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BIRTHS

ALSTON (nee Prewett).- On June 20, at Morwell Bush Nursing Hospital, to Ellie and Andrew-a daughter (Heather Jean).

(Both well,)

ANDERSON (nee Grlbben).-On June 24, at

St. Andrew's Hospital, to Will and Doro- thy-a son (Graeme William).

APFKRLEY (nee Stuart).-On June 27, at

Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Sel and Rosa-a daughter (Janis elalie). (A sis-

ter to Stuart").

ASHMAN (nee Dash).-On June 23, at Euroa

Bush Nursing Hospital to Nell and Bert a daughter (Cheryl).

BALDWIN (Clark).-On June 24, at Mil-

dura, to Stephanie and Jim-a son (Row-

land James).

DALES (Summers).-On June 12 at St.

Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Eileen and Les. Horsham-a son (caesarean).

CATTLEY (nee Spencer).-On June l8, at

Hopewood House, Darling Point. Sydney, to Nancye and Colin-a daughter (Laralne

Ann). (Both well.)

CELL (nee Bullock).-Cn June 26. at Gipps-

land District Hospital, Warragul, to Ross and Val-a daughter (Marilyn Anne).

BOYD.-On June 11, at Gracedale, to Mr.

and Mrs. H. Boyd-a son (Colin William).

CROCKETT. - On June 27, at Mansfield

Hospital, to Olga and Max-a son.

BRAND (nee Denholm). - On June 22, at

Horsham Base Hospital, to Joan and Hugh -a son (Peter). (Both well.)

BRICK (nee O'Hanlon).-On June 25, at

private hospital, Cobram, to John and Margaret-a son (John Richard) (Botu

well.)

CLIFT (Lee).-On June 20. at St. Oeorge's,

Kew, to Gwen and Ivor-a daughter (Kath-

leen Yvonne).

CROCKER (Humphiies).-On June 23. at

Bethesda Hospital, to Rene and Loyal

twin daughters.

DOERY (Jenkin).-On June 27, at Berwick

B.N.H., to Gwen and Allan-a son.

FISHER.-On June 24, to Audrey and Nor-

man, at St. Andrew's. East Melbourne-a daughter (Margaret Rae). (Both well.) FRAWLEY (nee Little).-On June 17, at . Ferntree Gully Bush Nursing, to John and ' Kath-a son (Michael John).

FULLER (nee Harveyj.-On June 20, at Tor-

rington. Rochester, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

Fuller-a daughter (Helen Rosemary), (Both

well.)

GARDINER.-On June 25, at Bethesda Hos-

pital, to Freda and Alistair-a daughter (Glenise Dawn). (Both well.)

GAUNSON (nee Gawler).-On June 6. at

St. Luke's Hospital, Sydney, to Tony and Dorothy-a daughter (Judith Mane Lina).

GREEN (nee Johnson).-On 26th. to Mr.

and Mrs. D. Giecn, at St. Helen's. Wind- sor-a daughter (Merryl Frances). (Both

well.)

GURRY (nee Galbally).-On June 20. at St.

Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to Dr. and Mrs. Ray Gurry-a son.

HANKEY.-On June 16. at Woking,

Surrey. England, to the wife of the Hon. Christopher Alers Hankey-a daughter.

HILTON.-On June 19. at Mosgiel. Surrey

Hills to Ede and Joe-a daughter (Rose-

mary Joy).

HOLT.-On June 22, to Dr. and Mrs. Ian W.

Holt, of 63 Kepler street. Warrnambool, Victoria-a daughter (Maigaret Melissa).

HUTSON.-On June 27. at Margaret

Coles, to Dr. and Mrs. Medwyn Hutson a son (Geoffrey David).

JENNER (nee Hadden).-On June 26. at

Warwick, Queensland to Mavis, wife of

Ray Jenner-a son.

KNIGHT (nee Crossley). —On June 24, at

Queen Victoria Hospital, to Jean and Kelso —a daughter (Elisabeth Ellen).

LANIGAN. —On June 26, at Mercy, East Melbourne, to Irene and Tilomas R., of Marysville —a son (Anthony Gerard, a brother for Tom, Toni, and John).

LEEDER (nee Cugley). —At St. Vincent's, to

Marie and Bill —a daughter (Margaret Mary). (Both well.)

LESTER. — On June 25, at Guildford, to

Lorna, wife of Theo, 1 Stanhope grove, Camberwell —a son (Gerald Brian).

LYNCH (Power). — On June 19, at Stawell,

to Mary, wife of Matthew J. Lynch —a son (Barry Matthew).

MARSHALL (nee Edwards). —On June 25, at

Yarrawonga District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Marshall, Clonmore Park, Mul wala —a daughter (Diana).

McKENZIE-McHARG (nee Colby). —On June

15, at Yackandandah B.N.H., to Marjorie and David, a son (Gary Francis). (Both

well.)

MCLAUCHLAN (nee Chuck).-On June 24. at

St. George's, Kew, to Nan and Will-a son (Robert William).

MILLER (Jean Patterson). - On June 14,

at Helenie private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Monty Miller, Coogee-a son (Philip

Montague).

MILLER.-On June 21, at the Sacred Heart,

to Ada and Arthur-a son (Peter Kenneth) (A brother for Colin, Leslie and Judith.)

MILLINGTON.-On June 21. at Sacred

Heart Hospital, to Rlna and Wally-a son (John Raymond). (Both well) Deo

Gratias.

NIXON (nee Millard). - On June 12, at

Marada. Swan Hill, to Esther and Ron a son. (Both well.)

NORTHCOTT.-At Grange private hospital

(Queensland), to Dot and Wally (late of Melbourne)- a son (Kefford Walter). (Both

well.)

OSBORN.-On June 25, at The Haven, to May and Hal-a daughter (Wendy Lor-

raine).

PAYNE (nee Broom).-On June 8, to Ilma

and Jack, of Picola-a daughter (Robyn

Lynette).

PAYNE (Luttrill).-On June 20, at St. Vin-

cent's, to Sheila and Bert-a son (Terence M'lchael). A brother for Anthony.

PRESTON.-On June 25, at Bethesda, to Mr.

and Mrs. V. Preston, of Regent-twins (daughter and son). (All doing fine.)

PRATT (nee Porter).-On June 25. at the

Mercy Hospital, to Joyce and John-a son (John Cleveland Major). (Both well.) ,

RICHARDS.-On June 23, at Carbethon pri-

vate hospital, to Helen and Frank-a daughter (Margaret Anne).

ROBERTS.-On June 25. at* St. Vincent's

Maternity Hospital, to Marie, wife of Raymond A. Roberts-a son.

»ODGERS-WILSON.-On June 21, at Mor-

well, to the 'wife of Dr. D. L. Rodgers

Wllson-a son.

BOSS. - On June 26, at Jessie Mcpherson

Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ross, 89 Rochester road. Balwyn-a son. (Both

well.)

BYAN.-On June 24, at St, Vincent's

Maternity Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. i Kelvyn Ryan, Club Hotel, Dandenong

a son.

SHIEL (Lynch) .-On May 29. at Mercy Hos-

pital, to Beryl and John-a son (Vlanney).

SMITH (neo Norma Eggleston).--On June

21, at Margaret Coles, to Mr. and Mrs. Lance Smith-a daughter (Dianne Eliza-

beth). (Caesarean.)

STEWART (Barbara Batten).-On June 26.

at Margaret Coles, to Barbara and Hugh a daughter (Rosemary Barbara Gordon).

WALKER (Lane). - On June 25, at The Mercy, to Joan and Jack-the gift of a daughter (Maureen Bernadette). (Both well.) (A sister for Brendon.)

WATT (nee Story).-On June 33. at Altona

Community Hospital-a son (Geoffrey Chalmers). (Both well.)

WILKINSON (nee Lamerton, of Cornwell).

On June 26, at St. Albans, Oakleigh, to Joan and Ted-a son. (Both well.)

WILSON.-On June l8, at Hopetoun. Elstern- wick, to Winnie and Bob-a son (Alex- ander David). . _,...«,.

WOLLFF (nee Joseph).-On June 26, at Kia Ora. Hamilton, to Valerie and Eric-a son

(Earl Joseph).

WOODHOUSE.-On June 27. at Bethesda.

to Dorothy and.Ron-a daughter (Lynette Dianne). ___

MARRIAGES

AITCHISON-SMITH.-On June 2, at the

Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Mt. Dandenong, by the Rev. Leslie Bull, Roderick Maller youngest son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Alexander S. Aitchison, to Vera Helen Constance, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Smith.

CAMERON-MOTT.-On June 14. by the Rev. Allan McMillan. Brighton Ethel Mary, 1 Chelsea st., Mid. Brighton, second daughter of the late G. R. Mott, to Samuel Cameron, of 33 Ferguson st., North Brigh-

ton.

HYATT-MCDONALD.-On June 14. at st.

David's. West Brunswick, by Rev. D. Munro. Jessie Mavis, only child of Mr. and Mrs. McDonald. Murtoa, to Charles Alexander, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt, Darebin street. Heidelberg.

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MARRIAGES

TAYLOR- SHRIMPTON.-On June 21. at St.

George's Church, East St. Kilda, by tlie Rev. S. L. McKenzie, Winifred, daughter of the late Mr. W. J. Woodmason and of Mrs. E. Woodmason, Green Gables., Oak- leigh, and Llanos, Yarram, to William, only son of the late Mr. W. H. Taylor, of Overnewton, Keilor, and of Mrs. B, H. Taylor. Studley, Toorak.

SILVER WEDDINGS

BICKFORD-FOUNTAIN.-On June 28. 1922,

at the Gardiner Methodist Church, by the Rev. James Smith, Edric Dillon, younger son of Edric and Lucy Bickford, to Ethel Mary, elder daughter of George and Mary Fountain. (At home. 7 Ellis road. Glen Iris, this evening.)

GARDINER-CUNGIN.-The Family of Mr.

and Mrs. T. E. Gardiner have much plea- sure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at St. Paul's, Camperdown, by the late Canon Colebrook, on June 24. 1922. Present address: Balin- tore, via Colac.

WHITE-DENNIS. - Mr. and Mrs. A. V.

White, St. Quentin, Streatham, have plea- sure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated in St. John's Presbyterian Church, Streatham, on June 28, 1922, by Rev. Colin Robertson.

DEATHS

ALLEN.-On June 26. at 4 Glenfelt road.

Gardiner (suddenly), beloved husband of Anne, and loved brother-in-law of Walter and Vi Williams. -Loving memories. (Pri- vate Interment June 27.)

ANDERSON.-On June 27, at Dandenong,

John Sime, the dearly beloved husband of Kate Anderson, of King's Vale, Lynd- hurst, and loving father of John, Bertie, Lorna, Gordon, Lucy, and James, aged 52 years. -Peace, perfect peace.

ANDREWS.-On June 27, at Kyneton. James,

loving husband of Hannah Andrews, late of Kyabram, and loved father of Edith (Mrs. Heckford, Sydney), Arthur (Garden- vale), Rupert (Ormond), Dolly (Mrs. M, Gorman, Kyabram), Myrtle (Mrs. R. F. Haslem, Colac), and Eric, aged 85 years.

-Peacefully sleeping.

BAMFORD.-On June 27. at 28 Broomfield

avenue. Alphington. William Thomas Bam- ford, loved father of Lilian (Mrs. Rob- son). Lance, Bill. Charles, Tem (deceased). Freda (Mrs. Trotman), Flo (Mrs. Gallo- way), and Doris (Mrs. Hardy), aged 88 years. -At rest.

BARRATT (Bowker). - On June 27, at her

residence, 3 Trenerry crescent, Abbotsford, Mary Eleanor, dearly loved mother of Eileen (Mrs. Boothroyd), Cyril, and Harold Bowker, Thelma (Mrs. Connor), aged 69

years.

BLOGG.-On June 22, at 10 St. James*

avenue. Mont Albert, Margaret Campbell, loved wife of the late John Kendrick Blogg, loving mother of Campbell, Lois, Grace (Mrs. K. A. Stevenson), Rona (Mrs. H. Schapper), and Iva. (Piivately cre- mated.)

BLOGG.-On June 22. Margaret, widow of

the late J. K. Blogg eldest daughter of the late J. M. MacKlehan. beloved sister of Grace Broughton. Alastair MacKlehan.

BOGETTI.-On June 27, at Corowa Hospi-

tal, Emilia, beloved wife of Joseph Bogetti, of Chiltern Valley, and loving mother of Maria, aged 56 years. -R.I.P.

BOND. - On June 27, at Melbourne. Leah

Mary Bond, beloved mother of Norma, of 16a Murchison street. East St. Kilda.

BOSWELL.-On June 27 (suddenly) at his

residence. Bank New South Wales, Eugowra (N.S.W.), Vincent Joseph loved husband of Helen aged 47 years. -R.I.P.

BOSWELL.-On June 27 (suddenly), at his

residence, Bank New South Wales, Eugowra (N.S.W.), Vincent Joseph, loved eldest son of Vincent and late Margaret Boswell. 11 Cadman street. West Brunswick, aged 47 years. -R.I.P.

BOSWELL.-On June 27 (suddenly), at his

residence. Bank New South Wales Eugowra (N.S.W.), Vincent, loved brother of Ber-

nard (West Brunswick), and James

(Stawell), loved brother-in-law of Cora and Jean, uncle of Robert aged 47 years. -R.I.P

BRAY. - On June 27 (suddenly). Mary

Josephine, of Cowes, beloved wife of Henry Carney, and loving mother of Harry Michael, aged 51 years.

CHILDE.-On June 24 (suddenly), at Nagam-

bie. Richard Rawlings, second son of the late George and Isabel Childe, beloved husband Nellie (deceased), loving father of Ethel, George, Edward (deceased), Ambler (Mrs. Black), and Jack. -At rest. (Cre- mated Fawkner, interred Stawell.)

CHILDE.-On June 24 (suddenly), at Nagam-

bie, Richard Rawlings, second son of the late George and Isabel Childe, brother of Edward (deceased), Mrs. E. T. Hutchings. Mrs. Hutton Troutbeck, Mrs. Rowe, aged 68. (Interred Stawell Cemetery June 27.)

CHILDE.-On June 23 (suddenly). at

Nagambie, Richard Rawllng "Dick," loved brother of Ethel G. Rowe, (interred in family vault, Stawell. June 27.)

CRAWFORD.-On June 24. William, beloved

.husband of Florence, and loving father oí Colin, of 32 Charnwood road. St. Kilda, late Benalla, aged 68 years. -At rest,

CRICHTON.-Cn June 26, James Walter,

elder son of the late James Y. and Sarah Crichton, loving brother of Alice (Mrs. Phillips). Ada (Mrs. Brookes). Arthur, and Ruby (Mrs. Allison), and the late Emily (Mrs. Beck) and Alf.

DANIEL.-On June 27 (suddenly), at his

home. 10 Serrell street. East Malvern. Ernest ? Burge, the dearly loved husband oí Frances Daniel, and devoted father of Eric. Phyllis (Mrs. Angel), Gordon, and Mervyn (deceased), aged 69 years.

DODDS.-On June 24, Janet B. (Jessie),

youngest daughter of the late Henry and Agnes Dodds, and loving aunt of Henry Dodds, of Wentworth avenue. East Cam-

berwell.

GANNON.-On June 26 (suddenly), at Won-

thaggi, Thomas J., second son of the late Malachv and Mary Gannon, loved brother of Ignatius (deceased). Mary (deceased). and Francis (Mrs. F. Juratowltch. Korum- burra). S&mica (Korumburra), Tess (Mrs. T. McGrath. Preston) and Vincent (Warra- gul).

GANNON.-Cn June 25 (suddenly), at Won-

thaggi. Thomas J., loved uncle of Frank Juratowltch (Korumburra). Molly (Mrs. J. E. Treacy. Gunbower), Vin (Maffra), and Eveline (Korumburra).

GARDEN. - On June 26, at Edward Park,

Moulamein, Francis Brittain Garden, be- loved husband of the late Mary, and loving father of Douglas and Girl, aged 63 years.

GRAY.-On June 26, at Alfred Hospital,

Minnie, wife of C. H. (Jack) Gray, 723 Hampton street, Mid. Brighton, mother of Bill and Peg. (Cremated Friday.)

GRAY.-On June 26, at Alfred Hospital,

Minnie, daughter of William and late Mary Tarrant.

GRIFFITH.-On June 26, at his residen«.,

Forrest Hill. Albury, N.S.W., Lionel Charles, dearly beloved husband of Florence.

HAMMILL.-On June 27 (suddenly), at the

residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Roy Hayes, 19 Alfred St., Stawell, Mary Ann, relict of the late John Edward Hammlll (Orbost), loving mother of Mollie (Mrs. Roy Hayes. Stawell), Margaret (Mrs. L-. Chesterfield. Werribee). Ethel (Mrs. A. Holden, deceased), and Jack (Orbost). - Our loved one.

HARVEY.-On June 27. at Avon Plains. Dora

Harvey, late of Clunes, aged 95 years. -At

rest.

HÄUSER. - On June 26. at private hos-

pital, after a long illness^ Carl W.. of 48 Watt street. Box Hill, late of Bruns- wick, dearly loved husband of Lena loved father of Phil. Ken. Bernice (Mrs. Arnel). and Ralph, aged 74 years. -At rest.

IIAUSER.-On June 26. at private hos

ÎitaL after a long illness. Carl W.. of

8 Watt street. Box Hill, late of Bruns- wick, loving father-in-law of Nell, Gladys, and Vic Arnel. the dear papa of Pamela Arnel, aged 74 years. -At rest.

HÄUSER. - C.W. A tribute to the memory

of our beloved ex-treasurer. War. Bro. Charlie Hauser. honoured and respected by all his brethren. Lodge of Rechab No. 224. HEWITT.-On June 20, at Brighton. George,

loved brother John. Edwin, and Alda, aged 88 years. (Privately interred.) (In- serted by Edwin Hewitt, Upwey.)

HOOD_On June 26, at Heidelberg Military

Hospital, Alexander Campbell Petrie Hood . (late 55th Batt., 1st A.I.F.). dearly be-

loved husband of Louisa, and loving father of Alec and Phyllis, loved father-in-law of Marjorie, aged 61 years. -Lest we forget.

DEATHS

HUNTER.-On June 27. at 47 Hannan street.

Williamstown, John, the dearly beloved son of late Samuel and Margaret Hunter (late of Romsey), loved brother of Wil- liam (deceased). Jane (Mrs. McKeown. deceased). James (deceased). Mary (de- ceased), and Liedy, late of Werribee.

HUNTER.-On June 27. at 47 Hannan street.

Williamstown. John Hunter, loved uncle of Lex (deceased). Vernon, and Gordon

McKeown.

HUNTER.-A loving tribute to the memory of

Uncle John. (From Myrtle J. McKeown and Lex. Margaret, i>nd Alison.)

JANES.-On June 24, at. Glenbervie, Minnie,

wife of the late Stanley Henry Janes, lov- ing sister of H. L. Gill (N.Z.). F. P. Gill (Glenroy), and Mrs. W. J. Cann (Sydney). (Privately cremated. Fawkner Crema-

torium.)

JANES.-On June 24, at Essendon, Peg, life-

long and devoted friend of Mary Campbell.

-Sweet memories.

JONES.-On June 26, Robert Hugh. late of

Hurstbridge, dearly loved husband of the late Frances Amelia Jones, and loved lather of Herbert, Laurie, and Harrison, aged 81 years.

JONES. - On June 27, at a private

hospital. Geelong, Rose Emma, widow of the late David Jones, of Portarlington.

LA ROCHE. - On June 27, at his resi

. dence, 45 Roseberry street, Ascotvale, Henry Charles, .devoted husband of Aganata . (deceased), beloved father of Edna, Harry,

Jack. Marie, Dorrie, Nettle, Charlie Nita, Phil, and Alice; loving father-in-law of Bell, Coral. Diff, Rex, Bruce, and Bob: loving grandfather of Marie, Bella. Harry, Dorothea, Verna, and' Ian.

LOBB.-Alice McKenzie, passed away June

27, at her home. Hill End, loved sister of John (deceased), Dave (deceased). Ena (deceased). Annie, Will, and Joe. -At

rest,

LOVE.-On June 25, at his residence, 33

Moama road. East Malvern, Samuel Young Love, loved husband of the late Jane Love, and loving father of Jennie (Mrs. Chifley), Ruby, Jessie Gordon. and Dorothy. -Present with the Lord. (No

flowers.)

MARGRIE. —On June 22, at her residence,

200 Neerim road, Carnegie, Thomazin, beloved wife of the late Arthur John, loving mother of Frank, William (deceased), Edith (Mrs. Maughan), Arthur, Amy (Mrs. Hall), loving daughter of the late John and Ann Sitters, dear sister of Edwin, James, and William (all deceased), aged 90 years, late of Richmond.

MARSHALL. —On June 25, at her residence,

15 Dawson avenue, Elwood, Veronica, lov- ing sister of Ena (Mrs. Trikardo). —Peacefully sleeping.

MUNRO (nee Ison). — On June 23 (slept

peacefully away), at the residence of her brother-in-law (Rev. James Legge), 97 Central road, Blackburn, Agnes, loving wife of the late John Munro, formerly of Poo- wong, loved daughter of the late George and Agnes Ison, of Beaufort, dear sister of Isabella (Mrs. I. Paterson, deceased), George (Mansfield), Mary (Mrs. W. H. Elliott, Boort), Bessie (Mrs. E. Manning, Yarrawonga), Queenie (Mrs. James Legge), Winnie (Mrs. E. Miller, deceased), James (deceased).

McBRIDE. — On June 11. at Dumbarton.

Scotland. Andrew Stewart, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. McBride. and brother of Beth loved friend of the Wark famxlv. 46 Berkeley street. Hawthorn, aged 12

years.

MCKIRDY.-On June 26 (suddenly), at

Brighton, Mary Ferguson, devoted friend of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Carr, of No. 257 St. Kilda street. Middle Brighton.

McVILLY.-On June 25, at his residence,

28 Forster street, Williamstown, Henry Reginald Tasman McVilly, dearly loved husband of Kathleen Winifred, dearly loved father of Brooke, Mabel (Mrs. P. B. Smith), and Ian. (Privately cremated

June 26.)  

MOLAN.-On June 26 at her residence, 13

Yarra grove. Hawthorn, Mary, loved mother of Tom, Maurie, and Bill. -R.Ï.P. (Privately interred, June 27.)

MORROW.-On June 27, at Kyneton Hos-

pital, Fanny, loved sister of Charles. Thomas, John, Hugh, and Henry, late of

Gisborne.

NEWBURY.-On June 22, Francis Arthur,

dear friend cf George Vine and family. -

Ever remembered.

NIALL.-on June 21, at 200 Church street,

Middle Brighton, Annie, beloved sister of Ellen O'Connor, Euroa. -R.I.P.

PATERSON.-On June 27. at his residence.

21 Allambee avenue. Camberwell. Leslie Gordon Paterson, the dearly beloved hus- band of Laura, and loving father of Gordon, Alan, and Muriel. -At rest.

PERRY.-On June 26 (suddenly). Robert William, beloved husband of the late Mar- garet, loving father of Joe. Queen (Mrs. O'Hara. deceased), Ivy (Mrs. Watson), Harold (deceased). Dick (deceased). Gladys (Mrs. Hawker). Eric, and Victor, aged 81

years. -At rest

RAISSIS.-On June 26. at St. Vincent's

Hospital, George, dearlv beloved husband of Dorothy May Raissls, of 74A Little Nicholson street, Collingwood, and loved father of Victor, aged 67 years.

SEYMOUR.-On June 26, at Seymour Hos-

pital. Martin Joseph, the beloved son of the late John and Margaret Seymour, of Wattle Park, Tallarook, and loving brother of Margaret (Mrs. Walsh), Bridget, Annie, and William aged 76 years. -R.I.P.

SHANDS.-Henry, loved husband of Ivy loved

nephew of Frank and Ethel Willett, cousin of Lawrie. Alison, and Gladys.

SOMERVILLE.-On June 25 (suddenly). In

Sydney, William Henry Thornton, loving father of Beryl (Mrs. J. A. Moore). 34 Verdale avenue. Linden Park, South Aus- tralia, aged 75 years. (Privately interred

Melbourne General Cemetery Friday. June

27.)

SOMERVILLE.-On June 25 (suddenly). In

Sydney. William Henry Thornton, loving father of Beryl (Mrs. J. A. Moore. 34 Verdale avenue. Linden Park. South Aus- tralia), aged 75 years. (Privately interred.) STEVENSON.-On June 25. at 109 Toorak

road, South Camberwell, Jessie Mary, widow of the late Henry William, loving mother of Jessie, Charles (deceased), Gladys, and Dorothy. (Private cremation.) STEVENSON.-On June 25, at 109 Toorak

road. South Camberwell, Jessie Mary, loving mother of Charles ( deceased t loving mother-in-law of Rhoda, devoted grannie of Mary, and Isobel (Sydney).

STEVENSON.-On June 25, at 109 Toorak

road South Camberwell, Jessie Mary, lov- ing sister of W. J. McDowall.

STEVENSON.-On June 25. at 109 Toorale

road, South Camberwell Jessie Mary, dearly loved grandmother of David and John

Denton.

STONHAM.-On June 27. at her residence.

6 Gayner Court Park. Malvern. Edith Ade- line, dearly beloved wife of Cyril Allan. -Treasured memories.

STONHAM.-On June 27. at her residence.

6 Gaynor Court Park, Malvern. Edith Ade- line, loving daughter of Mrs. Breach, lov- ing sister of Arthur and Mildred.

STONHAM.-On June 27, at Malvern, lov-

ing sister c4 Milda (Mrs. Dewdney), sister in-law of Mac. -Peacefully sleeping.

SUTHERLAND. - On June 26, at Mildura,

Thomas Gordon, beloved husband of the late Rose Sutherland, aged 74 years. -At

rest.

SUTHERLAND.-On June 26 (suddenly), at

Mildura, Thomas Gordon, relict of Rose, and loved uncle of Iris (Mrs. A. Lees) and Jack, aged 74 years.

THOMAS.-On June 27, at the residence of

his daughter (Mrs. E. W. Winkler), 120 Roslyn road, Belmont, Geelong, Richard Thomas, dearly beloved husband of the late Mary Louisa Thomas, loving father of Ivy (Mrs. W. P. Beattie, deceased), Rose (Mrs. H. Hartwick). Alan (deceased), Myrtle (Mrs. B. Perrett), Marguerite (Mrs. E. W. Winkler). Lily (Mrs. P. W. Winkler)

and Ray, aged 84 years (late of Huon). -In God's keeping.  

WADE.-On June 16. at Brighton, Anne Wade,

beloved sister of John. Will (deceased). Alf (deceased). Isabella (deceased), and dear aunt of Hilda Leggo, aged 85 years.

-At rest.

WALTERS.-On June 26. Albert James, loved

son of the late William and Alice, be- loved brother of William (deceased). Emma. Ernest. Frederick, Vera (Mrs. Caddell ). Arthur, Norman, fond brother-in-law of the late Harold Caddell. -Always remem- bered. _

WK8TERMAN.-In loving memory of Elsie,

beloved wife of S. Westerman, who passed away suddenly, at her residence, Ila Hesfedene street. Essendon, June 7.

WILLIAMS.-On June 26. at Royal Melbourne

Hospital, Benjamin Thomas Williams. 11 Kent street, Hawthorn, loved husband of Sara Isabel. -A patient sufferer at rest. (Privately cremated.)

WILSON.-On June 21 (suddenly), at Mount

Lyon. Sunbury. David George, loving son of the late David and Sara Wilson, and loved brother of Sara (deceased). Reboce*, Margaret (Mrs. Adair), John, James (de- ceased;, and Walter, -In God'ß cire.

DEATHS

WILSON. - On June 26. at Melbourne.

Robert Wilson, of 33 Hotham street. East St. Kilda, and l8 Queen street, Melbourne, dearly beloved brother of John Pollock (de- ceased), William David, Alfred Mathew (deceased). Margaret (Mrs. A. J. J. Lucas, deceased), Mary Ann (Mrs. Craig, de- ceased). Catherine Eliza (Mrs. Anderson), and Lily May (Mrs. Shannos). aged 71

years.

WILSON. - On June 26, at Melbourne.

Robert Wilson, of 33 Hotham street. East St. Kilda, and l8 Queen street. Melbourne. -A true and loyal friend of Eva Hillman.

WILSON.-On June 26, at Melbourne, Robert Wilson, very highly respected and esteemed member of the Royal Victorian Motor

Yacht Club.

WURM. - On June 27, at Rossmore private

hospital. Benalla. Charles, loving husband of Margaret, and loving father of Mavis.

WURM. - On June 27, at Rossmore private

hospital. Benalla. Charles, beloved brother of Dora (Mrs. J. Stewart, Benalla), Wil hema (Mrs. Arbuckle, deceased). Frederick (Benalla), Harriet (Mrs. J. Fcgan. de- ceased). William (Collingwood). Louis (Bacchus Marsh), Nell (Mrs. Dunlop. Ben- alla). Ida (Mrs. Fraser. Benalla), and Hilda (deceased). I

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour-On Active Service BEDFORD1. - In loving memory of Alired

Stanley Bedford, who died while P.O.W. in Siam, on June 28, 1943, aged 23 years, beloved son of William and Ina (deceased), brother of Harry, Bill, Jack, and Marie. -Always remembered.

CAMM.-A tribute to the memory of Captain

R. (Dick) Camm. 2/2 Pioneers, killed Syria. June 27, 1941; also his son. Richard, P.O.W., Malaya (drowned at sea). -At the going down of the sun we still re- member them (L.I. and G.A.P.. Thorn-

bury.)

DAFF.-Cherished memories of our only son,

VX31477. L.-Cpl. H. L. Darr, died of beri- beri while P.O.W., Ambon. June 29, 1945.

He died that we might live.

-(Inserted by his parents, Lucy and Herbert Daff. Wilson street, Cheltenham: sister. Gwen, and brother-in-law. W. F. Salisbury, Kyneton.)

FARRELL-Loved memories of my only son,

John Alwin. VX34988 2/40 Batt., 8th Div., lost at sea while P.O.W., June 24, 1943. -Our Johnnie. (Mother. Valerie, and Frances 23 Lewis street, Ormond.)

FARRELL.-In memory of my beloved grand-

son, Jack, who paid the supreme sacrifice while P.O.W.. June 24, 1943. (Inserted by his loving grandma, H. Atkinson, Caul-

field.)

IZARD.-In proud and loving memory of

our dear son and brother, Sgt. John Francis Izard. VX32509. who made the supreme sacrifice with his cobbers of A Troop. 17th Anti-Tank Battery off Luzon,

June 28, 1942.

KARDACni.-In loving memory of our dear

son and brother, Sydney. VX33471, killed in action Bougainville, June 29, 1945.

Our loss is great, we must not complain, But trust in God to meet again.

-(Father, mother. Elaine. Freda, Michael, Adele. Marcelle, and George.)

MILLICAN.-Cherished and loving memories

of our loving son and brother, Victor. 2/22 Btn.. lost Montevideo Maru. -Loved, re- membered, longed for always. (Inserted by his loving mother, father, and brother.) MORRIS.-In loving memory of Allan Morris.

died of illness on Ambon on June 28, 1945. -Deeply mourned. (Inserted by his loving aunt and uncle. Pearl and Doug. Lyons, and family.)

rOTTER.-In memory of our loving sen and

brother, P.-Offlcer Leslie Clifford. 409742, killed in air operations over France, June 29, 1944. (Always remembered by mother,

dad, and Ron.)

QUIGLEY.-In loving memory of our beloved

son and brother, VX39934, Gordon, died P.O.W. Ambon, June 28, 194». (Inserter by his loving mother, father. Peg, and

Syd.)

SCOTT.-In loving memory of Flight-Sgt.

Lawrence Kerr, W.A.G., R.A.A.F.. killed aircraft accident. Middle East. June 28. 1944. loved son and brother of F. J. Scott and family. Coonalbie, Kongwak.

SCOTT.-In loving memory of Fllght-Sgt.

Lawrence Kerr, killed aircraft accident. Middle East. June 28. 1944, dearly loved . nephew of Catherine Scott. Carr Garth.

Kongwak.

SCOTT.-in proud and loving memory of

Flight-Sgt Lawrence Kerr (W.A.G.. RA.A.F.). killed Middle East on June 28. 1944. loved brother of Millicent, and uncle of Julian and Brian Movie, aged 24 years, SCOTT.-in loving memory of Flight-Sgt.

Lawrence Kerr. R.A.A.F.. killed Middle East, June 28. 1944. loved brother and brother-in-law of Jess and Peter Boothby. SMITH.-In loving memory of our brother.

Sid, killed in action. Syria, 1941. (Brenda and Clive.)

THOBNELL.-In loving memory ot mv darl-

ing nephew, James Frederick, VP7106, 2/22nd Battn., who was lost at sea In the Montevideo Maru from Rábaul about July 1, 1942. aged 23 years. -R.I.P. Not Just today, but every day, In silence we remember you smiling, Jimmie dear. (In- serted by his loving Aunty Sissie. Somer- ville.)

WALKER.-Cherished memories of our dearly

beloved son and brother. Flight-Sergeant George Maxwell (Max), killed on service. Gulf of Aden, June 28, 1944; also his five gallant comrades. -Still living, still loving, still ours. (Mother, father, and Shirley. Mitcham.)

WALKER.-In memory of Max. Stan's pal.

killed Gulf of Aden. June 28. 1944. -Lest we forget. (Max Wyatt, and family. Frankston.)

WARREN.-In loving memory of Lieut. L.

Lloyd Warren, accidentally killed in W.A.. June 28. 1942. dearly loved only child of William Leslie and Bessie Warren. 35 Somerville road. Yarraville.

Until the day break and the shadows flee

away.

BEARD.-In loving memory of my dear wife,

Caroline Amy, who passed away on June 28. 194S. at Essendon. (Inserted by her loving husband.)

BEARD.-In loving memory of my dear

mother, who passed away on June 28. 1946. (Inserted by her loving daughter. Rene, and son-in-law. George, and grand chlldia». Dorothy and Ruth.)

BEARD.-In loving memory of our dear

mother, who passed away on June 28, 1946. (Inserted by her loving sons. Fred and Clyde.)

BENNETT.-In loving memory of our dear

mother and nana, Frances Elizabeth, who passed away on June 28. 1946. -A life devoted to her family and friends. (In- serted by her son and daughter, Frank and Evelyn, grandchildren. Kingsly and Ruth.) BENNETT.-In memory of our dearly loved

mother-in-law, Frances Elizabeth, who passed away on June 28, 1946. (inserted by her son-in-law. and daughter-in-law. Jim and Frances.)

BLACKUS.-A loving tribute to the memory

of dear dad, who passed away June 29. 1946. -A silent thought brings many a tear. (Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law. Violet and Malcolm Walker,

Svdnev.)

BLACKWOOD.-In loving memory of our

dear father and father-in-law. Ernest, who passed away on June 29, 1938. -Always remembered. (Tom and Glad.)

BRYANT.-We will always remember our ' darling mother. (Fred. Robert, Alan, and

Marl.)

BUTT.-In slncerest remembrance of our

foreman, who passed away June 28, 194b. (Inserted by the factory employees of R. Collie and Co. Pty. Ltd.)

COMBRIDGE. - In loving memory of my

dear father, who passed away on June 28. 1937. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by his loving daughter, Mavis.)

DAVIES.-Loving memories of Louie, my dear

wife, and our dear mother, who passed away at her home on June 28, 1946. Peace, perfect peace, and rest. (Inserted by her loving families at 25 Alexandra avenue, Canterbury, and 19 The Righi. Ivanhoe.)

DOHRMANN. - In loving memory oí my

dear wife and my dear mother, who died on June 29, 1931. -Always remembered. (Inserted by her husband and daughter, Jean.)

DU CROS.-In affectlonste memory of our

dear mother, who passed away June 38. 1940. -fladly missed by her loving family.

ERINS.-Lovingly remembering Lol. June 29.

1933. (Mildred.)

EKINS.-In loving memory of dear Al,

June 29. 1933. Also Arthur. July 23. 1943. (Ethel.)

rons.-Treasured memories of my dear

husband. Percy, and loving father of Alice, Lane«, Edward. Austin, and Torle, passed away Juris 23. 1940.

IN MEMORIAM

FULLER.-In loving memory of our dear

mother, who passed away June 29. 1945. -Our wonderful mother. In silence we

remember, (inserted by Muriel and Maurice

1 Coleman.)

GARDINER.-In loving memory of my dear

wile. Annie, who passed away June 28, 1937. (86 Coppin street, Richmond.)

GEORGE.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Annie Frances, who passed away at Brisbane. June 29, 1945. -Time goes by, but memories stay. (Inserted by Ruth,

Al mar. Lily.)

GROVES.-In ever-loving memory of my

dear husband and our dear father, William Charlea, who passed away at Hawthorn on June 28. 1938. (Inserted by his loving

wife and family.)

GRUBB.-In memory of my beloved wife,

who departed this life June 28. 1943. -

Till the day dawns and shadows flee.

(Fred.)

HADDOCK.-Loving memory of our dearest

pal. Min., June 29, 1944. -You'll never be forgotten,- (Frank and Ruby.)

HARVEY.-In loving memory of my be-

loved husband and our dear father. Ernest Arthur Harvey, passed away June 29, 1943.

-Ever remembered.

HAWKINS (nee Hermon). - To the ever-

green memory of my beloved- Pet. -A silent voice one lost and loved so well.

(Mother.)

HAWKINS (nee Hernon).-In memory of

my dear mother and my loved sister. Pet. (Inserted by Jacqueline and Beryl.) HAY.-In fond memory of my dear wife

and our loving mother. Rachel, who passed away at Numurkah, June 24, 1946.

Dearer to us than words can tell,

Was the mum we lost and loved so well. -(Inserted by Jame3 Hay and family.) HEWETT.-In loving memory of my dear

mother, who passed away June 29, 1945. Sleep on beloved, and take tny rest.

-(Inserted by her loving son, Bill, and daughter-in-law, May.)

nODGSKISS.-In memory of our dear

brother, Clifford Allan, who passed away June 28. 1946. (Inserted by loving sisters

and brothel s.)

HUMPHREYS. - In loving memory of our

dear mother. Lillian Louise, who passed away June 28, 1944. -Always remembered. (Inserted by her son. Noel, and daughter

in-law, Joan.)

IDDLES.-In loving memory of my dear

husband. Harry, who passed awav June 29, 1936. -Unseen, unheard, yet ever near: remembered, loved, for ever dear. (Inserted by his loving wife, Gladys.)

JENKIN.-In loving remembrance oí my dear

wife, and our mother, passed away June 28. 1933. (Inserted by her loving hus band and family. 15 Oak avenue, Elstern LAIRD*.-Treasured memories of my dearly

loved husband. Percival Stuart, who passed away suddenly (result of accident) June 28, 1936, loving and devoted father of Edna. -Deeply mourned. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of one we loved and will never forget. (Inserted by his wife and daughter, St.' Kilda.)

LANSBURY.-In loving memory of my dear

husband, Henry Charles, called to the higher life June 29, 1946.

With tender love and deep regret We who loved you never forget.

-(Inserted by his loving wife. Maud, and

family.)

LESKIE.-In loving memory of my dear

husband and our father, Bob, who passed

away June 27, 1946. ?

We will always remember.

LEYSHON.-In loving memory of Uncle

Reece (Billy), passed away at Werribee, June 28. 1939. -Always remembered, (in-

serted by Harold and Dorrie. West Pres-

ton.)

LOVE. P. E. (Flossie).-On June 29, 1943,

at Melbourne, the beloved sister of A. W. love, Blackwood, S.A.

MCCANN.-in loving memory of our deaf

father, David James, who passed away

June 28, 1944. (Inserted by Anne and

Keith.)

McLEAN.-In loving memory or my dea.

wife. Mabel Louise, passed away June 29, 1945. (Inserted by her husband, daugh- ter. Gwen; son-in-law. Irvln; grandson,

Ken.)

McQUAY.-In ever-loving memory of my

beloved husband, John, who passed away on June 28, 1945. -Ever remembered by

his loving wife.

McQUAY.-In memory of my beloved

father, who died suddenly on June 28.

1945.

His life a beautiful memory. His passing a silent grief. -(Nell.)

MOSSOP.-In loving memory of my dear

wife. Nora, who passad away June 29, 1944. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her laving husband, Henry.)

NASH.-In loving memory of dear Ken, wno

passed away June 30. 1944. -Beautlfi memories of one so dear we deeply treasure

from year to year. (Father, mother. Beryl,

and Norma.)

PEARSON.-In fond remembrance of my dear

wife. Rose, and our dearly loved mather, who died June 29, 1941.

Your life of love still lingers

In sweet, remembered smiles and

words once said.

-(Inserted by Byron A. Pearson, daugh- ter. Mrs. G. K. Dawes; and son. Will.)

FEATLING.-In loving memory of our dear

son and our brother. Bruce, who passed away June 38, 1941. -Loving /memories. (Inserted by his loving parents, 'sister, and

brothers.)

rEVERILL.~In loving memory of Albert

Augustus Peverill, who was called home June 28, 1917. (Inserted by his loving wife

and se«, Lorrle.)

POPE.-In cherished memory of my dear

husband, William H., fell asleep June 27,

1935. -Fond memories.

QUAYLE, Robert Henry.-Loving memories of

dad, passed away on June 29, 1945. (Harry and Mona, pa of Janet and Helen.) ROBERTSON-WILLIAMSON. - Cherished

memories of our darling daughter and our sister. Alma, who passed away on June

29, 1946.

God watched you as you suffered,

He knew you had your share.

So He gently closed your tired eyes

And took you in His care. '

-(Inserted by her loving parents, brothers,

and sisters.)

ROBERTSON (Williamson).-In loving mem-

ory of our darling sister. Alma, who passed away, June 29, 1946, a wonderful sister, and much-loved aunt of Harry and Gary. -So sadly missed, (Inserted by Tom and Myrtle Traulsen Jones.)

ROBERTSON.-Cherished memories of our

loving sister-in-law, Alma. -Sweet memo- ries ever. (Harold and Kaye.)

ROOK. - Treasured memories of my dearly

loved husband, Gordon Teague, who left

us on June 29 1946.

our dear dad.

Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and son,

Jim.)

BOOK.-In loving memory of Gordon Teague,

died June 29, 1946. -Thy will be done. (Inserted by his loving family, brother,

and sisters.)

BOSS.-In loving memory of Emily Leddy

Ross, who passed away June 29. 1939. - They are not dead who live in loving hearts. (Inserted by her loving husband

and family.)

SCOTT.-Treasured memories of my beloved

pal, Ida. -Sadly missed. Till we meet again. (Inserted by her friend. J. Don- nelly. Hartwell.)

SKINNER.-In loving memory of my dear

parents. William Fawckner and Katie Susan Skinner, who departed this life on June 28, 1940, and September 5, 1946. >

A page in the book of memories Is gently

turned today.

-(Inserted by Alma, Mrs. G. J. John-

ston.)

SKINNER.-In loving memory of my dear

father, who passed June 38. 1940. -In God's care. (Inserted by his loving son Alfred, daughter-in-law Ruth, and grand- children Pamela and Keith.) .

SKINNER,-In loving memory of our dear

father, who passed away June 28. 1940. -In God's care. (Inserted by his loving daughters. Myrtle, Ethel, and Olive.)

SMITH. - In sad but loving memory of my

dear husband, and our father, Edwin Louis, who passed away June 29, 1943. (In- serted by his loving wife and family.)

STAPLES.-In loving memory of our dear

father. Richard, who passed away on June 28, 1946; alco our dear mother, who passed away on October 5, 1942.

We have them in our memories. God has them In His care.

-(Inserted by their loving son and daugh-

ter.)

STUDACH.-In loving memory of my dear

father, who passed away June 28. 1946. ' Memory Is a golden chain

Which binds us till we meet again.

-(Inserted by his loving daughter.

Alberta-Mrs. King.)

SWAN.-In loving memory of my dear

mother, who died June 28, 1943. (Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law.

Bruce and Ruth.)

VICK.-In loving memory of my beloved

husband, Leslie, and our dear father and grandpa, who passed away on June 28,

19*6.

For ever in our thoughts.

-(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

IN MEMORIAM

VICK.-In loving memory of our dear

brother-in-law and our uncle, Les, who passed away on June 28, 1946.

Ever remembered.

-(Inserted by Eric and Agnes, Del, Faye,

and Betty.)

WORLLEY. - In fond memory of John

Henry, who passed away on June 25, 1946. -Always remembered. (Inserted by hu loving wife and family.)

WYLIE.-In loving memory of our darling

mother who passed away June 29. 1942: also our beloved father, who passed away June 1, 1941. -Sweet memories, darlings. (Florrie and Will.)_

BEREAVEMENT CARDS

JOHNSTON.-SHEILA and NEIL JOHNSTON

wish to THANK their relatives, friends, and neighbours for visits, telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their sad and sudden bereavement at the loss of dear mother, ^Mrs. Norah Catherine White. Special

thanks to Drs. Freidman, Whiteside, and Botterlll; also to Mrs. Barden and Mr?. Knighton, who helped In a special way at a critical time. Please accept our sincere gratitude. 4B Rose street. W. Brunswick.

KINDER,-Mrs. L. KINDER and Family de-

sire to THANK relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, telegrams, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their re- cent sad bereavement. Will all please ac- cept this as a personal acknowledgment

of sincere gratitude. 77 Charraan load.

Mentone.

LAWRENCE.-Mrs. SAM. LAWRENCE desires

to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions oí sympathy during

her recent bereavement. Mercer street,

Queenscliff.

LOUD. - The Family of the late JESSIE

LORD desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, per- sonal expressions of sympathy, and floral tributes extended to them in their recent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of thanks. Gee» long road, Brooklyn.

MACDONALD. - The Family of the late Mrs. IDA LILIAN MACDONALD desire to THANK sincerely all kind friends and relatives for telegrams, floral tributes, ex- pressions of sympathy, in their recent sad bereavement. 162 Queen's parade. North

Fitzroy. .

OLIVER. - The Family of the late Mrs.

ALICE OLIVER wish to THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours for their expres- sions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, and telegrams in their recent sad bereave- ment. 44 William street, .North Brighton. 39 Lewis street, Ormond.

RHODES.-Mr. C. RHODES and Mrs. RUTH

and JIM CLELAND desire to THANK all relatives and kind friends for expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, and cards in their recent sad bereavements. Will all ϻlease accept this as a personal acknow edgment of our deepest gratitude. 46 Carlingford street. Elsternwick.

RICHARDS. - The Family of the late Mrs.

F. E. RICHARDS wish to THANK all rela- tives and friends for cards, telegrams, and floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the bovs and friends at the Valley, also my workmates at D.

Se W. Chandler's. 4 Bennett street. North

Fitzroy.

ROBERTS.-Mr. E. O. ROBERTS and Familv

wish to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes. personal expressions of sympathy, and attendance at Sleight's Funeral Home in their recent sad bereavement. Would all Î>lease accept this as a personal acknow edgment. 8 Edro street. Brighton.

SHARLAND.-The Family of the late JOHN

and MARGARET SHARLAND desire to THANK all relatives, kind friends, and neighbours for floral tributes, telegrams, cards, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in their recent sod bereavements, especially thanking Drs. elias, and Garrv Bennett, of High street. Prahran, for their very kihd attention; also Mrs. Stroud and the directors of the Australasian Jam Co. for their many kindnesses to our late par- ents; also the staff and employees of the Aust. Jam Co. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our deepest gratitude. 36 Lorne road. East Prahran,

STODDART.-Mr. W. POWER and Mrs. J.

RAYNER wish to -THANK relations, friends, and neighbours for kind expres- sions of sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their sister. Esther.

TEAGUE.-Mr. HENRY TEAGUE wishes to

THANK all relations and friends for beau- tiful floral tributes, cards, letters, tele- grams, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in his recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Dr. James and Miss Curtain. Will all please accept this as a Wpersonal expression of my gratitude.

ARNEKE.-Mr. H. WARNEKE and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind thoughts and sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

WRIGHT.-The Family of the late Mrs. HANNAH WRIGHT wish to THANK rela- tives, kind friends, and neighbours for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy hi their recent sad bereavement. Will all

please accept this as a personal expression

of thanks.

FUNERAL NOTICES

ANDERSON.-The Friends oí the late Mr.

JOHN SIME ANDERSON are notified that his Funeral will leave his home, King's Vale, Cranbourne road, Lyndhurst, on MONDAY, after a service by Mr. F. A. Singleton, commencing at 1.15 p.m., for

the Dandenong Cemetery, arriving about 2

p.m.

W. J. GARNAR & SON. Phone Dan-

denong 308.

BAMFORD. - The Funeral of the late WILLIAM THOMAS BAMFORD will leave 28 Broomfield avenue. Alphington. MON- DAY, at 10 a.m., for the Melbourne Ceme-

tery. Carlton.

W. G. RAVEN. JA2225.

BARRATT (Bowker). - The Funeral of the

late Mrs. MARY E. BARRATT will leave the Lewis Parlour. 154 Johnston street. Fitzroy, on MONDAY, at 11 a.m.. for the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner.

HENRY J. R. LEWIS. JA1066.

BOND.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. LEAH

MARY BOND will leave Sleight's Funeral Home, St. Kilda road. Melbourne, THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service commenc- ing at 9.15 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. _

A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone

MX4626 (3 lines).

BRAY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY

JOSEPHINE BRAY will leave the Roman Catholic Church, Cowes, after a service at 2.30 p.m., TOMORROW (Sunday, June 29).

for the Cowes Cemetery.

J. D. KNOX Se SONS, 48 Wonthaggi.

DANIEL. - The Funeral of the late Mr.

ERNEST BURGE DANIEL will leave the chapel of R. McKenzie. 170 Koornang road. Carnegie. .THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service by the Rev. C. R. Phillips at. 10.15 a.m.. for the Springvale Crema*

tor turn.

R. MCKENZIE. Carnegie. TJM1765.

DAVISON. - The Members of the West

Brunswick Bowling Club are respectfully Invited to follow the remains of their esteemed clubmate. Mr. J. T. DAVISON; to the place of Interment. _ _, ,

The Funeral will leave 118 Brunswick road. West Brunswick. THIS DAY (Satur- day), at 10.15 a.m.. for Fawkner Ceme

eI7* P. PEVERELL. President.

O. AIKENHEAD. Secretary.

EGAN. - Requiem Mass for the repose ot

the soul of the late MICHAEL JAMES EGAN will be celebrated at St. Ignatius' Church, Richmond. THIS DAY (Saturday*, at 9.45 a.m.. after which the Funeral will leave for the Box Hill Cemetery

LE PINE St SON PTY. LTD. JA1104.

HAMMILL. - The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY ANN HAMMILL. of SUwell (late Orbost), are respectfully Informed that her Funeral will leave the Church of England. Orbost, TOMORROW (Sunday), at 3 o'clock for the Orbost Cemetery.

FRED CROUCH St SON. Funeral Direc- tors. Stawell. . m "

HAU8ER.-The Funeral of the late Mr.

CARL W. HÄUSER will leave Padbury's chapel. 13 Cothmm road, Kew. on MONDAY. at the conclusion of a service commencing at MS p.m.. for the New Melbourne Cre-

matorium. Fawkner.

A. W. PADBURY Se Co. Haw. 31.

(For continuation of Funerals

see page 37)

FUNERAL NOTICE

(Continued from page 11 )

HÄUSER,-Lodge of Rechab No. 224.-Mem-

bers of the above Lodge are requested to attend the Funeral of our late beloved ex treasurer, Wor. Bro. C. W. HAUSER.

The Funeral will leave the parlours of A. W. Padbury St Co.. 13 Cotham road, Kew, at approximately 1.30 p.m. MONDAY.

June 30.

W. A, MCDONALD, Master.

HOOD.-The Funeral of the late ALEXANDER

CAMPBELL PETRIE HOOD, 55th Batt., 1st A.I.F., will leave his residence, 11 Amelia avenue. Essendon. THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m., for the Melbourne Crematorium. Fawkner

ERN. JENSEN St SONS. J.U1010.

HUNTER, - The Funeral of the late Mr.

JOHN HUNTER, of 47 Hannan street. Wil- liamstown (late of Werribee), will leave Nelson Bros.' Chapel, North Williams- town, after a service conducted by Rev. Simons, commencing at 10.30 a.m.. THIS DAY (Saturday), for the Werribee Ceme- tery, arriving at Werribee about 11.10

a.m.

NELSON BROS. Williamstown 43

JONES.-The Friends oí the late Mrs. ROSE '

EMMA JONES are respectfully Informed that her remains will be interred in the Portarlington Cemetery.

The Funeral is appointed to leave Er- nest H. King St Co.'s Chapel on MONDAY, June 30, after a short service, commencing at 10.15 a.m., arriving at the Cemetery

at 11.30 a.m.

ERNEST H. KING & Co., 187 Moorabool street. Geelong 5122.

LA ROCHE.-The Funeral of the late Mr.

HENRY CHARLES LA ROCHE will leave our parlour, 678 Mt. Alexander rd.. Moonee Ponds, on MONDAY, at 11 a.m.. for the Fawkner Cemetery

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. FU5451.

McKIRDY. - The Funeral of the late Miss

MARY FERGUSON McKIRDY will leave J. Monkhouse St Sons' Parlour, 122 Car- penter street. Brighton, THIS DAY (Sat- urday), at 10.30 a.m.. for the Brighton

Cemetery.

J. MONKHOUSE & SON. Brighton Tel

XAI162.

MORROW.-The Funeral of the late

FANNY MORROW will leave the Pres- byterian Church, Gisborne. TOMORROW

(Sunday), at 10.15 a.m., for Gisborne

Ccn_&t--*Y

M. MURRAY, Undertaker. Tel. Gisb. 51.

PATERSON. - The Funeral of the late Mr.

LESLIE GORDON PATERSON, of 21 Al- lambee avenue, Camberwell, will leave Nelson Bros.' Chapel. 7 Droop street. Foot- scray, on MONDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.

NELSON BROS. Footscray. MW1301. PERRY.-The Funeral of the late ROBERT

WILLIAM PERRY will leave the resi- dence of his son, 80 Anderson road. Sun- shine, at 10.15 THIS DAY (Saturday) for the Footscray Cemetery.

BAISSIS. - The Funeral of. the late Mr.

GEORGE RAISSIS will leave the Greek Orthodox Church, Victoria parade, East Melbourne, THIS DAY (Saturday), after a 1 service commencing at 10 minutes to 10

o'clock, for the Fawkner Cemetery.

ALFRED ALLISON, Clifton Hill. JW1708, SEYMOUR. - The Funeral of the late

MARTIN JOSEPH SEYMOUR will leave the Roman Catholic Church, Tallarook, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2.30 p.m. for the Tallarook Cemetery.

G. DIGGLE Funeral Director. Seymour 46, and branches.

THOMAS. - The Funeral of the late Mr.

RICHARD THOMAS THOMAS Will leave from our' chapel, THIS DAY (Saturday, June 28) after a service, commencing at 9.45 a.m., for the Eastern Cemetery, Gee-

long.

. A. M. HOEPNER. Geelong. Phone 3792.

WALTERS-Carlton Lodge, No. 19. A.. F..

and A. Masons.-Oncers and Members of the above Lodge and Craft in general are invited to attend the Funeral of our late Brother ALBERT JAMES WALTERS to the Springvale Cemetery.

The Funeral will leave Armstrong and Whittle's parlours. 215 Glenfeirle road.

Malvern. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10.30

a.m.

L. G. REED. Master.

G. A. SPONG Secretarv.

WILSON. - The Funeral of the late ROBERT WILSON will leave Sleight's Funeral Home. ,St. Kilda road, Melbourne. THIS DAY

(Saturday), after a service commencing at 10 a.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium.

-A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4628 (3 lines).

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