McKFTLAP-On ArrP fMtb, at Loraime Bris-
bane street, Ipswich road South Brisbane to Mr and Mrs. Eric f> Mckellar-a son iN orman Lang)
O MARA-Ti Mr and Mrs. D J Optara of
Balli brack " Riverton street, CLiyfeld at tit lnga.iicld I-ivate Horrital, on Tucwlaj April
n t -a daughter
ROBrRT- -At f,ur<e Thcnm fi Private flospital
Or 'ni April to Mr ird Mrs Roberts, ot
IlOVVCLtl-FF.-On "nth Ap-J, at thei' residence
St Kill Riiiscll-strc-vt xmth Brisbane to Mr j«! _-, O W Iknrcllf*e-a dajg-hter
TO AN -Oa April 15th at Wooloowin Private
Hospital (Nurse Ada Fairland, ATNA), t> Mr and Mrs 1 T ¡swan, Norman street M ooloowír-a eon
WTVT -On April 20th, at Wooloowin Private
Hospital (Nurse Aria Ei eland A r_N A ) to Mr and Mrs F f West, Norman tenace, Laozgrra-a daughter?
BFF-n-«TFWART -On the 10th April at «st
J hn s C-illedral bv Canon I- de Witt Batty, Tiernas Walter eldest son of Mr and Mrs \V Beer! of Quav street, Bulimba, to Amelia M irgaret (Millie) voungest daughter of the lag J «. Stewart and Mrs. Stewart, Bristol street. West End
DOBSON - FREEMAN; -On 2nd May, 1918, at All
Saints' Church, Brisbane, by the Rev. V. M. Nightingale. J. W. Dobson, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dobson, Morayfield, to Janet B., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Free-
man, of Toorbul.
M01I.A.N-THORNTON-On 2"th April at «t,
Man s Church, 1 ntcr'ield bv the Rev ratler Clanci Inncis "-teplwu Moylan ti ird «on of s F Movían, Cleicoe West MaltlarJ to Crace I emberton rounge,t da 15h ir of 'lu late I- I Thornton fnmierlv of Warwick and Mrs. Thornton,
Tlic lloo, ' Bowen ternice, New Farm
ROIL OF HONOUR.
BROWN -In loving memory of o ir dear con,
S "-nailer lohn William Brown <"th Battalion All wl 0 was killed in action le France
th Ai ril lils Son cf Mr ard Mrs 1 Brown, 1 Jston teirare ReJ Hill and grandson o' Mr». 1 Brom Cairns terrace Red Hall Brisbane
Died ficjitint, fir the right, civilisation and
A con of Australia 1 DHL) ON SERA H. F
DAIi -Born in Hobart 6th Mar, 1*>0, died of
v o 11 's rtli April JMS I leur. Colonel Chu 1 ce I) Well« IUW ("CaptauTl DSO, 0 L Olh Battalion, A LF enlisted 5th August, 1 U aho of fMth 1 It of Melbourne Regiment, dearlv Iel ve I Ihlr son of the late Wm I Dall an I Mrs Dil Oultehan bo tanterbun loved tr tier of Lie t \\ m C Beek Dalv
A I J: Richard G re Strahan I leanore, M B , Anastasia an I t^rporal Gustave A Dalv, Alt cousin of I! Ir Wm A. Daly, A.11
Deo e * Regí Fldebs "
D>FR-In loviig meniorv of Private Harry
Moreton Djer _ th Battalion died of wounds ern Mi} itii 191 it Bullecourt, the dearly lov c 1 bun of Mr ai d Mrs. 1 Dv er ai I brother of Doris Ted and 1 red "Meridian «andgate
Pcac perfect peace
In some good ca 1 e not in mine own
Te petlsh viept lor honoured known, Mil like a warrior, overthrown
now \KO -In sail nnl loving memorr of our
deir stn aid brother Private I It K (Heir) Ilowarl killed ia action Bullecourt,
on the i r Mav 1 1
Somewhere in France he Is ljmg,
He answered 11s countrva coll He died 1 n An vralian hero.
The no1 lot death of all
Inserted Iv his borrow li«; parents ant brother Frank sister and brother In law, lollne and la Thompson (on active tervice) and brother ai 1 s «ter in law .Monti an I Louisa Howard
hF\S-Private William lames Kej« a"nd
Batt ilion \ I F kille-1 ni ..clion in France Airll Sill 191« biloved husbanl of Mr» I ertrudc VI 1 vs Woidai and second son ff the late W Kevs and Mrs Kevs ol Mt Mluen Wombi
USV-K-A tribute of love to the memory ot
Jahn Leask who fell at Bullecourt, 011 May 4th,
A record ria «tainle- 1 if
I mellish | uri ai d 'dgli
Cril nst lum in a heros c.r»Tt%
Beneath a 'orelgn skv In_rt«l Iv lils loving "fiïters."
M1LI>-Killed in aetioa Kpr 1 Cn I, 1013,
Private Io»e|ih Hearv Mile' dearlv lovel ellet bon of Mr -P'' Mrs W barn Mile* I_ldlei, aged n1 vears
Creater lore hath no man tlian th!«
MONTGOMrlti -In proud anl loving roemorv
of our dearlv beloved ton and broiler Private Jol n A Montgomen killed in action. Mai 4th, 1*17 aged - vea-s anl b months.
\ better son and I roth«- never lived,
Nor ne so trvie and kind
Ills equal in this wean v rid
We virr rorelv find
HI« loving smiles and happv suva
Are pleasant to recall
He alvvai had a pleasant word,
tal d ed beloved bv ull
Inserted bv he loving mother fathe- sister, an i brolher (Beit) on act ve *enice
MONTCOA LR i -In sad bu proud memorv of
inj di-ar Iwotl er I te John a Mo i " ner reported I li -1 in action Mai r'h lui"
When i-i -re larl aid frund-, are fe», Dear J c1 v liow I long for v on
Insertod bv his sormwir« s st"r Ella
NICHOLSON-In loving memorr of mv dearest
friend. Private Pen) Henri Nichol on, kJleJ in amen en April ath 1"1«
Illa countn called, he answered
InsTieJ 11 ht-, lov ing friend Dai<i Pearn
«TI COCh. -Private Horace (Jack) Silcock, killed
in action in France on Ar il th, 191«, age M vean ard s months.
His countrj called, lie answered. Inserted b¿ lu» sorrowing mother
FTKrNCFFJUXVW -In loi ire merni of our
dear con and Iroràier Pre ( eonre Ian ej "-txincielljvi killed in action at Bullecourt oetvvcen ti e 3.-d and 4ta _ Mav ]ir"
Ou- *ev-ow was great, our lctss lord to bear tod inoAs ve luve lost u f^nd son -ral
b- ti cr e care.
We mourn for \ou, dearest, in silence unseen
And d veil on ti e memora of dav 4 ti at ha**e
Incited bv his ever loving mother and sist**
VINNICOMBE-In loving memory of our dear
son and brother Private Jack Vinnicombe, 9th Battalion, who was killed in action in France,
May .7th, 1917.
He sleeps beside his comrades In hallowed graves unknown
But his name is written in words of love In the hearts he left at home
Inserted by his loving mother, brother, and. sisters W VLL-In sad but loving re-nembranee of my
dear trot! er Private lack T Wall kille«! in action Bullecourt France Ma} th l^l", a-ed - vealN o months (seconl *oa Mr and vir- lame. Wull Toowoomba)
Ainralia mourns her heros fate, j
Who died to bring her fame
True to d irtrr King and mate.
Leaving a spotle-^ name
He died 01 tie (reid of battle
Somewhere t Bullecourt he V,l He li ors ro' the call of the a el«
Or the £-?? c1 ef the bursting fhell
«leep oi de-r lack in a s-liier,- grave, loir lil«- Í MiOTuba v,u n bli gave . «w>* tie minion that will n-ver fade, Peve ma wither ©res. cea-o to se.
But eve- v<-ur memorr, dear lack will cleave
'<*rf'iv f* me
Inserted br lis so-owing si te- Carrie Mall
WATSON - As a token of remembrance of our
brave brother, Norman Mayor Watson, who gave his life that we might live, killed in action in France on April 5th.
"Knowing that whatsoever good thing any man doeth, the same shall he receive of the Lord."
Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. R. Wyllie.
WATSON - Killed in action somewhere in
France, Gunner William George Watson, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Watson, Mill- bank,Bundaberg, aged 19 years 7 months.
C\?TMiTT -On 1 e ^ti. -viril a» her -e_
'dence lane t-^t v allev, 11 .a relic- o' t* e 1 te Win i "urn II, aged "> rears.
TE.VPLF C1 PT!-- -On Mav Srd a her si Icrs
re^idei re "rTirrcff* Ta-a-t=*-et- Wn I c «.Pera Foi r Ms i w dei o! the lae 1 'wi-J Ten f. e C irtis nd ditg-ite of the L.te I_--<r-e *m h of BrU-jr
HvLL-Dird *ip-i -ird 1«1* at Cltnrow^n
iTivat- HosTi-l Mr ivilliaui Hal' late of D.l r and Redcliffe
lie rtcd bv hu t rrow-ng wife teni, oal caae!te
HFNDFR -0- Mav 1 t at LV<>- r Pus-* 1
Is arl Cwer^c ne t rd t-u-jh« - o' i'» I
J H Pie-ce Healer late o' T> sneheved ladoûro-p r » a -if-3 pipes I ci L i pi
NH~ON -On let Mar at «on'« Bri bane Mar
ga-et NcKn in her ?"".h .ear
Pr rat nterraent at «viith B .sbsne
LUI -or .* h v.r il v her resi'e«ce Vkave
Bo vin letra -. i ail er ne v er m earh I* 1 l'i^hUi'UI arl vnrs
WrN«T-\NL--l -On ~>n" Jir-1 at «t Helen«
I nr te II s-i al llra-v Lie «e%,fin« I th jli a i - j ni I "*band cf Je« ' Wm«isn
Vi Darel'ae stn-et ~outli brislare, aged Ï4
CITAPMA»" -In lorlng memory of my dear
father. James Chapman (Chapman K Com pany), who departed thLs Ufa at Kintilhv,' Gregorj-terrace, on fth Miv, 1917,
Gore, but not forgotlen
Inscrtcri bv his loving eldest s n Archibald Dui can Campbell Chapman
DcTNLEAVY -In lov ng memory of mv dear hue
band. William Dunlesvy, who passed away in his sleep on Mav 4th, 1917.
Inserted by his living wife
FTIPW -Ii lovinc memorv oí A " Frev, who
passed awa> in Sjdnev, N S Males, May 4,
HICKS -In loving memorv of my dear wile and
our mother, who departed «his life 6th May,
Not a sound disturbs vour slumber,
Not a care to mark vour brow
All vour pains and trials are oier,
1 on are happy resting now
Inserted by her loving husband and farmlv
McDONAf D- In loving remembrance of Tohn R
McDonald, of Old Marmadilla Station, died st Rockhampton 4th Mav 1°00
Inserted bv his w ldow an I sons and daughters, L*,pir stoneleigh street, lutwvehe
PETERSFN -In ead ard loving memory of Our
dear daughter and sister Lilij who fell asleep on the 4th Mav, 1910, also our dear son and brother William, who fell asleep on the *-rth
We lovingly watched them, and shrank from the
But link aft»» link: the chain must be broke, badlv we watcheu each last fading breath
Till thei sank like a babe co peaceful to rest, 5»o vourg in their vears, with life so fair,
Tnelr vjuls haie passed away
Their sun that seemed to shine «9 bright
Went down while vet was dav
Inserted bj their loving parents and brother
POWTLL- In loving memorv of my dear wife
and our dear mother Alice laura Powell who died 5th Mav 191"
Tlough death divide« fond memory cling».
Inserted bv her husband (hdword Powell) and familj
QiJILLER -In loving -memorv of rov dear-dins
ban! and father, who departed the« life,May
We niall all meet ogain In the morning" Irsorted bj his loiing wife and cldldreii
QUILLER - In loving memorv of dear father,
lohn Rowett Quiller, who departed this life May 5th, 1910
Blessed are the dead whirh die In the I/»rd Inserted by Phillis and Arch
STFI-R - In loving memorv of T Ronald,
dearlv loved onlv sxm of G A and b I Steer, died Ma> 4th, P14
' BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, ~"
The D-i'UCnTFRS of the late Mr Charl Hall c1 Northgate return ti r llU\h> to their narrj friends for their kind cxpn-äBiona of sympathy cards flowers V.e in their recent
Mr anil Mrs SIIIRLFT, Morningside, tender their sincere THANKS to the doctor, matron, and nurses Children s Hospital Ambulance Transpon Brigade, Mr am Mrs Tailor, the National Political League the l)S t K, and all kird friends for messages tf s>-path«- and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave
Priv-ite A STOCK, AIT, and Mr and Mrs HIGH STRA.1N and familv wish to THANK all relatives and friends far kind >-npatby, floral tributes, and letters in their recent sad bereave
Mr Al FRED Oin desires to tender li!« sincere TlLANliS to Ins many friends for Hie kind letters telegrams nu usages of svuipathj, tnd Caral tributes sent bun in his recent sad bereav enient
oin. li WIN STAN LFT, Dnnellan ttrect, South Brisbane tende» her sincere THANhS to her inanv kind friends for floral tributes and mes cc,es oi impatlij in her recent »ad bereavement, aLo Dr Meek, Matron and «taff «t Helen« Prliate Hospital, for their kind attention