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FUNERAL NOTICES

(Up to 8 lines 5/ prepaid, each extra line 6d.).  

Funeral advertisements will be received up to

1.45 a.m.

HANDY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. WM.  

HANDY, Sen. (of Fernberg-road, Rosalie), will     move from the Sacred Heart R. C. Church, Rosalie, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 3.30   0'clock, to the Toowong Cemetery. Private  

interment.

K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

LINNETH.-The Friends of Mrs. P. C. LINNETH

and Family are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her deceased Husband and their Father, (P. C. Linneth), to move from his late   residence, "Mayfield," Lytton-road, Bulimba,       THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 3.30 o'clock,       to the Bulimba Cemetery.

FOLEY, CREMIN, LTD., Undertakers, 'Phone    

1986 and 6555.

LINNETH. -The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. I

BOWERS, Mr. and Mrs. J. LINNETH, Mr. and   Mrs. G. LINNETH, Miss METTA, and Mr.

VINCE LINNETH are respectfully invited to  

attend the Funeral of their deceased Father

and Father-in-law, (Mr. P. C, Linneth), to move     from his late residence, "Mayfield," Lytton-     road, Bulimba, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 3.30 o'clock, to the Bulimba Cemetery.

FOLEY, CREMIN, LTD., Undertakers, 'Phone

1986 nnd 6555.

MARKWELL.-The Funeral of the late BENJA-        

MIN MARKWELL, late of Esk, is appointed to leave the Ipswich Railway Station on arrival of the 10 o'clock train from Brisbane, THIS (Friday) FORENOON, for the Ipswich Ceme- tery.

ALEX GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.  

SPARKES.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

SPARKES, of Kuraby, late of Bowen Hills, Brisbane are respectfully invited to attend the     Funeral of their deceased Son, William P. Sparkes, to move from Mr. and Mrs. J. A.     Jewell's residence, Villa-street, Annerley, TO-           MORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2   o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.

ALEX GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.  

SPARKES. -The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E.

HESLEHURST, Mr. and Mrs. H. WINDLEY, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. JEWELL, and Mr. and Mrs. W. MAY, of Sydney, are respectfully in-     vited to attend the Funeral of their deceased   Brother and Brother-in-law, William P.       Sparkes, to move from Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jewell's residence, Villa-street, Annerley, TO-     MORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.

ALEX. GOW, Undertaker, &c., Petrie Bight.

[Notices of ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES,   BIRTHS, DEATHS, MEMORIAM, ROLL OF HONOUR, and RETURN THANKS (not exceed-       ing 6 lines, exclusive of poetry or quotations)  

3/ per insertion prepaid each additional line 6d. Booking rates 1/ extra. ENGAGEMENT        

NOTICES must be signed by both contracting     parties, witnessed by a clergyman, J.P., or some   responsible person, and all other NOTICES by some responsible persons before they can be in- serted.  

BIRTHS.

ALLEN.-On the 30th August 1921 at Nurse   Milson's, Albion, to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Allen, Beerburrum-a daughter.

GRIFFITHS.- On July 21st at Nurse Knox's

Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Griffiths-a

son.

MOLLE. -On September 13th, at Ingarfield  

Private Hospital, to Dr. and Mrs. Eric

Molle-a son.

MARRIAGES.

MARTIN-DANIEL.-On 16th July,at Toowong    

Presbyterian Church, by Rev. R. B. Waters, Hedley F. C. (second son Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Martin, Melton-road, Nundah) to Margaret C.   C. (eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Daniell, Lambert-road, Indooroopilly).  

ROLL OF HONOUR.

HARPER.-In loving memory of Private Clyde

McDonald Harper, 19th Battalion, kiled in action in France, on September 16, 1918. Inserted by his, loving sister and brothers.

DEATHS.  

HACKETT.-On August 22nd at her residence,

11 Sheehan-street, Ponsonby, Auckland, N. Z.,     Elizabeth, dearly loved wife of J. Hackett, baker, formerly of Toowong.

STANLEY.-On 14th September at Witherslack,    

Chelmer, Margaret widow of the late Francis

D. G. Stanley, in her 76th year. Private inter-

ment.

IN MEMORIAM.

CLAYTON - In loving, remembrance of our be-  

loved mother and wife, Annie Clayton who died 16th September, 1920.

This day brings back sad memories

Of our dear mother who is laid at rest; Mother bade no one a last good-bye,     Mother waved her hand to none;

Mother's spirit flew before we knew  

That from us dear mother had gone   To gain a glorious life above.

Inserted by her loving husband George, and

children.

HAMMOND.- In loving memory of my dear    

husband and our father, George Sargeant Ham-

mond, who departed this life September 16th

1920.

A place is vacant in our home

Which never can be filled.    

Inserted by his loving wife and family.  

BEREAVEMENT NOTICES.

Mrs. COONEY (Gladstone-street, Paddington)         desires to THANK Rev. Father Masterson, Dr.   Walsh, Sisters of Mercy, Rosalie, Mrs. Burgess,

and all kind neighbours and friends for their attention and kindness to herself and children during their recent serious illness.  

The FAMILY of the late Mrs. C. McMurtry, of Red Hill, tender their sincere THANKS to Messrs. Perry Brothers and employees and all   kind friends and relatives for floral tributes, telegrams, and letters; also the Rev. James   Cosh and doctors, sisters, and nurses of No. 6   Ward, General Hospital, for their kindness and sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

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