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COLLINS.-August 17. at Merriwa District Hospital, to Pauline and Barney-a son (Paul Michael).
CONNOR (nee Whiting).-At Broken Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. George Connor-a daughter (Catherine).
DWYER (nee Ryan).-August 19, »t St. Margaret's private hospital, Darlinghurst, to Margaret and Jack -a daughter (Margaret Mary);
DYSON (nee Chapman).-August 20, at Crown Street Hospital, to Joyce and Bert-a son (Colin James).
FITZGERALD.-August 14. at St. Margaret's Hospital, to Zyta and Bill -a daughter (Diane).
HOWE.-July 30. at the Dubbo Base Hospital, to Heather and Noel a daughter (Carol Ann).
JACKSON (nee Hutton).-August 9. Hickman House, Wollongong, to Enid and John-a son (Ora erne John).
LAIRD.-August 12, at Canberra. Jp Patricia and John-a son (Ian Robert). .
NEWTON (nee Oakey).-August 6, at Lismore, to Prance and Max-a «on (Kenneth Maxwell).
O'DONNELL (nee Toohey).--Aug- ust 19, 1953, at Manly District pri- vate hospital, to Joan and Tom-a son (Anthony Septimus).
PENNO.-August 18, at Crown Street, to Hazel and Alf-a son (Douglas Roderick).
PIDDINGTON.-August 19. at St. Monan's Hospital, Cremorne, to Nancy and Jack-a daughter.
STODDART.-August 19, at King George V. to Val and Gerald-a son (Garv McDonald).
TULETT (nee Bradwell).-August 19. at Crown St - a son (Peter).
WALL.-August 14. at Manly Maternity Hospital, to Lola and David-a daughter (Noni Elizabeth).
VIVERS-THROSBY.-The En- gagement ls announced of Judith Margaret Campbell, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Throsby, of Moss Vale, to William Leigh, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vivers, of King's Plains. Olen Innes.
AMBBOSOLI, Mary Amelia.-Aug- ust 19. 1953, at a private hospital, Kingsford, of 116 Milton Street, Ash- field, relict of the late Francis Angelo Ambrosoll and dearly loved mother of Prank, Alai (deceased), and Nor- man, aged 73 years. Requlescat In pace.
ANGUS. Isabella.-August 20, 1953 at her ion's residence, 28 Harold Street,. Matraville, aged 88 years. For funeral , see Saturday's "Herald."
ANNESLEY, Arthur Gordon.-Aug- ust 20, 1953, of 67 Macleay Street, Potts Point dearly beloved-husband of Ivy Amelia. At rest.
ARIANSEN, Donald Ellis.-August 20. 1953 (result of railway accident), late of 2nd 27th Batt., A.I.F., be- loved husband of Dorothy Arlansen and loved father of Kenneth, Ray- mond, Paul, and Btephen, aged 30 years. At rest.
ARMSTRONG, Christopher Ernest. August 20, 1953, at Halloween, Raglan, via Bathurst, loved brother of Edith (Mrs. Taylor, Halloween, Kaglan), Mrs. Walker (Strathfield), and Mrs. Goudge (Seaforth), aged 73 years.
BARTLETT. Ernest Everett. August 20, 1953, at his residence, 7 Norval Street, Auburn, beloved husband of Eunice and loving father of Gwen, Winsome, and Ken (de- ceased), aged 53 years. At rest.
BREMNER, Florence Adelaide. August 20, .1953, at a rest home, oí 147 West Street, Hurstville, dearly loved mother ot Florence and Ray- mond, aged 81 years. At rest.
BURNS, Robert James.-August 19, 1953; at Hornsby Hospital, of 50 Pacific Highway, Waitara, dearly loved husband of Ella Burns, and loved father of Helen, aged 45 years.
BUTTERS, Annie Elizabeth.— August 19, 1953, at her residence, Johnson Road, Bargo, beloved wife of Albert Butters and dear mother of Harold, Ivy, Vena, and Roy, aged 70 years.
CAMPBELL, Caroline.—August 19, 1953, at her home, Deewhy, relict of Alexander Hamilton Campbell, be- loved mother of Enid (Mrs. Single- ton, deceased), Hamilton, Forbes, Ian (killed in action), Bruce, Nina (Mrs. Melandre) and Lois. At rest.
CARROLL, James Edward Denis. —August 20, 1953, at his residence, 80 Old Prospect Road, Wentworth- ville, late of Lithgow, ex-Inspector of Police, dear husband of Winifred, fond father of Elizabeth (Beth), Winifred, Patricia (Sister M. Lucia), Frank, and Clair, aged 63 years.
CASEY, Johanna.—August 18, 1953, at hospital, late of 14 Talbot Street, Guildford, loved mother of Mollie, Edward, William, John (de- ceased), and Arthur, aged 86 years. R.I.P. Privately interred, Rookwood cemetery.
CROW, James.—August 19, 1953, at hospital, beloved husband of Margaret and loved father of Jean, Muriel, and Enid. Privately in-
DUSHAK, Lucy.—August 19, 1953, at Gloucester House, Camperdown.
EGGLESTON, Alice Muriel. — August 18, 1953, at Prince Henry Hospital, late of 44 Wallace Street, Kingsford, aged 67 years. Privately cremated.
EGGLESTON, John Allan.—August
15, 1953, at his residence, Cumnock (suddenly), beloved husband of Emily, brother of Hannah, Gertrude, and father of Nina, Jean, Catherine, Al- lan, Robert, William, Kenneth, Geoffrey, aged 77 years. At rest.
ENGLAND, Harry Francis (Bob). -August 20, 1953, at his residence. 153 Victoria Street. Ashfield, dearly loved husband of Esther England, stepfather of Joan (Mrs. F. Smith), James and John Eyers and loving son of Annie England and dear brother of Herbert England. Nellie (Mrs. Makin, of Brisbane), and Edith (Mrs. A. Tlncknell). aged 35 years. At rest.
FLETCHER, Gerald Valentine. - August 20, 1953, at his residence. 3 Ducross Street, Petersham, dearly loved husband ot Jean Fletcher and dear brother ot Flo (Mrs. Crlsten son) and James, iond uncle of Jim. aged 66 years. At rest.
FLETCHER. Gerald Valentine. August 20, 1953, at his residence, 3 Ducross Street, Petersham, loved brother of James, fond brother-in law of Kate, and beloved uncle pf Jim and Kathleen, need Ü6 years. At
^GILDER, Frank Sherrinirlon Mor-
rell (late 1st A.I.F.).-August 20, 1953, at 6 Gullloyle Avenue. Double Bay. much loved husband of
GREEN, John.-August 20, 1953, Bt his residence. 48 Stafford Street, Stanmore, dearly loved husband ol Ada. Green and loved father of Glad and Dawn and dear pa of Margaret, aged 75 years. R.I.P. _ . . .
HANSON, William Frederick. August 20, 1953, at his residence, 123 Pitt Street, Merrylands, dearly loved husband of Gladys, loving father of Tony, Shirley, Terry, and Lindsay, loved son of Alice, and dear brother of Jean, Alec, Clare, Alice, Fred, Peg, and Bert, aged 42 years. For funeral arrangements see Saturday's "Herald."
HARE, Robert.-August 20, 1953, at his home. Strone Avenue. Wah ' roonga, dearly beloved husband of Henrietta and loving father of Reuben, Eric, Ruth, Robert and
Ednid and their families, aged 94
HATCHETT, Cissie.-August 20, 1953. at St. Vincent's Hospital, ot 48 High Street, Carlton, dearly loved wife of Walter John Hatchett, loved mother ot Frederick, dear mother in-law of Florence, and grandmother ol Kay and John, aged 66 years.
HINDMARSH, Robert Rhuban. August 20 1953, at Sydney Hospi- tal, of 7 Norfolk Street , Liverpool, beloved husband of Ivy Matilda and loving father of Ronald and Bruce, aged 65 years. At rest.
"HOWARD. Mary Ann,-August 19, 1953 (suddenly), at her residence. 112 Beaconsfield Road. Chatswood, beloved wife of the late John Stephen Howard, ot Roma, Queensland, loved mother of Carmen Moma. Brian and Gay Requlescat In pace. Funeral Brisbane,' Saturday. ?
JACKSON, Dorothy Clementine. August 19. 1953, beloved wife ot Edward Jackson, loved sister of Nance (Mrs; A. Griffiths). Claude and Reginald Stanwix. aged 53 years. R.I.P. JACKSON, John Thomas Dignam. -August 20. 1953, late of Oberon, dearly beloved husband of Ada and loved father and father-in-law of Martha and Ossie (Mr. and Mrs. O. Ryanhart) William and Kathleen, Richard, Elvera and Lal (Mr. and Mrs. L. Turner), Thomas and Olga, and dear grandfather of their child- ren, aged 75 years. R.I.P.
JOHN. William.-August 20, 1953. at his residence. 105 Darley Road, Randwick, dearly loved husband of
A?SS lovedI father of Robert and Richard, dear son of Victor and tond brother of M»ry. Jack and
Jim (of Kurrajong), aged 40 years. . KIDD (WINGATE), Urie.--August 20. 1953, at the Scottish Hospital. Paddington, w dow of the Rev.
josephTldd. aged 50 years. .
LEVER, Walter Henry. - A,11*11?.' . 20 1953 of Mt. Pritchard, dearly
loved husband ot Mona, and loved
father of Walter, George, Mary,, and Doris, aged 67 years. At rest.
McGOWAN. Anne.-August zo.
1953. at Randwick, and of Balmain ¡nd Ryde, dearly loved wife of the late Francis McGowan, and loved mother ot John, Francis. Mary (Mrs. Erwin). James, Laurence and Joseph. ¡¿cd 78 years. Requlescat in pace.
MAMHEWS Jimes Chinn.-AUg
' ust 2T 1953. St his residence. 7
Thompson Street. Drummoyne relict of the late Anna Kate Matthews, loved father and lather-ln-law ol
james ana Nora (Strathfield) Francis and Lurlean (Drummoyne), and
Vivian and Marjorie (Dubbo!*, and grandfather ot Jim. Frank. Trevor ind Alan. By his request, no flow- ers. For funeral notice, see Satur- day's "Herald." . . ,"
MESITI, Francesco. - August 19, 1953. at his residence, 62 Badajoz Road Ryde, dearly beloved son of Mr and Mrs. Fortunato Mesiti. loved brother of Joseph, Giovanna^erdin ando. Rose. Vince, Salvatore, «nd . SSsephlSTbrother-ln-law of Rocco.
Fazzolaro. Salvatorl. Marla Jose- phine Carmela, nephew of aulsseple Culmóní Angelo, Pauline. Marla and Joseph, aged 39" years. Re
""JSiÏERÎ b Patrick -August
20, 1953, at a private hospital. Ash- field, of ¿7 Hawthorne Parade. Haber- field, dear son ol tho late George and lina Miller. Requlescat In pace.
NIXSON, Jowph Erneyt.--Augiist lt». 1953. dee* brother ot Ettie arid . jfték Prince, «neto o'. Mr» (Mr».
Johnson); Charin . and Ronald
' î^»THOOTT, hfl».-AumsVlB, »t
" Medlands. Perth, plorad husband ot
NYE, Edward Thomas,-August 19, 1953, at hospital, formerly ol 21 Rydalmere Avenue, Parramatta, be- loved husband of Nessie and dear father of Lionel. Eileen, Dawn, Barney, Dolly, Terry, Paul. Robyn, Eve, Ann and Alden. R.I.P.
O'BRIEN, Ethel Maud.-August 20, 1953, at St. Vincent's Hospital. Darlinghurst, beloved mother of Elizabeth (Mrs. Thompson), and dear alster of Ruth and May. Bined 73 years. R.I.P.
O'SHEA, Florence Mary.-August 20, 1953, at Canterbury District Hos- pital, of 89 King Street, Canterbury dearly loved wife of Arthur Herberi O'Shea, dear mother of Kevin Bos- worth, Lola (Mrs. F. Dwyer). An- thony James O'Shea, and fond step- mother of Ronnie O'Shea and Enid (Mrs. R. MUdwater), aged Ol years. Requlescat In pace.
PEYTON, James Denis.-August 20, 1953, at Prince Henry Hospital, of . 57 Beaumont Street, Rose Bay, dearly loved husband of Iris May Peyton, darling father of Christine and Dennis and Colleen, and loved son of Kathleen Peyton and thc late Patrick Peyton, fond brother of Mary, Ellen, Kathleen and Pat- ricia (Mrs. J. Emerson), aged 38 years. Requlescat in pace. For funeral arrangements ; see Satur-
PEYTON, James Denla.-August 20. 1953, dearly loved son-in-law of Clare and Bernard McGee, and brother-in-law of Eileen (Mrs. Les Donnelly), Dulcie and Bernice,
PORTER, Robert Moore.-August 19. 1953, of 24 Warringah Road, Mosman, beloved husband of Mary, and dear father of Betty Kemp (Oakleigh. Victoria). Privately cre- mated.
RABLAH, Anne. - August 20, 1953. at a private hospital, Bur- wood, beloved wife of the late Benja- min W. Rabian, and loved mother of Wilford, Irene, Eunice, Mona, and John, aged 84 years. For funeral notice see Saturday's "Herald."
RUTHERFORD, Margaret Teresa. -August 20, 1953, at a private hospital. Waverley, of 130 Glenayr Avenue, Bondi (late, of Erskineville). For funeral arrangements see Satur- day's "Herald."
SMITH, Mary Jane.-August 19, 1953. at her residence, 26 Edward Street. Concord, and late of Welling- ton, N.S.W.. dearly loved wife of Arthur Thomas, loving mother of Alec, of Wellington and Mrs. W. M. Roberts, of Strathfield, Mrs. W. Clement, of Maitland. Mrs. W. A. Gavel, of Condobolin, aged 77 years.
SOLOMON, Leslie Norman.-Aug- ust 20, 1953, suddenly, of 45 Willis Street, Kingsford, and late oí Adelaide, husband of the'late Annie Agnes Solomon, loving father and father-in-law of Leslie and Rita- (Mr. and Mrs. h. Solomon), Harry, and Marjorie (Mr. and Mrs. H. Solomon), and fond grandfather of Leslie and John. At rest.
STIFF, George Henry.-August 19, 1953, of .21 Tanners Avenue. Carl- ton, dearly - beloved husband of Violet May and loved father of Edna, Albert, and Oeorge. fond father-in law of Clive, Mary and Phyllis, and dear grandfather of Alan. Margaret. Graham, Lorraine. Jacqueline, and Patricia, aged 61 years.
STIRLING, Craig Jame».-August 19. 1953 (result of accident), dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. James Mackintosh Stirling, of "Stratford," Turriel Bay, aged three years. ,
STRUCK, Jessie Evelyn (nee Bat Mn).-August 20, 1853. at Balmain Hospital, late of 774 Darling Street, Rozelle, beloved wife of Frederick Struck, aged 38 years.
TAYLOR, Thomas George.-August 20, 1953. at Prince Henry Hospital, dearly beloved husband of Gladys Taylor, of 30 Australia Avenue. Mat- raville, and loved father of Lucey (Mrs. J. Williams), Shirley (Mrs. A. Furness), and brother of William (Liverpool), aged 74 years.
THOMAS, John Morgan.-August 19, 1953. ot his residence, 102 Allen Street, Leichhardt, dearly loved husband of Rachel May Thomas and loved father of Megan. Richard. Eurwen (Mtg. Britten), David, and John, and dear father-in-law of Betty and Fred, fond grandfather of Brian and Desmond, aged 74 years At
THOMPSON, George Jame*. - August 20, 1953. of 100 John Street. Lidcombe, dearly loved husband of Alice Thompson and loved father of Artlmr and Joy, aged 70 years.
'THATIIEN, John Waller.-August J?'19^3- iat ^a Private hospital. Darlinghurst, beloved husband of Mary Conzaga Trathcn, of 55 Imperial Avenue, ïondi. loved father of Doris (Mrs. V. N. Howard). Ethel (Mrs. White), Ona (Mrs. W. F. Spong), and grandfather of Peter, Barbara, and Richard White, Helen and Patricia Spong, and great- grandfather of David White, aged 77 years. Requlescat in pace.
TRATHEN, John Waller.-August 19. 1053, at.a private hospital. Dar- linghurst, beloved brother of Susan (Mrs. Rae), and uncle of Donald. Allen, Douglas and Stanley, aged 77 years. Requlescat In pace.
UPTON, William Henry.-August 20. 1953. at Windsor Hospital, formerly of Bulli, husband of the late Ada .Jane Upton and dear father of Gertrude (deceased). Florrie (Mrs. Walsh, of windsor). Jack (of Bulli pass). Bert (Sydney). Pearl (Mrs. J. Stott, of Bulli), Alice (Mrs. Warner of Corrimal), william (of Mudgee). Walter (of Petersham), and Arthur (deceased), aged 85 years.
WATERS, Emma.-August 20, 1953. at a private hospital; Chats- wood, the relict of. the late E R. G. Waters, loving mother of Doris (Mrs. Rankin). Ella (Mrs. Bracken-
bury). Margaret (Mrs.- Maxwell), and ' Frank, aged 85 years. For funeral !
arrangements see Saturday's ' "Herald."
WILLIAMS, Marion D'Arcy. August 18, at her residence, Ulick Street, Merewether, beloved wife of Conway and loving mother of Leila and Brenda, and grandmother of Richard and Christopher. At rest.
ADAMS.-In loving memory of my dear husband, ' Thomas, died August 21. 1952. Sadly missed by his wife
ADAMS,-In loving memory of our dear father, father-in-law, and grandfather. Thomas William, who passed away August 21, 1952. Al- ways remembered by Des, Dot, baby, Phillip.
BARRY.-Loving memories of my dear husband, Stephen (Paddy), who departed this life August 21. 1947. Inserted by his loving wife. May.
CALDBECK.-Tribute of love to our darling mother, Mary Elizabeth, who died August 21. 1937. Also our dear father, Albert John, who died July 20, 1939, Sadly missed by family.
CALDBECK.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Ellzobeth, passed away August 21. 1937. Also dad, passed away July 20. 1939. Sad- ly missed by Agnes and family.
CALLOW.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Janie, who departed this life on August 21, 1948. Lov- ingly remembered by her husband, William.
CASSIDY.-Loving memory of dad, passed away August 21, 1952. Always remembered by his dear wife and iamily.
CASTLE.-Treasured memories of dear mum, passed away August 20, 1951. Sadly missed. Les and Kath.
CHAPMAN.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Henry Francis, who departed this life August 21, 1951. Inserted by his loving sisters. Jane and Julia, and brother, Arthur. Never to be forgotten.
COI.EFAX.-In fond memory of my dear sister, Amelia, who passed away August 21, 1952. Inserted by her brother. Fred.
DILLON.-In loving memory of our dear dad. Jack, passed away August 21, 1943. Betty, John. Ron.
DUFFY.-In loving memory of our dear mother and mother-in-law, who passed away August 21. 1952.
Our family chain has broken,
A lovely lin): has gone.
But God will link that golden chain
As one by one we meet again. Always remembered by Harold, Dorrie, Eric and Bloss.
EGAN.-In loving memory of dear Lionel who passed away August 21, 1945. Inserted by his wife Stella, children Richard and Christin and mother. Sodly missed.
FOGARTY.-Treasured memories of my dear husband and our dear dad, Henry whom God called home Aug- ust 21, 1951.
Just a memory, but, oh, so dear,
Wc treasure still from year to year. Sweetest memories, fond and true.
Will always remain dear pop, of you. Silent thoughts, secret tears,
Always wishing you were here.
Always In the thoughts of his lov- ing wife. Violet, and family.
FORDHAM.-In loving memory of Ron, died August 21. 1933. Loving father, Joan, and Brian. Remem- bered by Mrs. Strachan.
FULLAG AR.-Treasured memories of my dear wife, Agness Philomena. Sadly missed by her loving husband, Ivy. Andy. Shirley, Don.
FULLAGAB.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Lan. Always remem- bered by Winnie and Anne.
GRIFFITHS.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Eliza, passed away August 21. 1945. Always remem- bered. Eddie and Winnie.
HALL.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Clara, who passed away August 21, 1947. Always remembered.
HERD.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Beatrice, our mother and nannn, who departed this life August
We often sit and think of you.
When we are alone.
For memory ls the only thing
That grief can call Its own. We think of you in silence.
No eyes may see us weep. But deep within our hearts.
Your loving memory will always
Inserted by her loving family.
JEFFREE.-Fondest memories oi my dear husband and father. Albert, who passed away suddenly after . a long Illness, August 21. 1952.
God watched you as you suffered,
He knew you had your share.
So He gently closed your weary eyes.
And took you in His Care.
Inserted by loving wife. Myrtle, and son. Lyle. _
JEFFREE.-Albert, passed away August 21, 1952.
One year has passed away.
Yet love and grief remain, In life we loved you dearly.
In death, we do the same.
Inserted by his loving daughter. Lila, son-in-law Perce, grandchildren Marlene and Geoffrey.
JENKINS.-Alfred Peers (Fred). In loving memory of my dear Fred, who passed away August 21. 1949. By his loving wife. May. .
JONES.-In loving memory of my dear husband, our father.father ln-Hv and grandfather. Thomas, who- passed away. August 21. 1952. Fondly remembered by his wife, son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter.
? JUNK.-In loving - memory ot our i dear father, « OtrhaMt, who. paned away August »1, »«», Inserted or FrUd* t^o£H*v. ft < *V-<'.»: tó< I
JUNK.-In loving- memory ol Gerhardt, who passed away August 21, 1943. Badly missed by mother, brother and sisters.
KENNING.-In loving memory ol our dear mother, Lena Margaret, who passed away August 21, 1952. Also our dear father, John, killed In action, July 19. 1916. Always remembered by their loving family, also Jane and Fred.
KING.-In loving memory of my beloved husband. Eric, who died August 21, 1950. Remembered always. Mollie.
KING.-In loving memory of our dear son. Eric, who passed away August 21, 1950.
Beyond the beautiful sunset,
Free from all sorrow and pain. When life's Journey has ended
Eric we'll, all meet again.
Sadly missed by dad. mum and sister. Elsie.
LOFTS.--Loving memories of my dear wife, Tessie, fell asleep August 21, 1950. - Always remembered by her husband. Garnet, Hazel, Jim, David.
LOWE.-In memory of Mavis Vida, who passed away August 21, 1952, From George, Nance, Rene.
MCANDREW.-Loving memories of our dear wife and mother. Hester Jane, who passed away August 21, 1948. Sadly missed by Erwin, Violet,
McGRATII.-In loving memory of my dear husband and father. Tom, who passed away August 21, 1928. Always remembered by his loving wife Edith, and daughter. Norma.
MACKEN.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Marla, who. passed away August 21, 1947.
Gone but not forgotten.
Inserted by her husband, son end niece. Lilla.
MARTIN.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Herbert Henry who passed away August 21, 1852. Inserted by his loving wile, Louisa, and sons. Herbert. Leslie, and Leonard.
NICOLLS.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Bessie, who passed away August 20, 1950. Sadly missed by her loving husband, Harry.
O'NEILL.-Cherished memories ol my dear mother. Lavinia, who was: called home August 21, 1935.
A beautiful memory dearer than gold. A mother whose worth can never bc
Inserted by her daughter. Beat- rice and son-in-law, Arthur.
FALAZZI.-In loving memory of my son, Peter, who passed away August 21, 1943. Never forgotten. Inserted by mum.
PARKER.-Loving memories of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away August 21, 1945. Sadly missed by daughters, Beck, Rose, also Bob, Alf, granddaughters. Bea, Muriel mid Richard.
PATTON.-In loving memory ot our mother end nanny (Christine); passed away August 21. 1951. For- ever in our thoughts. Sadly missed by all the family.
PAVEL.-In remembrance of our dear friend, Henrietta Christina, who after long suffering passed away Aug- ust 21, 1952. Lovingly thought of by Mrs. McFarlane, of Gladesville, Phoebe M. Fletcher and Mrs. Priest, of Marrickville. She sleepeth.
ROE.-In fond memory of our brother, Frank, who died August 21,
1952, At rest. Inserted by Kit and Alf ¿S.A.). -i
SALT.-In loving memory of dad, passed away August 21. 1952. In- serted by Nita, Keith. Dot. John and
SALT.-Loving memory father, granddad. Ernest. passed away August 21, 1952. Sadly missed. Stella, Les and family.
SALT,-In loving memory of my dear brother. Ernest, who passed awoy. August 21, 1852. Harry.
SANDILANDS.-Treasured and loving memories of dear Artie, whom God called Home. August 21, 1935. We have a beautiful memory.
To cherish our whole life through. Its sweetness will linger forever. The memory dear Artie, of you.
Ever remembered by his loving dad, mum and sister Nell.
SCOTT.-Treasured memories of dear father, James, passed away Aug- ust 21, 1949. Also dear mother, Jane, July 7. 1946. Remembered by Bert, Bella and family.
SCOTT.-In loving memory of dear dad and grandfather. James, died August 21. 1949 Inserted by Jean, Mick, and family.
SCOTT.-James, died August 21, 1949. Missed by daughter Mary.
SHELDON.-In fondest remem- brance of my beloved wife, Eva, and our dear mother, who departed this life August 21, 1950. Inserted by her husband,' John Stafford, and sons. Reg. Horrie. Staff. Doug and Arthur.
SMEE.--In loving memory of Ern- est Leslie Smee, passed away August 21, 1935. Inserted by his loving wife and family.
STEPHENSON.-In loving mem- ory of our dear mother, Emma, who went to rest August 21, 1951.
You had a smile . for everyone,
A heart as good as gold.
No one knew how you suffered
.Because you never told.
Inserted by her loving son. George, daughter-in-law. Iris, and family.
STEPHENSON.-Treasured mem- ories of our dear mother, Emma, died August 21, 1951. Always remem- bered by Fred. Peg and children.
STEWART.-In loving memory of my beloved husband and our dear father. William, who went away August 21. 1952. Inserted by his
VIRGONA.-In memory of our dear mother. Marla Francesca, passed away August 21, 1952. Always re- membered by her loving family.
WARD.-A tribute of remembrance of my dear husband. Ernie, passed away August 21, 1950. Sadly miss- ed by wife. Bessie.
WARD.-In loving memory of our dear father. Ernie, passed away August 21, 1950. ? Always in our thoughts, by son, Arthur, Irene and
YATES.-Flret anniversary, belov- ed husband and father, Thomas. Masses and prayers for repose of his
Soul this day._!
ON ACTIVE SERVICE
THORBURN.-in loving memory of my beloved son and brother, Frederick Hugh, of Arncliffe. 2/20, 8th Div., who died from illness whilst P.O.W. 55 K. Camp. Japanese hands. Burma, August 14, 1943.
Beyond the sunset forever more.. Always remembered by his loving mother, sisters, and brothers.
Mr. STOKELD and TONY, the Husband and Son of the 'ate Con- stance Stokcld, wish to THANK rela- tives and friends for their letters, cards and floral tributes of sym-
pathy In their recent sad bereave-, ment. Please accept this as our personal I honks.
AMBROSOLI.-Requiem Mass for the
repose of the soul of thc late Mrs. MARY AMELIA AMBROSOLI, of 116 Milton Street. Ashfield, will be celebrated at the Church- ot the Holy Family, Maroubra . Junction, This (Friday) Morning, at 9 oclock. Tile Funeral will leave the Churcn after Moss for Botany Cemetery.
W. N. BULL PTY. LTD.
ANNESLEY.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. I, Annesley are Invited to attend the Funeral ot her lite Husband. ARTHUR ^GOR DON ANNESLEY; to leave the Kin sela Chapels, Toylor Square. Dar- linghurst. This Day (Friday), after service to commence at 1.15 p.m., for Eastern Suburbs Crematorium.
CHARLES KINSELAPTY. LTD.,
A.F.D.A. Est. 1830. FA413B. ARIANSEN.-The Relatives and Friends of the late DONALD ELLIS ARIANSEN are- kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, 2' Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, after service commencing ot 1.30 o.clock _Thls Afternoon, for the Crematorium,
W1ABOR MOTOR FUNERALS.
2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville. .
LA2777 (4 Unes).
BARTLETT.-Thc Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Eunice Bartlett, of 7 Norval Street. Auburn, and Family, are kindly Invited to attend tho Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their loving Father ERNEST; to leave my Private Mortuary Chapel. 2a Auburn Road
Auburn, This Day, after a service commencing at 3 p.m. for the Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood.
REGINALD WALTER HILTON
Funeral Director. 2a Auburn Road.
BIRD.-The Relatives andI Friends of Mr. Leonard Rowe, ot 16 Reser TOtrStreet. Port Kembla, Mr Stan- ley Rowe, of Canberra, and Mrs. Mabel Chambers, of South Austra Ha. are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their loto beloved Aunt MABEL JANE BIRD: which is to leaVe St. Stephen's Church of Eng- land. Port Kembla This Tday.
Wollongong. , ?
South Australian peners please copy.
i?ripnrin of the late -FLORENCE
ADELAIDE BREMNER. Of-147 West Street. Hurstville, are Invited to attend her Funeral: which will leave ¿ur Private Chapel 388 Forest Rood. Hurstville. This Friday, ofter service commencing at 1 p.m.. lor the Crematorium. Woronora.
J. AND C. HARDY. A.F.D.A..
Rockdale and Hurstville.
BROWN.-The Relatives and Friends
of tho late ROBERT HENRY BROWN, of 32 Bayswater Rpodv King's Cross, aro Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Bruce Maur er's Chapel, 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street, North Sydney, This Friday, at 1.30 p.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery at Northern Suburbs.
BRUCE MAURER. . '
XA1034. North Sydney. XB1542. [BURNS.-The Funeral of the late
ROBERT JAMES BURNS, of Wai- tara, will leave our Chapel, corner Orchard Road and Brown Street, Chatswood, This Friday, at 1.30 &m., for Presbyterian Cemetery,
BUTTERS.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Albert Butters and Family, of Johnson Road, Bargo, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their dear Mother. ANNIE ELIZA- BETH; to leave the residence at 2 45 p m..- This Day .(Itlday). . fox church ot England Cern tte ry.
^L7wA»T«Ra^ign«rii Director. ,
CAMPBELL.-Tili. Relatives andi Friends ot the late Mrs. CAROLINE CAMPBELL, ot South Creek Road, Deewhy, are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave St. Thomas's | Church, West Street. North Syd- ney. This (Friday) Afternoon, after service commencing at 3 o'clock, for the Church ol England Ceme- tery. Manly.
WALTER BRUCE, Funeral Director,
CUSICK.-The Relatives or Mr. Al-|
fred Allen Cusick are kindly Invit- ed to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife, RUBY FLO- RENCE CUSICK. formerly of Bath- urst; to leave our Private. Chapel, 32 Sydney Rd. Manly. This Friday Morning, after a short service com- mencing at 10 o'clock, for French's Forest Cemetery.
DUSHAK.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. John M. Dushak, of 2a Scott Street, Willoughby ore invited to attend the Funeral ot his dearly beloved Wife. LUCY DUSHAK; to leave the Chcvra Kadisha Memorial
Hall, corner Oxford and Wallis Sis, Woollahra, This Morning, after ser-
vice commencing at IO o'clock tor] the Jewish Cemetery, Rookwood.
SYDNEY CHEVRA KADISHA.
ENGLAND.-The Relatives andi Friends of the late HARRY FRAN- CIS (BOB) ENGLAND are invited
to attend his Funeral, to leave our| Chapel, 32 Raliway Pde. Burwood, This Friday, after service com-
mencing at 2.30 p.m.. tor Rook-j
FLETCHER.-The Relatives and Friends ol the late GERALD VALENTINE FLETCHER are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Rood. Newtown, This Morning, at 11.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Rookwood. .
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown.
Phone LA2777 (4 lines).
FLYNN.-The Funeral Service ot tue
late JOHN VALENTINE FLYNN was held at Botany Cemetery, on Wednesday. 20th August. 1853.
FW3009. Waverley. FRANCIS.-The Relatives and Friends of tho late JOHN TRUITT FRANCIS, of 16 Wyalong Street, Burwood, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave thc Metropolitan Funeral Home. Raliway Parade. Burwood. To-morrow (Saturday), at 9.45 a.m.. tor Northern Suburbs Cemetery.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Raliway Parade. Burwood. UJ217B-9 GILDER.-The ? Funeral of the late FRANK M. GILDER, late 1st A.l.F. and of 6 Guilfoyle Avenue. Double Bay, will leave our Chapel, 810 George Street. Sydney. This Friday, after service commencing nt 1.15 p.rn;, for Northern Suburbs Crema-
GILDER.-Members of the N.S.W. Masonic Club are fraternally in- vited to attend tho Funeral of their late Brother, FRANK MORELL GILDER. For further particulars see family notice. H. Sidgreaves, President; T. C. Moffat, Secretary. . GRAY.-The Relatives and Friends of the late CHARLES PATRICK RAY of 16 Wallis Street. Wool- lahra, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chap- els, 302 Oxford Street. Woollahra (To-morrow), Saturday, after ser- vice commencing at 9 a.m. for the Rookwood Cemetery.
FW3009, Waverley GREEN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs: Ada Green and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, JOHN GREEN: to leave St. Michael's Church. Stanmore, This Afternoon, at 2.45 o'clock, for the Catholic, Cemetery. Rookwood. Requiem Mass will bc celebrated This Morning at 7 o'clock.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown.
Phone LA2777 (4 lines). -
HABE.-Tho Relatives and Friends of the late PASTOR ROBERT HARE, ol Wahroonga, are advised that his Funeral will leave the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Fox Valley Road. Wahroonga, This Day. after service commencing at 1.15 p.m.. for the Northern Suburbs Cemetery.
HATCIIETT.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. W. J. HATCHETT. of 48 High Street. Carlton, and Family are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wlte and their dear Mother, Mother-in law, and Grandmother. CISSIE HATCHETT; which will leave our Private Chapel, Seven Ways. Rock- dale, To-morrow (Saturday) Morn- ing, after service commencing at 10.45 o'clock, for the crematorium.
HINDMARSH.-The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. Ivy M. Hindmarsh, of 7 Norfolk Street, Liverpool, and Family, are kindly invited to at- tend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their loving Father, ROBERT RHUBAN; to leave my Private Mortuary Chapel, 2a Auburn Road, Auburn, This Day, after a service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Crematorium. Rook- wood.
REGINALD W. HILTON.
. Funeral Director.
2a Auburn Road, Auburn.
JACKSON. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr, Edward Jackson are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife, DOROTHY CLEMENTINE: to leave our Chapel, 810 George Street, Sydney, This Friday, at ir a.m.. for Catholic Cemeti
JACKSON.-The Relatives and Friends ot the late JOHN THOMAS DIGNAM JACKSON, late of Oberon, are Invited to attend hi; Funeral; to leave Sacred Heart Church. Darlinghurst, This Day (Friday), after prayers at 2 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery. Rook- wood. Requiem Miss for thc re- pose of his soûl will be celebrated
at 9 a.m.
CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A. Est. 1830. FA4136.
JACOBS.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late CHARLES ABRAHAM JACOBS are advised that his Funeral will leave Our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Afternoon, at 1 o'clock, lor thc Crematorium, Rookwood. _
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown.
Phone LA2777 (4 lines).
JOHN.-The Relatives, and.Friends!
of the late WILLIAM JOHN, of 165 Darley Road. Randwick, axe In-
vited to attend his Funeral: to; leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home Railway Parade. Burwood. This Day. alter service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for Rookwood Crcma
^ÈTROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Pd" Burwood. U.T2178-9. KIDD-A Service for the"'ati.URI,E KIDD, of Woollahra, will be held In the Presbyterian Church, Bel- more Street. Burwood. To-morrow (Saturday) Morning, at 10 oclock.| thence to the crematorium. Rook-
J AND C. HARDY. A.F.D.A.,
' Rockdale and Hurstville.
LAVENDER.-The Funeral of thc
late JOHANNA LAVENDER will leave the Chapel ol Motor Funerals Ltd., 93 Victoria. Road. Rozelle. This Afternoon at 1.15 o'clock. for Church ol England Cemetery, Rook
W0°dMOTOR FUNERALS LTD..
A.F.D.A.. 93 Victoria Road.
Rozelle._Telephone, WB1141. LEVER.-The Relatives and Friends
ot Mrs. Mona Lever and Family, ot 16 Pritchard Street. Mt. . Prit- chard, are Invited to attend thc Funeral of her dearly loved _Hus tand and their Father WALTER HENRY; to leave our Chapel. Scott Street, Liverpool. This Friday at 3 p.m. tor Church ot England Cemetery, Liverpool.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
In Conjunction with R. Murphy and Son
Phone UB7623._. McGOWAN.-The Relatives and Friends ot the Family of the atc Mrs ANNE MCGOWAN are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave St. Joseph's Church. Rozelle, To-mor iow (Saturday), Morning, after prayers commencing at 9.30 a.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Field of
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
_FX1296..._:_ MAVRIS.-The Relatives and Friends ol Mr Nick Mavrls and Family, of 22 Cooper street. Maroubra, arc invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Moth« EPHROSINE MAVRIS: which will leave the Greek Cathedral ol St Sophia. Dowling Street. Syd- ney This Friday, alter service com- mencing at 2 p.m.. tor the Botany
J. AND C. HARDY. A.F.D.A..
- Rockdale and Hurstville.
MESITI.-The Relatives and Friends ot 'Mr.- and Mrs. FORTUNATO MESITI and FAMILY, of 62 Badajoz Road. Ryde, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly bc oved Son. their dear Brother, Brother in-law. and Nephew. FRANCESCO; to leave the Church of St. Charles, Victoria Rood, Ryde. To-morrow. Saturday, at 10 a.m.. lor the Catholic Cemetery. Field ot Mars. Holy Mass for the repose ot his soul will be celebrated at 6.45
THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD..
Funeral and Embalming Service.
Estab, 1836. WY3317. FA4102. MILLER.-Requiem Mass tor the repose of the soul of the late Mr. FRANCIS PATRICK MILLER, of 67 Hawthorne, Parade. Haberfield, will be celebrated at St. Thomas' Church, Lewisham, This (Friday) Morning, at 7 o'clock. The Funeral will . leave the Church . This After- noon, at 2.15 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, Mortuary Mo. 3.
«7 M BULL PTY LTD,
MOORE.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Nette Moore, of 87a O'Brien Street, Bondi, and Family, are in- vited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband, their lov- ing Father, Father-in-law and Grandfather, GEORGE CLARENCE: to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade. Burwood, This Day, after service commencing at 11.15 a.m.. for Rookwood Crema- torium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL' AND
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9 NIXSON.-The Totally and Perman-
ently Disabled Soldiers' Association,, N.S.W. Branch. Thc Officers and Members of the above are Invited to
attend thc Funeral of their latc|
esteemed Member. JOSEPH ERN-
EST NIXSON, which will leavel O'Hare's Chapel, Leichhardt, This Morning, at 11.15. for Field of Mars Cemetery.
W.¡ H. BEAVER. Pres. S SWAINE. Sec.
C. GAYLER. Liaison Officer
NYE.-The Relatives and Friends ol
the late EDWARD THOMAS NYE are respectfully informed that his Funeral ls appointed to leave St. Patrick's Church. Parramatta This Day, alter prayers commencing at 0.30 a.m.. for the Catholic Ceme- tery, Field of Mars.
CHARLES INNES & SON, A.F.D.A.
32 Darcy St,
O'BRIEN.-Tho Relatives »nd Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thompson, and son, Bill, Mrs. Ruth Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown and Families ore kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their be- loved Mother, Grandmother, and Sister, ETHEL MAUD: to leave the residence, 35 Chelsea Street. Red- fern. This Friday at 2.45 p.m. for Catholic Cemetery, Waverley.
JOHN E. WHEATLEY:. FA8164.
O'SHEA.-Requiem Mass for Incl
repose of the soul
Mrs. FLORENCE MAivi u ow*.
of 89 King Street, Canterbury, will be celebrated at thc Church ol St. Francis Xavier, Ashbury, This (Fri- day) MornliiR at 6.45 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church at 10 o'clock tor Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood. Mortuary No.
PECK.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. M. Peck and Family, ot Wilbur Street, Lakemba, are In- vited to attend the Funeral 'of her beloved Husband and their, loved Father, MALCOLM DONALD PECK; to leave Our. Private Chapel, 435 New Canterbury Road. Dulwich Hill. This Afternoon, alter a ser- vice commencing at 3 o'clock. lor the Rookwood Crematorium.
WALTERS and SON. A.F.D A..
Dulwich Hill Terminus.
PFEIFFER. - The Relatives and Friends ol the late CHARLES' HENRY PFEIFFER ore invited to attend his Funeral: . to leave Our Chapel, 99 Victoria Road, Rozelle, This Friday, at 10.30 a.m.. lo Cathollc cemetery. Field of Mars.
ROBERTSON.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Annie Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. R. Robertson, Mr. D. Robertson, Miss N. Robertson, Messrs. Roy and William Robertson, and Miss Thelma Robertson are In- vited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their dear Father and Brother. REGINALD: to leave our Funeral Chapel. 30 City Road, Sydney. This Friday, at 1.15 o'clock, for . thc Catholic Cemetery.
Field ol Mars.
MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
A.F.D.A.. 30 City Road. Sydney.
SMITH.-The Relatives and .Friends]
ol tho late MARY JANE SMITH are Invited to attend her Funeral; | to leave Leslie S. Andrews's'Chapel, I 319 Liverpool Road. Ashfield, This Day, after service commencing ot 10.45 a.m.. for Rookwood Crema- torium.
LESLIE S. ANDREWS.
UA1025. Opp. Presbyterian Church. SMYTH.-Thc Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Smyth, ol 144 Edinburgh Road. Marrickville, are kindly invited , to attend thc Funeral ol their dearly loved Infant Daughter. BEVERLEY CARMIN; to 'leave Our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Morn- ing, at 9.30 o'clock, for the Church ol England Cemetery, Botany.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown.
Phone- LA2777 (4 lines).
SOLOMON.-Thc Relatives and Friends of the late LESLIE NOR- MAN SOLOMON, of 45 Willis Street, Kingsford, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Klnsela Chapels, Taylor Square. Darling- hurst. To-morrow (Saturday), alter service to commence at 9 a.m. for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium. CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD..
Estab. 1830. _FA4136.
SOLOMON.-Thc Kensington Bowling Club.-Thc Members of the above Club are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member, LESLIE NORMAN SOLOMON. For funeral arrangements see family notice.
S. STUBLEY, Secretary.
STIFF.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Violet May Stiff, of 21 Tanners Avenue, Carlton, and Fam- ily, are Invited to attend the Fune- ral of her dearly beloved Husband, and their loved Father. Father-in law and - Grandfather. GEORGE HENRY; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, corner Prince's High- way and Bestie Street. Rockdale, This Day, niter service commencing at 9.30 a.m.. for Woronora Crema- torium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL and
STIRLING.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James Mackintosh Stirling and Family, of Turriel Bay,- are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Son and Grandson, CRAIG JAMES: to leave Olsen's Chapel. Prince's Highway, Sutherland, This ' Day. alter service commencing at 3.15 p.m., tor the Woronora Crema- torium. , H.
STRUCK. - Thc Relatives and Friends of Mr. F. Struck are in- vited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife. JESSIE EVELYN STRUCK; to leave the Chapel of Motor Funerals Ltd.. 93 Victoria Road. Rozelle. This After- noon, alter a service commencing at 2.45 o'clock, for Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
A.F.D.A.. 93 Victoria Road,
Rozelle.. Telephone. WB1141. SYBON.-Tile Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Syron and Miss Fay Syron are Invited to at- tend the Funeral of their boloved Mother. EILEEN FLORENCE SYRON: to leave T. J. Andrews' Chapel, 25 Enmore Road Newtown, To-morrow. Saturday, after service commencing at 9.30 a.m. for Church of England Section of Woro-
T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.,
TAYLOR.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Gladys Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. A. Furness. Mr. W Taylor, Mrs. Porteous, Mr. and Mrs. J. Weston, Mr, Ivln, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ivln, Mr. and Mrs. J, Must ch In. Mr. and Mrs. Ducksbury. Mr. and Mrs. Higgs are Invited to attend tho Funeral of their dearly beloved Husband. Father, Father-in-law. Brother, and Brother-in-law. THOMAS GEORGE TAYLOR; which will leave Joseph Medcalf's Funeral Chapel. 172 Red- fern Street. Redfern. This After- noon, after a short service com- mencing nt 1.15 o'clock, for the Botany Cemetery.
JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A.. 172 Redfern Street. Rcdlcrn. Phone. MX2315 (2 lines).
THOMAS.-The Relatives and Friends
ol the late JOHN MORGAN THOMAS are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave the Welsh Presbyterian Church, Chal- mers Street, Sydney, This Morning, after service commencing at 9.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS.
59 Parramatta Road. Annandale..
Phone LA2777 (4 lines).
THOMPSON.-The Relatives and Friends of the late GEORGE JAMES THOMPSON are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave St. Joachim's Church, Lid- combe, Tills Mornlns, at 9.30 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Ronkwopd. Requiem Mass will be celebrated This Morning at B.45 o'clock.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn.
Phone LA2777 (4 lines).
THOMPSON.-The Officers and Mem- bers of Lidcombe Catholic Work- men's Club are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member, GEORGE JAMES THOMP- SON. For particulars see iamlly notice.
W. B DUNDON. President. F. R. DUGGAN. Sec.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS.
TRATIIEN.-Requiem Mass for thc
repose of the soul of . the late JOHN WALTER TRATHEN will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Wellington Street. Bondi. This (Friday) Morning, at 9 o'clock.
The Funeral will leave the Church after Mass for Catholic Cemetery. Field of Mars.
TRATIIEN.-The Directors and Staff
of J. W. Trathen and Co. Pty. Ltd. are Invited to attend the Funeral ol their late Managing Director, JOHN WALTER TRATHEN. For particulars see above notice.
E. B. BRODIE, Secretary.
luPTON.-The Relatives and Friends
of the Family of the late WILLIAM HENRY UPTON are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father: to leave W. J. Williams' chapel, Bulli, This Friday, after Service commencing at 3.3Ö P.m.. for the General Cemetery, Bulli (Church of England portion). A bus for friends will be provided. W. J. WILLIAMS. Funeral Director.
I BEATRICE STEWART, Florists. 112
King St, city. Wreaths, etc. Phone BW5588: alter hours_JA2057.
HORTON'S Wreaths, Floral Tributes. 4 Rawson Pl., Haymarket. MA4672. SEABL'S, 104 KINO BT.. Wreath«, Crosses, Casket Coven,jUI *rlbut*i. BW8975: after hotir». Wlf3432.^ WREATHS. Cro«JM ^. Mli» Ber- mingham. 133 Osier* Sk »4847.