ADAMSON (Moon) -On May 3. at
Mena House to Joan and Don-a son (Willis John)
ANDERSON - On April 28. at St.
Andrew's to Doris and Fred-a son (Peter James)
BIBBY (Winneke)-On May 4, at
Padua private Hospital, to Elaine and Bob-a son (Robert Frederick).
(Both well )
BOAG (nee Atkin) - At Stradbroke
priate hospital Leongatha to Jack and Helen-a daughter (Elaine Mary) (Both well)
BRADDY (Nash) -On May 1, at Co-
huna, to Beryl and Doug-a son (Roy
CAIRNS (Sandiford) -On April 10. to
Joan and Bill 36 York street. St. Kilda-a daughter (lived few hours).
CARR-On April 23 at Inglewood
Hospital to Jean and Eric-a daugh-
CHEEVERS (Robert). -On April 30.
at windermeie to Marie and Tom -
COX (nee Elliott). -On May 2, at Mercy
Hospital to Ellen and Alf-a daugh- ter (Rosemary Margaret) (Both
DAVIDSON (Yates) -On May 4 at
Margaret Coles, to Marge and Keith -a daughter (Lorraine Ruth). (A
sister for Jeffrey )
DAY (nee Walker)-On May 4, at
St. Andrew's East Melbourne to Len and Hilma-a son (Robert John).
DOBSON (Chamberlin) -On April 29,
at Mercy Hospital, to Alan and Marie-a son (David Anthony).
EVANS (nee Brydon) -On April 26. at
Korumburra BNH, to Isobell and Albert-a daughter (Carolyn Robyn).
(Both well )
FALLON (McDonald).-At W.GH.,
Waringal to Ailie and Bill-a son (John Desmond) (Both well )
FARRAN.-On April 30. to the wife
of Douglas C Farran. Mortlake- a
GIBBINS (Laing)-On May 3, at Ep-
worth to Betty and John-a son (Peter John) (Both well.)
GROWSE (Bell)-On April 15. to Mr.
and Mrs Alan Growse of Katunga a daughter (Bronwyn Rose).
HOCKING. -On April 29, at Bush Nurs-
ing Hospital Healesville, to Edith and Peter- a daughter
JAMES (Cambridge) - On April 20. at
Jessie McPherson Hospital, to Jean and Jack-a son (Kenneth Ronald).
LAMB (Simpson) -On May 2. at St.
George's Kew to Flora and John, of Heathmont-a daughter (Lynette Joy) (Both well )
LIMON -On May 4. at Geelong, to
Gwen wife of H F. Limon-a son (Michael Robert). Now at Koonara.
LOGAN -On April 29, at St. George's,
to Ben and Lois-a son (Gregory). (Both well )
McCORMACK. - On May 2, at Wan-
garatta Hospital to Marge and Ted McCormack-a daughter (Claire).
McLEOD (King) -On April 23, at
Colac to Alan and Joy-a daughter (Gillian Joy).
MELDRUM.-On April 29, at Kerang
Hospital, to Rob and Isobel-a son (Robert) (Both well )
NOBLE-On April 17, to Jean and
Derek now of 60 Dunlop street, Ep- ping. Sydney-a son (Peter Mathie- son) (brother for Bruce).
O'BRIEN.-on May 1, at South Gipps-
land Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. R O'Brien Fish Creek-a son (Desmond
PATRICK (Ashley) -On April 28 at
Kia Ora private hospital. Preston, to Rita and Bob-a son (Neil Robert).
PENTLAND (nee Cumming).-On April
29 at W.G H . to Dot and Lin. (Peter)-a daughter (Joy Lorraine). (Both well )
PERRY (nee Peachey).-On May 1. at
St Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Ionie and Wes - a son (Michael Stephen).
REID.-On May 1, at St. George's
Hospital, to Myrtle and Alex-a son (Christopher Alexander). (Both
SIMPSON-On May 4. at Mena House,
to Del and Jack-a daughter (Michele Frances) (Both well.)
SPENCER (nee Elvins).—On April 26,
at Pineville, Geelong, to June and David—a daughter (Elizabeth Anne). SWAIN.—On April 29, at St. Andrew's,
East Melbourne, to Betty and Reg— twins (son and daughter). (All well.) TURNER (Cook).—On May 1, at
Bethesda to Edna and Jack—a son (Robert John). (Both well.)
WAINWRIGHT _ To Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wainwright, of Barwon Hills, Winchelsea-a son. Now at "Koonara",
WATTS.-On May 3. at Windarra, to
Shirley and Tom-a son (Alan Ray- mond) (Brother for Lynette.)
WILLIAMSON (nee Jolly).-On April
28, at WGH, Warragul, to Maisie and Allan-twin daughters (Elisabeth Jean and Janice Rae). (All doing well. Premature.)
CANT - D'ELTON.-On April 29, at Scots Church Melbourne, the wed- ding took place of Mrs. L. D'Elton, of Melbourne to Mr G H Cant of Shepparton.
CAMPBELL - WHIPP. - Mr. and Mrs.
V.J Campbell, of 79 Maltravers rd.. Ivanhoe, have much pleasure in an nouncing the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at South Melbourne by Rev. Travers, May 2, 1925.
GOLDEN WEDDING THANKS
FAREY - TUTT. - Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. FAREY, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W TUTT desire to THANK all friends for their telegrams, cards, and letters
of congratulation on the anniversary of their golden wedding.
RICHARDSON.-Mr. and Mrs. HARRY RICHARDSON announce with pleasure the 60th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated on May 7. 1890. and will be at home to friends on Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7. 29 Wood head street. North .Fitzroy.
APPLEBY.-On April 28, Emellne J.,
loved wife of Silas Appleby, of 109 Flinders street. Thornbury, sister of Edith E. Smith, of 93 Kambrook road. Caulfield. -A patient sufferer at rest.
BEASLEY. - On May 3, Brian Robert,
loved son of Clifford and Susan Beasley, loved brother of Pamela and Helen, aged 4 years. -Sorely missed by all. (Privately cremated.)
BEGG.-On May 4. at Warracknabeal.
Alexander Stanley, loving husband of Mary Ellen, and loving father of Alex., and loved father-in-luw of Edna, and loving Pop of Graeme. -So mote It be.
BIRMINGHAM. - On May 5. at her
home. 10 Station street. Highett, Annie Emily, loved wife of the late Francis Henry, and loving mother of Frank Clare (Mrs. Hang). Paul (deceased), Doris (Mrs. Snape), and Connie, aged 84 years. -R.I.P.
BRICKNELL.-On May 4. at 26 Barkly
street. North Fitzroy, Albert Thomas, loved husband of Minnie (deceased), beloved father of Clifford, and father in-law of Edith, nnd loving grand- father of Alan and Colin. (Privately cremated.)
BRICKNELL.-On May 4. at 26 Barkly
street. North Fitzroy, Albert Thomas, loved brother-in-law and lifelong friend of C. and E. Bond. Beresford street. Mont Albert. -Peace after pain.
BUNTING.-On April 30. at Williams-
town, Mary Josephine, dearly beloved daughter of the late David and Brid- get Bunting, loving sister of Ruth, Florence,Alexander (deceased), Percy (deceased), Lily (deceased),-R.I.P (Privately interred May 2.)
CALLANDER.-On May 2. at her resi-
dence. 59 Daisv street. Essendon. Bess, the dearly loved sister of Nell.
CATTANACH.- On April 29, at Wil-
laura Bush Nursing Hospital, Adam Smith, younger son of the late Harry James Goodrich Cattanach, and of the late Sarah Cattanach, Tallageira, Frances, South Australia.
CATTANACH.- On April 29, at hos-
pital, Willaura, Adam Smith, second son of late H. J. G. Cattanach, of Melbourne, loved brother of Anne.
CLINCH. - Martha Jeanette, late 99
Mathoura road. Toorak, loved auntie of Blanche (Mrs. Thompson), Georgie (deceased), Edward, and Allan, and great-aunt of Geoffrey. Russell, and Morris Thompson.
COOK (nee Unthank).-On May 5. at
Alfred Hospital, Florence, dearly be- loved wife of Perc (of Station street, Somerville), loving sister of Eileen (Mrs. Webb). Norm. Nellie (Mrs, Simcock), Joe. and Zulie (Mrs. Clarke), aged 53 years. -Peacefully sleeping.
COOK (nee Unthank).-On May 5,
Florence Margaret, loved wife of Percy, of Somerville, and loving mother .of Tas, Graham, Beryl, Bar- bara, Pamela, and nanna of Susan. -Wonderful mother and devoted wife. Sadly missed.
COOK. - On May 5. Florence, dearly
beloved sister of Norm and May, beloved aunt of Maisie. Shirley, Valma. and Brenda.
CREEK.-On April 25, at Hamilton,
Leslie Joseph, beloved youngest son of the late Joseph and Ellen Creek, and brother of James, Louie (Mrs. Turner). David. Herbert. Arthur. Ada (Mrs. Dean).
DAY.-On May 4. Josephine Elizabeth,
of 60 Martin street. Gardenvale, dearly loved wife of the late Alfred Ernest Day, and loved mother of Florence (deceased). Josephine (de- ceased). Harold, Dorothy (Mrs. D. McDonald). Alfred, Veronica (de- ceased). Henry, William. Elizabeth (deceased). Francis, Mary (Mrs. J. Milligan), and Alice (Mrs K. Mc Leod), aged 81 years. -Requiescat in
DONNELLY.-In sad and loving
memory of Mrs. Jessie Donnelly, who died April 29 last. She was a mem- ber of committee from 1931. where her willing help and sound advice will be much missed. (Inserted by the' members of the Melbourne Ladies' Benevolent Society.)
DWYER.-On May 4. at her daugh-
ter's residence, 53 Bishop street Yarraville, Lilian Margaret, darling nana, of Pat, Leonie, Bernice, and Alene, aged 60 years. -Requiescat in
EGAN.-On May 3, Annie, loved wife
of the late Patrick Francis Egan, formerly of Kilmore. -Requiescat in pace. (Privately intcned Fawkner Cemetery May 5.)
FARNELL.-On May 4. at Melbourne,
Emily, beloved wife of the late Ernest Alfred Farnell, loved mother of Ernest, Ronald, Thelma (Mrs. w. Sharland). Dellls (Mrs. E. Halll wcll), Nolyne (Mrs. Gray).
FARNELL.-On May 4. at Prince
Henry's Hospital. Emily Jane, of 8 Burrlndi road, Caulfield, dearly be- loved mother of Nolyne. loved mother-in-law of Alan, and loving grandmother of Dianne and David. -There could never be one so missed. FARNELL.-On May 4. Emily Jane, of
8 Burrlndi road, Caulfield, loving mother of Thelma (Mrs. Sharland), mother-in-law of Bill, and grandma of Thomas.
FARNELL. - On May 4. Emily Jane,
dearly beloved mother of Dellls, mother-in-law of Easton, and grand- ma of Juan. Patsy, and John Halli well. -Sadly mourned.
FITZGERALD.-On May 5 (suddenly),
at his residence. Upwey. Edward Charles, dearly loved husband of Marjorie Fitzgerald, and loving father of John. -Requiescat in pace.
GERAGHTY. - On May 5. at her
residence. 93 High street. Seymour. Ethelinda:, beloved wife of the late Patrick M. Geraghty, late of Glena- roua, and loved mother of Nick (de- ceased). Dolly (Mrs. A. Gilbert). Nellie (Mrs C. Price), Jim (Perth) Olive, Mart (deceased). Peter, and Dot (deceased). -Beautifully sleep- ing with her loved ones.
GERAGHTY.-On May 5, at Seymour,
Ethelinda, dearly loved mother of Peter and Freda, and nanna of Freda. -Resting.
GERAGHTY-~0n May 5- at Seymour.
Ethelinda, loved mother of Nell and Charley. -Peacefully sleeping.
GERAGHTY.-On May 5. at Seymour,
Passed peacefully away. ,Ethelinda, dearly loved mother of Olive. -Sweet
GERAGHTY. - On May 5. at her resi-
dence. Seymour, Ethelinda, dearly loved mother of Poll and Albert, de- voted grandma of Arthur. Gwen, Norm, and Beryl, and granny of Beverley. -A wonderful mother and
HASELL. - On May 3. at the Alfred
Hospital. Luclbelle Jessie Hasell. of 15 Myrtle grove. Blackburn, loved mother of Shirley Vois, Dorter Adams, and Eleanor Rosse Woods. Formerly of North Sydney. (Pri- vately cremated.)
JAMES. - Daisy Winnifred, loving
mother of Ruby, mother-in-law of V»rtei. «Griing nana of Margot and Martin. -Sleep on, beloved.
JEFFS.-On May 4, at the Royal Mel-
bourne Hospital, Arthur (Kelly), be- loved husband of the late Alice Jeffs (of 17 Murray street, West Brunswick), and loving father of
Arthur, Maurice, Olive, Leslie (de- ceased), Pearl, Norman, and Vida, aged 83 years.
JOYCE.-On May 5. at Ballarat. Rev.
Father Matthew. C.S.S.R.. of Re demptorist Monastery. Wendouree.
LAFFEY.-On May 5. at 187 Glen Iris
road. Glen Iris. Aloysia Gonzaga, be- loved daughter of the late Thomas and Ann LafTey, and loved sister of Alice (deceased) Tom. Mollie (Mrs. T. O'Donnell). and Con (deceased), .fed 73 yean.
Requiescat in pace.
LECKIE. - On May 4. at her home,
37 Ormond Esplanade, Elwood. Lillian Ellice, beloved wife of James O.. and beloved mother of Thomas James, and Herbert.
LECKIE.-On May 4. Lilliah. dearly
loved sister of Jess and George Pit kcthly. 251 Beaconsfield parade. Middle Park, loved aunt of Marjorie and Ken. great-aunt of Lllllah Diane, Ken, and^ Garth.
LECKIE.-On May 4. at her home.
Lilliah. dearly loved friend of Shlrl.
MACKENZIE.-On May 1. in London.
Daniel Campbell, dearly loved father of Mona (Mrs. Harold Ham. Sydney), and Sheila (Mrs. Maxwell Mears, Forbes, N.3.W.). and brother of Will, Isobel, Elizabeth, and Catherine (Mrs. W. J. Toyne), each of Melbourne.
McGILL. - On May 4 (suddenly),
George Fawkner, loved husband of Ethel, and loving father of George and Delta, and step-father of Hec- tor, Dorothy, and Harry Smith.
MOOR.-On May 1, at Geelong. Eva.
loved daughter of Mr. Tom and the late Mrs. Pldd. fond sister of Chris- topher and Arthur.
MULLEN.-On May 5. Isabelle Hannah,
of 15 Lyndhurst crescent. Auburn, beloved wife of tho late Arthur Charles, loved mother of Eric, and loved grandmother of Harry and Leslie, aged 84 years.
NOONAN.-On May 5, at the residence
of her son-in-law (Mr. Kov Hut st) 27 Houston street. Stawell, Catherine relict of the late Patrick Noonan (lute 143 Queen street, Altona), loved mother of Alfred (deceased), Eva Mary (Mrs. W. Laird, Brighton), Gmüys (Mrs. Roy Hurst, Stawell), Maigaret May (Mrs. P. Burt, Al- tona), and William (Altona), aged
NORTHEY.-On April 20, George
Henry, beloved husband of the late Lena Helmer. and loved father of Stanley, Raymond, and Helmer. Koo- rilla Park. Koorilla. (Cremated at
Fawkner. April 21.)
O'REILLY. — On May 3, at his home,
Ruby, South Gippsland, John O'Reilly, dearly loved father of Josephine (Mrs. Roughead, Leon- gatha), grandfather of Gena, Jack, Mary (Mrs. Johns), Jim, Anne (Mrs. Slater), and Peter, great-grandfather of Peter, Bernadette, and Helen Johns, Judith Roughead, and Peter Slater, aged 85 years, —R.I.P.
PALMER.-On May 5. at Warragul,
Arthur Ernest (Ern.), beloved hus- band of Elizabeth Ann, loved father of Jack, devoted brother of James (Dandenong). Percy (Griffith, N.S.W.), Violet (deceased). and Claude (U.S.A.). late of Neerim Noith and 37 Kent street. Warragul. - Peace, perfect peace.
ROHRT.-On May 5 at his home, The
Rising Sun Hotel, Lygon street, North Carlton, Trygve Borch, dearly beloved husband of Mary, beloved father of Ivan and Bettv, loved father-in-law of Joan, aged 53 years.
SAUNDERS. - On April 29, at Alfred
Hospital, Charles, loved husband of Winnie. -Lead Kindly Light.
SELBY.-On May 2. Joseph, of Hamp-
stead, 148 Alma road, East St. Kilda, beloved son of the late Michael and Rose, beloved brother of George (de- ceased). Harry. Nettle (Mrs. James Lotery), Fanny (Mrs. Harry sniders). Kate (Mrs. Albert Selby, deceased). Vic (Mrs. Samuel Gluckstein). -May his dear soul rest in peace. ,
SMITH (Laird). - On May A, Annie
Emerson (Nancy), dearly loved eldest daughter oi Charlotte and the late Harry Laird 0f Bairnsdale, loved ?£tel' °¿ rKelth deceased) Jeaii ííírs' McLaren, Yallourn), Beryl M« Sherwin. Bairnsdale). Heather (Mrs. K. Lugton, East Malvern).
SUTTON.-On May 1. at 10 Wilkinson
road. Parkside S.A., Henry John, beloved husband of Helen Lucy and loved father of Ailsa (deceased). Lil leth (decea/ed). Blair (deceased), and Graham formerly of . Finch street,
SUTTON.-In memory of Henry John
Íuhto> b,cTloved, Pa Pa of Judith Ann Suíí?,n- "(Inherted by Marjorie and
Judith, 3TR. Sale.)
SWAN.-On May 5, Edith Jane, of 22
Selbourne street, Moreland, beloved youngest daughter of the late George a«d Elizabeth Swun. of Moreland, înL &/^r ,o£ Margaret (deceased) £Pn?T(Mmeland)', Jolm (Hampton
?Sfdon(f.aSCOeVale)' am William T'ABULO.-On May 5 (result of accid
orno* «r1«- Äea,rlyuloved husband of Grace, of 57 Malmsbury street Kew
THOMPSON. - On May 5, at 42 Orrong
road Elsternwick. William Percival
d^rlii"?£loved fh"sband of Edith, liv-
ing father of Dorothy (Mrs T Síí,erry^,Jaclc (deceased. 2nd A.I.F )
May (Mrs. 9. Dart). Joseph, and Jean (Mrs. J. T. Heatheishaw). Spnfd a£ay. Peacefully in his 81st
ÎÎ =-nrfrTo1beJ5° dearly loved is to
be sadly missed
THOMPSON.-On May 5. William Per.
cival. loving father of Joe. father in-law of Merlyn, loved grandfather or Allson and Carol. -Will always
THOMPSON.-On May 5. William Per-
cival, loving father of Dorothy, father-in-law or Tom. loved grand fa tlier of Carmel, Margot, and Anne. -Fond memories.
THOMPSON.-On May 5. William Per-
cival, loved father of May. father in-law of Stuart, and Iovihg grand-
father of Bill.
THOMPSON.-On May 5. William Per-
cival, loved father of Jean, father in-law of Jack, and loving grand-
father of Pam.
TURNOUR.-On May 3. Grace Heron
(Gay), only daughter of late Dr. J. W. and Mrs. Florence (Mooroopna), and loving sister of Jim, Geoff (de- ceased), and Jack (deceased).
VINCE.-On May 5. at his residence,
29 Johnstone street. Malvern. Harry, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth (Bessie), loving father of Winifred (Mrs. Jenkins). Harry. William. Lor- raine (Mrs. O'Brien). Alfred, and Nancy (Mrs. Naylor), loving grand- father of Ian. Thirla. Lorraine, Dar- rell, Diana. Giinda. Danny, and Pamela, aged 65 years.
WHITE.-On May 4. at her late resi-
dence. Briagolong. Marion Ellen Douglas, dearly beloved wife of John, and loving mother of George, Marion (Mrs. W. Morrison), James (de- ceased). Douglas. Alec, and Elizabeth, and loving grandmother of Roderick and Marlon, aged 71 years. -At rest.
. IN MEMORIAM
On Active Service
HENDERSON.-In loving memory of
Val, killed in air operations over England, R.A.A.F., only son of Mr. and Mrs. Val Henderson, brother of Ruby and Ivy.
HENDERSON.-In fond memory of our
late general manager, Berg. Oba. Val. 8. Henderson, R.A.A.F.. killed on active service. England. May 7, 1942. -Always remembered. (Inser- ted by employees of Robison Bros, and Co. Pty. Ltd.)
BEER.-In loving memory of my dear
wife, and our loving mother, who passed away at Abbotsford . on May
'Not a day do we forget you.
In our hearts you are always
near. " ,
We who loved you sadly miss you
As it dawn« another year.
-(Inserted by her husband, Clar- rie, and family. Jean, Mavis, and
BENNETS.-In loving memory of their
mother. Jul#. (Inserted by Ray «nd
BUTCHER.—Arthur, Charles, and
Annie Marriot remembering with love these anniversaries, May 7 and May 15. (Margery and Roy.)
CLAPPERTON.-Treasured memories of I our dear only son, and brother, , George Thomas Donald Clapperton,
i who passed away May 7, 1948; also our much-loved son-in-law, who died
July 7, 1949.
The sorrow we feel no words can
The ache in our hearts will always
; We loved you in life, we love you
You were ours to remember while
Loved, remembered, longed for al-
Down the lane of memories The lights are never dim;
Until the stars forget to shine. We will remember him.
-(Inserted by his loving mother r and father, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Clapperton, and Margret Mary j Mccauley, his only loving slater.)
CLAPPERTON. - In loving memory
of dearest George, who passed away on May 7. 1948.
[ HA is just a step afar.
, And God has left the gate ajar ; For us all to enter In.
-(Inserted by Oladys Cavalier and family.) i
COOPER.-In loving memory of our
dearest mother, who passed away May 7, 1945. (Inserted by Shirley, . Arnold, and David.)
COUTIE.-A tribute of love and affec- tion, dear "Fath." (Toots and Bob
Wines, Wonga Park.)
COUTIE.-Treasured memories, dear
father. (Margaret and Ralph, Grecn haigh. Kerang.)
COUTIE.-In memory of a much-loved and respected stepfather. (Alex and
Nellie Cumming and family, Pya-
COUTIE.-A token of love and remem-
brance to dear "Path," (Jessie and Harry Bradley, Box Hill.)
DENNIS. - Very dear memories of
Rachel, May 6, 1949 (Braunsto'n.)
ENGLISH. - In memory of our dear
sister. Grace, who passed away on May G. 1946. (Inserted by sisters.)
FORBES.-In loving memory of my
dear husband and father. Alf, who passed away May 6, 1949. -To be with us in the same old way would be our dearest wish today. (In- serted by his wife and daughter.)
GIRAUD.-Cherished memories of my
dear husband, Bert, suddenly called to his eternal rest May 6, 1949, loved father of Bert and Dorothy. -For ever with the Lord. (Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Lettie.)
GIRAUD.-Herbert Reginald. Morning
thoughts, evening memories, and . everlasting love for our dear "Par-
di'-'," who entered into the joy of the Lord so suddenly on May 6. 1949. (Inserted by Dorothy, Ron, Judy, 1 and David Nott.)
GIRAUD.-In loving memory of Her i bert' Reginald, loved father and
grandfather of Bert. Gwen, and Ed- mund, died May 6. 1949.
HAYES.-In loving memory of my dear
husband and our father, Walter, who passed away on May 7, 1949.
-(Inserted by his loving wife and
HOCKING.-In loving memory of our
dear dad and grandpa, who pussed ' away on May 7, 1949.
Not just today,' but every day. In silence we remember. .
-(Inserted by daughter and son in-law, Glennis and Victor, and 1 grandsons. Thomas and Peter.)
IRISH. --In memory of Ivy, who died ' May 7, 1945. beloved wife of Fred, 1 and mother of Pauline.
IRISH. - In memory of our beloved
niece, Ivy. who died May 7, 1945. -Always remembered by her aunts. Amy Picken and Emma Cale; also her loving friend. Amy Claridge.
JUTSON.-in loving memory of Bessie,
who passed - away at Northcote on May G, 1914. (inserted By C. A.
KINDER.-In loving memory of our ? dear brother. Leslie E., who passed
away May 6. 1947. late 14th Batt..
Beautiful memories treasured ever. Of happy days we spent together.
-(Inserted bv his loving sister and brother, Nell and Harry.)
KING.-In loving memory of Frank L.,
who died May Ö. 1942.
LAWSON.-In loving memory of my
dear wife, and our mother, Josic, who passed away May 6, 194G. -Always remembered. (Inserted by her loving husband, Wal, sons, and
LOUDER. - In loving memory of our
dear father. William Frederick, who pasf-ed away May 7, 1948. -For ever in our thoughts. (Inserted by Cyril and Ethel, 5 Plant street, Northcote.) McQUEEN.-Flying-Officer F. (Bill),
beloved son of Malcolm and Alice McQueen, brother of Margaret, Rus- sell, and Kelman, nephew of M. and A. Russell. - For ever with us.
MERCER-WALSH..-In loving memory
of Elizabeth, dearly loved mother of Alexander Mercer. (Inserted by her
MOONEY.-In loving memory of our
father, who passed away on May 7. 1949. (Inserted by Eileen and
MURRAY.-In loving memory of my
dear mother and our grandma, who passed away May G, 1946. -As the yoars pass away the more I miss you. (Lovitifi daughter. Nell, and grand chlldten. Tom, Esme, Bob, June,
ORPWOOD.-Treasured and loving
memories of my devoted wife and our dear mother, who pussed away at Nagambie May G. 1944. (Richard Orpwood and family, Roseville,
ORPWOOD. - In loving remembrance
of mother, who passed away on May 6. 1944. (Charl., Frank, and Jim.
Tongala.) , STEPHAN. - In loving memory of
Mary Elizabeth, who passed away on May 7, 1930; her daughter. Edith, on April 1. 1929; and son. George, on September 13, 1905. (J. Stephan
STEPHENSON. - In loving memory of
a dear husband and father, William Herbert Stephenson, who passed away on May 7, 1949.
We miss you. Bill, we always will; But in our hearts you are with us
-(Inserted by his loving wife and daughter.)
STEPHENSON. - Cherished memories
of my dear brother. Bill, who fell asleep on May 7, 1949.
Away In God's beautiful garden.
Sheltered from all sorrow and
Some day, when life's journey ends. Dear Bill, Mum, and Dad, we will
- (Always remembered by loving sister, Muriel; brother-in-law. Bill:
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of our
dear father. Thomas John, who died on May G, 1947. -Time passes, but memories stay. (Inserted by Irene (Mrs. Painter), Meph. Lorna (Mrs. Young).
VINNING.-In loving memory of our
dear mother, and devoted nana, who passed away May 6, 1949. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her lov- ing family.) , WRAY.-In loving memory of our dear
sister. Rose, who passed away May 6, 1949. (Alice and Lily.)
MACBETH. - Mrs. M. MACBETH
and Daughters wish to THANK all their kind relatives and friends for their letters, cards, and telegrams, floral tributes, and personal exprès* sion« of sympathy received during their recent sad bereavement. Will all pleas« accept this as our persona! expression of gratitude. 0 Dawson street north. Ballarat.
MAHER. - Mrs. T. J. MAHER and
Family wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for their floral tributes, telegrams, cards, letters, and personal expressions of sympathy received during their recent sad and sudden bereavement, especially thank, lng Father Hollis. Dr. Lowenthal. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Mrs. King, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, and Mr. Hendry.
MCALISTER.-The Misses MCALISTER
wish to THANK all friends and rela- tives for expressions of sympathy in their time of deep sorrow.
STANLEY.-Mrs. EVELYN STANLEY,
of Broadway. Oakleigh, wishes to THANK all kind relatives and friends for telegrams, cards, letters, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereave- ments. Will all please accept this as my personal expression of sin- cere gratitude.
FOB the Printing and Mailing of Your
Mourning Note, contact "Andrew." 103 Toorak rd.. Camberwell. E.6.
. FUNERAL NOTICES
BIRMINGHAM.-The Funeral of the
late Mrs. ANNIE EMILY BIRMING- HAM will leave io Station street, Highett, on MONDAY, at 10.45 a.m., for Box Hill Cemetery.
W. D. ROSE & SON. Chelt. 42.
COOK.-The Funeral of the late Mrs.
FLORENCE MARGARET COOK will leave her residence. Station street. Somerville, on MONDAY. May 8, at 2 p.m., for the Frankston Cemetery.
NEIL S. MUIR. Mornington 132.
FARNELL.-The Funeral of the late
Mrs. EMILY JANE FARNELL will leave 8 Burrindi road, Caulfield, on MONDAY, after a service commenc- ing at 3.15 p.m., for the St. Kilda Cemetery.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD.. St. Kilda road. Melbourne. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
FITZGERALD.-Requiem Mass for Ihe
repose of the soul of the late Mr. EDWARD CHARLES FITZGERALD will be celebrated at St. John the Baptist Church. Ferntree Gully, on MONDAY, at 9.30 a.m.
The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of Mass for the Box Hill Cemetery, arriving at about
W. J. OARNAR & SON. Dan- denong. Phone 308.
GERAGHTY. - Tile Funeral of the
late ETHELINDA GERAGHTY will leave Christ Church, Seymour, on SUNDAY, May 7, after a short ser- vice commencing at 2.45 p.m., for the New Seymour Cemetery.
G. DIGGLE. Funeral Director, Seymour 46; and Branches.
JEFFS.-The Funeral of the late Mr.
ARTHUR JEFFS will leave 17 Murray street, West Brunswick, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 10.15 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.
JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON, Bruns- wick. Tel. FW1592.
JOYCE.-Solemn Office and Requiem
Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Rev. Father MATTHEW JOYCE, C.S.S.R., will be celebrated at St. Mary's, Wendouree. Ballarat, on MONDAY, May 8. at 10 a.m.
The Funeral will leave at the conclusion of the Mass for the New Cemetery.
HAGEN & RAWLINGS. Funeral Directors, 17 Creswick road. Phone Ballarat 429.
MULLEN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ISABELLE HANNAH MÜLLEN will leave the Herbert King me- morial chapel. 174 Lennox st., Rich- mond, on MONDAY, after a ser- vice commencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.
HERBERT KING & SONS. JA3462. NOONAN.-The Funeral of. the late
Mrs. CATHERINE NOONAN will leave the residence of her son (Mr. W. Noonan), 143 Queen street. Al- tona, on MONDAY (May 8), at 3.30 p.m., for the Footscray Cemetery.
P. CROUCH & SON, Stawell. PJione 43.
PALMER.-The Funeral of the late
Mr. ERN PALMER, of Neerim North, and 37 Kent st.. Warragul
will leave the . Church of England, Warragul, THIS DAY (Saturday), at conclusion of a service commencing at 11 a.m., for the Warragul Ceme-
J. A. McGILTON PTY. LTD.,
ROHRT. - The Funeral of the late
TRYGVE BORCH ROHRT will leave Le Pine's funeral chapel, 357 Bur- wood road. Hawthorn (opposite town hall), on MONDAY, after a ser- vice commencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton, arriving at 11.30 a.m
LE PINE at SON PTY. 'LTD.
ROHRT.-The Lodge of Mercury No.
518. A.. F., & A. Masons of Vic- toria.-The Brethren of the above Lodge are informed that the Fune- ral of their late Wor. Bro. TRYGVE B. ROHRT will leave Le Pine's funeral chapel. 357 Burwood road, Hawthorn (opposite town hall), on MONDAY, after a service commenc- ing at 10.45 a.m., for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton, arriving at 11.30 a.m.
W. L, JACKSON, Master.
R. G. GILLARD, Secretary.
SWAN.-The Funeral of the late Miss
EDITH JANE SWAN, of 22 Sel- bourne st., Moreland, will leave our parlours, 788 Sydney road. North Brunswick, on MONDAY, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 1.45. p.m.. for the Boroondara.
JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines). TABULO. R.S.S. & A.I.L.A., Kew
Sub-branch.-Members of the above Sub-branch are respectfully in- formed that the Funeral of their late comrade. JAMES TABULO (late 5th Pioneers, 1st A.I.F.), will leave Pad- bury's chapel, 13 Cotham rd., Kew, on MONDAY, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 3.30 p.m., for the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
Pres., Rev. L. J. GOMM. Sec. N. G. STRAKER.
THOMPSON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. WILLIAM PERCIVAL THOMP- SON will leave his residence. 42 Or- rong road. Elsternwick. MONDAY, after a service commencing at 1.4a p.m.. for the Brighton Cemetery.
JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON, Caul-
VINCE.-The Funeral of the late Mr.
HARRY VINCE will leave our chapel, 1217 High st., Malvern, on MON- DAY, after a service commencing at 9.15 a.m., for the Springvale Cre-
DRAYTON & CARSON. U1228.