ABDY (nee Malouf).—June 28, at Gympie Hospital, to Fifie and Herb—
a daughter (Mary Ann).
ALLDIS (nee Ferguson).—June 28, at
War Memorial, Waverley, to Heather and
Ross—a daughter (Meredith).
ANDERSON (nee Gibson).—June 25, at Royal, Paddington, to Jack and Nan —a daughter (Pamela Gay).
BAKER.—June 2, at Briarways pri-
vate hospital, Guilford, to Gwen and
Robert—a daughter (Christine Louise). BAKER (nee Genge).—June 25,
King George V, to Betty and Reg—a son (David Charles).
BELL (nee Rymer).—June 29, at War Memorial, Waverley, to Nita and Les— daughter (Denise Lesley).
BJELKE-PETERSEN.—June 29, at St. Monans, Cremorne, to Jean and Peter— a daughter (Else Isabel).
BLACK (nee Hooworth).—June 24,
Denistone House, to Betty and Joe—a son.
BUSHELL (nee Buchan).—June 24,
Seymou, Vic, to Margaret and Cecil—
a son (Allan John).
CARR.—June 25, at Wollongong Dis- trict Hospital, to Diana and Walter—a
son (Robert John).
CATO.—June 29, at St. Luke's,
Desma and Bob—twins (boy and girl).
CLACK (nee Davies).—May 30. Dis- rict Hospital, Wollongong, to Vera and Roy, of Dapto—a daughter (Cynthia
COATES.—June 27, hospital, Samarai, Papua, to Reverend and Mrs. W. J. Coates—gift of a son (John William).
COOK (nee Reily).—June 27. at San- tarium, Wahroonga, to Joy and Mervyn, of Turramurra—a son (Peter Howell).
CORKHILL.—May 27, at Leeton Dis- trict Hospital, to Freda, wife of Albert —a daughter (Christine Blake).
DALEY (nee Lovett).—June 25, at Helenic hospital, Randwick, to Julie and Jim—a son (Kendal Greig).
DE RUITER (Shirley Henderson).— June 29, at Crown Street Women Hospital (Intermediate), to Mr. and Mrs. John de Rulter, of Bondi—a daughter (Kim).
EDGTTON (nee Chaffen).—June 27, at K.G.V Int., to Joyce and Bill—a daughter (Maree Ann).
EDWARDS.—June 24, at Mater private hospital, to June and Gordon—the gift of a son (Graham Richard).
EVANS (nee Brient).—June 28, 1950, at King George V, to Bert and Nea— a daughter (Patricia Ann).
FORSYTH.—June 26, at Mater pri- vate, to Jean and Lawrie—a son (Wil-
FOULDS.—June 28, 1950, at Rossly Private Hospital, to Mary and John—a
FRANKLIN (nee Grady).—June 23, 1950, at War Memorial hospital, to Joan and Les—a daughter (Pamela Les- ley).
FRUMAR.—June 26, at War Memorial Hospital, Waverley, to Mr. and Mrs. Hymie Frumar—a son (Kim David).
GOUGH (nee Giles).—June 25, at Denistone House, to John and Isobel— a daughter (Heather Isobel).
GRANT.—June 20, Denistone House, Eastwood, to Elwyn, wife of W. S. Grant, Pennant Hills—a daughter.
HAINEY (nee Trayhum.—June 30, at Mater Miscrirordiae Hospital, Waratah, to Velma and Neil—a son (Paul Whit- combe).
HAMILTON.—June 26, 1950, at King George V (Inter.), to Peg and Ron—a son (Bruce William).
HAKE (nee McDonald).—June 28, at Base Hospital, Orange, to Thea Sybil and Ronald Eric Leslie—a son (Philip Ronald).
HAWKLESS (nee Hough).—June 28, at Sunbury private hospital, to Avis and Fred—a daughter (Leonie).
HENDERSON.—June 26, at King George V, to Sheila and Arthur—a son (Ross Andrew).
HOOKER (nee Margaret Holden).— June 30, at Sunningdale private hospital Auburn—a son. (Both well.)
HUGHES.—June 28, 1950, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Joyce and Selwyn—a daughter (Karyn Jane).
INGLETON.—June 4, at Peak Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Ingleton—a daughter.
KILLION.—June 25, King George V, to Frank and Claire—a son (Nell Fran- cis).
KIRKLAND (nee June Strafford).— June 27, at War Memorial Hospital Waverley, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kirk- land—a daughter (Lee June).
LAKE (nee Shelton).—June 24, a Cabarlsha private hospital, Castlecrag, to Roger and Julia—a son (Peter).
LOCKE (nee Steele).-June 30, a Normanhurst Hospital, Ashfield, to Jan, wife of Gerald-a daughter.
McLAY (nee Seaton).—June 28, at St. Monans, Cremorne, to Nancye and Roger, of Bilgola—a son (Stewart Cameron).
McMURRAN (Baines).—June 17, at Margaret Coles, Melbourne, to Heather and Malcolm—a son (Alan Malcolm) (Both well.)
McWILLIAM.—At Royal North Shore, to Betty and Les—a daughter (Mar- taret).
MACREADIE.—June 23, at St. Mar- garet's Hospital, Darlinghurst, to Catherine and John—a son (Brian Philip).
MARKS (nee Young).—June 29, a Sunbury Private Hospital, Ashfield, to Jean and Alan—a son (Ross Gerard).
MEDARIS (nee Bruce).—June 30, 1950, at Denistone House, Ryde Hospital, to Mary and Ted—a daughter (Carol Anne). Both well.
MILNE.—June 19, at Tamworth Base Hospital, to Deidre and Douglas—a daughter (Lynette Wendy).
NICHOLLS (nee Woolridge).—June 29, at St. Monan's, Cremorne, to Joan and John—a daughter (Megan Ruth).
PIGGOTT (nee Chenhall).—June 26, at King George V, to Lorna and Ron— a son (Robert James).
PRICE (nee Kiely).—June 22, at St. Margaret's, to Colleen and Max—a daughter (Sharon Anne).
RIMES (nee Brewer).—June 10, at Murwillumbah, to Grace and Rud—a
son (Laurence Peter).
ROSE (nee Pearse).—June 20, at Poplars, Epping, to Nancy and Arthur- a son (Allan Geoffrey).
SAXTON (nee Stephenson).—June 22, at St. Monah's, Cremorne, to Shirley
and John—a daughter (premature). (Both well.)
SCOTT (nee Hicks).—June 23, at Bunbury, Ashfield, to Moya and Joe— a daughter (Christine Imelda).
SHEERMAN (nee Malvern).—June 29, to Nancy and Alwyn (Bill)—a son (Robert Alwyn).
SIMMONS.—At Mater Misericordiae to Doll and Jack, Naremburn—a son (John Peter).
SIMPSON.—June 27, 1950, at King George V Hospital, to Elvie and John, of Earlwood—a daughter (Helen Eliza- beth).
SINDEL.—June 28, at Crown Street Hospital, to Marie and Harold—a
SMART (nee Neville).—June 26, at Briarways, Guildford, to Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smart—a son (Peter Graeme).
SMITH.—June 30, at Englewood pri- vate hospital, Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Smith—a son (James Patrick).
STEVENS (nee Thompson).—June 28, 1950, at King George V, to Elaine and Terry—the gift of a daughter (Karyn Michelle). Both well.
STEWART (nee McIlroy).—June 28, at King George V (Inter.), to Peter and Robin, of Whale Beach—a son (Peter Andersen).
STOYLES.—June 26, at The Poplars, Epping, to Lois and Harry—a daughter (Wendy Robin).
SUTTON (nee Wright).—June 27, at Crown Street Women's Hospital (Inter- mediate), to Jes and Edd—a daughter (Janet Clare).
TOWNSEND (Sartoria).—JunE 27, at Lake Cargelligo, to Nancy and Donald —a daughter.
VICKERY.—June 25, at War Mem- orial Hospital, Waverley, to Dulcie and Kelvin Vickery—a son. (Stillborn.)
WALTERS.—June 23, at Grafton, to Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Walters—a son (Robert John).
WEEKES.—June 28, at Kogarah Hos- pital, to Gwenneth and Robert—a
WENTWORTH.—June 24, at Royal North shore, to Patricia and Fred—a daughter (Janis).
WOODS (nee Frizelle).—June 24, at King George V, to Ruth and Innes— a daughter (Wendy Ruth).
WORTHINGTON (nee Milby Reardon). —June 27, at St. Monan's hospital, Cremorne, to Milby and Hugh—a son.
ALLCOCK—BOWMAKER.—The En- gagement is announced of Janet May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bowmaker, of Concord West, to John Reginald Allcock, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Allcock, of Concord.
ARTHUR—JOHNSON.—The Engage- ment is announced of Gwynneth, only daughter of the late Mr. F. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, of Hurstville, to Ross, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Arthur, of Hunter's Hill.
BAGLIN—HOTSTON.—The Engage- ment is announced of Pauline Lesley, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hotston of Haberfield, to Donovan Norman, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. N.A. Baglin, of Bondi.
BAISTOW—WILSON.—The Engage- ment is announced of Iris Doreen, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. C. Wilson, of Enfield, to Ellison Ronald, son of Mrs. S. J. Balstow, of Kogorah and the late Mr. E. Balstow, of W.A.
BURGESS—DAVIS.—The Engagement is announced of Gwendoline June, young- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. F. Davis, of Kurrajong, to Geoffrey Ian, third son of the late Mr. H. Burgess and of Mrs. B. L. Burgess, of Blax- land's Ridge.
ment is announced of Nelle Rose, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paino, of Bondi, and Jim, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carnovale, of Brook-vale.
ment is announced of Irene, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clayton, of Castle Hill, to Francis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cleary, of Highgate Hill, Brisbane.
ment is announced of Mary, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Gardiner, of Georgetown, to Lawrence Joseph, fourth son of Mrs. M. and the late J. B. Collins, of Merriwa.
DAWSON-JONES.-The Engagement is announced of Mavis, only daughter of the late Mr. S. A. Jones, of Croydon, and Mrs. L. Jones, of Lakemba, to Bruce Donald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dawson, of West Ryde.
DENNISS-ALBERY.-The Engage- ment is announced of Philippa May, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. T. Albery, of Bankstown, to Alick,elder son of the late H. De H. Denniss and Mrs. J. E. Mossman, of Lane Cove.
DOONAN-MEREDITH.-The Engage- ment is announced of Joan, elder daugh- ter, of Mr. and Mrs. L. Meredith, of Croydon, to Noel, second son of Mrs. M. Doonan and the late F. Doonan, Ashfield.
is announced of Pearl Louisa, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Salter,
of Yabba Gabba, Deniliquin, to Charles Ingle, second son of Mrs. A. G. and the late Mr. Driver, of Barrabool, Boo- roorban.
ment is announced of Mary Irene, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hearne, of Spring Valley, Peelwood, to Colin Thomas, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dunbar, of the Rural Bank, Albury.
EBSWORTH-PAPWORTH.-The En- gagement, is announced of Veronica Joan, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Papworth of Springwood, to Clifton Browning, only son of Mr. C. Ebsworth and the late Mrs. M. Ebsworth, of
EDWARDS-THOMSON.-The Engage- ment is announced of Betty Helen, younger daughter of Mr. und Mrs. W. Thomson, of Penshurst, to Basil James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ed- wards, of Launceston, Tasmania.
HAMMOND-SMITH.-The Engage- ment is announced of Maureen Edith, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith, of Epping, to Leslie Golding, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hammond, of Ballandool, Hebel, Old.
HENDERSON-SMITH.-The Engage- ment is announced of Kathleen Ruth, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smith, of New Lambton, Newcastle, to Clyde Stewart, youngest son of Mrs. A. Henderson and the late Mr. J. Henderson, of Eastwood.
HIBBERD-MOFFITT.-The Engage- ment is announced of Ruth Winsome, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Moffitt, of Parramatta, to Robert Campbell, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hibberd, of Epping.
HOLLAND-THOMSON.-The Engage- ment is announced of Margaret Ruth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomson, of Gladesville, to George McIntosh, only son of the Rev. G. Hol- land, of Roseville, and of the late Mrs. Holland.
HOSKING-TRITTON.-The Engage- ment is announced of Shirley Beryl, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Trit- ton, of Concord, to Ernest Keith, young- est son of Mrs. O. Hosking, of Bondi.
JORDAN-MILLER.-The Engagement is announced of Margaret Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. H. Miller, of Brighton East, Victoria, to Howard Arthur, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jordan, of Gypmie, Queens- land.
JOSEPH-WOOTTEN.-The Engage- ment is announced of Felicity, younger daughter of Major-General and Mrs. G. F. Wootten, of Melbourne, to Dr. Far- mery Vincent, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Joseph, of Lithgow.
KAVANAGH-QUILTY.-The Engage- ment is announced of Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Quilty, of Huristone Park, to Francis Joseph, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Kavanagh, of Lewisham.
LEE-WATERHOUSE.-The Engage- ment is announced of Margaret, eldest daughter of Professor, and Mrs. W. L. Waterhouse, of Lindfield, to Ronald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee, of Lindfield.
LOVETT-DAVIDSON.-The Engage- ment is announced of Nancy Jean, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Davidson, of Epping, to Norman Beresford, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lovett, of Gladesville.
LYON-RAINS.-The Engagement is announced of June Alexander Rains, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rains, of Main Road, Eltham, Victoria, to John Reginald Lyon, formerly of Marrickville, Sydney,
McDOUGALL- GUIVER.-The Engage- ment is announced of Esme, youngest daughler of Mr. and Mrs. W. Gulver, of Petersham, to Neville, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. McDougall, of Peter-
NICHOLLS-POLLARD.-The Engage- ment is announced of Bredgena Isobel (Jean), third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pollard, of Bexley, to Ronald Cameron, of Marrickville second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholls, of Brisbane, Queensland.
O'SHEA-RICHARDS.-The Engage- ment is announced of Joan, only daugh- ter of the late W./O. and Mrs. Richards, to Anthony James, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. O'Shea, of Canter- bury.
PARRISH-PETRIE.-The Engage- ment is announced of Laurel Fay, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Petrie, Elizabeth Street, Camden (formerly of Bomaderry), to Mervyn, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parrish, of Concord.
PASHLEY-DEMPSEY.-The Engage- ment is announced of Eileen Claire, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Demp- sey, Kingsford, to Clifton Alwyn, second son of Mrs. F. M. and the late Mr. H. Pashley, of Bundaberg, Qld,
PHILLIPS-PERRIE. - The Engage- ment is announced of June, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Perrie, of Bondi, to Trevor, only son of Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Phillips, of Bondi.
PRIEST-SCIFLEET.-The Engage- ment is announced of Betty Elaine, eld- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Scifleet, Kia-Ora, Binnaway, N.S.W., to James Holdenson, twin son of Mrs. G. H. Priest and the late Mr. Priest, of Pakenham East, Victoria,
PRUNTY-PEACOCK.-The Engage- ment is announced of Colleen Josephine, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Peocock, of Fivedock, to Stanislaus Richard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Prunty, of Drummoyne.
REYNOLDS-DENT.-The Engagement is announced of Frances, youngest daughter of Rev. O. G. and Mrs. Dent, of Lawson, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Reynolds, of Melbourne.
RITCHIE-WHITE.-The Engagement is announced of Lois Isabel, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Willie, of Beverly Hills, to Lawrence William, only son of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Ritchie,
ROBERTS-BOWLER.-The Engage- ment is announced of Anne, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bowler, of Armidale, to Alfred, only son of Mr. S. M. and the late Mrs. N. E. Roberts, of Orange.
SCRIVENER-COX.-The Engagement is announced of Ruth, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Cox. Living- stone, Wagga Wagga, to William, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Scrivener, Mt. Irvine. N.S.W.
SMITH-BEDSON.-The Engagement is announced of Dorothy Helen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Bedson, of Ashbury, to John, only son of thc late Mr. S. C. Smith and Mrs. E. Smith, of Bronte.
TREHEARNE-PITMAN.-The En- gagement is announced of June Muriel, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pitman, of Woonona, to Robert Ed- win, elder son of Mrs. A. R. Trehearne,
TRY-SHURLEY.-The Engagement is announced of Patricia, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Shurley, of Merrylands, to Maxwell, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Try, of Merrylands.
VEIGEL-MAHER.-The Engogement is announccd of Norma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Maher, of Lane Cove, to Ronald, second son of Mr. and Mrs. George Veigel, of Candelo.
WALKER-CALLACHOR.-The En- gagement is announced of Cairo Phillipa, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Callachor, of Clovelly, to Robert Edwin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Walker, of Randwick.
WALSH-BIRD.-The Engagement is announced of Marie, elder daughter of Major T. H. Bird, D.S.O., and Mrs. Bird, of Seaforth, to John, third son of James Walsh, of Crow's Nest.
WRIGHT-GRAY.-The Engagement is announced of Valarie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gray, of Brook- vale, to Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wright, of Cabramatta.
MONEY-STUCKEY.-June 23, 1950, at All Saints' Woollahra. by Rev. G. Conelly, Dorothy, daughter late Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Stuckey, South Aus- tralia, to Harley, son late Dr. and Mrs. Angel Money, Sydney.
POLLARD-WIMBLE.-June 16, at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster. London, Douglas Thomas, only son of the late Mr. T. C. Pollard, and of Mrs. Pollard, of Newcastle. N.S.W., to Kath- leen June, only child of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wimble, of Double Bay.
WATSON-MacINNES.-June 5, at St. Augustine's Church, Hamilton, Bris- bane, Mary (Molly), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. MacInnes, of Belle- vue Hill, to Keith, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. C. Watson, of Peter- sham.
DIENER - BARNCASTLE.-July 4, 1925, by the late Rev. Dr. Daly, at St. Mary's, Concord, Rene to Mick. Present address. 88 Links Avenue, Concord.
LEE-CABBOLL.-July 1, 1900, at St. Francis', Melbourne, by Rev. Alex May, Isabel Marion to John.
ROLL OF HONOUR
HARRINGTON.-July 1, 1942, Gnr. George Harrington, N109690. lost at sea.
Eight years ago we had to part.
With one we loved with all our heart. The wound is deep, will never heal, And God alone knows how we feel.
Always remembered by his loving mother, sisters, Linda and Laurel, and brother, Archie.
AUSTIN, Annie Sophia. - June 28, 1950 (late of Bath Road, Sutherland), beloved wife of the late Oscar William Austin, and mother of Vera (Mrs. Col- quhourn, deceased), William (deceased), Thirza (Mrs. Geddes), Florence (de- ceased), Ethel (Mrs. Woodlands), Olive (Mrs. Whitty), Muriel (Mrs. Marsh), Nesbitt (deceased), Eric Hugh, Elsie (de- ceased), and Archie Philip, daughter of the late Reginald Baptiste, Nundah, Queensland, aged 90 years. Interred Methodist Cemetery, Woronora, June 29, 1950.
BAKER, Frederick. - June 29, 1950,
after short illness, at his residence, "Bibury", Rosebery street, Manly Vale, dearly beloved husband of Edith Maud Baker and loved father of Gwendoline (Mrs. Roney, Western Australia), Ivy (Mrs. Lucas, Manly Vale), also loved grandfather of Bill, Maudie, Jack, Jim, Fred, Betty, Ronnie, Barry, Margaret (deceased), and Dianne.
BALMAIN, Peter.-June 30, 1950, of 20 Bruce Road, Warrawong, beloved father of Peter and Tom (deceased), Neille (Mrs. V. Woodall, of Port Kembla), John (of Wollongong), May (Mrs. H. Dovie, of Port Kembla), Chris (Mrs. W. Davie, of Lithgow), and Bill (of Warrawong), aged 85 years.
BISHELL, Doris Mary.-June 30, 1950, at Parramatta District Hospital, late of 42 Oxford Street, Guildford, dearly beloved wife of Harry and loving mother ol Robert and Jeffrey, aged 42 years. For funeral announcement see Monday's "Herald."
BOWRING, Claire.-June 26. at Lae, New Guinea, dear mother of Diana and Tony, sister of Eileen and Frank Foley.
BRENNAN. John Patrick.-June 26, 1950 suddenly, at Warren hospital, dar- ling son of Frank and Mary, and loving brother of Peter. Michael, and Frances, aged 15 months. R.I.P.
BRISCOE, Frances Elizabeth-June 30. 1950 late of Ross Street. Parramatta, widow of Edward, dear mother ot Jane (Mrs. Hammer), grandmother of May. and deor sister of Eliza (Mrs. Slade), Charles and William Crittenden. Age
BRUCE, Annie.-June 30. 1950 at hospital, of 18 Milroy Avenue, Kensing- ton dearly loved mother ot Mavis and deor sister ot Frank and Charles Mooney, aged 50 years. At rest.
CAMPBELL, Kenneth McDonald.-June 29 1950, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mr's Henry Campbell. 12 Hamilton Street. Rose Bay. aged 3 days.
CARNELL, Ethel Mary.-June 24. 1050 (suddenly), of 80 Cronulla Street, Allawah, dearly beloved sister of Thomas and Harry Carnell. Privately interred, June 26. 1950. Congregational cemetery.
CARPENTER, Emily Jane_June 29, at lier residence, 2 Cooper Park Rd, Bellevue Hill, beloved mother of Ellia beth, Dorothy. William. Thomas. Pri- vately cremated June 30.
CARR. William Jesse.-June 30, 1950, at his residence, 589 Willoughby Road, Willoughby, dearly loved husband of Christina. At rest.
CLYMER. Rachel.-June 30. 1950. at a Private Hospital. Meadowbank, for- merly of Katoomba, widow of the late Perce Clymer and dearly beloved mother of Heather (Mrs. B. O'Halloran), Aged 69 years.
COLLUMB, Theresa.-June 30, 1950, at her residence. 147 Cardigan Street, Stanmore, late of Balmain, loving mother of Mary (Mrs. Perigo). Florence (de- ceased), and Joseph, and dear grand- mother of Irene, Marie, and Fred, aged 93 years. R.I.P. Sec Monday's "Herald" for funeral notice.
COUPE, Emily.-June 29. 1950. at her residence, 9 Lackey Street Fairfield, widow of Ernest Albert Coupe and loved mother of Walter. Lizzie and Silvia. Age 80 years.
DENHAM, Doris May -June 27, at Newcastle Hospital, beloved wife of Albert Denham, mother of Bert, Barbara, Robert, Margaret, Janice, and Unice, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jack-
DRENNAN, Marion -June 30, 1950. at her residence. 5 Upper Road. Forest Lodge, dearly loved wife of the late Thomas Drennan, and loving mother of Eileen. William. Thomas (deceased). Thelma, David, Besse (deceased), Neil, and Donald, aged 80 years. At rest.
DRENNAN, Marion.-June 30. 1950. at her residence, 5 Upper Road. Forest Lodge, dearly loved sister of Nell Cochran, of Adaminaby and Tumut, and of the late Janet, May, Lach. Bessie. Flo. Amanda, and Janie, aged 80 years.
DREW, Frederick Patrick.-June 30. 1950. at his residence, 11. Merton Street. Sutherland, dearly beloved, husband of Mrs. Alice Bertha Drew, aged 86 years. At rest.
EDWARDS, Albert James (Jim).-June 30, 1950. at his residence, 18 Stephens Street, Randwick, relict of Agnes Pat- ricia Edwards, aged 76 years. At rest.
EGGINS, Margaret Ellen.-June 30, 1950, at her daughter's residence, 48 General Holmes Drive, Brighton-le- sands (formerly of 15 Bay View street, Arncliffe), dearly loved wife of the late Wilfred Aaron Darke Eggins, dear mother of Stanley and Lorna (Mrs. H. Attwooll), loved mother-in-law of Dorothy and Harold, and fond grandmother of Robyn, Donald, Elaine, Kenneth, and Colin, aged 56 years. Newcastle papers please copy. See Monday's "Herald" for funeral announcement.
EKIN, Hugh.-June 30. 1950. at his residence, 9 Barton Street, West Koga- rah, beloved husband of the late Minnie Ekln and dear father of Jack (Leeton), Cissle (Mrs. John Cowan. Northern Ire- land), Bert (deceased), Hubert (Coota- mundra), and beloved cousin of Louie McKinley (Kogarah), aged 89. years. Pri-
ERSKINE. Mary Ann.-June 29, 1950 (suddenly), at her residence. 10 Bishops Avenue, Randwick, dearly beloved mother of Jack. Kellie, Pierre, Keith, and Esme (Mrs. C. Jefferson), aged 79 years.
FIELD, William Thomas.-June 30. 1950, ot Parramatta Hospital, late of 232 Old Windsor Road. Wentworthville. Loved husband of Mary Jane Field.
GALLAGHER. Ellen Acnes.-June 30. 1950. at her residence. 184 Oxford Street, Woollahra, relict of the late Daniel Gallagher, and dearly loved mother ot Reginald, Monica. Nina, and Bede. Requiescat in pace.
GIDDY, Mary Ann.-June 25. 1950, at her residence, 35 Rangers Avenue. Mosman, beloved wife of Thomas G. J. Giddv. Privately cremated.
GILLMAN. Laura Rebecca.-June 27, 1950. beloved wile of William Joseph Gillman, formerly of Melbourne, and lov- ing mother of Bert, Lily, Emilie, and Myrtle, aged 89 years. At rest. By request, privately cremated at Northern Suburbs Crematorium, June 28, 1950.
GRADY, Annie Maude.-June 27. at Canowindra, loved mother of Mena (Mrs: F. Tierney) and "Boy," loving mother in-law of Frank and Mollie. R.I.P.
GRAY, Isobel Mabel.-June 29. 1950. at her residence. Edward Street, Orange, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Holmes, loving sister- of Jane, Jessie. Alice and Fred, Aged 55 years. At rest.
GRENENGER, Wentel.-June 24, 1950. at Mlnnjl, Nyasaland, Africa, late of Braidwocd. . ?
HALL, Mary Ann.-June 30. 1950, at Inc Mater Hospital, and late of 22 Dud- ley Road, Rose Bay. relict of the late Thomas Hall and mother of Marion (Mrs. Pearce), Arthur, and Harry, and grand- mother ot Vera (Mrs. Jordan). Joyce (Mrs. Craig). Tom. and Judith, and great-grandmother of Graeme. In her 79th year.
HIGGING, Peter.-June .30, 1950, at 23 Robinson Street, Croydon. Requiescat in pace.
HOGAN, James.-June 29, 1950, at his residence, 41 Sixth Avenue, Campsie, relict ot Amy Elizabeth Hogan and loved father of Eva, Ilma, Clarence. Chris, Elsie. Les, and John, aged 92 years. R.I.P. .
HOLROYD, George Leslie.-June 28, 1950, at Mascot, beloved brother ot Alice, Vera, Jack, and Helen (Mrs. Omont). Privately cremated June 30,
1950, ot Woronora.
JOHNSON, Henry Thomas.-June 30, 1950. at his residence, 2a Lamrock Avenue, Fivedock, formerly of Windsor, beloved husband of Florence Ada John- son and dearly loved father of Arthur, Alma, Gwen (Mrs. J. Davies). Florence (deceased), and Evelyn, aged 72 years. See Monday's "Herald" for funeral
JONES, Margaret.-June 30, 1950, at
21 Hinkler Street, Mayfield, relict of the late Alfred Jones and loving mother of Bert, Eric. Rodger. Hughie. Evelyn (Mrs. Annis). Olive (Mrs. Haigh). Elsie (Mrs. Fenton), Kathleen (Mrs. Hirst), and Una (Mrs. Brazel).
LAMB, Harriet .-June 24. 1950. at the residence of. Mrs. J. Button, Royd, 9 George Street, Parramatta. Sadly missed.
LATHAM, Darius. - June 22, at Stoke,
England, dearly loved dad of Mrs. Alec Gibbons. 65 Malabar Road, Coogee.
LYNCH, Archibald-June 30. 1950, at hospital, of 24 Cumberland Road, Auburn, beloved husband of Mary and loving father of Henry. Flora, Elma, and Robert, aged 68 years. At rest.
MADDEN, Jane Elisabeth.--June 30, 1950. ot her residence, 160 Blacktown Road, Blacktown, beloved mother of Elsie, James, and Vincent, grandmother of Norma, Shirley, Jim, and Noelene. aged 82 years. See Monday's "Herald for funeral notice.
MARSHALL, Grace Maud.-June 30, 1950, of Mosman, beloved wife of thc late George Marshall, and loved mother of Phyllis (Mrs. D. Welch). Jean (Mrs. R. Redolí), and Grace (Mrs. E. Lambie).
MAXWELL, Annie Florence Adelaide.-. June 30, 1950, at her residence 1 Brett Flats., Lavender Street, Lavendel' Boy, formerly of Wee Waa, widow of William Francis Maxwell, loved mother pf Wil- liam, James, and Annie (Mrs. E. Harris), aged 65 years Requiescat In Pace.
MAY, Harriet Amy.-June 30, ,1950, at the Royal North Shore Hospital, late of 49 Christie Street, St. Leonards, loved mother of Bill and Kathleen, dear mother-in-law of Gwladys and grand- mother of Peter ond Paul, aged 59 years.
METCALF, Henry James.-June 9; at his home. Auckland. N.Z.. dear brother of Emm. and Beck.
MILBURN. Ernest.-June 27. 1950 (suddenly), late 1st A.I.F.,. late Cardiff I.8.S., beloved husband of Violet and father of Roger and Harry, and brother in-law and uncle ot H. Hodgkins, and family. Mrs. A. Hodgkin and daughter.
MORRIS, Patrick Francis.-June 28, 1950. beloved husband of Della Mary Morris and loving father of Moira, Ros- etta, Anthony (Jim), John (deceased), and Eileen, aged 77 yeoro. Requiescat In pace. Privately interred Friday. June 30, 1950. . .."
PATERSON, Lesby Richard.-June 29, 1950, of 13 Green Street, Kogarah, dearly beloved husband or Emily Pa ter- son and loved father of Coraline (Mrs. Bye). Kathleen (Mrs Johnson). Nita (Mrs. Ash), John, and Eileen, oged 65 yepLAYEB,' John Kevin.-June 29, 1950,
ot thc Children's Hospital, Camperdown, dearly loved Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ployer, of 34 Catherine Street, Leichhardt. "Aged 7 months.
REES. Ernest J. W.-June 28, 1950, -Lower Clarence Hospital, North Coast, and of 45 Henson Street, Summer Hill, the loved husband of Winifred and dear father of Rhondda and Lloyd.
RODNEY. Frederick William.-June 29, 1950, late 1st A.I.F.. eldest son of thc late Frederick ond Mary Rodney and loved brother of Barbara (Mrs. W. Murphy), Basil (deceased). Nelhe (Mrs. E. C. Wilson). Haze! (Mrs. F, Turner), Robert-(deceased). Ida (deceased), aged
S ADDINGTON, Ronald Menzies.-June 20. 1950. brother of Miss M. Bodding- ton, of Newport, and A. G. Saddlngton, of Pymble. Privately cremated.
SUARPLEY, Florence.-June 30. 1950, at her residence, 39 Station Road, Au- burn, dearly loved wltc of Gilbert ond loving mother of Fred. Joan, Kathleen (Mrs. Jamieson), Dorothy, Jock, Ronald (deceased), Ben, Irene, Gwenda, Pamela, and loved mother-in-law of Rae. Elvie, and Gordon, and fond grandmother of Yvonne. Beverly, Pauline, and Robert, aged 55 years. At rest. _ ,
SHEEHAN. Wllllom.-June 27. 19o0. nt Lewisham Hospital, late of 4 Hawk- hurst Street. Marrickville, aged 75 years. Privately interred June 28 ill Botony Cemetery. Requiescat in pace.
SHORTER, James Wallace.-June 30, 1950, at Beecroft, dearly beloved hus- band of Florence, dear father of Russell, Isabelle, and ' Travers (R.A.A.F., de- ceased), and dear brother of Mrs. Wen born, oged 67 years.
SLATER, Thomas Henry.-June 27, 1950, ut Adelaide. S.A.. deorly beloved father of Ellen (Mrs. Hackett). Ernest, Sidney (deceased). Thomas. Stanley. Frederick, -ni-.d Jack, aged 69 years.
S.UITH, Jahn.-June 30. ,1950. st Ryde District Hospital, late of 8 Moira Avenue. West Ryde, beloved husband of Eileen, and dear father of Muriel (Mrs. s. Brown), and Joyce (Mrs. H. How'k 3haw) aged 69 years. For funeral de- tails sec Monday's "Herald. ' . _
SMITH. Marguerite-June 29. 1950. at her residence, 29 Fitzgerald Street
Bondi Junction, deorly beloved wife of George Arthur, and dear mother ot Alfred James, Isobel. Harold. Francis, and John. Aced 61 years.
STAPLETON, Arthur Charles.-June .>7 1950 of 278 Concord Road. Con- cord West, husband of Nellie Theresa,
deceased, and loved father of Pot (Mrs. Bulgin) Myro. Phyllis (Mrs. Brooks), Venetia <Mis. Harvey).,, aged 70 years. Privately cremated. _
SWAIN, Charles Amos.-June 23. 1950 suddenly. dear brother of Sarah and Elizabeth Tornquist (deceased) In- terred Cothollc Cemetery, Moruya, June 28. 1950. Rest in peace.
SWAYNE, Florence Bowdlch.-June 30 1950, at privóte hospital, Gordon, lot'e of Bushlands Avenue, Gordon, aged
THORPE, Frederick Edmund.-June
29. 1950, At his residence, 310 Bondi Road, Bondi, dearly loved husband of Miriam Thorpe, loving father of Ernest (deceased). Clyde. Neville (deceased), and Ursula (Mrs. J. Horan), and loved grand- father of Lionel and Geoffrey, aged 86 vcars. Privately cremated June 30.
TREVITT. Victor Maurice-June 26, 1950, killed In air occident at York. Western Australia, dearly beloved hus bond of Gwenyfer Trevltt. ot 64 Bennett Street, West Ryde, ond loved father of Denise ond Daryl, aged 29 years.
TREVITT, Victor Maurice.-June 26. 1950, killed in air accident at York. Western Australia, dearly beloved son of Mrs Lillian Elizabeth »nd the late George' Cecil Trevltt. of 25 Murray Street. Croydon, and loved brother of Roland. Marjorie. Reain»ld, "Allan, Geoffrey, »nd Doreen (Mrs. Sullivan),
aged 29 years.
WATSON. Bertha.-June 30. 1950, at hospital, widow of the late William Watson, of 65 West Street, Balgowlah, beloved sister of Mrs. E. J. Woodley (Waverton,) Mrs. D. Cameron (New Zealand), Mrs. G.. Langford (Rose- ville), and Mrs. R. Lyttlc (Newcastle).
lOUNG, Henry Frank (1st Batt.. A.I.F.. on Anzac).-June 10. 1950, at his home Woodville Street, Perth, be- loved husband cf Or ncc Young, formerly of Woodleigh. Hurstville, and Engadine.
YOUNG, William Robert.-June SO, 1950, ot his residence, 119 Altrcd Street. Sons Souci, dearly loved husband of Alice Florence Young and loved lather cf Ernest, Ruby (Mri.- Randill). Gladys (Mrs. Harvey), and Ronald (deceased), aged 19 years. At rest.
YOUNG. William R.-June 30. 19S0. at his residence, Ramsgate, much loved
lather of the late R. J. C. Young, ano loved father-in-law and grandfather ot Edina and Rona._
ANGUS.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Mary Elizabeth, who deported this lifo July 1, 1943. Inserted by her loving lamlly.
AKM8TKAD.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Addle, Fondly remem- bered by Lena. George. Archie. Thelma.
BAILEY.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Kitty, who passed away July 1, 1941. Sadly missed by her lov- ing brother and sister, Jack and Dolly.
BAILEY.-In loving memory ot our dear sister-in-law and aunt. Kitty, who passed away July 1. 1941. Never for- gotten by Bertha and family.
BAIRD.-In loving memory of our little son and brother, David John, who passed away, July 1, 1949. Sadly missed
by Judy, Mummy, Dad.
BALDWIN.-In loving memory of our I dear son and brother John Edward, who| passed away July 2. < 1949. Inserted by his . sisters.
BARTLETT,-In loving memory of my I dear wire and our dear mother. Emily Jane, whom God called home July 1,
Your memory is a keepsake,
From which we'll never part; God has you in His keeping,
We have you in our hearts.
Inserted by her loving husband. James, and daughters, Verile and Reta.
BEATTY.-In loving memory of our son and brother. Edgar Leslie, passed away July 2, 1949. Always remembered by his mother , and brother. George.
BENNIE. -In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away July 2, 1941. Inserted by Lizzie, Dave, and
BLACK.-July 1, 1948. In loving memory of my dear husband and father of Jean, Bob, Betty, and Bel.
BLEACH.-In loving memory of my father, William who passed away July 2, 1949.
Good was his heart, his friendship sound. Loved and respected by all around; To a beautiful life came the end
He died as he lived, everyone's friend. We have lost, but heaven has gained, One of the best fathers this world
Always- remembered by his loving daughter. Josephine.
BRANAGAN.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Stephen, who passed away July 2, 1041. Always remembered by his loving wife and family.
BRUCE.--In loving memory of my dear husband, Stan, who passed away Juiy 1. 1943. .
Time may pass, but memories never. Dearly loved, sadly missed.
Inserted by his loving wile. Poppy.
BRUCE.-in loving memory of our dear brother, brother-in-law, and uncle, Stanley Bruce, died July 1. 1943. In- serted by Syd. Ann, Jim, and Mar- garet.
BULGIN.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Benjamin,
Keith, Les, and Ron.
BURGOYNE.-in loving memory ol my dear wile und our dearly loved mother, Alice May, who passed away July 1 1948. Inserted by her loving husband and family. ??
CAIN.-Fond memories of our beloved mother, Louisa, died July 2, 1943. Sadly missed by daughters Alice, Hose, May, Kath, Ada.
CAMPBELL,-In loving memory of my dear, wile Matilda, our mother, grand- mother, and mother-in-law, called home July 2, 1949. ?
As tho leaves of memory fail. Tenderly we count them alt. Inserted by her loving lamlly.
CAMPBELL.-In loving remembrance of my dear wile, Matilda, and dear mother, who passed away July 2, 1949. Not forgotten by her loving husband, Dave, and daughter, Maud, and Ernest.
CAMPBELL.-Treasured memories of our dearest mother, who passed away July 2, 1949.- Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by her loving daughter, Ann, son-in-law, ' Peter, grandchildren, Helen!, Peter, Betty Soulos, Joan and Arthur Fitzgerald.
CARTAAR.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Alice, and our mother, who passed away July 1, 1943.
Inserted by her husband, son, and|
daughter. Jimmy and Yvonne.
CARTAAR.-In loving memory of Alice, who passed away July 1, 1943. Always remembered by her loving mother and lamlly.
CARTER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Mory, died July 2, 1947. Ever remembered by her loving daugh- ters and sons-in-law.
CHANDLER.-in loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Stanley Alfred, accidentally killed July 2. 1948.
In our garden of memories
We walk with you each day.
Inserted by his loving wife, Myrtle, and daughters, Joy and Robyn,
CHANDLER.-Treasured and loving memory ot our dear son and brother, Stanley 'Alfred, accidentally killed July 2, 1948. Your memory ls a keepsake. Sadly missed. Dad, mum. Jean, Alice, Billie, and families.
CHURCHILL.-In loving memory of my dear wife our mother, mother-in law grandmother, Florence Wyben, passed away June 30, 1949.
Every day In some sweet way.
Your loving memories come our way.
Inserted by her loving husband. Edna, Bill. Jon ii. Joe, and Robin.
CHURCHILL_In loving mcrocry of dear sister. Florence Wiben. who died June 30, 1949. Sadly missed by LUI and Reg. Borwick.
CLARKE,-In loving memory of our dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother, Cecilia Maude Clarke, who passed away July 2, 1949. Inserted by daughter Doris, son-in-law Byd, and family. At rest.
CLIMPSON.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Elizabeth Cltmpson, who passed away July 1, 1949. Inserted by her son George, Emma and family.
COWIE.-In loving memory of Patricia Kay. Sadly missed. Inserted by Auntie May. Uncle Peter, and family.
COWIE.-In loving memory of our dear niece and cousin, Patricia Kay, who passed away July 1, 1948. In- serted by Aunty Peg. Uncle Ted, ond Beverley.
CRAWFORD.-Time posses, memories remain..ol our darling mum and dad, who passed away July -1, 1948 and Octo- ber 5, 1936. , Always remembered by their loving daughters. Ida and Evelyn.
CREALY.-In loving memory of my dear father, passed away July 2, 1937. Mary.
CREALY.-In fond memory of my dear father who passed away July 2, 1937. Always remembered by his loving son Les.
CREALY.-Cherished memories of, our dear father and grandfather, passed away July 2, 1937. Always remembered by his loving son, Luke, Jess, and grand- daughters.
CROSS.-In fond memory of our be- loved mother. Elsie, who was. called home July 3. 1949.
A beautiful Ute of kindly deeds,
A helping hand to those In need; Always'unselfish, loving, and kind,
A beautiful memory left behind.
. Inserted by her sorrowing sons, Lionel (Jim), Jackie, Nancy.
DEKYVERE,-In loving memory of my dear wife, Ursula Marie, who de- ported this life July 1, 1948. Sadly missed.
DENNER.-In loving memory of Alf. passed away July 1. 1949. Sadly missed by loving wife, Marjorie, and son, Bob.
DRUCE.-Cherished memories of our dear mother. Emily, who fell asleep July 1. 1946.
A wonderful mother.
A pal good and true:
One In a million, dear mum.
That was you.
Sadly missed by her daughters, Flo, Linda, Hilda, Lila and Olga, son, Gor- don, and sons-in-law, Jim, Frank and
DUESBURY,-In loving memory of my brother, Harry, who died June 28, 1949. Inserted by his loving brother, Will, and sister-in-law, Ruby.
DYER.-In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Arthur, who died July 1, 1923. Always remembered by wife, Irene, and sons, John and Reginald
EDWARDS.-In loving memory of our dear father, father-in-law, William John, who passed away July 1. 1949. Sadly missed by his loving . daughter, Betty, and son-in-law. Don.
ELLIS.-Treosured memories of Jack, dearly loved husband ot Nell, called home July 2, 1946.
EMMERSON.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Marion. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten. Her loving hus- band. Jim.
EMMERSON.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister. Marion.
In silence we remember. .
Her loving mother, sisters. Oath and |
EWINGTON_In loving memory of ourl mother Harriet Ewington. Loved by all. Cecil and Connie.
FAHEY.-In loving memory of our dnrllng daughter. Patricia Margaret (Patsy), who departed this life July 2, 1943. Always remembered by her loving mother and father.
FAHEY.-In loving memory of our loving sister. Patsy. Always remembered by her brothers and sisters, also nana
FURLONG.-In jovlng memory of our dear parents, who passed sway; Char- lotte May, January 27, 1925, and Pat- rick, June 2, 1943. Ever remembered by their loving family.
GANNON.-In loving memory or dearly; beloved husband. Donald, father Georgena. Bert, Dave.
GANNON.-In loving memory
dearly beloved lather, Donald. Eileen, Bill, Ronnie, and Kerrie.
GANNON.-In loving memory ot- my dear husband, John; and loving father, died July 1, 1943. Inserted by his loving family, mum, Joyce, Ken, - in-law. Wal. and Gail.
GOSPER.-In loving memory of: my dear wife and my dear mother, Ada, who passed away July 1. 1948. Remem- bered by her loving husband, Fred, and son, Alick.
GREIG.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother. Katie, who passed away July 1. 1939.
Loving memories always linger.
Inserted by her loving husband, chil- dren. son-in-law. daughter-in-law. grandchildren.
GREIG.-In loving memory ol ourl dear mother, who departed this Ute July 1, 1939.
In silence we remember.
Sadly missed by loving daughter, Kath, and family.
GREIG.-In loving memory of our darlintr Utile daughter. Judith Anne, fell asleep July 2. 1947. Sadly missed by her mother, father, brother, Ron, and twin elster, Janice.
GREY.-Tn loving memory of our dear son and brother. Aubrey, who was accidentally killed at Chatswood July 1. 1030.
Inserted by his loving mother, father,! brothers, Bazel and Kevin. I
GUY.-In memory of our dearly be- loved husband and lather, Verne Harold, called ta rest July 2, 1948.
Memories precious, that fill the days. Will live with us for always.
Inserted by his loving wife and family. HAISER.-Loving memories il our dear mother and grandma, Isabella Mary, passed away July 1. 1944. Always re- membered by Ivy. Jim, Keith, and Ron.
HALL.-in memory of my beloved wife, Maude, who passed away July 1, 1948. Always remembered by her husband. ,,
HALL.-In loving memory . of, our dearly loved sister. Maude. Sadly missed by Gert end Lin.
HALL.-In memory of my dear sis- ter, Maude, who died July 1, 1948. Sadly mlued. Maisie.
HANFORD.-Fond memories of our| dear friend, Andy. Always In thoughts of Alice and mother.
HARRIS.-In, loving memory of our son und brother, Reg, who passed away
June 30, 1946. Never forgotten by I mum, dad. Pat, and Charlie.
HARTLEY.-Fond thoughts of
loved Sally, passed on July 2, 1946. Roses fade, my dear one, but memories of you wilt Unger while lifo lasts. Sister. Edith.
HAYES.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our daddy. Richard Wat- son Hayes, passed away July 2, 1947. Sadly missed by his wife and children, Barbara, Judith, Dick, Lynette.
HOORE.-In sad and loving memory of my dear wife. Elizabeth Guthrie Hoore, who died July 1. 1936. aged 70 years, also my dear mother. Mary Ann Gee, who died July 4 1923, aged 73
There may have been many as good.
HOPPER.-In loving memory of my I dear son. Inserted by his loving mother.
Upright and Just to the end of hts
Loving and kind In all his ways. , Faithful and true In heart and mind. |
A beautiful memory he leaves behind. HOPPER.-In loving memory of our brother, Allan. In God's keeping. Re- membered by his sister and brother.
HUNT.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who died July 1, 1937, and dear father, who died May 30, 1929. Always remembered by Lucy, Vera, Mer- vyn, Amy, son-in-law Roy, and grand- son Frank.
JOHNSTONE.-In loving memory of our dear mother, mother-in-law. and giandmother, Emily Rosina who passed away July 1, 1943. Remembered by sons, daughter, son and daughters-in law, and grandchildren.
JONES.-In loving memory of our dear auntie, Florrie, passed away July 2. Gone, but always remembered by her loving niece. Florrie, and family.
JONES.-In loving memory of Aunty Sylvia, passed away July 2. 1949. Sadly missed by her nieces, Gwen, Mabs.
KAIN.-Time passes, memories
main, of iny dear mother, Delia, who passed away July 1, 1049. Always re- membered by her fond daughter and son-in-law, Amy and Bill.
KEANE.-In loving memory of my husband and father. Albert. Henry, who departed this Hie July 1, 1949.
God watched you as you suffered.
He knew you had had your share. He gently ? closed your weary eyes
And tock you In His care.
Inserted by his loving wife. Elsie, and children. Phillip, Edna. Frederick. . .
KING.-Loving memories of our bc loved only son and brother, John, lost at sea, on Montevideo Maru. Sadly missed by mum, dad, and Paula.
KING.-In ever loving memory
my dear brother. Anthony John, lost on tho Montevideo Maru. Inserted by Nancy. Harry, and children.
KIRTON.-In loving memory of my dear husband ,and our father and grandfather, William, who departed this Hie July 2, 1949, Forever, with thc
LAND.-In loving memory of my dear wife who passed awoy July 1. 1949. A golden memory silently kept.
, Always remembered by her loving hus-
band. ' '. ,
LAND.-In loving memory of my dear mother abd grandmother, who passed away July 1, 1949.
If you have a mother,
Cherish her with love and care.
For there ls nothing more heart-
Than a mother's vacant chair.
Sadly missed by her loving daughter and granddaughters, Maud and Joan and Joan Land.
LAND.-in loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 1. 1949. If all the world was ours to give we'd give lt, yes, and more, to see our. darling mother'« face come smiling through thc door. Always remembered by her loving children. Alf. Maud, Ern, Harry, Alan, Los, Ted; and daughters-in-law, Vic, Betty, Kath, Louie.
LAND,-in loving memory of our dear sister and sister-in-law. Lavinia Gert- rude, who passed away July 1. 1949.
A token of love and remembrance
Of one we never forget:
Her memory to us ls a treasure.
Her loss a lifetime regret.
Inserted by her loving brother. Fred, slster-ln-lav.', Ella, niece. Norma,
LAND.-In loving memory of Lavinia Gertrude, who passed away july 1, 1349, Always remembered by Clara and family.
LEE-Percy clarence, forever remem- bered by wife, Ruby, Beryl, Bill, Bob, Nonna, Bruce, and little Billy.
LEWIS.-In loving memory
dear husband and our father.. Arthur] Henry, passed away July 2, 1948.
We who miss his loving ways
Will never let his memory fade.
Inserted by his loving wile and daugh- ters. Rita, Jean, and Gloria,
LEWIS.-Loving memory of dcor mother, who passed away July 1, 1948. Do not ask us If we miss her.
There Is such a vacant place; Can we e'er forget her footstep.
And her dear familiar face.
Time has passed and still wo miss her,
. Words would fail our love to tell; But in heaven we hepe to meet her,
Jesus dooth all things will.
Inserted by her loving daughter, Tillie, son-in-law, Harry, grandson. Harry.
LYONS.-In memory of my dear wife, Rosina (Rose), who passed sway July 2, 1948. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by her loving husband, John Lyons. .
McCUE.-In - loving memory of my dear wife, Ethel, and our mother, who passed away June 29, 1949. Always remembered by her husband and family.
McFARLANE.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Jane McFarlane. who departed this life July 1. 1926.
To-day recalls sad memories
Of a loved one gone to rest.
Inserted by her loving daughter Jessie. McINTYRE.-In everlasting remem- brance. You arc forever In my heort. Dar!. Loved remembered by your sor- rowing wife. Moo.
McLOUGHLlN.-In memory of our dear friend. Miss Mary Mclaughlin. Inserted by Pat Bray and George Holllday.
MACKANESS.-Treasured .memories of our dear sister. Mary, who passad away suddenly July 2. 1949. Always remembered by Em ond Jack.
MANUEL.-Loving memory of dear dod Charles, passed away July 1,. 194B; also dear mum, passed away May 25, 1941. Not forgotten, Alma, Jack and grand-
MARON.-In loving memory of my mother, Mildred, passed away July 1, 1949. Always remembered by Eileen.
MASON.-In loving memory of our dear wife and' mother, Alice, who de- ported this life July 2, 1949. Always remembered by her loving husband and
MASON.-Sweet memories of my dear wife, our mother, nana, Alice, fell asleep ono year to-day. , . ....
Memory lane ls a lovely path,
Where thoughts and dreams are true, A lone wo often walk,' because,
Dear mum, lt leads to you.
? Pop, Tom, ? Lottie, Art, Elsie, Iris, Harold, Ruth, Lyne.
NICHOLLS.-In loving memory of our little friend. David, who passed away July 1, 1949. Inserted by tho Bairds.
NICOLL.-Treasured memories of our I darling baby, Walter William, who passed away July 1, 1942, aged 14 months.
A little token, true and tender,
Just to show we still remember:
Sadly missed by his loving mother and father and brother, Sidney.
NICOLL.-Sweet are the memories of our darling grandson and nephew. Walter William. Ever remembered by his loving grandparents, William and Jessie Knight, uncles and aunts, Alan, Douglas, Edna, and Mary. A bud in heaven.
NOBLE.-Richard Thomas. Your mem- ories are my keepsake, Tom. Loved al- ways ' by your sister Moy.
PARFITT.-In loving memory, of my husband and our, father, Les. who passed away July 1, 1949. Inserted by his wife, daughter, Shirley, son. Douglas.
PARSONS.-Loving memory ot my darling husband, Herbert Robert, and our dear dod and granddad. . who fell asleep July 1 1945: Sadly missed.
PETERS.-Loving memories of Uncle Henry (Pop). A year to-day. Coral.
PETERS.-In memory of Henry Nicho- las Peters, who passed away July 2. 1949. At Rest. Inserted by Elsie and Sid.
POWDITCH.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who fell asleep July 1, 1944.
Every day in some sweet woy
Your loving memory comes our way. A silent thought, a secret tear. Always wishing you were here.
Inserted by her son, Charles, daugh- ter-in-law, Nell, and grandchildren Nell and Marg. . ' . _
RAYMOND.-In> remembrance of my two eons, Doug, July 2, 1934, Gçott. December 16, 1947. Passed peacefully on ' to where the Sun never sets or the leaves fade. * " '
RAYNER.-Loving . memories of . dear Alex, brother ot Ada and Irene, died
July 2. 1949. -
ROBERTS.-In fond memory of a loving husband,' Fred, who passed away July 1. 1049. -
In silence, he, suffered;
in silence i'll* remember, always.
Inserted by his loving wife, Louise, and his friend, Wallie Anderson.
SCOTT.-In loving memory of my dear wife and mother. Ethel, who passed away July 1, 1935. ? . . .
Naught but ? the sweetest memories
remain. , ..... . . .
Inserted by her loving husband John, and daugntcr Edna.
SINDLEN.-In loving memory of our dear father Edward, who passed, sway un June 30, 1941. Always remembered by Victor and Emily.. . ? .
SKELTON.-In loving memory of my darling husband and our dad, John Shield, 18th Bin.. A.I.F.., who passed away July 1, 1949.
They shall not grow old
As we who ore lett grow old, Age sholl not weary them. Nor the years condemn.
At the going down ot the sun and
in the morning.
We shall remember them.
His wile, Jeannie, sons. John. Neville, and Aubrey, and Zoe.
SKELTON.-In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle. John Shield. God called homo to rest July 1. 1949. Always remembered by his loving bro- thers, sister, nephews, and niece, Bill, Henry. Primrose. Billy. Telford (de- ceased) Robert, and Gladys.
SMALL.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister. Doris Eileen, who fell asleep July 1. 1933, aged, 9 years 9 months.
IN. MEMORIAM I SMITH.-lu loving memory of my I dear wife. Ethel May. passed away July! 2, 1949, sadly missed. In ellence ll remember. Inserted by her loving hill band, Bert.
SMITH.-Bert, our dad. You were always loved, now sadly missed by Bert, Min, Betty, and Shirley.
SNELL.-Memories forever of mum, I gran, also Doiothy. Sadly missed by I Lily, Norm. Ethel. Jim.
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of Helen, who died July 1. 1903, aged 33 years, beloved mother ot Daisy Gemmell.
TAYLOR.-In loving memory, of our dear mother. Alice Jane, who passed away July 1, 1942. Inserted by her loving family.
TULLETT.-In ever-loving.memory of Percy (late of Menangle), who died July 1, 1949.
Oh,- for the touch of a vanished hand, And thc sound of a voice that ls still. Inserted by his loving wife and daugh- ter. Fay (Mrs. N. McLeod).
WALL,-In sod but loving memory ot our only two dear sons and brothers, 412286, Pilot-Officer John Edwin, aged 22. lost over tho Adriatic Sea. July 1, 1944. and Ftc. Glen (Bub) Wall, killed In action, N.G.. December 21. 1942, aged 19. They gave their all. Sadly missed by their loving mother, father and sis- ter Pamela.
WALL.-In loving memory of our dear nephew and' cousin. 412286 P.O. John Edwin, presumed to have lost his life July 7. 1944. Always remembered by the Pike family.
WEBER.-Dearest memories of our dear daughter. Elten, who passed away July 2, 1942. Always In our thoughts. Mummte, daddy.
WEBER.-Loving thoughts of our darling Ellen, July 2. 1942, Alwoys remembered by Grandma and Auntie Ella.
WEBSTER.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Peter, who passed away to where all ls peace and rest July 2. 1948. Inserted by his loving wife. Eva Sarah, and child- ren James, Peter, Alick, Edgar, and Jean.
WELLINGTON.-Lasting memories of my dear daughter and our dear sister, Minnie (nee Williams), died July 1, 1934. Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brothers.
WHITBY. - In loving memory of my darling Gwen, who passed away July 1, 1948. Always In my heart and sadly missing you, your devoted mother, Stella Collier, and your loving children, Frank and Merle.
WHITBY.-In loving memory of my dearest- friend, died July 1. 1948. Mabel and family.
WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who departed this Ute July 2. 1949. "Inserted by her loving son, William, daughter-in-law, and
WOODCOCK.-In loving memory' of our dear father and grandfather, Charles (Pop), passed away suddenly July 2, 1948. Always remembered by his lov- ing sons. Edward and family. Charles and family, and nedney.
WOODLEY.-In loving memory of my dear husbond and our father, George who died July 2, 1925. Inserted by his
wile and family.
WORRALL.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed sway July 1,
Those who have a mother,
' Cherish her with care.
For you never know thc heartache
Till you see her vacant chair.
Inserted by her loving son, daughter in-law, and grandchild,1 Bruce, Roymac,
euronne. . .
WORRALL.-In memory of our dear sister, Grace, who died July 1, 1949. Always remembered by Hannah, Edle, Harry, and Maggie.
YOUNG.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Sarah,' who passed away July 1, 1941. Always remembered by her loving daughters ond sons.
ON ACTIVE SERVICE
ABBOTT.-In loving memory of Cliff (Gunner C. J. Abbott), lost at sea. Montevideo Maru, July, 1942. Inserted by his loving sister, Molly (Mrs. " Penfold).
ALLSOPP.-In loving memory
Captain? R. J. Allsopp, A.A.M.C., killed In notion Bollkpapan, July 1, 1945. Dearly loved by dad. Kathleen, Eileen and Frank.
ARROW.-In sad and loving memory ol our dear son and brother. Earle, lost on Japanese prison ship July 1, 1942. Sadly missed by mum, dod. and brothers,
ATKINS.-In loving memory of F./Lt. D. R. Atkins. D.F.c. accidentally killed July 2, 1945. Always remembered by his loving wife, Enid.
BEXTON.-Pte. victor, died P.O.W. of Japanese, at sea, July 1, 1942:
The music of thy voice still echoes
within us. 1 Loving mum, dad. and family.
BREWER.-In loving" memory of oui dear son, Tpr. Allan Ludwell Brewer, NX78435, 2/5 Cav. Commando Sqdn., killed In action Borneo, July 1. 1945. Inserted by his parents and family,
BREWER.-Tpr, Alan Ludwell, NX78435, 2/5 Cav. Commando Sqdn., 2/7 Cav. Commando Regt., killed In action July 1, 1945. Deep In our hearts, Al. Never to be forgotten by his loving sister, Val, and brother-in-law, Basil, and niece, Vivien.
BROWN.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, NX191483, Gun- ner V. Peter G.. lost ot sea whilst P.O.W. In Montevideo Moru, July 2, 1942. Yours bc the glory still undimmed, Ours the remembrance. Sadly missed by mother, father and brother, Raymond. Also a tribute to his two comrades, Dessle and Wilfred.
BROWN.-In loving memory
NX37550, Gunner Max. 17th Anti-Tank, Rabaul, lost Montevideo Maru July 1, 1042. Always remembered. Mum, Ash- ley. Colin and Olive.
CALLAGHAN.-In loving memory of my beloved husband, Nelli. A.A.S.C., Rabaul, lost at sea. Montevideo Maru, July 1, 1942. Always remembered by his loving wife. Nell.
CHURCHILL.-Treasured memories of our dear brother and son, L/C Maxwell Norman, killed Ballkpapan, July 1, 1945,
Dearer to us than lite con tell,
Was the brother and son we laved so
We miss you Max, alwoys will.
But In our hearts you are with us
Always remembered by his loving mother, pop, brothers and sisters.
DARGIN.-Sacred memories of my be- loved son Bruce, NX59242, lost at sea July 1, 1942. Always in my heart.
DARGIN."-Loving memories of Bruce. Lost at sea July 1, 1942. Remembered always by grandma.
DARGIN.-Fond memories of Bruce. Remembered always by Uncle Alex., Glad and family, Albury. _
DARGIN.-Memories of my pal Bruce, lost at sea July 1, 1942. Not forgotten by Mick.
Montevideo Maru, July 1. 1942. Never forgotten by Stan, Mr. and Mrs. Cllngan, Enid, and Jack Coleman.
EMANUEL,-In loving memory of my beloved husband, Warrant Officer Fred- rick Balfe Emanuel, killed In action, July 2, 1945, at Bollkpapon.
.Until thc day dawns.
Inserted by his loving wife Molly.
EMANUEL.-In proud memory of
beloved son, NX41956, W.O. Frederick Balfe Emanuel. Far Eastern Liaison Office, killed in action at Ballkpapan, July 2, 1945. There is no death. In- serted by his loving mother and father.
GALVIN.-In loving memory of NX40255, Pte. Stanley Thomas Galvin.
Who died July 1, 1943, whilst P.O.W.,1 Malaya. Remembered by brother, Alf, arid sister-in-law, Olive.
GREENWOOD.-In loving memory ol my dear husband, Wilfred, father of Jack, who lost his life on the Monte- video Maru. 1942. Remembered by his sister Emily, brolhcr-ln-law Jim, and niece Jacqueline (Rabaul), sister-in-law and brother-in-law Alice. Horace, neph- ews Reg. Len and Audrey.
HANFORD,-Treosured memories ot Gwyn MacGregor Hanford, 2/3 Pioneer Batt., died July 1, 1944.
Softly thc leaves of memory fall. Tenderly we gather them all.
Mum, Leonie. Colin. ,
HARRINGTON.-Gnr. George. A.A.
Bty. 2/22 Bin., presumed lost at sea, prison ship Montevideo Maru. July 1, 1942. Loving brother of Elsie, brother in-law Frank, uncle of Michael and Peter.
HARRINGTON.-Treasured memories of Gnr. G. C.. A.A. Bty.. 2/22 Bin., A.I.F., Rabaul, lost prison ship Monte- video Maru, July 1, 1942. Ever remem- bered by Aunties Katie, Lottie, and Uncle
HARRIS.-In loving memory of our only son. Flt./Sgt. Herb. Harris, killed night flying operations El Alamein July 2 1942. Forever In the hearts of mum. dad, sisters, Hazel and Jean.
HOGG.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Flt./Sgt. A. J. Hogg, Bnlikpapan, July 2, 1945.
my dcor husband. Cpl. Laurie Hudson, and father of Harley, .who made the supreme sacrifice, July 1. 1942.
HUDSON.-Int sad and everlasting loving memory of my youngest son. Cpl. Laurie Hudson." 2/10 Field Ambulance. Cth Division, Rabaul, who lost his life on the prison ship Montevideo Maru, July 1, 1942. Until the daybreak. May Hudson, Katoomba. Also a tribute to the memory of his brave companions who lost their lives with him.
JARRETT.-Loving tribute to the everlasting memory of our only son, Jack Leslie, aged 21 years, lott on Jap. transport. July 1, 1942. For ever in
LEDGER.-NOX474. Rifleman William Allan. New Guinea Volunteer Rifles. Rabaul, presumed to have lost his life at sea, Japanese prison ship. Monte- video Maru, July 1, 1942. Dearly loved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ledger, and brother of Kath (Mrs. Maltby). and Stan, and brother-in-law of Arthur Malt by. Always In Our thoughts.
McMULLEN.-Gunner D. In memory of our sons, Des, lost In Rabaul with mates. Pedro Brown and Stitch Emery.. Fothcr, brothers, ond sisters.
PARDEY.-Treasured memories ol our beloved son ond brother,. Alon, L.A.C.. R.A.A.F.. occidentally killed. Lae, July 1, 1945. into the wide blue yonder. Sadly missed by mum, dod, sisters, and brothers.
PARDY.-In memory of my brother, Alan, killed Lae, July 1, 1945. Remem- bered by Irene, Trevor.
PERKINS.-Treasured memories of Gnr Les. Perkins, lost at sea July, 1942. Remembered always by Ada.
PICKFORD.-In loving memory of our dcor son ond brother, Pto. W. J. (Bill) Pickford, NX57238. 1st Indep. Company, lost at sea Joponese p.o.w. ship Monte- video Moru. Jul yl, 1942.
Many a lonely heartache.
Monly a lonely tear,
Always a beautiful memory
Of one wc loved so dcor.
Always remembered by his loving mother, sisters and brothers.
SIBRAA.-Lloyd, No. 1 Indpt. Coy. Treasured memories of my darling son, lost at sea, P.O.W.. July 1. 1942.
For ever I'll remember.
Sadly missed by his lonely mother.
SKINNER.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Gunner Frank D. Skinner, lost ot sea while P.O.W.. July 1 1942: also his mate. George Thorn- ton Sadly missed. Mum, dad, Jack,
SMITH.-July 1. 1942. NX27430. Fronk William. 1st Independent Com panv Lost his life at sea on the Monte- video Maru. Sadly missed by mum and dad. sister and brothers.
STARKEY.-Sgt. Alan . George. 1st Int Coy., A.I.F.. presumed lost at sea on Montevideo Maru, July 1, 1942. Al- ways remembered by Gladys.
ON ACTIVE SERVICE THORNTON.-Dear memories of ourl beloved son and brother, George, 17th I Anti-Tank, A.I.P.. Rabaul. lost at sea, duly 1, 1042; also ceualti. Jack, and
Frank Skinner. To live with those wc love ls not to die. Dad, mother, end Betty.
WAINWRIGHT.-Cherished memories of cur only loving son, NX54207, Sgt. Victor Wainwright. 17th Anti-Tank Btv., A.I."., Rabaul, lost ot sea, July 1, 1042. Sadly missed by mother, dod, sister, Beryl, ond wife. Win.
WALKER-CALLAGHAN. - In loving memory of our darling brother Jim and brother-in-law Neill. A.A.S.C.. Rabaul, lost at sea July 1, 1042. Never for- gotten. Beth. Saus. Molly. Billy. Nell.
FIRST IND. COY.-In memory mem- bers 1st Ind. Coy., lost Montevideo Maru. A. Littler, B. Harker.
1st INDEPENDENT COMPANY, A.I.F.-A tribute to a courageous little Unit, presumed lost ot sea aboard Mon- tevideo Maru, July 1. 1042.
God hos token ond God con keep
safely our dear lost dead.
To-doy, os slwoys, we who love them remember and mourn them proudly.
Mr. and Mrs. DONALDSON wish to Returri THANKS to relatives and friends for their generosity and kindness during
The FAMILY of the late WILLIAM HENRY CORDELL Wish tn THANK Oil Irlcnds and relatives for their kind ex- pressions of sympathy In their bereave-
Mrs. R. H. LLOYD and FAMILY, of 5 Dickson Street, Newtown, wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neigh- bours. Rev. Rogerson, Mrs. Cross nnd son. Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. James French, for sympathy ex- pressed by floral tributes, telegrams, cords, letters, ond personol messages. In thc loss of her dcor husband and their dear father. Please accept- this ps an expression of gratitude In our sad loss.
Mr. A. A. KEEN, 10 Shackcl Avenue. Concord, with to THANK relatives and friends for floral tributes and messoges of sympathy In his recent sad bereave- ment. Please accept this as personal
Mr. JABEZ (Harry) WOODWARD ond FAMILY, ot 3 Harbord Street, Thirroul, wish to THANK all friends for floral tributes, cards, and letters, and kind expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Please .accept this as our personol thanks.
. The FAMILY of thc late CHARLES W. BAKER, of Randwick, wish to THANK relatives and friends with special (honks to thc priests, end nuns of the Order of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, for their help and kind expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mr. GEOFFREY DEWEY and GORDON, of Wagga, wish to THANK all relatives ond friends, for their sym- pathy and kindness In the loss of their dear wile and mother. Gertrude.
Mrs. B. A. WHITE, Mr. R. WHITE Of Katoomba, Mr. W. WHITE, of View Street. Earlwood, Mr C. W. WHITE, of 73 Terrace Road. Dulwich_Hill, and Family wish- to sincerely THANK all relatives and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral tributes, also thc Rev. Mr. H. Edwards for his comforting words In her and their sad loss ot a.loving husband and father,, the lote LEWIS WHITE. Will all please accept this as our personol
Mr T. CLEGG, Riverside Crescent. West 'Marrickville, wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind sym- pathy, floral tributes, cards, and tele grams In the recent sod loss of my wife, FLORENCE ROSE. Please accept this as ray personal thanks.
Mr. H. HILL and Mr. E. HILL and FAMILIES desire to THANK all rela- tives and friends tor their kind expres- sions Ot sympathy, floral tributes, cards, and-telegrams In their recent sod be-
Mrs. M. WATTS, 1583 Botany Rood. Botony. and Mrs. R. WATTS and FAMILY. 100 Baptist Street. Redfern, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for then expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, and telegrams In their sod bereavement. Please accept this as our personol thanks.
The FAMILY of thc late Mrs. CRIS- TINA EDWARDS, of 25 Unwln's Bridge Rood. Sydenham, wish to sincerely THANK relatives, friends, and neigh- bours for their kind expressions of sym- pathy, letters, cards, telegrams, ond floral tributes tendered to them In the sod loss of their dcor mother and grand- mother. Please accept this as our per- sonal thanks.
MRS. V. FICKEL and FAMILY sin- cerely THANK relatives and friends for cards, telegrams, and. florBl tributes in the recent sod loss of daughter, and sister Florence Rose Clegg.
MRS. R. DRTJMMETT and FAMILY, of Bondi, desire to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards and telegrams during their recent sad
MRS. A. FADDY nnd Daughter (Mrs. F. Townsend), wish to Sincerely THANK relatives, friends for their kind expres- sions of sympathy, telegrams, cords, and floral tributes In their recent sad be- reavement.
MRS. M. BRADFORD and FAMILY, of 10 Windsor Street, Paddington, desire to extend 'their sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, letters, telegrams, and verbal expressions of sympathy In their recent
MR. and MRS. H. MCPHAIL, Derwent Street, Glebe, wish to THANK all whom they are unable to thank personally for flowers, telegrams, and cards received
on the death of their dear son.
The WIFE ond FAMILY of the late David Clark Menzies, late 17 Iolanthe Street, Campbelltown, wish to THANK relatives and friends for kind expres- sions of sympathy In their recent sad
Mr. REUBEN HUMPHRY and Daugh- ter, JOYCE, of 137 Moloney Street, Mascot, desire to THANK relatives, friends, ond neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, letters, telegrams, and cords In the sad loss of a devoted wife nnd fond mother; also sincère THANKS to the Rev. S. S. Homer, of Mascot. Please accept this as our personal and ever grateful thanks.
Mrs. CATHERINE DEAR wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for kindness and consideration shown to her in her recent sad bereavement.
The SONS of Mrs. SARAH EMMA FRITH wish to THANK sincerely rela- tives and friends for their kind expres- sions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement.
Mr. W. MUIR and FAMILY. 68 Port- land Street, Enfield, wish to extend sin- cere THANKS to relatives, friends and neighbours for their kindness and sym- pathy in their sad bereavement.
Mrs. V. HAMMERTON and FAMILY, ot 1 Belgrave Street. Petersham, wish to THANK oil relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, ond telegrams and floral tributes, also Captain Horne, Mr. C. Nvmon. ond Mrs. Vains In their recent sod' bereavement of my dcor husband and their loving father. John Herbert
Mrs. L. PHILLIPS and FAMILY, of 15 Arthur street. Balmain, wish to THANK all friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes In their recent sad bc
_FUNERALS_ REQUIEM MASS for thc Repose, of tho Souls of the Faithful Departed who bodies arc Interred In the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, and Necropolis Extension, will be celebrated In thc Mortuary Chapel, Rookwood. Tucsdoy Next, ot f).15 a.m. _. AMES-.The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. Bert Ames, of Milperra, are Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, ETHEL; to leave our Chapel South Terrace, Bankstown, on Monday, Ht 10 a.m., for Rookwood Cre- matorium.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
BAKER.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Edith Maud Baker and Family, of Rosebery Street. Manly Vale, ore kindly Invited to attend i>e Funeral cf her dearly beloved Husú-nd, their Father. Father-in-law, and Grandfather, FREDERICK BAKER: to leove our Pri- vate Chapel. 32 Sydney Road. Manly, This (Saturday) Morning at 10 o.m. for Crematorium, Northern Suburbs.
F. TIGHE and CO.. A.F.D.A.,
32 Sydney Rood, Monly.
BALMAIN.-The Relallvcs and Friends
of the Family of the late PETER BALMAIN arc invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father; to leave Parsons' Funeral Parlour, on Monday, after a service commencing at 2 p.m., for the Presbyterian Cemetery. Wollon- gong. A bus for friends will leave Warrawong Post-office at 1.30 p.m., travelling via Port Kembla Post-office, at 1.45 p.m.
Funeral Director, Wollongong.
BRISCOE.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late Mrs. FRANCES BRISCOE are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Parrramatta Funeral Home. 32 Dorey Street, Porrramatta, This Doy, after a service commencing at S.15 a.m., for the Western Road Cemetery,
CHARLES INNES AND SON. A.F.D.A.
BRUCE.-The Relatives and Friends
of Miss Mavis Bruce. Mr. Frank Mooney, and Mr. Chories Mooney ore kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Mother ond their dear Sister. ANNIE BRUCE: to leove our privóte Chopel, 604 Crown Street. Syd- ney, on Monday Morning ot ll o clock, for the Presbyterian Cemetery. Botany. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
604 Crown Street, Sydney.
'Phone LA2777 (4 lines)._ CARR.-Thc Relatives ond Friends ol
Mrs. Christina Corr aro kindly In- vited to ottend thc Funeral of her dearly loved Husband, WILLIAM J. CARR; to leave his late residence. 589 Willoughby Rood. Willoughby. This (Saturday) Morn- ing, at IO o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Northern Suburbs.
CAWLEY.-Requiem Mass for the Re-
pose ot the Soul of thc late MARY ELIZABETH CAWLEY will be celebrated This Day. ot 9 o.m.. at St. Vincent's Church, Bland Street. Ashfield. The Funeral will leave the Church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Catholic Cemetery Rookwood. _ _
T J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD., A.F.D.A., _ 'Phones: LA2873. etc.
LYMER.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late RACHEL CLYMER are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home. Raliway Parodc. Burwood, This Day. after ser- vice commencing at ll a.m.. for thc Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
RAILWAY PDE. BURWOOD. UJ2178-9. COUPE.-The Relatives and Friends ol
the late EMILY COUPE arc invited | to attend her Funeral: to leove the Por ramotta Funeral Home. 32 Darcy Street. Parramatta on Monday Next, at IO a.m..
fer the Church of England Cemetery. | Upper Picton.
CHARLES INNES AND EON. A.F.D.A.
REW.-The Relatives and Friend» ol Mrs. Alice Bertha Drew and Family, of ll Merton Street, Sutherland, are kindly invited to alteud the Funeral ci her dearly loved Husband and their dear Stepfather, FREDERICK PATRICK DREW: to leave olsen's Chanel, Prince's Highway, Sutherland. This Day. after service commencing at 10.45 o.m., for the Crematorium, Woronora.
H. N. OLSEN and CO.. A.F.D.A.,
Sutherland Shire. LB2306.
EDWARDS.-The Relatives and
Friends of the late ALBERT JAMES Ulm) EDWARDS ore kindly Inviter", to attend his Funeral; to leave our Pr.vate Chapel, 2G5 Elisabeth Street, Sydney, on Monday Morning at 0 o'clock for tho crematorium. Eastern suburbs.^^ LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED.
265 Elizabeth Street, Sydney. 'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines).
ERSKINE.-Thc Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. MARY ANN ERSKINE, ot 10 Bishops Avenue. Randwick, are In- vited to attend her Funeral; to leave thc Klnsela Chapels, Taylor Square. Darling- hurst. This Monday, at 10.45 a.m., lor thc Eastern Suburbs Crematorium;;_
CHARLES KINHELA PTY. LTD., A.F.D.A.. Est. 1030, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst. 'Phones. FA4136-7-8.
I7UELD.-Thc Relatives and Friends
? ot Mrs. M. J. Field and Family arc invited to attend thc Funeral ol her loved Husband and their dear Father. WILLIAM; to leave tne Parramatta Funeral Home. 32 Darcy Street. Parra- matta, Tills Day. after a service com- mencing at 10.10 a.m.. for the Salva- tion Army Cemetery, Rookwood.
CHARLES INNES AND SON. A.F.D.A. ?_UWB250._^ GALLAGHER.-Holy Moss for the
Repose of the Soul of the late Mrs. ELLEN AGNES GALLAGHER. Of 184 Oxford Street. Woollahra, will be cele- brated at St. Joseph's Church. Edgecliff, This (Saturdoy) Morning, ot 7 o'clock. Thc Funeral will leave thc Church at 10 o'clock for Botany Cemetery.
W. N. BULL PTY. LTD.
IDDY.-A private service for Mrs: IT MARY ANN GIDDY, of 35- Rangers Avenue, Mosman, waa held In thc Chapel at Northern Suburbs Crematorium on Monday, June 20,
GILBERT.-The Relatives and P'rlends
of the late Mrs. ALICE HANNAH EILEEN GILBERT, of 66 Gowrie Ave. Punchbowl, ore kindly Invited to otlend her Funeral; to leave our Funeral Home, South Terrace. Bankstown, Thl3 Morn- ing at ll o'clock, for thc St. Saviour's Church of Englond Cemetery, Punch
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
South Terrace, Bankstown.
'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines)._
GILLIES.-The Relatives and Friends
ol Mrs. Vera Dillies and Family, ol 45 Jenkins Street, Naremburn, ore In- formed that thc Funeral of her late dearly loved Husband and their dear Father, Mr. DONALD SHAW GILLIES, will leave St. Leonard's Church. Don- nelly Hoad. Naremburn, This (Saturday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for Northern Suburbs Cemetery. _ ,
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ILLIES.-The Relatives and Friends I
of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Gillies and Family are informed that thc Funeral of
their late dear Son and Brother, Mr.1 DONALD SHAW GILLIES, Will leave St.
Leonard's Church. Naremburn. This | Morning. For details sec above notice. GILLIES.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Pcnrco and Family, ot Young Street, Neutral Bay, are Informed that thc Funeral of their late dcor Son-in-law and Brother-in-law, Mr. DONALD SHAW GILLIES, will leave St. Leonard's Church. Naremburn, This Morning. For details see above notice.
W. N. BULL PTY. LTD.
ALL.-The Relatives and Friends ot
thc late Mrs. MARY HALL, of 22 Dudley Road. Rose Boy, ore Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our, Par- lours This Day (Saturday), after Service commencing at 9.30 o.m., for thc Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
WHELAN and G LACKEN. A.F.D.A.,
203 Miller Street.
HARDGE.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late ADA MARY HARDGE. of ll Unwin Street, Canterbury, and late of Davistown, are Invited to attena her Funeral; to leave the Church of St. Paul of the Cross, Dulwich Hill, This (Saturday) Morning, after prayers to commence ot 9.45 o'clock, for the Catho- lic Cemetery, Woronora. Mass for the Eternal Repose of her Soul will be cele- brated ot 7 o'clock,
J. c. MCDONALD and SONS PTY. LTD.,
HOGAN.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late JAMES HOGAN are kindly invited to attend his Funeral, to leave St. Mels Church, Campsie, This Morning at 9.15 o'clock for the Catholic Cemetery, Woronora. Requiem Mass will bc celebrated this morning at 8.30 o'clock.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
24 North Parade, Campsie.
'Phone LA2777 (4 lines)
HIGGINS.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late PETER HIGGINS arc Invited to attend his Funeral; lo leave Holy Innocents' Church, Croydon. This Saturday, at 9.45 a.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. Moss at 11.45 a.m.
_WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
JONES.-Tho Relatives and Friends ot
the late MARGARET JONES (relict of the late Alfred Jones, of Walcha), of 99 Victoria Street, Potts Point, ore respectfully Invited to ottend her Funeral; to move from T. J. Andrews' Mortuary Chapel, Enmore Road, Newtown, This (Saturday) Morning, at 10.15 o'clock, for tho Eastern Suburbs Crematorium.
FRANK T. MEIGHAN,
LFuneral Director, Newcastle.
YNCH.-The Relatives and Friends
cf Mrs. Mary Lynch, of 24 Cum- berland Rood, Auburn, and Family ore kindly invited to attend thc Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their lov- ing Father, ARCHIBALD; to leave my Private Mortuary Chapel, 2a Auburn Road, Auburn, This Day, ot ll a.m., for the Crematorium, Rookwood.
REGINALD W. HILTON.
2a Auburn Road, Auburn. UX7850.
LYNCH.-Rosehill Arch Chapter. No.
222, S.e.-The Officers and Com- panions of the above Chapter arc frater- nally Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Companion, ARCHIBALD LYNCH. For particulars see family
notlee. p> R VICKi lat principal.
F. HOPWOOD, Scribe E.
LYNCH".-Loyal Pride of Auburn No.
144, M.U.I.O.O.F.-The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are fra- ternally Invited to atterid the Funeral of their late esteemed Member, Brother ARCHIBALD LYNCH. For particulars see family notice.
F. JOHNSON, N.G.
L. HALLIGAN. Sec.
LYNCH.-Members of Auburn and Lid-
combe Dfspcnsory Board of Manage- ment, and affiliated Societies ore reques- ted to ottend the Funeral of their lote cx-Secrctory, Bro. A. LYNCH. For particulars see family notice.
_L. WALDON, President of Boord,
MARSHALL.-The . Relatives and
Friends of thc late Mrs. GRACE MAUD MARSHALL, of Mosman, ore tu- rtled to attend her Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurcr's Chapel, 281-3 Pacinc Highway, near West Street. North Syd- ney, This Saturday, ot 10.30 a.r
XA1034. North Sydney. XB1542,
MAXWELL.-The Relatives and
Friends of the late Mrs. ANNIE FLORENCE ADELAIDE MAXWELL ore invited to attend her Funeral; to leave St. Francis Xavier's Church, Lavender Bay, on Monday Morning, at 9.30 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery. Northern Suburbs. Requiem Moss will be cele- brated at 7 o'clock (Monday).
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
MAY.-The Funeral ot the late
HARRIET AMY MAY, Ot 49 Christie Street. St. Leonards, will leave St. Thomas' Church, McLaren Street, North Sydney. Thia Day. after a service com- mencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
MCTC K, FUNERALS. LTD.. A.F.D.A.,
389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest.
MILES.-Tlie Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. Mabel Miles, of Flamstcad, 150 Wardell Rond, Dulwich Hill, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, WALTER CHARLES MILES: to leave our Private Chapel. 435 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, This Morning, after a service commencing at 9.15 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.
WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A.,
Dulwich Hill Terminus. 'Phone. LM1676, LM1458-9.
NICHOLLS.-The «Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. L. E. Nicholls. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bromley, of 14 Kent Street. Belmore, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Hus- band nnd their dear Steplather, ARTHUR RAYMOND NICHOLLS: to leave our Funeral Home. 24 North Parade. Camp- sie, on Monday Morning after Service commencing 9.15 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED.
24 North Parade, Campsie. 'Phone LA2777 (4 lines).
NUNAN.-The Rclotlvcs and Friends
of the late JOHN JOSEPH NUNAN arc Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Benedict's Church. Broadway, This Saturday, at 10 a.m.. for thc Rookwood Cemetery, Mortuary No. 3. Requiem Mass for the Repose of his Soul will be celebrated at 7 a.m.
THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A,)
Established 1836. MA6013-4.
OBERMAN.-The Relatives and Friends
of thc late Mrs. ELIZABETH OBERMAN are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn, on Monday Morning at 11.15 o'clock, for the Cre- matorium. Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
121 Rawson Street. Auburn. 'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines).
PATERSON.-The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. Emily Paterson and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father. Father-in-law. and Grandfather. LESBY RICHARD PATERSON: to leave our private chapel. 2 Carrington Ave, Hurstville, on Mon dav Morning at 9.15 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Woronora.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
2 Carrington Avenue. Hurstville.
'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines)._ LAYER.-The Relatives and Friends
ot Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Player, of 34 Catherine Street. Leichhardt, are In- vited to attend the Funerol of their dearly loved Infant Son. JOHN KEVIN: to leave thc Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade. Burwood. This Day. after service commencing at 9.30 a.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
RAILWAY PDE. BURWOOD. UJ2178-0.
LAYER.-The Relatives and Friends
ol the late Thomas Henry Halls, Mrs. E, Holls, Mr. and Mrs. Sadler and Fomlly, L. Holls. Mr. and Mrs. T. Halls and Fomlly. Mr. and Mrs. A. Halls and Family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Holls and Fomlly. are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Grand- son. Nephew, and Courin. JOHN KEVIN PLAYER. For further particulars see family notice.
LAVER.-The Relatives «nd Friends
ol the late Mr. Jim Player, Mrs. Player, thc late Joyco Player, Bruce and Janet are kindly invited tn attend thc Funeral ol their late Grandson ond Nephew, JOHN KEVIN PLAYER For lurthcr particulars see family notice.
RODNEY.-Thc Relatives and Friends
Ol the Isle FREDERICK WILLIAM RODNEY. lalo 1st A.I.F.. are Invited lo attend his Funeral; to leave our Chapel, 010 Georne Street, Sydney, litis Satur- day, at 10 a.m., tor Presbyterian Ceme- tery, Rookwood.
_WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
RUMBLES,-Tho Funeral ot the late
MARY ANN RUMBLES will leave our Chapel, 117 Church Street, Parra matta, This Morning;, alter service com- mencing al 0 o.m., lor tho independent cemetery. Rookwood. -m,
METCALFE and MORRIS PTY, LTD.,
SHARPLEY.-'I ho Hclallvei and Friends
of Mr. Gilbert Sharpley, ot 39 Station Hoad, Auburn, and Family are kindly Invited to attend thc Funeral of his oeorly loved Wife ond their loving Mother, FLORENCE; to leave my Private Mortuary Chopel. 2o Auburn Rood, Auburn, This Doy, ot 9.45 a.m.. for the
CrcmotoÄ Rookwood. HlLT0Ni .
Funeral Director. .,"""." 2a Auburn Road, Auburn. UX7850.
SHOH'uER.-Tho Funeral ot thu late
JAMES WALLACESHORTER. 0 Bcccrott, will leave Ernest Andrews Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, This Day, ofter service commencing ot ll.Ju a.m., for the Northern suburbs Crematorium.
Chatswood. ,., J^z4;nn SHORTER.-Lodge Corinthiani No. 100,
U.G.L. ot N.S.W.: The Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge arc fraternally Invited to ottend thc Funeral of their late esteemed Wor. Bro. WAL SHORTER. Regalia. For particulors sec preceding notice. Wor Bro. A. C. Parkinson, W.M. J. R. Shorter, P.M.,
SSeHORTER.-Lone Cove "Royal Arch
Chapter No. 567 S.e.-Thc Principals and Companions of. the above Chapter arc invited to ottend thc Funeral of their late M.Ex. Comp. JAMES WALLACE SHORTER. Regalia. For par- ticulars see Funeral notice. H. W. Rowden, 1st Princp. G. K. Richmond,
CHORTER.-Thc Order of the Temple, b Preccptory ol Rawson.-The Officers ond Froters of the above Prcceptory arc invited to ««end the Funeral c4 theil lote esteemed Troter, J. W. SHORTER. For particulars see Funeral notice. D.O. Macfarlane. Von. Precp. C. H. Toyer, Sec. and Reg. ,».,a.ij ERNEST ANDREWS, chatswood. JAJB.I4
CLATER.-Thc Relatives ond Friends » ol thc loto Mr. THOMAS HENRY
SLATER, formerly pf 3 Henley Street
Balmain, oro Invited to »»end h's Funeral: to leave our Chapel. 99 Victoria Road, Rozelle,, this Saturday, after ser- vice commencing at 10 a.m.. for Church of England Cemetery, Field ot Mars.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
SMITH.-Thc Relatives and Friends pl
Mr. G. A. smith, or 20 Fitzgerald Street,, Bondi Junction, and Family are Invited to attend tho Funeral of his dearly beloved Wiro and ,their dear Mother. MARGUERITE; to leave J. C. McDonald and Sons' Funeral Chanei.3M Oxford Street, Bond Junction. This Day. at 0 a.m., fir Eastern Suburbs Crema-
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
RAILWAY PDE. BURWOOD. UJ2178-9,
TEWART.-Lodge Confidence, No.
456, U.G.L. or N.S.W.-Officers end Brethren ot the above Lodge are in- vited to attend the Funeral of their late Bro.. JAMES S. STEWART; to leave Wood Coffin's Chapel. 32 Railway Parade, Burwood, This Saturday, alter
service commencing at IO a.m., lor Rookwood Crematorium. Regalia. K. Wilton, W.M. E. S. Wilson, P.M., Sec
SrCtUTCLIFFE.-Waterside Workers Fede-
ration.-Members are invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member JAMES SUTCLIFFE; to leave Wood Coffin's Chanel. 810 George Street. Syd- ney, This Saturday at 9.30 a.m. for Church or England Cemetery, Rookwood. F. Ferry. Assist. Secretary.. SWAYNE.-The Funeral of thc late
FLORENCE BOWDICH SWAYNE. pf Gordon, wilt" leave St. John's church, Pacific Highway, Gordon, This Day, after service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
CHATSWOOD. JA2834. TREVITT.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Gwcnyfcr Trcvltt, Denise, Daryl, ot 64 Bennett Street, West Ryde, arc invited to ottend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their loved Father, VICTOR MAURICE TRE- VITT; which will leave the Malvern Hill Methodist Church, Croydon, on Mon- day morning, after service commencing at 10 o'clock, for thc Northern Suburbs Crematorium. _
JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A.,
172 Redfern St, Redfern.
'Phone. MX2315 (2 lines). , j
TYLER.-The Relatives ond Friends
of Mr. Arthur Robert Tyler (Senior) ond Mr. ond Mrs. R. Tyler (Junior) oro Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wile and their dear Mother and Mother-in-law. RITA MARY TYLER; to leave St. Thomos' Church, Rozelle, This Morning, ofter a service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for thc Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, section MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A.. 03 Vlctorlo Road, Rozelle, Tele., WB1141 WATSON.-Tho Funeral of tho late
Mrs. BERTHA WATSON, formerly of Balgowlah, will leave our Chapel, cnr. Orchard Road and Brown Street. Chats- wood. This Saturday, after Service com- mencing ot 10 o.m.. for Northern Sub-
_WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
WITCHARD.-The Relatives and
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Witchard and Family, of 39 Forbes Street, Newtown, are informed that the Funeral of their late dearly loved Son and Brother, STANLEY JOHN WIT- CHARD, will leave St. Kieran's Church, Golden Grove, This (Saturday) Morning, at 9.30 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Woronora.
W. N BULL PTY. LTD.
ITTE.-The Relatives and Friends
ot- Mrs. L. Witte and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their Father, GEORGE: to leave the Congregational Church, Katoomba, This Saturday, after Service commencing at 2.30 p.m., for Katoomba Cemetery.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. Katoomba. WITTE.-KATOOMBA BOWLING
CLUB.-Members of the above Club arc requested to attend thc Funeral of their late esteemed Member, GEORGE WITTE. For particulars see Family Notice.
J. N. WILLIAMS, Pres. W. J. LUND. Secretory.
YOUNG.-The Relatives and Friends
or Mrs. Alice Florence Young and Family ore kindly Invited to attend thc Funeral cf her dearly beloved HiiBband ond their dcor Father. WILLIAM ROB- ERT YOUNG: to leave our private Chopcl. 2 Carrington Avenue. Hurst- ville, This Morning ofter Service com- mencing at ll o'clock, for tho Crema- torium. Woronora. " " LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville. .Phcne LA2TÎ7 (4 lines).
YOUNG.-P.A.S.S. of A.. Sans Souci.
No. 181.-Thc Officers ond Mem- bers or the above Lodge are kindly in- vited to ottend the Funeral ol (heir late eotcHmed Brother. W. A. YOUNG. For details see above notice .
C. Reed. W.M. C. R. Finney, Sec.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED. YOUNG.-Mosonlc Lodge, Tuggerah
Lakes, No. 757. U.G.L. ol N.S.W. Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to ottend the Funeral ol their late esteemed Brother, WILLIAM HENRY YOUNO; to toke place at Bcres
field Crematorium, Thisby.,at \o a.m.
O'. MARKS. Sec. I YOUNG.-Masonic Lodge, Wyong, No.
247 U.G.L. of N.S.W.-The Officers and Brethren ot tho obove Lodge ore requested to ottend the Funeral of their late esteemed Borther, WILIAM HENRY YOUNG; to take placo ot Bercsneld Crematorium. This Day. ot lp a.m.
J PLUMB. W.M. E. R. QUAYLE, Sec.
R. H. CREIGHTON, ' , Central Coast Funeral Service.
.Phone, Gosford 45.