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BIRTHS

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? BOLD (nee Cottee).-October 6. at Lnn clicster private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bold-a son (DonBins Robert).

BYE.-October 1. at St. Margaret's Hos pltcl. to Dora, wife ct William A. Bye

a sen.

CATTEI.l..-October 7. Bt Lystra private hospital, to Nora and Ernest, of Parramatta -a daughter (Susan Marilyn).

DANIELS.-October 5. at Canberra Com- munity Hospital, lo Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Daniels-a son (William Laurence).

DIMENT.-September 20, nt Lister House. Wollongong, lo Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Dlmcnt -a daughter (Elizabeth Kristine).

DOUGLAS (nee Austin).-October B, 1347, at King George V Memorial Hospital, lo Mr. and Mrs. Hector Douglas, Hurlstone Park -a daughter (Hclana Theresa). Both well.

GILLING (nee Silvester).-October 7. at Gordon private hospital, to Ronnld «nd Mary --a daughter (Caroline Henty),

JOHNSTONE.-September 21. at Fermoy, Brisbane, to Merrilie, wife ot Jack Johnstone -a daughter.

LAZOS (nee Bonita Hassell).-October 6, at Crown Street Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Lazo*-twins, son and daughter. All well.

LLOYD.-October 0. Denistone House, Eastwood, to Lola and Bill Lloyd-a daughter (Annette).

MARTINEAI! (nee Burkitt).-October S, at St. Albans. England, lo the Rev. and Mrs. Christopher Mnrtlneau-a son (David

James).

-MORELAND (nee Hardy).-October 4, at St. Monans. Cremorne, to Constance and Dudley-a daughter (Carolyn Dawn). Both

well.

MUNSON (ncc Gordon).-October 6. at Bunbury, Ashfield, to George and Mary-a daughter. Both well.

NORRIS.-September 30, at King George T Hospital, to Ailee and Norman-a son (Kenneth George). f

FIDGIiON (nee Marsh).-October 3, fat B.M.D. Hospital, Katoomba, to Joyce and Mel-a son.

RIORDAN.-October R. at Royal Hospital, Paddington, lo Thelma and Kevin-a daugh-

ter (Brena. Louise).

THURSTON.-October 8. at Gosford Dis- trict Hospital, to Betty and the late Gil- bert Robert Thurstun-a daughter (Gillian Rnbcrtal.

VINCENT.-October 3. at the Poplars pri- vate hospital, to Salme. wife of Dr, George Vincent-a. daughter.

WALLIS.-October 5, at Helenle private hospital. Randwick, to Mr. " rind Mrs. R. Wallis (nee Mnllabyh of Powell Road, Rose Bay-a daughter (Phemle Ami).

WILLIAMS.-August 13. 1047. to Dorothy, wife of Clarence Williams-a son.

WILLIAMSON.-September 29. at Carinya, Chatswood, lo Mr. and Mrs. P. M. William- son-a son (Inn Phillp),

ENGAGEMENTS

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ARMSTRONG-BOWMAN.-Thc Engage- ment, ls announced of nerice Christine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bowman, of Kingsford, to John Cay. son of the late T. S. L and Mrs. Loma Armstrong, bf Corona. Longreach and Toowoomba, Qld.

BENTLEY-RUMMERY.-The Engagement ts announced of Rae, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rümmers', of,Coogee, to Chris, of North Strathfield, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bcntlev. of Berala.

CARADUS-WHITE.-The Engagement ls announced of Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. White, of Turramurra,

to David, second son of Mrs. I. V. Caradus and the late Mr. J. Caradus. of Turra-

murra.

CLARKE-LAYTON.-The Engagement ls announced of Roma Yvonne Loyton, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lns'ton, of 22 Homebush Road, Strathfield, to John Peter Clarke, ex-R.A.N.. younger son of Mr. and Mrs. .!. Clarke. Geelong, Victoria.

NESBITT-CHESHER. - The Engagement is announced of Doreen Amber, elder daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Chesher, of Fivedock, to Donald Youll, only son of the late Mrs. H. Nesbitt and Mr. R. Y. Nesbitt, of Walcha.

REEVES-SCOTT.-Tlie Engagement ls announced ot Margaret McLaren, elder dnnghler of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Scott, Commercial Bank. Sarina, Queensland, to Maurice Conrad (R.A.N.J. only son or Dr. »nd Mrs. T. C. Reeves. Melbourne.

SIMPSON-GRAHAM.-The Engagement ls announced of Sheila Robertson, elder daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Graham, of Gordon, to Dr. John Heaton, younger son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. R. C. Simpson. .

SINCLAIR-SMITH-SAYWELL.-The En- gagement is announced of Roslyn, younger daughter of the late Mr. Ross Saywell and of Mrs. Ross Saywell. of Vaucluse, to Robert, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Sinclair-Smith, of Vaucluse._

MARRIAGES

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CAMPBELL —TAYLOR. — September 27,

1947, at St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore, by the Bishop of Singapore, Alan Hugh, youngest son of the late Mr. H. E. Camp bell and Mrs. H. E. Campbell, of Brantham, Kingsbridge, S. Devon, England, to Mar garet Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Taylor, Strathfield, Sydney.

DEATHS

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ANDERSON, Rosanna Jane.-October

1947. at her residence, 75 Stafford Stre Paddington (late nf Young), dearly lo' sister of David, Jean, ancL.Sadie (Mrs. B four), aged fi5 years. . At rest.

ANDERSON, Thomas.-October 8, 19 R.G.H., Concord, late 2nd A.I.P.. den beloved father of Gordon and Jean (decease and loved son of the late John und Elfzobi Anderson, of 17 Chatham Street. Randwi and loved brother of Annie (decease Katherine (Mrs. J. Buller), Elizabeth (M 8. Gulliver). Irene (Mrs. N. Gulliver), Jol Monica (Mrs. E. Gulliver). Clarence (2 A.I F., deceased), and Joseph, aged 45 yea

R.f.P.

ARCHIBALD, Willoi! Carlisle.-October 1947, at his residence. Hillcrest Aveni

Mona. Vale, aged 85 years.

ARNOLD, William Henry Charlea.-Ocl ber 8, 1947 (suddenly), dearly beloved hi band of Dorothy May. loving luther Pamela and .Barry, dear grandfather Denise, and brother of Constance, aged

years. At rest. Por funeral notice, s

Friday's "Herald."

IJAKEH. Alarla Jane (nee Cia Ctipltl). Oct. 7. 1S47. at her residence. "Merr lands," Aston St. Rosehill, beloved wife

the late Henry Baker, and dearly Iovtd sis! of Millicent. Lily, Eliennor. Pearl, «nd, Mon ?nd'Slster-ln-lnw of Roy Baker. At rest.

BARTLE, Margaret.-October 7. 1947,

her residence, 23 Starkey Street. Hurlslo Park, widow of the late Thotnus Burtle ui denrly loved mother of Cecil (deceased Elsie, Tom. Leonard (deceased). Sydney (d censed), and Blanche, privately creroafed.

BROWN. Thomas.-October 8. 1947.

hospital, beloved father of Thomas Brow: of 4) Maitland Avenue. Kingsford, agi

R3 years.

HUCKLE. John.-October 7. 1947. at ll residence. Woodpark Road, Merrylands, Join relict of Susan Buckle, and loved fother

Henry. Thomas. Priscilla. John Ellen. Bc tram, also Edmund (deceased), aged Í

years.

CAREY, William Thomas.-October

1947. at his residence, 228 Cumberlar Road, Auburn, dearly beloved husband i Annie Corey and dear father of Wllllan Frank. Ida. Alice. Tilomas. Amy. and Eist aged 68 years. At rest.

CAREY. John.-October 1. at Adule hoi »it ni. Trundle, beloved father of Josep william, Margaret Mary (Sister M. Jullanla . nd Francis Lawrence, aged 90 years. R.I.I

CARTER. B. E. (Peggy).-October I 1B47. at Rora) North Shore Hospital, bi loved wife of John Frederick Carter, age

48 years.

CARTER. William John.-October 5. 1941 tt Dubbo Base Hospital: of Alambie. Narro mine. Cremated ot Northern Suburbs, Oeto ber 7. 1947. 2.30 p.m.

CHANDLER, Samuel Janies.-October f 1047. at Prince Henry Hospital, dearly be loved husband ol Dorothea Chandler, of ll Adelaide St. Woollahra, and loving father c Trevor and Thelma IMis. Clchero). age 74 years. See Friday's "Herald" for Fun«

ral arrangements.

CHIVEItS. CiurluUc M ur If Bullly.-OctO ber 8. 1947 ut her residence. Ashleigh Smith street. Wentworthville, loved wife a Alfred and loving mother ot Charles. Doro tliv. Morie. Geofl. and Collu, uged 55 years

CHRISTENSEN. Maude Minnie.-Octobe 8, 1947, al her residence, 14 Walker Street Arncliffe, dearly loved wife of Lewis am loving sister of Florence (Mrs. Smith) am Alfred, aged 56 years.

COLLIER. John Beattie.-October 8, 1947, at his residence, 30 King's Road, Brighton- le-Sands, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth and loved father of Bertha, Alma, Doreen, Betty, Robert, and Neville, and loved bro- ther of Nell and Syd Dixon, of Lakemba, aged 60 years. At rest. See Friday's "Herald" for funeral announcement.

COMBER. Thomas Henry.—October 6 1947. Thomas Henry Comber (late of 1 st and 2nd World Wars), son of the late Thomas and Margaret Comber and brother of Adelaide. Frederick, Maude. Harold, and Vivienne (deceaised). Privately cremated 8th

inst.

TO.V, Arthur Thomas.-October 8. 1947 »I Sydney Hospital, denrly beloved husbant of Mary Ann Cox. ot 12 Boyce Street, Glebe «ged 67 years. At rest.

COX. Phillip James.-6th Sepieniber 1947. ni Sydney, and late of 8 Kellett Street. King's Cross, formerly of Soutli

Australia.

CUBIE. Florence.-October 8. 1947, ni Balmain Hospital, beloved wife of Jame.1 Crawford Cubic, of 41 Hubert Street. Lelch. hordt. and denr mother ot John. Glasgow papers please copy. ?

DAWSON, Florence Annie.-October 8 1947. nt her residence. 60 Payton Ave Punchbowl, beloved wife of Arthur Dawson and fond mother of Len and Marg, ag« SO years. At rest.

DIJRNIN, Rev. Father Thaddeus. O.F.M. October 7. 1947. at St. Vincent's Hospital

Rcqulescat In pace.

FINLAY, James Joseph.-October 8, 1947, at his sister's (Mrs. J. Ward) residence, 77 Roslyn Gardens. Elizabeth Bay, Jame! Joseph Finlay, dearly loved son of James T. Finlay and the late Belinda Finlay rnd dear brother cl Alma (Mrs. A. J. Crozier), Ida (Mrs. J. Word!, and Florence (Mrs. P. White), and Frank. Jock, and Vivian (deceased). Rcqulescat In pace. Goulburn popers, please ccpy.

FOSTER. Ella».- October li. 1947. nt her daughter's residence. 16« Beerrott Road, Cheltenham, beloved mother ol Evelyn (Mrs. Eyers), Ernest. George, und Claude, aged 88 veal's. For lunero! notice, see Friday's

.'Herald."

FREEMAN, Phillip Charles.-October 8,       1947, at Windsor, relict of the late Stella Freeman, of Vineyard, and dear father of Colin, William, and Keith, aged 58 years.

R.I.P.

HILTON. 1'allierlne Mary.-October 4. 1047. nt her residence. 16 Forrest Street, Haberfield, relict of the late W. B. Hilton. «ged 83 years. Privately cremated.

' HOLMES, Mary Ann Charlotte.-October 6. 1947. of Waitara. Al rest. Privately cremated October ll. 1947.

JEFFREY, Henry.-October Ö. 1947. at Wingello, relict or the late Ada Jeffrey, and dear father of Kate and Harry, of Orange, Emma, of Wingello. Monde. Stan, and Norman, of Sydney, aged 83 years.

KEECH, Harold Colin.-October 8 1947. at Prince Henry Hospital. Harold Colin Keech, late of Attunga, Tamworth, beloved husband of Faith Mavis, and loving brother of Garnett, Edward, Leslie, Percy, Maurice, Lillian. Alice. Grace. Ethel. Marlon, and Gladys, aged 47 years.

KEFFORD. Grace.-October H. 1947. at . private hospital. Marrickville, widow of the late William Retford, dearly-loved mother of Linda (deceased). Pearl (deceased), Vic- tor Ruth (Mis. H. Hydlng), and Grace, deal grandmother cr Betty. Ruth. John, and Billy, and great-grandmother of Sn nd ni. aged 80 years.

KEILLOR, Albert.—October 8, 1947, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Albert Keillor, dearly beloved husband of Catherine and loved father of Coral (Mrs. Smith), aged 69 years.

KENNEDY. EiKlh Mnud Moy.-October *, 1947. suddenly, ot Hurstville, late of 1 Croydon Street. Cronulla, beloved daughter of Frances Jones, of Newcastle, and loved mother of Patricia Cherie and sister of Ivy. Elsie. Oliver. Herbert, Ernest, and

Hilton.

DEATHS

KING, Arthur Seymour.-October 8. 1947. al. his residence. 200 Birren Street. Waver- ley, beloved husband cf Emma Ellen King and loving father of Iden, Eadith. Naomi: Wilma (Mrs. Clarke). Ruth (Mrs. Portón), brothers-in-law. George and Keith.

HUSKY, Normon James.-October 8. 1947. suddenly, of 60 Napoleon Street. Mascot, dearly loved husband or Ellon Gladys Kusky. and dcor father of Phyllis (Mrs. Cowan), Charles, and Ernest, oged 58 years. At rest. For funeral announcement see Friday's "Herald."

. LANDERS, Albert Ednln.-Oclober 7. be- loved husband of Winifred, of queen Street, Woollahra, only son of the late Mrs. Albert Ney banders, of Woollahra, and loved brother of Leonie, of Park Avenue, Mosman.

LAWSON, Frederick Bernard (late 2nd A.I.F.).-October 7. 1947. suddenly, beloved husband or Jessie Lawson and stepfather of Jack, of 109 Walker Street, Redfern.

LAWSON, Frederick Bernard dote 2nd' A.I.F.).-October 7. 1947. suddenly, loved father of Harold and Margaret, beloved brother of Violet (Mrs. Pomfret). Addison Road, Marrickville, Ken and Bob. of Haber

I.ÉE. Abraham (Alf).-October 5. 1947, at Sydney Hospital, beloved husband of Rose, oged 71 years. Privately cremoted October

'LONGHILL, James.-October 8. 1947. at a private hospital. Mosman, late of Warwick, Queensland, aged 87 years.

McELWAIN. Maud.-October 7. 1947. dearlv beloved wife of Harry McElwain. ot 28 Roc Street. Randwick, and dear mother of Ivy (Mrs. H. Llllyman) and grandmother

ot Judith. Rcottlescat In pace.

MACGREGOR. George Robert.-October 7, 1947 at Wahroonga, beloved husband of Rosa Adeline, of Mosman, and loved father of Ian, Stuart, Alan, Duncan. Catherine,

and Dorothy.

MARKS. Kuhl Wilhelmina Burton.-Octo- ber 8. 1947, daughter of the late William and Isabella Marks, aged 91 yeors.

MITCHELL, Jomes.-October 8. 1947, ot hts residence. 18 Merrcnburn Ave. Narem- burn, dearly loved husband of Katie, and loving father of James (Allan). Dorothy, Gordon (Mac) George, and Katherine, lov- ing grandfather of Joyce. Kitty. James. Mary. Murrnv. Prances. Helen, and Judith, In his 82nd year.

MOSSONG. Minnie Camilla.-October 8, 1947. at her daughter's residence, 37 Cot- tenham Street. Glebe, widow of the late J. Victor Mossong, loving mother of Ivy, Amy, and Victor, mother-in-law or Rex, Bob, and Edna, grandma or Pat. Dorothy. Betty, and Robyn, aged 73.

MOSSONG, Minnie Camilla.-October 8, 1947, dearly loved sister of Ada. Edith, Alice, and Amy.-aged 73.

MURRAY. James.-October 8. 1947 (sud- denly), of Hastings Parade. Bondi, dearly loved son of Catherine Murray and dear brother or John. Cecilia (Mrs. Webster), Anne (Mrs Caller), and dear brother-in-law of Gertrude. Leslie, and Henry, aged 51 years. R.I.P.

NEICII. Emily. Sharpe.-October 4. 1947, at her residence. 00 Cariotta Road, Double Bay, wife of William, and loving mother of Lola. Privately cremated October 7, 1947.

PARKER, John Thomas.-October 6, 1947, at Sydney Hospital, J. T. Parker, of Coo- namble. N.S.W., loving brother of Norah, Lena (Mrs. H. Eastick). Winnie (Mrs. W. Rigney), and Mary (Mrs, M. Gladstone).

Privately Interred 8th Inst.

RANKIN, Arthur George.-Passed away October 5, 1947. at 6 Henderson Road. New Lambton, loving husband of ' Gladys and father of Elaine. Privately cremated October 0. 1947.

ROBERTSON, Arthur.-October 8. 1947 (suddenly), at his residence, 2 Lorne Avenue, Kensington, dearly beloved husband of Milli- cent MOY Robertson, and loving brother of Mabel and John, und loving son or James Robertson, of Pennant Hills, aged 57 years.

ROWLAND, Jessie-October 7. 1947. at her residence, 61 Water Street. Cabramatta, dearly beloved sister ot William Hogan, aged

60 years. At rest.

SMALL, Mary Kulbleeli.-Oclober H. 1947. ut her residence. 20 Boyce Street, Glebe Point, Mury Kathleen (Kate) Small, deurlv loved mother or William (deceased), Dorothy (Mrs. W. E. Rlordun), Slsler Mary Imelda (Good Samaritan Convent. Enoggera, Qld.). Clarence, und Trevor; aged 80 years. Requiescut In pace.

SMITH, Alice Florence.-October 7. passed away at Lithgow District Hospital (late ol Mimosa Street Bexley), dearly loved wile of John Smith, of 99 Rllle Parade. Lithgow.

SMITH, Benjamin Hamilton.-October 7, 1947, at Liverpool, loving father of Frances. Agnes and Sydney, aged 67 years. At rest.

STEWART, Mary Ann.-October 8, 1947. at a private hospital, Coogee, dearly be- loved wife of the late William Orr Stewart, beloved mother of Florrie (deceased),. Mar- garet, Bill, Clive (deceased). Charlie (de- ceased), and Glcdvs. R.I.P. For funerul see Friday's "Herald."

STONIIAM, William.-Oclober 8. 1947 (suddenly), relict ur the late Lllllun Stonham and loved father of Eileen and Dorothy, and fond grandfather or Joan, und brother or Elsie, aged 67. years. At rest.

TOG NETTI, Margarcl.-October 8. 1947. at her residence. 314 Darling Street. Bal- main, wire or the inte Stephen Tognettl, rormerly or Dubbo, beloved mother ot Laur- ence, Marguerita. Catherine. Regina (de- ceased), and Phillip (deceased), aged 85 years. Requlescat In pace.

TURNER, Amy Matilda.-October 7. 1947. at Rockley, Sirius Avenue, Mosman, beloved wlte or John R. Turner and sister of G. S. -Merchant. Mrs. Leeman. Mrs. J. C. McLean. Privately, cremated.

WATSON. Elslc-Lcctober 6. 1947. sud- denly, at Perth, Western Australia, Mrs. Elsie Watson, devoted wile or Leslie Harold Watson, and loving mother of Loul Glover.

R.I P

WIGIITON, William Thom««.-October 8. 1947. at his residence. Roper's Creek Road. Mt. Druitt.-beloved husband of Edith Mabel, aged 56 years. R.l.P. /

WILLIAMS. Roy Walter.-October 7, 1947 at Sydney, late ot Bendooley Street. Bowral, beloved husband ot the late Elsie Moy Williams, and beloved father of Ian

and Mvrene. urned 46- years.

WILSON, Catherine Ailee.-October 8, 1947 at her residence. 181 Main Rd. Thir- roul, beloved wile of Waller, and dear mother of Lily (dec.). Ailee (Mrs. Smith!, and Walter. (Suddenly), uged 115 years.

VUI.E, Rebecca.-October a, 1947. late of Lane Cove, al a private hospital. Chatswood, beloved mother of Edward, Allun, Ronald, mid Elsie (Mrs. Dunn, deceased)._

IN MEMORIAM

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BENTLEY.-A Tribute of love to the mem- ory ol my dcor husband. Ted, whp passed

awav October 9. 1944.

BOWES.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Teresa Margaret. Always remem- bered by Kathleen.

HOWES.-In loving memory ot our mother, passed away October 9. 1945. Sadly missed by her loving daughters. Lily. Marie.

CALLAGHAN.-In loving memory ot my dear wire, Lilian E., who passed awuy October 9. 1946. Sadly missed. Inserted by A, J. Callaghan..

CALLAGHAN'.-In rond memory ul my loving ond much loved sister, Lilian Eliza- beth, who was called to a higher life October 9, 1946.

Always unselfish, loving, and kind, A beautiful memory left behind.

Inserted by her sorrowing sister, Mary E.

Sanderson.

CLEWS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dad. George Harold, who gassed away Oclober 9. 1943. Sadly missed

y his loving wife, Eunice, and family, George and Eunice.

COLLIER,-In loving memory of my dar- ling daughter. Carolyn.

My baby dear. God called her home,

The voice I loved Is still.

A place ls vacant In my heart

Which never will be filled.

Always remembered by her loving mother. CRAWSHAW.-In loving memory ot dear motlier, who departed this Ute October 9. 1913. inserted by her Ernie.

DALEY.-In memory or our beloved lather, killed 1939. Sadly missed by his four daughters. Evelyn, Joyce. Lorna, and

Doreen.

DICK.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our rather, who passed away October 9, 1940. Always remembered by his

wife. Don and Jean.

GOOCH.-In sad but loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away October 9, 1940.

In the silent house at night, When sleep lúrsakes my eyes,

My thouehts »re on a lonely *rav» Where my darling wife lies.

My heart still uches with sudnes». My eyes shed many a tear;

All the years we were together You were so good and true.

And now that you are gone for ever We will always remember you.

' Inserted by her loving husband. Wal.

CHANT.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Hannah Grant, who passed away October 9. 1946. Inserted by her loving son. Ernie. Gladys, and Norman.

HAAS.-J. W. Paul, October 9, 1945. Al- ways remembered by Ills loving wile and sun, Pulli.

HAAS.-Fondest thoughts or Paul. Re- membered by Marge and John Wallgren.

HEATON.-In loving memory ot our dear mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother, who passed awav October 9, 1945. Alf. Ern, Edna, and Kerry

HILLIER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary, who passed away October fl. 11146.

Deep in our hearts a memory ls kept

Of one we loved and will never lorget.

Inserted by her loving sons, Altred, Nor- man, and daughters-in-law. Gladys and Rosie.

IIOUSTEN.-In sad but tond remembrance of our brother and uncle. Jim. who passed away October 9. 1945.

A tender chord of memory Is sadly touched to-day.

Inserted by Dave, Agnes, Reba, Alan, and Beryl.

HOUSTON.-My dear friend. Jim. who fell asleep October 9. 1945.

Little I knew when I woke at dawn The sorrow that doy would bring. V. Pierce.

HUGUES.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister. Valma May. who de- parted this Ufo October 8. 1943.

A loving smile, a happy face.

A broken link no one can replace.

Inserted by Dad, Mum. Jomes, and John. HURST.-In loving memory of my dear wile and loving mother uml grandmother. Lillian Edith, who passed away October 9,

194U.

Sadly missed

Always remembered by her loving husband. Fredrick daughter, son. son-ln-luw. grand- daughter. Hazel, Norman, Wally. und

Sandra. , . "

JANSON.-In loving memory ol my dear brother. George, who passed uwuy October

9 1942

' Just a little token true and lender.

To show, deur George, we still remcm

Inseitcdtby his loving sister. Amy. broth-

er-in-law. George, nephews, Herb. Ray. George, and niece. Doris. /

JESINA.-In lorlng memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Inserted by her lovltut sons, KU. John, Michael,

JOHNSTON.-In ever-loving memory of mv dear husband, Roderick Mathieson, who passed uwuy October 9. 1941. aged 73 years. Always remembered by his loving wife.

Helen Johnston. i",..rf

JOHNSTONE.-In memory of our beloved mother. Mary, who passed away on October 9 1946. Inserted by her children. Claris. Harry, »nd Molly.

KENSEY,-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father and grand- father. Jock, who passed uwuy October

WliiiD3would we give to see him smile.

To'talk with him und lough »while; Tu be together tn the same old way, Would be our dearest wish to-day.

Inserted bv hts loving wife. Alice, son. Norman, daughter. Doris, son-in-law. Jack, daughlt'r-in-luw. Jessie, and grandsons, Jack and Geoffry. , . , ,,

LINE.-In memory of my dear wire. Ellen (Nell), who passed «woy Oclober t). 1944 Inserted by her loving husband.

Bert.

I.YTTLE.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Ada, late of Petersham, who fell asleep October 9. 1945. Always remem- bered by her sorrowing family.

IN MEMORIAM

LOVERIDGE.-In memory ol our dear daughter. Nita who died October H. lf>45. A beautiful memory, dearer than gold.

A daughter whose worth can never be told; A loving smile, a hapDy face.

A broken link, one can never replace.

Always remembered by mother, father, sister. Val. and brothers.

MCDOUGALL.-In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away October I), 1942. Always remembered by her husband and son. Jimmie.

MCDOUGALL.-In loving remembrance ol our dear friend. Janet, who passed away October 9, 1942. Inserted by Marie and

Jim.

MUKHAY-NOONK.-In loving memory ol our dearly loved daughter. Eileen, who passed away October a, 1946. Inserted by her loving parents. Mr. and Mrs. F.

G. Murrell.

NAIT.-Sad memory of mv beloved hus- band and our father. Harry, who died October 9. 1946. Sadly missed by his loving wire and children. Harry. VI. and Don.

PEPPER.-lu loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, who was called to rest October 9, 194S.

A beautiful memory left behind

Of the dearest wife and mother you

could find.

Her loving ways, her happy smile. *

Sadly missed by her loving husband and family.

I'lDCOCH.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Laurel, and our beloved mother, passed away October 9. 1945. Always remembered. Inserted by Lionel, .Pauline. Elsie. Jean, Mick, Keith, and Les Warrender.

PILKINGTON.-Treasured memories of my dear mother. Emma, who departed thlB life October 9, 1946.

Not Just to-day, but every day In silence we remember.

Inserted by, her loving son. William, daughter-in-law, Muriel, and grandchild,

Anne.

PILL.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band, our luther, and grandfather. Edward (Pop), who passed away October 9, 1946. Always remembered by his wife. Vera, child- ren, and grandchildren.

SHANNON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away October 8, 1945. Always In our thoughts. Inserted by Will. Mary, and children.

STEWART.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Lillian, who passed away October 9, J 940. Always In our thoughts.

SUMMERS.-A tribute af love and memory of my dear mother. Edith, who passed away October 9. 1946. Inserted by her loving daughter. Iris.

WEBB.-In loving memory of. our dear mother, who passed away October 9. 1945.

The old home is still the some, dear,

By the door still stands your chair; But uh. dear mum, wc miss your pre-

sence there;

But wc know that you are happy

Now that you are united with dad.

The two most wonderful parents a

family ever had.

Inserted by your loving son and daugh- ter-in-law. George and Anne, and family.

WEBB.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Adeline Sarah, who passed away October 9, 1945.

A beautiful memory dearer than gold, A mother whose worth-can never bejold. Happy and smiling, always content,*

Loved and respected wherever she went.

Inserted by her loving family. Jack. Henry, George, Sept., Joe, Fred, Lizzie. Doll, and

Alf.

WEBB.-In loving memory of our darling mother, Adeline Sarnh, who passed away October 9, 1945.

We have lost our life companion,

A life linked with cur own;

God alone knows how we miss her,

As we walk through life alone.

Inserted by her loving sons, sons-in-law, daughters, . daughtcr-ln-luw. Lizzie and George.

WRIGHT.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, Annie, who passed away October 9 1946. Sadly missed by her loving husband. Charles, daughter, Dot, sons. Juck und Nev._

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BEMAN.-In loving memorv ot our dei husband and doddy. Harold. R.A.A.F. wi died October i), 1943. Sadly missed 1 Joyce. Carole, and Heather.

11KMAM.-lu ¡ovina memory ol Harold. « dear only child, who died In the service < his country, Oclober 9, 1943 (R.A.A,F Ile lives In the hearts ol mum and dad.

BOEKENSTEIN.-In loving memory c 1U51C5. A.C.I. Olaf H. Boekensleh R.A.A.F.. dearly loved and only son i Jume» und Joy Boekeiisteln and brother i i Betty, also Daphne. Sadly missed.

CI.IKFOltn.-Sad thoughts but pron memories of our dear son and brothel Fllghl-Sgl. Pilot Mick Clifford. R.A.A.F., 45 Squadron, killed October 9, 1943. Alwas remembered by his mother und brothers. Bl

und Jim.

CLIFFORD.-In loving memory or OL dear nephew, Mick, killed operational flight October il. 1942. Mill and Mick.

CLIFFORD-A tribute to the memory c Flt./SEI. Mick Clltrord, 452 Squodror R.A.A.F., killed October 9-10. 1942. Neve lorgotten by Lionel Wilson.

McCLKIXAN'i).-In loving memory c F./O. Bruce Johnstone McClelland, attache 213 Sqdn., R.A.F., missing over Bl Alamel October 9, 1942.

You flew too high for tears.

Sadly missed by mother and Meg.

MAIDEN.-In loving memory of our des youngest son und brother. Sgt. Wireless Air gunner Francis Keith Malden, who lost hi life at Patricia Bay, Canada, on October 9 1943. Dearly loved and sadly missed b his motlier, father sisters, and brothers To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die

NEW.-In loving memory of Lleiitenon Ernest C. New, 17th Battalion. A.r.F., kilto In action In France October 9. 1917. aged 2 years, beloved only son and brother ot th late Mr. E. F. New, Mrs. New. Gladys, am

Nen.

PAYNE.-In loving memory of our dca sou. Jim, NX57128, Jame» Richard Payne who died P.O.W. in Thailand. October 9

1943.

Not Just to-day, but every doy. lu silence we remember. Jim.

Tuo deurly loved to ever be forxotUn b lils luvlng mother dud, and all.

PAYNE.-In loving memory or Cpl. Jame Rlchurd Puyne, NX5712U. died whilst P.O.W Mulayu. October 9, 194:1. Always lu ou thoughts. Inserted by his brother. Syd slster-lh-luw, Betsy, nephews, and nieces.

TIPP.-lu loving memory of Cpl. Arthu Tipp, B. Coy., 20th Butt., missing Passchen dnele, October 9, 1917. Dearly loved onl: child of the lute Mr. «nd Mrs. Tipp. Ryde

TIPP.-A loving tribute to the memory o my nephew, Cpl. Arthur Tipp, und his com rudes, B. Coy.. 20th Batt., killed u Passchendaele, October 9, 1917. Auntie May

TIM',-In memory of our friend. Arthm E Tipp, who died October 9, 1917, octtVi service. Alwuvs remembered by Mrs. E Phelps and family. Albert Rood. Strathfield

RETURN THANKS

[Mon, to Sat.. 1/9 per line, min. 3 lines.]

Mrs. JAMES, of North Wollongong, sin- cerely THANKS friends for their kine assistance, floral tributes, and expression! of sympathy In her recent sad bereavement lu the loss ot her dear husbnnd. Mr. Arlhui Jumes, , ,

Mr. T. MINCH, ol Mount Pritchard wishes to THANK friends and relatives foi their kind expressions of sympathy and flora! tributes In my sad bereavement. Please accept this as my personal thanks.

Mrs. A. BREARLEY, of ll Gurner St Paddington, wishes to return THANKS lr relatives, friends, and neighbours for theil expressions of sympathy and floral tribute." In her recent sad bereavement. Also special thanks to management and staff of store No. 25. G. J. Coles and Co. Ltd. Will all please accept this ns my personal thanks.

Mr. J. VINCENT and SONS, of 120 Hud- son St. Hurstville, sincerely THANK rela- tives, friends, and neighbours for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes of sympnths In their sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thant:*.

Mrs. and Mr. CLAYNE »nd ELLEN, ol Lane Cove, wish to THANK relatives, friends, neighbours, and lodges for their floral tributes and letters lu their bereavement. Would .all please uccept this as a personal thanks.

Miss M. RING. of 4 Trott Street. Parra- matta, wishes to THANK relativas and friends for their kindness lu her recent sud

bereavement._^^^^

FUNERALS

fMon. to Sal., 1,9_ per Hue, min. 3 lines. 1 A NDERSON.-The Relatives and Friends hi

¿X the Inte ROSANNA JANIÍ ANDERSON ure kindly Invited to ultend her Funeral: to leave our Private Chapel. 240 Oxtord Street. Poddinglcu. Tbl» Afternoon, »(ter Service commencing ut 1 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Eastern Suburbs.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED.

240 Oxford Street.

'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines). Paddington.

ANDERSON.-The Relatives «nd Friends

ol the lute THOMAS ANDERSON are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Sacred Heurt Church. Darlinghurst, This Morning. uHer Requiem Mass com- mencing ut 9 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

401 Pucllle Highway.

'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines). Crow's Nest.

ANDERSON.-Paddington-Woollahra Sub-

branch. R.S.S. »nd A.I.L.A.-The Pre- sident. Mr. Bairett. requests the attendance of Members ot the above nt the Funeral of their lote Member. THOMAS ANDERSON. Fer details, see family notice.

A. E. AYLING. Welfare Officer.

ATKINSON.-The Relatives and Friends of

the late JOSEPH .THOMAS ATKINSON are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Funeral Home. South Terrace. Bankstown. This Morning at 9.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Rook-

wood .

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

South Terrace,

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines I. Bankstown.

BAKER.-The Funeral of the late Mrs.

MARIA JANE BAKER will leave her residence. Merrylands. Aston Street. Rose- hill, This (Thursday) Morning, at ll o'clock, for Crematorium. Rockwood.

J. W. CHANDLER. Funeral Director.

.Phone. Windsor ld.

BARRY.-The Funeral of the late

MICHAEL JOSEPH BARRY will leave the Church ol Hie Sacred Heart. Pacific Highway, Pymble. This Thursday, ot 1.30 p.m. for tho Catholic Cemetery. Northern Suburbs. Requiem Muss roi- thc repose or hts soul will be celebiuted ut ti.45 u.m.

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.).

Established 1H3U. MAW113-4.

BROWN.--The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. und Mrs. Thomas Brown and bunill v. ol -ll Multlund Avenue, Kingsford, ure Invited to uttend the Funeral of her beloved Father und their Grandfather. THOMAS; to leave our Chapel. 23 Hercules Street. Ashfield, This Thursday, ufler ser- vice commencing ut 1.15 p.m., for Rook-

wood Crematorium.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED,

Sydney and Ashfield.

.Phone. M4611 und UA1143.

BUCKLE.-The Relatives and Friends of

the late JOHN BUCKLE, of Merrylands, ure Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave Our Chapel, 177 Church Street. Parramatta. This Thursday, after service commencing at 2.45 p.m., rot the Chinch or England Ceme- tery at Rookwood.

METCALFE und MORRIS PTY. LTD., A.F.D.A. UWÍ1891. Parrumnttii.

BULMEH.-The Mortal Remains ol

SARAH JANE BULMEH were Privntelv Cremated on Tuesday. 7th October. 11147. at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

MOTOR FUNERA1.S LIMITED. A.F.D.A..

8 Railway Parade. Eastwood. Tele.. WL1955.

CARLY.-The Relatives und Friends of

Mrs. Annie Carey und Family ure kindly invited to attend tile Funerul of her dearly beloved Husband und their dear Father. WILLIAM THOMAS CAREY: to leave our Funeral Home. 121 Rawson Street. Auburn. This Afternoon at 1.41) o'clock, for the In- dependent Cemetery. Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED

121 Rawson Street.

.Phone LA2777 (4 lines). AUBURN.

CARTER.-The Mortal Remolns of the late

BEATRICE ELIZABETH (PEGGY) CARTER were Interred In the Church nf England Cemetery. Botany, on Wednesday.

8lh Instant.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED.' A.F.D.A..

389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. Tele., XB4015.

FUNERALS

CHIVERS.-The Relative» and Friends ol

Mr. Alfred Chlvers. of Wentworthville, and Family are Invited to attend thc Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear i Mother. CHARLOTTE MARIE EMILY

CHIVERS; to leave Our Chapel. 177 Church I Street, Parramatta. This Thursday, aller ser-

vice commencing st 1.15 p.m.. for the Cre- matorium at Rookwood.

METCALFE and MORRIS PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A. UWHWll. Parramatta.

CHRISTENSEN.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Lewis Christensen, of 14 Walker I Street. Arncliffe, are United lo attend

the Funeral ot his dearly loved Wife. MAUDE MINNIE CHRISTENSEN: which will leave

r Private Chapel. Seven Ways. Rockdale. [ This Thursday, after Service commencing nt

1.13 p.m., for the Church of England Ceme-

tery. Woronora.

J. and C. HARDY. A.F.D.A.,

Rockdnle and Hurstville.

COLEMAN.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Coleman, of French's Forest, arc Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Infant Son. KEN- NETH; to leave our Chapel, corner Orchard Road and Brown Street. Chatswood, This Thursdny al 3.15 p.m. for Church of Eng- land Cemetery. French's Forest.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Sydney and Chatswood.

'Phone. M4611 and JA1065.

COOK.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

and Mrs. E. A. Cook and Family, Mr. and Mr». H. O'Connor and Family. Mr. I James Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook and I Family. Mr. Percv Cook. Mr. nnd Mrs.

Brown and Family are Inviled lo attend ? Funeral of their dearly loved Father, Father-in-law, Grandfather. Brother. Brother-in-law and Uncle. ARTHUR ERNEST COOK which will leave his late ! residence. 211 Belmont .Street. Alexandria. This Morning, after Service commencing at 10.15 for the Botany Cemetery.

JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A..

172 Redfern Street,

'Phone. MX2315 (2 lines). Redfern.

COOK.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

and Mrs. Voss. Mr. »nd Mrs. Vallely. and Mrs. Whitford, and Families, «re Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother-in-law and Uncle, ARTHUR ERNEST COOK; which will leave his late residence, 211 Belmont Street. Alexandrin. This Day, at 10.15 a.m.. for Botany Cemetery.

COX.-The Relatives »nd Friends of Mrs.

Mary Ann Cox are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband. ARTHUR THOMAS COX: to leave our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Road. New- town. This Afternoon, at 2.45 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Woronora.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

24 Enmore Road.

'Phone, LA2777 (4 linus). Newiown.

COX.-Thc Funemi of the late PHILLIP

JAMES COX will leave our Chapel, 810 George street. Sydney. This Thursday, at 3.15 p.m.. for Rookwood Crematorium.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Sydney and Suburbs,

'Phone. M4011.

("lOBIE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs.

J FLORENCE CUBIE will leave our Chapel,

Norton Street, Leichhardt. To-morrow. Friday, after service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for crematorium, Rookwood.

-. J. CROCKETT and CO. PTY. LTD.,

9 Norton Street. Leichhardt.

LM4212.

DAWSON.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. Arthur Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Len Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Maddison, and Families, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother. Mother-in-law, and Grand- mother. FLORENCE ANNIE DAWSON: to leave our Funeral Home, 24 North Parade,

I Campsie. To-morrow. Friday, at 9.15 a.m.,

for Woronora. Crematorium.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, LTD..

24 North Parade. Campsie. LA2777.

DVJRNIN.-Solemn Requiem Mass for the

reiwse of the soul of Rev. Father Thaddcu.f.. O.F.M.. will be celebrated ot St. Francis' Church, Oxford Street Pad- dington, This Thursday, at Tl) ».m. The Funeral will leave the Church Immediately after Moss for the Wuverlcy Cemetery.

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.).

Established 183(1. MAU013-4.

I7UNLAY.-Requiem Masa roi' the . Repose

. of the Soul or thc- lute Mr. JAMES JOSEPH FINLAY, of 77 Roslyn Gurdens, Elizabeth Bay, will be celebrated »t St. Cnn Ice's Church Elizabeth Boy, This (Thursday) Morning, ut 8 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church This After- noon at 2 o'clock, for Botany Cemetery.

W. N -- -

FRANTZEN.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Victor Frentzen, of 82 princess Street. Brighton-le-sands, are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife, MARY ERNESTA : to leave the Metro- politan Funeral Heme, Railway Parade. Burwood, This Day. after Service commenc- ing at 1.15 p.m., for Rookwood Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL and CREMATION

SOCIETY,

UJ2178-9. Rollwoy Parade. Burwood.

FREEMAN.-The Funeral of the late PHILLIP

CHARLES FREEMAN will leave St.     Matthew's Catholic Church, Windsor. This (Thursday) Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock, for Catholic Cemetery. Windsor.

J. W. CHANDLER. Funeral Director.

'Phone. Windsor 16.

FUNNELL.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. Gladys Funnel and Family, of 18 Beaconsfield Street, Alexandria, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, VICTOR FUNNELL: to leave our Private Chapel. 604 Crown Street. Sydney. This (Thursday) Afternoon, at 3.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Eastern Suburbs.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

604 Crown Street,

'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines)._Sydney.

HANNAN.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. Ethel Hannan, Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Weller, and Mr. Harry Sweetnam are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral or her beloved Husband and their dear Uncle: to leave his late residence. 14 Jellicoe Avenue. Kingsford, This Thursday, at 10 am for the Catholic Cemetery, Field    

of Mars.

ANDREW KENNEDY. Funeral Director, FX6510. 436 Anzac Parade. Kingsford.

HANNAN.-The Friends of Mr. und Mrs Clouston and Family, Mrs. Conway and Family. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. J. Weller, and Mrs. E. Weller and Family. Mr. H. Lewis and Family, are kindly invited to uttend Funeral of late WILLIAM HANNAN. Husband of Ethel Hannan; to leave 14 Jellicoe Ave., Kingsford at 10 a.m., This Day. for Field of Mars Cemetery.

HOWARD.-The Relatives and Friends ol

the lute REBECCA HOWARD «re In- vited to attend her Funeral: to leave her late residence, ll Heath Street. Ryde. This Thursday, after service commencing nt. 3.15 p.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery, Field of Mars.

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.),

Established 1836. Ryde 1387. MA6013.

TAMES.-The Funeral of the late LAUR-

ENCE ERNEST JAMES will leave our Chapel. 32 Railway Parade. Burwood. This Thursday, after Service commencing nt 9.30 a.m.. for Church of Englnnd Cemetery.

Rookwood.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Sydney and Burwocd.

_'Phone. M4611 and U.I4143._

KEECH.-The Relatives and Friends of

the Inte HAROLD COLIN KEECH, of 99 Gale Road, Maroubra, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Ihe Kinsela Chapels. Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, This Doy, Thursday, after service to commence Bf 1.15 p.m.. for the Northern Suburbs

Crematorium.

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A.. Est. 1830.

Toylor Squnre. Darlinghurst.

_'Phone. FA4136-7-8._

KEFFORD.-The Relatives and Friends of

the late GRACE KEFFORD are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave T. J. Andrews' Funeral chapel, 214 Liverpool Road. Ash- field, This Day, ofter service commencing al 1,45 p.m., tor the Methodist Cemetery, Rook-

wood.

T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A..

214 Liverpool Road, Ashfield.

'Phone. UA4038 and LA2I173.

KEILLOR.—The Relatives »nd Friends of Mrs. Catherine Keillor, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith, of Bondi, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband und their loving Father, Father in-law, ALBERT: to leave the Kinsella Chapels, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, This Day, Thursday, after service to commence at 2.45 p.m., for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium.

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A., Est. 1830.

Taylor Square, Darlinghurst.

'Phone. FA4136-7-8.._  

KENNEDY.-The Relatives and Friends ol

. thc late Mrs. EDYTH MAUD MAY KENNEDY are advised that her Funeral will leave our Chapel, 4 Carrington Avenue. Hurstville, This Day. Thursday, at 3.15 p.m., for Woronora Crematorium.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED,

Sydney nnd Hurstville.

'Phone. M4011 and LU1335.

J- ANDERS.-The Rclntives and Friends of

J Mrs. Winifred Landers, of Woollahra, also Leone Landers, of Mosman, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband «nd her dear Brother. ALBERT EDWARD; to leave our Funeral Chapel, 249 Crown Street, city. This Thursday, nt 9.30 a.m., for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium. Bunnerong. __ ._

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.),

Established 1836. MA6013.

I AWSON.-The Relatives und Friends of li thc late FREDERICK BERNARD LAW- SON, late 2nd A.I.F., are Invited to attend his Funeral: tr. lenve our Chapel. 810 George Street. Sydney. This Thursday at 1.30 p.m. for Presbyterian Cemetery. Rook

ÄOOd' WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Sydney «nd Suburbs.

.Phone. M4011.

IONGWILL.-The Funeral o! the late Mr.

J JAMES LONGWILL will leave our Chapel, Orchard Read «nd Brown street, Chatswood. This Thursday, at 2.30 p.m.. for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

JA1U05. Sydney und Chatswood.

McELWAIN.-The tteiatives ana Friends ol

.Mr Harry McElwu'ln, Mr. und Mrs. H. Llllvman. und Judllli. ure invited to attend the Fnneiul ol lils dearly beloved Wile, their Mother, and Grandmother. MAUD McELWAIN; lo lenve our chapel. 151 Allson Road Randwick. Tills Thursdny. ut 1.30 o in fur Cathclic Cemetery. Botany.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED,

Svdnev and Randwick.

.Phone. M4611 und FX1296.

MCMANUS.--Requiem Mass lor the Re-

pose ol the Suul of the late Mr. JOHN JAMES MCMANUS donnelly ol The Bank of N.S.W., sydney), will be celebrated at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Rose Bay, This (Thursday) Morning, ut 7.30 o'clock. Tile Funeral will leave the Church ut 10 u'clock for Waverley Cemetery

MACGREGOR.-The Funernl of Ihe late

. GEORGE ROBERT MACGREGOR, of Mosman will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, earner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street. Chatswood This Dav. niter Service com- mencing at 11.15 a.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. By request, ur.

MAGINN.-Thc Relatives und Friends ot

Mr Charles Mnginn and Family are invited lo attend the Funernl ol his beloved Wife their Mother, EUNICE MABEL; to leave Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Earl- wood. This Thursday (Morning) after Requiem Mass commencing ni 9 o'clock for Cothnlle Cemetery. Rookwood.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Sydney nnd Compsle.

Thone, M4611 and LF317».

FUNERALS

MARKS.-The Funeral of the late KEZIA i

WILHELMINA BURTON MARKS will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Thomas Street. Chats- wood. This Day, afler Service commencing at 1.4S p.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery. Northern Suburbs.

ERNEST ANDREWS.

JA 2834. Chatswood.

ITCHELL.-The Funeral of Mr. JAMES j

MITCHELL, of 18 Merrenburn Avenue, Naremburn, will leave the Presbyterian Church, Shirley Road. Crow's Nest. This Thursday, after Service commencing at 1.4S p.m.. for Presbyterian Cemetery. Northern

Suburbs.

BRUCE MAURER.

North Sydney.

XA1034. XB1542.

MOSSONG.-The Relatives and Friends of

. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maries, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Mossong. and Families, arc kindly Invited to attend thc Funeral of their dearly loved Mother. MINNIE; to leave MOTOR FUNERALS PARLOURS, City Road, This Day. Thursday, after service commencing at 1.15 p.m.. for C. of E. Cemetery, Botany.

MURRAY.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs. Catherine Murray and Fnmlly «re kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Son and their dear Brother, Brother-in-law. and Uncle. JAMES MURRAY; to leave St. Anne's Shrine. Bondi Beach, This (Thursday) Morning,-at 0,16 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood. Requiem Mass will be celebrated this morn- ing at 7 o'clock.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

24 Enmore Road,

'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines). Newtown.

PHILLIPS.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips are kindly in- vited lo attend the Funeral t»f their dearly loved Daughter. DOREEN; to leave A. O'Hare's Chapel. 13 Norton St. Leichhardt. This Thursdny Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Field of Mars.

A. O'HARE,

13 Norton St, Leichhardt. LM1995.

Lorne Avenue, Kensington, are Invited to attend the Funeral ol her dearly beloved Husband, ARTHUR; to leave the Klnsela Chapels. Taylor SqiiBie, Darlinghurst, This Day. Thursday, after service to commence at 2 p.m., for the Methodist Cemetery. Botany.

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A.. Est. 11)30.

Taylor Squnre, Darlinghurst.

_'Phones. FA4136-7-H._

ROWLAND.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late JESSIE ROWLAND arc advised that her Funeral will leave her late residence, 61 Water Street, Cabramatta, This Morning at 10.45 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Liverpool.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

121 Rawson Street,

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines). Auburn.

SMALL.-Requiem Mnss for the Repose o!

the Soul of the late Mrs. MARY KATH- LEEN (KATE) SMALL, of 26 Boyce Street, Glebo Point, will be celebrated at St. James' Church. Forest Lodge. This (Thurs- day) Morning, at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church This Afternoon at 2.15 o'clock for Cnthollc Cemetery, Rook- wood, Mortuary No. 3.

W. N. BULL PTY. LTD..

Telephone. LA2858.

SMITH.-The Relatives and Friends of

the late BENJAMIN HAMILTON SMITH are Invited to attend his Funernl; to leave the Private Chape! of Motor Funerals Limi- ted, 30 eily Road, city, This Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A..

Tele.. M0277. 30 City rood. city.

STONHAM.-The Relatives and Friends of

the Inte WILLIAM STONHAM, ot 6 Bellombl Street. Campsie, are kindly Invited to attend hts Funeral; to leuvc our Funeral Home, 24 North Parade, Campsie, This (Thursday) Afternoon, ut 1.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED,

24 North Parade,

'Phone, LA2777 (4 lines). Campsie.

TOG NETTI will be celebrated at St. Augus- tine's Church. Balmain, This (Thursday) Morning at 7 o'clock.

TOGNETTI.-The Relatives und Friends of

tile late Mrs. MARGARET TOGNETTI.

of 314 Darling Street. Balmain, are invited, "to attend her Funeral; to leave St. Augus-

tine's Church. Balmain, This (Thursday) Morning, at ll o'clock, for Cnthollc Ceme- tery, Field of Mais.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Sydney und Rozelle.

'Phone. M4611 und WB1070.

mond thc Funeral of their late Sister, E. WALTON; to leave her late residence, ll Westwood Avenue. Belmore. This After- noon, after a Service commencing at 1.30 p.m.. for Independent Cemetery. Rookwood.

C. J. ALDERSON, Recorder.

"\\rARRENER.-The Mortal Remains of

ll the late BERTRAM JOHN WARRENER were Privately Cremated on Tuesday, 7th October. 1947 at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A.,

8 Railway, Parade. Eastwood. Tele.. WL1955.

WIGHTON.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Edith Mabel Wlchton, of Ropers' Creek Rond. Mt. Druitt, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Hus- band, WILLIAM THOMAS; to leave the Catholic Church. SI. Marys, niter Service al. ll a.m.. for General Cemetery. St. Marys.

J. PRICE and SONS. Funeral Directors.

'Phone. Penrith 20.

"ViriLLIAMS.-The Funernl of the late ROY > V WALTER WILLIAMS will l»ave St. Jude's Church. Bowral, nfter service com- mencing at 2.30 p.m.. This Day. Thursdny. for the C. of E. Cemetery. Bowral.

G. BEAVAN.- Bowral.

WILSON.-The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. Wnlter Wilson and Family are Invited to attend the Funernl of his beloved Wife and their dear Mother. CATHERINE ALICE; to leave her late residence. 181 Milln Road. Thirroul, on Friday Afternoon, nt 3.15 o'clock, for the Methodist Cemetery. Bulli. _W. J. WILLIAMS. Funeral Director,

A7"ULE.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. J. REBECCA ' YULE will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway nnd Thomas Street. Chatswood. To-morrow. Friday, afler service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for the Waverley Cemetery.

ERNEST ANDREWS.

Chatswood. JA2834.

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