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BIRTHS   BALFOUR (nee Loy).-May 19, at   Taree, to Elsie and Alan-a daugh- ter (Anne Lee).

BARGWANNA (nee Kerr).-May 12, at King George Hospital, to Thelma and Robert-a son (Geoffrey Robert).

CAMWELL.-June 1, at Seecombe, Drummoyne, to Marjorie and Alan- a daughter (Sandra Gail).

EWING.-May 31, at St. Monan's Cremorne, to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ewing-a daughter.

GIBLIN (nee Swales, Epping, N.S.W.).-June 1, 1954, at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Hobart, to Pat- ricia and Robert, Oakleigh, South Arm, Tasmania-a son (Geoffrey Robert).

GORRY (nee McDermott).-June 1, at St. Margaret's Hospital, to Angus and Margaret-a daughter (Christine June).

MANDL (nee Kobin).-June 2, at St. Luke's private hospital, to Mar- jorie and Robert-a daughter (Joanne Louise).

NOSSITER.-June 2, at Inglemere, Strathfield, to Pat and Reg-a son.

ROSS (nee Kerr).-May 31, at St. Margaret's Hospital, to Dulcie and Mark-a daughter (Gaye Ellen).

TYNDALL (Dowling).-June 3, 1954, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Judith, wife of Theo- dore-a son.

ENGAGEMENTS

ANDERSON-SPENCER.-The En- gagement is announced of Annis, only daughter of Mr. C. Spencer, of Wyong and niece of Mr. and Mrs. S. Browne, of Moss Vale, to James, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson, of Fivedock.

GILMORE-BENNETT.-The En- gagement is announced of David, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gil- more, of North Sydney, to Shirley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Bennett, of Lane Cove.

McKECHNIE-BLAKE-LAWSON.- The Engagement is announced of Beryl Diana, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blake-Lawson, Leigh-on- Sea, Essex, England, and Murray Gardiner, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. McKechnie, of Auckland, New Zealand.

PITMAN-MURPHY.-The Engage- ment is announced of Daphne Anne, youngest daughter of Mrs. B. Murphy, and the late Mr. A. Murphy, of Burraweeda, Mungindi, to Geoffrey Graham, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Pitman, Willimill, Garah.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

KLAM-GLADING.-June 4, 1904, by the Rev. W. H. Brooke, at Old Parish Church, East Ham, England, Charles Klam to Florence Glading. 36 Martin Street, Harbord. Con- gratulations dears, Bern and family.

DEATHS

AUBIN, Augusta Maria.-June 3, 1954, at her daughter's residence, 645 Pittwater Road, Deewhy, be- loved second wife of William John Aubin and beloved mother of Phylis Kathleen Hayley (deceased), Ruth St. Clair Bates (Grenfell), Rupert Wes- ton Hayley and Muriel Grace Aubin, aged 88 years. See Saturday's "Herald" for funeral notice.

BANKS, Thomas Matthew.-June 2, 1954, at 74 Bay Road, Waverton, dearly loved husband of Daphne and father of John and Ruth. Privately cremated.

BEATTIE, William.-June 3, 1954, beloved husband of Helen Beattie, and loved father of Margaret (Mrs. Summerville), Ann (Mrs. Patrick), father-in-law of John and Hugh, aged 70 years. See Saturday's "Herald" for funeral notice.

BELLAMY, Albert Arthur.- June 3, 1954, at his residence, 128 Wil- lison Road, Carlton, dearly loved husband of Eliza Bellamy, fond father of Thelma and dear father- law of Phil. Aged 69 years.

BOSCO, Francis Joseph.-June 3, 1954, at his residence, 87 Coward Street, Mascot, dearly beloved hus- band of Annunziata, loved father of Joseph, Elizabeth and Jerry, and

brother of Desider, aged 61 years. R.I.P.

BROWN, Norman Alexander.-  

June 3, 1954, of 22 Gannon Street,

Tempe, dearly loved husband of Vio-   let, dear father of Norman, loved

father-in-law of Mabel, and fond   grandfather of Ken, Graham, and   Garry. At rest.  

BUCHAN, Alice Florence.-June 3,   1954, at a rest home, Ashfield, of

90 Payten Avenue, Punchbowl, loved   mother of Edna (Mrs. McCall) and

Jean (Mrs. Bennett), aged 63 years.  

CALDWELL, Carole Ann.-June 2,   1954 (suddenly), at the St. George   Hospital, of 77 Park Road, Kogarah   Bay, dearly loved wife of Reginald   Fergus Caldwell, loved mother of Kay,   beloved daughter of Raymond and   Isabel and dear daughter-in-law of   Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Caldwell, aged

20 years.

CHAPMAN, James Edward.-June   2, 1954, of 38 Pine Road, Auburn,

dearly loved father of Alice (Mrs.   Magennis, Auburn), Ethel (Mrs.   Middleton, Guildford), Phyllis (Mrs. Chorley, Merrylands), Ivy (Mrs. Thompson, Chester Hill), Alma (Mrs.

Stacpoole, Mudgee), James (Leich-   hardt), Beryl (Auburn), and fond   brother of Robert (Auburn) and   Samuel (Bellambi), aged 69 years. At rest.

CLAYDON, Ernest Sidney.-June   3, 1954, of Wedderburn, beloved hus-   band of Olive M. Claydon, and loved   father of Barbara, and Marion, fond   father-in-law of Jim and Ian.

CLAYDON, Ernest Sidney.-June 3, 1954, beloved eldest son of the late Rev. Canon and Mrs. E. Claydon.

COTTON, Henry Keith.-June 1, 1954, of 288 Hamilton Road, Fair- field, dearly loved husband of Mary Cotton, loved father of Yvonne and Henry. Aged 45 years. Privately cremated 3rd June, 1954, at Rook- wood Crematorium.

COUTTS, Sophia Forbes.-June 2, 1954, at the Sydney Hospital, of 8 Linwood Avenue, Bexley, beloved wife of the late George Bruce Coutts, loved mother of Sophia (Mrs. Davies) and Jean (Mrs. Mylchreest), dear mother-in-law of Thomas and James, and fond grandmother of Evan and Val, aged 82 years.

COWAN, Paul Edward.-June 2, 1954, at hospital, dearly loved infant son of Gladys Valerie Cowan, of 39 Bapaume Avenue, Matraville, aged 3 years. For funeral announcement see Saturday's "Herald".

COWELL, Mary Amelia.-June 1, 1954, of 181 Hargrave Street, Pad- dington, widow of the late Frederick William Cowell, and loved mother of Millie (Mrs. S. A. Bond) and Beatrice (Mrs. W. J. O'Sullivan, Brisbane). Privately cremated at Rookwood Crematorium, 2nd June, 1954.

DEVENISH-MEARES, Mary Anna. -June 3, 1954, at hospital, late of Gillies Street, Wollstonecraft, wife of the late Charles Edward Devenish- Meares, and mother of Alfred, Stan- ley, Leycester, and Lambert, aged 84 years.

DOOHAN, Mary.-June 2, 1954, at 97 Hargrave Street, Paddington, dearly loved wife of James Doohan, and loved mother of Jim, and fond aunt of Charles Doohan, aged 55 years. R.I.P.

DUNCAN, Elspeth Gowan.-June 3, 1954, at her son's residence, Gon- dola Road, North Nnrrabeen, loved wife of the late James Duncan, and loved mother of Elizabeth (Mrs. E. Morris), William Robb and Ronald Harry, aged 84 years.

FERME, Jackson.-June 3, 1954, at his daughter's residence, 61 Pay- ten Street, Kogarah Bay, beloved husband of the late Marion Ferme, loved father of Isabella Sands and James Ferme (U.S.A.), and dear father-in-law of John and Margaret, aged 82 years.

FISHER, Colin Edward.-May 28 (accidentally killed), South Street, Gunnedah, late of Singleton, Armi- dale, beloved husband of Dawn, lov- ing father of Narelle and Graeme, age 29 years.

FLEW, Hallie Constance Mary.- June 3, 1954, at her residence, Cre- morne, beloved wife of Frank and loved mother of Eric (Ross) and Joan, mother-in-law of Norma and John, and grandmother of baby Gregory. See Saturday's "Herald" for funeral announcement.

FOWLES, Susan Mary.-May 29, widow of the late William Fowles, and dearly loved mother of Mary (Mrs. O. E. Richards) and Willa (Mrs. Graham Crawford). Privately cremated.    

GARSTON-JONES, David, Sub.- Lieut., Royal Navy.-May 12, in England, only son of Lieut.-Cdr. Kenneth Garston-Jones, R.N.V.R., killed while flying, aged 23 years.

GIBBS, Mary Jane.-June 2, at Ashfield, beloved wife of late W. G. Gibbs, of Springwood, beloved mother of Mary (Mrs. Harris, 30 Wetherill Street, Croydon), beloved sister of William (deceased), George (de- ceased), Edith, Cecil, Claude, Lillian, Ida, Ethel, and Allen. Private

funeral.  

HARRIS, Violet Emily.-June 3, 1954, at her residence, The Grange Orchards, Little Hartley, beloved mother of Walter Ralph and Henry Max, aged 80 years.

HENNESSY, James.-June 3, 1954, of 54 Market Street, Wollongong, formerly of Braidwood, beloved hus- band of Ruth and dear father of James, Darcy and John.

HOLLIER, Hermes James.-June 3, 1954, at Nepean District Hospital  , of Nepean Street, Emu Plains, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Ellen,   and loving father of Urbane and Lily (Mrs. Thomas, Penrith), father-in-law of Ivy and Lloyd, and fond grandfather of John, Wilma, Ellen and Noreen, aged 80 years.

HUNT, Milbah Charlotte.-June 3, 1954, at her residence, 15 Mox- ham's Road, Northmead, widow of Aubrey Charles Hunt, and beloved mother of Eric, Marjorie, and Joyce, aged 75 years. For funeral particu- lars see Saturday's "Herald."

JONES, Walter.-June 2, 1954, at Wollongong, formerly of Derribong Avenue, Narromine, beloved husband of Ethel, father of the late Ronald Walter Jones, 2nd Batt., A.I.F., and dear brother of Millie (Mrs. A. McMillen, of 14 Prospect Street, Mt. St. Thomas) and Wilfred Newby, Fairymeadow.

LEWIS, Harry.-June 2, 1954, suddenly, of 22 Anslem Street, En- field, dearly loved husband of Doris May Lewis, and loved father of Harry, fond father-in-law of Sylvia, dear grandfather of Judith, Kerry and Patrick, loved son of Mrs. G. Lewis, dear brother of Arthur, Grace, William, and Thomas, fond son-in- law of Mrs. F. Garnett, and fond uncle of Ruby, aged 56 years. At

rest.

McDERMOTT, Arthur Emmett.- June 3, 1954, at Sydney, dear brother of Charles (deceased), Sis (Mrs. Ecard, deceased), Bert (de- ceased), Ormond Joseph, Dot (Mrs. Chiplin), Frank (deceased), and Eddie. Requicscat in pace.

MacGILLYCUDDY, Henry Gordon. --June 2, 1954, at his residence, 23 James Street, Chatswood, dearly be- loved husband of Margaret and loved father of Conor and Denise.

DEATHS

MARTIN, Clara.-June 2, 1954, at the District Hospital, Bowral, widow of George Allen Martin, of Aylmerton, and beloved mother of Allan (North Queensland), Una (de- ceased) and Stanley (Aylmerton), aged 85 years.

MARTLEW, William Leslie (Bar- ney).-June 2, 1954, at his resi- dence, 7 Rose Terrace, Paddington, dearly beloved husband of Winifred, loved father and father-in-law of Leslie and Rita, Minerva (Mrs. M. Cash), and Fred (deceased), and dear grandfather of their children, aged 75 years. At rest.

MESSEAS, Jeanne.-May 24, 1954, at Minneapolis, Minn., U.S.A., beloved wife (nee Jeanne Verbrug- ghen) of James Messeas.

MURPHY, Catherine Mary.-June 3, 1954, at her residence, Beacons- field Road, Chatswood, beloved wife of Jack and loved mother of Beryl and Keith, aged 61 years.

MURPHY, Catherine Mary.-June 3, 1954, at her residence, 19 Beaconsfield Road, Chatswood, dearly loved sister of Agnes Keith, Jessie Coghlan, and Jean Slade.

MURPHY, Catherine Mary.-June 3, loved grandma of John, Jill, Jennifer, Barbara, Gwenyth, and Keith.      

NOLAN, Percy Leonard.-June 3, 1954, at his residence, Margaret Street, Manly, beloved husband of Irene and loved father of Dorothy and Joyce. For funeral notice see Saturday's "Herald."

O'GRADY, Mary.-June 2, 1954, at her home, 54 Renwick Street, Leichhardt, relict of the late Brian O'Grady, dearly loved mother of Rose, Michael, Mary, Brian, William (deceased), Eileen (Mrs. R. B. Walsh), fond mother-in-law of Kath- leen and Bruce, and grandmother of Josephine, Helen, Kathleen, Sean, Brian, Rosalind, Terry, Patricia and Rita. Requiescat in pace.

PARSONS, Robert.-June 3, 1954, at the Royal North Shore Hospital, beloved husband of May Parsons and father of John, aged 77 years.

PROWSE, James Irwin.-May 18, 1954, Adelong District Hospital, be- loved father of Agnes, Florence, Charles, Richard, and William, in- terred Adelong Cemetery.

ROBERTS, Nellie.-June 3, 1954, at her residence, 35 Renwick Street, Drummoyne, dearly beloved wife of Thomas Roberts and loved mother of Thomas (deceased), Gwendoline (Mrs. R. Andrews), and grandma of Pamela, Judith and Graeme, aged 74 years.

ROBERTS, William Douglas.- June 3, 1954, at his residence, 334 Woodville Road, Guildford, husband of the late Elsie May Roberts, aged 82 years.

ROWE, Ross Rix.-June 3, 1954, of 50 Brighton Boulevarde, North Bondi, formerly of Parramatta, be- loved husband of the late Bridget Therese Rowe, loved father of Vera (Mrs. J. A. Hele, deceased), Clyde, Ross, Josephine (deceased), Nonie (Mrs. J. Butler), Margaret, Jean, Win (Mrs. S. B. Lynch), Mark (2nd A.I.F., Malaya, deceased), and Lucy (Mrs. K. W. Downey), aged 75

years.

ROWE, Thomas William.-June 3,

1954, at his residence, 91 Harris   Street, Harris Park, dearly loved   husband of Essie Rowe, and loved   father of Jean, Dudley, Noel, Ula,   and Valma, and fond brother of

Frank, Sid, and Olive, aged 73 years.   At rest.

RULE, John William.-June 3, 1954, at his residence, Allison Avenue, Lane Cove (suddenly), be- loved husband of Rosa, and loved father of Murray, Joan, Margaret, and Douglas, loved brother-in-law of Ruth and Sid, Paul, and Mrs. R.

Mathie, aged 64 years. With the  

Lord.    

RULE, John William.-June 3,   1954, at his residence, Allison   Avenue, Lane cove (suddenly), loved brother of Annie (Mrs. A. Pearson) and Ella (Mrs. L. Chambers), aged 64 years.

SHYING, Marion Helen. - June 3, 1954, at her daughter's residence,

127 Woolcott Street, Earlwood, be-  

loved wife of the late William George Shying and dear mother of Cassie (Mrs. Mills), Olga (Mrs. Mercer), William, Rona (Mrs. Purcell) and

Joyce, aged 76 years. At rest.  

SONTER (Clarke), Louise. - June 3, 1954, at Sacred Heart Hospice, late of Epping, dearly beloved wife of the late George Sonter and loving mother of Arthur, Frank, Jack and Harold, aged 85 years. For funeral notice see Saturday's "Herald."

STEEL, Catherine Johanna Corbet. -June 2, 1954, of Lindfield, beloved

wife of the late Robert Samuel Steel   and loved mother of Agnes, Christina,   Robert, Ernest, Thomas, James and   Catherine, grandmother of Peter,   Shirley, Robert and Elizabeth, aged   83 years. Privately cremated.

TALLENTIRE, Walter Gibson.—   May 28, 1954, late of 8 Kahibah   Road, Mosman, dearly loved father of Gladys, William, Charles, and Leonard, aged 86 years. Requiescat

in pace. Privately interred May 31,   1954.  

WILLIAMS, George Henry.-June

3, 1954, at his residence, 255 Rag-   lan Street, Balmoral Beach, dearly loved husband of the late Marian Frances Williams and loved father of Mabel (Mrs. J. W. Simpson), Gwen (dec.), Edna (Mrs. E. B. Moore),

Marjorie (Mrs. F. Stevens), Roy   (dec.), and Harold, aged 87 years.

WILLIAMSON, Mabel Jane.-June   4, 1954, at Prince Henry Hospital,   of 5 Villiers Street, Kensington, be-   loved wife of George and dearly

loved mother of Paul, aged 56 years.  

Requiescat in pace.  

IN MEMORIAM

ANGUS.-In loving memory of my dear daughter and our sister, Phil (Sister) who passed away June 4, 1941. Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brother. R.I.P.

ARKINSTALL.-In loving memory

ol my dear wile, Annie, passed away , June 4, 1939. Never forgotten by .

Ern.

ASHE.-In loving memory of my   dear husband. James Reade, who   passed away June 4, 1949. Sadly   missed by wife, Veronica.

BRAND.-In loving memory of our

dear father and father-in-law, Walter  

Henry, who departed this life June   4, 1952. Always remembered and sadly missed. Ruby and Paul.

BRETT.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Walter, and our dear father, who passed away June 4. 1948. Inserted by his wife, son, daughter-in-law. daughter, son-in law, and grandchildren.

BROWN..-Treasured memories of my dear husband and our father, James, who passed away June 4, 1937. Remembered always by his wife, Bill, and daughters Eve, Ede, and Marjorie.

BROWN.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Ellen.

A golden memory silently kept Of one I will never forget.

Always remembered by her son, Bluey.

IIKUCE.-In memory of our dear friend. Maude, who died June 4, 1950. Always remembered by David, Gladys Evans.

CAMPBELL.-In loving memory of my dear daughter and sister, Peggy, who passed away June 4, 1953.

Too young to die

But God thought best To take you home,

Tn give you rest.

Inserted by her mother, brothers and sisters and aunt, Harriet.

CAMPBELL.-In loving memory of our dear sister, sister-in-law and auntie. Peggy, who passed away June 4. 1953.

A silent thought, a secret tear, Always wishing you were herc.

Inserted by Fraser, Marjorie and

Lucille.

CLARK.-In loving memory ol my dear wife nnd mother. Mary, passed away dunc 4, 1946. Sadly missed by her loving husband and son, Frank.

COOK.-In loving memory of our dear dad and pa. Henry Colin, who passed away June 2, 1946. Vere, Mais, Ron, Lyn.

CRIPPS.-Treasured memories of our dearest daughter Bnd sister, Betty, who fell asleep June 4, 1945. Loved and remembered by George, Pop, Ccc and Jose.

DEWICK.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother. Ellen, who passed away June 4, 1950.

There ls a beautiful star In heaven,

That glitters and softly gleams,

That star is my wonderful wife and

our dear mother.

The beautiful pride of our dreams. Inserted by her loving husband and her sons and daughter, Thomas. Franklin, Hilda, Les, Margie and grandchildren.

DYER.-lu fond memory of Neville, accidentally killed June 4, 1946. Always remembered, Ted.

FRANKLAND.-Iii loving memory of our dear father and grandtather, Richard Arthur, who passed away June 4, 1953.

A little token, true and tender.

Just to show wc still remember.

Always remembered by his loving son. Arthur, daughter-in-law, Vera, grandchildren, Betty, Shirley, Arthur, and great grandchildren, Warren, Barry and Beverly.

FRANKLAND.-Everlasting mem- ories of my dear lather, Richard Arthur, whom God called home suddenly June 4, 1953.

One sad year ot longing,

For dad wc loved and lost.

Onlv those who- loved dad dearly

Know what the parting cost. Wc think of dad in silence.

No eyes . ' us weep,

But deep 'il our hearts

Dad's 'ul memory will

always .

Sadly missed uy lils loving daugh- ter. Lily, son-in-law, Bill Murphy.

FRANKLAND.-Treasured mem- ories of my dear father and father in-law, Richard Arthur, who passed away suddenly, June 4, 1953.

What happy days we have enjoyed

When were were all together.

But now how sad and changed it is

Since you have gone forever. We could not hnve you always.

And parting had to be.

But our happy days together.

Arc our cherished memories.

Loved and longed for always by lils loving dnughter. Marina (Peggy), and son-in-law, Perce Gorman,

FRANKLAND.-In loving memory of my dear father and grandfather, who passed away June 4, 1953.

A tender chord of memory

Is sadly touched to-day.

Thoughts of you."dear pa,

Will never fade away.

Never forgotten by his loving daughter, Maggie, son-in-law. Charlie. Gloria and Hap.

FRANKLAND.-Sweet and happy memories of our dear pa, Richard Arthur, whom God wanted suddenly June 4, 1953.

We have lost,

Heaven has gained, The best pa

The world contained.

Never to bc forgotten by his de- voted grandchildren, Elaine, Ron and Maureen.

GREEN.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Barnabus Uzziel, passed away June 4, 1953. Sadly missed by wife, daughters, Hazlet, Dorothy, and ion. Bernard.

TN MEMORIAM

GULLEN.-Treasured memories of our dear husband and father, Elward, killed on June 4. 1953. How little we thought when we woke

that morn,

Of the sorrow the day would bring, Little we knew at the close of the

day.

We would feel death's cruel sting. You left us suddenly,

Your lost thoughts unknown. But you left us memories,

We are proud to own.

Sadly missed by Ivy and Les.

GULLEN.-Treasured memories of our dad. called Home June 4, 1953.

One year has passed away, I

Yet love and grief remain, In life we loved you dearly.

In death we do the same. Your end was so sudden.

You made us weep and cry.

But the saddest part of all, dad,

you didn't say goodbye.

Always remembered. Dot, Doug, Elward.

GULLEN'.-In loving memory of our dear dad, who passed away Jun» 4, 1953.

Always a smile, never a frown,

Always at hand when one was

down,

Always thoughtful, true and kind,

What a wonderful memory he left

behind.

Sadly missed by Grace and Dick.

GULLEN..-Treasured memories of our uncle, Elward, who fell asleep June 4. 1953.

A beautiful life come to an end.

He died as he lived, everyone's

friend.

A cheery smile, a henrt of gold,

The dearest uncle this world could

hold.

Remembered always by Keith and Betty.

GULLEN.-In loving memory of our mate, brother-in-law and uncle, Elward Harold, accidentally killed June 4. 1953. Always remembered by

Matt, Lily and Lois. j

GULLEN.-Treasured memories of our dear friend, whom God called home June 4. 1953. Ever remem- bered. Mr. and Mrs. West and Keith.

GULLEN*.-In fond memory of Elwood, killed on June 4, 1953. Always remembered by Em and Harry.

GULLEN.-In' loving memory of Elward, who passed away June 4, 1953. Always remembered by Wiltie,

Nell and family. j

HAND.-Loving memories of my dear father, passed away June 4. 1921. Emmie.

HEFFORD.-Treasured memories]

of my dear wife and our darling mother and grandma. Neille, passed away, June 4. 1949.

Wc do not need a special day,

Our loved one's In our hearts to stay.

Sadly missed by her loving hus- band and family.

HICKSON.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Edith May. passed away June 4. 1925: also my dad. John Frederick, pnssed away Decem- ber 4. 1939 Always remembered by their loving daughter, Edith, son in-law. Harold, grandchildren. Bon. Pat, Keith. Charl.

IIOOTON.-In loving memory of my dear husband and father, John (Pop), passed away June 4, 1949, Inserted by wife and family.

JOHNSON.-In loving memory of my dear husband, father, father-in law, and grandfather. Samuel, died June 4, 1943. Deep In our hearts your memory is kept, to cherish, to love, nnd never forget. Inserted by his loving wife nnd fnmily.

JORDAN.-Ever in our thoughts, deep In our henrts arc loving memo- ries of my dear mother, passed away June 4 1942. Alwnys remembered by loving daughter, Allie, son-in law. George.

LOWE.-In lovln'g memory of our denr mother, Agnes Georgina, who fell asleep June 4, 1939. Inserted by her loving daughters, Annie and Bella.

MCINTYRE.-In memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 6, 1946. Remembered by Ron and

Doris.

MCKENZIE.-Fondest memories, mum, passed away. June 4. 1953. Sadly missed. Andrew, Thelma, family.

MAGNUSSON.-Treasured mem- ories of my dear son. Clifford, who passed away June 4, 1952.

Sunshine passes, shadows fall, Loving memories outlast all.

Sadly missed by his loving father. OLSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother nnd grandmother, Mary Ellen, who passed away June 4, 1953. Always remembered by daugh- ter. Kate, Percy and family.

OLSON.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Ellen, who passed away June 4, 1953. Always remem- bered by her daughter. Lil. son-in law, Duke, and grandchildren, Lil nnd George.

OLSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Mary Ellen, who passed away June 4, 1953.

A thought for to-day. A memory forever.

Inserted by her loving daughter. Winnie, son-in-law. Harold, and family.

OLSON.-Mary Ellen, .passed away June 4, 1953.

Those who have a mother

Should give her every care,

For when she has passed away

You have a vacant chair.

Sadly missed by her daughter, Mary.

OST1N.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who died June 4. 1952. Sadly missed by her family and all those who loved her.

OSTIN.-In loving memory of Mamma Ostin. Always remembered by the Bennett brothers and sisters.

O'TOOLE.-Treasured memories of our mum and my dear wife, Grace. As the wheel of time turns slowly by Our memories of you, mum, will

never die.

Always remembered by dnd, Tom, Grace, Bett, Ruth, Nell, Mill, Frank. Bern, Pat nnd Mon.

PITT.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Bill, passed away June 4, 1952, Always remembered by his wife, Lottie, and family, Tom and Emily.

PON.-In treasured memories of my dear wife and our mother, Kum Moy, who pnssed away June 4. 1953. Always remembered by loving hus- band, Cyril, and children. Alan. Clem. Hugh. June nnd Betty.

PON.-Fondest memories of our dear sister-in-law and aunt, Kum Moy, who passed awny June 4, 1953. Sndly missed by Ida, Charles, Mabel, Arthur. Hilda, Marcus, Enid, Hownrd and Celeste.

ROBERTSON.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, James Kenneth, passed away June 4. 1953.

Deep In our henrts

A memory ls kept, Of one we all loved.

And will never forget.

Alwnys remembered by his loving wife and fnmily.

ROBERTSON.-In loving memory

of Billie, pnssed away June 4, 1948.

To her memory ever dear.

Inserted by loving husband. Harry, son. Brinn, mother, godmother.

ROBSON.-Helen Mnry. Lovingly remembered by her mother and father, sen. Dnvld. husbnnd. Les, Mrs. J. H. Robson, and brothers and sisters. Our thoughts ore ever of her.

RUSSELL.-In loving remembrance of mv dear wife nnd our mother nnd nonna. Catherine Mnry. died June 4, 1953. Never forgotten.

RYAN.-In loving memory of my darling husbnnd. Jack, who passed away suddenly June 4. 1952, late A.I.F.

Cherished are the memories Of one I loved so dear...

Inserted by his loving wife. Kath-

leen.

SANNE.-In loving memory of my beloved wife. Rene Constance, who passed away June 4, 1953. Until wc meet ngnln, sweetheart.

SANNE.-Fond memories of our dear sister nnd nunt. Rene, who pnssed awny June 4, 1953. Always remembered by Betty, Wesley. John, Lilln. Joyce nnd Lorna.

SANNE.-Treasured memories of our denr friend, Rene, who passed awny (suddenly) on June 4, 1953. Always remembered by Cecil, Berrie and Denise.

STEEL.-In loving memory of my dcor wife mid mother, Ann Elizabeth, departed this life June 5, 1950. Silent thoughts, secret tears, wishing you were here. Inserted by husband. Jack, son, Jock, daughter-in-law.

Norma.

TAYLOR.-Syd., sad thoughts to dnv. but beautiful memories of denr dadn, who fell nsleop June 4. 1948. I Softlv the leaves of memory fall,

Sllcntlv we gather them nil.

I Inserted by his loving dnughter, ¡Jenn. Bob. Robyn. Richard.

TAYLOR.-In loving memory ol our dear dad. who passed away June 4. 1948. A silent thought, a secret tenr, always wishing you were here. Joyce.

TAYLOR.-Loving memories ol rind. Sadly missed. Maisie and Lily.

THORBURN.-In loving memorj of my dear wife nnd mother ol Robert and Denis, passed away June 4. 1953.

WARE.-In respectful memory ol llour late fellow worker, John Ware, :27 Adah Street, South Granville.

Tally Clerks, Shipping Section. Syd-

ney.

WEBB.-In loving memory of m> denr wife, Clnudlnc, nnd our lovlns mother, who pnssed awny June 4

1949.

Not lust to-day but every dny In silence wc sndly remember.

Inserted by her loving husbnnd and daughters, Sybil and Iris.

WEST.-In memory of Robcrl Cnldcr West, passed away June 5 1933. Inserted by his loving wit« nnd family.

WYBORN.-In loving memory ol mv dear husband and our father John, died June 4. 1951.

Thc tears in our eyes do not glisten,

Our face is not always sad.

But God alone knows how wc lone

for

That wonderful husband and dnd Sndly missed by his loving wife, sons, dnughter. son-ln-Inw. and grandson.

YELL AND.-In loving memory ol my dear husbnnd and father, Harry Yelland, who passed away June 4, 1953. Inserted by his loving wife, Mary, and fnmily. Alwnys In om henrts._ ! ON ACTIVE SERVICE

?j PURVIS.-In loving memory of oui

¡denr son, Gunner Robert C., jQX21043, died June 4, 1945, P.O.W., ' Sandakan, Borneo. Inserted by his

¡loving parents. Charles and Sylvie.

PURVIS.-Gnr. Robt. C., dlec P.O.W., Sandakan, 1945. Cherished

RETURN THANKS

Mrs. FORD and GORDON, of "The Manse." Cobden, Victoria, wish to THANK all friends who sent mes- sages during their recent loss ane sorrow. All were very much appreci- ated.

FUNERALS  

AUBIN.-The Relative» »ni Mena»

of the late AUGUSTA MARIA AUBIN, of 645 Pittwater Road, Deewhy, are kindly invited Io attend her Funeral: to leave, the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints,

21 Pernell Street. Enmore, after a| service commencing at 9.45. o'clock To-morrow (Saturday) Morning, for the Independent Portion of Rook-

wood Cemetery.

BELLAMY.- The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Eliza Bellamy and daughter, Thelma, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and her fond Father, ALBERT ARTHUR; to leave our Chapel, 4 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This Friday, after ser- vice commencing at 1.30 p.m., for Woronora Crematorium. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED, LU1335.

BOSCO.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Annunziata Bosco and Family and Mr. and Mrs, Desider Bosco and Family are invited to at- tend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Husband, Father, Father-in law, Brother, Brother-in-law. and Uncle, FRANCIS JOSEPH BOSCO; which will leave St. Therese Church. Coward Street. Mascot, This

Afternoon, after prayers commenc-

ing at 3 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Botany. Requiem Mass lor the repose ol his soul will be celebrated at 6.45 a.m.

JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A, 172 Redlern Street. Rediern.

Phone, MX2315 (2 lines).

BROWN.-Tile Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. V. Brown, of 22 Gannon Street, Tempe, and of Mr. and Mrs. N. Brown and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father, Father-in-law and Grand- father, NORMAN ALEXANDER BROWN, which will leave our Pri- vate Chapel, Seven Ways. Rock- dale, This Friday, at 1.15 p.m., for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Rook-wood. J. C. HARDY, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville.

BUCHAN.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late ALICE FLORENCE BUCHAN, of 90 Payten Avenue, Punchbowl, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave George Andrews' Funcrol Home, 237 Liver- pool Road, Ashfield, This Day, at 11.10 a.m., lor the Rookwood Crematorium.

BURKE.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late ANNIE BURKE, late of Pendle Hill and Dry Plain, Adamin- aby, are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave the Parra- matta Funeral Home, 32 Darcy Street, Parramatta, This Day at 10.30 a.m. for the Catholic Ceme- tery, North Rocks.

CHARLES INNES Si SON, A.F.D.A.

YL9259.

CALDWELL.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. R. F. Caldwell and Kay, of 77 Park Road, Kogarah Bay, are invited to attend the Fune- ral of his dearly loved Wife and her dear Mother, CAROLE ANN CALDWELL, which will leave our private Chapel, Seven Ways, Rock- dale, This (Friday) Morning after service commencing at 10 o'clock, for the Church of England Ceme- tery, Rookwood. J.C. HARDY, A.F.D.A., Rochdale and Hurstville.

CARR.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Trewin, of Maroubra, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother-in-

law and Mother, NELLIE CARR,

Service to commence 10.45 a.m., This Day, Holy Trinity Church, Kingsford.

CHAPMAN.-The Relatives and  

Friends of the late JAMES ED- WARD CHAPMAN, of 38 Pine Road, Auburn, are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave my private mortuary chapel, 2a Auburn Road, Auburn, This Day. at 1.30 p.m.. for the Crematorium, Rook- wood.

REGINALD W. HILTON,

Funeral Director,

2a Auburn Road,

YX7850, Auburn.

CHERRY.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cherry, and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Munro are informed that the Funeral of their late dearly loved Mother and Mother-in-law, Mrs. ANNIE ELIZABETH CHERRY, of 31 Torrington Road, Maroubra,

leave St. Mary's Church, Malabar Road, South Coogee, This (Friday) Morning, after Requiem Mass com- mencing at 9 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Manly. W. N. BULL PTY LTD. Telephone. LA2858.

CLAYDON.-The Relatives and Friends of the late ERNEST SID- NEY CLAYDON are invited attend his Funeral: to leave

Andrew's Church, corner of Parra-

matta and Concord Roads, Strath- field, This Afternoon, after a service

commencing at 1.15 o'clock, for the

Church of England Cemetery, North- ern Suburbs.

WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A.,

Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676. LM1458-9.

CLIFFORD.-The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. ETHEL,

BLANCHE CLIFFORD, of Padding- ton, are informed that her Funeral will leave our Chapel, 164 King Street, Newtown, This (Friday) Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Botany. W. N. BULL PTY. LTD. Telephone. LA2858.

COUTTS.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Davies and of M. and Mrs. J. Mylchreest, and their Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Mother, Mother-in-law and Grandmother, SOPHIA FORBES COUTTS, of 8 Linwood Avenue, Bexley, which will leave our pri- vate Chapel, Seven Ways, Rockdale, To-morrow (Saturday) Morning after service commencing at 9 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Woro-

nora. J. and C. HARDY, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville.

DAVEY.-Requiem Mass for the Re-

pose of the soul of the late Mrs. ELLEN DAVEY will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Church, Belmore, This Morning, at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the church immediately after Mass for the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. By request no flowers.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 24 North Parade, Campsie.

Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

DEVENISH-MEARES.-The Funeral

of the late Mrs. MARY ANNA DEVENISH-MEARES, of Wollstone- craft, will leave St. Thomas' Church, West Street, North Sydney, This Day, after service commencing at 1.15 p,m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

DIBLEY.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mrs. MARGARET DIBLEY, are kindly invited to attend her Funeral; to leave Our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Morning, at 9 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Woronora.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown,

Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

DOOHAN.-Requiem Mass for the

reposo of the soul of the late Mrs. MARY DOOHAN of 97 Hargrave Street, Paddington, will be cele- brated at St. Francis' Church. Paddington, This Morning, at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the church This Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Waverley Cemetery. By request no flowers.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS,

240 Oxlord Street Paddington. 'Phone LA2777 (4 lines).  

DOOHAN.-The Relatives and  

Friends of Mr. James Doohan and Jim and Mr. Charles Doohan and

Family, are kindly invited to attend  

the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their loved Mother and   Aunt. MARY DOOHAN: to leave   St. Francis' Church, Paddington,  

This Afternoon at 1.30 o'clock, for   the Waverley Cemetery. By request  

no flowers.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS,  

240 Oxford Street, Paddington,  

Phone LA2777 (4 lines).  

DUNCAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELSPETH GOWAN DUNCAN  

of Narrabeen, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chats- wood. This Day, after service com- mencing at 11.30 a.m.. for the Northern Suburbs crematorium.

FERME.-The Friends of Mr. and  

Mrs. J. W. Sands and of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ferme are invited to at- tend the Funeral of their beloved Father and Father-in-law, JACK- SON FERME, of 61 Payten Street Kogarah Bay, which will leave our private Chapel, Seven Ways, Rock- dale, To-morrow (Saturday) Morn- ing alter service commencing at 10.45 o'clock, for the Crematorium,

Woronora. J. and C. HARDY, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville.

FISHER.-The Funeral of the late   HAROLD EDWARD FISHER, late  

I 2/9th Batta., A.I.P.. - will leavi

our chapel, corner Orchard Road and Brown Street, Chatswood, This Friday, after Service commencing at 9.45 a.m.. for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED, JA1065

FOREMAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. WINIFRED GLADYS FORE- MAN, of Niagara Park, will take

place at Northern Suburbs Crema- torium, To-morrow (Saturday), at 11 a.m.

R. H. CREIGHTON,

Central Coast Funeral Service

Pty. Ltd., Gosford. GOLDER.-The Relatives are  

Friends of the late Mrs. MARY SUSANNA GOLDER are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Chapel, 7 Norton Street, Leich- hardt, This Friday, after service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for Waverley Cemetery.

FUNERALS HARRIS.-The Relatives and friends

of the late VIOLET EMILY HARRIS, of the Orange Orchards, Little Hartley, are respectfully re- quested to attend her Funeral; to leave her late residence, after a service commencing at 2 p.m. This Day (Friday), for intcrrment in the Little Hartley Cemetery.

WOOD and WOOD, A.F.D.A.,

Funeral Directors.   Phone. Lithgow 44.

HENNESSY.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. James Hennessy and Family, of 54 Market Street. Wollongong, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their dear Father; to leave

Parsons' Funeral Parlour. To- morrow, Saturday, at 2 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Wollongong. H. PARSONS, Funeral Director,

Wollongong.

HOLLIER.-The Relatives and Friends of the late Mr. HERMES JAMES HOLLIER, of Nepean Street, Emu Plains, are respectfully in- vited to attend his Funeral: which is appointed to leave our Parlours, 480 High Street, Penrith, This Friday, after a service commencing at 11 o'clock, for the Methodist Cemetery, Emu Plains.

JOHN PRICE & SON,

Penrith. B020. JONES.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late HAROLD JONES (late of Griffith) are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave Jos- eph Medcalf's Funeral Chapel, 172 Redfern Street, Redfern, To-morrow Morning (Saturday), at 10 o'clock, for the Northern Suburbs Crema- torium.

JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A., 172 Redfern Street, Redfern.

Phone. MX2315 (2 lines).

JONES.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Ethel Jones, of Derribong Avenue, Narromine, are invited to attend the Funeral service of her beloved Husband, WALTER JONES, which will be held at Woronora Crematorium This Frldny at 11.45

a.m.

H. PARSONS, Funeral Director,

Wollongong.

LEWIS.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Doris May Lewis and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their loved Father, Father-in-law and Grandfather, HARRY LEWIS: to leave St. Thomas' Church, Enfield To- morrow (Saturday) Morning after service commencing ot 9.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS,

24 North Parade, Campsie. 'Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

McDERMOTT.-Requiem Mass for the

repose of the soul of the late Mr. ARTHUR EMMETT MCDERMOTT will be celebrated at Our Lady's Chapel, St. Patrick's Church, Church Hill, This (Friday) Morning, at 9 o'clock. The funeral will leave the Chapel after Mass for Botany Cemetery. W. N. BULL PTY LTD. T

MacGILLYCUDDY.-The Funeral of

the late HENRY GORDON Mac- GILYCUDDY, of Chatswood, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street,. Chatswood. This Day, after servier commencing at 8.15 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crema- torium. ERNEST ANDREWS Chatswood JA2A34.

MARTIN.-The Funeral of the late CLARA MARTIN will leave St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong, after service commencing at 2 p.m. This Day (Friday) for Rowe's Hill Cemetery.

G. BEAVAN, Bowral.

MARTLEW.-The Relatives and Friends of the late WILLIAM LES- LIE (BARNEY) MARTLEW, of 7 Rose Terrace, Paddington, are in- vited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Kinsela Chapels, Taylor Square. Darlinghurst, To-morrow (Satur- day), at 11 a.m., for the Rook- wood Crematorium.

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A..

' Est. 1830. FA4136.

MOSS.-The Funeral of the late ROBERT HENRY MOSS, of Iron- bark Road, Mangrove Mountain, will take place at Northern Suburbs Cre- matorium, This Day. at 2.30 p.m.

R. H. CREIGHTON,

Central Coast Funeral Service

Pty. Ltd.. Gosford.

MURPHY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. CATHERINE MARY MUR- PHY, of Chatswood, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, This Day, after service commencing at 2.45 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium,

NORTH ASH.-The Funeral of the

late Archdeacon EGERTON AUGUS- TINE NORTH ASH will leave St.

Augustine's Church of England. Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay. To-day (Friday), after service commencing at 11 a.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

O'GRADY.-Requiem Mass for the

repose of the soul of the late MARY O'GRADY will be celebrated at St. Columba's Church, North Leich- hardt, This (Friday) Morning, at 6.30 o'clock.

The Funeral will leave the Church after Prayers at 9.45 o'clock for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood.

PARSONS.-The Friends of the late ROBERT PARSONS, of 132 Blue's Point Road, McMahon's Point, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel, 281- 3 Pacific Highway, near West Street, North Sydney, This Friday. after   a service commencing at 10 a.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. BRUCE MAURER XA1034 North Sydney XB1542.

ROBERTS.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Thomas Roberts and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Wife, Mother, Mother-in-law and Grandmother, NELLIE ROBERTS, which will leave her late residence, 35 Renwick Street, Drummoyne, This Morning at 10 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Field of Mars.

JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A., 172 Redfern Street, Redfern,

'Phone. MX2315 (2 lines).

ROBERTS.-The Relatives and Friends of the late WILLIAM DOUGLAS ROBERTS are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Luke's Church of England, Liver- pool, This Friday after service com- mencing at 2.45 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Liver- pool.

METCALFE & MORRIS Pty. Ltd., A.F.D.A., Parramatta. YL8891. ROWE.-The Relatives and Friends  

of the late THOMAS WILLIAM ROWE are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Our Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn, This Morning, at 10.50 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 121 Rawson Street, Auburn.

Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

RULE.-Thc Funeral of the late

JOHN WILLIAM RULE, of Lane Cove, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomns Street, Chntswood, To- morrow, Saturday, after service commencing at 9 a.m., for Northern Suburbs Cemetery.  

SHYING.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mrs. MARION HELEN SHYING are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Chapel, 23 Enmore Road, Newtown (To- morrow), Saturday, after service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood.

T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A..

Phone. LA2373. etc.

WADE.-The Relatives and Friend:  

of the late ROBERT WADE are in- vited to attend his Funernl: to leave St. Andrew's Church of Eng- land, Summer Hill. This Day. after service commencing at 10.30 a.m. for Rookwood Crematorium.

T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.,

Phones, I.A2873. etc. A.F.D.A WARE.--The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Dorothy Ware of 27 Adat Street, South Granville, and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her late dearly loved Husband, their dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, JOHN WARE: to leave the Church of the Holy Family, South Granville, This Day, after prayers commencing at 9.15 a.m.,

for the Catholic Cemetery, Rook- wood. Mortuary No. 3. Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul will be celebrated at 7 a.m.

A. F. ANDERSON PTY. LTD.,

corner of South Street and Diamond

Avenue, Granville. YU1533.

WHITE.-The Relatives and Friends  

of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH WHITE, of 132 Manchester Road, Miranda, are kindly invited ti attend her Funeral: to leave Our Private Chapel, 2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This Afternoon at 2.45 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Woronora.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS,

2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville.

Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

WILLIAMS.-The Relatives and  

Friends of the late GEORGE HENRY WILLIAMS, of 255 Raglan Street, Balmoral Beach, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Scots' Kirk, Belmont Road, Mos- man, To-morrow, Saturday, after service commencing at 9.45 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs Cemetery. MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED

A.F.D.A.,

389 Pacific Highway. Crow's Nest.

Tele. XB4015-6.

WILLIAMSON.-The Relatives and

Friends of the late MABEL JANE WILLIAMSON, of 5 Villiers Street, Kensington, are kindly invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary Kensington. This Friday at 2.30 p.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Bot-

any. ANDREW KENNEDY, A.F.D.A.., 436 Anzac Pde, Kingsford, FF3880.

BEATRICE STEWART, Florist. 112

King St, city. Wreaths, etc. Phone BWS588: after hours, JA2057.

HORTON'S Wreaths, Floral Tributes

4 Rawson Place, city. MA4672.

SEARL'S, 104 King St: Wreaths Crosses, Casket Covers, all Tributes, BW8975; after hours, WM3433.

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