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(In order to guard against imposition, notices of

Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti-

cated by some respectable person to ensure their

insertion.)  

BIRTHS.

IRWIN.-On the 24th April, to Mr. and Mrs. F. S.  

Irwin (late of Cheltenham)- a son (stillborn).

PAYTON- (nee Ginivan).-On the 12th April, at  

Nurse Rohl's, Curzon street to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Payton, of 701 Spencer street, West Mel- bourne- a son (stillborn).

WITHINGTON -On the 6th April, to Mr. and Mrs.

W. P. Withington, of 22 Asling street. Brighton - a son.

DIED ON SERVICE. KENNEDY.-Killed in action, on the 28th March, Michael Thomas Kennedy, of Myall. He left his home in health and strength To fight for those he loved the best.

DEATHS.

ADAMS-On the 24th April, at "Rockleigh,"

Yarra street, Alphington, Maria, the dearly be- loved wife of John S. Adams, in her 84th year. A resident of Alphington for 62 years. By re- quest, no flowers.  

BROWN.-On the 21st April, at Melbourne (sud-  

denly), James Brown, merchant, Nhill (Interred privately Melbourne General Cemetery.)  

CAHILL.-On the 24th April, 1916, at a private

hospital, Geelong, Annie Ursula, the dearly be- loved daughter of William and Caroline Cahill, and loving sister of Joseph, Eileen, and Henry   Cahill, of 62 Melbourne road, North Geelong,

aged 13 years.

Requiescat in pace.  

CAMERON.-On the 24th April, at Polloch, Nagam-  

bie Alexander MachLachan, beloved husband of   Florence Cameron ("Oban Times"' and "North-     ern Chronicle please copy.)  

DANKS. -On the 24th April, at Melbourne, Eliza

Susannah Danks, of No 48 Walsh Street, Coburg, the dearly beloved mother of Thomas, Francis, Vivian, Percival, May, Joseph and Amy, loved sister of Tilly, Maggie, and Charlie King, and   mother-in-law of W. Bacon, aged 54 years    

A loving mother deeply mourned

DAY -On the 23rd April 1916 (after operation),

Edward the beloved husband of Elizabeth Day, Tweedside street, Essendon, late of Victorian Rail-  

ways.   FAREY.-On the24th April, at 305 Barker's road,     East Kew, Emily the dearly beloved wife of James Farey and loving mother of Winnie, Maud,   Emily, Florrie, Beau, Harold, Leslie, and

Arthur.

GILL.-On the 23rd April, 1916 (accidentally killed),

Frank Lloyd dearly beloved husband of Lucy Gill, Beach avenue, Elwood (Private funeral.)    

IRWIN.-On the 24th April, Gladys, the beloved  

wife of Stanley Irwin (late of Cheltenham).

JOHNSTONE. -On the the 24th April, at his residence,

No. 52 Byron street, Footscray, Francis, the dearly   beloved husband of Esyabella Johnstone, and     father of John Douglas and Francis Johnstone, and brother of Mary Ann, Agnes, Robert, Ed- ward and John Johnstone.

"The banner of peace"

McLACHLAN.-On the 24th April, at her residence,  

Middlefield, Leongatha, Agnes, the dearly be-   loved wife of Archibal McLachlan and beloved mother of Mrs. Catlow, Mrs Ryan, Mrs. Oakes.

Mrs. Young, Mrs. Qullium, Nellie, archie, and   Jack, aged 76. Native of Ayrshire, Scotland.

Passed peacefully away.

NEELD.- On the 22nd Aprll at his late residence,

"Wyalong House," Neeld street, Wyalong,   N.S.W. Frederick Neeld passed peacefully away,   aged 86 years (Late of Nathalia.)  

At rest.

PARKINSON.-At his residence, Vickery street,  

Bentleigh, Thomas, ex-superintendent of police,  

the beloved husband of Catherine Parkinson, and   father of George Parkinson, and grandfather of Florence,Dorothy, and George T. F. Parkinson,  

of 8 Moffatt street, South Yarra.

Sadly missed.

PERCIVAL. -On the 22nd April, at the residence  

of her daughter, Mrs J Clay, Dendy street, Brighton, Sarah, relict of the late Thomas Per- cival, Lancashire, England, loving mother of     Mrs. Levy, (Bondi, Sydney), Mrs Conroy (Fitz-t roy, Mrs. Clay (Brighton), Mrs. Hudson, and   Mrs. McCormack (England), aged 86 years.  

SEARLE. -On the 24th April, at the residence of

her son-in-law T. N. Campbell, "Campera," Joyce street Elwood, Elizabeth, relict of the late     Simon Searle, late Buncle and Chetwynd streets,   North Melbourne, loving mother of Ern, Will, Carrie, Annie, and Harry, aged 71.

At rest.

SUTCLIFFE.-On the 22nd April, at the Melbourne

Hospital (result of accident), Florence Marion, dearly beloved wife of Arthur, jnr , loving mother of Roy and Freda, third daughter of Mr and   Mrs. Barr fond sister of George Perks William.   Mrs. Mahus, Mrs. Fred Bradford, Jack, and

Nellie, aged 31.

In the midst of life we are in death.

TYLER.-On the 22nd April, at Geelong, May  

Frances, late Sister at the Ballarat Hospital, the dearly loved friend of Clement J. Nash, Geelong.

TYLER-On the 22nd April, at Myers street, Gee-

long, May Frances, dearly loved eldest daughter     of J. and E. Tyler, "The Pines," Ballarat.

VICKERS.-On the 22nd April, at South Yarra, Marguerite Jessie (Madge), only daughter of the late E. J. and Jessie Vickers, niece of Colonel A.   H. Sturdee and the late Colonel H. W. Perrin.

WAITE.-On the 24th, April, at his residence,

"Gilburu," High street, East Malvern, also of Equitable place, Collins street, the beloved hus- band of Elizabeth Waite, and father of L. F.  

A. K. L. J., and N. Waite, and Mrs. F Burston, in his 67th year.  

" He giveth His beloved sleep."

WEBSTER.-On the 22nd April, at Sorrento, Catherine, beloved wife of William Webster, snr., beloved mother Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Priest, Mrs. Eldred, Mrs. Hastings, William, and Mrs. Williamson, aged 78 years.

WITHINGTON.-On the 20th April, Hugh Patter-   son, the infant son of Mr and Mrs. W. P. With- ington, of 22 Asling street, Brighton.

IN MEMORIAM.

ADAMS.-In sad and loving remembrance of our

dearly beloved son, Private John Knox Adams (Bob) who was killed in action, Dardanelles, April 25, beloved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, of 122 McPherson street, Essendon; also loving brother of Daisy, Lottie, Charlie,   Clemmie, and Robert, aged 22 years 9 months.

In Anzac's lonely graveyard,  

Beneath the lonely sod,

There lies our dearest brother,

Resting in peace with God.

-(lnserted by his parents, brothers, and sisters. Western and South Australian papers please copy.)   ASPINALL-In affectionate remembrance of Alfred Aspinall, only son of Alfred and the late Jane Aspinall, of Thomas street, Richmond, late of Wolseley parade, Kensington, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, April 25, 1915. (Alf

Aspinall, sen.)  

ASPINALL.-In loving memory of Fred Aspinall,

killed in action at the Dardanelles, April 25, 1915. (Violet M. Jones.)

BAKER.-In loving memory of our dear sister,

Elsie who departed this life April 25, 1915, at West Australia; also our brother Raym, at W.A., April 9, 1913.    

Both deeply mourned.

-(Inserted by their loving sisters and brother- in-law, M. F. Gerke.)    

BALFE.-Killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25, Lieut. J. Rupert Balfe, third son of Matthew and

Sarah Balfe, of Brunswick.  

BANKS.-In sad and loving memory of our dear  

Charlie, killed in action at Gallipoli on 25th April, 1915. (Inserted by his mother, brothers,

and sister.)  

BASTO.- In loving memory of my dear son, Leo

(platoon sergeant, "A" Company, 6th Batt., 2nd Brigade) who died nobly in the service of the Empire, Gallipoli, April 25, 1915.  

Rest in peace.

BELL -ln sad ind loving remembrance of Signaller Thomas George Bell, killed in action at the Dar- danelles, on the 25th April, 1915, aged 19. (In- serted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters,  

Lakes Entrance.)   BLICK. — In loving memory of our dearly loved youngest son and brother, Leslie Colin, lieutenant 7th Batt., A.I.F., who was killed at Gallipoli,   25th April, 1915, aged 23 years.

Our brave boy, he nobly did his duty.  

You answered the call of your country, Les.  

— (Inserted by his loving father and mother, A. J. and C. Blick, also Annie, Perce, Kitty,   Hugh, Alice, Herbert, and Ivy, sister, sisters-in-   law, brothers, and brother-in-law.)    

BLICK. — In memory of Lieutenant L. C. Blick,

who was killed in action at Fisherman's Hut,   Gallipoli, on 25th April 1915, loving husband of Jeanette, and father of little Leslie. (Inserted   by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Harris and family, "Dhurringile," Droop street, Footscray.)    

BLICK. — In memory of my dear husband, Lieu-

tenant Leslie Colin, who was killed in action  

at Fisherman's Hut, Gallipoli, on 25th April, 1915. Father of little Lesley.

BRENNAN.-In sad and loving memory of Private       Francis Patrick Brennan, of Box Hill road, Oak- leigh who was killed on the day of the landing,  

25th April 1915.

For God and his country.  

-(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters.) BUNNING.-ln loving memory of my dear wife

and our dear mother who died on April 24, 1915,

at Benalla.

Ever missed.

-(Inserted by her loving husband and children.) CARTER.-In fond memory of my dear tent mate,  

              Will, who was killed at the Dardanelles on 25th

April, 1915.

For King and country. Beloved by all.

-(Inserted by his comrade, J. H. Attwater, on active service.)

CHEESE.-ln loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away April 25, 1914

As true a heart that ever beat

Has passed away from earth;

But memory dwells within the hearts

Of those who knew his worth.

-(Inserted by his loving wife, M. A. Cheese.)

CHEESE.-In sad and loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on April 25, 1914

Ever loving, true, and just,

Until we meet again before His throne,

Clothed in the spotless robe he gives His own;

Until we know even as we are known.

Good night.

-(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-   law R. and J. Dott.)

IN MEMORIAM.

CLARK.- In loving memory of our Jack (Private

John Watsford Clark), who laid down his life at Gaba Tepe, Gallipoli, on the 25th April, 1915. (Inserted by his mother and Bebe.)

COHEN.-Private Will Cohen, A.I.E.F., late of 28

Napier street, Fitzroy, died of wounds at Galli-

poli, April 25, 1915.  

Consummatus est.

-(Inserted by J.C.B.)     CRELLIN.-In sad and loving memory of our dear

son and brother, Norman Colvin (sergeant, 5th Battalion 1st A.I.F.), who was killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915, aged 20 years. (In-

serted by his parents, sisters, and brothers,   "Leaayre," Field street, Glenhuntly.)

CROWL.-In loving memory of my dear friend

Claude, who was killed at Gallipoli on 25th

April, 1915.

"Ah, well for us all home sweet hope lies,

Deeply hidden from human eyes; And in the hereafter angels may

Roll the stone from its grave away."

CROWL.-In loving memory of our brave Claude

Terrell, killed at Gallipoli, 25th April, 1915. (Inserted by parents, sisters, and brothers.)

CROWL.-In loving memory of Claude Terrell,

youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Crowl,   Poowong, who was killed in action at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915. (Inserted by his brother, Bert Crowl, Worongary, Queensland.)

DALE.-In loving memory of our dear son and

brother, Edwin John, late 8th Batt., A.I.F., killed in action at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915.

Oh, what a moral lesson our gallant hero taught, He knew the danger in his path, and still for

honour fought.

For honour he laid down his life-a noble thing

to do.

He died for King and country, a soldier brave and true.

-(Inserted by his loving parents and family, Warrnambool, 25/4/16.)

DANAHER.-In sad and loving memory of my

dear nephew, Private Edward ("Teddy") Dana- her, who was killed in the landing at Gallipoli

on April 25, 1915.

He gave his life for his King and country.

-(Inserted by his loving auntie, M. E. Danaher. Western Hotel, city.)

DANAHER.-In loving memory of Private E. B.

Danaher, 7th Battalion, who was killed in the landing at the Dardanelles, 25th April. 1915, aged 20 years.     A sudden change at God's command he fell.

He had no time to bid his friends farewell. The summons came without a warning given,

That bade him haste to meet his God in heaven.

Oh, Teddy, dear, we miss you here From the home you loved so well.

We pray that God hast found you rest   With the angels of the blest.

-(Inserted by his parents, sisters and brothers, Shields street, Flemington.)

DAVIES.-In loving memory of Arnold Davies, my

son's tent comrade, who gave his life at Galli- poli, April 25, 1915.  

Sleep on, brave heart. -(Inserted by Mdme. Narik.)

DAVIS.-ln loving memory of our dear son and

brother, Arnold Frederick, killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915.

And none you loved were there, dear Arn,

To hear your last soft sigh,

To breathe a prayer to God above,  

Or kiss your lips good-bye.

Now our thoughts they sadly wander,  

As the twilight shadows fall,

To those happy days when you were here,

Those days beyond recall.

He quickly answered to his country's call; He gave his life, his best, his all.

--(Inserted by his sorrowing father and mother, sisters, and brothers; Ernie and Clarrie, still at the front.)

EHRENBERG.-In loving remembrance of Morrie

(Sergeant S. M. Ehrenberg), who was killed in action at Gallipoli.

Dearly loved by all.

-(Inserted by his aunts and uncle, Ray, Golds, and Morris Ehrenberg.)

EHRENBERG.-In loving memory of our dear

cousin, Morrie (Sergeant S. M. Ehrenberg), who was killed in action at Gallipoli. Deeply mourned by Doris and Eric.

EHRENBERG.-In loving memory of our dear

nephew, Morrie (Sergeant S. M. Ehrenberg), who was killed in action at Gallipoli. Deeply mourned by his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ehrenberg.

EHRENBERG.-In sad and loving remembrance of

our brave nephew, Morrie (Sergeant S. M. Ehren- berg), who was killed in action at Gallipoli. Deeply mourned by his aunt and uncle, C. and J. Planck.    

ELLIOT.-In loving memory of W. W. H. Elliot,

B Company, 7th Battalion, 2nd Infantry Brigade, who was killed in action at Gallipoli on 25th April, 1915.

He never shunned his country's call,

But gladly gave his life, his all.  

-(Inserted by T. J. Stones and family.)   ELLISON.-In loving memory of James Leslie  

(Ginty), dearly beloved son of James and the late Annie J. Ellison, who was killed at Gallipoli about 4 p.m. April 25, 1915, whilst trying with five comrades to capture a machine gun; loved

cousin of Sergeant W. J. Ellison, Signaller A. McDonald Ellison, Private Roy W. Townsend, and loved nephew of Private H. Gray (all on active service abroad).

And how can man die better than facing fearful

odds for the ashes of his fathers and the temples of his God?

And hath he not high honour, the hillside for

a pall?

To lie in state while angels wait with stars for

tapers tall?

And the dark rock-pines like tossing plumes over

his bier to wave;

And comrades' hands in that lonely land to lay

him in the grave?    

He died for honour, king, and the dear home-

land, Australia.

FOTHERGILL.-In sad memory of our dear son

Jack, who was last seen alive on the 25th April, 1915, at the Dardanelles,    

Far and oft our thoughts do wander

To a grave so far away,

Where our boy gave his life so noble and brave,

Your picture hangs upon the wall, The dear face we love to see.

And in the hearts of those you love it ever

dear shall be.

(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brother,

and sisters.)

GRAHAM.-In memory of our dearly loved nephew,

Robert Graham (Robbie), killed on active ser- vice, April 25, 19153. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs.

W. A. Gibson.)

HART.-In sad and loving memory of my dear

father, Lewis Hart, who died April 25, 1915; also my dear brother Fred, who died May 8,

1907.

Sadly missed.  

-(Inserted by Louie D'Amer-Drew.)

HOOKE.-Died of wounds received at the Darda-

nelles' landing, Sergeant John Huon Hooke, 6th

Battalion.

IN memory of those of the "immortal" 11th

Battalion, A.I.F., who fell at Gaba-Tepe on 25th April, 1915. (Inserted by Constance Drake-

Brockman.)

IN loving memory of my comrades of the 2nd

Field Ambulance, who gloriously passed to the higher life in action on Gallipoli. (Inserted by Edgar F. Allan, 1st Division, on active ser- vice.)

JONES.-In fond and loving memory of our dear

brother, Hubert C. W. (Bert), who gave his life for his country, Anzac, April 25, 1915.

"Greater love hath no man."

-(Inserted by his loving brother and sister,

Frank and Barbara.)

JONES.-In loving memory of our beloved younger

son and brother, Hubert C. W. Jones, who gave his life at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915.

"For ever with the Lord."

So dearly loved, so deeply mourned.

-(Inserted by his father, mother, sisters, and

brothers.)

LAWRENCE.-Killed in action at Gallipoli, 25th

April, 1915, Stanley, the dearly loved and only son of William and Maud Lawrence, and loved   brother of Ruby and Susie, in his 23rd year.

Sadly missed.

-(Inserted by his loving parents, Bent street, Brighton.)   LESTER.-On the 26th April, 1915, killed in action

at Gallipoli, formerly reported missing, Private Harold R. Lester, 5th Battalion, 1st Australian Division, eldest son of S. and A. Lester, and brother of Arthur and Violet. R.I.P.

So dearly loved, so deeply mourned. -(Sydney papers please copy.)

MACARTHUR.-In memory of Alexander James

MacArthur, 7th Battalion, who died in action

off Gallipoli, April 25, 1915. Loved nephew of Mrs. Jay, Flemington.    

From earth's wide bounds, from ocean's far-

thest coast,

Through gates of pearl streams in the count-

less host.

Singing to Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,

"Alleluia!"

MACAULAY.-In loving memory of our dear son

and brother, Lance-Corporal Alex. Macaulay, A Company, 7th Battalion, who was killed in action on Sunday afternoon, April 25, 1915, at Gallipoli,

aged 24 years.

Only the grave of a hero, only a mound of

earth,

Far from the land of wattle, the spot that gave

him birth;

But in the cause of Empire he answered his coun-

try's call,

On the heights of Gaba-Tepe he gave his life,  

his all.

The supreme sacrifice of a clean, strong life.

-(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brother, Footscray.)

MACAULAY.-In loving memory of Lance-Corporal

A. M. Macaulay (Alex.), who fell at Gallipoli, on the 25th of April, 1915, while nobly discharg- ing his duty.

Never the lotus closes,

Never the wild fowl wake;

But a soul goes out on the east wind,

That died for England's sake. -(Inserted by Marion.)

MCARTHUR.-In fond and loving memory of our

dear son and brother, Alexander James, who was killed at Gallipoli, 25th April, 1915. (In- serted by his loving father, mother, sisters, and brother, and brother-in-law.)

McDONALD.-Private Fenley John, A Company,

7th Battalion, killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25th, 1915 (late of Pearson, Rowe, Smith, and Co., of Nagambie), aged 23 years. (Previously reported as June 3.)

MUNRO.-A tribute of love to the memory of

Private James Munro, B Company, 7th Bat- talion, who was killed in action at the landing of the Dardanelles, April 25th, 1915, age 23

years.

So bright a gleam, so dear a dream,

So few the happy years;

A loving past, too fair to last.

And nothing left but tears.

-Inserted by E. I. Mitchell, North Mooroopna.)

IN MEMORIAM.

O'LEARY.-In loving memory of our dear son and

brother, Private Daniel James, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, on 25th April, 1915, aged 24 years. R.I.P. (Inserted by his mother,

sisters, and brothers.)

O'LEARY,-A tribute to the memory of my dearly

loved brother, Daniel James, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, on 25th April, 1915. R.I.P. (Inserted by his sister Pat.)

O'LOUGHLIN.-In sad and loving remembrance of

our dearly beloved son, Corporal George O'Loughlin, who was killed in action at Galli- poli, 25th April, 1915.

In Gallipoli's lonely graveyard,

Beneath the lonely sod,

There lies my dearest son,  

Resting in peace with God.

In the bloom of life God called him;

In pride of his brightest days,

God has taken home our darling,

Placed our bud amongst his flowers; Taken back the child he lent us,

To a better home than ours.

Sad and oft our thoughts do wander

To the grave, so far away,

Where they laid our darling loved one

Just twelve months ago to-day.

In a soldier's grave he's sleeping:

One of earth's bravest and best;

In my heart I shall miss him for ever;

Still I know he is only at rest. R.I.P.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, Harry and Maude O'Loughlin, Hillside, Brunswick.)

O'LOUGHLIN.-In sad and loving remembrances of

our dearly loved brother, Corporal George O'Loughlin, who was killed in action at Gallipoli,

25th April, 19015. R.LP.

Always so loving, gentle, and kind,

Few in this world his equal to find, One of the best that God could find,

A loving brother and a faithful friend. Short was the call he had from above.

Not a word to his loved ones could say.

His eyes closed in death, with thoughts of

home

He silently passed away.

Our home seems lone and empty now,

Our hearts are sad to-day,

For God has issued his command,

And called our dear Georgie away.

-(Inserted by his loving brothers, James and Claude O'Loughlin.)

O'LOUGHLIN.-In sad and loving remembrances

of our dearly loved brother, Corporal George O'Loughlin, who waa killed in action at Gallipoli, 25th April, 1915. R.l.P.

Twelve months ago, so sad to recall, It is a day of remembrances to all, So suddenly on us our sorrow fell

To part with one we loved so well. To-day as I gaze on your picture,

In likeness so faithful and true;

If you knew how our poor heart is breaking

And longing our darling for you.

No one knows how much we miss him,

Friends may think the wound is healed;   But they little know the sorrow

Deep within our hearts concealed.

-(Inserted hy his sorrowing sisters, Maisie and

Doris O'Loughlin.)

O'LOUGHLIN.-In sad and loving remembrance of

our dearly loved brother, Corporal George O'Loughlin, who was killed in action at Galli- poli on April 25, 1915.

When a year ago we gathered.

Joy was in his mild blue eyes; But a golden cord is severed,

And our hope in ruin lies.

At our fireside, sad and lonely,

Often will our bosom swell, At remembrance of the story,

How our noble George fell;

How he strove to bear the banner

In the thickest of the fight,

And uphold his country's honour

In the strength of manhood bright. True, they tell us wreaths of glory

Evermore will deck his brow.

But this soothes the anguish only

Sweeping o'er our heart-strings now. Sleep to-day, oh early fallen,  

In they green and narrow bed;

Differs from the pines and cypress;

Mingle with the tears we shed.

-(Inserted by his sorrowing brothers, Lieut. H. and Pte. Sydney O'Loughlin, on active service.)

OLLEY.- Sacred to the memory of our dear

cousin Allan, who was killed in action at Gallipoli on the 25th April, 1915.

Sadly missed.

-(Inserted by his loving cousins Eileen and Myrtle.)

PEARCE.-In loving memory of Corporal Arthur

(Joe) M. Pearce, who fell at Gallipoli, on the 25th April, 1915.

"Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life."  

-(Inserted by his fellow-workers, "Holy Trinity" Church, East Melbourne)

PEARCE-In loving memory of our dear superin-

tendent, Corporal Arthur M. Pearce, who fell at Gallipoli on 25th April, 1915.

"He was master of himself."  

"Thou wilt keep him in perfect, peace, whose   mind is stayed on Thee, because he trusteth in  

Thee."  

-(Inserted by Superintendent (C. B. Hearn),      

teachers, and scholars of Holy Trinity Sunday- school No. 1, East Melbourne.)  

PEARCE.-In loving memory of Corporal "Joe"   

Pearce, late superintendent of Holy Trinity No. 1 Sunday School, East Melbourne. (Inserted by Amy, Willie, Bruce, and Willie Weesack.)

PIGGETT.-In sad and loving remembrance of our

dearly loved friend, Sergt.-Major Piggett, who was killed in action at Gallipoli, April, 1915.

One of the best.

A dutiful father; a loving friend.

A soldier and a hero.

A call to duty, 'twas nobly done; In doing that duty a crown was won. No fear for self, in trying to save

The lives of others, his life he gave. No useless coffin enclosed his breast ;

Not a sheet, nor in shroud we wound him; But he lay like a warrior taking his rest,  

With his martial cloak around him.

-(Inserted by bis sorrowing friends, O'Loughlin family.) Home papers please copy.

ROBERTSON.-In loving memory of my dear

friend, C. K. (Jack) Robertson, who was killed at the Dardanelles, 25th April, 1915.

"Never the lotus closes,

Never the wild fowl wake;

But a soul goes out on the east wind,

That died for England's sake." -("Syl.")

ROGERS.-In affectionate and loving remembrance

of our dear Arthur (Private A. E. Rogers), wounded at the landing of Australian troops at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915, died on the 26th.

"He will swallow up death in victory."

"The dead in Christ shall rise first; then we

who are left and remain shall be caught up       together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, so shall we ever be with

the Lord."

-(Inserted by his mother, sisters, and Miss

M. Flitton.)

ROSSITER.-A tribute to the memory of R. J.

Rossiter, who was killed in action at Gallipoli, on April 25. 19015. (Inserted by B. Caldwell, J. O'Cconnell, and Mrs. Bachelor and family, "The Cottage," Minyip.)

SCHARNESS.- Killed at Gallipoli on the 25th

April, C.Q.M.-Sgt. 7th Battalion, Charles, lov- ing and only son of M. A. Scharness, 36 Chaucer street, Moonee Ponds.

So dearly loved; so deeply mourned. -(Inserted by sorrowing mother.)

SEELEY.-In loving memory of Private Harold

George Seeley, 5th Battalion, A.I.F., killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25th, 1915, dearly be- loved son of Mrs. Annie Seeley, Gladstone street, Windsor, and brother of Amy, Emily, Daisy, and

Herb.

STACH.-In sad memory of Vincent A., killed in

action at Gallipoli, beloved of Lucia McPherson.

Thou shall keep him in perfect peace.

SINCLAIR.-In loving memory of our dear brother,

Private Robert Hector Sinclair (Bob), 5th Batt., killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915.

He gave his best, his life, his all, For King and country.

-(Inserted by his brothers and sisters.)

STRONG.-In loving memory of William Strong,

beloved husband of Eliza Ann Strong, who died the 25th April, 1915.

TAUSE.-In fond memory of Lance-Corporal Hector

Algernon Gordon Tause, fell at Gallipoli on April 25th 1915. (Inserted by his loving parents and

sister.)

TEVENDALE.-Killed in action at the Dardan-  

elles on the 25th April, 1915, Platoon-Sergeant Charles Tevendale, of the 7th Battalion, son of the late Charles and Lisie Tevendale, dearly loved stepson of Catherine Tevendale, of 6 Fair- bairn road, Toorak, and loved stepbrother of   Alan Norman Wallace and Hilda Tevendale, and nephew of Mrs. D. Bruce, of Little Keithock, Brechin, in Scotland, aged 20 years and 10

months.

Loved by all who knew him.

TWENTY-NINTH DIVISION.-25th April. Lest  

we forget. (G.W.D.)

WHITAKER.-In loving memory of Private C.

L. Whitaker, who died of wounds at Gallipoli, April 25 1915.

We commemorate Anzac, the twenty-fifth, For he was one of the gallant 5th,  

Who rushed to capture Gallipoli Heights,

And with comrades around him charged left and right.  

The task well accomplished, the 5th went on,

But leaving behind-what was left of our son. He had died for freedom and liberty, Our soldier in heaven-Private 6-7-3.

"Duty" His one watchword, nobly done;

No fear of death through screeching shell and gun. A soldier's death, what greater honour won? "Duty!" Aye, you did it well, my son.

-(Inserted by his father and mother, Moonee

Ponds.)

WHITAKER.-In sad memory of our dear bro-

ther, who died of wounds at Gallipoli, April 25,

1915. Far, far away, we know not where he sleeps,

On sandy desert or in ocean deep;

Naught left, save memories bitter-sweet,

For us, his loved ones, left to mourn and

weep.

-(Inserted by his brother and sisters, Moonee ponds.)

WHITAKER.-In memory of my dear brother, Private C. L. Whitaker, who died of wounds at Gallipoli, 25th April, 1915.  

We're proud that he answered the call. Tears fall, tho' our hearts will swell When we think of the day of landing,

How he died at Dardanelle.

He saw a comrade wounded sore  

Out in the open there;

He went to aid him, tho' just warned   That death was lurking near.  

-(Inserted by his loving sister, Mrs. Harold

V. King.)

WILSON-In memory of my dear brother, Pri-

vate Robert Mc. L, killed in action at Gal-  

lipoli, April 25, 1915. (Inserted by his sister,

M.W.)

IN MEMORIAM.

WILSON.-In loving memory of Captain Fredrick   Gladston Wilson, 13th Battalion, who was killed  

in action at the Dardanelles, between April 25th

and 27th, 1915.

Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain

shadows flee;

In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me. -(Inserted by M. Talliday, Sale.)

---------------------------------              

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.

MRS. BUSTORFF and Family tender their sincere

THANKS to their many kind friends and rela- tives for visits, letters, telegrams, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, Ethel   street, Malvern.  

FUNERAL NOTICES.

ADAMS.-The Friends of Mr. JOHN S. ADAMS  

are informed that the remains of lus lato be- loved wife. Maria, will bo.interred in the Heidel-

berg Cemetery.

Tbc fuotxal will leave "Rockleigh," Tatra street, i Alphington, To-raorrow (Wednesday, 20th April, 1918), at 3 o'clock. Private- funeral.

W. G. APPS uni SONS, Baargunay street, Hei- delberg. Tel. Held. 60 H.ÎS.

C*!*1

CAMERON. - The remains of the late ALEX-

ANDER CAMERON will leave Pollach, Na-   gambie, at 10am, Wednesday, arriving at Nagambie      

Cemetery 11 a.m.

DANKS.-The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA

DANKS are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Coburg  

General Cemetery.

Tile funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her son (Mr. Thomas Farrell), No. 48 Walsh street, Coburg. To-morrow (Wednesday, the 26th

April), at 3.30 p.m.

CHAS. P. FRILAY, Undertaker and Funeral Director, No. 259 Sydney road (near Town Hall,

Brunswick); also at South Melbourne, Carlton, j and Kensington. 'Phone Brunswick 446, or Cen

tral 5420.

FAREY--The Friends of Mr. JAMES FAREY

are informed that the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Emily, will be interred at the

Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.

Tile funeral will move from his residence, 305 Barker's Road, East Kew, THIS DAY (Tuesday,

23th inst.), at 3 p.m.

GILL. - The Friends of the late Mr. FRANK

LLOYD GILL are respectfully informal hi* I remain« will be iii tarer] in the Brighton Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his latp residence, No. 331 Such avenue, Elwood, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 25th |

April,- 1WC), at 2 o'clock.

JOHNSTONE.-The Friend» of the late Mr. FRAN-1

CIS JOÏÏNSTONK are respectfully invited to I follow his remains ta the place of interment, the

Footficray Cemetery.

The fraierai is appointed to move from his resl

dence. No*. ¡Ï2 Bvron strrct. Footscray, To-morrow, (Wednesday, April 26, 3916), at 5. o'clock.

WALTER A WARNE, Undertaker, 137 and 139 Barkly street, Footscray. 'Phone No. 0 Footficray I

Exchange.

PARKINSON.-The Friends of the late THOMAS

PARKINSON, late wih-ini*pcçtor of Victorian _ce Forces, arc respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, St. Kilda Central

Cemetery.

Tlic funeral is appointed to leave his residence, "Galoona," Vickery street, lïcntlciçh, To-morrow (Wednesday, 26th inst), at 2.30 p.m., arriving at

cemetery about «M5.

J. MONKHOUSE and SON, Undertaken., Carpenter street, Briiîhton; Bentleigh, ond Ssindringliam. 'Phone l1f»2 Brighton Exchange._ PKRCrVAU- The Friends of the late Mrs. SARAH

PERCIVAL are respectfully invited to tnllow her remains to the placeV Interment, the Brighton

Cemetery,

The funeral is appointed to move from the rrsi denco of her danphter, Mrs.1.!. Clay, Dendy street, Brighton, THIS DAY (Ti*=Hay, April 25), at 11

SEARLE.-The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA-

BETH SEARLE are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the

Truganina Cemetery.

The funeral will leave the residence of her son-in- law, Mr. T. N. Campbell, "Canrpaca," Joyce street. Elwood, To-morrow (Wednesday, 26th inst), at 11

o'clock.

JOSEPH ALLISON, Undertaker, Errol street, North Melbourne ('phone 751 Central), and Moonee Tonds ('phone 251 Ascot).

SUTCLIFFE.-The Friends of Mr. RICHARD

A. S. SUTCLIFFE arc respectiuny invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife. Florence Marion, to the place of interment, the New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

The funeral will leave Iris resilience, "Clifton," Gf» Epsom road, Kewduirton, TniS DAY (Tuesday,

""5th April), al 2 o'clock.

.10SEPH ALLISON, Undertaker, Errol street, North Melbourne Cphone 751 Central), and Moonee Ponds ('phone. 261 Ascot)._

WAITE.-The Friends ot the late Mr. SAMUEL

WATTE are informed that his remains will be interred io St Kilda Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, "Oilburn," High street. East Malvern, THIS DAY (Tuesday, April 25), at 8 o'clock,

DRAYTON and CARSON, Undertaker«, High street, Marvern; and Prahran. Tela. Mal 1228 and

Win, 370.

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