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a'BECKETT.-On may 29, to Joan, wife of W. A. K. a'Beckett-a daughter.

BISS.-On May JO, at the Margaret Coles,   to Torc, wife of A. L. Biss-a daughter.

BROWNING (Upton). - On May 26, at   Margaret Coley, to Mar j. and Les-a eon (Robert Leslie). (Both well.)

GOODES (nee Davis). - On May 29. at Coleiaine Bush Nursing Hospital, to Denise, wJe of Keith-a daughu-" (Robin Davis).

GREGSON (nee Rodger). - On May 26, at

Kyabram B.N.A.H., to Stan and Jessie-a


HENWOOD (nee Maddicks). - On May 28, at St. George's, Kew, to Marjorie and John -a daughter (Dianne Jean),

MAHER. –On May 22, at Euroa, to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Maher, Barnong, Violet Town–

a son (David).

MICHAELSON (Joyce Satchell). –On May 29, to Mr. and Mrs. E F. Michaelson –a daughter. (Both well.)

PETERS (nee Gunn). –On May 29, at St. Omer, to Pat and Don –a daughter.

THOMAS (nee Weate). –On May 28, at St. George's, Kew, to Jessie, wife of L. N. B.

Thomas –a son.


On Active Service  

COOPER. –VX33388, Bomb. William Lind- say, P.O.W., Rabaul, presumed lost at sea, July 1, 1942, dearly beloved second son of W. and the late J. Cooper, of Surrey Hills, loving brother of Clarence (A.I.F.) and John (A.I.F.), beloved husband of the late Lorna, and loving dad of Lyle (R.A.A.F.). –For ever fondly remembered.

ALSOP. –On May 30[?], Ruby Christabel, be- loved wife of Charles James, 29 Tintern avenue, Toorak (late of Bairnsdale), and lov- ing mother of Muriel, Helen, Peggy, Charles, Phyllis, and David, in her 75th year.

BALFOUR. –On May 30, at St. Vincent's Hospital, William Balfour dearly loved hus- band of late Eliza Balfour, loved father of

Winifred and Ronald. –Our loved one at


BALFOUR. –On May 30, at St. Vincent's Hospital, William Balfour, dearly loved father of Winifred, loved father-in-law of Andrew Shaw, and loved grandfather of Alan. –Our

darling at rest.

BALFOUR. –On May 30, at St. Vincent's Hospital, William Balfour, dearly loved father of Ronald, and loved father-in-law of May. –Peacefully sleeping.

BARTON (nee Muggridge). –On May 27, at Ballarat, Lucy, dearly loved wife of Wil- liam, and loving mother of Arthur and Max.

BEVERIDGE. –On May 30 (suddenly), at his residence, Mt. Cameron, Councillor John Thomas Beveridge, J.P., dearly beloved hus- band of Mary Elizabeth, and loved father of Irene (Mrs. Capewell), Harold, and Doro- thea (Mrs. Simmons), aged 69 years.

BISHOP. – In memory of our dear brother, Percy Almond who died (suddenly) at Wer- rangourt on May 21 (late 1st A.I.F., 39th Battalion, M.M.). (Inserted by his loving brothers and sisters, William J., Hubert – N.G.; Nellie – Mrs. T. Fox; May – Mrs. D. Brown; Frances – Mrs. E. Hyland; Lexie –

Mrs. A. Chalmers.)

BLOCK. –On May 29, at his residence, Jeparit, Hans Johannes, beloved husband of Margaret Block, and father of Hubert, Sid- ney, and Annie, age 81 years. –A good citi-

zen and fine father.  

BOOTH. –On May 30, at Children's Hos- pital, Robert Charles, dearly loved son of Edna and Robert Booth, of St. Leonard's road, Healesville, loving brother of Mariam, aged 9 years. (Private cremation.)

BROWN. –A tribute to the memory of Samuel Alexander Brown, who passed peace- fully away at Elsternwick, May 28. –A friendship to remember. (Inserted by D.E.L.)

BROWN. –To the memory of Samuel Alexander Brown who passed on at Elstern- wick to answer Reveille on May 28, late of South Melbourne Repatriation Committee (First World War). –Never a soldier nor his dependants asked of him in vain.

BULLOCK. –On May 30 (suddenly), at 7

Shiers street, Alphington, Arnaux Joseph,   dearly beloved husband of Muriel, and loving father of Leigh and Deryn, aged 37 years.

BULLOCK. –On May 30, Arnaux Joseph, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bul- lock, of 16 Ewen street, Coburg, loving brother of Bess (Mrs. D. Thomas).

CAMERON. –On May 29, at Deniliquin, N.S.W., Annie Irene, wife of the late Hugh Cameron, mother of Alma (Mrs. A. Tan-

nock), Queenie (Mrs. A. C. Bradford), and Eric, aged 74 years, late of 17 Lawson street,

East Hawthorn.

CAMERON.-On May 30, at Wandong, Jc.'tie Ann. daughter of the late Duncan and Pprah Cameron, of Gowan Brae, Wallan, beloved sister of Thomas (deceased), Mary Jrne (deceased), John (deceased), and S"v;-h. -Sadly missed. Thy will bo done.

CAMERON.-On May 30, Jessie Ann, ol Gowan Brae. Wallan, beloved aunt of Jean and Grac«. -Loving memories.

COMMINS.-On May 30, at his residence, 82 Canterbury road, Middle Park, James Joseph, dearly loved husband of Lucy, and loved father of Juanita (Mrs. Bust) and Roma (Mrs. Shepherdson). -R.I.P.

CORNELL. - On May 29, at Fooreong, Brftbane, pu'-.s'^d to the Gtand Lodge above (foundation almoner of the Lodge of Unison No. 48(0. -With sincere regrets we cherish his mcir.oiy here. (From the Wor. Master, Ofilceis. Brennen.')


CHAS. C. JONES, Secretary.

CROSS.-On May 29 (after a short illness), at Prince Henry Hospital John Tilomas Cross (10 h Bait, lbt A.I.F.). dearly loved bro- ther of Mary (Mrs. T. J. Confoy), George, Rtn'e (Mrs. Culph), Ollie (Mrs. Marshall). Myrtle (Mrs. Hazelwood). Bill. Hughie, and Frne't (1st A.I F.). and Marion (both de- cía ed), aged C4 years, late of Tungamah. -Requiescat in pace. 8

CROSS.-On Mny 29, John Thomas Cross, loica uncle of Cecilia (Mrs. A. Strike), Ed- ward, John, and Leo Confoy. -Requiescat

In pace.

CROSS.-On May 29, John Thomas Cross, loved uncle of Anne and Delia Confoy. -Re

nuie.'cat in pace.

CROSS.-On May 29, John Thomas Cross loved grand-uncle of Tommie. Mary, and Patricia Confoy. -Requiescat in pace. |

CURTIS.-On May 30, Mathew, of Tra- walla avenue, Toorak, loved husband of Elizabeth Curtis, and loving father of Alan

and Maisie. .

DAWSON (Nurse).-On May 29,/ at her snn's residence, High street, Seymour, Eliza- beth the beloved wife of the late Walter Dawson, and loving mother of Walter, Wilt Ham Christina (Mrs. II. Jones), and Stan- ley. ,'ü8Pi--JÄiÄPai'S,"--. »~.» c~.-~ *->. * »w«:ä


DON.-Robert, beloved husband of Euphe mia, and father of Robert (deceased). Min- nie (Mrs. Hanson, Lilydale), John (de- ceased), Janet (Mrt.. Lincoln), Maggie (Mrs. Riley, of Sunshine), Henry .(Cobden), Euphe mia (Mrs. Johns, of Sebastopol), James

(Cobden), aged 90 years.

DORAN.-On May 30, at the Alfred Hos- pital. Joseph Teran Doran, loved brother of

George (deceased). Ada (Mrs. Latchford, de- > ceased), Hetty (Mrs. Piferrer). Louisa (Mrs. Roberts, deceased), Agnes (Mrs. Skinner), Emily (Mrs. Thake). William (deceased), and Alice (Mrs. Furness, deceased), aged 84 years late of 35 Punt road, Windsor.

-Peacefully sleeping. (By request no


FARLEY.-On Mav 30. at his residence, 150 Edgevaie road. Kew, Harry, dearly loved husband of Emily, and loved father of Doug- las, Hanv, David, and Ellen (Mrs. Bray),

aged 75 years.

FERRIER.-On May 30, Elizabeth Re- becca, beloved wife of the late Thomas William Ferrier, loving mother of Blanche (Mrs. Miller, deceased). Lyle, and William, aged 87 years, passed peacefully away.

FOSTER.-On May 30, at private hospi- tal, Charles Rupert Foster, of Mornington, beloved husband of Annie, loving father of Cora St. Barbe and Mary St. Barbe (Mrs.

Laby), aged 90 years.

FRAWLEY. —On May 30, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. J. Hall), 18 Ben- nett street, Stawell, Henrietta May, dearly beloved wife of the late William Frawley (late of Ballarat), loving mother of May (Mrs. J. Hall, Stawell), Wilfra (Mrs. L. Burke, Elwood), and George Stephens (Caul- field), aged 65 years. —Peacefully sleeping.

FRAWLEY. —On May 30, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. J. Hall), 18 Bennett street, Stawell, Henrietta May, loved daugh- ter of the late George Thomas and Mary Hannah Stephens, loving sister of Rebecca (Mrs. H. West, deceased), Hannah (de- ceased), Thomas (Beeac), Arthur (deceased), James (deceased), Edith, (Mrs. E. Jennings, Brunswick), Florence (Mrs. A. Gainger, Ru- panyup), Harry (Jeparit), and Hilda (Mrs. T. Chapman, Caulfield), aged 65 years.

—Peacefully sleeping.  

GOULSTON. —At 98 Lang road, Centennial Park, Sydney, Sol beloved husband of   Maud, brother of John (Bellevue Hill), father of Cedric, Thelma, Daphne, Flora (deceased), brother-in-law of M. S. Wolla (Hamilton),

Martha Rosenthal (Fawkner st., St. Kilda).


GREEN.-On May 30, at 34 Karma avenue, East Malvern, Ellen, widow of Fredrich George Green, and loving mother of Ethel

(deceased), Walter, and Ernest, aged 79 years.

-At rest.

JONES.-On May 28, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. W. Pearce, 107 Pascoe crescent, North Essendon, Ada, widow of Samuel Henry Jones (late of Wade street. Golden Square, Bendigo), loving mother of Bramwell. Florrie, Lois, Freda, Hedley, Anne, and Fletcher, aged 76 years.

LOCKHART. - A sincere tribute to the memory of Gordon, who passed away on May 29. (Inserted by the furnishing de-

partment and fellow employees of Ball and

Welch Ltd.).

LOCKHART.-To the memory of our good friend, who passed away on May 29. (tn eerted bv the furnishing workroom staff. Ball &, Welch Ltd.).

LUCAS.-Cm May 30, at his home, 39 Urquhart street. Hawthorn Algernon John, dearlv loved husband of Florence (Dolly).

LUCAS.-On May 30, at his home, 39 Urquhart street, Hawthorn, Algernon John, beloved brother of Mabel Hedley and Blanche Moore, beloved uncle of Jack Hed- ley. Ilma and Jim Forrest.

LUXFORD.-On May 29, at Sale, Ethel Mary, dearly beloved wife of Eli Luxford, of Kilmany, and loving mother of Jack, Henry, and Maisie, aged 53 years.

MADGWICK.-A tribute to the memory of our late vice-president, Mr. G. Madgwick, passed away suddenly, May 29. highly es- teemed member for 10 years. -Sadly missed. His memory will never fade for his faith- ful devotion. (Inserted by the officers and members of the Bendigontans' Society in

Melbourne. T. Moyle. President; E. G. Tren-

gove, Secretary.)

MATHEWS.-On May 30, at her residence,

267 Koornang road, Carnegie, Nina Mary. ! wife of the late F. A. Mathews, and loved mother of Augustus Caroline, Una, Pur joyne, Nina (Mrs. Cooper). -At rest.

McRAE.-On May 30, at Hazeldene. Ascot, Mary, dearly loved second daughter of the late Christopher and Mary Ann McRae;

loved sister of Donald (deceased), Christo-

pher (deceased). John (deren>:nrn A^r,i<i íj.

ceased). Duncan (deceased), Alexander I (NZ), Donald, Alexander (deceased). Ellen,

James (deceased), and Charlie (deceased),

aged 80 years.

MEADOWS.-On Mav 2k, at his residence, l8 Martin street. St Kilda, Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Kate (Kitty), and loving

I father of Evelyn and Arthur. (Privately in

tened )

PARKER.—On May 30. at her home, 23 Laurel Bank parade. Newtown, Geelong, Annie Rebecca beloved wife of the late John Parker, loving mother of Leslie, Robert,

Hope (Mrs. J. Madden), and Joy, aged 74


PARTON.-On May 30, George John, be- loved husband of the late Euphemla Parton, and loving father of Vera. Horrie (deceased), father-in-law of Elsie, grandfather of Rod-

ney, Barry, and Trevor, aged 81 year1).


PEARSON.-A tribute to the memory of Eric Gordon who passed away on May 29 -He is affectionately remembered by the distribution department Staff of the Metro- politan Gas Company.

PENROSE.-On May 29, at private hos- pital, Bendigo, Paul Stephen, of 202 Don street, Bendigo, beloved husband of the late Louisa Penrose, loved father of Dorothy, Alan, Clifton (deceased). Lindsay. Ella (Mrs. Vicars

Foote), and Norman. '

PENROSE.-On May 29, at private hospi-  

tal. Bendigo, Paul S+ephen, loved brother of Sarah (Mrs Snell), Louisa (Mrs. Colclough), I and Lidv (Mrs. Rowlands).

PICKETT.-On May 17. in London, Marion Helena, devoted mother of Harold, John, and Marv aged 73 years. -Peacefully, after

a short illness.

PIEPER,-On May 30, at her home, 90 Old Violet street. Bendigo, Margaret, beloved wife of the late Frederick Pieper, loved mother of William. Fred, Theo .(deceased), Louisa (Mrs. Pearce, deceased), Percy (1st A.I.F.. de- ceased). Claude, Gus, Elsie (Mrs. Lyons), Hal, and Olive (Mrs. King), in her 87th year. -Our dearly loved and loving mother.

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PUNSHON.-On May 30 (suddenly), Henry John, dearly loved husband of Annie May Punshon, Ballarat road, Footscray, and lov- ing father of Nance, father-in-law of Vic, grandpa of Beverley and Merilyn. aged 69

years. -At rest.  

SLEIGHTHOLM.-On May 28, at her home, 32 Westbourne grove, Northcote, Emma Caro- line, wife of William George, and mother of Alice (deceased), John, and Grace, in her 80th year. -The long day closes. (Interred privately at Melbourne.)

SMITH.-On May 30, »t her residence. Plenty road. South Morang, Isabella Bertha, dearly beloved wife of Charles Smith, loving mother of Alan, Stanley (deceased), and Colin (deceased). Adelaide, and Margaret. -Peacefully sleeping.

TURNER.-On May 30. at Te Akn, No. 9 Sutherland road, Armadale, Jane, dearly be- loved aunt of her itmnv nieces, nephews, iicat-nieces, and great-nephews.

TURNER.-On May 30, jane Mar}*, dearly loved great aunt of Elisabeth Doyle.

TYNAN. - On May 29 (suddenly), at Wycheproof Hospital, Jolui. dearly beloved husband of Edith, loving father oí Edith (deceased), Lilah (Mrs. Mclaughlan), John, and Marjorie (Mrs. Bennett), loved grand- father oí Virginia and Diane.

WHITWELL.-On May 30. at her resi- dence, 50 Marlborough street. Balaclava, Lily, beloved wife of the late Charles Ed wurd, loving mother of Clifford and Stan- ley; moUier-in-law of Emily and Gwen, grandmother of Beverley. Roger, and Jill. -Peacefully sleeping.

WARBURTON.-On May 30. nt her home, No. 44 Bourke street. Mentone, Emma, the dearly loved wife of Joseph, and loved mother of Alfred, Joseph, Ernest, Leslie, Vincent, Emma (Mrs. G. Preston), Douglas, and Bert.

WILSON.-On May 30, at 4 norning street. West Brunswick, George, beloved husband of Margaret, and loving father oí Doreen, aged 52 years. -To live in hearts we leave behind is not to dio.


Roll of Honour-On Active Service

COOKE.-In proud and loving memory of our son and brother. VX60446 Cpl. T. N Cooke, killed in action at Tarakan on May

31. 1945.

God has him In His keeping.

We have him In our thoughts.

-(Inserted by lather, mother, brothers,

and sisters.)

D'OMBRAIN.-In memory of our beloved son and our brother, P.-O. Peter Charles Lewis D'Ombrain, R.A.A.F., killed during an air raid over N. France, May 31, 1944.

HALL.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Morley, 2/21 Batt., died on Ambon. May 31. 1945. (Inserted by loYlng mother and sisters.)

HALL. - In loving memory of Morley, VX65721, died while P.O.W. in Ambon, May 31 1945. -Greater love hath no man. (In- serted by Ian Burridge.)

HARDING. - Everlasting remembrance of our precious only son, Flying-Officer W. T. R. (Rob), killed New Guinea, 1943. -En.shrincd for ever in our hearts, my darling. (.Inser- ted by his loving parents.)

PEVERILL.-Treasured memories of Roy George (Pilot), 401079. who gave his life in air operations May 31, 1942. (Burled Bampton, England.) (Inserted by his parents, wife, and sister.)

SKERRETT.-Aus. 409240 Flight-Sgt. Charles Raymond Skerrett, previously re- ported missing, air. Hanover. Germany, Sep- tember 27-28. 1943. now presumed dead, be- loved son of the late Captain W. C. Sker- rett and Mrs. Kkcrrt-tt. 79 Fitzwilllam street, Kew, and brother of Bill. |No condolences,


WELCH.-In loving memory of Sgt. Arnold Gregory Welch, who lost his life in the raid on Cologne on May 31. 1942. -R.I.P. (In- serted by his loving family. Bright.)

ADAMS.-In loving remembrance of our dear brother, -Darell Inglis-Adams, who passed away May 31, 1945. -To live In hearts of those we loved is not to die. (In- serted by his loving sisters and brother.)

ADAMS.-In loving memory of Darrell Robert Inglis Adams, who died suddenly on Mav 31. 1945, -Treasured memories. (In- serted bv his loving .'isteis and brother.)

ALLAN.-In memory of our dear friend. Dr. Edward Bulla Allan. -Gone, but not forgotten. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Wind- ley and family.)

BLACKWELL.-In loving memory of my dear husband, and our dear father, Joesph John Blackwell, who passed away on May 31. 1945. -Beautiful memories. Until the day dawns. (Inserted by lils loving wife and family.)

BLACKWELL.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our loved father, Joseph John, who passed away May 31, 1945, after two and a half years' Illness patiently


There's never a day that passes by But our thoughts reach out to you.

And never a Joy that comes our way But we wish you could share it. too. Lover, remembered. hn ;cd for always, Tho' we know it's vahi to weep, All our tears will never wake him From his peaceful happy sleep.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and family.) BROWN.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Ethel. (Inserted by Loma and


CORKHILL.-In loving memory of John, died May 31, 1922; and Charlotte, died March 3J. 1929, fond parents of William, Sarah, Annie (Mrs. Tucker, deceased), John (deceased), and Ester (Mrs. E. L. Morton). -Always remembered.

FLETCHER. - In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother. Mary, who passed away on May 31, 1943. -For ever with the Lord. (Inserted by her husband and family.)

FOSTER.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Alexander Janies, who passed away May 31, 1931. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

GILLESPIE.-In fond remembrance of Elsie, beloved wife of W. O. Gillespie, and mother of Bill Annette, and John (killed on active service), who passed away at Horsham on May 31, 1939.

GILLESPIE.-Cherished memories of my dear sisters, Elsie Gillespie, died May 31, 1939. and Annie Young, died May 21, 1909. (A.B., Toorak.)

LATTA. - In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away at Warrnambool May 31. 1940. (Inserted by his loving daugh- ter. Edie; and grandson, John.)

MILLER.-In loving memory of Mrs Miller, passed away May 31, 1945. -A dear friend. (Joan and Rider.)

NEAL.-In fond remembrance of Dorothy Ruth (Dot), loving wife of Bris, find mother of Dorothy Joan, who departed this life on May 31, 1939. (Inserted by Bris Neal.)

SEXTON.-Treasured memories of my dearly loved mother. Lucy Frances, who passed away May 29, 1942. -Sadly missed by her danghter. son-in-law, and granddaughter, Mrs. and Mr. A. W. Topham, and Jenette.

WALTON.-In lovlnrr memory of our dear mother. Ellen Wallon, who fell asleep on May 27, 1939. -The dearest of all mothers; we will always remember her smiling. (In- serted by her family, at Rhyll. Phillip Island.)

WRIGHT.-In loving memory of my

mother, who passed away on May 27. 1942. ,

Loving memories, trepsured ever. , Of the happy days we spent together. ' "' -(inserted by her loving son. Stan.)


ALSOP.-The Funeral of tho late Mrs. RUBY CHRISTOBEL ALSOP will leave the chapel of B. Matthews Ptv. Ltd., 102 Too- rak road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Friday, May 31). at 2.30 p.m., for the Springvale



BALFOUR.-The Funeral »I the late WILLIAM BALFOUR will leave 72 Bickford street. East Brunswick. THIS DAY at 3.30 p.m., for Melbourne General Cemetery, Carl

°W. G. RAVEN, JA2225._

BULLOCK.-The Funeral oí the late Mr. ARNAUX JOSEPH BULLOCK will"leave 1 Shiers street. Alphington, THIS'DAY at 3.30 p.m. for the Coburg Cemetery. """_,

J. FERGUSON fe SON. Thornbury. JW3037. BULLOCK.-Federal Lodge, No. 122, A., F.. and A. Masons of Victoria.-Officers and Members of the above Lodge are invited to follow the remains of their late Bro. ARNAUX JOSEPH BULLOCK from 7 Shiers street. Alphington, THIS DAY at 3.30 p.m.. for the Coburg Cemetery. ,",""


CAMERON.-The Funeral of the late Miss JESSIE ANNE CAMERON, of Wallan, will leave Mr. Angus McDonald's residence Wan- dong TOMORROW (Saturdays at - p.m..

proceeding to the Wallan P^bbyievian Church, where n short service w 1 be held, mid then proceeding to the Wallan Ceme

^DÍGGLE & MAHER. Funeral Directors,

Kilmore._ Phone 7.___

CAMERON.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE IRENE CAMERON will leave Sleight's   Funeral Home. St. Kilda road Melbourne, THIS DAY, at 10 a.m., for the Brighton General Cemetery.    

A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines). COMMINS. - Tho Funeral of the late   JAMES JOSEPH COMMINS will leave 82 Canterbury road. Middle Park THIS DAY (Friday), at 3.30 p.m. for the Melbourne

Oeneral Cemetery, Carlton. . _ .

JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. Albert Park.



CROSS.-The Funeral of the late Mr.   JOHN THOMAS CROSS (late 46th Batt.

ÍFÍ AI-,P-) wiU leave Tobln's chapel, 248 Glenferrie road. Malvern, THIS DAY (Fri- day), at 10 a.m., for the General Cemetery, Carlton.

TOBIN BROS.. Funeral Directors. Malvern.

. ,9Sîî'r,s-_r--T1,e funeral of the late MATIIEW CURTIS will leave Sleight's Fune S'lJ101",1:' st- Kilda Toa<1- Melbourne, THIS day, after a service commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the New Cheltenham Cemetery. Holloway road. Sandringham.

/.A.A- ,SLE*GHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines)._

DAWSON.-The Funeral of the late ELIZABETH DAWSON will leave her son's residence, High street. Seymour, THÏS DAY

Cemeter at 2 P"m" ÍOT Ule New Seym0U1* .G. DIGGLE, Funeral Director Seymour 4_6,_and_brançhes._

DON.-Tiie Funeral of the late ROBERT DON " ^ .leavo hls residence. THIS DAY (Friday), at 3 p.m., for the Cobden Ceme- tery^_

DORAN.-The Funeral ci the late Mr. JOSEPH TERAN DORAN will leave the Bathurst memorial chapel, cor. Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads, Elsternwick, TOMOR- ROW (Saturday), at 10 a.m., for the Spring-

vale Crematorium.

T. BATHURST & Co.. late A.I.F.. Phone LF6337.

FARLEY.-Tim Funeral of the late Mr. HARRY FARLEY Will leavo Padbury's Chapel. 13 Cotham road, Kew, TOMORROW (Saturday), at the conclusion of a service ! commencing at 9.45 a.m.. for the Spring- I vale Crematorium. 1

-A--W;, PADBURY & Co., KewvHaw__31._

FERRIER.-Tlie Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH REBECCA FERRIER Is appoin

ted to leave the Funeral Parlour of Hector ' Gamble and Son THIS DAY (Friday. May 31). at 3 o'clock, for Frankston Cemetery.

HECTOR GAMBLE & SON. Frankston. Phone 23._

FOSTER.-The Funeral oi the late Mr. CHARLES RUPERT FOSTER, of Morning- ton, will leave Joseph Allison Pty. Ltd. Par- lours, corner Carlisle and Balston streets. East St. Kilda. THIS DAY (Friday), at 11 a.m.. for the New Cheltenham Cemetery.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. Windsor 4074. «? _

GREEN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELLEN GREEN will leave our chapel, 102 Toorak road. South Yarra, TOMORROW (Saturday) at 9.30 for the Melbourne Ceme- tery, Carlton.


KEANE. - Solemn Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Senator RICHARD VALENTINE KEANE will be offered at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Friday), at 11 a.m.

The cortege is appointed to leave the Cathedral at the conclusion of the Mass for the Brighton Cemetery.

The route to be taken bv the cortege will i be Victoria street, halting for a brief period i at the-Trades Hall, thence along Swanston | 3treet, St. Kilda road. High street. Brighton road, Pt. Nepean road, and North road, ar- riving at the cemetery at 1.15 p.m.

T. BATHURST & Co. (late A.I.F.). Fune- ral Directors, Caulfield. Phone LF6337.

KEANE.-The Floral tributes for the late Senator RICHARD VALENTINE KEANE are requested to be delivered to St. Patrick's Cathedral, between 10 a.m. and 11.30 a.m. THIS DAY (Friday).


KEANE. - Gentlemen attending the Fune- ral of (he late Senator RICHARD VALEN- TINE KEANE are requested to park their cars in Cathedral place, where an attendant will supervise the parkins' arrangements.


LUCAS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. ALGERNON J. LUCAS will leave Padbury's chapel, 13 Cotham road. Kew, THIS DAY (Friday), at the conclusion of a service com-, mencing at 1.15 p.m.. lor the Box Hill

Ca! JW. PADBURY & Co.. Kew. Haw. 31.

MATHEWS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. NINA MARY MATHEWS will leave her home, 267 Koornang road. Carnegie, THIS DAY, at 11 a.m., for the Boroondara Cemetery,


road. Melbourne. Phone MX4626 (3 lines), i

McRAE.-The Friends of the late Miss j

MARY McRAE, of Hazeldene. Ascot, are i respectfully Informed that her remains will be interred in the Coghill's Creek Ceme

""Tne Funeral will leave her late residence

TOMORROW (Saturday), at 11 a.m.

A. PASCO & SONS, Funeral Directors, Creswick._

PARKER.—The private Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE REBECCA PARKER will move from her home, 23 Laurel Bank parade, Newtown, Geelong, THIS DAY, at 3.15 p.m., for the Western Cemetery.

A. M. HOEPNER & SONS. Geelong. Phone 3792.  

PARTON.-The Funeral of the late GEORGE JOHN PARTON will leave our parlours, 215 Glenferrie road Malvern. THIS DAY. at 2 p.m., for Boroondara Cemetery,

Kew "

ARMSTRONG & WHITTLE (late A.I.P.). Malvern. _U2443..,_ PUNSHON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. HENRY JOHN PUNSHON will leave Walter A. Warne's Funeral Parlours. 291 Barkley street. Footscray. TOMORROW (Saturday), at 10.55 a.m., for Footscray Cemetery. (Pri- vate funeral.)  

Walter A. WARNE, Footscray. MW1209.

SMITH.-Tlie Funeral of the late Mrs. ISOBELLA BERTHA SMITH will leave her residence. Plenty road. South Morang, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Preston General

Ce¿RrfjENSEN & SONS. Preston. JUISIO.

TURNER:-The Funeral of the late Miss JANE TURNER will leave the Funeral Chanel of Ernest E. Chapman, 392 Glen

hSntfy readTcaulucld. THIS DAY at 3.15 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium.

The service will be conducted by the Rev. Bruce Montgomerie. commencing at 3 JMi.

"ERNEST B. CHAPMAN. Caulfield. LF620B.

WARBURTON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. EMMA WARBURTON will leave her home, No. 44 Bourke street, Mentone, THIS DAY (Friday), at 3.45 p.m.. for the Chelten- ham Cemetery, Charman road.

J MONKHOUSE & BON, Brighton. Tel. XA1162._,_ -WHITWELL.-The Fun.ial of the late Mrs. LILY WHITWELL, of 50 Marlborough street. Balaclava, will leave Joseph Allison Ptv Ltd. Parlours, corner Carlisle and

Bafston streets. East St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Friday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Springvale



WILSON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE WILSON will leave 4 Fleming street. West Brunswick, THIS DAY. alter a service at 1.45 pan., for the Fawkner Ceme

JÖHN" (Roy V.) ALLISON. Brunswick.

Tel. FW1592.