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ALLAN (Holland).-On April 9, at Wycheproof Hospital, to Fay and

Donald—a daughter (Marlene Fay).

BARCLAY.-On April 21, to judith and Cam-a daughter,

BRANDRETH (Cottier). - On inrll "2 at Jessie McPherson, to lÄe? and Jim-a daughter (Robyn Lesley). (Both well.)

BRUCE (Bourne).-On April 23, .i st.George's Kew.- to Leona and Bill-a. daughter (Verna Mary).

CLIFTON-JONES (nee Frank landi -. O" APril 21- at st Andrew's Hospital, East Mel- bourne, to Pearl, wife of Adrian

Clltton-Jones-a son.

CROSBIE (Lenz). - On April ni at Bush Nursing Hospital, Hey- field, to Madge and John-a son (Bernard John).

DARCY (Pane). - On 'April-.'.22;. st Maigaret Coles-a son (Anthony KelIKi (Both well.)

EVANS.-On April 20, to Mavis and Cyril -a daughter (Cheryl Lynette).

HAMBROOK (Garland). - On Andi 21, at the Mercy, to Stephen aid Elalne-^a son. (Both well.)

HELLIWELL. - On April 23. at Mirboo North Hospital, to Gwen and Eddie - a daughter. (Both

nell.) '

HORNER.-On April 20, at Win- ston, to Betty and Doug-a son (Barry John).

JOY.-On April 16, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Nan and Steuart-a son. (Both well.)

MACKENZIE (Bradshaw). - On April 23, nt St. George's, to Alison »nd Gordan-a daughter (Kay Gwendoline).

MARTIN (Marshall). - On April 20, at Eildon District Hospital, to Kan and Cliff - a son (Christin Paul). (Both well. A brother for


MURSELL (Carter). - On April 21, to Adrienne and Vernon - a son (Ross Berkeley). (Both well.)

PASKOS (Churchman). - On April 12, at Perth, W.A., to Paul- ine and Don-a son (Mark).

PRYTZ (Yeo).-On April 21, at West Gippsland Hospital, Warra- gul, to Phyllis, wife of Ian Prytz a daughter.

PUNSHON.-On April 20, at the Mercy Hospital, to Norma and George-a son (Christopher Roger).

PURCELL (Sillitoe).-On April 13, at private nursing home, Bsnskok, Thailand, to Mabs and Eric, of Shell Company of Thai- land Ltd.-a daughter (Gayle


REEVES (Curtis).-On April 20,

it Airlie, to Genevieve and Dennis, -a son (Peter Curtis).

ROWLAND (Webb)_On. April 13, at St. George's, to Nancy, wife ol John H.-a son (Anthony John).

RYAN.-On April 20, at Wanga- ratta Base Hospital, to- Mary and Maurice-a son (Mark).

SAWYER.-On April 21, at Jessie McPherson, to Val and-Bruce -a daughter (Denise Anne).

SPOONER. - On April 23, at 6t. Andrew's, East Melbourne, to Kirman and Allson-a 'son.»

THOM (Macvean).-On April 18, at Windemere, to Margaret and

Harold-a son.

WATSON (Perdriau).-On April a at Carbethon, to Alan and Joan -» daughter (Alison Lynette).

WING YOUNG (Young). - On April 22, at Mercy, to Norma and Tornea daughter. (Sister to Judy).

WISEWOULD.-On April 22. at St. Georse's Hospital, to Daphne. »ile of Eric Wlsewould-a daugh

WRIGHT (Love).-On April 22,   . at Et. Andrew's, to Josephine., wife

ol Norman-a daughter.. -


HILL—KEIR. — On March 17, at the Garrison Church, Kure,

Japan, Warrant-Offlcer 1st Class

Michael W. F. Hill, A.R.A., elder. son of Lieut.-Colonel and Mrs. W. Fitzmaurice Hill, 1072 Burke road, North Balwyn, to Marie (ex- i:JH.s ), . Bise Hospital, Kure, and. daughter-of Mr. James Keir of Canberra; A.C.T. . .


COLLINS—NIXON. -Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Collins, Rosemont, Rockbank, announce with pleasure, the 25th anniversary of their wedding, cele- brated at Christ Church, Melton, by the late Rev. Kerdell, on April

24, 1929. (At home 24th and 25th.)


BENDALL.-Mr. and Mrs. T. Bendall, of Tara Hall,17 Grice   cresent, Essendon, announce with gratitude and pleasure the 50th year of their marriage at St. Joseph's Cathedral, Dunedin, New Zealand, on April 24, 1904. (At home to friends, Sunday afternoon,


ABBOTT, Algernon, M.B,E. - on April 23, at Hamilton, beloved husband of the late Harriett Anne Abbott, loving father of Ruth, aged 83 years.

ADAM, Leslie John, of Glen ¡?a, Healcsvi e.-On April "2 be-

gg, husband of Bertha, loving

iK iL V5, Mo"ds). much loved ? of Barbara, Betty £I»S°"M' devotcd erandfather of ,Ä',.MarBaret Colin, Kathleen. bj all ' Bed 74 years- -Loved ADAM, Leslie John. - On April Edith vfhif v'llev'°ved brother of «im, Ethel, Bertha and Muriel.

ALLEN, Stanley Gerald. - On T«L17i,.(a.FldenlaUy Wied), at lui H' ÍSve?,.son 01 Mrs- nnd the nlh,..M- A1,len' Shepparton, lov Je n °MEL'< 01 Malcolm (deceased). &,0Masle. JU", and Murie ,

asea 49 years. -At rest.

ALLMAN, Daniel Patrick, of Denison. - On April 23 at Mount St Evins Private Hospital, East Melbourne, dearly loved husband  

of Mary and loving father of Peg,

Rev. Father J0hn and Bryan - aged

75 years. - requiescat i pace.

ATKINSON, John William Lee,

J1 violet Town, - on ADHI .>.>

ÎFÂ at, he BenallaAPHosp-í:

fihiriÄ y , b.B'oved husband of S &w?abethi.and lovlne daddy

«' Elizabeth. -Always remembered.

ATKINSON, John William Lee. lovL ln,alla Hospital (suddenly), °Ä,,'ather. of Richard. Jeremy «nd Michael. -Deeply loved/

BALL, Marjorie.—On April 16,         Gra«ynnSSp^tali.l0Vlne daughter of

Sears? e and Gordon, aged 12 BALL, Marjorie. - On April 16, at Hay Hos

BALL, Marjorie. - On April 16,   at Hay Hospital, fond niece of

and "janice AUSU"' Mar'0n' BARRY, Elsie May. — On April

dearlyIGVMuea beva,n. Canberra, «an ot f? ïile 01 the lale w" l«lñí mothar í?ar. street- "escnt.

fon) Hnn"iHr 01 ioan (Mrs. Daw in-laV of John ^ Belty- niotlier

BAXTER, Ada Frances. — On April 22, dearly loved mother of Elsie,

mother-in-law of Bill, and loved   grandma of Helen and Peter. -At rest.

BEDWELL, Jessie Victoria. — On

April 22 at her home, beloved

wife of Edward, and loving mother of Harold, Jessie (Mrs. Wal Gillespie), MacPherson, and Lawrie. —Peace, perfect peace.    

BEHAN, Ruth. —One April 23, beloved friend and co-worker. —The

most unforgettable character we have ever met. (The staff of the

Hawthorn Public Library.)

BEHAN, Ruth Helen Douglas, of

r°n Aorii OT PML Pemtree Gully.

>m much ddoe"nly)' at Alfred Winifred. Iner Mi.1?vcd SLSTER of

CA»-. ' M|"am, and Fred.

CARRACHER, Ida Veronica.-On

April 21, at Goroke Hospital, loved

sister-in-law of Queenie and Jim Carracher.

DOUGLAS (Sloan), Shirley. —

On April 20 (result of accident), at Echuca District Hospital, dearly    

loved niece of Jack and Ethel Doug- las, Tatura, and loving cousin of Jack and Heather. —For ever in our hearts.


EDWARDS, Doris Margaret. - On April 22, at Camberwell, loved nana ot Joan and Ted Sadler, and great-grandmother ot Anthony.

FITZ-GERALD, Emma.-On April 23, at her home, 62 Brewster street. Essendon, beloved wife ot the late

G. Thos. Fitz-Gerald. and loving, mother ot Erin, aged 71 years.

FURNEYVALL, Veda Alice. - On April 23, at Prince Henry's, Hospital, dearly loved sister of Stella (Mrs. Rae).. Linda (Mrs. Downey), Mona (Mrs. Major), Harold, Thelma (Mrs. Kreuger),

and Dudley.

FURNEYVALLL, Veda Alice. - On April 23, at Prince Henry's Hospital, dearly loved wile ot Frank.

IDLE, George Algernon. - .On April 23. at his residence, 30 Nel- son road. Camberwell, dearly be- loved husband of the late Eliza- beth, loved father of Ilma, Dor- othy.- Chris, Leslie. Alice, and


KELLY, Bridget.-On April 23, at Little Sisters Home, North- cote, widow of the late Walter Kelly, of Warragul, and loving mother of Maurice (Kew), Mary (Sister M. Carmelita, deceased), Anna (Mrs. J. Verhey. Newport), Margaret (Mrs. Keating, deceased), Kathleen (Mrs. K. Cameron, Brisbane), Wil- liam (West Preston), Bride- (Mrs. W. Black, Newport), and Walter (Ascot Vale), aged 93 years. -Re quiescat in pace.

KELLY, Stella May. - On April 21, at Sydney. N.S.W., widow of the late Dr. W. Ryton Kelly, loved mother of Hume. Blake, and Grace. (Privately cremated at Rookwood,

April 23.)

KENWORTHY. Selina Alice. - On April 23, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. A. P. Shilton, New st., Kyneton, loving wife of the late William John Kenworthy, and loving mother of Alice, Phoebe (Mrs. Shilton), Joseph William (deceased), and Frances Lilian (deceased), aged 81 years.

-At rest.

KINNERSLY. William David. - On April 23 (suddenly), loved hus- band of Maude Kinnersly, of 41 Fairmont avenue. Hartwell, loved father of Jeanette, Brenda, and Anne, aged 46 years.

KINNERSLY, William David. - On April 23 (suddenly), youngest

son or the late Edward and Mar- garet Kinnersly, loved brother of Edith (Mrs. McGuire), James, Mabel- (Mrs. Haeusler), Norman,

and Edward.

KIRK, Ethel Mary. - On April 16, at Boort, loved daughter of the late Thomas and. Mary Jane Hop- kins, and loved sister of Anna (Mrs. Teasdale), Alice (Mrs. Mc Kcan), ' Thomas, Florrie (Mrs. J. Teasdale), Evelyn (Mrs. Tanchett), Stanjey, (deceased), Alston, and ' Minnie' (Mrs; Kirk).

LEASE, Arthur Eugene, of 309 Koornang Road. Carnegie. - On .April 23. at Royal Melbourne ' Hos , pltal, the dearly beloved husband I at Edna, loved lather ot Jean, Ray.

and Les, loved brother ol' George, Bertha, and Olive, aged 51 years.

McDERMOTT, Mabel Mary.-On i April 23, dearly loved wife of Peter Paul McDermott, of 16 Jupiter street, South Caulfield, dearly loved mother of Peter.. -Requiescat In


MILLER. Percy William, - On April 23. at his home, 5 Mangan street, Balwyn, dearly loved hus- band of Isabel, and loved father of Kath (Mrs. Curzon). Hughie, and Pat (Mrs. Glnn). (Late 6th Field Amb.. 1st A.I.F.) (No flowers, by request.)

MINCHIN. John. - On April 21, at Nathalia, loved husband of Ada, father of Jim. Margaret, John, Norma, and father-in-law of Elsie, Val, Kltch, and. George.

MINCHIN, John.-On April 21, at Nathalia, loved father of Mar- garet, loved father-in-law of Kltch, and loving grandfather of Kevin, Colin, and Kathleen. -At rest.

PAYNE, Bertha Frances, of 40 Amelia Street, McKinnon. - On April 23, at a private hospital, the dearly beloved wife of Harry, loved stepmother of Noel and Ian, aged 48 years. -At»'rest.

PRUNTY, Edward Francis, of   Newlyn North.- On April 23, at Creswick, loved husband of the late Agnes Prunty, and loved father of Edward, (deceased), Ver-   onica (Mrs. N. Rousch), and Arthur (deceased), aged 76 years. - Re quiescat in pace.  

SHEKLETON, Grace Mary Ann. On April 21, at Camden, N.S.W.. daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Ann Shekleton; aged 89 years. -At rest. (Privately cremated April 23, at Sydney.)

TAYLOR. Charles Augustus. -   On April 22, at his home, No. 14 Moor street. Sandringham, dearly loved brother of Rose. Lily, and Alice. Late of Echuca.

TYNDALL, John Anthony. - On April. 22, beloved eldest son of Bryan and Helen, of Waaia, and .dear brother of Francis and Michael, aged 5 yenrs. -Requiescat In pace. ,


On Active Service

BOLITHO, Harry_Died, result of wounds, Korea. April 25, 1951. -Ever remembered. (Bob Barker.) BOLITHO.-Ever remembered and   sadly missed, our loved son and brother, Harold, died ot wounds, Korea, April 25, 1951. - (Father, mother, Bnd John; Marungi.)

FALCONER. - In loving mem- ory of my dearest brother. Lieut. James Alan Falconer, M.C.. 57 Bn" killed in action, at Villers Brettoneux. April 25> 1910, Egypt. Gallipoli, France, (Inserted by his '.Little Joe".)

IN remembrance of all men of 5th Battalion, A.I.F., who made the supreme sacrifice on active ser- vice or who have since passed on.

At the going down of the sun and In the morning we will remember them.

Former members of the battalion may honor their fallen comrades by attending the Shrine pilgrimage on Sunday, May 2. at 2.30 p.m.

-(Inserted by members of 5th Battalion Association.)

IN memory of our comrades who have passed on, 1914-54. -Wo remember. (Inserted by the 2nd Field Coy. Engineers, A.I.F., As- sociation.)

IN grateful memory to members, 2/10 Fd. Coy., R.A.E., 8 Div., who paid the supreme sacrifice. -Their comrades remember them.

MCMILLAN.-In memory of Neil, killed in action on Gallipoli, No- vember, 1915; also his brother, Arch, who passed away at Tatura on Anzac Eve, 1953. (Inserted by G.M.)

MIDDLETON. - In proud mem- ory of No. 180 Corporal George, 7th Battalion, First A.I.F., who was killed on Gallipoli, April 25. 1915, beloved brother of Ida (Mrs. W. J. Bezet).

PARTRIDGE.-In proud remem- brance of my father. Private Thomas Douglas Partridge, No. 1648, 16th Battalion, who was killed at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915. -Lest we forget. (Daisy.)

PEARCE. - In loving memory of Cpl. A. M. (Joe) Pearce, killed Gallipoli, April 25, 1915. (Inserted by W. P. Hastings.)

PEARCE.-In loving memory of Cpl. Arthur M. Pearce, killed at Gallipoli on April 25, 1015. (In- serted by sister, Ethel.)

ROBILLIARD.—Cherished mem- ories of Henry, died In Ambon, April 26, 1944, beloved nephew and cousin of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Os- borne and family. -Lest We For-


ROGERS. - In loving memory of Pte. A. E. Rogers. 7th Btn. (Inserted by M.P.)

STUART-JAMIESON. -Trea-   sured memories of Pte. Colin Jamieson, who fell April, 1917, called home April 19, 1934, loved husband of May, dear daddy of James and Dorothy. -Until He


23RD BATTALION. - A tribute to the memory of fallen" comrades. (Inserted by the 23rd Battalion Association.)

2ND BRIGADE FIELD ARTIL- LERY.-In memory of Comrades who paid the supreme sacrifice, and those that have passed away since.

BARLOW. - In loving memory of our, dear . mother and nana, who passed away April 24, 1953. (Inserted by Reg, Rita, Barry, and Genletle.)


BLYTH. - In loving memory of William Joslin, brother of Amy (Mrs. Mylle), Bessie (Mrs. Dud dorldge), and Mabel.

CAMERON.-In fond and loving memory of Jack, VX3824, killed in action, Corinth, Greece, April 25, 1941. - R.I.p. (Inserted by his lov- ing family.)

CLARK.-in fond memory of Albert Ernest, passed away April 25, 1950. -Ever remembered by his loving wife and family.

COLQUHOUN, Bess_In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, who passed away April 24, 1952. (Inserted by husband Doug, and Lorna and Colin.)

CORNELIUS.-In fondest remem- brance of my dear husband. Wil- liam Henry, who passed away April 25,- 1044.

A little token, true and tender.

Just to show you are still re-

membered. '

-(Inserted by his loving wife. Edith Cornelius, Findon avenue, Caulfield.)

DOBSON. - In loving memory of Vera, dear wife of Tom, dearly loved mother of Pat and Kevin. and darling daughter of Mrs. E. i Insall. -Loving memories.

FINGER.-Loving memories of a dear father, passed away April 25,

1947. '

God gave us strength- to bear it,

Courage to face the blow

But what lt meant to lose you, i

No one will ever know.

(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Edith and Kevin).

GILES.-In loving remembrance of our darling . mother, who de- parted this life. April 9, 1950, loved mother of Allan and daugh- ter-in-law Jess, loved grandmother of Alan and Valerie (Mrs. St. John), great-grandmother of Diane and Nell. -Sadly missed.

HANSEN.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Jule Frances, who passed away April 10, 1953. (Inserted by her loving family.)

JACOB.-In loving memory of our dear only son and stepson. Donald. James, who passed away Anzac Day, April 25, 1952, 1st A.I.F.; also our ' loved grandson, Alister Donald, killed over Ger- many, April 27, 1945. -Resting. (Inserted' by Sarah and Phillp Jacob.) .

MANIFOLD, Edwin James, - In loving memory of my ? dearest father, who passed away, April 24, 1947. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by his loving daughter. Jean.)

McLEAN. - In fond remem- brance of our dearly loved brothers, who passed Bway, Donald Mac Lachlan died April 25, 1937, and John died January 4, 1941.

Blessed are the pure In heart, for they shall see God.

-(Inserted by attached sisters. Flora - Mrs, Bailey - Lexie and Ina.),

MILES. - In memory of Valen- tine Leslie, died April 25, 1050; also Evallna May, died. April 12,

1954. ??????

PATTON.-In loving memory of our little grandson and nephew, Ronald Noel, passed away at Long- wood, April 24, 1948. -We, who loved you, little Bonnie, will never forget you. (Inserted by his grand- father and Auntie Carrie.)

PETERS. - Loving memory of my dear friend, Mrs, E. Peters, passed away April 25, 1940. -Al- ways remembered. (E. McKenzie.)

PHILLIPS.-In loving memory of my dear son and loving brother, Murray Stewart, who passed away April 24, 1953. -Not lost to us, just gone before. (Inserted by his loving mother, brother, and- sis- ter, Seymour.).

PHILLIPS. Murray Stewart. - Passed away April 24. ' 1953. -Always remembered. (Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and

brother.) .

PHILLIPS.-In fond memory of     Murray. -Ever remembered. (Gwen and Tel.)

REID.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away April 25, 1953.

Loving memories, silently kept,; ???

Of a mother we will never forget. -(Inserted by her loving sons'; Jim and George, and daughter Louie.) ' - . ..

REID-In loving memory of our dear grandmother, who passed away on April 25, 1B53. (Inserted by her loving grandchildren, Heather, Marli, Jim, Graham, Douglas, and


ROGERS.-In ever-loving memory of my dear brother. Charl, called home April 25, 1936. -At rest.


SECCOMBE. - In loving memory of my dear husband, Arthur Vivian who passed away at Repatriation Hospital, Caulfield, on April 25 (Anzac Day), 1953. -Loving mem- ories silently kept of a husband and father we will never forget. (Inserted by his wife and daugh- ters, Joy - Mrs. Eastland - and Valerie.)

SMITH.-In loving remembrance of my father, Andrew Mellis Smith, passed away April 2.4, 1929. (Inserted by his loving daughter,

Grace "Wootton.) j

STODGELL._In loving. memory  

of our dear father, wno passed away April. 24, 1947. -Always re- membered. (Inserted by May, Alfred, Albert.)

TURNLEY.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Lilian, who passed away on April 25, 1043. (Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.)

WILSON. - In loving memory of our dear father apd father-in-law (and grandfather of Ian and Bruce), John Richard, who passed away April 25. 1952. -Ever remem- bered. (Bill and Anne Wilson.)


CARTER.-Miss LILA CARTER and Family THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbors for their numerous floral tributes, letters, I telegrams, cards, and personal ex-

pressions of sympathy in their re- cent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Rev. Father Ryder, Sisters McDonald and Mellow. (817 High street, Armadale.)

CAFFRY.-Mrs. E. F. CAFFRY I wishes to THANK kind relatives I and friends for their many beauti-

ful floral tributes, letters, cards,

and telegrams, especially friends ' from Victoria Barracks and those I who attended her daughter's

funeral. Will all please accept this ¡ as my expression of gratitude.

JOSEPH.—Mrs. R. S. JOSEPH, 152 Victoria parade, East Mel

I bourne, wishes to express her I

grateful THANKS to friends, rela- tives, and business associates for their kind expressions of sympathy,

also beautiful floral tributes, sent | during her recent very sad loss. Special thanks to Dr. Alex Kerr

for his untiring attention. Will all | please accept this reply as an ex- pression of her deep gratitude.

LAIDLAW_Mr. and Mrs. JACK   LAIDLAW wish to THANK all  

relatives and friends for their

kind expressions of sympathy In | the loss of their beloved son. Cliff. High street. Ashburton.

LEWIS_The Family of the late Mrs. BEATRICE LOUISE LEWIS wish to THANK all friends and relatives for their kind thoughts

and floral tributes during their ' recent sad bereavement, especially thanking Drs. Lipson and Sister Bannon for their untiring atten- tion. 40 Newcastle street, East


McCOLL. — Mrs. E. McCOLL (Marcollo) and Family sincerely THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbors for all floral tributes, cards, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. 99 Beavers road, Northcote.

POWER.—Mrs. A. POWER and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Raysier, wish to THANK relations for floral tributes, cards, and letters In their recent sad bereavement.


ADAM. The funeral of the late Mr. LESLIE JOHN ADAM will leave thc Anglican Church. Heales- ville. THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service commencing at 8.30 a.m., for the Kew Cemetery, arriving at

10.30 a.m.



ADAM. - Caulfield Grammarian Lodge. No. 634. A.. F.. and A. M. -Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and the Craft In general are informed that the Funeral of our .late Wor. Bro. LESLIE JOHN ADAM. P.M.. will leave the Anglican Church. Heales- ville, THIS DAY (Saturday), after a service commencing at 8.30 a.m., for tlic Kew Cemetery, arriving at 10.30 a.m,

H. J. DEARRICOTT. W.M. G. F. SEVERS. Secretary.


ALLMAN.- Solemn Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. DANIEL PATRICK ALL- MAN will be celebrated at St. Michael's Church, Heyfield. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10.30 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m. for the Heyfield Cemetery.

TOBIN BROS. Melbourne. FJ1294. In conjunction with C. Woodhouse, Maffra.

BEDWELL. — The Funeral of the late Mrs. JESSIE VICTORIA BEDWELL is appointed to leave the Bathurst memorial chapel, cor- ner Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads, Elsternwick, on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 11 a.m. for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

T. BATHURST & CO. (Late A.I.F.) LF6337.

BEHAN.-The Funeral of the late Miss RUTH HELEN DOUGLAS BEHAN will leave our parlors, 380 Lygon street. Carlton, on MON- DAY (Aprll'26), at conclusion of a service cqinmencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Box HUI Cemetery.

JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH, Funeral Director. F.I2641.

EMMERSON. - Lodge Gratitude. No. 592. A.. F.. and A. Masons of Victoria_Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are informed that the Funeral of their late esteemed Bro. HAROLD JOSEPH EMMER- SON will leave his residence. 188 Highfield road. Camberwell, on MONDAY, at 9.15 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

A. w. MCTAGGART, W.M. N. S. MAIR. Secretary.

F1TZ-GERALD.-The funeral of the late Mrs. EMMA FITZ- GERALD will leave her residence. 62 Brewster street, Essendon, on MONDAY (April 26), at conclusion of a service commencing at 10.45 a.m.. for the Fnwkner Cemetery.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Essendon. FU1002. .

FURNEYVALL. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. VEDA. ALICE .FURNEYVALL ls appointed to leave the Bathurst memorial chapel, corner Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads. Elsternwick, on MONDAY, after a service com- mencing at 3 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

T. BATHURST & CO. (Late A.I.F.) LF6337. .

IDLE-The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE ALGERNON IDLE will leave our chapel, 1217 High street, Malvern, on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.

DRAYTON & GARSON. BY2428. KELLY-Requiem Mass for tile repose of the soul of the late Mrs. BRIDGET KELLY will be celebrated" at the Sacred Heart Church, Newport, on MONDAY, at

9.30 a.m.

Thc Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.m., for the Wil- liamstown Cemetery.


KENWORTHY_The Funeral of the late Mrs. SELINA ALICE KENWORTHY will leave the resi- dence of her daughter, Mrs. A. P Shllton. New street, Kyneton, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 8 a.m., arriving at the Coburg Cemetery at approximately 10 a.m.

W. RAYMER. Funeral ' Director. Kyneton. Phone 254.

KINNERSLY. - The Funeral of the late Mr. WILLIAM DAVID KINNERSLY will leave his resi- dence, 41 Fairmont avenue, Hart- well, on MONDAY, April 26, at conclusion of a service . com- mencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD.. Camberwell. WF7237.

LEASE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ARTHUR EUGENE LEASE will leave W. G. Apps and Sons' funeral home. 88 Carlisle street. St. Kilda, at the conclusion of a service commencing at u a.m.. MONDAY (April 26). for the Spring Vale Crematorium.


MCDERMOTT-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. MABEL MARY MCDERMOTT w ll be celebrated at The Holy Cross Church, Glenhuntly road. Caulfield, on MONDAY- at 6.50 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at 9 a.m. for the New Cheltenham Cemetery.


MILLER. - The Funeral of the

Ia,1,? r r,"MrV, PERCY WILLIAM

MILLER- (late 6th Field Ambul- ance, 1st A.I.F.). is appointed to leave his home. 5 Mangan street. Balwyn, .on MONDAY, after a ser- vice commencing at 3.20 p.m., lor the Box Hill Cemetery.

T. -BATHURST & CO. (Late

A.I.F.) LF6337.

PAYNE. - The Funeral of the   late Mrs. BERTHA FRANCES PAYNE will leave her home, 40 Amelia street, McKinnon on MON- DAY (April 26), at 3 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.


LTD.,^ 88 Carlisle street. St. Kilda.

PRUNT.— The Funeral of the   late EDWARD FRANCIS PRUNTY of Newlyn North, will leave the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. N. Rousch, of Newlyn North), TO- MORROW (Sunday), at 1.30 p.m.

for the Clarendon Cemetery, arriv- ing at 3 p.m.

A. PASCO & SONS, Funeral Directors, Creswick.

TAYLOR. - The Funeral of the late Mr. CHARLES AUGUSTUS

TAYLOR will leave his home, No. 14 Moor street, Sandringham, on MONDAY, at the conclusion of a service commencing at 8.30 a.m.,  

for the Spring Vale Crematorium.