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BIRTHS

COATE (Forster Woods).-On August 26, to Diana and Ernest, at McMillan House, Balrnuîale-a daughter (Susan Claire).

COVE.-On August 25. at St. Alban's. Palmer stieet. Oakleigh, to Betty, wile ol Prank-a daughter (Margaret Irene).

DAILY.-On August 25, at Myrtleford, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Dally-a daughter.

(Both well )

DAVIS.-On August 27. at the Mercy Hos- pital, to Dr. and Mrs. Peter Davis-a son.

FARR (Port). - On August 28, at St. George's, to Noel and Wally-a son.

GUDE (Cheel). - On August 26. at St. George's. Kew, to Mary and Wal - a daugh-

ter.

.JOBSON (nee McMahon). - On August 28, at Rosehill Hobpltal, to Dawn and Peter -a daughter (Keryn Cristine), (Both well.)

O'BRIEN (nee Wallace).-On August 25, at Guildford, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs, Rex O'Brien-a daughter.

PENDLEBURY.—On August 21, at St. George's, Kew, to Nornie and Laurie — a daughter (Anne Lorraine). (Ballarat papers please copy.)

RANDLE.-On August 27, at Bethlehem, to Betty and Don-a son,

SMITH.-On August 27, at St. George's, Kew, to Alma and Greig-a daughter lADdrea). (Both well.)

DIAMOND WEDDING

GASSON—SHORTRIDGE. — Mr. and Mrs. William Gasson (Rebecca Shortridge), Wood- side Estate, Woodside, have much pleasure in announcing the sixtieth anniversary of their wedding, which was celebrated by the Rev. William Clark at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Shortridge, McArthur street. Ballarat. August 25, 1886.

DEATHS

On Active Service

CALLANDER. - Robert, Plt.-8gt Ooser Ter, R A.A P., No. 409304, previously re < ported missing, now presumed to have lost

his life, January 2, 1044, air operations. Rabatt!, dearly loved eldest son of Harry and Mary, and loved brother of Margaret, Len . ord, Geoffrey, Elsa, and Eleanor, aged 21

years. A tribute also to the memory ol bis comrades, presumed dead, P.O. John Goodwin (Q). Flight-Set. Keith Sinclair 4Q.). and Flt.-Sgt. Ronald. Weet (SA.).

ADAMS.-On August 27, at Prince Henry's Hospital (after a long illness), Charles Augustus, of 49 Alntroe road, Glen Iris, hus- band of Rosina, and loving father of Eillen (Mrs. Northover). Augustus (deceased), Hor- ne«, Cyril. Ronald. Lawrence, Desmond. Ray- mond, Phons. Molly (deceased), aged 75 years. (Hobart papers, please copy.) (No Sowers by request.)

ADAMS.-On August 27, at Prince Henry's   Hospital, Charles Augustus, dearly loved grandpa of Dawn. -Peacefully sleeping,

BLACK. - On August 28, at hospital. Bendigo, James, beloved husband of Amy V. Black, 48 Bramble street, Bendigo. -At

' rest.

BOTTOMLEY.-On August 26 (suddenly). Charles David Bottomley, dearly devoted hus- band of Edie, devoted father of Mollie (Mrs. Wright), Florrie, loving grandpa of Sylvia, loving brother of Adelaide (Mrs. Conder), Molly (Mrs. Aldridge).

BURGI.-On August 28. at her residence, The Laurels, Wandin North. Margaret» be- loved wife of John T. Burel, loving mother of John, Mary, and Nancy (deceased). -He qulescat In pace.

CASSIDY.-On August ». at Convent r.C.J. Vaucluse, Richmond. Marla Cassidy, Sister Magdalen. r.C.J. -May her soul rest

In peace.

CHALMERS.--On August M, at private hospital, Adelaide, Peggy Creo, Ute dearly beloved daughter of Mr, and Mrs Lance Chalmers, oí Burdos, 5 Upper Cliff road. Northwood. Sydney, and loving sister of Buster and Michael, aged l8 years,

CLIFF.-On August 27. at his residence, 11 Suvla grove. Merlynston, Joseph Henry, dearly loved husband of Mary Jane, and lov- ing father of Perce, Llszle. and Gus, in bil 80th year. -Peace, perfect peace.

COYLE.-On August 27, at his residence, 33 Hopper street. Bendigo, Kevin Patrick Goyle, of Victorian Railways, dearly be- loved husband of Florence Catherlno Coy le, devoted father of Kevin, loved brother of Annie (Mrs. Herberle), Leslie, Leo, Vera (Mrs. Kingston), and Frank. -Requlescat

In pace.

EAGERTY. - On August 2?. at Malvern. Catherine Anne, dearly loved sister of Edward J. (deceased). Frederick (deceased)'. Adeline, and Maude. -Requlescat in pace. (Privately Interred.)

ENGELSMAN.-On August 28 (suddenly). at Box Hill, Norman Alan Maxwell, dearly loved husband of Frances LIUan, of 10 Hill street, Box Hill, and devoted fattier of Ken- neth, aged 49 years, -At rest.

EYNON.-On August 28. at Children's Hospital, Joan Lallne Lynette, darling grand- daughter of Arthur and Lill Towers, niece of William (Japan), Sylvia (Mrs. Clark). Helen (Mrs. Carroll), and grcaUgrond daughter of Daisy Mitchell, aged 13 weeks.

-Our pet.

FAIRBRIDGE.-On August 28, at her resi- dence, 32 Denman st.. Brunswick (late of Sale), Emily Louisa, dearly loved mother of Ted and Ethel (Warrnambool) and Dorothy, and loved grandmother of Jack and Clem (deceased),

FAIRBRIDGE.-On August 28. at 32 Den- man st, Brunswick, Emily Louisa, dearly loved aunt of Bert, Madge, Isobel, Bruce, end Dorothy Fenton.

FLYNN.-On August 28, at private hospi- tal, Maria, dearly loved daughter of the late Peter and Anne Flynn, of Winton, and loving sister of Catherine (Mrs. Costello, deceased), Peter, Thomas (deceased). Annlo (Mrs. Hoes), Margaret (Mrs. Berrin), Pat- rick, John (deceased). Christopher, James, and Joseph. -Requlescat In pace.

HENDY.-On August 28, at 129 Princess &t" Flemington, William, dearly beloved husband of Selina Jane, aged 85 yean. -At

rest.

HUDGSON (nee Chew). - On August 26, at Warracknabeal, Amy Charlotte, beloved ?wife of Edward, and loving mother of Ossie (Surrey Hills), Rita, and Dorothy, aged 77

years.

JENSEN.-On August 27, at his residence, Victoria street. Korumburra, Christian, loving husband of Mary Jensen, dear father of Herbert (Geelong), Doris (Mrs. J. Taylor, Korumburra). Hilda (Mrs. H. Le Maître. Kardella South), aged 73 years. -Sleeping peacefully.

KNIGHT.-On August 28, at 13 Rochester road, Canterbury, Gabriel, dearly loved hus- band of Mabel, and loving father of Ralph (deceased), Lorna, Constance (Mrs. K. B. Leigh), and John. Underneath are the Everlasting Arms.

KNIGHT.-On August 28, Gabriel, dearly loved father of John and Fo'velle, and be- loved grandpa of Phillp, Ralph, and Bar- bara. -Come unto Me and I will give you

rest.

KNIGHT.-On August 28, Gabriel, dearly loved dad of Connie and Keith, darling "Ba Ba" of Charmian and Michael. -Pre- cious memories.

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DEATHS J

KNIGHT.-On August 28, Gabriel (Gib), beloved brother of William (deceased). Rich- ard, Martha (deceased), Edwin, Florence (Mrs. S. Gaylard), and Frances (deceased).

LANYON.-On August 23, at Kaniva, Ray- mond Rivers, youngest son of Jacob and Hephzibah Lanyon, and loved brother of Ada (Mrs. Morton, deceased), Mary (Mrs. Blair), Florence (Mrs. Herbert), Harold (deceased), Kitty (Mrs. Underwood), Arthur, Athelston, Amy (Mrs. Blair), Jessie (Mrs. Wilson, deceased). -At rest.

LE MESSURIER, - On August 27. at 3 Highbury grove. Kew. Henry Leonard, dearly beloved husband oí the late Amelia Rachel, and loving father of Elsie. -II. Cor., chap-

ter S. verse I.

LE FINE.-On August 27, at Denehobne, 4 White. Horse road. Deepdene. Harriet, beloved wife of the late J. R. Le Pine, loved mother of Jewie, Stephen, and Lalla (deceased), loved mother-in-law of Minnie. and fond grandma of Betty, In her 86th year. (Private interment.)

LIGHTBODY.-On August 28, at 18 Newberry avenue, Chelsea. Robert Dennett, loved   husband of the late Sophia, and loving   father of Sophia (Mrs. E. P. Meier) and Oliva (Mrs. L. Gogoll), aged 76 years.

LIGHTBODY.-On August 28, at Newberry avenue. Bonbeach. Robert Dennett, beloved father of Olive (Mrs. Gogoll), grandfather of Mellis (Mrs. Labb) and Alan. great grandfathor of Andrea. -Passed away.

May he rest In peace.

McCORMACK. - On August 28, at her home. Cricketers' Arms Hotel, Cruickshank street, Pprt Melbourne, Mary, beloved wife of James, and loved mother of Frank, Jim, Matt, and Bill, and fond grandma of Greg, Roy. Bruce, Geraldine, and John, aged 71 years. - Rcqule&cat in pace. (Privately Interred Melbourne Cemetery, Carlton, Aug-

ust 28.)

MILLS.-On August 28. at a private hos gltal, Coburg, Levi Richard Mills, of 73

Ungsville street, Weet Footscray, loved brother of Lizzie. Annie, Walter, Clara, Syd- ney, Lily, and Owen, aged 67 years.

MOODY.-On August 24. at Croydon, Rose, loved sister of M. O. Brown, and fondest aunt of Linda, Canterbury.

NICHOLSON.-On August 27, Charlea Henry, of Caloundra, 306 Glencara ' road. Caulfield, dearly loved eldest son of the late H. M. and A. M. Nicholson. -He giveth His beloved sleep. (Privately cremated

August 20.)

PERRY-MARTIN.-On August 27. at 23 Verdun street. Surrey Hills, the Rev. Wil- liam Perry-Martin, dearly loved, husband of Eleanor, and loving father of Lois and Win- some, aged 70 years. -At rest. (Privately

Interred.)

REED.-On August 29, stepfather of Gladys, father-in-law of Prank Plisch, grandfather of John and Michael. -R.I.P.

ROBERTS.-On August 24. at St. Andrew's privat« hospital. Cell Theophilius, dearly be- loved husband of Ira. and loving father of Peter. -Underneath are the Everlasting

Arms.

ROWAN.-On August 28, at the residence of his son at Mitcham, John Anderson Rowan, loved husband of the late Mary, and loving father of Mary, Jack (deceased), Annie, Ivle, Jessie, Arthur. Hugh, and Roy.

RUBRO. - On August 25. at Mildura., Rosa, loved daughter of the late Francesco | and the loto Maria Vlrgona, wife of Richard, und loving mother of Raymond and Victor, loved sister of Mina (Sister Annette. Yar- ram) and Hector (Healesville). -Reqillescat

i In pace.

SKEHAN.-On August 28, Jim, loving hus-   band of Mary, and loving father of Con (ei-R.A.A.F.). Jim (ex-A.I.F.). Beatrice, Edna, and Joan. -R.I.P.

SKEHAN.-On August 28, at Adelaide. Jim, loved older wa of tho late Con and Mary Skehan, loving brother of Phillp, Oom (A.I.F., deceased). Sally, and Mary. -R.I.P.

STUBER,-On August 28. at his residence, 20 Nellie street. Altona. Albert August Fer- dinand Stubtr. dearly loved husband of Annie Amelia, loved father of Albert, Rudolph, Eva (Mra. R. Whitmore). Robert. and Henry, loving grandfather of Eva. Leslie. Kevin, June Joan, and John. In his 70th year. -Peacefully Bleeping.

STUBER.-On August 28, at his residence, 20 Nellie street. Altona. Albert August Ferdinand Stuber. dearly loved step-father of Elizabeth Annie, loving grandpa of Coral Dawn. -In God's care.

TWEEDIE.—On August 27, at 110 Church street, Richmond, Robert Alexander, late of Dixon's creek, Yarra Glen, loving brother of Jessie (Mrs. Clements), and loved uncle of Jessie Hall and Tottie (Mrs. Eddelbut- tel), Agnes (Mrs. Huckle). (Inserted by his loving sister, Jessie, and nieces.)

VOLK.—On August 28, at her daughter's residence, 85a Bell street, Coburg, Sarah Ellen, beloved wife of the late George Volk (late of Maryborough), loving mother of Charles (Maryborough), George, and Clara (Mrs. A. Warren), aged 79 years. —Peace, perfect peace. (Private funeral.)

WHITE.—On August 28, at his residence, Boolarra South, Thomas, dearly loved hus- band of the late Sarah Ann, loved father of Chriss (Mrs. Hyland), Ethel (Mrs. Hul- ley), Thomas, Mary (Mrs. Howell), George, and Norman, aged 86 years.

WHITNEY.—On August 27, dearly loved mum of Edith, loved mum-in-law of George, and dearly loved nanna of Edith and Mar- garet. —Jesus comes when we need Him

most.

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour—On Active Service

BISSETT.—Lieut. and Cpls. Kilburn, El- lery, Ptes. Ferguson, Carland, 10 Pl., 2/14th Battn., fell Isuraya, August 29, 1942. (In- serted by Bill and Marie Jeffrey.)

COX.—Our dear "Bill," Lieutenant W. P. Cox, killed in action, New Guinea, August 29, 1942. —We who loved you will never forget. (Inserted by his loving mother, brother, and sister, and brother-in-law.)

FERGUSON. — In proud and loving mem- ory of my darling son, Jack, who gave his Ufo on the Kokoda Trail; also my lovely son, Howard, who gave his all at Lae. —Time steals the years, but not my precious memories. (Mother, Star Hotel, South Mel-

bourne.)  

KILBURN. — In loving memory of my beloved husband and our dear daddy, Cor- poral Mark Kilburn, who paid the supreme sacrifice on Kokoda Trail, August 29, 1942. —Dear old pal how I miss you. (Inserted by his loving wife, Margaret, children, Janet and Geoffrey, of Hargreaves street, Morn-

ington.)

ROWE. — On August 23, 1942, in India, Flying-Officer John Heywood Rowe, dearly loved eldest son of Arthur and Olive, be- loved brother of Arthur and Leslie.

THOMAS.—Loving memories of my dearly loved brother, Bevan, 2/14 Batt., R,M.E., killed in action, N.G., August 29, 1942. —Your loved ones still can see you and you smiling. (Ann.)

ANDERSON.—In loving memory of my dear husband, George, who passed away at Plenty, August 29, 1942. —Memory is a garden where I often go. (Ernestine.)

(For Continuation of Announcements See Page 15)      

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m MEMÓRIAM

(Continued from Page 8)

BAYLEY. - ?Treasured menotte« of my beloved father. Percy R. Bayley, who died suddenly on August 39. 1M3. -.

Till memory fades and life departa You'U Uve for ever in my heart.

-(Inserted by bia loving daughter. Myrtle Gotse.)

COATES.-In loving memory of Arthur and Clara Anne, who passed on to their reward .on August 29 and October 4. respec- tively, loved parents of Albert. Evelyn. Wil- liam. Victor. Anne (Mrs. Thompson). Maud, and Elsie (Mrs. Minchin). -They fought a good fight and kept the faith. (Inserted by all who loved them.)

GALBRAITH.-In loving memory of my dear husband. George Ronald, who passed away on August 39, 1944.

TiU memory falls and life departs, You^wUl live for ever In my heart.

-{Inserted by his loving wife. F. dal.

braltn.)

GALBRAITH.-Treasured memories of our dear father and grandfather. George Ronald, whg[Pawed away on August 39 1944.

g«*P toour hearts his memory is kept; Top cherished in love to ever forget.

Westoott^ 0«*Ke. Gillian, and Ronald I HOYSTED.- áA US*0*, memory of our T£.ino*äi?r' ,ÇUçn francis, who passed away âSE^wSL.1*?-.. «o«««* by Tier loving

sons. Walter. Andrew, Norman, Henry, and

BOO.)

McDONALD.-.£rB£ñ?r*' mt Richmond, who ¿»"L^HEJSL "J "t15- r-Cherlshed memories °fi 'S* 8ffiSr «eeptaf In perfect peace with ?ÍÍLÜSF %«?nes. (inserted by herbrother, Joseph QutoUvan,, Garfield. -New Jersey. U.S.A., and her loving cousin. Mrs. May

Fietcner.)

McPHEE.-Inloving memory of my daugh   %&-£&*%. who passed away suddenly at Morwell, August 29. 1942. devoted mother of

Alan_and David. -Ever remembered.

(Mother.)

PINNER.-in loving memory, of my dear husband. William Edward, and our dear father, who passed away August 29, 1945. -Always remembered. (Inserted by his lov- ing wife and family.)

PINNER.-In loving memory of our dear father. William Edward, who passed away on August 29. 1945.

A beautiful memory, dear to hold.

Of a father whose worth can never be told. . -(inserted by his daughter and son-in law, Em and John Kerr.)

PRICE.- 1(>ving memory of our dear   father, who passed away at Trafalgar on August 29. 1942. (inserted by his loving daughter. Myrtle, son-tn-law. Horrie, and grandchildren.)

SERPELL.-A loving tribute to dear mother and grandmother, who passed on August 29. 1945. (Mabel. Jack. Ray. and Lynn.)

SERPELL.-in loving memory of dear mother, who passed away August 29. 1945. (inserted by Hilda. George, and boyB.)

SKINNER,-In loving memory of Mary Ann Skinner, who passed away on August 28. 1944, beloved mother of Harrison, mother in-law of Jean, and grandmother of Mary.

TAYLOR-In loving memory of our darl- ing daughter. Georgina Ruth, who passed away at Surrey Hills. August 29, 1934. -Lo|ved, remembered, longed for alwars. (Inserted by her-loving parente, L. and M. Taylor, and sister. Phyllis.)

TONKIN.-In sad and loving memory of my dear husband. Jack, who passed away on August 29. 1945.

The burden lifted at the close of life. A quiet sleeping after pain.

No suffering now. but everlasting love. Dear Jack. I wiU always remember.

-(inserted by his sorrowing wife. Dorothy.) TUXWORTH.-in loving memory of our parents. David and Jessie Tùxworth. who left us August. 1928, and April. 1937 -Ever remembered. (Edith and Jessie.)

WATSON.-In loving memory of our dear rather, who passed away on August 29. 1943.

There's a face we will always remember. There's a voice we will always recaU.

There's a memory we'll cherish for ever Of a loved one so dear to us all.

-(Inserted by his loving daughter. Hazel, son-in-law. Len. and grandchildren. Bruce, Dorothy. Ron. and Kerry.)

WHITE.-In loving memory of our beloved father, Frederick Charles, who passed away on August 29, 1939: also our beloved mother. Helena, who passed away on April 2. 1945. (Inserted by their loving sons. Fred and

Chas.)

WIGLEY.-In loving memory of Eleanor Maude, who passed away on August 29, 1941. (Inserted by her father, brother, and sister in-law.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

BOWLER. -. The Family of the late Mrs. SARAH JANE BOWLER wish to express their deep GRATITUDE to their many rela- tives, friends, and neighbours for beautiful floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams received In the passing of their dear mother, especially thanking Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Kerr for their many acts of kindness. 14 Edinburgh street, Burnley.

CAIRNS. - Mrs. and Miss CAIRNS de- sire to THANK their kind friends and re- latives for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes in their sad bereavement. Fern- tree Gully road. Wheeler's Hill.

COATES. - Mrs. L. COATES wishes to THANK all friends of the late Leonard Coates for kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, and letters In her

sad bereavement

HARBERT.-The FamUv of the late W. D. HARBERT, 322 White Horse road, Bal- wyn wish to THANK all their friends and relations for their telegrams, letters, and floral tributes, also' special thanks to Dr. E M. Inglis, in their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of their sincere thanks.

SIPTHORP.-Mrs. SIPTHORP and Family desire to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as an acknowledg- ment of their deepest gratitude 13 Errol street, Footscray.

FUNERAL NOTICES

ADAMS. - The Funeral of the late Mr. CHARLES AUGUSTUS ADAMS will leave our chapel, 1217 High' street, Malvern, THIS DAY (Thursday, August 29), after a ser- vice commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the Bur- wood Cemetery,

DRAYTON Si PARSON. TJ122S._ BURGI. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of late MARGARET BURGI wiU be celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Clarke street. Lilydale. TOMORROW (Fri- day), at 9.30 a-m.

The Funeral wiU leave the church at the conclusion of Mass 'or the Lilydale Cemetery.

BURTON BROS., Lilydale. Phone 11.

CLIFF.-The Funeral of the late JOSEPH HENRY CLIFF will leave his residence, 11 Suvla grove, Merlynston. THIS DAY. at 3 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.

R B. PENN. Coburg. FL1475.

EDWARDS.-The Funeral of the late Mr! DAVID EDWARDS wiU leave the chapel of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 102 Toorak road. South Yarra, THIS DAY (Thursday), at 3 p.m., for the Coburg Cemetery. ,

B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD . 102 Toorak road, South Yarra. Win. 66.

ENGELSMAN.-The Funeral of the late Mr. NORMAN ALAN MAXWELL ENGELSMAN will leave Padbury's chapel, cor. Station street and White Horse road. Box Hill, THIS DAY (Thursday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at 11.15 a.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.

A. W. PADBURY St Co. WX2714. ,

FAIRBRIDGE.-The "Funeral of the late Mrs. EMIi,Y LOUISA FAIRBRIDGE, of 32 Denman st.. Brunswick, will leave our par- lours. 788 Sydney rd.. North Brunswick, TOMORROW (Friday), at 11 am., for the Melbourne Crematorium. Fawkner.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines)._

FLYNN. -" Requiem "Mass Tor the repose

of the soul of the late Miss MARIA FLYNN will be celebrated st the Sacred Heart Church, Grey street. St Kilda. THIS DAY, at 9 am.

The Funeral wiU leave the church at 3.30 p m. for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton.

TrVPTN RPr« UalhAimia WtlOQi

-OBIN BKOS., Melbourne. FJ1234._ HENDY. - Th° Funeral of the late Mr. WILLIAM HENDY will leave our parlours. 315 High street, Preston. THIS DAY. at 3.45 p.m.. for th» Fawkner Cemetery.

ERN JENSEN & SONS^_ JU1910.

JENSEN.-The Funeral of the late Mr. CHRISTIAN JENSEN will leave the Metho- dist Church, Korumburra. THIS DAY (Thursday), at 10.45 a.m.. arriving at Spring- vale Crematorium at 1 p.m.

B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Korumburra.

Kor. 12._

KNIGHT. - The Funeral of the late GABRIEL KNIGHT will leave 13 Roches- ter road. Canterbury, THIS DAY (Thurs- day), after a service commencing at 2.15 p.m.. for the Springval» Crematorium.

LE PIN» _ BON. JA1104._

LB MESSURIER. - The Funeral of the late HENRY LEONARD LE MESSURIER will leave Padburys chapel, 13 Cotham road.

Kew, THIS DAY (Thursday), at the con-1 elusion of a service commencing at 9 a.m.. j for the Springvale Cemetery.

A. W. PADBURY _ Co. Hawthorn 31. |

LIGHTBODY. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ROBERT DENNETT LIGHTBODY will leave IS Newberry avenue. Chelsea, TO- MORROW, at 11 ajn., for Cheltenham Ceme- tery. C__rr_an road.

W. D. ROSE Ac SON. Cheltenham. Phone Chelt. 49.

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«Met, Wea* Vtootae-y, will toa*« oar ~

lou-, m Sydney road. .Marti.

TOMORROW (-Tfafau). at «PA., for tht

TaUwurno C_ematorfnm. Fawkner.

JOSBPH _____3MP*~. LTD.. Hottt Bnmawlck. PW4116 (_ lino). '_

MONTGOMERY.-The Funeral of the late CLARENCE MONTGOMERY wUl leave our parlours, canterbury road. Canterbury, THIS DAY (Thursday), after a service commenc- ing at 11 a.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.

LE PINE Se SON. JA1104._

ROGERS. - The Funeral of the late WILLIAM ERNEST ROGERS will leave our girloura, 841 Burke road, Camberwell, THIS

AY (Thursday), after a service commenc- ing at 10.45 un., for the Springvale Crema- torium. .'

LE PINE ¿fc SON. JA1104._

ROWAN. - The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN ANDERSON ROWAN Will leave the Presbyterian Church, Euroa, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 3 P.m.. for the Euroa. Cemetery.

JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. Caulfield. Phone LF1816. _

STUBER. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ALBERT AUGUST FERDINAND 8TUBER will leave his residence, 20 Nellie street, Altona. TOMORROW (Friday), at 10 30 a_m.. for the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner, arriving at 11.30 a.m.

ERNEST W. JACKSON de SON. Wil llamstown 35._

VOLK. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. SARAH ELLEN VOLK, of 85A Bell street. Coburg, will leave Joseph Allison Pty. Ltd.'s parlours, 788 Sydney road, North Brunswick, THIS DAY (Thursday), at 3.30 p.m.. for the Coburg Cemetery. (Private funeral.)

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD FW4126 (2 Unes).

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