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FURZE.-On January 20, at Mildura, Eva F. B., [nee MUNTZ ] loving mother of of Eve (Mrs. R. H.Richmond), loved mother-in-law of Hal, fond grandmother of Elizabeth, Wendy, and
GORDON.-On January 20, at Caulfield Repatriation Hospital. Major Rothwell Alexander Gordon, dearly beloved husband of Rose Evelyn, and loved father of Graham and Joan. -Peace, perfect peace.
GORDON.-On January 20. Rothwell A., loved son of the late Adam and Margaret Gordon of Ellerslie, 58 Nicholson street, Essendon, dearly loved brother of Florence. William. Lydia, Wilson. Batty (deceased). and Launcie (deceased).
GORDON. - On January 20. at Caulfield Repatriation Hospital, Major Rothwell Alexander Gordon, loved son-in-law of Mrs. E. Glide brother-in-law of Fred. Harold, and Charles. -Sadly missed.
GRAY.-On January 21. at his home. 78 Keilor road, Essendon, Andrew, dearly be- loved husband of Janet, and loved father of Andrew (deceased). Violet, and Jack, late
HAGAN. - On January 19, Julia, dearly loved sister of Ernest Francis (Mt. Evelyn), Alice (Mrs. Lockwood, deceased). Emily (Mrs. Herbert Hateley, Horsham), Henry (de- ceased), and Marion (Mrs. Houston, de- ceased), eldest daughter of the late Henry and Julia Francis (Whroo).
HARRINGTON. - On January 20th. Mar- garet Bingham Harrington, relict of the late Richard Henry Harrington, and mother of Dick and Norrie, of 14 Barnsbury road, Balwvn. (Privately cremated January 21.)
HILLIARD.-On January 21. at her resi- dence, 43 High street. Northcote. Janet, be- loved wife of the late William Hilliard. and loving mother of Violet. William (de- ceased). Ruby. Beanie (Mrs. Mitchell), and Vera (Mrs. James, deceased), aged 90 years.
JACKSON.-On January 21. at her home. Flat 18, 109 Nimmo street. Middle Park. Edith, the devoted wife of Horace Charles Jackson. -My pal.
JOHNSON.-On January 21. at the resi- dence of her niece (Mrs. E. Gannaway), 15 Reidford avenue. Preston. Sarah Jane, loved wife of the late William Johnson, of North- cote, aged 91 years and 6 months. -For ever with the Lord. (No flowers, by re- quest.)
JONGEBLOED.-On January 19. at Melton, Emil Rudolph, beloved husband of Alice, and loved father of Gottfried (deceased), Emil, Leon, Bryan, Bernard, Frank, and Gerald, aged 49 years. -Requiescat in
JONGEBLOED.-On January 19. of Melton, Emil, loving friend of Jim Robertson. -One
of the best.
KEATING.-On January 21. at his resi- dence. Melbourne rd., Woodend, John Joseph, dearly beloved husband of Ellen, and loving father of Leonard. Kathleen, and Gerald, aged 82 years. -Requiescat in pace.
LEONARD. - On January 20, at a pri- vate hospital, Melbourne. Herbert Napier Leonard, youngest son of the late William and Maude Leonard, of Kenley, Toorak.
LEY. - On January 20, Arthur A., be- loved husband of Ethel Mary Ley, and loved father of Edna (Mrs. Allan Temple), Roland, and Myra (Mrs. Robert Jordan).
LEY. - On January 20. Arthur A., loved father of Edna, and beloved father-in-law of Allan Temple, and loving papa of Mar- garet. Diana, and David.
LEY.-On January 20, Arthur A., loved father of Myra, beloved father-in-law of li* Jordan, and papa of Anthony.
LEY. - On January 20, Arthur A., loved father of Roland, loving father-in-law of Mollie, and loved papa of Stewart and
LINLEY.-On January 20. at London, Murray Stirling (Clem), only son of the late Frederick and Martha Linley, and loved brother of Mrs. G. A. Dickinson, Morning-
LYELL. - On January 16. at Lewisham road. Windsor. Louisa, eldest daughter of the late George and Jane Lyell, loved sister of George, Margaret, and Andrew.
MARSH.-We mourn the passing of Her- bert, very dear friend of Jim and Phyl Corbet. -Jesus. Lord. I come.
MARSHALL.-On January 20 (suddenly). at 83 Outer Crescent. Brighton. John, loved father of Irene. John. William. Jean. Doro- thy, aged 66 years. -At rest. (Privately
MARSHALL.-On January 20 (suddenly), at 83 Outer crescent. Brighton. John, loved brother of James, aged 66 years. -Too dearly loved to be ever forgotten.
McCOLL.-On January 21. at West Gipps- land Hospital. Clarice Elizabeth Beatrice, loved wife of Colin McColl, of Catani loved mother of Jessie (Mrs Linehan). Colin, Hector. Clarice (Mrs. Canterbury), Ethel
(Mrs. A. E. Miller), aged 76 years. -At
McDONALD. - On January 21, at 20 Domain street. South Yarra, Elizabeth, be- loved rister of Catherine. -R.I.P.
MOUSALLY.-On January 21. at the resi- dence of her daughter (Mrs. N. Curran), 22 Beauville avenue. Murrumbeena. Anisee, dearly loved wife of the late Abraham Mousally. beloved mother of Farida (Mrs. Rierchv. Lebanon), Richard. Rusheedv (Mrs. F. Cullen. Sydney), Rose (Mrs. W. Clanchy. deceased). Maud (Mrs. N. Curran), and George, aged 80 years. - Requiescat in
MOUSALLY.-On January 21. Anisee. loved mother-in-law of F. Cullen (Sydney). W. Clanchy N. Curran, and Eunice Mousally (Sydney), loving grandmother of Joy (Sister Mary Beatrice). Adele (Mrs. S. Malouf), Lourice (Mrs. J. Mansour). Margaret (Mrs. F. Najim). and Michele Rierchy.
Requiescat in pace.
NICOL.-On January 17, at Dandenong, Walter, late of Harkaway, loved and true friend of Evelyn.
NOYES.-On January 21, at Warragul, Susan Annetta, baby child of Bill and Anne. (Lived 1½ days.)
PARRY.-On January 21, at Bethesda Hos- pital, Major Henrietta Elizabeth, of the Sal- vation Army, eldest daughter of the late Henry and Mary Parry. loving sister of Rhoda, and brothers Theo and Fred, 46 Nicholson street. Coburg East. -Peacefully
PEACOCK.-On January 20, at 11 Holroyd avenue, East St. Kilda, passed peacefully to rest, Margaret E., beloved daughter of the late Andrew S. and Margaret E. Peacock, sister of Andrew S. and Edith J. Peacock,
and dearly loved friend of Dulcie. (Privately
PEACOCK.-To the memory of a loved and loving auntie, who passed away on January 20. (inserted by Iris, Andrew, and
PEACOCK.-To the memory of a loving auntie who passed away on January 20.
(inserted by Millie. Perce, Jean, and Alan
PEGLER - 0n January 16. Charles Joel, eldest son of the late Charles and Sarah Ann Pegler, of Castlemaine, brother of Ethel. Bessie (Mrs. Branagan). Em (Mrs. Hoy), Esther, Alice (Mrs. Purchas), Gertrude (Mrs.
Williamson) and Henry (deceased).
PERRY.-On January 20. at Carnegie, Frederick, loved son of the late Henry and Isabella, and dearly loved brother of Harry, Maud (deceased), Lottie. Mabel (deceased), Bessie (twin brother). Percy (deceased), Frank and Ruth -Peacefully resting. (8 Crimea street. St. Kilda.)
ROBERTSON-On January 21. at Austin Hospital, Mabel Emily, loving wife of the late John Brownlee Robertson (Kallista), loved mother of Brownlee. loving auntie of Marjorie (Mrs. W. Clement, Pearcedale). and Kathleen (Mrs. R. English, Middle Park. SHEEDY.-On January 21 (suddenly). June Mary, l0ved infant daughter of Noel and Christina Sheedy, of 141 Royal Parade, Park- ville, loved sister of Laurence, aged 5½ months. (Terang and Colac papers, please copy.) SMITH.-On January 21, Peter, loved son of Reverend Percy Smith, of Warragul, and and the late Jessie Smith, brother of Howard and Wendy, aged 7 years (accidentally
drowned). -In Heaven together.
STANLEY.-On January 21, at private hospital, Flora Alice, beloved wife of the late Frank Stanley, and loving mother of Alfred, Frank, Clarence (deceased), and Vistor (deceased), aged 76 years. (Private funeral.)
STANLEY.-On January 21, at a private hospital, FloraAlice, loving mother of the late Clarance, mother-in-law 0f Irene, and
grandma of Beryl, Ken, Verna, and Ron. Peacefully sleeping.
STANLEY.-On January 21, at provate hospital, Flora Alice, loving mother-in-law of Gwen, and dearly loved grandma of Ossie and Irene,
SUMMEFREILD-On January 20 (result of accident, Raymond John, beloved son of William Alfred and Gladys Olive, and lov-
ing brother of Graham, aged 15 years, late Bona Vista.
TINDALL.-On January 21. at 125 Hotham street, East St. Kilda, Mary, beloved wife of Zacariah Tindall, loving mother of Wil- liam (deceased) Edith (Mrs. L. Bliss) and Lewis (deceased), aged 76 years. (Mildura papers please copy.)
WALLACE.-On January 21. at Royal Mel- bourne Hospital, Arthur Octavius Wallace. of 28 Argyle street, St. Kilda, loved husband of Edith and loved father of John. Ken- neth, Campbell, and Eleanor, aged 78 years. -At rest. (Private cremation.)
WELCH.-On January 21. at her residence. 704 Lydiard st. north, Ballarat. Emily May, dearly beloved wife of the Rev. E. J. Welch, nnd loving mother of Dr. Ronald Welch, killed in action 1st Great War and Law-
rence. -At rest.
WILLIAMSON.-On January 20. at private hospital. Agnes, widow of Harrie, loving mother of Cyril (deceased). George, and Lucy. (Privately interred.)
WILLIAMASON.-A tribute to the memory of Mrs. A. Williamson, a director of McDonell, Thomson, and Williamson Pty. Ltd. -In respectful memory. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thomson, co-directors
Roll of Honour-On Active Service
BECKLEY-In fond remembrance of our dearly loved only son and brother Pilot Officer Ronald Beckley. R.A.A.P.. killed air operations. England (602 Spitfire Squadron). -Always in our thoughts. (Mother, father.
CAMPBELL.-In loving memory of our dear brother (Bill), 2/29th Battalion, who gave his life in Malava. (Inserted by his loving
sisters and brother.)
DARVELL. - in loving memory of our darling son, Donald Edwin VX70723, killed in action New Guinea. January 21, 1944.
Your life a beautiful memory. Your absence a silent sorrow.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing mother and father, 1o Hyde street, Footscray.)
DARVELL. - Treasured memories of our darling brother and uncle, Donald Edwin, VX70723, killed In action New Guinea, Janu-
ary 21, 1944.
Deep in our hearts a memory is kept
Of one we loved and will never forget.
-(Inserted by Ethel, Bill, Allan Bob, Mar- garet, and Don.)
JONES.-In fond memory of Syd, youngest son of the late Corporal Jones (died P.O.W.) and Mrs. Jones (late of Brighton), killed New Guinea, January 22, 1944. -R.I.P. (Always remembered by the Kelly family, Berwick street, Brighton.)
JONES.-In fond memory of my dear pal, Syddy, killed New Guinea January 22, 1944. -Dear old pal, how I miss you. R.I.P. (Charlie Kelly.)
LALOR. - In loving memory of Andrew. 2/29th Battalion, presumed died in action. Malava. January 22. 1942. loved brother of Betty, brother-in-law of Jack, uncle of John and Margaret. -R.I.P.
McFARLANE, VX104252 Major D. R. McFarlane. A.A.M.C.-In loving memory of Douglas, only son of J. D. and E. M. McFarlane, loved husband of Mary, and father of little Martha.
PALLARES.-In loving memory of Joe. son of Ethel and the late J. Pallares, killed Malava. January 22. 1942 (2/29th Battalion).
Deep in our hearts a memory is kept
Of one we loved and will never forget. Dearer to us than words can tell
Was the son and brother we lost and
loved so well.
-(Inserted bv his loving mother, sister, and brother, sister-in-law Pat. brother-in-law Iveon.)
PILKINGTON.-Proud and loving memories of Keith, dearly loved husband of Maisie, and father of Bruce, killed in action at Rabaul. January 22. 1942.
RUSSELL.-In sweet remembranrc of our beloved Jack, who made the supreme sacri- fice at Rabaul on January 22. 1942. elder brother of Nancy (Mrs. E. K. Ditterich) and Bob (died while P.O.W.). A tribute, too, to all those other gallant men of the 2/22nd who died at Rabaul.
RUSSELL.-In proud and loving memory of Jack, dearly loved brother and brother-in- law of Nancy and Keith Ditterich. Rabaul,
RUSSELL. - In memory of mv beloved grandson Set. John Skelton Russell, 2/22nd Battalion killed in action, Rabaul, January 22, 1942. -Ever near. (Nana.)
RUSSELL.-A tribute to the memory of my friend. L.-Sgt. J. S. Russell, killed in action Rabaul on this day five years ago. (Inserted by Bert Smith.)
RUSSELL.-A tribute to the memory of Sgt. Jack Russell, killed in action Rabaul, January 22. 1942. (Ever remembered by the Copas family, Moonee Ponds.)
THOMAS.-In sacred memory of Gunner Harold Arthur Thomas, V11768, killed in action January 22, 1942, at Rabaul, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomas, Box Hill, and loving brother of Flt.-Lt. E. R. Thomas (ret.). Lewis, Doris (Mrs. Griffiths),
They laid down their lives That we may live in peace.
TIBBITTS.-In memory of Lieut. Arthur Hugh Tibbitts, 2/29th Battn., killed in action, Malaya, January 22, 1942. loved hus- band of Mary.
TIBBITTS.-In proud memory of our loved son and brother. Hugh, killed in action, Malaya, on January 22. 1942, 2/29th Batt.
ABERTON.-In loving memory of Mrs. A., who passed away January 22, 1939. (In- serted by Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Leete.)
BOOTH.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Hettile, died January 22, 1946, mother of Norman. Frank, Edna, mother to Lily (Mrs. Muller) and His Roach. (Ever re- membered by Will.)
BRADBURY.-In loving memory of our dear sister-in-law, Una, who passed away on January 22, 1945.
You are always with us.
-(Inserted by Keith, Fanny, Harry, June, Dawn, Fay, and her own dear little one,
CLARK.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on January 23, 1945. -Always in our thoughts. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Ethel; son-in-law, George; and grandchildren.)
COOPER.-In loving memory of our darling mother and mother-in-law, whose call came on January 22, 1944, whose faith, courage, gentleness, love, and strength re- main an unceasing inspiration. (Inserted by her loving children and in-laws.)
DAVIS.-In loving memory of Murray, who passed away on January 22, 1946.
Not Just today, but every day. In silence we remember.
-(Inserted by his devoted wife. Enid, and loving daughter. Denise.)
DEAKIN.-Joseph William, beloved hus- band of Mary, loving father of Mary, Bill (deceased). Vic, accidentally killed January 22, 1940. -Ever remembered.
EDIS.-On January 22, 1945, at his home. Ariah road, Coolamon, N.S.W., Edmond Stanley Edis, dearly loved husband of Lilian, and loving lather of Dorothea, Mervyn, and
Silently we remember.
FINDLAY.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on January 22. 1946. (Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law. Jack and Kath; and grandson, Keith.)
GRIGG.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Horace George, who passed away on January 22, 1946, loved father of Mavis, Ted, Les., and Valma.
-(Inserted by his loving wife and family.) GRIGG.-In loving memory of my dear father, Horace George, who passed away on January 22, 1946.
-(Inserted by his loving son, Les., and daughter-in-law. Maisie.)
GRIGG.-In loving memory of my dear father, Horace George, who passed away on January 22, 1946, loved grandpa of Robin and Leigh.
Always In our thoughts.
-(Inserted by his loving daughter. Mavis, and son-in-law, Bob Watson.)
GRIGG.-In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on January 22, 1946, fond grandpa of Lorraine.
To memories ever dear.
-(Inserted by his loving daughter, Valma, and son-in-law, Jeff Male.)
JENNER.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Isabella Tere, who was called home on January 22, 1945. (Inserted by her loving brother. Maxwell, and sisters, Mrs. Brien, Mrs. Jenner, Mrs. Leney, Mrs. Burge, Thomasina, and Margaret.)
LAKE.-In loving memory of our dear brother. Harold, who was accidentally killed Ballarat, January 22, 1946. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law, Stan and Eth., Sylverly grove. Caulfield.)
MARTYR.-In loving memory of my dar- ling mother, 1854-1946; also sister, Myrtle, who left here three days before mother.
I cannot say, I will not say
That they are dead-they are just away. With a cheery smile and wave of the
They have wandered into an unknown
-(Inserted by Neta Simpson. W.A.)
MARTYR.-A tribute to my beloved mother, and my sister, Myrtle, who were called away on January 22 and 19 respectively.
Think of them faring on as dear.
In the love of There as the love of Here. Think of them still the same, I say-
They are not dead, they are just away. -(Inserted by Jessie Gilchrist.)
MARTYR.-In loving memory of my dear cousin, Eliza, who passed away January 22, 1946. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by loving
cousin M. Peterson.)
OGILVIE.-In memory of the beloved hus- band of Minnie, who passed away on January 21, 1945; also his sister, Ethel, who passed away same day. -Brother and sister' gone Home together.
PROUTEN.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Louisa Jane, who passed away on January 22, 1943; also my dear father, Walter H., who passed away on May 11, 1938. -Mother and father united.
ROSE.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on January 22, 1944.
-(Inserted by her loving son, Bill, and Mavis, Valencia, Gippsland.)
STEPHENS.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away January 22, 1945. (Inserted by Geoff and Dorothy.)
TAINTON.-In loving memory of my dearly beloved wife, Edith Maud, who passed to a higher life on January 22, 1946. -Whom I have lost long since, and lost awhile, sweet memories. (Inserted by her loving husband, William Richard.)
TAINTON.-In loving memory of Edith Maud, who passed away suddenly on January 22, 1946, dearly loved mother of Rich., Maud, Eliza, Nell, Ida, Lois, and Merc., loved mother-in-law of Jessie, Jim, Stan., Eddie, Albert, Wilbur, and Len.
A wonderful mother, true and kind, Loved by those she left behind.
We have lost, but Heaven has gained
One of the best mothers this world con-
TAINTON.-In loving memory of our dear nanna, who passed away on January 22, 1946. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving grandchildren.)
GRIFFEN.-Mrs. GRIFFEN and CONNIE wish to THANK all relatives, kind friends, and neighbours for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave- ment. Special thanks to Rev. Veneer.
BARTRAM. - The Funeral of the late Mr. CYRIL GEORGE BARTRAM, of Ke- rang and Black Rock, will leave J. Monk- house and Son's parlour, 122 Carpenter street. Brighton, THIS DAY, at 11 a.m.,
for the Cheltenham Cemetery, Charmon
J. MONKHOUSE & SON, Brighton.
BECKMANN. - The Funeral of the late Miss ANN BECKMANN will leave 11 Derby street, Northcote, THIS DAY, after a ser- vice commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Box
E. TAYLOR & SON, Ivanhoe. JX1159.
BURRIS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. FREDERICK SAMUEL BURRIS, of 96 New- castle street, Newport, will leave Nelson Bros. Chapel, North Williamstown, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 3.45 p.m., for the
NELSON BROS. Williamstown 34.
CANN-Ancient York Lodge, No. 80. A., F., and A. Masons of Victoria.-The Brethren of the above Lodge and the Craft in general are respectfully informed that the Funeral of our late Bro., ALBERT E. CANN will leave Penn's funeral parlours, Sydney road, Coburg, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.
C. T. LOVELL, W.M.
D. A. McASKIL, Sec.
CARLYLE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. JOYCE ROBINA CARLYLE will leave her parents' residence, 810a Nicholson st., North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.
R. ROBSON. JW2345.
COLLOM.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. VIOLET VICTORIA COLLOM will leave our memorial chapel, 227 Smith street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m., for the Melbourne
W. G. RAVEN, Funeral Director. JA2225. CROSS.—The Funeral of the late DAVID ARTHUR WILLIAM (Will) CROSS will leave 22 Grattan street, Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.
LE PINE & SON. JA1104.
DAVIDSON.-Masonic Ashlar Lodge, No. 280.-Officers and Brethren are requested to attend the Funeral of our deeply esteemed Bro. BERTRAM ASHCROFT DAVIDSON, of 2 Milton street, Footscray.
The Funeral will leave Nelson Bros.' Chapel, 7 Droop street, Footscray, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 10 a.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.
G. BULLEN, W.M.
A. W. ABBEY, Sec. NELSON BROS., Footscray. MW1301.
FARLEY. - The Funeral of the late Miss ALICE FARLEY, licensee, Union Hotel, will leave the Roman Catholic Church, Heathcote, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for Heathcote Cemetery.
J. & W. PERRY BROS., Funeral Direc- tors. Heathcote 74.
GORDON.-The Funeral of the late Major ROTHWELL ALEXANDER GORDON will leave his late residence, 141 Union street, Brighton, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m., for the Melbourne Cemetery, Carlton.
ARMSTRONG and WHITTLE, late A.I.F., Malvern. U2443.
GRAY.-The Funeral of the late ANDREW GRAY will leave our parlours, 871 Mt. Alexander road, Essendon, THIS DAY, at 1.45 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.
JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. FU7022.
HILLIARD.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. JANET HILLIARD will leave her residence, 43 High street, Northcote, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday), at 2 p.m., for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton.
W. G. APPS & SONS. Moor street, Fitz- roy. JA1145.
JACKSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. EDITH JACKSON will leave the R. McKen- zie Memorial Chapel, 199 Clarendon street, South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at the conclusion of service commencing at 11.15 a.m., for the Melbourne General Ceme- tery, Carlton.
R. MCKENZIE. South Melbourne. Phone
JOHNSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. SARAH JANE JOHNSON will leave Lewis' funeral parlour, 656 High street, Regent, TOMORROW (Thursday), at 2 o'clock, for the Preston Cemetery.
HENRY J. R. LEWIS. JA1066.
LEONARD. - The Funeral of the late HERBERT NAPIER LEONARD will arrive at the Brighton General Cemetery, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 4 p.m.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD.. St. Kilda road, Melbourne. Phone MX4026 (3 lines).
LEY.-The Funeral of the late ARTHUR A. LEY will leave Sleight's funeral home, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday) after a service commencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
MCDONALD. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Miss ELIZABETH MCDONALD will be celebrated at St. Thomas' R.C. Church, Bromby street, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 7.30 a.m.
The Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m. for the St. Kilda General Cemetery.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD., St. Kilda road, Melbourne. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
MOUSALLY.-Requiem Mass for the re- pose of the soul of the late Mrs. ANISEE MOUSALLY will be celebrated at St. Pat- rick's Church, Dalny road, Murrumbeena South, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 9 a.m.
The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of Mass for the St. Kilda Cemetery.
TOBIN BROS., Funeral Directors, 248 Glenferrie road, Malvern. U4720.
PARRY. - Salvationists and Friends are informed that the Funeral of the late Major HENRIETTA PARRY will leave the Sal- vation Army Citadel, Sydney rodd, More- land, THIS DAY, after a service commenc- ing at 2 p.m., for the Coburg Cemetery.
JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON, 291 Sydney road, Brunswick. FW1592.
ROBERTSON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MABEL EMILY ROBERTSON will leave our parlours, 841 Burke road. Camberwell, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1.30 p.m., Xor the Springvale Crematorium.
LE PINE & SON. JA1104
SMITH. - The Friends of Reverend PERCY SMITH are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his beloved son, Peter, is appointed to leave the funeral parlour of Hector Gamble and Son, Playne street, Frankston, THIS DAY (Wednesday, January 22), at 3 o'clock, for Frankston Cemetery.
STANLEY.-The private Funeral of the late Mrs. FLORA ALICE STANLEY will leave our parlours, 841 Burke road, Camber- well, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a ser- vice commencing at 11 a.m., for the Burwood
LE PINE & SON. JA1104. SUMMERFIELD. - The Funeral of RAYMOND JOHN SUMMERFIELD, late of Bona Vista, will leave the Church of Eng- land, Warragul, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at 1.50 p.m., for the Warragul Cemetery.
J. H. McGILTON PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors. Warragul. Phone 17.
TINDALL. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY TINDALL, of 125 Hotham street, East St. Kilda, will leave our parlours, corner Carlisle and Balston streets, East St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.
JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. Windsor