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ADAMS.-February 27. at Sunbury. Ash- field, to Violet and Les-a sen (Garry Robert
Michael). Both well.
ANDERSON (nee Nell Allen).—March 5. at Hclenle private hospital, Randwick, to Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson—a daughter (Ruth Ellen).
ASHFORD (nee Moore).—March 5, at Grafton private hospital, Auburn, to Mr. and Mrs. Max Ashford—a daughter (Adele Mar- jorie).
ASHWORTH (nee Thelma Sclate).—Febru- ary 28, at Burrangong private hospital. Auburn, to Thelma and Stan—a son (Daryl Stanley).
BACON (nee Billie (Sister) Heyne).—March 2, at Sunbury, Ashfield, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bacon, Liverpool—a daughter (Lynette).
BAGULEY (nee Hudson).—February 24. at Englewood Hospital, Burwood, to John and Neta—a daughter (Helen Edith).
BARR (nee Bundy).—February 27, Mater Maternity Hospital, to Betty and Tim—a son (Phillp Timothy).
BISGROVE (nee Woodland).—March 5, at Lissington Private Hospital, Haberfield—a daughter (Gail Veronica).
BOARD (nee Gluyas).—February 25, at War Memorial Hospital. Waverley, to ex-FIt./Lt. R. W. "Doc" Board. D.F.C. and Bar. and Mrs. Board, of Rose Bay—a gilt of a son (John Robert).
BONNEFIN.—February 28. at Sunbury. Crovdon Park, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Bonnefln, of Beverly Hills—a daughter (Robyn Kay).
BOYD (nee Dorothea Allen).—February 16, at Carinya private hospital. Chatswood, to Lieut, and Mrs. Robert T. Boyd—a son (David St. John).
BRODIE (nee Thelma Welch).—March 6, at Englewood. Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Brodie, 12 Myee Avenue, Strathfield—a daughter (Kay). (Both well.)
BROWN.—March 1, Englewood private hos- pital, Burwood, to Moyra and Gus—a daughter.
BLOMFIELD (nee Margaret McInerney).— February 25, at Royal Hospital, to Merv and Pea—a son (Alan John).
BUCK (nee Mollie Cannell).—February 26, at Aloha, Parramatta, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Buck—a son (Graham Harold).
BUNYON (nee Agnes Hynd).—March 6. at King George V Hospital, to Mr and Mrs. W. A. Bunyon, of Fivedock—a son (Walter Neale).
BURKE.—March 4, at War Memorial Hos- pital, Waverley, to Eileen, wife of James L. Burke, of Randwick-a daughter (Catherine).
BURRELL.-March 6. at Lanchcster. Cre- morne to Mr. and Mrs. M. Burrell-a son (John Malcolm).
CAVES.-Fobmary 27. at St. Luke's private hospital, to Ken and Mari-a daughter icheryl Elizabeth).
CHEONG (nee Myee Bryant).—March 2, at Bush Nursing Hospital, Rushworth, Victoria, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cheong—a daughter (Annette).
CLABKE (nee King).-March 6, at Beth-
esda, Marrickville, to Cress and Mary-a daughter (Yvonne Jeanette).
CLOUGH (nee Shelia Murray).—At Grafton private hospital, Auburn, to Sheila and Johnny Clough, of Narrabeen-a daughter.
COHREN.—March 5. at Crown Street (Inter.), to Mr and Mrs. Chas. Cohen, 8 Blair Street, North Bondi-a son (Barry Louis).
CORK (nee Young).-February 20. at Wal- lambi hospital. Punchbowl, to Audrey and Freä-ttdaughter (Janice Valerie). Premature.
CUNDY (nee Walsh).-March 6. at Lu- cerne private hospital. Randwick, to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cundy-a daughter (Pamela
CUNNEEN.-March 3. at Mater Maternity
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cunneen, of Chatswood-a daughter (Both well.)
CUNNINGHAM (nee Gardner).—January 27, 1946. to Nell and Bob. of 62 Cambridge Street, West Leederville, W.A.-a son (Niel
DAVIS (nee Davidson).-March 5 at Pop- lars private hspltal, Epping, to Norm and
Betty-a, son (Peter John).
DAWSON (nee Addison).-March 7. ot Mena private hospital, Mosman, to Betty and Keith DRURY (nee Harmer) .-March 7. at St
Luke's Hospital, to Lilian, wife of Chaplain R. D. Drury (A.I.F.)-— daughter.
DRYSDALE (Eileen O'Dea.).-March 6. at Englewood private hospital. Burwood, to. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Drysdale-a son (Christopher
Owen, Both well.. Elliott (nee Colli)--Majch 2. at Kin
George V Memorial Hospital, to Arch ana Marie-a daughter (Carole Anne).
ENDICOTT.—March 4. at Mater Mlsert eordiae, private, to Mr. and Mrs. Endicott a daughter (Robyn). Both well.
FARRELL (nee Nell Gillett).—March 4. at King George Hospita), to Nell and Perce-a ton (Brian Alexander).
FAULKNER.—March 4 1946. at King George V Hospital, to Alma and Harry—a daughter (Margaret Emma).
FERRARI (Sybil Heye).-March 2. at King Georso V Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ferrari-a sen (Brian Roland).
FIELDER (nee Pat Slggers).—March S. at Crown Street Women's Hospital, to Pat and Cecil-a son (Wayne Bond).
FLATT.—March 2, at Lanchester private hospital, Neutral Bay, to Mr and Mrs. E. N. Flatt—a daughter (Jennifer Rachel).
FORDEN (nee Sylvester).-March 4. at Royal North Shore, io Mr. and M"- D. J. Forden-a daughter (Desiree Helen).
GARRETT (nee Harrington).-March 2,
1946 IT Rosslyn private hospital Arncliffe to Harcl. wile of Sgt. Roy Garrett, of
RAY~(nef Norma StedweU) .-March 3¿at
LuÄea hospital. Leichhardt, to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Gray-a son (Jeffrey Charles). Both GREENFIELD (nee Armstrong).-February 15. at King George V Hospital, to Dorrie and George, of Kingsgrove-twins (Ross and
Nardie). All well.
GUNTON (nee Lamb).—March n, at £oa
rani K^toWba. to Pat and Hal-a, son (Ter MH!ÄAY fnee1 ¿nnHarmey)--March4
at- Miter Mlsericordlao Hospital, to Capt. and Mrs R. A. Holloway—a son (Robert James).
RANDS (nee BUlett).—March 3, at Crescent hcotftal.Manly, to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. hands —a daughter (Judith Mary).
HART.—February 28. at Mater Private, to
Mr^nd MnTV. A. Hart, of Northwood-a
daughter (Rosemary HUabcth).
HELBACK.—March 2, at Kla-Ora private hospital. Haberfield, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Helback. of Concord—a son* (Rex Robertl.
HEWLETT (nee Barber).-February 22 at Seacombe, Drummoyne, to Moy and Boo-a
at Seacombe private hospital Dr^rnoyne, to Joy and Clyde-a daughter (Da e Joy).
HIGLETT (nee Kilden).—March 8. at King George V Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. George Higlett, of Concord-a son (Dennis George).
HILL (nee Margaret Cowle).-March 8. at Mater Maternity. North Sydney, to Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Winn Hill-a son.
HIRST (nee Cheyne).—March 4. at Ingle mere Strathfield, to Peggy and Peter-a son (Gordon Gerard).
HITCHCOCK (nee Lee).-March 1. at Junee, to Joan and Arthur-a. son (Michael Lee) HOLLEY.-March 5. at Denistone House, to Edna and Ted-a daughter (Lynne Edna).
HUFTON.-March 5. at Helenic. Randwick to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hulton-a son (Ian
HUNT.—February 24 at Nepean District
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. . A. H. S. Hunt-a daughter HYNARD.-February 19, at Englewood pri- vate hospital, Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hynard-a son (Robert Gary).
ISAACS.-March 6, at Denistone House, Ryde, to Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs-a son.
JENSEN (nee Hoolahan).-March 4 at Lis- sington private hospital. Haberfield, to'Peggy and Earl (Petaluma, California, late U.S. Army)—a daughter. (Both w-ell )
JONES (nee Young) .-March 6 at Wood- leigh. Hurstville, to Mr. and Mrs. S. w. Jones—a daughter (Caroline).
JONES (nee Carney).-To Mrs. Ron Jones, of Glen innes-the gilt of a son (Peter Brian). Both, well.
KENTLEY (nee Adams).—March 5. at St. Kilda private hospital. Hornsby, to Mar- garet Hypatia and Tibor Stephen—a son.
LAWRENCE.-March 7, at Crown Street, to Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence, of 19 Woodville Road, Granville-a son (peter
LEE.-March 4. at Fairlight Hospital, Manly,
to Mabel and Albert-a daughter.
LEEK (nee Olive R. Garrett).-February 28, 1946, at War Memorial Hospital Wsver ley ,to Mr and Mrs. C. J. Leek, of Waver- ly-gift of a daughter (Muriel Annette).
LEVY (nee Sister Fletcher).-At Crown St. to ¿en and Edith-a daughter (Susan Jane)
LINN (Enid Sllman).—February 24, at King George V Inter., to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Linn —a daughter (Margaret Anita).
LITTLER (nee Bromley).—March 4 at
Estonholme Private hospital, Tamworth, to
Peggy and Charles Littler—a son (David Charles)
LOHSE (nlï'Nel^Dewhurst) -March at
Bunbun'. Ashfield, to Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lohse-a daughter (Pauline).
LYNAM (nee Whyte).-February 25, at Lan chester Hospital, to Norma and Paul-a daugh
LYONS.—February 6, at Lystra- private hos
pital. to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lyons-a daugh-
"lu«"-ÄY)- 8. at War (Memorial.
Waverley, to Ian and Irene-a son (Ion Max
McWILLIAM (nee Sallaos).-March 3. 1946. at Quirindi District Hospital, to Joan and Fred-a daughter. (Stillborn.)
MACKAY (Helen Ma lard).—March 4. 1946, at The Poplars private hospital, Epping, to Mr and Mrs. Don Mackay—a daughter (Christine Margaret).
MARTIN (nee Bumrate).-February 22, at Denistone House, to Colin and Dorothy-gm of e. son (Robin Leslie John).
MATHEWS (nee Pearce).—March 5 al Crown Street Women's Hospital (private) to Bette, wife of Oliver W.-twin girls (Pene- lope Joy, Wendy Maxine) All well.
MERRYFULL (nee Hazel Bradly).-March 7, at Mater (private), to Mr. and Mrs. A E. Merryfull of Chatswcod-a son (Robert Charles).
MILLER (nee Thelma Thomas).—March 4. at Pacific private hcspltal, to Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller-a daughter (Julie Arm).
MILLER (nee Brown).-February 25, 1946, at Braeholtne Hospital. Muteee. %,B,S?.le; wife of L.A.C. Noel Miller-a daughter (Margaret Mary).
MORRISON (nee Booth).—March 3. at Mater to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Morrison-a daughter (Heather Margaret).
MURRAY (nee Tait).-March 2 at Royal Hospital, Paddington, to Mr. and ¿irs. M. Murray. 35 Clyde Street, North Bondi-a daughter (Jill Lorraine). Both well.
NICHOLS (nee Murtcugh).-February 14. to Mr and Mrs. Edgar Nichols, of Lord Howe Is- land-a, son (Bernard Ingram).
NICOL.-March 5. Bt War Memorial Hos- pital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Nicol, of Rose Bay-a1 son (Ian Frederick).
NOBLE (nee Joan Hick. Perth) .-February 28 at Seacombe. Drummoyne, to F./L. ona Mrs. Leonard F. Noble-a daughter (Sandra
MafVBAUOH (nee Pert) .-February 15. at
King George V Memorial Hospital, to Yvonne and Led (U.S.A.)-a son (Gerald Raymond). Premature. Survived 17 hours.
PALMER.-February 27. 1946. at Burran- gong private hospital. Auburn to Mr. and Mrs! -V?. L. Palmer-a sen (Robert Graham).
FEARCE.-February 27, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pearce, Hurlstone Park-a daughter (Roslyn Annette).
PENFOLD.-March. 1. ot Branston private hospital. Goulburn, to F./W, Ronald F. Penfold. R.A.A.F., and Mrs. Penfold-a son.
PENCELLT (nee Trimlngbam).-February 16, at Denistone House. Eastwood, to Nervi, wife of Chas. A. Pengelly (R.A.N.)-a daugh- ter (Caryl Jacqueline).
PETTIGREW (nee Clifton).-March 6. at Pacific private hospital, to Mollie and Bob a sen fen Robert). (Both well.)
PRATLEY (nee Nola Filer).—March 9, King George V Hospital (Intermediate), to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pratley, Concord—a daugh- ter (Robyn Christine).
REID (nee Day).—March 3. at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Wynn and Jim—a Bon (Michael James).
ROBERTS.--March 4. at Gundagai, lo Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Roberts, ol Coolac-a son (Ian Donald McAlpine).
ROBERTS.-March 1, 1946. at Bega pri- vate hospital, Bega, to Kitty and Field Roberts, of Rockbrook. Candelo-a son (Thomas Henry).
ROBINSON (nee Paterson).-March 3. at Sunbury private hospital. Ashfield, to Helen and Norm, of Croydon-a son (Bryan Harry). Both well.
ROBINSON (nee Alma Guest).-February 28. at St. Monan's private hospital. Cremorne, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robinson-a daughter (Fay Elaine).
ROCKS (nee Bennett).-February 25. at bt. Luke's, Roslyn Gardens, to Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Rocks, of Elizabeth Bay-a daughter (Jennifer Carolyn).
ROGERS (nee Mc Alister).-February 19, ot Royal Hospital, to Jean, wife of Fred (R.N.) -a son (Michael William).
ROGERS.—March 1. to Margaret and Ar- thur. 31 Powell Street, Killara-a son (Gregory Francis).
SAMUELS (nee Nyna. Rose).-At Epworth private hospital, Richmond. Victoria, to F./Lt. and Mrs. M. Gilbert Samuels-a daughter (Maxine).
SAUNDERS (nee McLean).-March 7, 194G, at the Mater Maternity Hospital. Crow's Nest, to Tom and Ispbcll, cf Milson's Point-a sen (Terence Bartley).
SCOTT (nee Norah Boyce).-March 7, at Katoomba Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Scott, Bargong, Mudgee-a son (Malcolm Andrew Kelburn).
SCOTT (nee Steel).-March 3. at Roslyn private hospital. Lindfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Clem Scott-a son (Ian Bruce).
SEALEY (nee Jennies).-March 5, at War Memorial Hospital, Waverley-, to Les and Agnes -a daughter (Barbara). Both well.
SElVER (nee Strong).-March 3. 1946, at Hillcrest private hospital. Harris Park, to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Seiver-a son (John Arthur).
SHEPPARD.-March 5, 1946, at Crown Street Hospital, to John and Betty-a daugh-
S1IREEVE (nee Murphy).-March 4, at Craignish private hcsplta], Windsor, to Cor- poral and Mrs. Shreeve, of Clovelly-a son (James Michael).
SMART.-March 6, at St. George District, to Norma and Geoff-twin sons.
STAINES (nee Jean Williams).-March 6, at King George V Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Staines, of Lane Cove a son (Graham Lindsay).
STOODLEY.—March 6, at Kia-ora private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Stoodley, of Abbotsford—the gift of a daughter (Glenys Edith).
SULLIVAN (nee Morris).-March 3. at Rosslyn privato hospital. Ameline, to Beryl
and Max-a son.
SUMPTON.-February .25, at Denistone House. Eastwood, to Ray and Betty-a son (Stuart William).
TAYLOR.-March 8, at the Mater private hospital, North Sydney, to Nan and Vic-a daughter (Anne Christine). (Both well.)
TEAGER.-March 2. at Braeside. Stan- more, to Kathleen, wife of tile late Alec Edward Teager-a daughter (Dianne Mar- garet.
TORRINGTON (nee Osborn).—February 22, 1946. at St. Andrews, East Melbourne, to Roger and Phyllis-a son (John Roger).
TROLLOPE (nee Wade).-March 6, at Crown Street, to Reene and Charles-a daughter (Anne Marca).
TRIST (nee Bonnie Veron).-March 2, at Mater private hospital, to Sgt. and Mrs. S. C. Trist—the gift of a son (Ian Charles).
WALSH (nee Beckett).-March 3, at St. George District Hospital, to Mollie, wife of Kevin-a sen (Jeffrey Denis).
WANE.—February 24, 1946, at Mater Pri- vate, to Ella and Ern. of Tara. Sirius Cove Read. Mosman-twins, a son (stillborn), a daughter (Jenifer Margaret).
WARD (nee Richardson).—March 4, at Carinya private hospital. Chatswood, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Ward, Jun.-a son (David William).
WHITELEY (nee Jones).—February 26. at Canberra. Community Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Whiteley-a daughter.
WILD.-March 4. at St. Monan's private hospital. Cremorne, to Mr. and Mrs, V>\ H. Wild, of Lane Cove-a daughter (Dawn Alex- andria).
WISHART (nee Petrich).-March 4. at St. Jude's private hospita), to Mr. and Mrs. C. Wishart-a daughter (Pamela).
WITHKALL.-March 4, at King George V, to Anno and Gorden-a sen. (Both well.)
WOLRIGE (nee Jackson).-March 6, at Royal Hospital for Wemen, Paddington, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wolrige-a sen (Lindsay Gor don).
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ALLLN-McWILLIAM.-nie Engagement ls announced of Wendy, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ian Mcwilliam, of Crescent Street, Hunter's Hill, to Ron. only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. C. Allen, of Bundarra Road, Bellevue Hill.
AUSTIN-RANDALL.-The Engagement is announced of Lee, eldest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. B. Randall, of Mosman, to Jeffrey, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Austin, ol Dudley, Worcs., England.
BAGNALL-BOWDEN.-The Engagement is announced for Nancy Lorraine, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bowden, of Crow's Nest, late of Lismore, to Leslie Alfred Noel (A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bagnall, of Canterbury.
BARNETT-HAMMOND.-The Engagement is announced of Margaret (Peggy), elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hammond, of Goulburn, to Roy, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Barnett, ol Flvedock.
BATCHELOR-WHITEHEAD.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Dora Elizabeth, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Whitehead, of Woollahra, to Keith Murray (ex-R.A.A.F.). second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Batchelor, of Rose Bay.
BAYLie-MCKINNON.-The Engagement is announced of Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. McKlnnon, of Drummoyne, lo Leonard Baylle (ex-R.A.A.F.), only son oí Mr. and Mrs. E. Baylle. of Melbourne. Victoria.
BLOMFIELD—MADDEN—-The Engagement is announced of Leila Garland, youngest daugh- ter of the late Canon Madden and Mrs. H. B. Madden, of Armidale, to Owen Wren, fourth son of the late R. H. Blomfield and Mrs. Blom field, of Rylstone.
BONNEY-STEVF.NS.-The Engagement ls announced of Kathleen Emily, only daughter of Mrs. K. Stevens, 188 Rankin Street. Bath- urst, to Lindsay Graham (ex-P.O.W.), eldest son ol Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bonney, of Alvie, Victoria.
BOOTH.-MABBUTT-The Engagement is announced of Joyce Ann, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mabbutt. ot Myers St. Sans Boucl, to Arthur Morris (returned), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Booth, of Park Rd. Luddenham.
BREADMAN—UTZ.—The Engagement is an- nounced of Faith (Fay) Ethel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Utz, of Bondi, to Ronald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bread- man, of North Bondi, late of North Strathfield
BROOKS—ANTONY.—The Engagement is announced of Beryl, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Antony, of Randwick, to Maxwell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Brooks, of Randwick.
BROWN-KESLM.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Eleanor Glorio, only daughter of Lieut, and Mrs. P. J. Kemm, of Maroubra Bay. to William Harold eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Brown, of lwarcuDra.
BURGOYNE-WESTON.-The Engagement is announced of Enid, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weston. Drummoyne, to Leonard, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Burgoyne, Bristol, England.
CAMPBELL-ROLFE.-The Engagement ls announced of Kathleen Joan, youngest daughter of Mrs. A. Rolfe, of Chatswood, and the late Mr. W. Rolfe, of Pymble, to Colin, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Colin Campbell, of Neutral Bay.
COOTE-MOORHOUSE.-The Engagement is announced of Patricia, only child of Mr. N. E. Moorhouse, of Neutral Bay. to Dion Phillp, elder sen of Mrs. R. Coote, of Killara, and the late Mr. P. Coote, of Rabaul, New Guinea.
COWDEN-JONES.-The Engagement ls an- nounced of Margery Hilda, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones, of Hurstville, to Ray Surflen. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cowden, of Kogarah.
DALTON-NICHOLAS.-The Engagement is announced of Bettv, only daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Nicholas, of Willoughby, to John Newman, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dalton, of Chatswood.
DAVIES—WRIGHT.—The Engagement is announced of Mona, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright, of Deewhy, to P.O. D. Davies. R.N., the only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davies, New Tredegar, Monmouthshire, England.
DEKKER-THOMAS.-The Engagement is announced of Marjorie Patricia Thomas, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thomas, of 18 Plumer Road. Rose Bay, and Lt. Roelof Alfred Dckker. Royal Neth. Navy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dekker, of Hilversum, Holland. The wedding will take place at St. Mary's Cathedral at 6.30 p.m. on Monday. March 11.
DULVEY-ANDERSON.-The Engagement ls announced of Valma Lorraine, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson, of Harbord, to Robert Edward, youngest sen of Mr. W. A. Dulvey. and the late Mrs. A. A. Dulvey, of Meadowbank.
DUNN—DODDS.—The Engagement is an- nounced of Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dodds, of Balmain (late Concord West), to Spr. Keith, A.I.F.. only son of tile late Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dunn, of Lidcombe.
FARRELL—WOOD.—The Engagement is announced of Mildred Margaret, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wood. Plumpton, to John Michael Farrell, of Moonee Ponds, Melbourne.
FENTON-PRITCHARD.-The Engagement ls announced of Dawn, eldest daughter of Mr. and airs. S. G. Pritchard, of Pagewood, to Geoflrey Richard, only son ot Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fenton, also of Pagewood.
FORD-COTTON.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Joan Enid, eldest daughter of Mrs. M. F. Cotton, of Manly, and the late Mr. Aubry Cotton to Lt.-Cdr. (A) George William Klnvlg Ford. R.N.V.R.. only sen of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ford, of Catcrham, Sur- rey, England.
FREEMAN-MILCOY.-The Engagement ls announced of Dorothy Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Milcoy, 21 Liguria Street, South Coogee, to Bruce Edmund (8th Div. Signals), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Freeman, Inglewood. Western Australia.
GARLAND-O'DONNELL.—The Engagement ls announced of Nellena, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Donnell, of Dulwich Hill, to Leonard, fourth son of the late Major Gar- land and Mrs. M. Garland, of Marrickville.
GEORGE-BUSBY.—The Engagement is announced of Dorcthv, widow of the late F./O. J. H. Busby, younger daughter of Mr. anti Mrs. F, H. Dupaln, of Gordon, to Eric Harley, only sen of Mr. and Mrs. Harley George, of Killara.
GILLIES—BECKMORE.—The Engagement is announced of Doris Charlotte, eldest daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. J. Beckmore, of Mortdale, to Alexander David, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Gillies, of Auburn.
GOODSIR—JOHNSON.-The Engagement ls announced of Enid, second daughter cf Mr. M. Johnson and the late Mrs. Johnson, of Westmead, to Fred (A.I.F.). only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodair, of Glenorie.
MAILES-WALSHS.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Mary Joyce, younger daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Walshe of Balgowlah, to Lieut. (S) Jack Pickering Halles (R.N.R.). elder son of Cdr. and Mrs. J. Halles, ol Hull. Yorkshire. England.
HABRE-ELDRIDGE.-The Engagement ls announced between June, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge, ot Hurstville, to Ronald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Harre, of Summer Hill.
HELLINGS-O'DONNELL.—The Engage- ment is announced of Kathleen, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. O'Donnell. Wah- roonga, to L.A.C. Ronald H. Hellings (R.A.F.), elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hellings. Surrey. England.
HERCUS-DIGNAN.—The Engagement is announced and the wedding ls to take place In Auckland N.Z. next Saturday, between Patricia Lloyd, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. St. J. Dignan, of Auckland, and Surgeon-Lieut. Victor Macky. youngest son of Mrs. Hcrcus and the late Rev. H. G. Hercus, of Drummoyne.
HUNT-GILES.-The Engagement Is an- nounced of Beryl, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Giles, of Northbridge to David Bruce, third son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hunt, of Northbridge.
JAMES—GARDE WILSON.—The Engage- ment is announced of Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Garde Wilson (Dr. E. Kent Hughes), ol Armidale, and Brian Samuel (ex-A.I.F.). youngest son of the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. James, ot Boggabri.
JENKINS-SIMONSE.V.-The Engagement is announced of Joyce Marie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Slmcnscn. cf Enfield, to Stanley Roy, eldest son ct Mr. and Mrs. W.
Jenkins, ot Auburn, N.S.W.
KIFFIN-BOWKER.-The Engagement is
announced oí Gwenda, youngest daughter of Mrs. A, H. Bowmer and the late Mr. W. H. Botvrner, of Earlwood, to W.O. Ben Kippln. R.A.A.F., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Klppln. of Banksiadale. Western Australia.
MCWILLIAMS-NELSON.-The Engagement is announced of Heather, eldest dauähter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Nelsen, of Croydon, to Elli (R.A.A.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mcwilliams, of Bayswater, Western Australia.
MANUEL-GARDINER.-The Engagement is announced cf Margaret Annette (Netta), A.W.A.S.. elder daughter cf Mrs. C. Johnsen, of Bunnlgalore. Bowral, to Lawrence. R.A.N., youngest sen of Mr. and Mre. L. Manuel,
Goodwood Park, Adelaide.
MARSDEN-MILLER-The Engagement is announced ol Ruth, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Miller, of Coogee, to William, enly child of Mr. F. and the late Mrs. E. Marsden, of Randwick.
MILDENHALL—HADDOCK.-The Engage- ment is announced of Beatrice May, youngest daughter of the late D. A. Haddock B.A., and of Mrs. W. H. Hockey, of Brighton-le sands, to F./Sgt. Stuart Gale (R.A.A.F.),
only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mildenhall.
MILLWARD-GOVAN.-The Engagement is announced of Phyllis Margaret, youngest daugh- ter cf Mr. and Mrs. W. Govan. of Bexley, to William Henry (ex-P.O.W.), third son of Mr. R. H. Millward and the late Mrs. Mill- ward, of Epping and Mortdale.
MOGG—STAPLES.—The Engagement is announced of Vera Ann, elder daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Staples, Port Macquarie, to F /Lt Donald William, eldest son of the late
Mrs. H. M. Mogg. late of Brisbane.
MOONEY-JOLLY.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Dorothy Joan, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jolly, of Hornsby and Pte. Arthur Thomas Mooney (A.M.F.). third son of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mooney, of Kogarah.
MORRISON-BEST.-The Enpgement is
announced to Marjorie Vera, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Best, Bossley Park, to Alan, only son ot Mr. and Mrs. P. Morrison.
MULLER- HILL.-The Engagement is an-
nouced of Daphne Thelma, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E Hill of North Strath- field, to Wilbur Kenden (R.A.A.F.), second sen of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Muller, of Geclcns,
MURRAY-BALDWIN.-The Engagement is
announced of Isobel Dawn, younger daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Baldwin, East Mal- vern Victoria, to John Burnie, only son of the late Mr. and of Mrs. L. Murray, of
ls announced cf Doreen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Luckman, of Croydon, to Reg (ex-R.A.A.F.l elder son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Neville, of Concord.
NORRAK-CAR LESS.-The Engagement is announced of Zillah Lola, only child of Mrs. L. M. and the late Mr. J. Carless, Booval, Queensland, to Louis Albert (ex-A.I.F.), elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norrak. of Vaucluse.
O'GRADY—TONKING.—The Engagement is anncuncrd of Winifred Evelyn, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Tonkins, of Black- heath, to Francis John, younger sen of Mrs. M O'Grady ot Roseville, and the late Mr. F. J. O'Grady.
PARKER-LETBY.-The Engagement is announced ot Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Letby, of Canterbury, to George Caldwell, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Parker, of Homebush.
PERCY-GAMBRILL.-The Engagement is announced of Norma, eldest daughter of Mr. End Mrs. R. E. Gambrill. of Granville to Maxwell Henry, only son cf Major and Mrs. Percy, of Granville.
PHILTRIP—RICHARDSON.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Laura Ann. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Richardson, of Mosman, to Charles Eric Philtrip, R.A.F., youngest son ot the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Philtrip, of London, England.
TINK-VINDIN.—The Engagement ls an- nounced of Sylvia Adelaide, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vindln, of Croydon, to Sigmn. Walter James (A.I.F., returned), elder sen cf Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pink, of Sandy Flat. N.S.W.
REARDON-WEST.-The Engagementils announced of Joan Helen, youngest daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. P. S. West, Nowra, to Cpl. Noel Wllllsm. A.I.F. (returned), eldest son cf Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reardon, of Revenue. Condobllin.
ROBERTS-TURNER.-The Engagement is announced of June Sinclair, the youngest daughter of Mrs. M. A. Turner and the late Hairy S. Turner. Punchbowl, to Everard Charles, third sen ol Alderman and Mrs. S. E.
ROWLANDS-McELROY.-The Engagement is announced et Joyce Frances, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McElroy, of Botany, to Kenneth Donald, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rowlands, of Hamiltcn. Vic- toria.
SHARP-CAMPBELL.-The Engagement is announced of Isobel Jean, second daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. G. F. Campbell, of Weeoomba, Dalby, to Alfred James Sharp, of Bank of New South Wales, Brisbane, and of Sydney.
SINCLAIR-GWYNNE.-The Engagement is announced cf Joan Adel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Gwynne, of Deewhy, to W./O. John Charles, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Joan Sinclair, of South Curl Curl.
SLADE-Le CUDENNEC.-The Engagement is announced of Claire Frances, second daugh- ter of Mrs. V. Le Cudennec and the late Mr. L. Le Cudennec of Artarmon, to Lindsay Benoit, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Slade,
SMITH-BYLES.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Far eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Byles of Rozelle, to William (A.I.F.). eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Smith, of Bargo.
SMITH-GOULD.-The Engagement is an- nounced or Heather Irene, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. V. Gould, of Dulwich Hill, to Cpl. Barton Arthur (A.l.F.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. v. Smith, of Dulwich Hill, formerly of Lockhart.
SPARK-HOLLIER.-The Engagement is announced of Gwen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Hollier, of Concord, to Bill, only son of Mrs. M. A. Spark and the late Mr. A. F. Spark, also of Concord.
STANLEIGH-CLARKE-WONNOCOTT.-The Engagement ts announced of Mona Clare, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wonnocott. of Crow's Nest, to lester Kcnenth (ex R.A.A.F.), younger son of Mrs. A. M. Stanleigh-Clarke ind late Mr. G. F. Stanleigh-Clarke. of
STAPLETON-WILBURT.-The Engagement is announced of Marlon Grace, only daughler of the late Mr. C. Colburt, of Carcoar, and Mrs. Colburt. Bondi, to Malcolm John eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Stapleton, of Summer
ment is announced of Mary Patricia only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Fitzgerald of Bondi to samuel (Steve), Royal Marines only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stevenson, of Man- chester (England).
SYMONDS-LITMAN.—The Engagement is announced of Mina, only child of Mr. David and the late Mrs. Lltman. of Buencs Aires, to Kenneth Isador, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph symonds, of Bellevue Hill.
TALBOT-READ.-The Engagement, is an- nounced cf Betty Gwendoline, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Read, of Kogarah, to Ronald Tasman, youngest son of Mrs. E. Talbot and the late Mr. W. Talbot, of Mel-bourne. THORNHILL-HOWLETT-The Engagement is announced of Winifred, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. Howlett, of Dural, late of North Rocks, to Frank Hatton, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Thornhill, of Castle Hill.
TODD-BAILEY.-The Engagement is an- nounced of Muriel Eunice, ycunjesl daughter of MrsT A. M. Balley of Concord to Bernard
Brian, cnlv sen of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Todd, nf Mt Gravatt. Brisbane.
VAN HEYTHCYSEN-CRANSTON.-The En- gagement ls announced of Norah, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Cranston, ot Milson s Point, to Richard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Van Heythuysen. of Haberfield.
WALLIS-McKAY.-The Ensasement b an-
nounced of Valerie Heather secend daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. McKay, of West Ryde, lo Flying-Officer Douglas Frank Wallis (re- turned), elder son of the late Mr. F. N. Wallis nnd Mrs. A. Salmon, of West Ryde.
WEST-BRUNETTE.-The Engagement is announced of Maisie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brunette, of Deewhy, to Mr. Henry West, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. West, of Deewhy.
WING-BLACKBURN.-The Engagement is announced of Edith Mildred, eldest daughter of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. H. Blackburn, of Cronulla, to Victor Herbert (A.I.F., returned), only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wing, of Redfern.
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JACKSON-COLLIN'S.-The Marriage ot Ruth, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Collins, Garden St. Belmore, with Ralph, elder son of Mr. T. and late Mrs. Jackson. Home Hill, N.Q.. will take place at St. Alban's, Bel- more, to-day March 9. 1946, at 4 p.m.
RODGERS-SENIOR.-The Marriage of Helen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Senior. 18 Francis Street. Randwick, to Wil- liam, younger son of Mrs. Gloria Rodgers 28 Church Street. Randwick, will be celebrated at St. Jude's Church, Randwick. 5 p.m., March 23.
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BURGE-TARRAN.-February 23, 1946, at St. Shephcn's Church. Macquarie Street. by Rev. J. C. Milliken, Enid Marie, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tarran, of Rockdale, to Henry Norman, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burge, of Hunter's Hill.
DICKENS-HOPKINS.-February 2, 1946, at Methodist Church, Hurstville, by Rev. A. E. Walker Clarice Jean, only daughter of Mrs G and late Mr. G. Hopkins, to A.M.O. Willis, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dickens, Derbyshire, England.
DINGWALL-HART.-February 2. 1946. at Congregational Church. Lidcombe, by Rev. G. Shepherd. Dorothy Clare, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hart. Regents Park, to Charles Themas, eldest cen of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dinewall, of Lidcombe.
DUNSTAN-ANDERSON. - February 16. 1946, at St. Mary's, North Sydney. Jean, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Anderson, to John, elder sen of Mr. and Mrs. T. Dunstan, of Northbridge.
EVANS-BUTCHER.-February 28, 1946, at St. Philip's Church. Campsie. Catherine Dorothy, second daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. P. Butcher. Belmore, to Samuel Evens, only son of Mr. end Mrs. J. Evans. Dariaston. S. Staffs. England.
FAULKNER-JACKSON.-January 19, 1946, at St. James' Presbyterian Church. Burwood, by Rev. J. Faulkner. Amy Elizabeth, younger daughter of the late P. Jackscn and Mrs. M. Jackson, of Concord, to Merion. John, younger son of Rev. and Mrs. Faulkner, of Haberfield.
FINLEN—HILL.—February 23, 1946, at Wesley Chapel, Sydney, by the Rev. W. H. Butler, Alma Gladys, youngest daughter of Mr. George Hill and the late Mrs. O. A. Hill, of Crow's Nest, to Noel Ernest, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Finlen, of Cammeray.
FRENCH-HARWOOD.-February 25. at the Church of St. Agnes. Glen Huntly, Melbourne, Lorna Nairne, elder daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L. J. Harwcod. St. Agnes' Vicarage, to Basil Henley Gardner, enly son of Mrs. E. R. Swain. Devonshire. England, and the late Mr. Harold French.
JAMES-THARRATT.-February 23. 1946. at St. Philip's Church, Church Hill, hy the Rev. A. E. Morris. Vera Elizabeth, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tharratt, of Marrick- ville, to Thomas Robert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. James, of Sydney.
JONES-HYDE.-February 8, 1946, at All Souls' C. of E.. Leichhardt, by Rev. L. Parsons, Iris Hyde, of Stanmore, to Ronald Jones, of Lakemba.
JOSS-ATKINSON.-February 18, 1946, at Wesley Chapel, Sydney, by Rev. F. H. Rayward, Jean Atkinson, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Atkinson. Enfield, to Sydney Joss, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Joss. Penrith.
LONGWORTH-HOWE.-The Marriage took place on March 1. at Bathurst, of Maureen Hilary, only child of Mr. P. Howe, of Home- bush, and Mrs. Moira Howe, of Bathurst, to Hush Lame, second son of the late Hugh Longworth, of Wingham, and of Mrs. T. Longworth, of Pagewood.
MILFORD—HOLTHAM.-February 2, 1946, at Congregational Church, Mosman, by Rev. Dr. Cockett, M.A., Norma Isabel, younger daughter of Mr. G. T. and the late Mrs. Holtham, of Mosman, to William George, only son of the late Mr. W. Milford, and Mrs. Milford, of Leichhardt.
MINCHIN—SCOT SKIRVING.—March 1, at St. Mark's, Darling Point, by Canon Bar- der, Susan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scot Skirving, of Winton, Q'land, and Devon, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Minchin, of Chatswood.
PILCHER—HOWIESON.—February 9, 1946, at St. Mark's Church, Granville, by the Rev. C. Wilder Clarke. Marjorie, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Colin Howieson, of Granville, to Reginald Eric, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Pilcher, of Harris Park.
ROWE—D'ARCY.—February 16, 1946, at Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, by Rev. C. Caldwell Wearne, Nita Margaret, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D'Arcy, of Glen Innes, to Arthur Charles William (ex-A.I.F.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Clyde Rowe, cf Liverpool.
SAVAGE—CONNOLLY.—February 16. 1946, at St. John's C. of E., Ashfield, by Rev. L. N. Sutton. Fay, youngest daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. W. Connolly, of Fivedock. to Crafts- man Neville Savage (A.I.F. returned), second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Savage, of Vaucluse.
SELBY-FRASER.-March 2. 1946 at her sen's residence. Bellevue Hill, Robina Reid, widow of Engr. Lieut. Themes Fraser, of Rose Bay. to George Joseph Selby, of North Bondi.
THOMAS-CHANT.-February 12. at West Maitland Mary Gwendoline, only child of Mrs. A. Chant and the late Mr. H. G. Chant, of Lorn. West Maitland, to Fliîht-LIcutcnant Keith Griffith Themas. D.F.C. (R.A.A.F.). only son of Mr. R. Themas, cf Stockton, and the late Mrs. C. Themas, of North Rothbury.
WALDEN-O'BRIEN.-Februnry 13, 1946, at St. Matthew's Church. The Corso. Manly, by tho Rev. W. Hart. M.a. Heather, only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. O'Brien, of Manly, to F./Sgt. Noel Walden, R.A.A.F.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Walden, of
WILKINSON-FUSEDALE.-February 12. 1916 at Tho Prcsbytertan Church. Campsie, by the Rev. F. L. A. Schloeflel. June Marion, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fuse dale of Canterbury, to Themas Wilkinson, elder son cf Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilkinson, of
WILKINSON-OSBORN.-January 19, at the Albert Street Methodist Church, Brisbane, Jean Margaret, only daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Osborn, Bell, Queensland, to James Colin,
younger sen of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wllkln son, Annandale, Sydney.
HEWITT—THOMAS.—March 9, 1921, at Methodist Church, Burwood, by the late Rev. G. H. Hewitt (assisted by Rev. G. W. Furner), the marriage of Edith to Albert. Present address: 108 Auburn Road, Auburn._
LOVERIDGE—ELPHINSTON.—March 9, 1886, at Glebe Presbyterian Church, Annie Fraser Elphinston, to Alfred Samuel Loveridge, address, 1 Collingwood St. Drummoyne.
SHEPHERD—SMITH.—March 6, 1886, at Chatham, Kent, England, William Thomas Shepherd, of Newington, England, to Emma Smith, of Ilford, Essex, England. Present address: 19 Langtry Avenue, Auburn, N.S.W.
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BROWN.-fiXo:2¡Jr>t> Lieut. William bcoit Brown, 2/lSth and 2/19th Battalion, previously missing February, 1942, now presumed dead. Beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown. 38 Victoria Avenue. Chatswood, aged 24 years.
HUBBARD.-Roland. C.P.O.. presumed to have lost his life on H.M.A.S. Perth. March 1, 1942. Dearlv beloved husband of Marian. Will always be remembered. Inserted by his loving wife.
HUBBARD.-Roley. C.P.O., presumed to
have lost his life on H.M.A.S. Perth, March 1, 1942. Proudly remembered as one of a gallant crew. Inserted by C.P.O. D. and Mrs.
Meiklejohn and Margaret.
NEALE.-March 9, 1945, NX56129. Douglas Merritt. 2/19 Batt., 8th Div., died while P.O.W., in Borneo, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neale, of Penrith, and dearly loved nephew and godson of Aunty Florrie, Reg. Neale, of Penrith and Summer Hill. For-
SHANNON.-Cecil (Pat) Shannen. 2,18 Btn.. reported presumed killed in action Sin- gapore. February 9. 1942, loved husband of Vonnie. Age shall not weary them.
SHANNON.-Cecil (Pat) Shannon. re- ported presumably killed In action. Singapore. Island. February 9. 1942. dear son of Peter Shannon and brother cf Frank, Barney. Ruby. Mollie. Annie, and Rita. Greater love hath no men.
STOKAN.-Petty Officer Percy Stokan, H.M.A.S. Perth, officially presumed to have lost his life March 1, 1942. Java Sea Battle, dearly loved husband of Olive and father of
WYTHES.-March 1, 1942. Chief E.R.A. James Herbert. R.A.N.. H.M.A.S. Perth, pre- viously reported missing, now believed lost, dearlv loved sen of Mrs. Florence Wythes. 169 Forest Read. Arncliffe, »nd loving brother nf Blllv. Dcllv. »nd Teddy.
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BENSON-March 7. at a. private hospital. Hur5tviUe, Marie Benson, dearly loved sister and sister-in-law of Mr. »nd Mrs. Benson and Miss Benson.
BENSON.-March 7. 1946. at » private hospital Hurstville. Manie, dearly loved sis- ter of Emily and Walter.
BOVIS.-March 7 1946. at St. George District Hospital. James Robert Bovis of 15 Svbll Street. Kogarah, dearly loved husband cf Jane and dear father of Bob, Bill (deceased). Bert, »nd Jean, aged 67 years. Cremated March 8, 1946. at Woronora.
BROWN.—March 8, 1946, at Canterbury District Hospital, Albert Henry Brown, below husband of Edith Gladys Brown and dear Tether ci Nena. Vance. Venne, and Brenda, eged 42 years. At. rest.
CARPENTER.-March 4 (suddenly, after long illness), at his residence. Colonna. Appian Way, Burwood, A. Thomas Carpenter, beltved husband of Beatrice and dear father of Keith (deceased). Claude (deceased), Harry, Jack, and Ernest (A.I.F., returned).
DIVOLA.— March 7, 1946, at his residence 120 Bayview Avenue. Earlwood. Joseph, dearly loved husband of Margaret and son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Domenico Divola of Mar- rickville. Requiescat in pace.
DYASON.—March 7, 1946, at her daugh- ter's residence, 211 Norton Street, Ashfield, Harriett, relict of the late WilUam Bayley Dvason and beloved mother of Hamilton. Al- bert Fanny. Alice (Mrs. Johnston). Lillian (Mrs. Baker) Edith (Mrs. Pearson), and Mabel (Mrs. Hazelwood), in her 98th year. Privately Interred March 8, 1946.
EDWARDS.-March 3. 1946, at St. Joseph's Hospital. Auburn. Vere Parker Edwards, dearly loved son of Mrs. Minnie Edwards and the late Constable Edwards, of Crystal Street, Peter- sham, aged 47 year».
FIELD.-March 7 (suddenly), at a pri- vate hospital. Adelaide. Cyril Montgomery Field (late chief accountant «nd assistant, secretary of Adelaide Steamship Company), dearlv beloved husband of Adelaide Marlen Field" and loving lather of Arthur, aged 60
FORREST.—March 8. 1946, at his resi- dence 19 Copeland Street, Alexandria. Richard Muir Forrest, beloved husband of Emma Maud Forrest, aged 73 years. At rest. See Monday's "Herald" for funeral notice.
FROST.-March 8, 1946, at her residence. 30 East Parade, Eastwood, Helena.Maud, relict of the late W. J. Frost, and loving mother of William. Cecil, and Dorothy (Mrs. French).
In her 31st year.
GOODSELL.- February 22, 1946, at her residence, Fletcher Street, Campsie, Sarah Ann, dearly loved eldest daughter of the late James and Sarah Peake, of Hurstville and Peakhurst, and loving sister of John (de- ceased), Thomas (deceased), Elizabeth (de- ceased), Mary, Annie, Edmund (deceased), Miriam, Harriett, Ethel (deceased), William, and Edith, aged 87 years. At rest.
GREGORY.- March 7, 1946, at Taihape, New Zealand, William Gregory, dearly be- loved husband of Florence Gregory, late of Bulahdelah. Burial Taihape.,Saturday.
HAMILTON.- March 7, 1946, at Royal Alexandra hospital, Julie Lynette Hamilton, dearly beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton, of 149 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee, and loving sister of Judith, aged 11
HAMILTON.- March 7, 1946, at Children's HosHospital, Camperdown, Julie Lynette, beloved granddaughter of Robert Hamilton, of Kul- nura, via Gosford, aged 11 months.
HAMILTON.- March 7, 1946, at Children's Hospital, Camperdown, Julie Lynette, beloved granddaughter and niece of Roy and Grace Miner and family, of 248 Carrington Road, Coogee.
HAMILTON.- March 7, 1946, at Children's
Hospital, Camperdown, Julie Lynette, beloved great-granddaughter and grand-niece of Mrs. M. Miner and family, of Rozelle and Blakehurst.
HANN. - March 8, 1946, at Sydney Hospital,
Leonard, beloved husband of Doris Hann, and lovd father of Patricia and Robin, and loved brother of Bob and Grace, aged 50 years.
HOLMES.-March 8. 1846. suddenly, at Curtis Road, Balmain, George Arthur dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoimes, and loved brother of Kenneth. Doris. Dave, Annie, Fred. Elsie and Ronald, aged 47 years.
HOWELL-BURGE.-March 6, Linda May, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dadd, of 48 Monash Road, Gladesville, and sister of Ted and Marjorie (Mrs. C. Bath), sister-in- law of Emily and Charles, aunt of Keith and Roland. Cremated at Rookwood, March 8, 1946.
HOWLETT.-March 8, 1946. at his resi-
dence, 88 Melford Street, Hurlstone Park, Archie William, beloved husband of Maude and loving brother of Elsie, Maud, Gertie, Carol, and Charles, of Dulwich Hill. Peace- fully sleeping.
HOY.- March 8, 1946, at a private hospital, Killara, Patrick Joseph, of Naremburn, be- loved husband of the late Katherine and loved father of Desmond, Madeline, and John. R.I.P.
JONES.- March 5, 1946, Elizabeth Jones, of 10 Tahlee Street, Burwood, beloved mother of Harry, mother-in-law of Anne, grandmother of Gwenyth and Winnifred, and great-grand- mother of Margaret, Ruth, and Patricia, aged 80 years. Privately interred.
JONES.- March 8, 1946, at St. Vincent's Hospital, William David Jones, of 9 Spicer Street, Woollahra, dearly loved brother of Thomas and Herbert Jones, aged 55 years.
LANGLEY. - March 8, 1946 (suddenly), at his residence, 36 Denistone Road, Eastwood, Herbert Charles, widower of the late Elizabeth Langley and loving father of Jessie (Mrs. R. J. Butt), Marjorie (Mrs. O. V. Hammond), and Ruth (Mrs. H. D. Clarke), aged 79 years.
LEE.- March 6, at Oberon, Eliza, late of Urunga Road, Punchbowl, loving mother of Harold, Thomas, Joseph, Albert. Interred Oberon, Church of England Cemty., March 7.
LEGGATT.-March 8, 1946, at Balmain Hospital, Ernest John, beloved husband of Mary, and loving father of Edith (Mrs. W. Halloran) and Joan (Mrs. T. Miles), aged 71 years.
LIVI. - March 7, 1946, at a private hospital,
Arncliffe, Peter, of 1 Lorraine Avenue, Arn- cliffe, dearly loved husband of Louisa, and dear father of Edward and Hilda aged 71 yvears. Privately cremated March 8 instant.
McCOY.-March 7, 1946, William Charles, dearly loved husband of C. Agnes, of Glen- conna, 74 Archer Street. Chatswood. R.I.P.
McKENZIE.-March 7. 1946 (suddenly), at Ettalong Beach. William, beloved father of Don. George, and Les, aged 53 years.
MacMAHON.-March fi, 1946. at her resi- dence, 19 Blairgowrie Street. Dulwich Hill, Anna MacMahcn, relict of the late Timothy MacMahon and loved mother ol Robert T., Mary (Mrs. Maloney. Murringo), and John, aged 83 years. R.I.P.
MACNAMARA.-March 5. at private hos- pital Orange. Joseph Patrick (late New Guinea) beloved brother of May. Kitty, and Alice. Privately Interred.
MANNY.-March 3, 1946, at his residence, Edna Street, Willoughby, John Henry, beloved second son of the late William and Amelia Manny and brother of Charles, Oliver, and Alice, William, Arthur, and Roy (deceased). Privately cremated 4th inst.
MANSFIELD.-March 2, 1946, at Johannesburg, South Africa, Mary Catherine (Matron, A.T.N.A.), dearly beloved sister of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Mansfield, Kingsford, and aunt of Dick, Frank, Dorothy, Therese. and Les. Requiescat in pace.
MAYO.-March 8. 1945 at her resi- dence Majura House, Canberra, A.CT.. Mary Ann relict of tho late WUllam Mayo and dear mother ct Ethel (Mrs SrHt),. Mr J. W. Mayo. Eveline. (Mrs. Sell?) Jessie (Mrs. Lane). Laura (Mrr. Blnjley). Elizabeth (Mrs. Townsend). Alice (Mrs. S. Lomax), Marion (Mrs. C. Lomax). Coral (Mrs. Thompson), and Clara (Mrs. Bruce). Aged 86 years.
MARSHALL.-March 5 (al sta. suddenly). Neille (late Honolulu). beloved sister of Ann (Mrs Hall, late cf D. Bay. Sydney). Walter. George. Alan, end May (Honolulu). At rest.
MEADER.-March 3. 1946, nt The Hoya) Hospital. Paddington. Dorothy, dearly beloved wife of John, and loving daughter of S. and O. Dummett, and loving sister of Steve, Mercia, George, and Valda, and sister-in-law of Toby and Bob. aged 39 years. R.I.P.
MONTAGUE-FORBES. - March 5, at a pri- vate hospital, Manly, Zipporah (Simmie), dearly loved widow of Monty and beloved sister of Henry (deceased). Queen, Jack, Lew, Sol (deceased), Nat and Dave Levy. Beloved by all. G.R.H.S.
MONTAGUE-FORBES.-Simmie, beloved aunt of Clare and Albert Hatfield, Lily, Asher, Nola, Raphael, Hart (deceased), darling grand-aunt of Jeanne,David, Peter, Wendy.
O'KEEFFE. - March 8, 1946, at Prince Henry Hospital, Francis Bede O'Keeffe, of 2 Borrow- dale Road, Kingsford, dearly loved husband of Mabel O'Keeffe and dear father of Moya, Joan and Margaret, aged 46 years. Re-
quiescat tn pace.
O'KEEFFE. - March 8, 1946, at Prince Henry Hospital, Francis Bede O'Keeffe, of 2 Bor- rowdale Road, Kingsford, dearly loved brother of Patricia (Mrs. Adrian Hickey, Gosford) and John (Wollongong), aged 46 years. Re- quiescat tn pace.
PADDON.-February 20 (suddenly), in Eng- land result of three and a half years in Japanese prison camp, Cyril, dearly loved husband of Eve Paddon, late of Leura.
POTTER.-March 8. 1946. suddenly, at Katoomba. George Sandover, beloved huobana cf Mary Potter, and beloved father of Ve.a (deceased), Wallace, Dorothy, Joy (Mrs- t. Juergtns), and Gwen (Mrs. R. Egglcstonj.
Aged 74 years.
SIMPSON.-March 8, 1946. at Royal Hos- pital fer Wemen. Ella, beloved wile pt Ernest W. Simpson, ef Addison Read, Marrickville.
SMITH.-March 8, 1946, at her son-in law's and daughter's residence (Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Reid), 13 Hampstead Road, Homebush West, Annie Maria, beloved wife of the late George Pearce Smith, of Howlong. NS.W., and dear mother of George (deceased). Frank. William, Edgar and Queen (Mrs. Reid). Aged 91 years. At rest.
SMITH.-March 7. 1946. at a private hos- pital, Hornsby, Jane Elisabeth, beloved wife of John Henry Smith and loved mother ol Mona (Mrs. W. H. McNeight), Alec, Fred,
Rex, and Jim, in her 67th year.
SMITH.-March 3, 1946, Norman Clyde, late manager. Bank of N.S.W.. Cooma at his son's residence. Bank of N.S.W., Moss Vale, dearly beloved husband of Lillian Irene and loved father cf Eric (deceased). Mervyn (Moss Vale), Geoffrey (Melbourne). and Norma (Mrs. Herbert Hain, Cooma), aged 60
SPEECHLEY.—March 8. 1946. at his resi-
dence, 37 Station Street. Tempe, Frederick Louis Speechley, beloved son of the late Alfred and Emily Speechley, and loved brother of Emily (deceased). Florence, Alice, Mary, Hilda, Ivy, and Sid, aged 64 years. At rest.
STONE.-March 8, 1946, at St. Vincent s Hospital. Bathurst, Catherine, beloved wife ol Alfred Edward Stcne, cf 117 Havanah Street, and loved mother cf Charles, Robert, Thomas, Wilfred (Bathurst). Percy, and Frank (Sid- ney) Elizabeth (Mrs. Nightingale), Mar- garet (Mrs. Tedd), Irene (Mrs. Dlxcn), Elaine (Mrs. Clayton), cf Bathurst. Fade (Mrs. Rosewein, of Sydney. Aged 75 years.
YANIUK.-March 8 1946. at hts residence 24 Willee Street. Burwood. Boleilav Ospovlch Yaniuk. beloved husband of Florence, and loved father of Trevor and Ivan, agea ot) years. R.I.P.
IMrm. to Sat.. 1/6 r,rr linp. min. 3 lines.)
ADAMS.—In loving memory of my dear husband end our father. Themas Joseph, who passed away March 9. 1942. Inserted by his loving wife, family, grandchildren.
ALLEN.-In loving memory of my dear wile and mother. Elsie Jane, who passed away March 10. 1944. Always remembered by ner husband. Brose, sens and daughters, and granddaughter.
ALLEN.-Loving memory of Dad, passes awav March 10. 1943. Daisy and Gus.
ARMSTRONG.-In loving memory of mv dear daughter and sister. Elsie May. drowned in Melbourne Morch 9. 1941. Not Just to- day, but even- dav in silence we remember. Bv her loving mother and sister. Nancy.
AULD.-A thought for to-day. memories for ever of Richard Auld, who departed March 8, 1942. Inserted bv his wife. Mary Florence. Melsle, Dick, children.
BAKER.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Ted. who fell asleep peacefully.
March a. 1945.
Every hour and everywhere.
In silent thought I walk beside you, dear. In rhe beautiful garden of memories
We meet every day.
Sodlv missed by his loving wife Beth.
BAKER.-In loving memory of my dear son. Ted, who fell asleep March/9. 1945. Sadly missed by his mother, sîjtfer Louise elso Bill, nephew Jack, and w rel also on relatives and friends over In England.
BESSELL.—In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Charles Mowbray, passed away March 9, 1945, aged 81. Ever remembered by his dear wife and family. Mrs. M. A. Bessell, Connells Point.
BOOTH.-In loving memory of Billy (Wil-
liam John), who passed eway March 9. 1945^ aged 4 years and 7 months. God in hts wisdom eased your pain. Our less ls Heaven.« gain Sadly missed by ht» loving mum. dad, and
BRANDER.-In loving memory or my husband. John, who passed away March 1943. Always remembered by his loving
BREEN.-In loving memoir of our
sister. Olga, who fell asleep March 9, 1938. Inserted bv her loving sisters and brothers
BREWSTER.-A tribute of love lo the n cry of my fond husband and our father grandfather. Jack, who passed away March 9,
Always so good, unselfish and kind. Pew In this world his «¡ital to find.
Always remembered by his loving wife Julia, and family and grandchildren.
BROWN.-In loving memory of cur dar mum. Irene Margaret, who passed a*vav M; 10. 1943. Too dearly loved to be fcrgotter her loving sons. Reg and Oreg.
BROWN.-In sad but lovint memory of darling daughter. Irene, who passed a March 10. 1943. Sadly missed by her motl
Dulce, and Jim.
BRYSON.-Sad thoughts hut beautiful m orles of James Alfred, passed cn March 1944. Inserted by his loving mother
liRYSON.«-In loving memor*- of our brother and brother-in-law, James Alfred son, who passed away March 9. 1944. remembered hy his sister end brother-law
BURNS.-In loving memory if our dear mother and grandma. Sarah Ann. who passed away March 10. ISIS. Always remembered by her loving daughter. Jessie, son-ln-1 Tom and Laurel and Beryce.
BURNS.-Treasured memories of our e mother. Sarah Ann, passed sway March
Par away and yet- so near.
I still see your cheery' smile.
I miss you. but my heart's content. For you are In peace with God.
Ever remembered bv her loving daugh Jenn, son-in-law. Bert.
Too deeply loved to be forgotten.
BURNS.-In loving memory of our d mother, mother-in-law. and grandmother, v passed away March 10. 1345. Inserted Mick. Iris, and Jean.
BURNS.-In loving memory of our d grandma. Sarah Ann. who passed away Ma 10. 1945. Inserted by Joyce and Allan.
BURN6.-In loving memory of our d grandma. Sarah Ann. who passed away Ma 10. 1B45. Inserted by Tom, Joy. Card.
BURNS.-In fond memory of my d grandma, passed away March 10. 1945.
Always loving, unselfish, and kind.
What a beautiful memory to leave behlt Inserted by her loving grandson. Ray.
BURN'S.-In loving memory of our di Nana, who passed away March 10. 19' Always remembered. Inserted by Phyl, He and great-grand-daughter. Jay Ann.
BYRNE.-In sud but'loving memory of t dear brother. Pete, who pe.ssed awav March 10, 1938. Never forgotten hy Annie. Nell, r
CAMPBELL.-In loving memory of e darling Allen, who died March 9. 1940. In- serted by mother and father, sisters, brothers.
CARTER.-In treasured memories of my darling wife and our mother and grandn Myrtle Olivette, whom God called heme Mat
At rest In the garden of remembrance.
Sadly missed by Arthur. Betty. Bob. Coll
CARTER.-In loving memory of our de sister and sister-in-law. Myrtle, who depart this life March 9. 1945. Always remember
by Alice end Harry.
CARTER.-Treasured memories of our dea est mother «nd grandma (Sabine), who ft asleep March 8. 1935.
Ged has her in His keeping. We have her In our hearts.
Inserted by her loving family.
CASEY.-In loving memory of my dear hu band and cur father. William Patrick, wi pissed awav March 9, 1943. Gone, but m forgotten. Inserted by hl3 loving wife ar sen and daushter-in-law. Jack and Amy.
CATT.-In loving memory of our daxllr son and brother. Theodore Ernest, who pas« away March 9. 1940.
Deep In our hearts a memory ls ';eot
Of a loving son we will never forget.
Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brother
CODY.--In sad and loving memory of oi dear sister accidentally killed on her birt! day. For you, dear Bub. sweet rest: (or u: .lust memories of a day too sad to recall. Af Al. brother-in-law. Fred.
CODY.-Loving memories of our dear auntlt accidentally killed cn her hlrthdav. Sa thoughts to-day. as memories we recall. Ted
Jean. Jack. Joan. Graham.
CRAFT.-In loving memory or our dear mother and granny, who passed away March 10, 1945, aged 96 years.
Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and will never forget.
Inserted by her loving son, Alf, and daughter-in-law, Em, and grandchildren, Lucy
and Alfie and Margaret.
CROFT.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Alice Croft, who passed away March 10, 1945. Time takes away the edge of grief, but memory turns back every leaf Always remembered by her loving sons and daughters, Lillie, Ned, Girlie, Tom. Florrie
CROSS-TURNER.-Cherished memories of our beloved mother »nd grandmother, passed »wey March 10. 1944. Inserted by Alice.
Fred, and family.
CKOSS-TURN'EF.-Deep In our hearts thi memory lives of our dearest and truest friend Emilv. God called home March 10. 1944. Sadly missed by E. and M. Defina.
DIXON.-In loving memory of my dear wife, our mother. Lillian Patience, who passed
away March 10. 1940.
Time takes away the edge of grief.
But memory turns back every leaf.
Inserted by her husband and children and
DO.VN'EY.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Vcr», who departed this lite March 9. 1944. Inserted by her loving husband, Tas.
DONNEY.-In loving memory of our dear »on. Tasman Rupert, who departed this life March 7. 1919. Inserted by his loving father.
DOWNES.-Safe in Ced's beautiful mansion, my loving husband. Aitken, who passed awav March 9. 1945. Always remembered by his loving wife. Belle, end family.
FLOOD.-Treasured memories nf darling Roma, who passed away two years ago to- day. We missed her, lor we loved her, as memories we recall; for parting with our dar- ling Roma, was the saddest day of all. In-
serted by auntie.
FLOOD.-In memory of Roma, who passed away March 10. 1944. Inserted by a friend.
FORESTOR.-Sad thoughts but beautiful memories of our darling daughter. May, whom God called home March 10. 1945. Sadlv missed by her loving mother, father, and
brother. W. Hillier.
FORRESTER.-In sad but loving memory of my darling wife. Sally, who passed away March 10, 1945. Inserted by her sorrowing husband. Jack, Salisbury Street. Waverley.
FORRESTER.-tn loving memory of rn» darling mum. Elisabeth May, whom God called home March 10, 1945. Sadly missed.
The first love I knew
_ And the last I'll forset.
The dear love cf you.
The bes; mother yet.
Inserted by her loving «on, Don B. yor
reeier, - -
F0R3 CS TEH.-In levins memory ol e dear mother, who passed away March 3. 19-f Deep In our hearts a memory ls kept, ct o we loved and will never forget. Inserted
Harry «nd Lerna.
FonRKSTEii.-In remembrance of Ms who departed this life May 10. 1045. Aiwa remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Ccroncl.
FOULCIIER.-In loving memory of Willis Alfred, my dear husband and our de father, whom Ood called March 9. 1946.
O happy Saints! For ever blest. At Jesus' feet, how sate their rest.
GARLAND.-in loving memory of o mother and grandmother, who passed aw March 7, 1945. Always remembered by h daughter, son-in-law, violet and Jim, ai
GRUNDY.-A token to the memory of o nephew and cousin. Jack, who passed aw March 0 1945. Inserted by Aunty Alie
HELSON.-In loving memory ol our belov, father and pa, George, who passed away Mari 9. 1944. So sadly missed by Ailee. Dink
Phil, and Judy.
HERBERT.-In loving memory of cur de mother and grandmother. Theresa Herber passed away March 9. 1944.
Memories are treasures no ene can steal.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal Always remembered by her sons, daughter
IiEilBtlKT.-In sad but loving memory i I my dear mother, who passed away March !
1944. Nevär forgotten by her loving soi Stanley, daughter-in-law. Madge, granddausl
HILDER.-In loving memory of our dear loved daughter, Norma who passed awi March 9. 1945, aged lb years.
Not lust to-day, but every day In silence we remember.
Mum, dad. Marjorie, Helen, Lorraine, ar
HILDER.-Loving memories of dear Normi whom God called home March 9, 1945.
God has her in H13 keeping. We have her in our hearts.
Always-lovingly remembered by dear grannti Uncle Victor, Uncle Will, and Aunty Lissie.
HOUSTON.-In loving memory cf my dea mother. Margaret, who parsed away Marc
With tears r saw you sinking And watched ycu fade away.
Your days of suffering are over now. dca mother. Inserted by her loving daughter
Jean, cf Northbridge.
11UBLEY.-In loving memory of my husban and our father, Garry, who passed awa March 10, 1945. Inserted by his wife aw family. Ern. Hazel, and Val.
HURLEY.-In loving memory of our dca brother and uncle. Garry Hurley, who posse away on March 10. 1945. Inserted by hi sister, Margaret, brother, Hector, and niece
JENSEN.-In loving memory of cur d;a daughter and sister. Lillian Jane, who passel away March 10, 1945. The flowers we plac upon your grave may, wither and decay, bu Hie love we have for ycu. dear Lily, wu never fade away. Always remembered by he loving parents, brother Percy, sister Phyllis
JENSEN.-In loving memory of my dea sister. Lillian Jane, who passed away Marci 10. 1945. Time takes away the edge of grief but memory tums back every leaf. Alway; remembered by Elsie, Allan, and Valerie
JENSEN.-A loving thought fer to-day, bu a. memory forever ci my dear sister and sister In-law, Lillian Jane, who passed away Maret 10. 1S45. Inserted by her brother. Jack sister-in-law. Martha, niece. Joyce.
JOB.-In loving memory of our dear father father-in-law, grandfather, John Joseph, wh< passed away on or about March 9, 1945. Sadh missed by Amy, Harry, and family.
JOHNSON,-In loving memory of my deai mother, passed away March IO. 1942. Alwayj remembered by her loving daughter. Elsie
JOHNSON.-Deep In our hearts a memory is keep of our loving mother and nana, who passed away March 10, 1942. Inserted by
Doroth1' and grandchildren.
JOIFVSON.- Sad thoughts, bul a beautiful numery, cf cur dear mother and mother-in law, who passed away March 10. 1942. Always remembered by her daughter. Florrie, son-in law, Ted. and grandson. Edward.
JOHNSTONE.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother. Florence, who passed suddenly away March 10. 1945. Rest- ing on the promises of God and whose memory will never fade. Sadly missed bv dad /and family and mum. Albie. Jess Harel
Jim. uncle and aunts.
KELLY.-In loving memory of my dear father, Themas, who passed away March 9, 1944. Sadly missed by his daujhter. Alice. son-in-law. Cecil, and grandson. Stanley.
KERSUAW.-In loving memory of my dear husband and my father. Themas Kershaw, died March IO. 1945. Gone but not forgotten Inserted. by his loving wife. Frances, and
KERSHAW.-In loving memory 01 our oem
father, who passed sway March 10. 1945. Sadlv missed bv his son, Tem. and daughter in-law. Thelma.
KERSHAW.-In loving memory of our dear father, Themas, who passed away March 10. 1945.- Ever remembered bv his daughters, Emma and Beatie., and families.
KERSHAW.-In loving memory of our dear father and father-in-law. riled March 10, 1945. Inserted by Harrv and Ruth and grandchildren.
KERSHAW.-In loving memory of rur dear father and father-in-law. died March 10. 1945. Inserted by John and Florence and grand-
KERSHAW.-In loving memory of my dear ron. Themas Kershaw, died March 10. 1945. Ineerted by his loving mother. Emma. Kershaw. Doll's Point. At rest.
KERSHAW.-In loving memory of our ricer brother-in-law and uncle. Thomas, died March 10, 1945. Inserted by his fond sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, nephew and nieces.
KIDSON.-In loving memory of my dear wife 'and our darling mother »nd grandma. Annie Lucinda, who left us March 10, 1944. Inserted bv her loving husband. Joe, Ettie. »nd Dorrie, and families.
KIDSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma. Annie, who departed this life March 10, 1944. Time takes away the edge nf grief, but memory turns back every lear. Never forgotten by her loving daughter. Ettie. Jim, and grandchildren.
KIRK.-Deep In my heart a memory ls kept of my dear ones, who departed this life Allan. March 12. 1942; and Lilian Maud Meredith. April 10 1943. Dearly loved and sadlv missed by their mother.
KNIGHT.-Sad thoughts for to-day. but loving memories of our dear mother and nana. Alice Mary, who passed away March 9. 1942.
You are not forgotten, mother. Nor shall you ever be.
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
Inserted by her loving daughter. Mabs Foster, daughter. Frances, and sons-in-law. Wally and Maurie, and granddaughter. Julie.
KNIGHT.-Sad thoughts fer to-day. bul loving memories of our dear mother and nan. Alice Mary. ^ho passed away March 9, 1942.
I miss her. for 1 loved her
As memories we recall:
Fer the palting of our darling moThcr
Was the saddest day of all.
Inserted by her loving daughter. Irene, son in-law. Jack, and grandchildren. John. Ray.
Allan, and Grcame.
KNIGHT.-Sad thoughts for to-day. but cherished memories forever of our darling mother and nana. Alice Mary who passed away March 9. 1942. Also our dear father and grandfather, Alfred Ernest, died Decem- ber 17. 1944.
A beautiful life, full of kindly deeds. A helping hand to those In need:
Always loving, unselfish, and kind.
What a beautiful memory they leave behind. Sadlv missed by their loving daughter. Jean, son-in-law, Ted. and grandchildren. Ted. Ken.
LANGMAN.-In loving memory or my dear father. Charles Richard, who passed away March 10. 1333. Remembrance ls tho golden chain that Unka us till we meet again. In- serted by his ever-loving daughter, Florence.
LAWSON.-Treasured memories of our dear father. Thomas Ernest Lawson, who passed away March 10. 1945. Sadly missed. Remem- bered always by his loving daughter and scn ln-law. Florence, and Vic. R.I.P.
IAWSO.V.-In memory of my dear son »nd cur dear brother. Thomas Ernest Lawson, who passed away March 10. 1945. R.I.P.
Memories are treasures no ene can steal. Death leaves a heartache no one can nial.
Inserted by mum. Alice, Percy (U.S.A.).
Bess. Dorrie, and Margaret.
LONGFORD.-In loving memory of my dear husband, father, and grandfather. Roley, who died March 10. 1945. Always remembered by his loving wife. Amy. daughter. Leila.; grandchildren. Roy. Jack. Marie, and Gloria.
LOUGHNAN.-In loving memory of our dear and only son. John (Johnnie) Ralnsford Loughnan, who was accidentally killed at Too- woomba on March 10. 194S. »ged 10 years 3 months.
Thy will be done.
Inserted by his loving mummy and daddy.
LOVE.-A tribute of love to my dear hus- band. Themas, who died March 10. 1942. Always remembered by his wife and famllv,
McGANN.-In loving memory ol my dear husband and our father. Patrick, passed away March 9. 1943. Sadly missed by his loving wife and family.
MacGREGOR.-In loving memory of our dear mother, grandmother, and great-grand- mother, who passed away March 9, 1945. Deep in our hearts a memory ls kept
Ol a mother we loved and shall never forget; A smiling face and heart of gold,
The dearest mother this world could hold.
Inserted hy her loving son and daughter-in law. Lance and Mary, end grandchildren. Jack, Lily, and Harry, great-grandchildren. Rennie, Johnnie. Margaret, ond Terry.
M»cGREGOR.-In loving memory of our dear grandmother, who passed away March 9,
A beautiful life full ot kindly deeds, A helping hand to those In need.
Always loving, unselfish, and kind.
What a beautiful memory sh» leaves behind. Inserted by her loving grandson and wife, Jack and Ethel.
MACKAT.-In memory of mv deer beloved son-in-law. Grant MacKay, who departed this life March 9. 1945. Ever remembered by Pauline »nd Clara Larsen.
MCMAHON.-In loving memory of my dear Vida, who passed away March 9. 1943. Many a sileni te^r. but always a beautiful memory of one we loved so dear. Inserted by her loving mother.
McMAIIO.V.-A tribute of love to the memory nf my dear sister. Vida, who passed away March 9. 1943. God will link the broken chain, os ene by one we meet again. By brother. Vincent.
MCMAHON.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Vida, who oassed awav Msrch 9. 1945. Always remembered by Jchn and Elsie.
McMAHOX.-Fend remembrances of Vida, died Marth 9. 1945. Inserted by her cousins. Jennie. George.
McMA.VUS.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. James McManus, who passed away March 9. 1945.
You are not forgotten, Jim. Nor will you ever be.
As long as life and memory last Wo will remember thee.
Always remembered by hi» wit; »nd lamily. MAHONEY.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Marie Jane, who passed away March 9, 1943:
A friend In need.
Inserted by her children. Muriel, Cecil.
MANSELL.-In loving memory of mv dear wife who passed away March ll. 1944
Inserted by her loving husband »nd famUy.
MARKS.-In loving memory of my hus- band, and lather of Nessie, Doris, also grandpa of Susan and Joy. Always re-
MARKS.-In memory of George Marks, who passed away March 10, 1945. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Richards.
MILLS.-In loving memory oi Phil Mills, who died March 9, 1944. Sadly missed. In- serted by her friends. Glad and Arch Moate.
MILLS.-In loving memory of Mrs. P. E. Mills, who passed away March B. 1944. Sadly missed by all her friends. Inserted by C. Gilham.
MUIR.-In loving memory of ma, who passed away March 9, 1945. Sadly missed. Inserted by Harry. Hilda, »nd Helen.
O'NEILL.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who departed this life March 8. 1929. Sadly missed by her daughter. Anne.
PAPWORTH.-In loving memory of my dear brother. Charles William, who passed »way March 9. 1945. Always loving, true, and kind,
a beautiful memory he leaves behind. Inserted by his sister. Ellie, niece and nephews.
PENEOS S.-In lovint memory of mv dear husband and cur deaf father. . Walter, who departed this life March 9. 1S40. The dearest father the world could \he!d: a loving pal. a hear! of ;eld. To thcV; who know him all will knew hew much wt lest, six yesrs ago. Inserted by ht» lewin: *dfe, Ivy, »nd chil- dren, Walter, June, Doreen,
PEZET.-Loving thoughts of a very dear mother and grandmother, who passed away March 10, 1943, and who's memory will live forever in the hearts of her daughter Sylvia Thorn, and granddaughter Joy Parsons.
PEZET.-A tribute of love to a dear old friend. Inserted by Jack Mackey.
TOWER.-In levine memory ot my dear wit
and^cur mother, Elizabeth, passed away Marc
God' will link the breiten chain. As ene by cnn we meet again.
Remembered by dad. Nell, Kath, grand children. Mabel, Alon.
IIOWSTO.V.-In loving memory of my den husband and our father, who passed awa
March 9, 1945.
You are not lorgotten, dad, dear. Nor will you ever be,
As long as Ute and memory last We will remember you.
Inserted by his loving wife and daughters
Yvonne and June.
ROWSTO.Y.-A tribute of love to the mern ory of our dear brother and uncle. Err who passed away March 9. 1045.
Happy and smiling, always content.
Loved and respected wherever he went.
Always remembered by Sari. Charlie, an
ROWSTON.-In loving memory of our dea brother, who passed away March 9. 1945.
Deep in our htarts a memory ls kept
Of a brother we loved and will never forge Inserted by his loving brother, Alt. sister In-law, Alma, and nephews. Ashley and Ern I SANDEMAN.-In loving memory of m;
darling nephew, Reg, who died March 10 1944. Never forgotten. Inserted by his lov
lng aunt. H. Nelson.
SAWLE.-In loving memory of our dca mother, Ada Ellen, who ps¿sed away Marci 10. 1942. Sadly missed by her loving daugh ters. Lil and Irene, sons-in-law. Bob om
SlIARFE.-In loving memorv or cur dea friend, Anne, passed away March 10. 1945 Always remembered by the Laws lamlly.
SMITH.-In loving memcry ol my don mother, Annie Elisabeth, who passed awa: March 9. 1636. Always remembered by he only son. Charles Colley.
SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear hus band and our lather. Ernest William (Bill) who passed away March 9. 1939. sadl missed by his loving wife and family.
SMITH.-Treasured memories of cur father grandlather, great-grandfather. Ernest WU hom (Bill), who passed peacefully away Marci 9, 19o9. Always remembered by his lovln; daughter. Ul, and family.
STRUCK.-In loving memory of Catherin Marr/aret Struck, who departed this life Marci lu, 1940; also her dearly beloved husband Henry, who died April, 1942. Inserted b Mrs. C. Bird and family. R.I.P.
TATTLER.-A thcught for to-day but i memory forever of our dear sen and brother ¡lon who passed away March 10. 1943 Inserted by his mum and dad. sisters ane
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of our dea: sister-in-law. Meg. passed away March ll 19?.?lremembered by Joy and Deus.
WADDELL.-Treasured memories cf my dar- ling daughter and sister. Jean, who passet away March 9, 1945. Deep in cur heart! a memory is kept, ot one we loved and nevei
elster Nell mlsîcd by hEr m°ther ane
WAINWRIGHT.-In loving memory of oui dear mother and grandmother, Amelia wh< passed away March 9. 1944. Always remem- bered by her son. Sid, Dorothy, and grand- children. Roy and Pearl.
WALSHAW.-A thought for to-dav. memorie! for ever of Auntie Lizzie, who departed th!; lire March 18. 1945. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of one we loved and will never forget. Inserted by Vera. Elsie, and
Vi.ALTOf<'-In 'ovins memory of our dear mother, who departed this life March 9. 1912. Inserted by her loving daughters and son-in law Winnie and James Hutton, and Daisy
WARBEN.-Loving memories of our dear 7J?ii?er' PosaHe. departed this life March 10.
IzSr'y, ,,Inserted by her loving daughters. Edle
WATSON.-Loving memories of Billy, diet March 7. 1941. Inserted by lond parents
brothers and sisters.
WATTS.-In loving memory of our deal mother, Jessie, who passed away March 10 1944. Sadly missed by her daughters Beryl. Edna. Marie. Dawn, and son. Nell.
WELLS.-In loving memory of our dee: mother. Phyllis, parsed away March 9 1927 also our dear father. Albert, June 4, 1939 Sadly missed by their loving family.
WEST.-In lcvlng remembrance of my deal husband and my dear father. George, wht passed away March ll, 1943. Inserted by hi: loving wife and daughter.
WESTWOOD.-In loving memory of our deaj father, who passed away March 7. 1945 Missed by Jack and Laura and grandchildren Wally and Teddy.
In memory of our darling sister. Vera who passed away March 9. Always remem- bered by her loving sisters. Nell. May one
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iHvOOKLH.-In loving memory ol our dea] son and brother, L.A.C. F. L. Brooker killed, aircraft accident. March 10. 1343 With love and pride always remembered.
CALLAGHAN.-Aus. 433892 F./S. W ('Des-) Callaghan. R.A.A.F., attachée R.A.F., 170 Lancaster Squadron. England 19.9 months, he ls presumed to have losi his life In Holland whilst returning froir cn operational flight over Germany on Marci 8. 1945. dearly beloved only son and brothel of Mr. and Mrs. W. Callaghan. Lalla ont Denise. Always In our hearts.
CALLAGHAN.-A tribute of honour ane remembrance to the gallant, members of cm sen's crew. David Palmer, John Walker Leslie Themas, Bunny Fuller. John Mahoney and Kenneth Powell. Inserted by Mr. ant Mrs. W. Callaghan, Fairfield.
CALLAGHAN.-F./S. W. ("Des"), grand- son and nephew of Mrs. L. Callaghan ant Mrs. 1. L. Condon. Alwavs loved and re- membered.
GAVEN.-In proudest memorv of Jack. 2/H Fid. Amb.. riled at Hanau. Borneo. Msreh IO 1945. VI. hts wife, and daughters. Jacquelin! and Melodie, can never forget.
KNIGHT.-In loving memory of Sgt. Ob- server Norman Knight, killed, air operation.« i Malta. March 9. 1942, aged 22 vears. Sadh
missed by his mother and father, brother ' Gordon, and sisters. Daphne and Marie.
I LEVETT.-David Levett. NX263S7. killed lr
action In Singapore. February 9. 1942. dear!; loved husband of Elsie, and loving daddy o; Iris. Always will te remembered. Gocd mer leave behind them footprints in the sand:
? of time.
LEVLTT.-In proud and loving memory o my darling sen. David NX26387. 2/20 Btn. killed In Malaya, February 9, 1942. Insertet by his sorrowing mother and stepfather. Mr and Mrs. Knopp.
LEVEÎT.-In proud and Irving memorv e: our dear brother. Dave. NX26387. killed ir action in Malaya Februarv 9 1942. Alwav: remembered by his lcvlng brother and sister, Fred end Evelyn.
MERRITT.-In memory of mv friend, Pilot Officer Malcolm Merritt (20 Squadron). who failed to return from operations. March 9 1945. Inserted by Gorden Stockbridge, late
MORRISON.-In proud and loving memor: of my dear husband and my dear father NX20337. L./Cpl. Robert Kenneth Morrison died March 9, 1944. p.o.w. camp. Burma God has you In his keeping. Beb. we havi you always In cur hearts. Always remember« by his loving wife. Dot. end son. Kevin.
MORRISON.-In loving memorv of our deal son and brother. Robert. Kenneth. NX20357 2/12. 8th Division, died while p.o.w.. Marci 9. 1944. Burma. Also tribute to his gallan comrades of Oth Division who paid the supremi sacrifice. Time takes away the edge of grief but sweet, memories turn back every leaf Inserted by hts loving mum. dad. brothers Keith. Wal., sister. Jean.
MORRISON.-In loving memory of my pal L./Cpl. R. K. Morrison. NX20357. who died whilst P.O.W.. Thailand. March 9. 1944.
We will always remember.
Inserted by his pals. Jim. Elsie and Ra; Lucas. 174 Parramatta Rd, Ashfield.
O'ROIJRKE.-In lcvlng memories of oui dearly loved brother. Alf (Coos), killed tn action. March 9. New Britain.
A beautiful brother only lent.
One of the best God ever sent.
Inserted by hts loving sister, brother-in-law. George, and family.
O'ROIJRKE.-In loving memory of A. G. ("Coos"), killed In action New Britain. March 9. 1945. 19th Inf.. Bn. ALF. Inserted bs his pals. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones. Balmain.
PARKES.-In proud but loving memory ol eur dear son and brother. 420497 F./O. William George, killed March 9. 1944, Kent, England.
God spoke two beautiful words, denied M
Mum. dad, and brother. Gordon.
PARKES.-In loving memorv of our dar- ling brother. Flylng-Offlcer W. G. Parkes, who gave his life March 9. 1944. Always In the hearts of Rene, Gordon, Dawn, and
PARKES.-In lcvlng memory of our dear brother, F./O. W. G. Parkes, lost his life, operational duties, England, March 9. 1944. Many a lonely heartache, many a silent tear: But always a beautiful memory ot one we
loved so dear.
Jean, chick, and Brian.
PARKES.-A tribute nf love to the memory of our dear brother. F./O. W. G. Parkes, lost his life March 9, 1944. Kent. England. We meei in the Garden of Memory every day. Bess and Frank.
PARKES.-In loving memory of Bill, a great pal and gallant airman, killed on opera- tions. March 9 1944. Inserted by his old friend. Corby, and the Pike family.
WILCOX. - Fond memory of my loved son and brother. Sgt. (Roley), accidentally killed March 10. 1942. So loved, so missed. In- serted bv his loving mum.
WILLSON.-N86167 Sapper Arthur Edward Willson, accidentally killed while on duty at Newcastle, March 10, 1943. aged 24 years. Always remembered by his loving wife and son, also his mother and father-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Marshall, of Blakehurst.
WILLSON.-In loving memory of our dar- ling son and brother. Arthur Edward, died at Newcastle Hospital, result of accident, March IO. 1943.
No one knows how much we miss you,
Arthur, darling. As time goes on we miss
Inserted by hts sorrowing parents and suter. Patricia (A.W.A.S.).
WILSON.-In treasured memory of Phil, Sgt. Phillip Arnold Wilson. A.I.F.. killed N. Guinea, March 10. 1943. Fondly remem- bered by his mum, dad. Nancye, Donald, also
Essie and Frank.
WREN.-A teken of everlasting love to the memorv of our dear son, L.A.C. Gordon. R.A.A.F.. passed away March 9. 1942. aged 19. Sadlv missed by his mother, father, and brother. Alan.
WREN.-In loving memory of my dear pal, Gorden. L.A.C. who passed away March 9. 1942. Eyer remembered by his loving esl. Beverly, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Pole and B>-rt._
IMrn. lo gat.. 1 '<> cr ll-i". min. 3 lln-O Mrs. HARRY YOUNG wishes to convey her
sincere THANKS lo all relatives and lûçnds
for their expressions of sympathy and werai tributes. \
Mr- A. C. LOCKWOOD, of 14a- Ireland Street. Burwood, wishes to THANK all re- latives and friends for floral tributes, tele- grams, 'phone calls, and expressions of sym- pathy during the recent sad bereavement In the loss of his dearly beloved wife; also doctors and nursing staff of Lewisham Hos- pital. Please accept this as my personal
Mrs. MARGARET GAY and FAMILY. 9 Railway Street. Corrimal, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind ex- pressions cf sympathy, floral tributes, cards, and telegrams In their recent sad bereave- ment. Also Mrs. Jardine for her kindness. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mrs. E. GIDDINS. 51 Beaumont Street, Rose Ba», wishes to THANK «ll relative» ""sod friends for kind expressions of sym-v patirst-Jri_her sad bereavement.
The FAMILY of the late EDWARD TYNE, of Helensburgh, wish to THANK all rela- tives and friends for floral tributes, telegrams, and kind expressions nf sympathy in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their beloved father. Please accept this as our per- sonal) thanks.
Thc FAMILY rf (he Ute ANNIE CHAM- BERLAIN, passed cwty Fct-uary 22. whh ta convey their a'.ncere THANKS to all rela- tives and trlcnds fer their expressens cl sym- pathy, floral tributes, and telegrams in their recent sad bereavement in the lou of thilr dear mother and grandmother. Annie Cham- berlain.
The FAMILY of the late ELIZABETH MARY HORNE wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and assistance In their sad bereave- ment. Please accept this ns personal thanks.
Mr J. H. HARDEN and FAMILY wish to THANK relatives and friends, also doc- tor and Mr. Rose, for their kind expressions ol sympathy In their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all kindly accept this as personal
Mrs. M PRENDERGAST and FAMILY, of a O'Sullivan Street, Surry Hills, sincerely THANK all their friends and neighbours tor their sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, cards and services. In their sad bereavement In thc loss of her dear husband and their lather and grandfather.
The FAMILY of the late JOHN KING wlsh»s to THANK relatives and friends for floral tributes. c?rds. and telegrams, especially Mrs G. Gcodrlck. for her kindness. In our recent srd bereavement.
Mrs. LOUISA TATTLER and FAMILY. 1« 4nn Street. Ameline, wish to THANK all rela- tives friends and neighbours fer their kind exorcisions of sympathy, floral tributes, tele- grams, end letters. In their recent sad be-
}lr> EILEEN FARMER and CHILDREN, bro'he'rs LLOYD and CLARRIE sister NELLIE wish to cenvev their sincere THANKS to ell relative, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions cf sympathy, floral tributes, cards end telrr/rams. Special thanks to members of ¿itv Tattersalls Club, doctors, nursing staff cf Rcysl South Sydney Hospital, and Mr. Sam Xltchlnscn In their sad loss of Gorden. Please accept this es cur personal thanks.
Mrs E. COX and FAMILY, of 17 Welling- ton Street. Mascot, wish to THANK ail rela- tive- friends, and ncighb-.urs for their kind expressions cf sympathy, floral tributes, cards. telegrams, »nd letters, In their recent be-
Mrs KATHLEEN RUSSELL wishes to THANK ali kind triends. also thc staff and employees of the State Abattoirs, for their kind expressions ol sympathy in her sad bereavement.
Mr and Mrs. THOMAS SMITH and FAMILY of Glenorie wish to THANK all kind friend» and relatives. lor expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement. Kindly accept this as personal thanks.
Mrs. K. HAUGHEY and FAMILY wish to convev their sincere THANKS to ell relatives and Mends lor their kind expressions o£ svm.pa.thy In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mr. RICHARD B. CRANE and FAMILY wish to THANK relatives and friends, also members of the Ticket Examiners' and Ticket Collectors' Staff for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral' tributes, and letters, In their sad
Mr. and Mrs. A. HUMPHRIES and FAMILY, of 94 Lakemba Street, Lakemba, wish to THANK the doctor and nurses cf Western Sub- urb's Hospital, also relatives and friends for floral tributes, telegrams, etc., In their recent
Mrs. EVA DAVIS and FAMILY wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kindness sympathy, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement.
Mrs. LUCY MCLEOD and FAMILY, of 1!5 ' Northmead Avenue, Northmead. wish to ' THANK Rev. E. Walker, doctors, matron, and
staff cf Parramatta District Hospital. Inter- mediate Ward, fer their kindness and atten- tion to our loved one in his recent short Illness, managing director, management, staff, employees, end foundry of Howard Auto Culti- vators, all business associates, relatives and friends fer floral tributes, cards, letters, tele- grams, in our recent sad loss. Will all please accept this as our personal and very sincere ; thanks.
Mrs. S SANDS. 20 Crabbes Avenue, wil- loughby, desires to express her sincere THANKS to all relatives and trlends for their expres- sions of sympathy telegrams, letters, and floral tributes in her recent sad bereavement in the loss cf her dear husband. Special thanks to the medical, nursing staff of the Royal North Shore Hospital for their attention and kind- ness. Pleas; accept this as my pcn-cnal thanks.
The FAMILY of the late JANE MITCHELL, cf 1U0 Parramatta Road. Burwood, sincerely wish to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes: letters, cards, and kind expres- sions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of their beloved mother.
Mr. and Mrs. TOWNSEND, of Willoughby wish lo sincerely THANK all relatives and Friends for expressions ot sympathy In the sad loss of their son. Robert. Please accept this as pereonal thanks.
The FAMILY of the late Mrs. GORDON, of Willoughbv, wish to express sincere THANKS to all Relatives and Friends for expressions of svmpBthv in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. LEN MCCARTHY and FAMILY wish to THANK all friends end relatives fer their kind expressions of sympathy extended upon the death of Shlela. also sisters and patients at Randwick Hospita!.
Mrs. ELIZABETH LENEHAN, of 96 Windsor Street Paddington, wishes to extend her sin- cere THAKKS to Rev. Father Wogan. Mon- signor Hurley. Sisters of St. Joseph, relatives, friends and neighbours, for their kindness and sympathy in thc sad loss of her dear husband.
PATRICK G ARNEY. Lidcombe. FRANK. WIFE. ROD. and KEVIN. Randwick, sln cerelv THANK all friends for floral tributes and other tokens of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement In the death cf their sister, sister-in-law. and aunt. Mary Hayes. Please accept as personal thanks.
Mr. and Mrs P. H. FORBES and FAMILY, also Mr. and Mrs. R. M. FORBES, of Bel- more, wish to THANK all friends for kind expressions cf sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this ss personal
Mrs. M. MEEHAN and FAMILY. Of 40 Wallis Street. Woollahra, wish to convey the r THANKS to relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, tele- grams, In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as pcrsrna! thanks.
Mrs. LILLIAN THOMSON and FAMILY, nf Ermington, wish to-sincerely THANK re- latives and friends for their kind expres- sions of sympathy In their recent sad bereave- ment and loss of their beloved husband and fathT Robert Lennie Thomson, and to ten- der deepest GRATITUDE to the Ermington and West Ryde Masonic Lodge. Please accept this as personal thanks.
Mr. E. A. CLOUGH, oj «vedoçk and his SON (Eric! cf Toronto wish to THANK rela- tives and friends lor messages and floral tri- butes during their recent sad bereavement. Please accept, this as our personal thanks.
Mr. CHARLES ISAACS and FAMILY', of Victoria Road, Drummoyne, sincerely wish to THANK all relatives and tríenos for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. .
Mrs. MARY BRUMFIELD. 12 Gallipoli Street. Lcng Jetty, wishes to TANK rela- tives, kind friends for sympathy in the loss of her husband. Please accept this as my personal thanks.
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