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BIRTHS

BARTLETT (nee Pickett).-On Decem-

ber 15. at Osborne House. St. Arnaud. to Freda and Frank-a bon (John

Francis).

BRFTT (Nash).-On December 15. Rt

Jessie Mcpherson Hospital, to Bar- bara, wife of George S. Brett-a daughter (Rosemary).

FISHER.-On December 11, at West

Gippsland Hospital, Warragul, to Clarrie and Francye-a daughter

(Pauline).

GRIFFITHS (Walton).-On December

l8, at St. Andrew's, to Bill and Callum-a .»on (John). (Both well.) MASON (Whitney).-On December 17,

at Bethesda, to Elaine and Howard -a son (Howard John). (Both well.) MOSS.-On December 15. at Bethesda

Hospital, to Sybil and Tom-a daughter. (Both well.)

OSBORNE.-On December 14. at St.

George's, to Evelyn and Harold-a son (David).

PARKE (MacFarlane).-on December

7, at W.G.H., Warragul, to Lorna and Syd-a son (Gary Harold).

(Both weU.)

PROWD.-On December 12, at Mar-

garet Coles, to the wife of W. J. (Bill)-a son.

DEATHS

BATTEN. - On December 18, at his

residence, 129 Manning road, East Malvern, Arthur Henry, dearly be- loved husband of Mary Ann, loved

father of Jean, Mollie, Gwen, and

Arthur.

BESSELL. - On December 16, at her

residence, 194 Woodland road, North Essendon. Susan Mary, the beloved wife of Daniel H. E., loving mother of Freda M. D. (deceased), James E., and John D. (deceased), loved mother- in-law of Thelma, and dear granny

of Danny.

BESSILL. - On December 16, at her

residence, 194 Woodland road, North Essendon, Susan Mary, the beloved sister of Ella (Mrs. Hayward), Ina (Mrs. Anderson), Margaret, and Elsie (Mrs. Skene).

BLAND.-On December 9, at 104 Rock-

burne terrace, Paddington, Brisbane, Kathrine Sarah Frances (Ketha), in her 88th year.

BRAND. - On December 16, at 1

Illawarra road, Hawthorn, Claudina Brand, beloved wife of William Charles, and mother of Freda (Mrs.

Warren) and Mick. -Deeply regret-

ted.

BRAND.-On December 16, at 1 Illa-

warra road, Hawthorn, Claudina Rosa Alice, loved mother of Freda, mother-in-law of Alan, grandmother of Meredith. -At rest.

BROWN. - On December 17, Dorothy,

dearly loved only daughter of Wallis and Dulcie, loved sister of Ronald, darling granddaughter of F. Keir and M. Grant, great-granddaughter of Mrs. Ingram (Westgarth), aged four years nine months. -Our darling  

peacefully sleeping.

BRUMBY.-On December 17, at private

hospital, Healesville, Ian Donald, loved only child of Essie and the late Don Brumby, of Mitcham, aged 16 years. -Peacefully sleeping.

BRUMBY.-On December 17, at private

hospital, Healesville, Ian Donald, lov- ing grandson of May and the late George Brumby, nephew of Alan. -Resting.

BRUMBY.-On December 17, at private

hospital, Healesville, lan Donald, lov- ing nephew of Bill and Essie Chand- ler, Ian and Marie Widger, Clarrie and Billie Chandler, David, cousin of Billie, Frank, Bob, Dick, Loris,

and Elaine.

BULT. - On December l8, at the

Austin Hospital, Charlotte Margaret (Lottie), the dearly loved wife of Frederick Bult, of 32 Bunbury street, Footscray, loved sister of Agnes (Mrs. Bell, deceased). Christina (Mrs. Stevens, deceased). Elizabeth (Mrs. McIvor, deceased), and Elsie (Mrs. Skews). -A patient sufferer at

rest.

BULT. - On December l8, at the

Austin Hospital, Charlotte Margaret (Lottie), beloved sister of Elsie (Mrs. Skews), also loved aunt of Richard (deceased), William, John, and Girlie. -Peacefully sleeping.

BULT. - On December l8, at the

Austin Hospital, Charlotte Margaret (Lottie), of 32 Bunbury street, Foot- scray, loving auntie of Myrtle and Vic Clifton. -Auntie's pal.

CARROLL.-On December 17, Charles

Carroll, of 8 Porter street, Upper Hawthorn, dearly loved husband of Ida, and loving father of Wilma and Junee. -Requiescat in pace.

CLOSE.-On December 17, at Hamil-

ton, the Very Reverend Father Wil- liam Neson Close, R.I.P.P., aged   73 years. -R.I.P.

COCKERILL.-On December 16, at her

home, 180 Hoddle street, Abbotsford, Mary, beloved wife of the late George Cockerill, loved mother of John Leo (deceased), George (de- ceased), John, Marjorie (Mrs. Kava- nagh), and Bernadette (deceased). - Requiescat in pace.

COFFEY.-On December 17, at her

home, 42 Derby street, Kew, Bridget, beloved wife of the late Philip Coffey, loved mother of Maurice (deceased), Philip, Margaret (Mrs. O'Neill),  

Laura (Mrs. Delves), Catherine (Mrs. D. Lynch), John, Maurice, and Thomas. -Requiescat in pace.

COMBEN.-On December 18 (result of

boat accident), Raymond Comben, of 65 Victoria street, Williamstown,  

dearly beloved husband of Florence, and loved father of Keith and Audrey. -In God's care.

COMBEN.-On December 18 (result of

boat accident), Raymond Comben, of 65 Victoria street, Williamstown, the dearly beloved son of John and the late Elizabeth, loved brother of Lily, Horace (deceased), and Roy (de- ceased). -Sometime we'll under-

stand.

COMBEN.-On December 18 (result of

boat accident), Raymond Comben, of 65 Victoria street, Williamstown, be- loved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Taylor, of Barnett street, Yarraville, and loved father-in-law of Rita and Les (Castlemaine).

COMBEN.-On December 18 (result of

boat accident), Raymond Comben, of 65 Victoria street, Williamstown, loved brother of Horace (deceased), loved brother-in-law of Jessie, and loving uncle of Ronald, Graeme,  

and Lois.

COMBEN.-On December 18 (result of

boat accident), Raymond Comben, of 65 Victoria street, Williamstown, loved brother-in-law of Les and Hazel, and loving uncle of Kenneth.

COMBEN.-On December 18 (result of

boat accident), Raymond Comben, of 65 Victoria street, Williamstown, loved  

brother-in-law of Will and Vera, loved uncle of Russell and Lois.

DEATHS

COOPER. - On December l8, at his resi-

dence, 23 Aintree road, Glen Iris, William Munro, the dearly beloved husband oí Ethel Grace, and loving father of William, Lilian (Mrs. E. Singleton), Albert, Arthur, Gladys  

(Mrs. L. Gregory), Irene (Mrs. N. Morris), and Bruce, father-in-law of Elsie, Eric, Kath. Joan. Lance, and Noel, aged 68 years. -So mote it

be.

CRAVEN.-On December 17. at 36 King

street. Essendon, Elizabeth Mary, beloved daughter of the late William and Annie Craven, oí Merrigum, and loved sister oí Annie (deceised), Arthur (deceased), and Rebecca.

de BLAQUIERE. - On December 17,

at his home, 37 Hawthorn street, West Coburg, William Edward, dearly be- loved husband of Victoria, devoted father of Edith (Mrs. H. Barkes), Reg, and Doris (Mrs. G. Barkes), loved father-in-law of Bert, George, and Peg, fond grandfather of Valerie, Robin, and Trevor, aged 71 years.   -Requiescat in pace.

DEVLIN.-On December 17 (result of

drowning), Richard (late R.A.A.F.), the dearly loved husband of Jessie Elizabeth, of 207 Kilgour street, Gee- long, and loving father of Geoffrey, aged 19 years (also believed drowned), Russell, Stuart, and Noel, aged 43

years.

DEVLIN.-A fond tribute to our sin-

cere friends, Richard, who was drowned, and Geoffrey, who is be- lieved to be drowned at St. Leon- ards on December 17. (Alice and Wal Ray, Yarraville.)

DOBSON. - On December l8, at Skip-

ton, Juliane Esme Dobson, dearly beloved wife of Robert Thomas Dob- son, of Streatham, and devoted mother of Faye and Barry, aged 29

years.

DUTHIE. - On December l8. Peter,

dearly loved infant son oí Pat and John Duthie, of 40 Locksley road, Ivanhoe, aged eight months. -Our

babe.

DUTHIE. - On December l8 Peter,

lovod grandson of Ethel and Gordon, nephew of Bob (Preston), great grandson of Jonn Duthie (Ballarat). -In God's care.

DUTHIE.-On December l8, Peter, loved

grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. Halli- day, of Adelaide.

EVANS. - On December! l8, at private

hospitrl. Sandringham, Isaac, deerly lovrd husband of Lucy, of Deansgate. 9 Southey street, St. Kilda and loved father of Bernard, Molly (Mrs. Beard), Geoff, Carolyn (Mrs. Swan nell), Colin, and Herbert, in his 70th year. -No batter man ever lived. .

PARR.-On December 17 (suddenly), at

his home. 1 Albert street. North Caulfield, George Thomas, beloved husband oí Effie Parr.

FARR.-On December 17 (suddenly),

at his home, 1 Albert street. North Caulfield, George Thomas, loved son of the late Arthur and Ada Farr, and loved brother oí Fred. Syd, Harry, Doris, Glen, and Lois.

FISHER.-On December l8, at his

residence. Royston, 14 William street. Oakleigh, James, loved husband of Violet, and loving father of Eric (deceased). Roy, Iris (Mrs. Mooney), Herbert (deceased), and Jack, aged 73 years. -A patient sufferer at

rest.

GILMORE.-On December l8, at his

residence, Tooborac. James Edmund, husband of Maria S., and loved father of Bridget, Lorna, Albert, Myrtle (deceased). Gwendoline. Des- mond. Myra, Raymond, and Rex. in his 63rd year.

HAAS. - On December 17, at private

hospital, Glen Iris, Alice, loved wife of the late Chai les, of 441 Beach road, Parkdale, dearly loved sister of Harriet (Mrs. A. F. Pengelly) and Louie (Mrs G. B. Grace).

HILLMAN.-On December 17. at 46

Park grove, Burnley. Elizabeth, be- loved wife of the late Arch Hill- man, and loved mother of Arch (deceased), Grace, and Allan, aged 75 years. -A wonderful mother.

HOCIIKINS - On December IG. at

Alfred Hospital, Ethel Florence, dearly beloved wife of George Russell, and loved mother of Pat.

IIUYBEBS.-On December U. at 790

Military road, Mosman, N.S.W., Emily Marie, beloved wife of Wil- liam Charles Huybers, of Brlsban» and Hobart. (Private service at St. John's Cathedral. Brisbane. Wednes- day, December 14, 11 a.m.)

JACOBS.-On December 17 (suddenly),

at his residence, 19 Park road, Mary- borough. Herbert Charles, loved hus- band oí Alice Amelia, and loved father of Edgar. Douglas, Jean (Mrs. B. Duncombe), and Lorna (Mrs. F. Hastings), aged 71 years.

JOHNSTON. - On December l8, at

private hospital, Healesville, Annie Louise, loved wife of Percie.. loving mother of Lorna (Mrs. M. Hodges), sister of Minnie, James (deceased), Jchn (deceased). Maude, Eliza (de- ceased), Horace, Arthur, Ernest, .Dals, and Rudolph. -At rest.

MACKAY.-On December 0. at Bris-

bane. Sarah, loved mother of Mrs. Edwin D. Patterson, oí Rangelands, Winton (Q.), and the late Alexander Mackay, grandmother oí Bruce, Done, and Elaine, great-grandmother of Jean Lacey.

MACQUEEN.-On December l8, at his

home. 21 Monash street. Box Hill. Rev. Lindsay Archibald, loving hus- band of Constance Ethel, and loved father of Dick, Lois, Heather. Jack (deceased), and Peter. -At home with his father.

MANLEY.-On December 17. at his

residence. 10 Emily street. Murrum- beena, Bartholomew, beloved husband of Caroline Rose Manley, and loving father of Joyce and Phyllis.

MILLER.- On December l8, at Kyne-  

ton, Caroline Matilda, late Moyston, beloved wife of Isaac, loving mother of Olive, Lou (Mrs. Phillips), Herbert, Stella (Mrs. Davies), Una (Mrs. Flavell), and Isabella (Mrs. Rear- don), loving nana of Ron, Heather, Iris, Rita, Janie, Philip, David, and

Brian. - At rest.

MITCHELL. - On December 17. at

Kerrisdale, 47 Market street. Ken- sington, Eliza Jane, leveel daughter oí the late Richard and Ann Mit- chell, dearly loved sister of Grace (deceased), William (deceased), Mimie, Doll, and Juel.

MORROW. - On December 17 at

West street. Daylesford, Helen (Nell), dearly loved sister of Annie, and loved aunt of Dulcie (Mrs. Allait) and Newton Rolfe. -At rest.

NEWNHAM. - On December 17 (sud-

denly), at his residence, 9 Denmark street, Kew, Frederick, dearly beloved husband of Ada (deceased), loved father of Ethel (Mrs. White), John, Gladys (Mrs. Anderson), Doris (de- ceased), Edith (Mrs. Kent, Ararat), Frank, Edna Mrs. Turley), and Freda (Mrs. Woolhouse). (Private interment Brighton Cemetery.)

NICHOLL. - On December 17, at his

home, 71 Williams road. Windsor, Edgar Bairne, devoted husband of Dulcie Doris (nee Dungey). (Pri- vately cremated.)

OAKLEY.-On December l8, at private

hospital. Elsie Martin, loved wife of C. Harold Oakley. 73 Robinson's road, Auburn, loving mother of Geof- frey, Stanley, and Robert, dear gran of Murrav. Ian, Robyn, and Wendy. (Private cremation.)

OAKLEY (nee Green) -On December

l8. Elsie Martin, beloved sister of Florence, William, and Stanley.

OAKLEY.-On December l8. Elsie Mar-

tin, loved mother of Stan and Joyce, and beloved gran oí Robyn and Wendy.

O'DONNELL.-On December 13. at All

Hallows College, Dublin. Very Rev. Thomas O'Donne-11, CM. (Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, tomorrow, Tuesday, December 20, at 10.30 a.m.) PARKINSON. - On December 17, at

Brunswick, John Thomas, dearly be- loved .husband oi Jane Louise Parkinson, loving father ot Violet (Mrs. Benbow). Linda (Mrs: Bullas), Ronald, and Edith 'Mrs. Finlayson)

DEATHS

POWELL (nee Chamberlain).-On' De-

cember 17, at 12b Lytton street. El- wood, Constance May, dearly beloved mother of Peg and Bob. -May her sweet soul rest on. (Private crema- tion.) (W.A. papers please copy.)

PREUSS.-On December 17, at her

residence, 12 Marian street, Haw- thorn, Clara May, the dearly beloved wife of Edward Preuss, and loved mother of Beth (Mrs. K. Witten- bach). -In God's care.

PREUSS.-On December 17, at her

residence, 12 Marian street. Haw- thorn, Clara May, the dearly beloved daughter of the late William and Elizabeth McGee, loved sister of

William (deceased). Dan (Geelong), Harold, Gordon, and Doris (Mrs. L. Bowman).-A loved sister gone  

home.

REED. - On December l8, at Tatura

Hospital, Howard Martin (Mick), loving husband of Edna, and loved father of Val and Thea, aged 51

years.

REED, - On December l8, at Tatura,

Howard Martin, beloved son-in-law of Frank E. Williams, and beloved brother-in-law of Dorothy, Florence, and Leonard.

REYNOLDS.-On December 17 (sud-

denly), at 100 Beveridge street, Swan Hill, Albert, dearly beloved husband of Adelaide, and loving father of Shirley, John, and William.

ROSE. - On December 16, at Tatura

Annexe Hospital, James George, be- loved husband of the late Georgina Rose, loving father of James George Sydney, and Florence Maud (de- ceased), loving father-in-law of Mabel Florence, and grandfather of Ron, Len (deceased), Nancy, and Lorna, great-grandfather of Rhonda, aged 92 years. -At rest.

RUSSELL.-On December 17, at 22 Monaro road, Kooyong, Edith, loved mother of Fielding, "Helen (Mrs. Sutton), and Geoffrey, and loved sis- ter of Arthur. Kate (deceased), and George (deceased). (Private funeral.) SCOTT.-On December 10. at 39 Hock-

ing street, West Footscray. William John Scott, the dearly beloved hus- band of Ruth, loved father of Clif- ford, loved father-in-law of Jean, and devoted grandpa of Beth and Ian, aged 77 years. -At rest.

SLACK.-On December 17. at his home,

12 Malvern road, Mont Albert. Wil- liam Leonard, loved husband of Annie. (No flowers, by request.)

8TEWART.-On December 17. at Oak-

leigh. Adelaide, mother of James, mother-in-law of Florence, grandma of James. Katherine, Margaret. -Loving and beloved.

TAYSOM.-On December 17, at Ring 1 wood. Mary, beloved wife of the late

Charles, and loving mother of Win- nie, Maud, Bessie (deceased), and | Doris, late of Kerang. (Private in-

terment.)

THOMAS.-On December 17, at her

daughter's residence, Hoddle, South Gippsland, Frances Rose, loving wife of the late Charles, and loved mother of Esther and Eric, late of Hope-

toun.

UNWIN.-On December 17, at Royal

Melbourne Hospital, Edward Albert Unwin, of 224 Coventry street, South Melbourne, the dearly beloved hus- band of Eileen Unwin, and loved father of Edward, Christopher, and Mervyn.

UNWIN.-On December 17, at Royal

Melbourne Hospital, Edward. of Coventry street, South Melbourne, loved father of Chris, father-in-law of Lorna, and grandfather of Graham and Lance.

UNWIN. - On December 17. at Royal

Melbourne Hospital. Edward, of Cov- entry street. South Melbourne, loving father of Eddie, and father-in-law ol

Ivy.

UNWIN. - On December 17. at Royal

Melbourne Hospital. Edward. of Coventry street. South Melbourne, loving father of Mervyn, father-in law of Ruby, and grandfather of Pamela. Wendy. Carol, and Gail.

VICARS-FOOTE. - On December 16.

Edgar Reginald, of 350 Balaclava road. North Caulfield, loved husband of Mariorle. aged 57 years.

WADDS.-On December l8, at St.

George's Hospital, Kew. Osbert Re- ginald, of 17 Cascade street, North Balwyn, dearly loved husband of Vera, and beloved father of Mar- gery (Betty), and Wilma, aged 59

years.

WATSON.-On December l8, at Prah-

ran, Francis, beloved husband of Mary Philomena, of Beach House, Portsea, loved father of Ray. Marie (Mrs. More), Monica (Mrs. Horskins), and Frank. -In God's care.

WEBB. - On December l8, at West

Gippsland Hospital, Andrew Kenneth, dearly loved younger son of Keith and Marjorie Webb, of Neerim North, and darling brother of John. Freda. Trevor. Nola, and Malcolm. -A bright gem for His crown.

WING ART.-On December 17. at Re-

patriation Hospital, Heidelberg. Nor- man Harold, belcved husband of Doris, and loving father of Glenys, member of 1st A.I.F,

WINGART.-On December 17. Norman

Harold, loving brother of Alma, and biother-in-law of Sam Mackechnie, loved uncle of Eric and Ian.

WINGART.-On December 17. Norman

Harold, loved brother of John (Ivan), and brother-in-law of Hazel.

WINGART.-On December 17. Norman

Harold, loved brother-in-law of Elva (Mrs. Bob Rowe), Edward and Sylvia

Martin.

IN MEMORIAM j

On Active Service

SAMUEL.-Flight-Lieut. John Samuel,

D.F.C., reported missing December 16-17, 1943. -The dearest oí brothers. Ever remembered. (Ellen.)

ABRAHAMS.-Thoughts for today and!

memories for ever of Julie, who passed away December 19, 1945, be- loved husband of Nellie, loving father of Bob. Max, and Jules,

lifelong friend of Mrs. Jones. -Equalled, but not excelled.

ABRAHAMS.-Charles Julias. In fond

memory of my pal. Julie, passed away December 19, 1945. (Cliff.)

CALLANDEK. - In loving memory of

our dear mother, Isabel, who passed away December l8, 1947. (Inserted by daughters, Jean, Valerie; con-m law, Lee.)

CASEY.-In loving memory of my dear

wife, who passed away December 19. 1943. (Inserted by her loving hus- band. Jack.)

CUSACK.-In loving memory of my

dear sister, Ciss, who passed away on December 19, 1041. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving biother. Will.)

DOWNING.-In loving memory of our

dear sister. Elizabeth, who passed away December 19. 1946. (Inserted by her loving sisters. Carrie. Ivy, Vera, Myrtle.)

FOULIS.-In loving memory of my

dear father, who passed away De- cember 19. -Just a loving memory as it dawns another year. (Margie.) FOULIS.-In loving memory of grand-

pa, James English, passed away De- cember 19, 1948. -Loving memories. (Jean Anderson.)

GLASPOLE.-In loving memory of my

dear wife and my dear mother. Mary Ann, who passed away December 19, 1948. -Sweet memories. (Inserted bv her loving husband, and son. William.)

HIBBS.-Cherished memories of Eric

Russel, dearly beloved husband of Sylvia, and father of Bonnie and Kenneth, who passed away December 19. 1945.

KELLY.-In fond memory of David,

who was called home on December 19. 1942. -Always remembered. (Auntie Hazel and Uncle Tom.)

KREBS.-On December 19. 1846. Loris,

beloved wife of Robert.

KREBS.-On December 19, 1946, Loris,

dearly loved sister of Ruth and

Russell.

LEWIS.-Sweet memories oí mother. -Until the dav dawns. (Alice E-.

Brauns.)

IN MEMORIAM

O'NEIL-Major William Barry, loved

son-in-law of Richard (deceased) and Mahala Hutchins, loved brother-in law of William and Ruby Edwards and Blanche Hutchins.

REDMAN.-In loving memory of Pop.

who passed away December l8, 1947. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by Keith.) I SOUTH.-In loving memory of Jess, I who passed away December 19, 1940,

-Fondest memories. (Inserted by sister, Grace, fond aunt of John

and Lachlan.)

VIVIAN. - Arthur William. Loving

memories oí dear dad. (OI and

Gert.) -_

FUNERAL NOTICES

BATTEN. - The Funeral of the late

Mr. ARTHUR HENRY BATTEN Will leave our chapel. 1217 High street. Malvern. THIS DAY (Monday), after a service commencing at 3 p.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium.

DRAYTON & GARSON. U1228.

BATTEN. - Carnegie Lodge, No. 287.

A.. F.. and A. Masons of Victoria. Officers and brethren of the above lodge and the Craft in general are informed that the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother ARTHUR HENRY BATTEN will leave Dray- ton and Garson's chapel. 1217 High street. Malvern. THIS DAY (Mon- day), after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Springvale Crema-

torium.

L. R. LEAKE. W.M.

W. H. WOODLANDS, Sec.

BESSELL. - The Funeral of the late

Mrs. SUSAN MARY BESSELL will leave her residence, 194 Woodland road, North Essendon, THIS DAY, at the conclusion of a service com- mencing at 3 p.m., for the Box Hill

Cemetery.

A. W. PADBURY & CO. PTY.

LTD. WA8131.

'BRAND. - The Funeral of the late

Mrs. CLAUDINA BRAND will leave I Illawarra road, Hawthorn. THIS DAY (Monday), at 11 a.m., for the Springvale Cemetery.

NELSON BROS., Footscray.

MW1301.

BROWN. - The Funeral of the lota

DOROTHY BROWN will leave 38 Ross street. Coburg, THIS DAY. at II a.m.. for the Fawkner Crema-

torium.

R. B. PENN. Coburg. FL1475. j

BRUMBY.-The Funeral of the late

IAN DONALD BRUMBY will leave Le Pine's Funeral Chapel, 6 Rutland road, Box Hill. THIS DAY (Monday), after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.

LE PINE & SON. JA1104.

BULT. - The Funeral of the late Mrs.

CHARLOTTE MARGARET (Lottie) BULT, of 32 Bunbury street. Foot- scray, will leave our Funeral Par- lours, 291 Baxkly street. Footscray, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., for the

Fawkner Crematorium.

WALTER A. WARNE. MW1209.

CARROLL.-Requiem Mass for the re-

pose of the soul of the late Mr. CHARLES CARROLL will be cele- brated at Our Lady of Victories Church. Burke road, Camberwell, THIS DAY, at 8 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at 3.30 p.m. for the Box Hill Ceme-

tery.

TOBIN BROS. FJ1294.

CLOSE.-Solemn Requiem Mass for the

repose of the soul of the Very Reverend Father WILLIAM NESON CLOSE will be celebrated at St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Hamilton. TOMORROW (Tuesday) at 10.30 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Hamilton Cemetery.

FRANK GREED & SONS, Funeral Directors, Hamilton. Phone 24.

COCKERILL.-Requiem Mass for the

repose of the soul of the la'.t Mrs. MARY COCKERILL will be cele- brated at St. Joseph's Church. Otter street, Collingwood. THIS DAY at

6.50 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at 11 a.m. for the Melbourne Ceme- tery, Carlton..

ALFRED ALLISON. Clifton Hill.

COFFEY.-Requiem Mass for the re-

pose of the soul of the late Mrs. BRIDGET COFFEY will be cele- brated at the Sacred Heart Church. Cotham road, Kew. THIS DAY at

9 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m. for the Boroondara Ceme-

tery, Kew.

ALFRED ALLISON, Clifton Hill.

COMBEN.-The Funeral of thfc late Mr.

RAYMOND COMBEN will leave lils residence. 65 Victoria street, Wil- liamstown. TOMORROW (Tuesday), after a service, commencing at 3.55, by the Rev. F. F. Byatt, for the Williamstown Cemetery.

NELSON BROS.. Williamstown 34.

COOPER. - The Funeral of the late Mr.

WILLIAM MUNRO COOPER, of 23 Aintree road, Glen Iris, will leave our parlours, cnr. Carlisle and Balston streets, East St. Kilda, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at the conclusion of a ser- vice commencing at 10.15 a.m., for the St. Kilda Cemetery.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD. Windsor 4074 and FW4126.

COOPER. - Toorak Lodge, No. 301. A.,

F. and A. Masons. - Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and the Craft in general are informed that the Funeral of their esteemed Wor. Bro. WILLIAM MUNRO COOPER will leave Joseph Allison's funeral parlours, cnr. Carlisle and Balston sts., East St. Kilda, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for the St. Kilda Cemetery.

J. E. MCDONALD, W.M. A. G. WATMUFF. Sec.

COOPER. - Lord Kelvin Mark Lodge,

No. 71. - Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are respectfully informed that the Funeral of their late es- teemed Bro. WILLIAM MUNRO COOPER will leave Joseph Allison's Funeral Parlours, cnr. Carlisle and Balston streets, East St. Kilda. TO- MORROW (Tuesday), at the con- clusion of a service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for the St. Kilda Ceme-

tery.

CECIL T. CROUCH, W.M.

ALEX. REINECKE. P.S.G.D., Sec.

CRAVEN.-The Funeral of the late

ELI2ÍABETH MARY CRAVEN will leave 36 King street. Essendon, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the Keilor Cemetery.

JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. FU7022. DE BLAQUIERE. - Requiem Mass for

the repose of the soul of the late Mr. WILLIAM EDWARD DE BLA- QUIERE will be celebrated at St. Fidelis' Church. Clarendon street. Moi eland, THIS DAY. at 7 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at 3.30 p.m., for the Melbourne Geneial Cemetery. Carlton.

MULQUEEN & SONS PTY. LTD.

FW1740.

DEVLIN.-The Funeral of the late Mr.

RICHARD DEVLIN (late R.A.A.F.) will leave his home, 207 Kilgour street. Geelong. TOMORROW (Tues- day, December 20), on conclusion of a short service, commencing at 1.45

p.m., for the Eastern Cemetery. Gee-

long.

ALEX. MONRO. Funeral Director, 24 Ryrie street. Geelong, Phone 5386.   DOBSON. - The Funeral of the late

JULIANE ESME DOBSON will leave the Church of England, Skipton, TO- MORROW (Tuesday), after a ser-

vice at 1 p.m., and will arrive at   the Streatham Cemetery at 2.15 p.m.

F. W. BARNES & SON, Ballarat.

Phone 79.

DUTHIE. - The Funeral of the late

Baby PETER DUTHIE will leave 40 Locksley roadk Ivanhoe. THIS DAY (Monday), after a service commenc- ing at 3 p.m.. for the Coburg Ceme-

tery.

H. J. R. LEWIS. JA1066.

EVANS. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ISAAC EVANS, of Deansgate. No. 9 Southey street. St. Kilda, will leave J. Monkhouse and Son's par- lour. 122 Carpenter street, Brighton. THIS DAY (Monday), at the con- clusion oí a service commencing at 1.45 p.m.. for the Brighton Ceme-

tery.

J. MONKHOUSE & SON,. Brighton.

Tel. XA11C2.

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FUNERAL NOTICES

FARR,-The Funeral Of the late

GEORGE THOMAS FARR will leave Sleight's Funeral Home. St. Kilda, road, Melbourne, after a service com-1 mencing at 1.45 p.m.. THIS DAYi (Monday, December 19). for the Springvale Crematorium.

A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).

FARR.-Lodge of Euclid, No. 447. A..

F., and A. Masons of Victoria. Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and the Craft In general are Informed that, the Funeral of our esteemed Bro. GEORGE THOMAS FARR will leave Sleight's Funeral Home. St. Kilda road, Melbourne. THIS DAY (Monday. December 19). after a service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium.

CLIVE LYNE. W.M.

RON GATES. Secty.

GILMORE.-The Funeral of the late

JAMES EDMUND GILMORE Will leave his residence, Tooborac. THIS DAY (Monday), at 2 p.m.. for Heath- cote Cemetery.

J. & W. PERRY BROS.. Under-

takers.

HAAS. - The Funeral of the late

Mrs. ALICE HAAS, of No. 441 Beach road. Parkdale, will leave J. Monk- house and Son's parlour, 122 Carpen- ter street. Brighton. THIS DAY (Monday), at 3.30 p.m.. for the New Cheltenham Cemetery, Holloway road.

J. MONKHOUSE & SON. Brigh- ton. Tel. XA1162.

HILLMAN.-The Funeral of the late

Mrs ELIZABETH HILLMAN Will leave 46 Park grove, Burnley. THIS DAY (Monday), after a service com- mencing at 10.45 a.m.. for the Kew

Cemetery.

HERBERT KING & SONS. JA3462. HOCHKINS. - The Funeral of the late

late Mrs. ETHEL FLORENCE HOCHKINS will leave May street, Balwyn. THIS DAY (December 19). at 3.30 p.m.. for the Box Hill Ceme-

tery.

B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD.. 102 Toorak road. South Yarra. Win. 66. JOHNSTON.-The Funeral of the late

ANNIE LOUISE JOHNSTON will leave the Methodist Church, Heales- ville, after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Healesville Ceme- tery, TOMORROW (Tuesday).

FRANK HERITAGE. Healesville.

MACQUEEN.-The Funeral of the late

I Reverend_ LINDSAY ARCHIBALD

MACQUEEN will leave Le Pine's Funeral Chapel, 357 Burwood road, , Hawthorn (opp. Town Hall), THIS

DAY (Monday), after a service com- mencing at 10 a.m., for the Spring-

vale Crematorium.

LE PINE & SON. JAI 104.

MANLEY'.-Tlie Funeral of the late Mr. BARTHOLOMEW MANLEY will leave St. Peter's Church. Murrum- beena, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at. 1.30 p.m.. for the Springvale Cemetery.

JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. LF1816. MILLER.- The Funeral of the late Mrs.

CAROLINE MATILDA MILLER will leave her late residence. 22 Lauris- ton street, Kyneton, at 4 p.m, THIS DAY (Monday), for Kyneton Ceme-

tery.

T. J. SCOTT & SONS, Kyneton

53.

MITCHELL.-The Funeral of the late Miss ELIZA JANE MITCHELL, Of Kerrisdale. 47 Market street, Ken- sington, will leave our parlour, 678 Mt. Alexander road. Moonee Ponds, TOMORROW (Tuesday), after a ser- vice commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD.

FU5451.

NICHOLL* - The private Funeral of

the late Mr. EDGAR BALME NICH- OLL will leavo the Bathurst mem- orial chapel, comer Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads. Elsternwick. THIS DAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Springvale

Crematorium.

T. BATHURST & CO.. late A.I.F.

Phons LF6337.

OAKLEY. - The Private Funeral of

the late Mrs. ELSIE MARTIN OAKLEY will leave Le Pine's Funeral Parlour, 357 Burwood road, Hawthorn (opp. Town Hall), THIS DAY (Mon- day), after a service commencing at 1.16 p.m., for the Springvale Crema . torium. (Private cremation.)

LE PINE & SON. JA1104.

PARKINSON. - The Funeral of the

late JOHN THOMAS PARKINSON will leave our Parlours, 380 Lygon street. Carlton, THIS DAY (Monday, December 19). at the conclusión of a service commencing at 1.30 p.m.. for the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawk-

ner.

JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH. Funeral Director. FJ1292.

POWELL.-A Memorial Service for the

late Mrs. CONSTANCE POWELL will take place at Sleight's Funeral Home, St. Kilda road, Melbourne. THIS DAY (Monday. December 19), after which a private cremation will take place at Springvale Crematorium.

A. A. SLEIGHT' PTY. LTD. MX4G26 (3 lines).

PREUSS.-The Funeral of the late

Mrs, CLARA MAY PREUSS Will leave her residence. 12 Marian street. Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Monday. De- cember 19). at the conclusion of a service commencing at 3.15 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery

I JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD.. 21 I Camberwell road. Camberwell. Phone

WF7237.

ROSE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. JAMES GEORGE ROSE will leave the private parlours of Mul queen and Sons. 170 Sydney road. Brunswick, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. for the Coburg Cemetery.

MESSRS. C. J. MITCHELL PTY. LTD.. undertakers. Tatura; in con- junction with MULQUEEN & SONS tnY. LTD. FW1746.

31ACK. - The Private Funeral of the

late WILLfAM LEONARD SLACK will leave the Congregational Church, Camberwell. THIS DAY (Mondav), after a service commencing at 3 p.m.. for the Springvale Crematorium. (No flowers, by request.)

LE PINE Se SON. JA11Ö4.

THOMAS.-The Funeral of the late

FRANCES ROSE THOMAS will leave the Hopetoun Methodist Church TO- MORROW (Tuesday), at 11 a.m.. for the Hopetoun Cemetery.

H. L PHILLIPS, Fester, in con- junction with Mr. PERRY. Hopetoun. UNWIN.-The Funeral of the late Mr.

EDWARD ALBERT UNWIN will leave the R. McKenzie Memorial Chapel, 199 Clarendon street, South Mel- bourne, TOMORROW (TUesdnv ). at 10 a.m.. for the Melbourne Crema- torium, rawkner.

R. MCKENZIE. MX3107.

VICARS-FOOTF. - The Funeinl of

the late Mr EDGAR REGINALD VICARS-FOOTE, of 360 Balaclava road, Caulfield, will leave McKenzie Chapel. Koornang road, Carnegie, THIS DAY (Monday), at 3.30 p.m , for the Springvale Ciematorium.

NELSON BROS., Footscray

MW1301,

WATSON. - Tlie Funeial of the late

FRANCIS HUGH WATSON will leave Le Pine's Funeral Chapel, 357 Bur- wood road. Hawthorn, TOMORROW (Tuesday), after a service commenc- ing at 3 p.m., for the Springvale

Ciematorium.

LE PINE & SON. JAI 104.

WINGART.-The Funeral of the late

Mr. NORMAN HAROLD WINGART. late 1st A.I.F.. will leave the Her- bert King memorial chapel, 174 Len- nox stieet, Richmond, after a ser- vice at 3.15 p.m. THIS DAY (Mon- day), for the Springvale Crematorium.

HERBERT KING & SONS. Rich- mond. JA34B2.

WINGART.-Members of the Victoria

Bowling Club are notified that the Funeral of their late esteemed mem- ber, NORMAN HAROLD WINGART. will leave the Herbert King memorial chapel, 174 Lennox street, Richmond, after a service commencing at 3.15 p.m. THIS DAY (Monday), for the Springvale Crematorium. Members are requested to assemble at club- house at 2.45 p.m.

ALEX. MAIN. Près.

T. J. DALY. Hon. Bec.

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