BOSS-WALKER.-On October 21, 1946,
at Queen Alexandra Hospital, to Mr and Mrs Ian Boss-Walker: a daughter. BURSTON (nee Heron).-On October 13,
1946, at Beaumont Private Hospital, Franklin, to Mr and Mrs Burston: a daughter (Cheryl Lorraine).
DANIELS.-On October 19, 1946, at Nurse
Bevon's Private Hospital, Colebrook, to Mr and Mrs C. C. Daniels, Lowdina: a daughter (Gladys Mary).
FYFE.-On October 21, 1946, at Calvary
Hospital, to Mr and Mrs Doug Fyfe: a son (Kelvin John). Both well.
GEEVES (nee Hawkes). - On October
l8, 1946, at Calvary Hospital, to Fahey, .wife of Vernon Geeves: a daughter (Suzanne Fahey).
HICKEY.-On October 19, 1946, at Cal-
vary Hospital, to Dulcie and John: a son (John Charles). Both well.
JONES (Mollie Macleod).-On October 20,
1946, at Queen Alexandra Hospital, to Mr and Mrs Kevin Jones: a son (Peter Kevin).
KEAN.-On October 17, 1946, at the Bush
Nursing Hospital, Sorell, to Mr and Mrs Cecil Kean: a son (Graham Ed- ward) .
LLOYD (nee Goyen).-On October 18,
1946, at Calvary Hospital, Hobart, to Juanita, wife of Leonard S. Lloyd: a daughter (Donna Adele).
LOVELL.—On October 19, 1946, to Mr
and Mrs Brian Lovell, Penna: a son (Alan Geoffrey).
OAKLEY (nee Prero). - On October
18, 1946, at St. Helen's Private Hospital, to Georgina and Keith- a son (Michael
BATTLE (nee Denne).-On October 17,
194G, at the Queen Victoria Hospital, to Mr and Mrs H. B. Rattle, 19 Watch- orn St.: a daughter.
ROLAND (nee Clifford). - On October
16, 1946, at Cygnet Health Centre, to Ray and Dorothy (Dulce): a daughter (Rae Ella).
«^TANNER (nee Smith). - On October *~ 21, 1946, at Calvary Hospital, to Joyce
and Bill: a daughter (Carol Jean).
TAYLOR.-On October 21, 1946, at the
Queen Victoria Hospital, Launceston, to Mr and Mrs Sefton Taylor, Maldon, Longford: a son.
THORPE.-On October 13, 1946, at Cyg-
net Health Centre, to Dorothy and Neil: a daughter (Robyn Elaine).
WALSH (nee osborne).-On October l8,
1940, at Queen Victoria Hospital, to Stella and Jack, 76 High St., Launces- ton: a daughter (Jann Nyrida).
WEBB (nee Morrison). - On October
19, 1946, at Calvary Hospital, to Doreen and Doug: a son (Phylllp John).
WILKINS.-On October 12, 1948, at 8t. Marys District Hospital, to Hilda and Max: a son (John Maxwell).
PISH-GODFREY.-On August 21, 1946,
at Sacred Heart Church, New Town, by the Rev Father R. Scarfe, Nancy Margaret, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs J. T. Godfrey, Brighton, to Darcy Noel, younger son of Mrs G. Fish and
the late Mr G. Fish, Oatlands._
CHAMP.-On October 20, 1946, Samuel
Champ, loved husband of the late Hannah Champ, loving father of Joe, 108 Bathurst, St., Thelma (Hobart), and Jack (Sydney).
CHILCOTT.-On October 21, 1946, sud-
denly, at Cressy, Elvle, the beloved wife ot Albert Chilcott, of Cressy, aged 61
HENDERSON.-On October 21, 1946, »t
the residence of her daughter, Mrs R. Thompson, 4 Hamilton St., Launces- ton, Mary Ann, loved wife of the late John Henderson, of Beaconsfield, and loving mother of Janie (Mrs F. Roberts, Yallourn), Arthur (Launceston), Bes 6ie (Mrs B. Death, Tullah), Gordon (Launceston), Jim (Launceston), Agnes (Mrs R. Thompson, Launceston), and Oilbort (Launceston), in her 83rd year. Private interment Beaconsfield Ceme- tery Tuesday at 3 pm.
C. T. FINNEY <fe SONS. AFDA, ,.- 16 Brisbane St., Launceston.
PING.-Passed away on October 21, 1946,
at the home of her son-in-law, Mr J. C. Mason, Upper Scamander, Mary Car- oline, beloved wife of the late Henry Ping, and loving mother of Philip (An- zac, 1st AIF, deceased), Maude (Mrs Munro), Lily (Mrs Butt), Eva (Mrs Cleary), Nellie (Mrs Black), Rose (Mrs Quon), and loving stepmother of Esther (Mrs Cunningham), Gertie (Mrs Mas- on), Lila (deceased), and Nellie (Mrs Salter), In her 84th year. At rest.
PRITCHARD.-On October 21, 1946. at
Royal Hobart Hospital, Amy, beloved wife of Thomas Pritchard, of Mc Robles Gully, aged 72 years. Requles cat in pace.
RICHARDSON.-On October l8, 1946, sud-
denly, at Sydney, Charles James, dear- ly beloved husband of Henrietta Re- becca and loving youngest son of Mrs E. S. Richardson, Sydney, and the late Mr C. J. Richardson, Huon, Tasmania, aged 34 years.
TALBOT.-On October 21, 1946, at Royal
Hobart Hospital, William, husband of Olive Talbot, and loving father of Valda (Mrs H. Larsen), William and Dorothy (Mrs L. Grant), aged 60 years. WILLIAMS.-On October 20, 1946, at a
private hospital, Launceston, Diane Elizabeth, dearly loved infant daughter oí Stanley and the late Betty Rose Williams, of 89 Hopkins St., Moonah, and grand-daughter of Mr and Mrs L. C. Hayden, of 34 Green St., Invermay, . aged one day._
CHILCOTT.-The funeral of the late Mrs
Klvie Chilcott Is appointed to leave her late residence, Cressy, at 4 pm on Wednesday (Tomorrow), for the Meth- odist. Cemetery, Cressy. Prienda are invited to attend.
G. W. HUDSON, AFDA,
GITTUS.-Funeral of the late Miss Min-
ni« Gittus will move from the Funeral Parlours of the undersigned on Tues- day (This Day), at 11 am, arriving at Cornelian Bay Cemetery at 11.15 am.
ALEX. CLARK & SON LTD.,
Phone 3270. 168-170 Collins St.
PING.-The funeral of the late Mrs Mary
Caroline Ping is appointed to Je-ave the residence of her son-in-law (Mr J. C. Mason), of Upper Scamander, oh Wednesday (Tomorrow) at 12 noon, arriving at the Carr Villa Cemetery at 3.30 pm for interment. Friends are invited to attend.
C. T. FINNEY St SONS, AFDA,
16 Brisbane St., Launceston.
PRITCHARD.-Funeral of the late Mrs
Amy Pritchard will move from Funeral Chapel This Day at 11 am for Cor- nelian Bay Cemetery. Friends are in- vited to attend.
H. C. MILLINGTON & CO., __. Funeral Directors,
P_ou« 3446. 200 Liverpool St.
RODMAN.-Friends of the late Mrs Julia
Rodman are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, which will move from her late residence, Huonville, on Tuesday (This Day) at 2.30 pm, for Congregational Cemetery, Huonville.
HOOPER & BURGESS,
(H. J. HOOPER, Manager),
Phone 6107. 195 Elizabeth St.
TALBO_.-Friends are respectfully in-
vited to attend the funeral of the late Mr William Talbot, which will move from the residence of Mr Archie R. Knop, Ranelagh, This Day at 3.30 pm, for Congregational Cemetery,
H. C. MILLINGTON & CO.,
Phone 5445._200 Liverpool St.
PRIEST.-Friends of the late Mr Thomas
H. Priest are respectfully invited to attend his funeral which will move from the residence of his sister (Mrs Lucas), 35 Patrick St., on Tuesday Af- ternoon (This Day), at 2.30, arriving at the Crematorium Chapel, Cornelian Bay. at 2.50.
CLARK BROS.. AFDA,
WILLIAM J. CLARK. Funeral Director,
15-17 Argyle St._Phone 6177.
AMIGUET.-In loving memory of our
dear sister and our aunty. Daisy, who passed away October 21. 1941.
Her life was just one sacrifice,
Her heart was true and tender.
She toiled so hard for those she loved,
Then left us to remember.
Inserted by her loving sisters, Phyllis and Olive, brobher-ln-law. Jim, nieces and nephews.
BROWNING -In loving memory of my
darling brother and our uncle, Cyril, who passed away on October 21, 1945. I wish that I could see you.
And kiss your well loved face: I wish that I could hold you
Again in fond embrace.
But we'll meet again, de-ar
I pray that every day, For life is very lonely
With you so far away.
Dearly loved, sadly missed
Inserted by his loving sister, Eileen, brother-in-law. Arthur, and family, Westerway.
GELTNER.-In loving memory of our
dear son, passed away October 22, 1930, and-our dear mother, Annie Fisher, passed away October 14, 1935.
Inserted by his loving mother, father, brothers and sister and her loving only daughter, Madeline, Cyril, and family.
HYLAND -In fond and loving memory
of my dear wife and our mother. Amy, who departed this life on October 22.
Loved and remembered always.
Inserted by her loving husband and family.
CARSONS (Christina Armstrong).-In
sad and loving memory of our dearly beloved daughter and sister, who pass- ed away October 22, 1941.
God moves In a mysterious way, His wonders to perform.
But Christ has left an aching void The world can never fill.
Ever remembered by her parents and family at St. Marys
RYAN.-In loving memory of our dear
mother and my nanua, who departed this life October 21, 1944.
Today as we look at your photo,
A picture so loving and true
No wonder our hearts are broken
And longing, dear mother, for you. Dearest mother how we miss you,
But we know it is vain to weep,
For tears of love will never wake you
From your peaceful, happy sleep.
Inserted by her loving son. Val, daugh- ter-in-law, Vera, and dear little grand- daughter. Maree.
SHEARING.-In loving memory of my
dear wife and our darling mother, Ethel Maud, who passed away on October 22, 1943.
Things have changed In many ways,
But one thing changes never,
The memory of the happy days
When we were all together.
Inserted by her loving husband and family. Dysart.
STREET.-In loving memory of my dear
husband and our father, Thomas, who passed away on October 22, 1935.
Inserted by his loving wife and family.
Mrs R. Brennan, of Snug, and family, wish to sincerely thank all relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expres- sion of deepest gratitude.
Mrs E. M. Buchanan wishes to sin- cerely thank the large number of friends who called or sent messages during her
recent sad loss.