[Week-days. 2/ line; Sat., 2/4; min. 3 lines.] ARMSTRONG (nee Argall).—December 5, at Woodleigh hospital, Hurstville, to Gwen and Geoff—a daughter (Lynnette Donna).
BECKENHAM (nee Eunice Robertson).— At Inglemere private hospital, Strathfield, to
Mr. and Mrs. Les Beckenham—a son (Bruce Robertson)
BEVERIDGE.—December 27, 1946, at District Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Beve- ridge, of Dulie, Harden—a son.
BEVIS (nee Schofield).—December 28, at Mater Misericordiae Hospital, to Gladys and Pat—daughter (Elisabeth Anne).
BLAKENEY (nee Creighton).—December 28, at Carinya, Chatswood, to Val and Dick—a daughter (Susan).
BLOWS (nee Bessie Guy).—December 24, at Nurse Langley's hospital, Taree, to Bessie and Warren—twins, (premature), Margaret (survived eight hours), and Warren Charles (survived 36 hours).
BOUQUET (nee Mann).—December 27, at Hopewood, Darling Point, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bouquet—a daughter (Susan Joan).
BOYD.—December 28, at King George V (private), to Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Boyd, of Earlwood—a daughter (Jan Stuart).
CHALLINOR.—On Christmas Day, at Hill- crest, Merewether, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Challinor, of Raymond Terrace—a son (Chris- topher John).
CLAYTON.—December 24, War Memorial Hospital, Waverley, to Jane and Mark—a daughter (Yvonne Vivian).
COOPER (nee Joan Rice).—December 28, at Royal North Shore, to William and Joan —a daughter (Lyndel Joan).
CROWLEY (nee Joan Parsons).—Decem- ber 29, at Crown Street, to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Crowley, 6 Shepherd Road, Artarmon— a son (Ian Kelvin).
DAVIES (nee Redwood).—December 26, at King George V, to Lucy and Tony—a son (James Ernest). Both well.
DERRICK (nee Macauley).—December 26, at Temora District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Derrick—a daughter.
DICKENS (nee Hopkins).—December 28, at Woodleigh, Hurstville, to Clarice and Willis —a son (Derek George).
DOLTON (nee Best).—December 29, at The Poplars private hospital, Epping, to Joan and Stan—a son (Ronald Leslie).
DWYER (nee Nagle).—December 28, at Mater Misericordiae Hospital, North Sydney, to Dr. and Mrs. Allan Dwyer—a son (Garrett).
FOX.—December 29, at Wahroonga Sana- torium, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. R. Fox—a gift of a son (Steven Phillip).
FULLER (nee Priestly).—December 28, at Rosslyn private hospital, Arncliffe, to Nancy and Stephen—a daughter (Beverley June).
GILLAN (nee Marks).—December 27, at South Sydney Women's Hospital, to Joy and Doug, of Stanmore—a son (Ronald Keith).
GODDEN.—December 22, at Roslyn private hospital, Lindfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Godden—a daughter.
GRAHAM.—December 24, at St. Margaret's, Darlinghurst, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Graham, of Deewhy and Tumut—a son (Christopher Robin).
GRAHAM (nee Pampling).-December 28. 1946, at Collingwood private hospital, Liver- pool, to Florence, wife of W. T. Graham- a son (James Roderick).
GREGG (nee Poppleton).-December 29, at Keba private hospital, Dungog, to Phyl and Ross-a son (William Alexander).
GRIFFITHS.-December 27, at King George V Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffiths, of Ashfield-a son (Mark Alan).
GUTHRIE (nee Levy).-December 24, at Englewood private hospital, Burwood, to Joan and Tom-a daughter (Beth Marilyn).
HERMAN (nee Mallinson).-December 30, at Aloho private hospital, Parramatta, to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Herman, of Mt. Druitt-a daughter (Louella Edith). Both well.
HILL (nee Enid Wills).-December 25, at St. Margaret's, to Mr. and Mrs. G. T. M. Hill, Yagoona-a son (John Christopher Meade).
HOLLAND.—December 30, at War Memorial
Hospital, to the wife of T. V. Holland, Vau- cluse (formerly Adelaide)-a son.
JOHNSON (nee Carver).—December 29. at Seacombe private hospital, to Noela and
Denis-a daughter (Dianne Noela).
KIMBERLEY.-December 23, at Fairlight, Manly, to Rale and Owen-a son (Owen Alex- ander) and a daughter (Megan Janlta). All
LACEY (nee Meers).-December 27, at Carlyle, Dubbo, to Dorothy and Tom, Dal- wood, Warren-a son.
LEE (nee Hawkins).-December 22, at War Memorial, Waverley, to June and Ted-a son (Wayne Alfred).
LOW (nee Burg). - December 29, at Sun- bury private hospital, Ashfield, to Kathleen and Kenneth - a daughter (Judith Patricia).
McDONALD (nee Marcia Binns).-Decem- ber 29, at Royal Hospital for Women (pri- vate), to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McDonald, of Eastwood-a son (Kendal Alexander).
McKERN.-December 17, at Crown Street Hospital, to Betty and Alan, Richmond-a son (Neil Moreton).
McMURRAY (nee Fox).-December 19, at Rosedurnate private hospital, Parkes, to Mar- ion and Bill-a son (Thomas Geoffrey).
MAY (nee Goss).-December 27, at War Memorial, to Mr. and Mrs O. M. May-a son (Marshall Robert David). (Brisbane papers, please copy.)
NEWCOMBE (nee Gwen Hannah).-Decem- ber 22, at St. Margaret's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Newcombe-a daughter.
PROSSER (nee Penhaligon),-December 27, at Inchneuk private hospital, Parramatta, to
Stan and Cath-a son (Brian Dennis).
RHODES (nee Reid)-December 28, at Ross-
lyn hospital, Arncliffe, to Mr. and Mrs A. N. Rhodes-a daughter (Suzanne Christine).
ROBERTSON (nee Gwen Alder) -December 26, at Grafton private hospital, Auburn, to Mr and Mrs. H. A. Robertson-a son (John David)
ROCHE. — December 30, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Dorothy, wife of Mick Roche-a daughter (Patricia Margaret).
ROWAN (nee Jean Parker).-December 25, at Neridah private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Rowan-a son (Lee Robert).
SMITH.-December 28, at Fairlight, Manly, to June and Phillip-a daughter (Sandra Jill). STAINTON HOPE.-December 19, at Dor- rigo to Mr. and Mrs. T. Stainton Hope-a daughter (Rhonda Elaine).
STOCKTON.-December 20, 1946, at R.N.S. Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Stockton— a daughter (Yvonne Florence).
TEUDT (nee Douglas).-December 29, at
Seacombe private hospital, to Marjorie and Norman-a daughter (Marilyn Dorothy)
WALTERS -December 21, at Sunnyside pri-
vate hospital, Coff's Harbour, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. Walters-a daughter. Both well.
WATLING -December 27, at Denistone
House, to Kitty and Alf Watling-a daughter. WATSON.-December 30, at Minto private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Watson-a
WOOLNER.-December 26, at St. Mar- garet's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Woolner-a son (Derek Noel).
YOUNG (nee Carter).-December 27, 1946,
at B.M.D.A.M. Hospital, Katoomba, to Thelma and Ron-the gift of a son (both well).
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BLIGH-ST. VINCENT WELCH.-The En-
gagement is announced of Helen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. L. St. Vincent Welch, to David, son of Dr. and Mrs. Erasmus Bligh.
BREWER—HUNT. —The Engagement is announced of Gloria eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Hunt, of St. Marys, to Harry,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Brewer, of St. Marys.
BYRNE-CLARK.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Catherine May, daughter of Mr. A. E. Clark, Factory Hotel, South Geelong, Vic., and the late Mrs. Clark to Archie Leeder Byrne, Lae, N.G., son of Mrs. A. L. Byrne, Lane Cove, and the late Mr. C. E. Byrne. CHAPMAN-McINTOSH.-The Engagement is announced of Lorna Mary, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. S. McIntosh, of Denbigh, Cobbitty, N.S.W., to Arch Chapman, of Kirk-
ham Narellan N.S.W., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Chapman, of Sydney.
CHARLTON—CORNELSEN.— The Engagement is announced of Roma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F Cornelsen. of Coogee, to Keith, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Charlton, of Brisbane.
COLLINS—MARTIN.-The Engagement is
announced of June Eileen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Martin, of Lindfield, to Edward Vernon, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Collins, of Wellington, N.Z. GARNETT—WARE.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Gloria May, only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Ware, of Waverley, to Frank
Garnett, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Garnett, of Waverley.
GREEN—HARRISON.- The Engagement is announced of Ngaira Marjorie, only daughter of Mrs. and Mr. H. Harrison, of Chatswood, to James William, eldest son of the late Mr. E. W. Green and Mrs. W.J. Grose, of Bonnyrigg, N.S.W.
GUINANE—MOFFAT.- The Engagement is
announced of Mary Cecilia Moffat, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Moffat, of Muswellbrook, to Sidney Edward Guinane,
younger son of Mr. and Mrs. John Guinane,
HALL—TUCK. -The Engagement is an-
nounced of Beryl Alma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Tuck, of 142 Penshurst Street, Penshurst, to Frank Henry (Harry), second son of Mrs. L. M. Hall and of the
late Mr. F. Hall, of 32 West Street, Hurstville.
HARRIS—CAMPBELL.-The Engagement is
announced of Dorothy Gwendolin, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Campbell, of Randwick, to Phillip, youngest son of Mr. H. Harris and the late Mrs. H. Harris, of Randwick.
HAWKE—MACLEOD.- Thc Engagement is
announced of Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
N. Macleod, of Manly, to Lyle (A.I.F.), son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hawke, of Thirroul.
HILL—FENNELLY.-The Engagement is an-
nouncedof Janet (Billie), ex-A.I.F., only child of Mrs. M. D. Fennelly and the late Mr. T. Fennelly, of Quamby, Leeton, to Langley, only son of Mr. F. M. Hill and the late Mrs. F. M. Hill, of Wonga.Blayney
LOUDOUN —SHAND-SAXBY.-The Engagement is announced of Edwin, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Saxby, of Bathurst, to John, only son of Commander and Mrs. A. J. Loudoun-Shand, of Craigellie, Oberon.
McALPINE—LEAVER.-The Engagement is announced of Gloria, younger daughter of Captain and Mrs. J. V. Leaver of Balmoral,
to Charles, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McAlpine, of North Sydney.
McCALLUM—NELSON .-The Engagement is announced of Mavis, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of Auburn, to Robert. second son of the late. Mr. P. C. McCallum. and Mrs. McCallum, of Stanmore.
McCLINTOCK—ADAIR.-The Engagement is announced of Hope, triplet daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adair, of Rockhampton, to Winston Albert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott McClintock, of Kalgoorlie and Perth, Western Australia.
McDERMID—FERGUSON.- The Engagement
is announced of Jean Stella, only daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, of Westmead, to Colin, only son of Mrs. W. McDermld, of Brighton. : BrMcKELLAR-DAVIS.-The Engagement ts
? announced ol Gwenyth. eldest daughter pf
-Mr and Mrs. P. Davis, of Earlwood, to
' Donald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
r'-McKellar. of Earlwood.
fe r MAOKBELL-ROBINSON;-The Engagement
'I»ls announced of Doris Eileen, eldest daughter
- ot'Mr. and Mrs. -A.. Wt. Robinson, of Manly,
and lormerly ol Wagga, to Kenneth, second C, son ol. Mr.- and . Mrs. W. H. Mackrell ot . . Kyoale. ??
'.??MARTIN-HEAD.-The Engagement is an . '-.nounced ot Shirley Justene, daughter of Mr.
' .and Mrs. B. H. Head, of Auckland. N.Z.. and
Leonard Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Martin, ol Lindfield. .
MATHEWS-COATES.-The Engagement ls announced of Larrie Franceschl. second daugh- ter ol Lt.-Col. and Mrs. R. S. Coates, of Asquith. to Charles Wallace, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Mathews, of Waitara,
MEAGHER—CARROLL.- The Engagement is announced of Patricia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. P. Carroll, of Campsie, to Ernest
Phillip Meagher, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Meagher, of Randwick.
STEINWEDE—MENZIES.-The Engagement is announced of Shirley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Menzies, of Waverley, to
Spencer Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Steinwede, of Bondi Junction.
STRANGE-WOODHILL.-The Engagement is announced of Peggy, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Woodhill, of Richmond, to Brian Ernest, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Strange, of Southall, Middlesex, England.
SWEETMAN—PEARCE.-The Engagement is announced of Irene May, only child of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Pearce, of Maroubra, to Harold Leo, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sweet- man, of Maroubra. Melbourne papers, please
Van EMMERIK—THOMPSON.-The Engage- ment is announced of Norma, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Thompson, of Watson's Bay, to Roeland Jan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Tm. van Emmerik, of Holland.
WOLINSKI—SAINTY.-The Engagement is announced of Valda Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Sainty, of Gordon, to Kenneth Eric, only son of Mr. E. H. Wolinski and the late Mrs. Wolinski, of Cremorne.
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EATON-BRUCE.-December 28, 1946, at Christ Church, Queanbeyan, by Rev. W. Holiday, Helen Joan, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bruce, of Queanbeyan, to Leslie Greig Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Eaton, of Queanbeyan.
HOUGHTON-MILLER.-December 28, at St. Chad's, Cremorne, by Rev. E. Felton, Constance, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Miller, of Mosman, to Lindsay Ernest, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Houghton. of Enfield.
LONDON-JARBO.-November 30, at St. Augustine's Church, Neutral Bay, by Rev. C. T. Kennerdine, Vivienne Edith, second daughter of Mr. Frank S. Jarbo and the late Mrs. Jarbo, of Cremorne, to Leonard, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. London, of Lakemba.
SCALLEY-MICHEL.-December 28, at St. Saviour's Church of England, Punchbowl, Violet Merle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Michel, Punchbowl, to Edmund St. Clair, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Scalley,
of Weston, New South Wales.
GARLING—McSPADDEN.—January 1, 1897, at the residence of the bridegroom's parents, Springfield (near Gulgong), by Rev. C. W. Willis, Percival Stuart to Margaret Isabella, both of Mudgee. Present address, Wanganui, 58 Lucretia Ave. Longueville.
LASSLETT-HICKEY.-December 31, 1896, at Holy Trinity Church, Erskineville, by Rev. F. M. Dalrymple. Frederick to Amy. Present address, 20 Duntroon Street, Hurlstone Park.
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ACLAND, Hannah.-December 30, 1946, at
her residence, 8 Hudson Street, Lewisham, be- loved mother of Margaret, Mabel, Robert, Alfred, Hannah, Stanley, Cecil, and Leila, aged 90 years.
BAKER, Gladys Henriette, M.B.E.-Decem- ber 29, 1946, widow of William (Bill), at Langu Plantation, Witu, New Guinea.
BARNETT, Maria.-December 27, England, mother of Lillian, Mrs. H. Ringstad, 7 Co- lane Street, Concord West.
CAFE, Agnes Letitia.-December 31, 1946, at her daughter's residence, 61 Pacific Avenue, Campsie (late of Wyalong), relict of Martin Cafe, dearly loved mother of Maud, Reg, Gladstone, Ida, Mabel (deceased), Ted, Kath- leen (deceased), Nellie, and Hector, aged 82 years. R.I.P.
CAMPBELL, Andrew Edward.—December 31, 1946, at his residence, Badgally Road, Camp- belltown, beloved husband of Patricia Camp- bell, and dear father of Terence and Margaret, aged 39 years.
CAMPBELL, Andrew Edward.—December 31, 1946, at his residence, Badgally Road, Camp- belltown, beloved son of Peter and Hannah Campbell, dear brother of Peter, and loved nephew of Aunt Kate, aged 39 years.
COCHRAN, Mary Keir.-December 30, at Melrose, Thornleigh. Private cremation.
DILLON, William John.-December 31, 1946, at his residence, 3 Lombard Street, Glebe Point, William John Dillon, dearly loved son of the late Thomas and Margaret Dillon and dear brother of Joseph, Florence (Mrs. J. Spiteri), Ethel and John. - and Margaret, Thomas and James (deceased). Requiescat in pace.
DRUMMOND, Andrew Edward.-December 29, 1946, Andrew Edward Drummond, of 49 Gibbes Street, Rockdale, dear brother of Lewis Harvey Rennison and Martha Sales, aged 52 years. Privately cremated December 31, 1946,
EWINGS, Joyce Winifred.-December 31, 1946, at her residence, 1 Hillcrest Avenue, Epping, Joyce Winifred, dearly loved wife of Fred Ewings, and loving mother of Yvonne and John, aged 29 years. For funeral notice see Thursday's "Herald. "
EWINGS Joyce Winifred.-December 31, 1946, at her residence, 1 , Hillcrest Avenue Epping, Joyce Winifred Ewings, dearly loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Storey, of Normanhurst, and fond sister of Maisie, Betty
(dec.), Joan, and Frank.
FARRELL, William George.-December 31, 1946 at his residence, 2 Cowles Road, Mos- man, William George, dearly beloved husband of Myra Juliet Farrell, loved father of George, father-in-law of Josephine, grandfather of Carl and Anita, and step-father of Lavie and Bill Taylor, aged 67 years.
FORD, Richard John-December 31, 1946, at his son's residence, Walker Street, Helensburgh, in his 70th year. FORREST, Hugh.- December 31, 1946, Hugh
Forrest of 44 Woodlands Road, Taren Point
(formerly of Bexley), dearly loved husband of
the late Mary Forrest, and dear father of Hugh, May (Mrs. J. Kerr), and Edward (de-
ceased), aged 80 years.
GILLAM, Mary Jane.-December 30, 1946,
at her daughter's residence, Morisset, widow of the of the late James Ernest Gillam of Morisset, formerly of Mudgee, aged 86 years.
GITTOES, Myra Doris.-December 31, 1946
at The Royal Alexandra Hospital, beloved in- fant daughter of Maisie and Russell Gittoes, and loved sister of Ray and Allen, aged 6 months.
HENDY, Herbert Leslie.-December 31, 1946, at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Rand-
wick, dearly loved husband of Millie, and dear father of Jean and Ron, aged 54 years.
HORNE (White), Thomas.-December 30,
1946 (suddenly), beloved husband of Ethel
(nee Benn) of Hazelbrook, and loved father
of Maud (Mrs. J. Moon, Punchbowl), Tom (Grafton), and Fred (Hazelbrook), aged 75 years. At rest.
HOWARTH, Latta Mary - December 28, at her residence, Cranes Road, Castle Hill. Latta Mary, dearly beloved wife of Herbert, and loving mother of Clive, Edgar (Deg) and
Gweneth, aged 53 years. Cremated 30th in- stant. Rookwood Crematorium.
HUGHAN, Oscar Milward.-December 31, 1946. at his residence, 83 Meredith Street Bankstown, dearly beloved husband of Eliza-
beth Emma Hughan, and dear father of Alan,
Frank, Thelma, Lilah, Alma, Bessie, and Dorothy and grandfather of Frank, Pam, and Lois, and father-in-law of Raye, Anne, and
Bruce, aged 70 years. At rest.
LANE. George Alfred.-December 29, 1946,
suddenly, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, late of 68 Derwent Street, Glebe. Privately cremated. December 31, 1946.
LYNCH, Samuel Edward (Jack).- December 30, 1946, at his residence, 51 Mount Vernon Street, Glebe, loving husband of Maisie and dear father of Leslie, Willa (Mrs. C. Leary),
Ralph, and Viola, aged 54 years. Requiescat in pace. McCARRON, Andrew.-December 18, 1946, at his residence, 9 Byng Street, Orange,
ex-Sergeant of Police, dearly-loved husband of Mary McCarion, beloved father of Ray, Leo, Darcy, Oswald, Colin, Lorna (Mrs. R. Fardell), and Jean (Mrs. J. Floyd), aged 73 years. Requiescat in pace.
McCAUSLAND, Dorothy Madge-December 31, 1946, at her residence, 41 Redmyre Road, Strathfield, dearly loved mother of Jean and Keith.
McCAUSLAND, Dorothy Madge.- December
31. 1946, at her residence, 41 Redmyre Road, Strathfield, youngest daughter of Mrs. E. A. and the late G. E. Weatherell and dear sister of Lucy, Valerie (Mrs. G. Prentice), and Claude.
McDOWELL, Marriott Dalway. —
December 30, 1946, in hospital, at
Parramatta, Marriott Dalway McDowell, of 40 Phillip Street, Parramatta: aged 73 years. Private Interment.
McGREGOR, William Louis.- December 30 1946, William Louis McGregor, of 16 Kembla Street. Arncliffe, dearly loved husband of
Jean, aged 77 years. By request, no flowers.
McIVER. Gualter Charles Hughbert, - December 22, 1946. at Bell, Queensland, dearly loved second son of the late Anna Stewart and Charles McIver, of Rollands Plain and West Kempsey, formerly of Wentworth. At rest.
MACKENZIE, Catherine.-December 29, at Yooroona, Manilla, sister of Miss J. Mac- kenzie, Manilla, and Mr. F. S. Mackenzie, Glen Innes, aged 74 years.
MACRAE, Gordon.-December 22, at, Bellin-
gen Hospital (result of accident), dearly-loved
husband of Alice and loving father of Charles Gordon lan (killed air operations. R.A.A.F.)., Donald, Ruth Mary and Malcom, and daugh- ters-in-law, Rona and Phyllis, aged 57 years.
MAWSON, Edgar Samuel.-December 29, at Cooma (suddenly), father of James, Fred, Alec, Kathleen, and Robert, aged 75 years.
MILLETT, Halse.-December 31. 1946, at his residence, Lackawanna, Illoura Avenue, Wahroonga. Privately cremated.
MUTER, Mabel Alice.-December 31. 1946, at private hospital, Belmore, widow of Charles Muter and loved mother of John, Henry, Mitchell, and mother-in-law of Dolly and Pat and grandma of William, Barry, John, Judith, Patricia, and Christine, aged 71 years. See Thursday's "Herald for funeral.
NUNN Alfred William.-December 31, 1946, at his residence, 91 Great Buckingham Street, Redfern, dearly loved husband of Margaret Nunn, and loved father of Millie (Mrs. S. Roberts), Victor, Alfred, and Nellie (Mrs. E. Schafthauser), aged 70 years.
OCKWELL, Sarah Emily.-December 26,
1946, at her residence, 62 Percival Road, Stanmore, beloved sister of Jane (Mrs. Watts).
Privately interred Church of England Ceme-
tery, Rookwood. December 28, 1946.
OLSSON Elizabeth Harriet.-Deccmber 30, 1946, at Repton, late of Newcastle, dearly be- loved mother of Bertha (Mrs. D. Bailey), Alma (Mrs. A Smith), grandson Donald and Denis.
PERKINS, Hannah.-December 29, 1946.
at Fairview, Inverell, beloved wife of James Perkins and mother of Mrs. Hines (Haber- field), Mr.s St. John (Leichhardt), Ruby (Darlinghurst), Mrs. Frater (Inverell), Stephen, Herbert, Gilbert (deceased), aged 80 years. PHILPOT. Esme.-December 30, 1946 Esme, dearly loved wife of Charles Robert Philpot, of 14 Glen Street, Bondi and loving mother
of Shirley and Bob, aged 30 years. See Thursday's "Herald" for funeral notices.
QUINN, Emma Field.-December 25, 1946, at her residence, 91 Eastwood Avenue, Epping, dearly beloved sister of Ann Wesley (Mrs. Rawson, Penrith), beloved and loving auntie of Norman F. Stanley, Ashfield, and Alma (Mrs. F. K Salter. Bathurst).
REIMAN. John Saville.-December 29, 1946 at Sydney Hospital, the beloved son of Madge Reiman, of Penshurst, and loved brother of Olive and Muriel (Topsy). Privately cremated.
SACHISTHAL, Edward Carl.--At his residence, 56 Railway Street, Rockdale. Ed- ward Carl Sachisthal, beloved father of Nor- man, Rosie (Mrs. Wickham), Winnie (Mrs. Nagrint), Clara (Mrs. Weir), and William, aged 86 years. STANLEY, Paul.-December 10. at Lewi-
sham private hospital, relict of late Ellen Stanley and dear father of Harry. Mabel, Paul, Florence, and Leonard, loving grand- father of Marie, Barbara, Jennifir, and Ronald, in his 85th year. Privately interred. R.I.P.
TAYLOR, Ann.-Dccember 28, at McQuoid
Street Queanbeyan. Burial at Queanbeyan on December 29. Aged 78. At rest.
VENESS, Charles Duncan.- December 31, 1946, at his residence, 3 Cobar Street Wil- loughby, beloved husband of Norah, and loving father of Frank, Richard, Patricia, and Brian, aged 54 years.
WARWICK, Mabel.-Decembcr 31, 1946 at
her residence, 39 Forsyth Street, Glebe Point, beloved wife of George Warwick, and loved mother of Roy and George, aged 67 years.
WILTON, Annie.-December 31, 1946. at her residence, Union Road, Penrith, widow of the late Joseph Wilton, beloved mother of Wil- liam (deceased), Maud, (Mrs. W. Jones), and Lily (Mrs. F. J. Jones), aged 89 years.
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ADAM. - In loving remembrance of our dear mother and Nan, Sarah Alice, departed this life January 1, 1942. Dearly loved, sadly missed by her loving children and grandchildren.
IN MEMORIAM ARGENT.-In loving memory of our dear father, Charles, passed away January 1,
1946. Peace, perfect peace. Inserted by his loving daughter, Phyllis, and son-in-law,
ASTILL.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Thelma, who died this day, 1943.
Many a lonely heartache.
Often a silent tear.
But always a beautiful memory.
Of one we love so dear.
Sadly missed by dad and Linda.
BLUMER.-In loving memory of mum. who passed away December 31, 1945. Always re- membered by Dot and Bern.
BOTTOMLEY.-In loving memory of my dear son, William Maurice, who passed away Janu- ary 1.
When last we saw his smiling face
He looked so bright and well:
Bul little did we think that day
Would be our last farewell.
Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and sister-in-law, Clara, and children.
BOWRY.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away January 1, 1942.
Deep in my heart a memory is kept Of one I loved and will never forget. Inserted by her loving son. Jack.
BURMAN.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Bridget Burman, who fell asleep January 1. 1943.
Not a day do I forget you.
Inserted by loving daughter, Maisie, son- in-law, Jack Farrier.
CARTER.-In loving memory of our dear father, John Francis, who passed away Janu- ary 1. 1945.
Time has changed in many ways.
But one thing changes never, The memory of those happy days
That we all spent together.
Inserted by Florrie and family, also Jack and family.
CASEY.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band, who passed away January 1, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving wife, L. Casey.
COUTTS DEERING.-Ethelbert (Mio), January 1, 1936., with everlasting love. In- serted by his wife and Punchle.
CRANNEY.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Alice, who passed away January 1, 1944. Always remembered by her loving son, Matt.
CRANNEY.-In loving memory of our dear Auntie Lal (Alice), died January 1, 1944.
Flowers we place on your grave
May wither and decay,
But thc love we have in our hearts
Will never fade away.
Inserted by her loving nieces, Jean and Dot. DADE.- Treasured memories of my darling husband and our dear dad, Walter Robert, who passed away January 1, 1941. Always in the thoughts of his loving wife and chil- dren.
DADE.-In loving memory of our darling mother, who departed this life January 1, 1944. Also darling dad, departed this life October 18, 1939. Inserted by their loving children.
DALY.-Three years of loving memories of my dear little mother, Edith Maude.
The hands I loved are resting. The heart I loved ls still.
Dearly loved and sadly missed by Lil.
DAVIDSON.-Fond memories of our dear father and mother, Robert and Sarah, called home December 31, 1943, and August 26, 1928. Always remembered by loving son and daughters.
DAVISON.-Treasured memories of our dear daughter and sister, Mary, accidentally killed January 1, 1939. Always remembered by her loving family.
DONNELLY.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Lucy, who departed this life January I, 1939. Also our dear father, Timothy, who departed this life June 29, 1925. R.I.P.
DRAIN.-In loving memory of my dear father and grandfather, passed away January 1, 1946. Inserted by his son. daughter-in law, and family.
FLETCHER.-In loving memory of our be- loved daughter, Doris Eileen, who departed January 1, 1945.
Precious one from us has gone.
A voice we loved is still:
A place is vacant in our home
That never will be filled.
Inserted by her loving mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. W. Potter.
FLETCHER.-In loving memory of our dearly beloved sister, Doris Eileen, who de- parted January 1, 1945.
Quick and sudden was the call,
Her sudden departure surprised us all; Only those who have lost can tell
Thc pain of parting without farewell.
Inserted by her loving sister and brother in-law, Mrs. and Mr. R. Dolan, and her lovlng brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Potter.
GLEESON.-In loving memory of' my dear husband and our dear dad, Michael Joseph, died January 1, 1941. Remembered by his wife and family.
GODDARD.-In. memory of my dear wife and mother, Mary Ellen, who was accidentally killed January 1, 1926. Inserted by her lov- ing husband and family.
GODDARD.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Mary Ellen, who was accidentally killed January 1, 1926. Inserted by her lov- ing mother and sisters.
HENDERSON.-In loving memory of our dear father, Thomas, who departed this life January 1, 1945. R.I.P. Inserted by his loving sons and daughters.
HOPPING.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, passed away January 1, 1944. Sadly missed, Charlie
HOPPING.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Emily, who passed away January 1,
1944, also our brothers, Charlie, Clyde, Con.,
Here let us wait with patience,
Wait till the night is o'er.
Wait till we see the morning
Break on the golden shore.
Inserted by Muriel, Elsie, Ray, Reibey, Len, Ivy, and Isobel.
IRWIN.-Treasured memories of my dear mother. Linda Emma, whom God called home January 1, 1941.
Just In memory, fond and true,
To show, dear mum, I think of you. Inserted bv her loving son. Jack.
LAWRENCE.-In loving memory of Wally, passée away January 1, 1939. Too dearly loved to be forgotten by mum. dad; sisters, Nita, Gladys, and brother-in-law. Fred.
LAWRENCE.-In loving memory of Wally, passed away January 1. 1939. Sadly missed by brothers, Bill, and Cliff, and sisters-in-law, Dorrie, and Elsie. '. . ,- i^-,
McGREGOB.-In loving memory pf our dear mother and grandmother, .Sarah T-rA..vwho passed away January 1. 1946. Inserted hy her loving son. daughters, and grandchildren, daughters-in-law. and sons-in-law. -
MCPHERSON.-In loving memory. of. my dear husband, father, and. grandfather, Rob- ert. lat« 1st A.I.F.. »nd Ij.p.O.\ 2nQ^World War, died January 1. 1945. .'. Inserted by his loving wife, daughter, . .son-in-law !?-and ^MORGAN.-In loving memory^of. our. dear
mother. Susan, who passed away, January
.1938. Always remembered, by her loving daugh- ters. Jeannie, little, :and:.son, Arthur.. ...
MORRIS.-In -lovlng:-.memory of my- dear brother, Perc.. who .passed, away one year to-dav. Inserted by his loving, brother, Ben.
MORRIS.-In the garden, of.remembrance I walk with my dear husband, Sydney (Syd), whom God called home, January 1. 1944. Loved and remembered always by his loving wife Violet
MORRIS.-Fragrant thoughts entwined with everlasting love from our garden of| memories of our dear brother-in-law and uncle. Syd, passed away January 1. 1944. Inserted by May. Alf. and John O'Brien.
MORRIS.-In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and uncle. Sid, Always re- membered by Joe and Maggie: Darragh. Joe (deceased). Pat. Phil. Dot. Mark. Daphne, "MORRIS.-Loving memories of uncle Sid, passed away New Year's Day. Rita and David
Isaacs MORRIS.-Sad thoughts to-day and beauti-
ful memories of our dear uncle. Syd called home January 1. 1944. Sadly missed by
Estelle and Violet.
MORRIS.-In loving memory pf our dear cousin. Syd, whom God called to a hlgner life, January 1, 1944. ;
Sunshine passes, shadows fall, . Love and remembrance outlasts all.
Always remembered by your loving cousins, Violet. Aberllne, and Sylvia. _
MORRIS.-In loving^ memory of our dear cousin. Syd, whom God called home January 1 1944. Always remembered by his loving cousin. Vi, Len, and Luke Wagner.
MORRISSEY.-Treasured memories of my dear mother, who ^passed away December 31, 1940. Inserted by her loving daughter. Eileen.
NETTLETON.-Ernest W. Fond^ memories of "Pop." died January 1. ,1941. For auld lang sync. Pop. Sadly missed by Ms wife, daughter. Nellie, son-in-law. Bill, grand-
sons. John and Ken. , .,..",.
O'NEILL.-In loving memory of my dear wife Kathleen who passed away January l. 1943. Ever missed by her husband and chil- dren. Kathleen. Margaret, and Monica..
PAINE.-In loving memory ot ms dear »He and our mother. Elizabeth, who died Just a year to-day. Time takes away thc edge of grief but memory turns back every leaf for her loving husband and children.
PAMMENT,-In loving memory of ms dear mother. Margaret, who departed this life January 1, 1917. By loving son. Harry.
PAUL.--In remembrance of. our mother. Alice Paul, who fell asleep January 1. 1946. Rene, Connie, Mark. Aubrey, Hector, Pauline. M PURCELL.'-ln8'lovlng memory of our dear
son, brother. Len. who fell asleep Januaty 1. 1944. Always will be remembered by the ones who loved him best, by his loving
mother, brother, and sister.
REED.-In loving memory of my mother, Alice, who passed away January- 1. 104».
.Sadly missed and forever In our hearts.
Inserted by daughter. Bessie, son-in-law. John, and grandchildren. .,",,
REVELL.-In loving memory . of our dear
daughter. Hilda, who passed away January |
1 Manv a lonely heartache, I
Often a silent tear, » But always'a beautiful mcmorjr
Of one we love so dear. I Inserted by her mother, father, sister, and
brRIELLY.- In loving memory of our mum,
who fell asleep January 1. 1030.
Away In God's beautiful garden,
You have perfect peace at Its best.
And the hopes that you lost onjlíJournoj
You will find In the city of rest.
Always remembered by Marge. ,Cliff. Joyce.
Harold and Joyce.
RIELLY.-In loving remembrance of my
dear mother. Francis Agnes. v£o passed away
tnnimrv 1 1939. Always remembered. in-
serted by ho7^ son. Jim. daughter-in
law, ond family. ....
RIGG -In loving memory of my dear wire
Kl" ^l^^rTâ" ST*
Rigg. sons, and daughter.
nnnr.r R_In loving memory - of our dear
»ciÄoa, "and"nephew, Donald Matthew
wim nnRcrrî awav January 1. iu**t>. ft'»"1»
?ememPbeSied "b?" his father, grandparents.
Mavis and Hilton.
RODGER.-Treasured memories of our dear
step?onG son. ond , brother Donnie, who fell
asleep January 1. 19^6^agríL /2 y
Times have changed. Don.
In many ways, _
But one thing changes never
Thc memory of those happy days, When we were all together. .
Aiwavs remembered by his loving step
fa th * mc«her Mr. and Mrs. McMaster. and
sister. Shirley. _
RODGER.-In loving memory of our dear Don. died January 1, 1946.
Hearts that love you never forget. . Aunty Ag, Uncle Eric, and Judith.
RODGER.-In loving memory of our cousin, Donald Mathew, called home January 1. 194b.
Quick and sudden was thc call.
His sudden end surprised us all
Only those who have lost can te1
The pnin of parting without farewell. Inserted by Hazel and Wally.
ROYAL.-In loving memory of my son,
^Vaur".? "r«ffn.v 1946
Mv^rignÄuls 'weÄ you, Bruce.
And can never bc tho some. Inserted bv his loving mother.
ROYAL.-In loving memory of m fon. Bruce, who passed away January I. 1946.
To bc with you In the same old way, Would be our greatest wish to-day. Inserted by his loving father.
ROYAL.-In loving memory of our dear brother and our uncle. Bnice. who passed away January 1. 1046.
.lust a token, fond and true.
'. To say we still remember you.
. Inserted by his loving brother. Cliff, sister. Val, brother-in-law. Dal. and children.
' IN MEMORIAM 1
ROYAL.-Treasured memories of my dear brother and uncle. Bruce, called homo Janu- ary 1, 1948.
Oently the leaves of memory fall. Sadly I stoop to Bather them all.
Inserted by Beryl, Bert, Carol, Dawn, Lynne. ROYAL.-Deep in my heart are treasured memories of one I loved, Bruce. Inserted by Bert Richards.
RUSSELL.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Mary Ann Russell, who departed this life January 1. 1917, aged 63 years. Always remembered. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law. Dick and Florrie Woods.
RUSSELL.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Mary Ann. who de parted this life January 1. 1917. aged 63
Oh for a touch of a vanished hand. And a sound of a voice that ls still.
Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law. Bella and Bob O'Flynn. and grand- children.
RUSSELL.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Mary Ann Russell, who departed this life January 1. 1017, aged 63 years.
Deep in our hearts a memorv ls kept. Of one we love and will never forget,
liiiserted by her loving daughter and son in-law, Mary and -Fred Silver, and grand-
RUSSELL.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Ann Russell, who' departed this life January 1, 1917. aged 63 vcars.
Deep in our hearts a memorv ls kept
Of one we loved and shall never forget.
Always remembered by her loving son. Joe. RUSSELL.-Mother. Ann Russell. died January 1. 1924. Gone but not forgotten: our thoughts are always of you. Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Louie Russell.
RUSSELL.-A tribute of love to the memory of my only son and brother. Francis Claude, passed away January 1, 1946.
Through a garden of memories We walk with you to-day. »
Inserted bf mum. Phyllis, and brother-in law. CDC.
SHARPE.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Ron, who passed away January 1, 1946. Remembered always by his sisters. May. Pansy, Grace, and Marg.
SIMPSON.-In loving memory of my dcor daughter and our dear sister. Annie, who passed away January 1. 1945. Always re- membered by her mother, sisters, and brothers.
SMIDDY, Jean, dearly beloved daughter of Mrs. Reece, died January 1, 1938, sister of John Shaw, granddaughter of late Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of Drummoyne.
SMIDDY.-In loving memory of our dear little Phyllis. Inserted by her sorrowing family.
SMIDDY.-Treasured memories of dear Phill, who passed away January 1. 1938. In- serted by her loving family.
SMITH.-In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Florence, who passed away January 1, 1940. Never forgotten. Inserted by her husband and family.
STAPLETON.-Dorllng Louise. God called January 1, 1928. Always In the heart of Auntie Minnie and Uncle Jimmy:
STAPLETON.-Everlasting remembrance of darling Louise, God colled January 1, 1928. Loved always by auntie, Marjorie, uncle. Tom, and Marjorie.
TAYLOR.-m loving memory of my dear mother, Mary, who passed away January 1,
Till we meet again, little mother. Inserted by her loving son, Bill.
TILLACK.-In loving remembrance of one departed December 31; 1944. May your soul rest In peace. From your loving son and daughter-in-law and family, Otto and Ethel.
WHYMAN.-In_lovlng memory of our dear son and brother, Edward, who passed away January 1, 1945.
Just a token, fond and true.
To say we still remember you. '
Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, ond brothers.
WEYMAN.-God has you in His keeping, we have you in our hearts. Inserted by Bon, George, and Dink.
. WHITE.-In loving memory of my dear sister. Tempest Louise, who passed away January 1, 1942; Inserted by her loving brother, Clolr.
WILDASn,-In loving memory of Peter, aged 5 years, accidentally drowned January 1. 1946. Inserted by Uncle Ron and Auntie Una.
WISEMAN.—Loving memories of my dear father, John (dad), who died New Year's Day, 1902, Aged 54. Lil.
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AIREY.-In. loving memory of our darling son and brother. S7762, Telegraphist Maxwell Jomes Airey, R.A.N.R.. died of malario. Bowen. Queensland. January 1, 1945. oged 19 years. Ever remembered by mum. Audrey, Tom. Les. Claire, and Lea.
BOLGRAAF.-Pte. S., NX105247, killed New Guinea January 1. 1943. Always remem- bered bv his friends, Dulcie, Billy, and Glady, of Rosebery. , . ,
HOLCOMBE.-In loving memory of Flylng Ofllcer R. H. (Dick) Holcombe, 402506, who "folded his. wings" January 1; 1943. air operations, Middle East. Always remembered by dad, mum, and sisters. Joan, Elva, Nona, Pat. We remember also his gallant comrades. , __.
HOLCOMBE.-In loving memory of Flying Ofllcer R. H. (Dick) Holcombe, 402506, killed, air operations. Middle East, January 1, 1943.
Greater love hoth no man.
Always remembered by Edith and Beth Wilkes. ,
HOLDAWAY.-In loving memory of my dear son and cur brother. Sergeant Leslie James (Jim). NX72964. died whilst prisoner cf war, Borneo, January 1, 1944. Sadly missed by his loving mother, brother. Cecil, sisters. Edna, Audrey, and Rita.
MacMAHON.-In memory of NX42271. Sig. L. G. MacMahon, died Chongl. January 1, 1943. In'rrted bv M.H.. NX42612. ,
MACKISON.-In loving memory' of my dear husband. Matt. Macklson, NX84125. killed in action, Buna, New Guinea, 1943. 2/12. R.I.P. Always remembered by his loving wife. Ellen.
MACKISON.-In proud and loving memory of my darling son. Matt. Macklson, NX84125, killed in action, Buna, New Guinea, Januory 1, 1943, 2/12. At night when I am alone, Matt, darling. I wish If you could Just come home.' R.I.P. His loving,mother. .
MACKISON.-In loving memory of my dar- ling brother. brother-in-law. andI uncle, NX84125, Matt. Macklson, 2/12, kiHed in action, Buna, New Guinea, 1943 R'Lp-. A' way« loved ? and sadly missed orT8,, sl5'?rJ Mavis, brother-in-law. Mitch niece, and nephews. Diane, Michael, and David.
? MACKISON.--In loving meT"°LTVî?S 1 nephew. Matt. Macklson 1^84125 .. 2^12,
V* ÁTways remembered j» h1*''' &* ;
?t'heland -Bill.' and 'Aunty Dorothy,* ,
.^MUlînAY.-In loving m«i0t R° A A"""' !
son, John William, No. 669U. *V fe¿6 killed Neustadt, Germany. January .1. 1946.
, At thc going down of-the sun
we will remember -Mm.. . '_.:.,_,
Inserted by his father and- mother. ; .
MITHRAT -I W 6691T. R.A.A.F.. killed
January 1 1946. Neustadt. Germany. Ever remembered. , Sadly missed by his loving sfsTerT, Nlita'and Mollie, and only brother, uJi",, rpg _In memory of Keith, killed at
Bun",l5anuar>' l" 1043. / inserted by hi» pals.
Joe Roblns-n ond Ron Lord.
pim I IPS_In loving memory ot private
A"WS remembered by. Harold Armstrong.
THOMAS.-In loving memory of my dear
by his father, sisters, and brother
THOMAS_In lov ne memory of NAIBJ^J^, rfn Reuben Walter Thomas, died ot injuries
a^t T^Ä januarfl, IMS.1 Always remem-
bered by Les. Rose, and Joan A "orson '
THOMAS.-In loving memory °' "X103Z3A Cfn\ Reuben Walter Thomas, aged 21 years,
accidentally killed. January 1. 1945. <" I
D8TNot a day do we forget you,
In our hearts you are always dear; We who love you sadly miss you
As lt dawns the, second sad. year ; Alwavs remembered by Joan and Mr. and
Mrs. L. Alderson.
VINCENT.-In lovlns memory of my dear
brother. Sidney who died lotion.at Buna
January 1 1942. Alwoys remembered by ms
ioVlnS^brother! Ernie, and wife. Doreen.
VINCENT.^-In loving memory of our dear son. Pte. Sydney J Vincent ÍA.1J.), Wiled in action Buna. N. Guinea. January 1, 104J. Always remembered by his loving father, mother, brothers and sisters.
VINCENT.-In memory ' of Sidney Josepn,
killed In action (New Guinea). January J, 1943. Always remembered by bis moiher in-low. father-in-law, and sister-in-law,
Joyce ' . ?
WHITE.-In sad but ever loving memory of OUT dear only son and brother. NX126233 L/Cpl Frank White, aged 21 years, killed in
action New Year's Day at Buna.
Not a day do we forget you._ In our hearts you are always dear. We who love you sodly miss you
As lt downs the fourth sod year.
Inserted by his loving mother and sisters.
Phyllis. Bervl. ond Doreen._;_
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Mr and Mrs. F. MILLER, of Lakemba, wish to THANK friends for their expressions of sympathy and norol tributes in the loss of
Mr. ETL1N. ROBERT, and Mrs RAY DOUGLAS appreciate the. sympathy «hov.n In their recent bereovemen «nd wish to THANK evervene for flowers, telegrams, and Inquiries.
' Mr FRED DOYLE and FAMILY._of Wilson Street. Newtown, wish to THANK friends and iclatlvcs for their sympathy in .their very
%*rOTTenand STAN,' CHENEY of Five
Wnvs Paddington, wish to THANK friends
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rMTho"enFAMILY ol the late ELIZABETH
SAMS of Rvde;.wlsh to THANK all relatives, frlendé and neighbours for expressions o sympathy and floral tributes Please accept this as our personal thanks to all.
On^'strce? ^rnrÄh «ÄeVv5 RnHn HordernTC?e'îatlves and friends for kind
expressions of sympathy In the loss of their dearly loved doughier, Audrey Anne.
Mrs M. BOUROULËS and FAMILY wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neigh- bours for floral tributes, letters, cards, and telcgrorns of svmpathv in thc liss of her dear husbond and their father. Please accept this as
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i rt AND -The Relatives and Friends of
A MÛs Margaret Acland, Mr and Mrs J. Purnol Ml. Robert Aclond, Mr. ond Mrs. A fred Acland, Mr. and Mrs. L. Flood. Mr.
ind Mrs. Stanley Acland Mr and Mrs Cecil
Arianri and Mr, and Mrs. T. Williams are
invfted to attend thc Funeral of their gloved Mother. Hannah: to leave St. Andrew's Church, Summer Hill. To-morrow Thursday, after a service commencing »I 9..1U a.m.. lor inc riïn-Vh of England Cemetery. Rookwood. Wanera and Son. Dulwich Hill Terminus.
CAFE - The Relatives and Friends ol Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Duffy and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearlv loved Mother and Grandmother, Agnes Letitia Cafe (late of Wyalong): to leave St. Mel's, Campsie, To-morrow (Thursday) Morn- ing, at 3.30 o'clock. for the Catholic Cemetery, Botany. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thurs'dav Morning »t 7 o'clock. Labor Motor Funerals .Limited, 24 Enmore Rood. Newtown. 'Phones. LA2777 (four lines).
CAMPBELL.—The Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. Patricia Campbell and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their dear Father, An- drew Edward Campbell, of Campbelltown, which will arrive at Church of England Ceme- tery, Rookwood, at 10.45 a.m., To-morrow, Thursday, for Interment. P. E. Butler and Co.. Camden.
CAMPBELL.—The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. P. Campbell and Son. Peter, and Miss Kate Campbell, arc kindly in- vited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Son. his dear Brother, and her loved Nephew. Andrew Edward Campbell, of Campbell- town; which will arrive at Church ol England Cemetery, Rookwood, at 10.45 a.m., To-mor- row, Thursday, for interment. P. E. Butler and Co., Camden.
DILLON.-ReQuiem Mass for the Repose ol
the Soul of the late Mr. William John Dillon, of 3 Lombard Street. Glebe Point, will be celebrated at St. James' Church. Forest Lodge. To-morrow (Thursday) Morn- ing, at 9 o'clock.
DILLON.-Thc Relatives and Friends rt
Miss Ethel Dillon. Mr. John Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spited. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon, and Mr. and Mrs. William Dillon are Informed thal the Funeral of their late dearly loved Brother. Brother-in-law. and Uncle, Mr. William John Dillon, of 3 Lombard Street. Glebe Point, will leave St. James' Church. Forest Lodge. To-morrow (Thursday) Morning, at 9.45 o'clock, for Woronora Cemetery. W. N. Bull Pty., Lld.. A.F.D.A., telephone. LA2858. FARRELL.-The Funeral of the late William
George Farrell, of 2 Cowies Road. Mos- man, will leave Walter Bruce's Chapel. 244 Pacific Highway. Crow's Nest; To-morrow (Thursday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Walter Bruce. Funeral Director. Crow's Nest. XB1923.
FORD.-The remains of the late Richard
John Ford were privately cremated Tues- day. December 31. 1946. at 3.30 p.m., at Woronora Crematorium. K. H. Wood and Sons. Funeral Director. _
FORREST.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Forrest. Jnr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kerr, and of Mrs. Edward .For- rest and their Families, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dear father and Grand- father, Hugh Forrest, of 44 Woodlands Road, Taren Point (formerly of Bexley): which will leave our Private Chapel. Seven Ways, Rock- dale. To-morrow (Thursday) Morning, at 9.45 o'clock, for thc Baptist Cemetery. Woronora, j. and C. Hardy. A.F.D.A., Rockdale and
G"' TITOES.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gittoes and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral, of their dearly loved Infant Daughter, and their dear Sister, Myra Doris; to leave her parents residence, 170 Addley Street. Auburn, To- morrow (Thursday) Morning, after service com- mencing at 9.25 o'clock, for the Independent Cemetery, Rockwood. Labor Motor Funerals Limited. 121 Rawson Street. Auburn. 'Phone,
HDX<ENDY.-The Relatives and Friends ot
Mrs. Millie Hendy. Jean, and Ron, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father, Herbert Leslie Hendy (late 6th Field Ambu- lance, 1st and 2nd A.I.F.): to leave our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown, To-morrow (Thursday) Morning, after service commencing at 9.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood. Labor Motor Funerals Limited. 24 Enmore Rood. Newtown. 'Phone. LA2777 (4 lines).
HORN (WHITE).-The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. E. Horn (White). Mr. and. Mrs. J. Moon, Mr. and Mrs. T. White. Mr. and Mrs. Fred White and Families are Invited to attend thc Funeral of her loved Husband and their fond Father and Grand- father, Thomas Horn (White): to leave our Private Chapel, 435 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich' Hill. To-morrow (Thursday)--, Morn- ing, after a service commencing at 11.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Rookwood. Walters and Son, Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676.
HDGHAN.-Thc Relativc-i and Friends of
Mrs. Elizabeth Hughan and Family, of Bankstown, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband, their dear Father and Grandfather, Oscar Mllward, to leave our - Bankstown Chapel. To-morrow (Thursday) Morning, at ll o'clock, for Rook- wood Crematorium. Wood Conni Limited,
T YNCH.-Thc Relatives and Friends of Mrs. XJ Maisie Lynch, of 51 Mount'Vernon Street. Glebe, and Family, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father Samuel Edward (Jack), to leave the Metropolitan FunerBl Home. Railway Parade. Burwood. To-morrow Thursday, at 10 a.m.. for the Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood. Metropolitan Burial and Cremation Society Pty. Ltd.. Railway Parade. Burwood UJ2178-9.
MCCAUSLAND.-Thc Relatives and Friends
of the late Dorothy Madge Mccausland are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave Leslie S. Andrews' Chapel. 319 Liverpool Road. Ashfield. To-morrow. Thursday.' after service commencing at ll a.m., for the Rook- wood Crematorium. Leslie S. Andrews. Ash- field (opp. Presbyterian Church).. 'Phone,
MCGREGOR.-The Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. Jean McGregor, of 16 Kembla Street. Arncliffe. Mrs. A. Melzner. and of Mr. and Mrs. R. Melzner. are Invited to attend the Funeral of her t'early loved Husband, her dcor Brother-in-law. and their Uncle. William Louis McGregor; which will leave our Private Chanel. Seven Ways. Rockdale. To-morrow (Thursday) Morning, after Service commencing at 10 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Woronora. By request, no flowers. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A.. Rockdale and Hurstville.
MCSHANE.-The Funeral of the late Percy
Gordon Mcshane, late 1st and 2nd A.I.F.. will leave our Chapel, 810 George Street. Sydney. To-morrow. Thursday, at 9.30 a.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. Wood Cofflll Limited.
TVTUNN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J-T Margaret Nunn, of 91 Great Buckingham Street, Redfern, and Family, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Hus- band and Father, Alfred William Nunn, which will leave Joseph Metcolf's Funeral Chapel1, 172 Redfern Street, Redfern, To-morrow (Thursday), at 9.30 a.m., for the Botany Cemetery. Joseph Medcalf, A.F.D.A.. 172 Redfern Street, Redfern. 'Phone MX2315 (2 lines).
OLSSON.-The Funeral of the late Elizabeth
Harriet Olsson. late of Repton and New- castle, will, take place at 2 o'clock Thursday, January 2. at Rookwood.
PROUDFOOT.-The Funeral -, of . the late
Mrs. Amy Alice Proudfoot, of 19-Nlchol son Street, Tempe, will move' from'' Labor Motor Funerals Ltd. ? Chapel, ? Enmore. Road. Newtown. To-morrow (Thursday).,, at 10 a.m., for Church of England Cometen'. Tlookwood. R. H. Creighton. Gosford, and Labor Motor Funerals Ltd., Newtown. In conjunction.
SACHISTHAL.-The Relatives and Friends of
the late Edward Carl Sachisthal of 56 Railway Parade, Rockdale, are invited to at- tend his Funeral to leave the Kinsela Chapels. Seven Ways. Rockdale. To-morrow, Thursday, at 10.15 a.m.. for the Crematorium. Rook- wood. Charles Kinsela Pty. Ltd.. A.F.D.A.. Est. 1830. Seven Ways, Rockdale. 'Phone, LX3853.
VENESS.-The Funeral of the late Mr.
Charles Duncan Veness, of 3 Cobar Street. Willoughby, will leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 281-3 Pacific Highway, near. West Street. North Sydney. To-morrow. Thursday, at ll a.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. Bruce Maurer, Funeral Director. North Syd- ney. XA1034. XB1542.
VY Warwick, late of - . -. -.-. Glebe Point; will leave the Private Chapel of Motor Funerals Limited. 30 City Road, city. To-morrow (Thursday) Afternoon at 1.30. for Independent Cemetery, Rookwood, Motor Funerals Limited. A.F.D.A., 30 City Rood, city. M6277. -, ' . '.;. . , WILTON.-The Relatives and Friends of
the Family of the late Annie Wilton are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave her late residence. Union Road, Penrith,. To- morrow, Thursday, at ll a.m.. for Methodist Cemetery Castlereagh. John Price and Son, Funeral Directors. 'Phone. Penrith 20._
CRROOKWOODT or NORTHERN SUBURBS.
For all Information consult a Funeral Dir- ector. Information and literature may be forwarded to any address on application.
CREMATION OFFICES. 18 Bligh St. Sydney.
Tele.. BW1615: after hours. XU3717.
CREMATION WORONORA CREMATORIUM,
SUTHERLAND. CITY OFFICE. 62 Mar- garet Street, Sydney. BX1326: after hours, LB2201 or LU 1337. See Funeral Director for Information and booklet.
CREMATION AT , "_w
EASTERN SUBURBS CREMATORIUM,
For all Information, consult on Undertaker.
'Phone. FJ1525; after hours, FJ2500.
BEATRICE STEWART, 112 King St, Sydney.
Wreaths. Crosses, Canopies, and all Floral Tributes. B6488: after hours. FM5009 and Springwood 108. _
O EARLS, 104 KING STREET. SYDNEY. IO Wreaths, Crosses, Casket Covers, and all Tributes. 'Ph.. B6977. after hours. Epp. 432.