APPLEGATE (nee Cairncross).-July teriMt .ÏS11Sigon** EI«"-!« Hospital, .I BR^fViMIT11. <nee Lee).-July
d i1"-1.K- T- Arrowsmith. Alstonv -J .£¡¡*¿1}" (Helen Jane).
BARKER (nee Chambers, late ot K Kr**' June H' at Alexandra nura heme Plymouth, England, to Marlon i
iÄuiiV1" 01R i'Mht,r (Ka
BLUNDELL.-July 20. at War Mt orla! Hospital, Waverley, to Jessie i ?Â:'"s Tundell. oí Kurnell-a daiigh
BOYD (nee Martin).-July 10. at private hospital. Nowra, to Audrey s vl£:r£ son (John Douglas).
BROWN (nee Henderson).-July
al King George V. to Betty and Clat -a son (Robert Lindsay).
BURCHMORE.-July 10, at Rando Kerbau Hospital. Slngaiwre. lo Winlfn wife of Ernest K. Burchmorc-a days ter (Katherine Anne Alice). Both wi
CALLAGHAN (nee Maureen Grills). July 15, at Inglemere private liospil Dlralhtleld, to Mr. and Mrst Leonard Callaghan-a son (Gerold Francis).
CAMPLING (nee Grundy).-June 1 1950, at Inglewood, to Norma and Kell ?-gilt of a daughter (Susan).
CHUDLEIGH.-July 18, al Helen Randwick, to Peg and Bruce-a dough (Denise Margaret).
COOLE (nee Myra Crocket).-At í George Hospital, Kogarah, tc Mr. a Mrs. Max ecole-a daughter (Maxim
HOOPER (nee Maher).-At Kla-Oi Haberllcld, to Sheila and Colln daughlcr (Kerrin).
CORNISH (nee Campling).-July 1 t»t Airlie, Melbourne, to Roe and Lin a son (Julian Anthony).
COSGROVE (nee Crockett).-July 1 1050, at War Memorial Hospital, Wa erley, to Pot and Tom-a «on (Cirri topher Michael).
COTTRELL (nee Reay).-July 10,
Denistone House, Eastwood, to Margar and Allan-twin daughters (one su vived. Catherine Janet).
COX (nee Shelton).-July 18,
Englewood. Burwood, to Nancy and Dou
DALY.-July 19, at King Ocorgo V. Jean and Grattan-a daughter.
DAVIS mee Carron).-July 16.
Royal. Paddington, to Dents and Allst
DEVENISH MEARES.-July 16, at
Crown Street, to Mary, wife of Dr. S. Devenish-Meares-a daughter.
DUNSTON (nee Flower).-July 17, at
Crown street Women's Hospital, to Kath and Joe - a son (Arthur Gregg)._
FENTON.-July 20. at Crown Sire Women's Hospital, to Thelma and Haro -a daughter (.Cheryl).
FISHER (nee Southon).-July 15, i .Seacombe private hospital, Drummoyn to Beryl and Nev-a daughter.
FITZPATRICK (nee Geraghty).-Ju 19. at Braidwood prívale hospital, Nort Sydney, to Mary and charles-a sc (John Charles Thomas),
FRANKS.-June 27. at. Dennistor House, Ryde, to Edwin and Clarice daughter (Kristine Hazel).
FRIEDWALD (nee Drury).-July ll at Rosslyn private hospital, Arnclllfi 10. Thelma and Cyril-a son (Nell John
OinsoN.-July 17, at St. Margaret hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Francis GU son-a daughter.
GILLIES (nee Walsh).-Moy 16, t King George V Hospital, to Rita an Robert Irvine-a son (Grant Woodward!
GRANT (nee Hill).-July 19: i Helenic private hospital, Randwick, I .Monica and. Allan-a daughter (Anr
n.lRT.-July 20, at Royal Hospital lc Women, lo Mr, and. Mrs. John Hart. daughter.
HARVEY.-July 19, al Crown Stree Women's Hospital, to Pat and George
HEFREN (nee Cameron).-July 14 1950. at Bellingen District Hospitol, t Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hefren-a daughte (Elisabeth Mary).
HINES , (nee WalD.-^Iuly 5, at Cres cent Hospital, Manly, to Dell and Ceo -a son (Greig).
HiTCHENSON (nee Morrison).-Jul 33. at San Gerard, Engadine, to Shlrle and John, of Trundle and Jannali son (John Graeme).
HOSKINS.-July 12, at Mater. Nort] Sydney, to Marie and Doug-a daughte (Kerry Louise).
HOUSTON.-July 16, at Inglemer private hospital, Homebush, to Chris an Glen-a daughter (Margaret Ruth).
HUDSON.-July 21, at King George V to Mr. and Mrs. Trevor S. Hudson, c Earlwood-a daughter (Vivien Jean).
HUGHES (nee Mangan).-July 5 1950. at Mercy Hospital. Melbourne to Patricia, wife of Kevin Hughes sen (Lachlan James).
IRELAND.-June 17. to Joyce and Bill of Sunnybrook-a son (William Edwan Baker).
JACKSON (nee Charlesworth).-Jul 11. at Crown Street Hospital, to Me «nd Syd-a daughter (Ruth Margaret)
JOHNSTON.-June 0, 1950. a, St sVIonan's hospital, Cremorne, to Beverie and Warwick-a daughter (Robin Ann)
KAY (nee Clifford).-July 18, at Tam- worth Base Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs Rex Kay-a son (David Leslie).
KEANE (nee Landen).- July 19, at Denistone House, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Keane - a son (Gregory Vyner).
KEENE. - July 6. at Denistone House Ryde, to Norman and Mary - a son (Peter
KENDE.-July lt. at St. Luke's pr! vate hospital to Betty and John-t daughter (christine Elizabeth), Bott well.
KENNEDY.-.Inly 18. 1950, at St Monans. Cremorne, to Phyllis and Bill
KENNEDY (nee Brewer).-July 12, t< Dcone and John, 13 Joynton street Lenah Valley, Hobart-a daughte: (Doone Louise).
KENT.-July 20. at Mater' Hospital to Malorie and Reg-a son.
KILEY (nee Walsh).-July 8. at Rose, durnate. Parkes, to Carmel and Ted-t eon (Poul Edward).
KRIOK (nco Stacey).-July 6, 1950 at Mater Mieericordiae Hospital. Crow'! Nest, to Dorothyand Jack-a son (Greg-
LAVER.-July 17, at Alston. Cowra to Joy and Clive-a daughter (Julia).
LORIMER_July 20. Sanitarium, Wahroonga, to Joan, wife of John A,
MCILWAINE.-july 12 1950. crowr Street Women's Hospital (private), ti Gwen and Edwin-a daughter (Lynetti Irene).
MCKELLAR (nee Broder).-July 15, al St.. Margaret's Hospital, to Charmaine and Alan-a daughter (Chanclle Marla)
MACGREGOR.-To Elsie and Duncar Macgregor, of Kalpo, Wangaehu, Master- ton, N.Z., late of Killara, N.S.W.-s daughter (Lindsay Hepburn). Both well,
MACKEY.-July 18, at King George V, to Margaret and Jim-a son.
MAGUIRE.-July 14, at King Georgi V private hospital, to Margaret and Ma> -a dauchtcr (Maureen Frances).
MARSHALL (nee Mogg).-July 17, 1950, at Roval North Shore Hospital, tc Phyllis and Eric-a son (Graham Field).
MOLLER (nco Walden).-At The Pop. lats. Epping, to Pat and Reg-a daugh-
ter (Joy Lynnette).
MURPHY (ncc Reilly).-July 16, te Winnie and Eric-a son (Robert James).
NORMAN.-July 17, at Milton District Hospital. Io Elaine and Jim-a son (Alon Edwin).
NORTHMORE (nee Phillip).-July 14, King George V. Joyce and Thomas, of Penshurst-a son (Phillip Thomas).
NORTON.-July 21, Crown Street, to .Ibsle and Vincent-a son.
O'KEEFE (McKella).-July 19. at St. Morgoret's prívalo hospital, lo Audrey
and Kevin-a son.
PICTON (nee Simpkins).-June 30, at Braidwood private hospital, to Pat and Percy-a daughter (Lorimer Helen).
PIPER (nee Carroll).-July 18. at King George V, to Marjorie and Harry -a »on. Both well.
PRECIANS.-July 13. 1050, at King George V Hospital (semiprivate), to Noel»'und Ken-a son (Stewart Howard).
QUINLAN.-July 16, at Inglemere, Strathfield, to Enid and Arthur-a daughter (Pamela Beryl).
RADIIURN (nee Ackerman).-July 14. al Englewood, Burwood, to Joyce and Don-a son (Gory Michael)
REEDMAN (nee Fuller).-July 8, 1950. ' .it Crown Street, to Harry and Marjorie, pf 14 Blaxland Street. Matra- ville-a daughter (Jennie).
RICKETTS (nee Ewin).-July 17, at Helcnle private hospital. Randwick, to Clarence and Betty-a son (Roy Ewin).
KILLEY (nee Biddle).-July 10, 1950, at War Memorial Hospital. Waverley, to Phyllis and Alien-a son (Robert James).
RUNDLE (nee Ridley).-July 18, at
Hay hospital, to Joyce and Paul-a daughter (Susan Jay).
SCHULTZ (nee Cronin).-July 16, at St. Mafgaret's private hospital,^ lo Dorothy and Jim-a son (Anthony
SHELTON.-July 19. 1950. Hawkes-
bury Road hospital, Weslmcad, to John and Patricia-n daughter (Lynlea Helen).
SHORT.-July 1, at Oxford, England, lo Elvlè and Laurie-a daughter (Susan
SHORTER.-July 21, at St. George
Hospital, to Ev and Stuarts-a son
SMALL.-July 17. at King George V
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Clive Small, ol Bondi-a daughter (Brenda Joy).
SMIBL (nee Rafferty).-July 1. at St Margaret's Private Hospital, to Gwen «nd Norm-a daughter (Leslie Mar
SMITH.-July 17. at St. Margaret's private, to John and Alleen-a son (Michael John). .
SMITH (nee Lalla Callaghan).-July 30 al Darwin Hospital, Darwin, to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith-a son (Geoffery
STANBURY.-June 30. ot King George
Hospital, to Douglas and Jean, of Cab- ramatta-a daughter (Barbara Jean).
SYBETT (nee Shore).-July 20. at Carinya privóle hospital. Chatswood, to Margaret and Jack, of Inverell-a son
TAYLOR.-July 19. at King George V
Hospital, to Florence and Bob. nf Caring- bah-a daughter (Faye Lorraine).
THIRD.-Julv 13. nt King George V Hospltcl. lo Henry and Ethel-a son (Phillip simpson).
THOMAS (nee Jamieson).-July 19, at Crown Street (Inter.), to Lorna and Keith_a son (Gary Keith).
THOMSON (nee HubbuclO.-July 19, al Royal North Shore Hospital, to Mory «nd Allan-a ron (John Ashley).
THURSTON (nee Brenda Holl).-July 14 at St. Margaret's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Thurston-a daughter (Christine Elizabeth).
TINKER.-July IB, ot Mater Mater- nity, to Sid and Rene-a daughter (Julie TREADGOLD (nee Dairh).-July 14 1950, at Port Moresby, to Robin and
TURNER.-Juïy 16. at King George
V Hospital (private), to Mary Wolly), wife of George H. Turner, of Parra- matta-the gift of a daughter (Rosemary Cadden).
WAINE (nee Brinsley).-July 14, at King George V Hospital, to Val and Len-a daughter (Helen Lesley).
WEBSTER.-July 17. at St. Monan's. Cremorne, td Georgia and Peter-a son (Richard Kenneth).
WEIR.-July 16, at St. Monan'». Cre-
morne OUK^ »nd Mrs. Ray Weir -ISe gilt ol a daughter (Jennifer AnwEST (nee Jamieson) .-July 18, at Emlyn. Summer Hill, to Gwen «nd Bill -i daughter (Annette Marie).
WHELAN (nee Haynes).-July 14, at PacificT private hospital Brlghton-le Bands to Pam and Jack-a daughter
WILSON "d(ncneC)Ander»on).-J,.ly 9.
MM al Ryde Memorial Hospital, lo1
Wyn and Leo-a eon. Both well.
WILSON (nee Hiehards).-July 17, at Royal North Shore Hospital, to Wil- liam and Hazel, 44 Shortland Avenue, Strathfield-a daughter tooralie Eva Marie).
WILSON.-July 20, at Sydney Sani- tarium. Warrawee, to Mr, and Mrs. K. M. Wilson, of St. Ives-a daughter.
-WILTON_Julv 19, 1950. at Crown Street, to Pat and Max-a son (Maxwell John). Both well.
YEAMAN (nee Parsonage).-July 11, at Wahroonga Sanitarium, to Doreen and Roy-a daughter (Vivian Kay).
ARNOLD-RUTHERFORD.-Tho En- gagement ls announced of Margaret, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rutherford, of Randwick, to Peter Henry, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Arnold, of Waverley.
AYRTON - DOYLE. - The Engagement
is announced of Barbara Nanette, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Doyle, of Hamilton, Newcastle. to Roy William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ayrton, of Reid, Canberra.
BANWELL-BOWEN. -The Engage- ment is announced of Shirley, only child of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bowen, of Belmore, to Desmond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Banwell, of Miranda.
BARNARD-IIAUBER.-Tho Engage ment ls announced of Audrey Sybil, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hauber, of Petersham, to Leon George- Barnard, only son of Mr. A. G. Barnard, of
Petersham, and Mrs. C. Collett, of Kuala | Lumpur, Malaya.
BELL-VARDY.-The Engagement ls announced of Delma, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Vardy, of Chats- wood, to Maxwell, only sou of Mr. und Mrs. E. R. Bell, of Willoughby.
BOWDEN-TOYER.-The Engagement ls announced of Dorothy June, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Toyer, of Sans Souci, to David William Freder- ick, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bow- den, of Inverell.
BUNYAN-DOYLE.-The Engagement ls announced of Elizabeth Alice, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle, of Burwood, to Janies Samuel, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bunyan, of Ash- field;
CASE-WALKER.-The Engagement is .nnounced ol Heather, elder daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Walker, of South Grafton, to Donald McDonald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. ? G. Case, Grafton.
COCHRANE-TAYLOR.-Tho Engage-1 ment ls announced of Noreen, elder faughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Taylor, formerly of Parramatta, now Griffith, to John, only son. of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cochrane, of Grafton.
COPPIN-WALKER.-The Engagement ls announced of Thelma Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wahrer, of Enfield, to Leslie Leonard, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Coppin, of North- bridge.
DIPPEL-WILKIE.-The Engagement is announced of ' Norma Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilkie, of Sans'Souci, .to Anthony John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dlppel, ol Toowoomba, Queensland.
EVANS-MURNANE.-The Engage ment ls announced of Patricia Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Murnane, of Coogee, to Roy Alfred Ray- mond, youngest son of thc late Mr. and Mrs. W. Evans, of Lidcombe,
FALCONER-FRASER.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Florence Elaine, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Praiser, of Lithgow, to Allan Stuart, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Falconer, of Bexley.
,FOX-BARR-The Engagement ls an- nounced or Joan Phyllis, daughter of Mrs. P. A. Barr and tho late Mr. R. H. Barr, of Wahroonga, to Douglas Hedley, younger son of Mrs. M. E. Fox and the late Dr. H. E. Fax. of Rose- ville.
FOXALL-HOTCHKIS.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Joan Isabel Hotch kis, widow of the late Flt.-Sgt. George Stewart Hotchkls (R.A.A.F.), to Ian Stuart Foxall, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Foxall. of Chatswood.
FRANCIS-JONES.-The Engagement I ls announced ot Ida, only daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jones, ol Lindfield, to Max, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Francis, of Goulburn.
GARRARD-PHILLIPS.-The Engage ment ls announced of Merle Barbara, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Phillips, of Hamilton Road, Fairfield, to
Tilomas Roger, only son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Garrard, of Oowan Brae Avenue, North Parramatta..
GIBLIN-OLIVER.-The Engagement ls announced of Esther Turnbull, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Oliver, of Armidale to Norman Walter: only son of the late L. E. Giblin and Mrs. Giblin, of Illaroo, Manildra.
GOOCH-BENNETT.- The Engage- ment ls announced of Beverley Ann, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Ben- nett, of Waverton, to Richard John, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Gooch, of Bayview.
GORE-WILSON.-The Engagement ls announced of Valerie, the only daughter of Mr. und Mrs. L. Wilson, Braemar, Junee Reefs, to Edward J., the only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Gore, George Street, Marrickville. _,
HARE-WILTSHIRE.-The Engage- ment is announced of Audrey Irene,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs., J., Wiltshire, of Hurstville, to Wallace Leonard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hore, of Carlton. _ _^
HARTRIDGE-HOLDER.-The En gogomcnt ls announced ot Margaret Elizabeth, only child ol Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holder, of Ramsgate, to Ray- mond William, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hartridge. of Mudgee.
HAWKINS-STEPHENS.-The Engage- ment ls announced of June Irene, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Ste- phens, of Waterloo, to Warren Keith, second son of Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Hawkins, of Conncll's Point.
HOrPER-NEWTON.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Lorna, only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. Newton, of Dulwich Hill, to Bruce Charles, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hopper, of Dulwich
JERRICK-COULSON.-Tho Engage- ment ls announced of Vollney Florence, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Coul son, of Cammeray, to John Maxwell, second son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Jerrlck, of Blacktown.
KINNEAR-MATTHEWS.- The En-| sagement ls announced of Veronica Jean, younger daughter of Mrs. C. Matthews, of Canley Vale, to Alexander Baird, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kinnear, of West Ryde. _^
MADDEN-CADMAN.-The Engage- ment is announced of Lois Marie, younger daughter of Mrs. E. Cadman. of Ryde, and the late Mr. Harold Cad- man, to Harold Joseph, eldest , son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Madden, of Mlchel
ls announced of Wanda Iris, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ward, of Concord to Keith MacDonald John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Madden, of Summer Hill. ' " -. "
NEADS-LEESON.-The Engagement ls announced of Valda, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Henney, of Coogee, to Peter, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Neads. of Randwick.
O'SHEA-KLINE.-The Engagement is announced of Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kline, of Lane Cove, to Lawrence, second son of thc late Mr. J. J. O'Shea and Mrs. H. G. Balley, of Ryde.
PATON-FITZ-GERALD. - The En- gagement ls announced of Anne, only daughter of Mrs. Fitz-Gcrald and the late Mr. J. S. Fltz-Gerald. of Double Bay, Sydney, to Alfred Lampard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Paton, of Peppermint Grove Perth.
PRINGLE-MORRISON.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Tessie, daughter nf the late Mr. D. Morrison and Mrs. I. Morrison, of Croydon, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. V. Pringle, of Tam- worth. _, ,
QUINN-BEAVERS.-Tho Engagement ls announced of Marcia Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Beavers, of Artarmon, to Barry John, only child of the late Mr. T. B. Quinn, of Kurra- jong and Mrs. K. Quinn, of North- bridge.
ROLFE-O'SULLIVAN.-The Engage- ment ls announced between Mercla Morie, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Sullivan, of Boorowa, to Peter Martin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rolfe, of Illyria, Boorowa. ,
ROWE-SMART.-Thc Engagement Is announced of Nola, only daughter of Mr. W G. Smart, of Taree, and thc lat» Mrs. Smart, to Noel Austin, only.son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rowe, of Gordon.
SEWELL-MUSTON. - Tho Engage ment is announced of Patricia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Muston, of Belmore, to Douglas, only son or Mr. and Mrs. L. Sewell, or Canterbury.
SIDNELL-WORRAD.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Audrey Francis, onlv child of Mr. and Mrs. F. Worrad. of Haberfield, to Alan Reginald, younger
SIMMONS-ROBBINS.-Thc Engage- ment ls announced of Norma, elder dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Robbins, cf Butwood. to Leon Ralph, only son nf Mr. ard Mrs. J. Green, of Summer Hill.
SMITH-NEWBY.-The Engagement ls -nnounced of Clare Isabel, youngest dauehter of Mrs. A. Newby, of Yan- derra, to George William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith, of Auburn.
SMITH-PARTRIDGE.-The Engage- ment ls announced ot Rhyllls Mary, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Partridge, of Longueville, lo jBincs Keith, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. H. Smith, ot Waverton.
STOCKEN-DICKINS.-The Engage- ment is announced ot Leila Joy. sixth child of Mr. and thc late Mrs. J. G. Dlcklns. Deewhy, to George Thomas Stocken, sixth child cf Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Stocken, nf Randwick.
STOKES-KALLANG.-Tile Engage- ment ls announced of Ulla Helene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kal lanp. ol Brlghton-le-Sandi. to Desmond Gordon, rider son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stokes, of Royal Leamington Spa. Warwickshire, Enilond.
TAMBREE-SCHLOEFFEL-The En- lacement ls announced of Pamela Mar- garet, daughter cf Mr. Bnd Mrs. W. B. Sehloeffel. of Penshurst, to John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tambrce. of Penshurst.
TETAZ-COLLINS.-The Engagement is announced of Thelma, only dBUghter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. W. Collins, of Maroubra, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tctaz. of Canberra.
TRITTON-BATES.-The Engagement Is announced of Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bates. 103 Bryant Street, Rockdale, to Donald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tritton, 1 Norramore Street. Kingsgrove.
WORTHINGTON - EWELL - The En- Engagement is Announced of Joy Blennar, younger Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. B Ewell of Concord, to Brian Vincent, youngest Son of Mrs. & the late Mr. J A Worthington of Concord.
DAVIES-BLANCHE.-A Wedding has been arranged and will shortly take place between Evelyn Mildred. youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Blanche, of Roseville, and John Francis Lowe Davies, eldest son of the late Archdeacon D. J. Davies and Mrs. Davies, of Cremorne. _
DRUCE - WILSON_July 18, 1950. at St. Bede's, Werris Creek, Geoffrey James son of Mr. and late Mrs. P. J. Druce. of Casino, to Wilga, youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, W. Wilson, of Werris Creek. N.S.W.
FORMAN*-CARBOLI.-RATH80RNE. July 8, at Civic Hall, Sar- Francisco, by Judge Wclnburgur, Margaret (Peggy), daughter ol Mrs. Rathbome, ot Bronte, to Set. Charles M. Forman, younger ton of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Forman, of Ash- ville. Alabama, U.S.A.
HOGARTH-MACRAE.-June 24. 1950. by Rev. W. Hohcnhouse. Mary, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mac- rae, of Yarragundry Estate. Wagga, to William P., of Clio. Richmond. Queens- land.
PERCIVAL- HOWARD.-June 3. at St. Mary's Church ot England, Waverley. Mrs. Hazel Reward, ot Maroubra and Darling Point, to William a. Percival, of Newcastle.
WELSH-DYSON.-June 10. 1950. at St. Thomas', Norlh Sydney, by the Rev. W. J. Slddens, Athalle Gladys, youngest daughter of Mr. A. H. Dyson and the late Mrs. Dyson, of Mosman, to Eric Stewart, only child of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Welsh, of North Sydney._
DANKS-STEWART.-July 24. 3925, at Beith, Ayrshire, Scotland, by Rev. Murray Woodburn, Peter to Janet Mc- Lean. Present address 2 Ronald Court,
Wyiuo street. Potts Point._
SAWYER-GARDEN.-July 22, 1920, at St. John's Church. Glebe. Present address. Wharf Road. Brooklyn. N B.W.
ALEXANDER. Henry Rober!.-July 21, 1950, ol Dunalpine, Brabenah Road, Leeton. Beloved husband ol Emily Jean Alexander, lather of J. Alan, John H., and Hany R,
ANDERSON, Albert Arthur.-July 21, 1950, at R.G.H., Concord, of 53 Collins Street, Cammeray, beloved husband of Jane, and loved father of Tom, Lionel, Cyril, Sylvia (Mrs. Christensen, of Griffith), Jean (Mrs. J. Dunstan), and loved brother of Myra (Mrs. Duncan, of Hillston), and Sidney, of Griffith, aged 70 years. For funeral arrange- ments see Monday's "Herald."
ARNOT, Lilias Binnie.-July 16, 1950, at a private hospital, Manly, or Sunny Knowe, Faraday Street, Mittagong, sister ot the late Mrs, Catherine Fairley and aunt of John Fairley, aged 76 years. Privately cremated July 18. 1950.
BARR. Alan.-July ll, 1950. of Bondi, beloved brother of Charlie, Dot, Nona, and Keith,,
BARTON, Edward.-Passed away July 18. at R.P.A. Hospital, dearly be- loved son of Myra and Milton, brolher of Victory, late Hcrno Bay, age 13 years ll months. Privately Interred July 21, 1950, at Botany Cemetery.
BARTON, Edward (Teddy).-July 18, 1950, passed away Prince Alfred Hospi- tal, beloved grandson Mr. and Mrs. Spicer, loving nephew Victor Spicer, 162 Denison Street, Bondi Junction. Pri- vately interred Botany Cemetery. July 21. 1650. Rest in Peace,
BATLEY, James Henry.-July 21, 1950, at Lidcombe, of 27 Hyde Park Road, Berala, relict ot Lily Bayley, and loved father of Eva, Walter,* Hubert, aged 69 years. At rest. For funeral arrangements see Monday's "Herald."
BENNETT, Ernest Edward.-July 21, 1950, dearly loved father of Ted and Lily (Mrs. P. Kelly), aged 67 years.
BLANDFORD, Mary Jane.-June 30. 1950, at the residence of her son. Baan Baan Street, Dapto, beloved mother'of Bill and Mavis, dear sister of Amy and Will, grandmother of Mervyn. Malcolm, Jim, Bill, Ray and Kevin, aged 77 years.
BLISS, Edward Fredrick.-July 20, 1950, at his residence, Schofield, dearly loved husband of Adeline Bliss and dear father of Fredrick, Walter. George, Hebe, Thelma, and Henry, aged 86 years.
BLOOMFIELD, Thoma« Valentine. July 21, 1950. of 34 Cecil street, Gor- don, second son ot the late Arthur Bloomfield, of Cooma. For funeral notice see Monday's "Herald."
BOOKER, Eileen Ada.-July 20, 1950, King George V Hospital, loving daughter of the late George and Clssie Booker, sister ot George and Hugh, of' New Zealand, Gordon, and Nelson,
BROWN, John Harold.-July 20, 1050, at his home, 4 John Street, Petersham, beloved son of Lena and Walter, aged 33 years.
BRUCE, William DutT_July 18, at Perth, youngest son of George William- son and Isobel Bruce, Loved brother of Ida and Irene.
BUDDLE, Florence May.-July 18, 1950, at her residence, 10 Sarner Road, Greenwich, beloved wife of the late William Buddie, and dear mother of Keith, Heather. Jack, Alan, Maisie, and Ress. Privately cremated.
CARROLL, Margaret Mary.-JUly 13, 1950. at Brentwood hospital, Muswell- brook, loved sister of Bessie and
CARROLL, Mary Theresa (Malmic). July 14, 1930, at Brentwood hospital, Muswellbrook, leved sister of Bessie and Thomas.
CLIFF, Margaret.-July 20, 1950, at her residence. 13 Highgate Street, Strathfield, Margaret (nee Bourke), wife of thc late John Cliff, aged 81 years.
COOKSEY, Gladys Edith.-July 19, 1950. at Manly District Hospital, dearly beloved wife of Sidney Cooksey, of 26 Evans Street, Harbord, and 'loving mother ol Norma. Jack. Fred and Sid- ney, aged 49 years. At rest. Privately cremated at Northern Suburbs Crema- torium July 21. 1950.
COOPER, Mary Ann.-July 15, 1950, at Wingham, loved wife ,of Edwin Charles Cooper, aged 73 years.
CORY, Edward James.-July 9, 1950, at his residence, The Downs. Terry Hle-Hle, aged 83.
CRAIKE, Peter Roger.-July 20, 1950.
Private cremation. ...
CURRAN, Mary.-July 21, 1950, at Svdney (late of Bondi), dearly beloved wife of the late Peter Patrick Curran and loving mother of Jack (Lismore), aged 84 years. R.I.P.
DAVIS, William Jame*.-July 21. 1950. of 2 Norman Street. Carlton, loved husband of Florence and dear father of George, Florence and Patricia, aged 57 years.
DAVISON, Arthur Charles.—July 20, 1950, at his residence, 85 Belmore Road, Randwick, dearly loved husband of the late Kate Davison and dearly loved father of Irene (Mrs. Neville), Mary (deceased), Florence (Mrs. Lindsay), Kathleen (Mrs. Mills), Arthur, Doris (Mrs. O'Malley), and Donald, aged 79
de MESTRE, Mary Ann Helena.-July 20, 1950. at her residence, 76 George Street, Parramatta, relict of Edward Francis de Mestre, aged 82 years. R.I.P.
DIBDEN Henry Ernest Herbert (Harry) - July 19, 1950. result of acci- dent at Muswellbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dibden, 100 Albany Road, Stanmore, brother of Victor (Thirroul). Eileen (Mrs. Holland. Strathfield). Dorothy (Mrs. S. Callen, Stanmore), and Allen (Stanmore), grandson of the late Captain Harry and Jane Dibden, of Bal-
DOBB. Cyril Thoma«.-July 21. 1050. at his residence. Clifton. Robertson Rd, Moss Vale, beloved son ot Cyril and Myrtle Dobb and dearly loved brother of Jim, John, and Enid, aged 22 years.
DOGGER. Robyn Winifred.-July 20. 1050, at Rcnwlck Hospital, late of 40 Regatta Road. Flvedock, loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dogger, and sister ol Dennis Allan, aged 12 months.
DONOHOE. Kathleen Mary.-July'18, 1850.'at her residence, beloved mother of Kevin and Sheila (Mrs. Burns) and sister of lelene (Mrs. Hyde). Dorothy (Mrs. Rubie). Privately Interred Woronora.
DOUGLAS, Maggie.-July 20. 1950, at Nyngan District Hospital, beloved mother of Jack, George, Lorna (Mrs. Dillon). Cynthia (Mrs. Robertson). Marjorie (Mrs. McMillan), and loved sister of Mabel, and Dot. aged 78 years.
DOWNIE, Emily Harriett.-July 21, 1950, at her residence,- 125 Prince's Highway, Woonona, loved mother of Andrew and Keith, relict ot the late A. R. Downie, in her 82nd year.
DYMOCK, Captain Ian Bruce.-July 20, at his residence, Osborne Street, Williamstown, Victoria, beloved husband of Marie and youngest son of Edith and the late John Dymock, of Neutral Bay.
ELLIS. Ethelbert James.-July 21, 1950, at his residence, 23 Gladstone Street, Marrickville, beloved husband of Alice Ellis end dear father of Bert, Bill. Ron, Ida (Mrs. A. Hobbs), and Blanche (Mrs. Wilson), aged 80 years.
FLORANCE, Albert George.-July 21, 1950, at his residence, 7 High Street, Canterbury, beloved husband of Esther Elizabeth Florance, and dear father of Esther (Mrs. Steed), and John. At rest. For funeral arrangements see Monday's
FOSTER, Carl.-July 20, 1950, at Re- patriation Hospital, Concord (late of Colo Heights), dearly beloved husband of Ella, and loving father of Carl Roy, Lal, Beryle, and Margaret, aged 48 years.
FREEBODY, Charles Edward. - July 7, 1950, of 110 Clifford Street, Goulburn, late Nimmitabel, beloved husband of Catherine Freebody, loving father of Fred, Muriel, Doris, Kath, Ethel Ann, Bill (de- ceased). Stan, aged 82 years. At rest.
GOLDFINCH, Reginald Raymond.-July 17, dearly loved son of Ray and Mar- garet Goldfinch, brother of Bill, Enid, and Lorna. Survived five days.
GOVE, Ida Burton.-July 21, 1950, of 36 Terry Street, Tempe, dearly loved wife of Robert Gove and loved mother of Dorothy (Mrs. Boyd), and fond mother-in-law of Hugh and Dean, grand- mother of Janette, aged 60 years. At
GRAHAM, Albert Edward.-July 21, 1950 (suddenly), dearly loved husband of Ann and loving father of Arthur, Ronald (deceased), Beryl, and Mavis, aged 61 years. For funeral arrangements see Monday's "Herald."
GEOUNDS, William Thomas.-July 21, 1950, at his residence.,27 Bertram Street, Mortlake, dearly beloved husband of Mavis and dear father of Mavis, Hazel, Reg. and father-in-law of Allan, Stan, and Shirley, aged 72 years.
HANDS, Frank Melbourne.-July 18, 1950, late A.I.F., at a private hospital, Marrickville, late of 461 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, beloved husband of Florance. At rest. Private cremation at Woronora on Thursday, 20th inst.
HEMMENS, Jane Gordon.-July 21, 1950, late of 142 Wilson Street, Red fern, dearly beloved wife of William, loving mother of Sadie, Phyllis, and Bill, and dear grandmother of Leonard and Ronald, aged 63 years.
HENRY. Ernest Albert.-July 21, 1950, late of 97 Fraser Street, Marrick- ville, relict of the late Eva Blanche, father of Doris (Mrs. Flint), Jack (de ceased), Rita (Mrs. Sonnerdale), aged 69 years. At rest.
HENRY. Elizabeth.- July 21, 1950, at Lewisham private hospital, Lewisham, Elizabeth Henry, of Long Flat, via Wau- chope, relict of the late Robert Henry and dearly loved mother of Katharine (Mrs. O'Neill) and Mary and Clare (deceased), aged 73 years. Requiescat in pace. The interment will take place at Catholic Cemetery, Port Macquarie, Monday, July 24, 1950.
HENRY Thomas.-July 20, 1950, (suddenly), at his residence, Francis Street, Mantelhill, Moruya, most dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Caroline Henry and loving father of Pearl (Mrs. Bridge), Albert, Cyril (deceased), Ruby, and Nona, aged 67 years. R.I.P.
HICKS. Alice Eulalie.-July 21, 1950, at a private hospital, late of Murwillum- bah, beloved sister of Matron Bowman, Rev. W J. Hicks, Mrs. F. E. Fredericks, Mrs. N. Fletcher, Mrs. S. Jarrett, Mrs. M. Mitchell, and Mr. H. J. Hicks, and loved aunt of Gladys Pritchard. See Monday's "Herald" for Funeral notice.
HOLMES, Victor!» Albert».-July 21, 1950, at a private hospital, Petersham, late of Rockhampton and London, loving wife of the late James Eteedman Holmes and dear mother of Irene (Mrs. H. J. Biddle), James Steedman (deceased), Gladys Victoria (Mrs. Mayo Hunter), Leslie Douglas and Bruce Wallace (de- ceased), and loving nana ot Mayo, Jnr., Malama, Luana. Lani »nd Aloha Hun- ter. Maureen. Diana and Robyn Holmes «nd John. William and James Harris, aged 76 years. At rest.
HOVE. John William.-July 18, at his
daughter's residence. Murrumburrah, lov- ing husband of Catherine and father of May (Mrs. A. J. Simpson), «ged 88 years. Requlcscat In pace.
JENNINGS. Stark Gilbertson-July 21, 1950, at Wade House, beloved Infant son of Noel and Va!, of North Bondi.
KEHANE, Daniel.-July 20, 1950 (re- sult of accident), of 484 Botany Road, Beaconsfield, dearly beloved husband of Gladys Kehone, and loved father of Mary, Patrick, Robert, John, Edward, Lilly (Mrs. Walsh), and Margaret (Mrs. H. Comer), aged 72 years.
KENNEDY, Margaret.-July 20. 1950. al Camden District Hospital, beloved sister cf Mrs. Jessio Simmons. 13 Suther- land Crescent, Darling Point.
KILBY, James Kinloch.-July 21, 1950. at Canberra Hospital, late of Eneagh Hill, Hall, dearly loved father of Keith. Athol. Clyde. Selby, Beryl (Mrs. Cedric Southwell), Bruce, Grace (Mrs. Ross Brown), and Cleon, aged 80 years.
KISSELL, Stephen, - July 20, 1950, at his residence, 64 Woodburn Road, Lidcombe, beloved father of Stephen, Daisy, Esther, Mary. Edward, Magdalene and Philomena, aged 77 years. R.I.P.
LA SPINA, Alflo.-July 20. 1950, late of Boogan, Queensland, beloved husband of Neille and loved father of John, Man', Sam. and brother of Mr». Marla Men- gano, ot Eastwood, aged 55 years. R.I.P.
LEONARD, Ernest Joseph.-July 20, 1950 (suddenly), at St. Vincent's Hos- pital, of 24 Central Rood, Ashfield, dearly loved husband of Ruby and dear brother ol Eileen (Mrs. Armstrong), Hilda (Mrs. Child», deceased). Fred and
Bob. For funeral announcement see Monday's "Herald."
LOCKETT. Florence Jenkinson.-July 21, 1950, at her residence, 76 Prince Edward Avenue, Earlwood, beloved wife of Thomas, and loved mother of Sylvia, Reginald (deceased), Edna and Verna, grandmother of Richard, Trevor, Judy, und Jack. At rest. For lunera! notice see "Herald," Monday.
LORD, Caroline.-July 21, 1950. al her residence, 29a Russell Street. Strath- field, beloved wife of Joseph Mortimer, and dear mother of Gregory and Gerald. At rest.
LUMBY, France« Ann.-July 18, 19o0, al her residence, Chatswood, wife of the late Alfred Sidney Lumby, and loving mother of Wallace and Noel.
McDONAGH, James.—July 20, 1950, at hospital, loved father of Jim and Olive (Mrs. Whitlock), and dear brother of Tom, Fred, Les, and Ern (dec'd), aged 68 years.
MCMAHON, Jame«.-July 21, 1950. ot his residence. 70 Amy Street. Campsie, late of Bingara, .lames McMahon, dearly loved husband of Catherine McMahon and loved brother of William and Patrick (deceased). Requiescat in pace. For funeral arrangements see Monday's "Herald."
MCNAMARA, George Edward.-July 21. 1950. at a private hospital. Kensington, dearly beloved husband of Vera Ellen, and loving father of Norman and Geofl.
MCNAMARA, Norman Wilfred.-July 21, 1050 at Sydney Hospital. Norman Wilfred McNamara, of 61 Selwyn Street, Paddington, relict of the late Anastasia McNamara and dearly loved father of Norman, Patricia (Mrs. T. Parker). Robert, Richard, Enid, Leslie, and Rae. At rest. For funeral arrangements see Monday's "Herald."
MARTIN, Alice Christina.-July 21, 1950; "at a' private hospital, Petershom, of 15 Russell Street, Flvedock, dearly loved .wife cf the late William Martin, loving mother of Harry, Lilly. (Mrs. S. B. Falrhall), and Hilda (Mrs. W. Gerock). beloved mother-in-law of Florence, Stan, and William, and loved grandmother of Stanley, Merle. Rhona, Elma, and Noreen, in her 80th year.
MATU A, Michael ' William.-July 20, 1950 at Randwick Auxiliary Hospital, Michael William Math», of 426 Botany Road.. Alexandria, dearly loved husband of Mary May Matha, dear father pf Mary (Mrs. M. McAleer) and Cal Joseph, fond father-in-law-of John and grand- father of Michael -McAleer. aged 47 years. " Requiescat in pace.
MATHA, Michael William.-July ,20, 1950. at Randwick Auxiliary Hospital, Michael William Matha, ot 426 Botany Road. Alexandria; dear son of Ann and the late C. Matha, of Redfern, and fond brother of Cal, aged 47 years. Requiescat
-MATHESON, Eric.-July 21,, 1950; at a private hospital, Ashfield, late of 46 First Avenue. Rodd Point, beloved husband ol the late Edith Leila Math- eson and loving father of Ric, Nell; and dear son ot Mrs. E. Gulliver, of Oatley, aged 47 years.
MATTHEWS, Barbara. Jean.-July 19, at her residence. Main Road, Eltham, Vic, beloved wife of Wllllom Scott Matthews and loved mother of Rose. Kenneth, Mildred, and John, aged 79 years. A patient sufferer at rest.
MILLER, Edward.-July 21, 1950. at 334 Concord Road. Concord West, lote of Mortlake, loving grandfather of Mrs. W. A. Green, and stepfather ot Arthur Jones, oged 92 years.
MORRIS, Emanuel.-July 20. 1950, late of 14 Dewrang Street, Lidcombe, and Lithgow, loved husband of H. M. (Mina) Morris.
NEWLYN, Caroline Edith.-Bega Dis- trict Hospital. July 17. 1950, relict of late George Newlyn, dearly loved mother of Edward George, Caroline Elizabeth, Thomas Walter, Alice May and Richard Henry, aged 84 years. At rest.
O'SHEA, Bridget.-July 14. at hos- pital, privately interred Waverley Cemetery. Requiescat In pace.
PECK, Charle» Robert.-July 20, 1950, at his residence. Strathfield, be- loved uncle of Gordon «nd Beryl Peck. Privately Interred at Rookwood. July 20, 1950.
PETERSON. Alice Matilda.-July 18, 1850. at Wentworthville, widow of Alf- red Peterson, age 82 years. Privately cremated on the 20th Inst.
PICKFORD. Raymond John.-July 14. accidentally killed at Primbee, dearly beloved son of Beryl and Erne, brother of Ron and Beverly.
PRIDDLE, Margaret Jane.-July 21 1950, at her son's residence, Alexandria Street, Berry. Dearly beloved wife of the late James Priddle of Beaumont, and loving mother of Gladys (Mrs. Tentle), Irvy (Mrs. Wilson), Jim (of Berry), George (of Beaumont), aged 80 years.
QUES8Y, Kiarie Laure.-July 20. 1950. at Sydney, widow of Jean Leon Qucssy, beloved mother of Theresa (deed.). Dr. Leon, Fredric Joseph, Jeanne (Mrs. McNamara, deed.). Sister Marie Laure France) Joseph Abel, Germaine (Mrs. G. Davis, Melbourne). Gilberte (Mrs. G. Shiel, deed.). Philippe Joaeph, aged 88 years. Requiescat in pace,
RICHARDS, John nenrr.-July 18. 1950, at St. George Hospital, uncle ol George Peterson, 18 Belgrave Street, Sylvania. R.I.P. Privately interred Woronora Catholic Cemetery. 20th Inst.
RYAN. Margaret.-July 20, 1950, at Royal Prince Allrcd HosplUI, of 144 Layton Street, Camperdown, dearly be- loved mother of Nellie and Joe (Mr. and Mrs. J. ' Corless), loved grandmother of Peg and Jack (Mr. and Mr». J. Murphy), Elma and Jack (Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Corless), great-grandmother of Judy and Michael Murphy and Peter and Robert Corless. At rest. In her 89th year.
RYAN. Violet May.-July 20, 1950, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital late of Sunset Lodge. Lindsay Street. Burwood, beloved sister of Daisy. Leila. Roy and Horace. For luneral announcement see Monday's "Herald."
SEWARD, Elsie May.-July 20, of 3 Garnet Street, Coogee, beloved mother of Marie. Privately cremated.
SHEEHY, Marcella Annie:-July 21. 1950. dearly beloved wife of Tilomas and loving mother of Catherine, William, and Josephine, and dear mother-in-law of Ron, and dear grandmother of Denise. Requiescat In pace. See Monday s "Herald" for Funeral Notice. '
SMITH, Jame« Alexander.-July 21, 1950, at his residence. 63 Permanent Avenue, Earlwood, relict of the late Louisa and loved father of Isabella (Mrs. Weaver), William. Joshua, and fond fother-ln-law of Frederick Percy Weaver, loved grandfather of Louisa, Iris, and Wilton, aged 72 years. At rest. For funeral notice see "Herald," Monday.
SMYTH. Alfred.-July 21. 1950. at his residence. 27 Moseley Street. Strath- field, loving husband of Effie Bnd loving father of Ronald. Alfred, and Keith Sin- clair, aged 75 years. For funeral an- nouncement see Monday's "Herald."
SNELLING, Arthur Frederick, - July 21, 1950, at hospital, beloved husband of Gwladys Snelling, of Killara, and loved father of Ken and Ian.
SPURB. Hartley.-July 14, passed away at his residence .121 Kemp Street, Hamilton, aged 89 years.
TOMKIN'S, George Ernest. - July 20, 1950 at Katoomba Hospital (late of Lawson and Canterbury), beloved hus- band of Dorothy Ellen (Nell), dear father of Ruth, Flo, George. Will (deceased), and Sid (deceased), aged 86 years. At rest. For funeral notice see "Herald," Monday.
WALSH, Mary.-July 21, 1950, at her residence. 9 Flora Street. Lakemba, late of St. Peters, dearly loved mother of Mary, Anne, and Thomas, mother-in law ot. Ami, dear grandmother of Pat- ricia Judge and Maureen Barry, and Denise Walsh, aged 82 years. R.I.P. For funeral arrangement« se» Monday's "Herald."
WARD. Roy Nelson.-July 20, 1950, at his residence, 18 Gladesville Road. Gladesville, beloved, husband of Isobel and dear father of Jennifer. Robin, and Roy. oged 49 years. Privately Interred Juiy 21, 1950. '
WARI), Roy Nelson.-July 20. at hie residence. Gladesville, belcvcd son of Mrs. Brigadier Ward, loving brother of Eva and Will (Mr. and Mrs.- Winter). Jack. Ivy (Major), uncle of Ron and
WARK. Edward George.-July 12. at his residence. 12 Dawson Street. Wara- tah, loving husband of Theresa and father of Eric. Fred. George. Marjorie, Andrew, and John, aged 64 years.
WARREN. Henry John.-July 21, 1950, at his residence, Durham, 60 Knight Street. Arncliffe, dearly beloved husband ot the late Agnes Warren and beloved father of Muriel (Mrs. Cawsey), Emily (Mrs. Stevens). Doris (Mrs. Banks), and Florence (Mrs. Rhodes), and grandfather of Allan. Ray, Lyall, Es mund, Gordon, Daphne, Kevin, and Nancy and greatgrandfather of little Wendy and Lynette, In his 92nd year. At rest. For funeral arrangements see Monday's "Herold."
WEIR. Frank.-July 20. 1950, at Prince Henry Hospital, son of the late George and Ado Weir, brother of Harry and George, aged 41 yeera. Funeral Notices In Monday'» "Herald."
WHEELER, Sidney Maurice.-July 21. 1950 late of J. C. Williamson's, »t Syd- ney, loved-husband of Amy Rochelle, and dear father of Peter and Barry. For dineral arrangements see Monday's
WILLIAMS. Elizabeth.-July 16. 1950. Privately cremated at Woronora Crema- torium July 17. 1950.
YATES. Arlhor Albert.-July 21. 1950. at Western Suburbs Hospital, late of 3 View street, Concord, dearly beloved husband of Mary Jane Yates and fond brother of William and Lily, aged 69
ZOr.LLEF, Madeline Edith Clare. July 19. 1950. nt Sydney Hospital, ol Forest Road. Lugarno, dearly loved mother ot Thee!» (Mrs. Hambergen, Madeline. Carl (deceased). Jock, and Ernie, »Red 70 years. Prtvotcly cremated July 20. 1950. at Woronora._
ADDISON.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Ruby. Never forgotten by Eileen. Tom, Nancy, nnd Cecil.
ANDERSON.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Arthur, who passed av.oy July 21 1949. Alwoys remembered by his loving wile and family.
ANDREWS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and loving father. Charles Andrews, passed away July 22, 1949,
Free lrom sorrow or pain: Life'» Journey over,
Till we meet again. Adieu.
Inserted by his lend wile. Adelaide, and family, William,. Dulcie, Eileen, Stan, Jack. Horrie, and Owen.
ANDREWS.-in loving memory ol my dear father, Charles, who passed away July 22, 1949. Sadly missed by his daughter. Owen, and Jack, and family.
BAKER.-In loving memory of my dear brother. George Alexander, passed away July 23. 1949. Inserted by his loving sister. Louise Applebee.
BALL.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother. Jessie Amelia, who passed away July 22, 1946.
You are not forgotten, dear. For we still remember thee.
Inserted by her loving husband, Will, and family.
BAXTER.-In loving memory of my dear husband, William, and our father, who passed away July 22, 1938. In- serted by his wife. Lena, daughter and son-in-law. Florence and Ray Petrie.
BAXTER.-In loving memory of our grandfather, passed away July 22, 1938. Theo and Liona.
BELL.-In loving memory of my dear father, George, who passed away July 23, 1946.
Always In our thoughts.
Inserted by his loving daughter Mina and son-in-law. Charles, and grand- children.
BELL.-In loving memory of dad, George, who departed this life July 23, 1946. Always remembered by Betty, Cecil. Agnes, and George.
BOSIIELL.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Elsie, passed away July 23, 1949. Alwsys in our thoughts. Ethel and Harry.
BOULTBEE.-Joseph Francis, died July 22. 1948. Lovingly remembered by his family.
BOWER.-Memories of my loving daughter. Betty. July 22. 1925. Loving mother, M. Reynolds.
BROOMAN.-In loving memory of our husband and father, George, who passed away July 23, 1949. Always remem- bered by his wife and George and Elsie, also Aunty Min . and Charlie.
BROWNE.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Martin (Alf), who passed away July 22, 1949. Always beautiful memory of one I loved so dear. His lov- ing wife. Maud.
BROWNE.-In loving memory of cur dear pop (Alf), who passed away July 22, 1949. Always In , our thoughts. Jack. Rose, and grandchildren.
BROWNE.-In fond memory of our dear pop, Martin, who passed away July 22, 1949. May God graut him eternal rest,. Never forgotten. . * Jack, Jess, Mrs. Oray, Noela,
BUTTEL.-A tribute oí love to thc memory ol my dear wife, Edith label, who departed this life July 22. 1947, and whose self-sacrifice and devotion live afresh in the ever-growlnir . never-ageing gratitude of her sorrowing husband. William Monteith Buttel:
BUTTEL.-A token of love and remem- brance to my dear sister-in-law and our dear auntie. Edle, who passed away July
22. 1947. Inserted by her loving sister in-law. LU, and ^nephews. Lewis, Don, Les, and Ken.
CARDEN,-In loving memory of our dear mother, died July 23, 1921;. also Allen, died July 26, 1939. Ever remem- bered by Robert and Douglas.
CARRINGTON.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Annie Carrington, passed-away July 23, 1949.
We did not know until the family part-
ing came, '
That all the beauty of the world would
never be the same.
Yet we hope In this, our time of pain, That night's long agony will end, And wo shall meet' again.
Inserted by her loving daughters, Mary and Ella, sons-in-law, John and Mick, grandchildren, Billy, Anne, and Keith.
CARRINGTON.-In loving memory of oUr dear friend, Anne, who passed away (suddenly). July 23, 1949.
Her memory ls a keepsake.
Inserted by Hyldo. Kath, and Ken.
CARRINGTON.-Fond memories nf Annie, passed away July 23, '1849.
Always remembered by Madge and
CARHOLL.-In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away July 22, 1948. Every day in some sweet way your loving memories come our way. Inserted by her loving husband . and son, Cecil, and friend. Ruby.
CARROLL.-Treasured memories of my dear mother, passed away July 22, 1948.
Those who have a mother. Cherish her with care.
For you never know the heartache Till you see her vacant chair.
Remembered by her loving son, Cecil. CARTER.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Anne, beloved mother of Ter- ence, who passed away July 22, 1946.
Manly a lonely heartache, .
Often a silent tear,
But always a ,be«>itlfiil jjiemory
' Of ono we loved so dear.
Inserted br her loving husband, Jack, and son. Terry.
CARTER.-Treasured memories of our arling daughter, sister, sister-in-law, and aunty. Anne, who passed «way (suddenly) July 22. 1940.
You left behind some aching hearts That loved you most sincere, ; That never have nor never will Ever forget you. Anne, dmr.
Sadly missed, slways loved and remem bcred by mum. Bet, Mary. Tom. Syd, Joan, and families.
CARTER.-In loving memory, of our dear sister-in-law and aunty, Anne, who passed away July 22, 1946.
Every day in some sweet way
Your loving memory comes our way.
Inserted by Moy and Alf, Dorrie, Reg, and families.
CARTER.-Treasured memories of Anne, who passed away July 22, 1947. Not for a day do wc torget you, dear. In our hearts you are always near. Bill and Mollie.
CARTER.-In loving memory of my dear aunt. Anne, who passed away July 22, 1946. Always remembered by Joan.
CLOUT.-In loving memory of our darling mother and nana, who passed awav July 22, 1948. Always remembered Inserted by Owen, Syd, Gordon, and Edna and grandchildren. Dawn, Sonia, Barbara, and Robert.
CLUNE.-In loving memory of my dear husband and father. Fred, passed away July 23. 1946. Inserted by his wife. Trevor, and Beryl.
COGNET.-Cherished memories of my dcor aunt. Charlotte who> passed away July 22, 1949. Inserted by Ethel Worth and family. ' . -
COLE.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Syd, who paased away July 23,
with tears I watched you sinking,
I watched you poss away.
I tended you with every care,
But could not moke you stay. 1 watched beside your bedside,
As the lonely minutes passed.
My heart was crushed and broken,
As I sow you breathe your last. Inserted by his loving wife. Emily.
COLE.-In loving memory of my dear father, Sydney John Thomas, who was called home to rest, July 23. 1949.
To a grand man.-honest and true,
Loved by-all he knew.
If we could have our dearest wish
And all earth's treasures, loo,
And ask of heaven what we might,
Dear dod. we'd ask for you. You can only have one father.
Cherish him with greatest care,
For you never know the heartaches
Until you see his vacant chair.
? Sadtv missed by his daughter, Vera, son-in-law. Bob. grandson. Robert.
COLES.-In loving memory of Lillian Marie, who passed away July 22. 1949. Inserted by her loving husband. John.
COLES.-In sad and loving memory of our dear daughter. Mrs. Lillian Coles, who departed- this lite July 22. 1949. R.I.P. Inserted bv her lovlnir parents. Henry and Ethel Fnzakerley.
COLES.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Lilian Marie, who passed away July 22, 1949. Alwoys remembered by her sons, Horn', Ron, and daughter-in law. Doreen. ... ....
COLES.-In loving memory of Lil, who passed away July 22, 1949.
A little token, true and tender,
Just to show we still remember.
Inserted by sister and brother-in-law. Lila and Harry Rands.
COLES.-Fondest memories of our dear sister and sister-in-law. Lily, who fell asleep July 22. 1949. Always remembered by Val, George. Dawn, Al- bert, and Dossle.
COLLISON.-In memory of my dar- ling little mother, our grandmother, and our great-grandmother, Mary Anne, late of Gilgandra, N.S.W., departed this life July 23, 1948. Sadly missed by Vera, Frank, and family.
COLQUHOUN.-In loving memory of Lola, who passed away July 23. 1945. Always remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Hinge.
COLQUHOUN.-In loving memory of mv dearest friend, lola, who passed away July 23. 1945. Alway» remembered by Thelma. . ,
COOPER;-In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Lillian Gertrude, who passed away July 22, 1948.
We miss you so,, mum, darling.
Inserted by loving husband. Will, son. Laurie, daughter-in-law. Betty, grand- children. John and Kenneth, friends, Mr. and Mrs. James.
COPELAND.-In memory of our late esteemed friend and colleague. Sergeant John Francis Copeland, who died July 23 1947. Alwava remembered by his friends. Gordon, Roy. Aaron, and Norm,
COTTRELL-DORMER - In loving memory ot our dear friend. Myrll. Al- ways rememberer by Wal and VI.
COX.-Loving memory of our dear mother. Elizabeth, who passed away. July 22 1938. , ,
A little token, true and tender. Just to show we still remember.
Inserted by her loving children. Annie. Jack, claude Alan and Cecil.
CUMMINGS.-Loving memories of my dear wife »nd mother, Johanna, passed away July 23. 1947. Inserted by loving husband and family. Sadly missed.
DALY' (WHITBREAD).-In loving me- mory of cur dear mother. Sarah, who poased away July 22 1949.
I'll keep on smiling, darling.
And try to hide my tear«.
Knowing that vou will walk beside me
Down through the lonely years.
Inserted by her loving family. Dolsy, Rupert, Joe, Bert, Adolp, Iris, Jack. Rita, and their families.
DEGER.-Cherished memory of our dear mother. Sarah Deger, who left us, heaven to gain. July 22. 1927.
Till we meet again. Inserted by Amy.
DOUGLAS.-In loving memory of dear Doug, passed «way July 22, 1949. Sadly missed by mum, Borney, Alice, Dulcie, Ruby.
DOUGLASS.-Evelyn Linda. Passed awav Julv 22. 1P48. Lin. we will never forget. Doug. Joy, and Jimmie.
DOWNES.-Loving thoughts of my dear dad, passed away this day, 1949. Len. Fan. and family.
DOWNES.-Laving thoughts of my dear dad. Henry. Not Just to-day, but always. Lillian.
DVi'AKTE.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother. Myra Eileen Mary, who fell asleep July 23. 1948.
Alwsys remembered by her loving hus- band Vincent- «nd children Ronald, Barbara and Denise.
IN MEMORIAM I EARL.-A loving tribute to our dear mother, who passed away July 23, 1945. Sadly missed. Ron and Laurie.
ELDRIDGE.-Treasured memories ot my dear husband, and our dear father, and father-in-law, Arthur Erle, who fell asleep Julv 20. 1949. Upright and Just In all his ways, loving and kind to the end of his days. Inserted by his loving wife and family.
ELGUOD.-Cherished memories of our darling mummlc. Mum's love was thc first we ever knew, the last we w-ill forget; her memory lo us a kecitsake. her loss a lifetime regret. Terribly missed by her sons, Stanley and Robert.
ELGOOI).-In .fond memory of eur darling, who fell asleep July 23, 1947.
Gone ls the lace I love so dearly. Silent the voice I long to hear,
The flowers I placed upon your grave,
dear, may wither and die,
But the love I have for you, Madge,
. can never die.
I think of you In silence
And often speak your name,
But all that ls left to answer ls your picture In a frame.
So sadly missed by mum and dad.
KLGOOD.-In fond memory of our dear sister. Madge, who passed away July 23, 1947. We miss you, Madge, and always will. Those who loved you, love you still; whatever else we fall to do we will never fall to think of you. Inserted by her sisters. Edna, Valda, and brothers-in-law. Harold, Tim, and nephews and niece.
KLGOOD.-Loving memory of our dear friend Madge. Always remembered, Esle and Jack.
EMERSON.-Treasured memories of our dear grandmother and great-grand- mother Mary Ann, who tell asleep July 22, 1948.
Your memory is a keepsake.
From which we will never part; God has you In His keeping..
We have you In our hearts.
Sadly missed by grandchildren. Ruth and Harry, and great-grandchildren, Robyn and Harry.
FINN.-In loving memory of our dear father and father-in-law. who departed this life July 21, 1945. Always remem- bered by Ruth and Jack.
FISHER.-In loving memory of George. Inserted by his wife and daughter, Nona.
FLETCHER.-In loving memory of my dear dad, father-in-law, and grandfather, passed away July 21. 1948.
God saw you as you suffered,
He knows you had your share. He gently closed your weary eyes,
And took you In His core.
Inserted by his loving son. Mick, Flo, and family.
FHOOME.-Cherished memories of Oliver Moreton Frocme, loving husband ot Essie Froome, 43 Badajos Road, North Ryde, died July 23, 1948.
Unknown to the world you walk beside
Leading me home to the Comforter.
GALLOWAY.-Fond memory of dear Lesley (Jim), who waa called suddenly home, July 23, 1941; also David, who passed away July 22, 1947. Never for- gotten by Neille. Frank, and family. Enfield.
GARTNER.-Treasured memories ot our dear son and brother. Montie, died July 20, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving family.
GIBLIN.-In loving memory of darling little Terry Bruce. 2 years 9 months, July 22. 1949. So sadly missed by his Aunty Gwen. Uncle Jack, and baby John,
GIBLIN.-In loving memory of dear little Terry. July 22. 1949. Always re- membered by his loving Aunty Lea and Uncle Ted.
GODDARD.-In memory of our loving mother and nana. Ethel Victoria, who passed away July 22,. 1945.
A beautiful memory, clearer than .gold; A mother whose worth can never be told. A loving smile, a happy face,
A broken link one can never replace.
Sadly missed by Cec, Doug, Betty, and; Lorraine.
GODDARD.-Cherished memories of my dear elster and aunt. Ethel (Goos), who passed away July 22. 1945.
Not a day do wc forget you,
In our hearts you're always near, We who loved you sadly miss you,
As lt dawns another year. .
Sadly missed by Glad, Val' and families.
GODDARD.-In" loving memory ot our dear Irlend (Goog), who passed away July 22, 1945. Inserted by Brad and family.
GOSSCnALK.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Olive (nco Growcoe), died on the 23rd July, 1948. Our thoughts to-day dear are Just as true as they were one year ago. Inserted by her sen, Arthur, and Mary.
GRINTIAM.-In loving memory
Mum, who fell asleep July 23. 1945; also brother. Dick, October 31. 1941.
serled by her daughter and his sister. Iris.
GROSSE.-In .loving memory of our dear brother, Fred, who departed this life July 22. 1949. '?..?'
'Tts sweet to be remembered,
And a pleasant thing to find; Though you may be absent,.
dear husband, father, and pa, Matthew Wonson, who passed away July 23, 1948.
Whatever eise we foll to do,
We never fall to think of you.
Always remembered by Amy, Ilfra, Bett, Janice, and Carolyn.
Harry, my dear husband and our dear father, who passed away July 23. 1945.
A wonderful father, good and kind. . His equal on earth you could never And
For all of us he did his best,
Please, God, grant him eternal rest. |
' He bade none a last farewell.
He sold good-bye to none,
The heavenly gates Just opened wide And a gentle voice said, "Come."
Inserted by his loving wife, Rose, and family. , , .
HARTMAN.-In loving memory of our dear wife, mother, daughter, sister and sister-in-law. Edna May, who passed away, Juiy 23, 1945.
Your memories are keepsakes.
From which we'll never part God has you in His keeping,
We have you. In our hearts. Inserted by her loving family.
.HEDGER.-A tribute of love, to the memory ot my dear husband, John, and our dad, who died July 23, 1948.
Sorrow cannot rob us
Ol happy hours we've known,
Nor take our dear on« Irom us,
For love will claim its own.
Sadly missed ? by his loving wife and family. . , ,
HENNESSY.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Edith May, passed away July 23. 1944.
A wonderful mother, good and kind, Her equal on earth ls hard to find.
Inserted by her loving daughter, Joyce, and son.-Jack. , , _ ..
HOWE.-Loving memories of David, who passed away July 22, 1945. Inserted by his loving wife and family.
HUSBAND.-Treasured memories of my dear wile and our mother. Gladys, passed away July 23. 1949. Always re- membered by her husband and family.
KELLY.-Loving memories of dear brother George, who fell asleep July 23 1938 Gone, but not forgotten by Gert and Will.
KELLY.-In loving memory of our dcor dad, Edwin, who departed this- life July 22, 1949. Inserted by his loving daughters. Ida and Gladys.
KELLY,-In loving memory of 'my dear father, Edwin, who passed away July 22, 1949. Never forgotten by his son, Joe, daughter-in-law, Glady, grandsons, John,
KERR.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Yelta, who passed away July 23. 1947. Still sadly missed. Inserted by her loving husband, Len.
our dear son and brother accidentally killed July 22. 1948.
A wonderful son only 1er*.
One of the best (3od ever sent.
What would wc give '.*» clasp your hand
Your smiling lacie to see.
And hear again your happy voice.
Dearly loved by mum, dad, Arthur Betty. , . .
LAIDLER.-Loving memory of oui
dear brother George. Sadly missed by Alice, Hugh, and Geron.
LAIDLER.-Treasured memories of our dear brother, George, accidentally killed, July 22. 1948. . \
A wonderful brother, only lent. One of the best God ever sent.
Always remembered by Madg and Aub. LAIDLER.-Treasured memories of our pal. George accidentally killed July, 1948. Inserted by Beryl and Dick.
LARKINGS.-In loving memory of my dear brother-in-law, Robert William, who passed away July 23, 1949.
A beautiful memory left behind.
Sadly missed by his sister-in-law. Eva. LEWIS.-In loving memory of Annie Mathilda. ' who passed away July 22, 1948. Inserted by her loving husband, Daniel Lewis, and her son and daughter, Alan and Bonnie Nancy.
I.OCCHI.-In memory" of our dear mother, Ellen, who passed away July 23. 1948. Remembered by her loving family.
LOWE.-In loving memory of our dear son, Jack, whom God colled home July 23. 1943. Forever in the hearts ot mum. dad, and brother. Lawrie.
LUDSKI.-In loving memory of Clara, beloved wire of Emanuel and mother of Joel, passed away July 22. 1940.
McDICKEN.-In memory of my dear mother, passed away July 24, 194». Her loving daughter. Marie.
MeKEOWN.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Annie, called to rest July 22. 1946. Always In our thoughts. Jean, Eileen, Marie. Alan, Bill, Mnage, Bert, Dan, Richard, Judith. Irene, Betty, and Bill.
McLEAN.-Treasured memories of Joy, who fell asleep July 22, 1940. Lovingly remembered by mummy and daddy.
Mcl.r.AN.-Loving memories of dear
Joy Roslyn, fell asleep July 22, 1948. Inserted by her grandparents and uncles Cyril and Mervyn.
MrPIIERSON.-Thoa» who have a
Cherish her with care.
For you never know the heartache. Till you see the vacant chair.
Sadly missed by your soil,,, Les. Lot and
.MCPHERSON.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Catherine, who passed away July 23. 1948. Sadly missed by her son. John.
MARSH.-John William, passed away July 23. Deep In my heart a memory ls kept of one I loved and will never forget. Sadly missed by his loving wife, Nell.
MARSH.-In loving memory of my dear father. John William, who passed away July 23, 1949.
A wonderful father, good and kind, His equal on earth ls hard to find. For each of us he did his best.
May God grant him eternal rest.
Inserted by his loving daughter, May. MARTIN.-Treasured memories of my dear husband and our darling rather. Robert Emmett, who was taken from us July P3, 1947. Dorothy «nd family.
MARTIN.-Treasured memories of our darling mum. who passed away July 22. 1943. Unseen, unheard, yet ever near. Remembered, loved forever, dear, by daughters. Flo. Rose, and Mab.
MELROSE.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away July 22, 1941. Inserted by her loving lomlly.
N'AGE.-A tribute of love and memory tn mv dcor sons and brothers. Robert Marshall (Bert), passed awny July 22. 1949; also Harold, passed away August 27. 1919. From their loving mother, brother, Will, and family.
IN MEMORIAM 1 NAGLE.-In iona memory of my ¿eur husband. Robert Mtrihall. who putted away July 22. 1941). aged 57.
May thc sunshine you missed OB life s
highway, . ,
Be lound In God's haven of rest.
Inserted by his loving wile, Vera Nagle O'NEIL.-In memory of our dear mother and my wile, who passed away July 22, 1049. Inserted by her loving husband and daughters, Nanoo and
PALSER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 22,
Your life was one big sacrifice, Your heart was true and tender.
You toiled so hard for those you loved' Then left us to remember.
Inserted by her loving daughter «nd son-in-law. Elsie, Norman, «nd grand-
FALSER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 22,
Every day In some sweet way
Your loving memory goes our way. A allent thought, a secret tear.
We are always wkhlng you were here. Inserted by her loving son and daugh- ter-in-law, Jack, Jean, and grandchildren.
POPPLEWELL.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Jeannie, who passed away July 23, 1949.
Whatever elso we fall to do,
We will never tall to remember you.
Inserted by your loving husband, Snow. POSNER. - Our darling mother, Rebecca, passed away July 22, 1940. Always remembered by Rose and Dora.
roTTS.-In loving memory of our dear son, Flight-Sergeant Lindsay Gordon Potts. 412701, killed Italy, July 22. 1943. Always In our thoughts. Mother and dad.
POTTS.-In' loving memory ol our dear brotihcr, Flt.-Sgt. Lindsay Gordon
Two little words, not hard to write, But two 1 will remember all my lue,
My brother. ? .
Inserted by Roma and Frank.
QUINTON.-In memory of our be- loved devoted brother, I*slle John, who suddenly passed away July 22. 1,949. He bade no one a last farewell, he said good- bye to none. The heavenly gates lust opened wide and a gentle, voice said come. Deeply mourned by his brother and sisters at home, Castle Hill. .
REID.-In loving memory ot my dear husband. William, who passed from this Hf« July 22, 1945. Badly missed by his wife, Adclolde Mary, daughters, Amurl and Elly, »nd granddaughter, Sonia Ann. Loved by all.
May ho rest In peace.
RICHARD.-In sad but loving memory of our dear brother, brother-in-law,
and uncle, Edward James, who passed, away July 22, 1949. Sadly missed by Charles. Ead, and Bruce..
ROSS.-In fond memory of my brother Bert, who departed this life July 22,
Always remembered by his brother
Joe and Family.
ROSS.-In loving memory of my dear brother. Bert, who passed away July 22,
Deep In our hearts a memory ls left
Of one we loved and shall never forget. Inserted by his loving brother, Jim, sister-in-law, Zeinie and Jimmie. Davit and Dorothy. , ,
ROWSWELL.-In loving memory ot my wife and mother, Hazel, who passed away July 22,. 1948. Wc miss her smile, her kindly ways, with her we spent some happy days. Inserted by her hus- band and loving son, George.
ROWSWELL.-Treasured memories of dear Hazel (nee Ty ter), who departed this life July 22. 1948.
Please. God, grant her eternal rest.
Always remembered by mother. Dot,
ROWSWELL.-Hazel, always remem- bered by Mary.
RYAN.-In loving memory of my dar- ling beloved mother, Annie Florence Ryan. late of 47 Anzac Parade, Ken- sington, who died July 23. 1937. Always loved by her only child, Cecilla Florence Simmons, above address. ? ,
RYAN.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 22, 192B. Always remembered by Bunty and Mavis. . , .
SAMPSON.-In loving-memory of my dear father. Thomas James, passed away July 22. 1945. , " t.
Upright and lust In al) his ways.
Loving and kind to tho end of his days.
Inserted by his son, Albert Sampson, and family. ?
SAWYER.-In loving remembrance of my husband and our father. Sydney Alfred, who passed away July 22, 1949. Inserted by his wife, son, and daugh- ter, Syd and Edith.
SCIIEIBEL.-In loving memory of our dear father. Thomas Francis, who passed sway July 22, 1949.
You ore not forgotten, dad.
Nor will you ever be;
As long as life and memory lasts.
We will remember thee.
Always remembered by his daughter. Margaret, and sons, Thomas and Hubert.
SCHOBERG.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Eugene Oscar, who passed away July 23, 1944. Always remembered by his loving wife and family.
SCOTT.-Deep in our hearts a memory ls kept of the one we loved and will never forget, George John, passed away July 23, 1917. Sadly missed by his wife, Beatrice, and family. ,.
SHARPE.-Norma (nee Nicholls), died at Mudgee, 1943, devoted mother of Jean and Heather. Never forgotten by her loved ones at Homebush.
SMALL.-In loving memory of my dear father. Henry (Harry) Small, who passed away july 22 1934. Always remembered by his loving' daughter, Viney.
SMALL.-In loving memory of our dear father. Henry (Harry), who passed away July 22. 1934. Never forgotten. Inserted by his loving daughters. Josie. Rita and son. Harry.
STAEIX.-In cherished memory of my dearly loved husband, Henri, who passed away July 22, 1945. Sadly missed by his loving wife, Ethel.
STIRLING .-In loving memory of our niece and cousin. Jean Haldane, who passed away July 21. 1949. Inserted by Jean. Ted, Bnd family.
S TRÄUBEL.-In loving memory of Carrie, who passed away July 23. 1948. To live In hearts we leave behind ls not lo die. Inserted by her husband, also Olga and Molt.
STUART.-In loving memory of our dear father. William . John, who died July 22, 1945; also our dear mother, Mary, who died April. 7. 1949.
Not Just to-day,
Always In our thought«.
Inserted by their loving son» and daughters. , ,
STUART.-Five years to-day, dear dad, also mother, April 7, 1949.
Beyond the sunset.
Forever remembered. Clare.
STAPLES.-Treasured memories of our darling Neville, who fell asleep July 23. 1940, aged S'A yesLTS. Dearly loved, ever In our thoughts. Mummy, daddy, Noll.
STUBI.EY.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Victor Thomas, who passed away July 22, 1943. Inserted by his loving wife. Linda, and
TnoRBY.-In loving memory ol my darling husband. Edwin (Ted), who poased sway July 23. 1943, Always missed by his sad wife. Millie.
THOMAS.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Minnie, passed away July 22, 1948. Inserted by her loving daugh-
TRESIDDER.-In loving memory of my dear old dad. William Henry, who passed away July 21, 1948. Living in the memory ol his daughter. Sarah.
TREVIT1I1CK.-In loving memory of my dear husband, our father, and grand- father, Tltomas William, who passed away July 23, 1949. Inserted by his lov- ing wlte end family.
TURNBULL.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Thomas Archibald, who passed away July 22. 1949.
I have lost my life'« companion.
A life I linked with my own, God only knows how 1 mis» him,
As' I go through life »lone.
Inserted by his loving devoted wife, Ruby Clare Turnbull.
WARD.-In loving memory of our dear father. Henry Welfare, who died July 22 1934. Inserted by his loving chil- dren, Maud. Harold. Edle, and Molly.
WEST.-In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Ellen Irene, passed away July 22. 1949. Inserted by her loving husband and family.
WHEELER.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother. Ethel Emily Wheeler, who departed this life Jttlv 23. 1948. Inserted by her loving hus"bond and children.
WHELAN.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Mary Whelan, who departed this life July 22, 1946.
A silent thought, a »ecret tear. Always wishing you wore here.
Never forgotten by her children and grandchildren. , ,
WHITEHOBN.-In ever-loving memory of our dear mother, mother-in-law, grandmother. Remembered always by Ernie Buddy. Emily. Norma. Walter, Barbara. Margaret.
WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of our dear father, John Williams, who passed away July 22. 1948. Sadly missed. Remembered by hi« daughter. May, son in-law, George, and family.
WILLIS.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Annie, who passed away July 24. 1949.
A wonderful mother, good and kind, Her equal on earth ls hard to find. For each of us she did her best. May God grant her eternal rest.
Always remembered by her loving daughters. Amy May. ton, Sydney.
WILSON.-Loving memories of my dear husband. Eric, who passed away July 23 1947. Alway« remembered by
his loving wife. Lucy.
WINTERBOTTOM.-In loving memory of dear dad. fell asleep July 23, 1949. Sadly missed by Hazel, Reg. Rupert, Linn. ,
WORKMAN.-In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away July 22, 1936. Always remembered by hi« loving family. ., ,
WOBSFOLD.-George Alexander. In loving memory of my dear brother who passed sway, July 23, 1945. Inserted by his sister. Ruby._
ON ACTIVE SERVICE
BEACH.-In loving memory of Sgt. V. L. Beach, killed In action El Alamein July 22. Alway» remembered by Beth
DU RIEU.-In memory of Garry, VX41751 2/24 Batt., killed Alamein, 1942. Sadly missed, parents, sister, and brother. ...
GILCHRIST.-Loving memory of Hor- rie, killed El Alamein. 1942. loved broth- er of Heather, beloved son late Lieut. H. w. and M. Gilchrist, Willoughby.
GROSSE.-A tribute to the memory of Lance-Corporal A. F. Grosse (Fred- die), died Repatriation Hospital. Con- cord, July 22. 1949. P.O.W., Malaya. Always remembered by the Foot family.
HOLLAND.-In loving memory of L./Cpl. J. P. (Perce) Holland, killed be- tween July 22-25. 1916, at Pozieres, France. Always remembered by his wife. Jessie, and son, Jack, ll Wentworth
JEFFERS.-In proud and loving memory of our adored only child. Trooper John 2/10 Commando Squ., killed In action, Wewak, N.G.. July 23. 1945. aged 19. All that ho had to give simply he gave. Mother and dad.
JUCHAU.-In loving memory of our beloved son, NX58711, Corporal Ray- mond Francis (Bim) Juchau, died Ranau Camp, Borneo, July 23. 1945.
Inserted by his father nnd mother.
JUCHAU.-In levin? memory of . our dear brother. NX587ll, Corporal Ray- mond Francis (Bim) Juchau, who died Ranau Prison Camp. Borneo. July 23. 1945. Always remembered by Tim and June. ,
JUCHAU.-In loving memory ot NX58711. Cpl. R. F. (Bim) Juchau. died Ranau Prison Camp. Borneo, July 23, 1945. He lives with One Who bear» a conqueror's name. Dearb* loved nephew ol Albert «nd Maude Woods,
ON ACTIVE SERVICE
MATCHETT.-In loving memory
my darling husband, «nd our deer father.
Harold David, who died whilst r.O.W.,1 at Ranau, Borneo. July 22, 104*1. Beyond the beautiful sunset.
Where lhere ls no sorrow or pain Where life's Journey ls ended.
In Joy, we will all meet again.
So sadlv missed by his loving wire
and daughters. Alice, Shirley »nd Jean. |
and son-in-law, Ron.
NERVES.-In proud and loving memory I
remembered by mum: sisters, brothers.
OSWIN.-In loving memory of Flt./ Sgt. David Oswin, died air accident. July 22, 1044. Sadly missed. Mum, dsd, Jim, Frances.
HEDGER.-Sgt. Ronald Herbert, killed In action July 22. Always remembered by mother, Ann. and Horrie.
SEDGER.-Fond memories of Ron, killed In action El Alamein. Always remembered by Ern.
STA1RMAND.-Tr ensured memories ot my dear sons. L.A.C. Alan stalrmand, died Regents Park July 23, 1048; also Sid, 2/15th. died prisoner of war camp Singapore Juno 24. 1942. So dearly loved, so sadly missed by dear mother and brother. Erle.
THE 14th FIELD COMPANY. To the glory of God and in memory of the officers, non-commlsrloned officers, and men of the 14th Field Company. A.I.F., who made the supreme sacrifice during the Great War 1914-1918.
THE 15th FIELD COMPANY. To the glory or God and In memory, of the officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 15th Field Company. A.I.F., who made the supreme sacrifice during the Great War 1914-1918.
WHITE.-Cherished memories of our only child. Gunner Paul Cedric (Mick), accidentally killed, July 28, 1942, aged 18. Inserted by his devoted parents, Paul and Maud White. Till the end
Mr». ROSEMARY INGHAM «.nd KERRY, ol 10 Kinn» Road. Eastwood, desire to extend their sincere THANKS to all relative«, friends and neighbours, for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards and verbal expressions of sym- pathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mrs. W. A. CORFIELD and' FAMILY, of 59 Gladstone Street, Kogarah, wish to THANK all kind relatives, neigh- bours and friends for floral tributes, kind expressions of sympathy. In their recent sad bereavement.
The FAMILY of tho late Eliza .lane Harden, 126 Belmont Street, Alexandria, Wish to THANK all relatives, friends, neighbours, Mrs. Neate, Mrs. O'Connor, the Rev. s. S. W. Horner. Mrs. Morton, and members of Jolly Boys' Club for their kind sympathy as expressed by fierai tributes, letters, cards, telegrams, during their recent sad bereavement, In the loss of their dear mother. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
Mr. end Mrs. A. COLLINSON wish to sincerely THANK relatives, mends, neighbours for telegrams, cards, expres- sens of sympathy in the recent loss of their brother-in-law. Please accept this os our personal thanks.
MISS PHILOMENA O'CONNOR, of 91 Harcourt Parade, Rosebery, wishes to THANK Rev. Monsignor Muirhead, (Mother Cecilia. Children's Choir of Clo-
velly, all relatives, friends, neighbours tor their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of her beloved Fiance, the late H. R. Washington. Please accept this as my personal thanks.
Mrs. MARGARET FILIPS. ot 73 Bayview Avenue, Earlwood, wishes lo sincerely THANK relatives and friends for their kind sympathy, floral tributes, cords, telegrams, letters. In recent sad loss of my dear husband.
S. B. KING wishes to THANK doctors, matron, nurses, and staff of the Hornsby and District Hospital for their kindness and attention to his late dear wife, also friends and relatives for their letters and cards of sympathy,
Mesdames E. BEAVAN. C. L. JONES, and T. A. .HOWELL, sisters of the late JAMES EDWARD STONE, wish to sin- cerely THANK all kind friends and rela- tives for their floral tributes and sym- pathy In their recent sad bereavement.
Mrs. A. HUNTER. JOY and AUDREY, cf 17 Beaconsfield Road, Mosman, wish to THANK all kind relatives, friends, and business associates of their-husband and father, the late WILLIAM ALLEN HUNTER, for their kindness, expressions of sympathy, and floral tributes during their recent sad loss.
Mrs. L. MOWLDS and Mr. and Mrs. W. MOWLDS, of 34 Preston Avenue, Flvedock. desire to express their sincere and grateful THANKS to ali relatives, friends, and neighbours for flora! tributes, telegrams, letters, cards, and verbal expressions ol sympathy In their recent sod bereavement. Would those whose addresses are unknown please ac- cept this as personal thanks.
Mrs. MARY EIJZABETH WATSON. Ol Abbotsford, desires to THANK the doc- tors and nursing staff of Lewisham Hos- pital, for their kindness and attention, also relatives, friends, and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, and many acts of kind- ness In my recent »od loss.
Mrs. C. WELCH, cf 452 Bronte Road, Bronte, sincerely THANKS all kind rela- tives and friends, also Wall. Zetland Progress, and Kinder Lodges and statt St. Vincent'« Hospital, for floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy In her great loss. Please accept this as my personal acknowledgement.
Mr«. M JONES and FAMILY of the late Mr. JAMES DRYSDALE wish to THANK friends and relatives for their kind messages and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this a» our person«! thanks.
Mr. GILBERT SHARPLEY and FAM- ILY of 39 Btatlon Road, Auburn, wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends, neighbours, and relatives for their ex- pressions of sympathy, letters, cords, telegrams, and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
MR. L. W. SMITH and FAMILY, of 126 Old Botany Rood. Mascot, desire to THANK all relatives, friends and neighbours, also the principals and em- ployees of E. M. Farleigh, L.M.T., T.M.C. Trailers, Naval Stores, Bunnerong, Mr. Butler, for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters and cards. In their recent sad bereavement. Kindly accept this as our personal thonks.
MRS. ANNE BUCK, BETTY end AUD- REY, of 36 Concord Rood. Rhodes, de- sire to sincerely THANK their relotlves and friends: also the staff of Exlde Bat- teries for their kind expressions of sym- pathy, letters, oards and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
Tile FAMILY of the late CHRISTINA NUTLAND wish to THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours for their cords, telegrams, and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
Mr and Mrs. F. RUSSELL, of fl Seimon . Street. Sans Souci, wish ta THANK relative« and friends for kind cxpresslona of aympothy In their recent bereavement. Pleaso accept this as our personal thanks.
Mrs D. MORRIS and FAMILY, of 17 Noble Street, Hurstville, sincerely THANK relative», friends, »nd neighbours, for telegrams, letters, and cards In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this BS our personal thanks.
Mrs ETHEL INGHAM and FAMILY, of Marlborough Street. Drummoyne, sin- cerely THANK all friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
Mrs. MAWER and SON, of 6 Nottlng hlll Road, Lidcombe, wish to THANK all relatives and friends of Berala and neighbours for their kind sympathy and assistance In their recent sad bereave- ment. Please accept this a» a token of our thank» «nd appreciation._
BARNES.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Gladys Barnes and Family, of 21 Allen Street, Canterbury, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband, CHARLES; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood, this Day, after Service commencing at 10.30 a.m. for the Rookwood Crematorium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9. BENNETT.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late ERNEST EDWARD BENNETT are Invited to attend his Funeral; which will leave Joseph Med calt's Funeral Chapel. 172 Redfern Street. Redfern. This Morning, at 10.30 o'clock, for the Eastern Suburbs Crema-
torium JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A..
172 Redfern Street. Reflern. 'Phone, MX2315 (2 lines).
BUSS.-The Funeral of the late
EDWARD FREDRICK BLISS, Ot Schofield, will leavo St. Paul's Church of England, Riverston», Till» (Saturday) Morning, after service commencing at 9.15 o'clock, for Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.
J. W. CHANDLER, Funeral Director.
'Phone, Windsor 16._
BOGG.-Tho Relatives and Friends of
tho late Mr. HAROLD BOGG, of Naremburn, are Invited to attend his Funeral, to leave Bruce Maurer'» Chapel, 2B1-3 Pacific Highway (near West Street), North Sydney, This Saturday, at 10 a>m-, for the Baptist Cemetery at
XA1034. North Sydney. ' XB1542 BOOKER.-The Relative» and Friends
of the late EILEEN ADA BOOKER are invited to attend her Funeral: to leavo tba Methodist Church. Katoomba. This Day. after service commencing at. ll a.m.. for the Methodist Cemetery, Katoomba. _ _ ._.
T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A.
'Phone». LA2873. etc.
BROOKS.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Mary Ellen Brooks and of Miss Edna Brooks, of 2 Darvall Street. Crow'6 Nest, are Invited to at- tend the Funeral of their beloved Son and Brother. JOHN RICHARD BROOKS; to leave St. Leonards Church, Donnelly Road. Naremburn, This Saturday, at 9 o.m., for the Cathollo Cemetery at Northern Suburbs.
BROWN.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late JOHN HAROLD BROWN aro Invited to attend his Funeral: which will leavo his Parents' residence. 4 John Street. Petersham, This Morning, at 9.15 o'clock, for the Botany Cemetery.
JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A.. 172 Redfern Street. Redfern. .Phone, MX2315 (2 lines).
BRUCE.-Relatives and Friends of the!
late JOHN BRUCE ore kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Funeral Home, South Terrace. Banks- town. This Morning after service com- mencing at 10.45 o'clock, for the Crema- torium. Woronora.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
South Terrace, Bankstown.
CLERY.-The Relatives and Friends |
of thc late MAUD ..CAROLINE |
CLERY. ol Barton Street, Kurri Kurri.
relict of ihe late John Clery. are respect- |
fullv advised Ihot h'T remains v
privately cremated at Beresfield Crema- torium, July 20. 1950.
H. BEVAN AND SONS.
Funeral Director». Kurri Kurri.
FUNERAL»_ CLIFF.-Tho Relatives ami Friends of
thc Into MARGARET CLIFF, ot 13 Highgate Street. Strathfield, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home. Railway Parade. Burwood, This Day, alter ser- vice commencing al 11.30 a.m.. lor the Rookwood Crematorium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-B. CURRAN.-A Requiem Mass will be
celebrated for the Repose of the Soul of thc late Mrs. MARY CURRAN, of Bondi, at St. Peter's Church, Devonshire Street. Surry Hills, This (Saturday) Morning, nt 0 o'clock. The Funeral will leave thc Church after Mass for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood.
DALY.-William Leslie. Requiem Mass
for the Eternal Repose of the Soul of the late WILLIAM LESLIE DALY, of 172 Gratton Street. Bondi Junction, will be celebrated at The Church of the Holy Cross. Adelaide street. Woollahra, at 9 o'clock This (Saturday) Morning. After the Mass the Funeral will leave thc Church for the Catholic Cemetery, Botany.
J. c. MCDONALD and SONS PTY. LTD..
Woollahra. 'Phone, FW6075.
ALY.-The Officers and Brothers of ts Holy Cross Branch No. Btw H.A.C.B.S. are requested to attend the Funeral of their esteemed Brother WILLIAM LESLIE DALY. For further particulars sec family notice. A. J. Love, President, A. J. Smith, Secretary.
DAVIS.-Thc Relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Florence Davis and Family ate Invited to attend the Funeral ot her loved Husband and their dear Father. WILLIAM JAMES DAVIS, of 2 Norman Street Carlton; which will leave our Private Chapel, £¡even Ways Rockdale. This (Saturday) Morning. after.Servicc commencing at 10.45 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Woronora.
J. and C. HARDY. A.F.D.A.,
Rockdale and Hurstville.
DAVISON.-The Relatives and Friends
ot the late ARTHUR CHARLES DAVISON are invited to attend his Fune- ral to leave the private Chapel of Motor Funerals Limited, 30 City Road, city, This Morning, at 9.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A.,
30 City Road, Sydney.
M6277, M6270. M6279, M6270.
DOBB.-Tho Funeral Service of the
late CYRIL THOMAS DOBB. of Robertson Rd, Moss Vale, will bo held at Christ Church. Bong Bong, To-morrow (SundBy), at 1 p.m.. after which thc Interment will take place In tho church- yard.
G. BEAVAN. Bowral.
DODGER.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dogger and Family are Invited to attend the Funeral ot their loving Daughter. ROBYN WINI- FRED; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Raliway Parade, Burwood. Tills Day, after service commencing at 9.30 a.m.. for the Church of England Ceme- tery. Rookwood. ,
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ217H-9. DOWNIE.-The Relatives and Friends
of Andrew and Keith Downie are kindly invited lo attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother. EMILY; to leave1 W. J. Williams' Chapel, Main Road, Bulli, Sunday Afternoon, ofter Service commencing nt 2.45 o'clock, for tho Pres- byterian section, General Cemetery. Bulli. , ,
W. J. WILLIAMS, Funeral Director.
DOYLE.-Tho Relatives 'and Friends
of the lat» CATHERINE DOYLE, late of 158 York Street North, city, are Invited to attend her Funeral, to leave St. Patrick's Church, Church Hill, on Monday, 24th July, 1950. at 9.30 a.m. for the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, Mortuary No. 3. Requiem Moss lor the Reposo of her Soul, will be celebrated at 0.45 a.m. . . THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.)
Established 1835. MA6013-4.
DUDLEY.-Relatives and Friends
Mrs. C. A. Dudley and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husbond. their dear Father. Father-in-law, and Grandfather. CHARLES EDWARD DUDLEY; to leave our Private Chapel. 265 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, This Morning, at 9 o'clock, for thc Crematorium, Eastern Suburbs.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
263 Elizabeth Street,
'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines). Sydney. EiLLIS.-The Relatives and Friends ol
i Mrs. Alice Ellis and Family are in- vited to attend the Funeral of her deorly loved Husband, their Father and Grand- father. ETHELBERT JAMES; to leave Our Chapel. 810 George Street. Sydney, This Saturday, after service commencing at ll a.m.. for Rookwood Crematorium.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
FOSTER.-The Relative» . and Friends
of Mrs. Ella Foster and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, CARL; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood. Monday. 24th. at 10.15, lor the Rook- wood Crematorium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9. GROUNDS. - The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. Mavis Orounds, of 27 Bertram Street, Mortlake and Family^ are invited to attend the Fune- ral of her dearly beloved Husband, their dear Father, and Father-in-law, WIL- LIAM THOMAS; to leave the Metro- politan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood. Monday. July 24. after Ser- vice commencing at 0 a.m. for Rook- wood Crematorium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ2178-B. HAINES.-Relatives and Friend» of
the late OEOROE HENRY HAINES are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown, This Morning, at 11.15 o'clock for the Crematorium. Rookwood. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED.
24 Enmore Road,
'Phone. LA2777 (4 Unes). Newtown. HEMMENS.-The Relatives and
Friends of the late JANE GORDON HEMMENS. of 142 Wilson Street, Red- fern, are Invited to attend her Funeral, to leave our Private Chapel, 44-46 En- more Rood, Newtown, on Mondoy Morn- ing, at 9.30 o.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Botany.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ217B-9.
ENRY.-The Relatives and Friends of the late ERNEST ALBERT HENRY are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel. 435 New Canterbury Road. Dulwich HUI. This Morning, after a Service commenc- ing ot 10.45 o'clock, for the Rookwood
WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A.. DULWICH HILL TERMINUS. 'Phone, LM1676. LM1458-9.
HENRY.-The Relatives and Friends
.of the late THOMAS HENRY, of Francis Street Moruya, late of Silver Mines. Moruya, aro Invited to'attend his Funeral; which will leave, thc Church of England, after Service com- mencing at 2 p.m. this Day (Saturday), for the Moruya General Cemetery.
. J. BROGAN.
Funeral Director. Moniya.
HOLMES.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late VICTORIA ALBERTA HOLMES are Invited to attend her Fune- ral; to leave St. Barnabas' Church. Broadway, This Morning, after a Service commencing at 9,15 o'clock, for the In- dependent Cemetery, Rookwood.
MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A.,
30 City Road. Sydney.
M6277. M6278. M6279. M6270.
USBAND.-Thc Relatives and Friend» of Mr. John Samuel Husband and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wile and their Mother, MURIEL ALICE; to leave our Chapel, 810 arorge Street, Sydney, on Monday, at 9.30 a.m., for Cathollo Cemetery, Rookwood.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
North Bondi, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jennings
(New Zealand), and Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris and Barbara are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Infant Son and Grandson, MARK; to leave the private Chapel of Motor Funerals Limi- ted, 30 City Rood, City, This Morning, at 9.15 o'clock, for the Presbyterian Cemetery. Botany. _
MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED. A.F.D.A..
30 City Rood, Bydney.
M6277. M6278, M6279. MG270.
KEHANE.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late DANIEL KEHANE, of 484 Botany Road, Beaconsfield, are in- vited to attend his Funeral, which will leave Joseph Medcalf's Funeral Chapel, 172 Redfern Street, Redfern, This Morn- ing, at 10 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery, Botany.
JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A..
172 Redfern Street. Redfern.
'Phone. MX2315 (Z lines).
KILBY,-The Relatives and Friends
of the late JAMES K. KILBY are Invited to atend his Funeral, to leave Wattle Park Church Hall, after a Ser- vice commencing at 2.30 p.m.. This Saturday, for tho Methodist Cemetery Hall.
M. H. O'ROURKE, Funeral Director,
Canberra and Queanbeyan.
'Phone Queanbeyan 52.
KISSELL.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late STEPHEN KISSELL are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Joachim's Church This Morning, at 9.45, for the Catholic Cemetery. Woro- nora. Requiem Mass for the repose of his Soul will be celebrated in the Church at 7 a.m.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A.,
97 Rawson Street,
KISSELL.-The Loyal Tribe of Auburn
Lodge. NO. 144, M.U.I.O.O.F. Officers and Members of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member. Bro. STEPHEN KISSELL. For particulars see above, notice. S. Johnson. N.G.;
L Hallagan, Sec.
LA SPINA.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late ALFIO LA SPINA arc Invited to attend his Funeral; to leavo our chapel, 810 George Street. Sydney, This Saturday, al 9.45 a.m., for Catho- lic Cemetery, Botany.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
LEVINGSTON.-The Funeral of the
late JAMES LEVINGSTON will leave St. Saviour's Church. Punchbowl. This Saturday, after Service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for interment in the adjoin- ing Cemetery.
_WOOD COFFILL LIMITED
LORD.-The Relatives and Friends of
Joseph Mortimer Lord. Oregory and Gerald Lord, aro invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their dear Mother, CAROLINE LORD, to lcovo her late residence. 29a Rusc-ell Street. Strathfield, nils Saturday, at 9.15 a.m.. for Botany Cemetery. .
THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.)
. Establlshd 1830. MA6013-4.
McATEER,-Thc Remains of the late
REGINALD FRANCIS McATEER. ot 15 Kensington Road. Summer Hill, were privately Interred in the Catholic Cemc terv, Rookwood, on Tuesday, July 18,
A. O'HARE, _ 13 Norton Street, Leichhardt. LM1999.
McDONAGH.—The Relatives and Friends of the late JAMES McDONAGH are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Chapel, 32 Railway Parade, Burwood, on Monday Morning, at 10 o'clock, for Church of England
WOOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
MCNAMARA.-The Relatives S lu,.n£rU?îdï..of the lato GEORGE EU
llïiïSi W.WW.; cí Kensington, a",
mvited to attend his Funeral; to Ie«v. St Martin's Church. Kensington. This Saturday, after service commcnclrut st
Imliorîuîn-.- '°r °" Ea£tern 6ubutbs Ore
CHARLES KINSELA PTY LTD _ , " A.F.D.A., Est. 1850.
ACK1E.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. David" Mackie and Family aro nvlted to attend the Funeral of h ï dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother and Grandmother. MARTHA MACKIE
Bowmcr Street. Banksia; whirl! will leave our Private Chapel, Seven Ways. Rockdale. This (Saturday) Morn. lng. after Service commencing ot s o'clock, for ino Crematorium. Woronora
J. and C. HARDY. A.F.D.A. '
Rockdale and Hurstville.
MARTIN -Thc Relatives and Friends . "."£U,hB lo"' Mrs' ALICE CHRISTINA * MARTIN, of 15 Russell street, Flvcdcclt
are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral' to leave Our Private Chapels. 302 Oxford Street. Woollahra, Next. Monday Morn lng, after Service commencing at 10.30 for Waverley Cemetery. '
; FW.IOOfi,_ Waverley.
MATHA.-Requiem Mass for th«
Repose of thc Soul of the late Mr MICHAEL WILLIAM MATHA. cl 428 Botany Road, Alexandria, will be cele bratcd at St. Michael's Church. Wellins. ton Street. Waterloo, This (Saturday) Morning, at 8.30 o'clock. Solemn Oflïc* will bo chanted after Mass and the Funeral will leave the Church at 9.30 o clock for Botany Cemetery,
MILLER.-The Relatives and Friend!
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bean end Mr. A. Jones are Invited to attend the Funeral of their Grandfather and Stet), father, EDWARD MILLER; to leave tit Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade. Burwood, This Doy. alter ¡fr. vice commencing ot 9 a.m.. tor the Rookwood Crematorium.
METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND
" , CREMATION SOCIETY. - . >?
Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9.
ORRIS.-The Relatives andí.Ftierds _ cf Mrs. H. M. (Mina) Morris, ot 14 Dcwrcng Street, Lidcombe. nm) Family, aro invtled to attend the Fune. ral of her loved Husband, and their dcor Father. EMANUEL; lo leeve Th« Parramatta Funeral Home. 32 Darcy Street. Parramatta, this Doy at o 45 a.m. for the Methodist Cemetery Rock-
CHARLES INNES and SON A.P D A
MORRISSON.-Relatives and Friends
of Mrs Elizabeth Morrisson and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband their dear Father. Father-in-law. and Grondtother, HUGH MORRISSON- lo leave our Funeral Home. 121 Rpir.nn Stree!, Auburn, This Morning, nt. ll 3(1 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITFD;
121 Rawson Street,
'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines). Auburn. MATHESON.-The Relatives ~¡ñ¡
Friends or Master Eric ond Nell Matheson of 46 First Avenue. Rodd Point. Mrs. E. Gulliver and Family ol Oatley and Miss Margaret Willioms are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Father, Son. Brother ard her esteemed Friend, ERIC MATHESON to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home! Railway Parado, Burwood, thia Day after Service commencing ot ll a.m. for Rockwood Crematorium.
METROPAL1TAN BURIAL AND
Railway Parade. Burwood. U.12178-8.
ATHESON.-Lodge Duty 562 U.G.L; of N.S.W. Tile omcers and Mern, hers of the above Lodge aro invited to attend the Funeral of their lan esteemed member. ERIC MATHESON. Regalia. For particulars, see Family Notice. A. A, Nicol, W.M. N. W o. Pickup. Secretary.
MATHESON.-Members of the N.S.W.
.Masonic Club are fraternally Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Bro- ther, ERIC MATHESON. For further particulars, see family notice. G. 8. Archer. Pres.; G. L. McKay, Sec.
OWEN.-The Relatives and Friends ol
Mrs. Margaret Owen and Family, ol 48. Elizabeth Street. Rozelle, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral ol her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, Father-in-law. and Orandfothtr. JAMES CHARLES OWEN: to leave our Private Chapel, 59 Parramatta Road, Annandale, This Morning, at ll o'clock, for the Crematorium. Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
59 Parramatta Road.
'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines). Annandale. OSBORNE.—Relatives and Friends of
the late Mrs. ALICE ELLEN OS BORNE are kindly invited to attend her Funeral; to leave Our Lady of Dolours Church, Archer Street, Chatswood, on Monday Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Mon- day Morning, at 7 o'clock. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,
24 Enmore Road,
'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines). Newtown. PAGE.-ThB Relatives and Friends el
the late Mrs. ANNIE PAGE are Invited to attend her Funeral, to leare our .parlours This Day. Saturday, at 9,30. a.m.. tor the Catholic Cemetery,
WHELAN and G LA CK EN. A.F.D.A.,
263 Miller Street. North Sydney, XB15I0 PRIDDLE.-The Relatives and Friend!
ol thc late Mrs. MARGARET JANE PRIDDLE, of Alexandria Street. Berry, are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Church of England Churth. Benry. This Day, Saturday, after Service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for tho Berty General Cemetery.
A. G. BRAITHWAITE,
NOWRA. 'Phone, 37. QUESSY.-Requiem Mass, for the Re
pose of the Soul of the late MARIE LAURE QUESSY. will be celebrated lo St. Brigid's Church. Marrickville, on Monday next, July 24, at 7.30 .o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church tn the afternoon at 2 o'clock for Cathou» Cemetery, Rookwood.
Mrs. P. KIRBY and - EON PTY. LTD., 'Phones. M2221-2. 810 George St. QUINT.-The Funeral of the la!«
ISABEL MURIEL QUINT, of 27 Wards Crescent, Oyster Bay, ls ap- pointed to leave Olsen's Chapel, Prlnce'i Highway, Sutherland, This Day. after a service commencing at 9.15 o.m.. lor the Baptist Cemetery, Parramatta.
SIVESS.-Tile Funeral or the late ED-
WARD SIVESS will leave our Chapel. 810 George Street, Sydney, on Monde;.', ot 10.30 o.m., for Church ot England Cemetery, South Head.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.
SNELLING - The Funeral of the late
ARTHUR FREDERICK SNELLING, of Killara, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, This Day, after service commencing at IO am, for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
Chatswood. J A 2834,
SNOWDON.-The- Funeral of the late
ALICE SNOWDON will leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel, 281-3 Paclflc High»'»!, near West Street. North Sydney. This Saturday, at 11.30 a.m.. for thc North- ern Suburbs Crematorium.
KA1034. North Sydney. XE1342, THOMAS.-The Funeral of the late
DEBORAH THOMAS, formerly of Bryngiaa. West Maitland, will leave SI. Mary's Church, West Maitland. This Day. after service commencing ot 10.30 a.m., ror the Church ot Englond Cemetery. Campbells HUI,
GEO. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.. In con Junction with FRY BROS., WEST MAIT-
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