Requiem Mass for the re-

pose of his Soul will be celebrated at

6.45 a.m. Thursday.  

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY,

Railway Parade, Burwood, UJ2178-9.

FUNERALS

SCOTT. — The Mortal Remains of the

late FLORENCE MAY SCOTT were privately interred in the Church of Eng- land Cemetery, Rookwood, on Tuesday, November 28, 1950.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A.,      

30 City Road, SYDNEY.

M6277, M6278, M6279, M6270.

STONE. — The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. Herbert Stone and Family are

kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, HERBERT STONE; to leave

our Private Chapel, 2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This Morning, after Service   commencing at 9.45 o'clock, for the     Crematorium, Woronora.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

2 Carrington Avenue,

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines). Hurstville. THOMPSON. — The Friends of the late

JOHN JAMES THOMPSON, of 50 St. Hillier's Road, Auburn, are kindly   invited to attend his Funeral; to leave

our Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn, Tomorrow (Thursday) Morn- ing, at 9.15 o'clock, for the Crema-     torium, Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,

121 Rawson Street, Auburn.

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).

TULLOCH. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lambeth,   Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tulloch, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jaffray, are invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved Father and Father-in-law, RICHARD LIVING-     STONE TULLOCH; to leave our Funeral Home, corner Miller and Falcon Streets, North Sydney, This Wednesday, after service commencing at 10 a. m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

WALSHAW. — The interment of the late CHARLOTTE MARY WAL-   SHAW is appointed to take place in St. Peter's Church of England Cemetery,   Richmond, This (Wednesday) Morning, after Service in the Church, commencing at 11.15 o'clock.    

K. E. PRICE,

Funeral Director. 'Phone 77 Richmond. WARDEN. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Edith Irene Warden are invited to attend the Funeral of her loved Husband, ROBERT PATRICK WARDEN; to leave Kinsela Chapels, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, This Day (Wednesday), after service at 1.15 p.m.,     for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium.

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A., Est. 1830, Taylor Square,       Darlinghurst. 'Phones, FA4136-7-8.     WARDEN. — The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Bridget Warden and Fami- ly, of Goondiwindi, Queensland, are in- vited to attend the Funeral of her lov-

ing Son and their loved Brother, ROBERT PATRICK WARDEN. For fur- ther particulars see notice above.

WARDEN. — The Friends of Mrs. and

Miss Rogers and Mr. Rogers, of Homer Street, Earlwood, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Friend, ROBERT PATRICK WARDEN. For fur- ther particulars see notices above.

WARDEN. — The Friends of Thomas

Dwyer and O. Punch, of City Tat-

tersal Club are invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Friend, ROBERT PATRICK WARDEN. For further par- ticulars see notices above.

WILSON. — The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mrs. CATHERINE WIL- SON are advised that her Funeral will leave our Private Chapel, 240 Oxford Street, Paddington, This Morning, at 9.30 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery,     Rookwood.

LABOUR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

240 Oxford Street,

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines), Paddington.

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