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BIRTHS

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BERGMAN (nee Alder).—July 5, at St.   Margaret's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Berg- man—a daughter (Yvonne Jane).

DUNKERLEY (nee Dorothy Higgins).—June   30, at Braeside private hospital, Stanmore, to Les (Bill) Dunkerley and Dorothy—a daughter (Lynette Ann). Both well.

ELDRED.—July 4, 1946, at B.M.D.A.M.             Hospital, Katoomba, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith G. Eldred, of Leura—a daughter (Merrilyn

Elizabeth).

ELLIS (nee Robertson).—July 5, 1946, at   Women's Hospital, Crown Street (private), to Rae and Gordon—a son.

FEWTRELL.—July 3, at Caborisha Private         hospital, Castlecrag, to Bob and Doris—a daughter (Heather Norma).

HODGE.—July 3, at Mater Misericordiae   Hospital, Crow's Nest, to Ted and Joan—a   daughter (Susan Marie).

HOLMES.—July 1, at Pacific hospital, to   Kathaleen and Norman—a son (stillborn).

LOXTON (nee Evans).—June 28, at Lan-   chester private hospital, Neutral Bay, to Robert and Gwenith—a daughter (Lisbeth

Ione).

PACE (nee McCabe).—July 6 at Crown   Street Hospital, to Mavis and Jack—a son (Ronald John). Both well.

PEPPER.—July 4, to Connie and Harvey, of Gosford—a son (David John).

STACY (nee Tooker).—June 30, at King   George, to Dorothy and Bill—a daughter (Terry Suseann Josepheen). Both well.

WASS.—June 20, at Warren, to Patricia,   wife of John Seaton Wass, Yanganbil, Warren —twin daughters.  

ENGAGEMENTS

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ANSELL—WENSOR.—The Engagement is   announced of Shirley Eileen, eldest daughter   of Mr. G. T. Wensor, 12 Baroona Road, North-   bridge, formerly of Wyong, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ansell, Main Avenue,   Yanco.  

BRIDGEMENT—KAYE.—The Engagement is announced of Flora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaye, of West Wyalong, to Charles,

son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bridgement, of

Kogarah.

BUCKINGHAM—DRANSFIELD.—The En-   gagement is announced between Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dransfleld, Collie, W.A., and Bill, only son of Mr.   and Mrs. W. W. Buckingham, Glenorie, via

Parramatta, N.S.W.

CARROLL—ELLIS.—The Engagement is an-   nourced of Gene Royal Ellis, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ellis, Merrylands, to Cornelius Carroll, youngest son of the late Detective-Sergeant Carroll, Concord.  

CROKER—DOUBLEDAY.—The Engagement   is announced of Rayna, only child of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Doubleday, of Kogarah, to Colin, second son of Mrs. E. E. Croker, of Kogarah,

and the late C. Croker.

FLETT—McDONNELL.—The Engagement is announced of Daphne May, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Beaton, of Gilgandra, to Lloyd Henry Crofton, the son of Mr. and Mrs.

P. H. C. Flett, of Taree.

LEWIS—POTTER.—The Engagement is an-   nounced of Elaine, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr. J. A. Potter, of Orange, to Kevin, youngest son of the late Mr. J. Lewis and of Mrs. H. Lewis, of Campsie.  

O'SHAUGHNESSY—GORDON.—The Engage-   ment is announced of Ann Gordon, of Potts Point, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gordon, to Lieut. Geoffrey O'Shaughnessy, R.A.N.,  

only son of Mrs. T. O' Shaughnessy and the late Mr. O'Shaughnessy, of Manly.  

SINGE—FORD.—The Engagement is an-  

nounced of Dorothy Francis (A.W.A.S.), eldest           daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ford, of Orange, to John Charles (A.I.F.), eldest son of Mrs. H. Richards and the late Mr. J. C. Singe, of Hurstville.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS

DALBY—GRAY.—1896, at Lambton, by   Rev. David Young, Alfred Ernest Dalby, to Mary Ross Gray. Present address: 56 Finlay-

son Street, Lane Cove.

HANNAN—PATON.—July 8, 1896, at Pyr-   mont, by the Rev. R. S. Paterson, Martha, youngest daughter of W. Paton, of Pyrmont, to John, eldest son of A. B. Hannan, of Pyr- mont. Present address: 19 Jacobson Avenue, Kyeemagh, N.S.W.

HARTLEY—EDWARDS.—July 8, 1896, at   St. Mathias' Church, Paddington, by Rev. J. Gillett, Herbert to Elsie. Present address: Karlco, Saratoga.

THOMAS—JAMES.—July 8, 1896, at Mil-   ton, by Rev. Robert Johnstone, Mary Eliza- beth James to Henry Thomas. Present address, St. Ives, Shellharbour.

ROLL OF HONOUR

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ton, 17th A.W. Coy., passed away peacefully   at A.G.H., Concord, July 5, 1946, aged 22     years, darling son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Middleton, brother of Lorna and Joe, 36 Goulde Street, Canterbury.

DEATHS

IMon. to Sat., 1/6 per line, min 3 lines.] ANDERSON.—July 7, 1946, at her residence,   28 Crawford Road, Brighton-le-Sands, Harriett     Anderson, dearly loved mother of Edith, George (deceased), and Alice, aged 90 years. See Tuesday's "Herald" for funeral announcement.  

ANDREWS.—June 30, 1946, at her home,   Coleraine, Mt. George, Alison Cameron, dearly loved infant daughter of Reg and Hope Andrews and loved sister of Alan, aged

1 month.

BAIRD.—July 6, 1946, at his residence   Araluen, 21 Mackenzie Street, Padstow, John Arthur Baird, formerly of Tamworth, and loved husband of Hilda Baird, aged 78 years.

BALL.—July 7, 1946, at his residence, 13 La Perouse Street, Manly, Charles Ball, dearly beloved husband of Mary Ann Elizabeth Ball, and loving father of Minnie (Mrs. Golosky, deceased), Ruby (Mrs. Lawrence), Florence (Mrs. Hickinbotham), Olive (Mrs. Sharp),

Charles, and Sydney Ball, aged 82 years. At

rest.

BELL.—July 3, 1946, at Caulfield, Vic toria, beloved husband of Elizabeth May, father of Ronald (Mummulgum), John (West Wyalong), and Lorna, Mrs. Barratt, Caulfield,

Victoria), aged 76.

BENSON.—July 7, 1946, result of acci-   dent, Norman Willis, of 24 Red Lion Street,

Rozelle, beloved husband of Phyllis, dear faher of Barry, aged 36 years. For funeral arrangements see Tuesday's "Herald."  

BENSON.—July 7, 1946 (result of acci-  

dent), Norman Willis, dearly loved son of Mrs. Margaret Benson, 26 Waterloo Street, Rozelle, dear brother of Mabel (Mrs. Mul- ler), Stan, Jack, and Alma (Mrs. Aggett),

aged 36 years.

BOARD.—July 6, 1946, at her residence,   12 Park Street, Campsie, Eliza Mary Frances, dearly beloved wife of the late Edwin Charles Board, and loving mother of Rose (Mrs. F. Smith), May (Mrs. F. Edgecomb), Isodore, and Elsie (Brodie), Edward, William, Mary, and Joseph Board. At rest. Aged 88 years.

BOWMAN.—July 4, 1946, at Brisbane, Miss   Beulah Bowman, late of Buckingham's, Oxford   Street. Interred Bulimba Cemetery, Brisbane, 5th instant. At rest.

BRADLEY.—July 7, 1946, at his residence, 185 Denison Street, Bondi Junction, Frederick William Bradley, dearly loved brother of Caroline (Mrs. W. Archer), and loving uncle of George, Charlie, and Linda (Mrs. A. Watts).

BRADLEY.—July 7, 1946, at his residence,   185 Denison Street, Bondi Junction, Frederick William, dearly loved husband of Eunice Brad- ley and loving father of Vida (Mrs. J. Clifton), Frederick, and Stella (Mrs. T. Parry).

BREHENEY.—July 6, 1946, at her resid- ence, Arulen, 121 Windsor Street, Padding-

ton, Johanna Breheney, loving sister of Mary

and Julia. R.I.P.

BUCKINGHAM.—July 6, 1946, at her resi-

dence, 71 Flers Avenue, Earlwood, Ruby Jean Buckingham, beloved mother of Mavis Ann (Mrs. F. O'Connor), and fond sister of H.   Peters, aged 54 years. At rest.

BUCKMAN.—July 7, 1946, at hospital,   Randwick, Henry Joseph (Harry) Buckman, of 228 Albany Road, Petersham, formerly of Peak Hill, dearly loved husband of Ivy and dear father of Lionel, Jack, Ted (deceased),

and Kevin. In his 70th year. R.I.P. For funeral announcement see Tuesday's "Herald."  

CARMICHAEL.—July 4, 1946, at his resi-

dence, 4 Kynaston Avenue, Randwick, Francis Leslie, dearly beloved husband of Lily May and loving father of Leslie Eileen (Mrs. H. B. Edwards) and Cecile Frances (Mrs. E. H. Samuel). Privately cremated on July

6, 1946.

CASS.—July 6, 1946, at 9 Telopea Street,   Redfern, dearly beloved mother of Lily Plow- right and grandmother of the Maurice Plow- right family, and of Bernard Plowright (Lon- don), aged 84 years. At rest.

CASS.—July 6, 1946, at 9 Telopea Street,  

Redfern, dearly beloved mother and mother- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Ban-   nard and grandmother of Helen, Judith, and Trevor, of Wattle Street, Punchbowl. R.I.P.  

CHAMBERS.—July 7, 1946, at her daugh-   ter's residence, 3 O'Connell Street, Kogarah,     Johannah Chambers, beloved mother of Nellie (Mrs. Hoffmann), Herbert James, Frederick, Elsie (Mrs. George), Ernest, Alfred, and Ossie, aged 85 years. R.I.P. See Tuesday's     "Herald" for funeral announcement.

CHASELING.—July 7, 1946, at his resi-  

dence, Leets Vale, Boyd Hughes, dearly loved   husband of Rosa Chaseling and father of Valerie, Ronald, Daphne, Adin, Elaine, aged

64 years.

CLEWS.—July 7, 1946, at the District Hos-   pltal, Bowral, Sarah Ann, widow of the late James Clews, of Mittagong, dearly loved mother of Dom (Goulburn), Jin (Canley Vale),

Eileen (Woonona), and Josie (Bowral), aged

75 years. R.I.P.

CONOLLY.—July 6, 1946 (suddenly) at   her residence, Ross Street gate, Parramatta Park, Lily, dearly loved wife of Phillp, and fond mother of Bob, Alick, and Clarence,

aged 60 years.

COOK.—July 7, 1946, at her residence,   122 Lennox Street, Newtown, Elizabeth, be-

loved wife of Thomas Joseph Cook, loved sister of James and Mary Morrison, Mary Peach, and Ellen Gumley, and dear daughter-in-law     of Mrs. Margaret Cook. R.I.P. See Tuesday's  

"Herald" for funeral notice.

COUCH.—July 6, 1946, at her residence,   2 Anderson Street, Alexandria, Phoebe Couch, beloved wife of John Joseph Couch, late of Harden, and dear mother of Sydney, Mary, Coral, and Grace, aged 64 years. At rest.  

COURT.—July 7, 1946, at her daughter's     residence, 64 Leopold Street, Croydon, Ellen Winifred, widow of the late Joseph Edward   Court and dear mother of Joseph, John Ellen (Mrs. C. Atkins), David, Ben, and Margaret (Mrs. H. Duff), mother-in-law of Olive, Mary,     Charles, and Hartnett, and grandmother of Mary, Jacqualine, Helen, Michael, Anthony, Paul, Timothy, David, and Peter, aged 77 years. Requiescat in pace. For funeral   announcement see Tuesday's "Herald."  

COUSINS.—July 7, 1946, at his residence, 23 Balfour Road, Rose Bay, Hedley Mews Cousins, dearly beloved husband of Jean, and father of Hedley, Vivian (Bob), Ida, Dorothy, Edeline, and Muriel, aged 65 years.

COVEL.—July 7, 1946, at the Mater Miseri-    

cordiae Hospital, Charles Scott Covel, beloved father of Roy and Neville, loving son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Covel, of 17 Carr Street,

Waverton, and dear brother of Jack and Hilda, in his 49th year.

CRAUFURD.—July 7, 1946, at a hospital,   Ralph Leslie, beloved husband of Nellie Crau- furd, loved father of Ernest, Marie, and

Esma, aged 88 years.

CURT.—July 7, 1946, at her residence, 47   Fore Street, Canterbury, Alice, widow of late   Edwin Curt, and dearly loved mother of Phil, and beloved sister of Rose (Mrs. Fairclough),

aged 78 years.

DAWSON.—July 7, 1946, at his residence,   78, corner Ray Road and Kent Street, Epping, Charles, beloved father of William, Charles, James, Betsy (Mrs. Morgan), Harry, Mar- garet (Mrs. Elgood) and Mary (Mrs. Bad- ham), aged 86 years.

DENMAN.—July 6, 1946, at his residence,   90 Barton Street, Kogarah, Albert Denman, dearly beloved husband cf Noreen (Dolly) and loving father of Margaret, aged 38 years.

DENMAN.—July 6, 1946, at his residence,       90 Barton Street, Kogarah, Albert Denman, dearly beloved brother of Edward, William,   Ewin, Robert, and Clarence, and loving son- in-law of Mrs. Rosie Green (Bexley), aged  

38 years.  

DOHERTY.—July 6, 1946, at a private   hospital, Hannah Doherty, of 29 Arthur Street,   Croydon, beloved sister of Kate Denneen, aged

70 years.

DEATHS

DOUGALL.—July 7, 1946, at Sydney, John Henry, late Macdonald, Hamilton and Co.,

Sydney, widower of Rachael Dougall and father and Madge (Mrs. H. L. Kaye), of Melbourne.

DRAKE.—July 6, 1946, at Ryde District Hospital, Anna Jane, dearly loved wife of James Andrew (Andy) Drake, of 6 Ross Street, Gladesville, aged 71 years.

DRURY.—July 7, 1946, at her daughter's     residence, 66 Northumberland Road, Auburn, Mary Jane, widow of the late Samuel James Drury, and dear mother of George, Theresa   (Mrs. Guyot), Frank, Margaret, Eva, Frederick, and Herbert, aged 95 years. In God's care.  

EATON.—July 6, 1946, at Royal North Shore Hospital, Andrew Edwin, beloved hus- band of Avis May Eaton, of 16 West Crescent, McMahon's Point, and loving father of Andrew,   Joyce, and Kenneth, and loving father-in-law     of Dorothy, aged 68 years.

FATHERS.—July 4, 1946, at hospital,     Joyce, dearly beloved wife of Leslie Fathers, loving mother of Graham, and dear sister of Jeanne (Mrs. Rolfe). Privately cremated, Saturday, July 6, 1946.

FATHERS.—July 4, 1946, at hospital,   Joyce, loved daughter-in-law and sister-in-law         of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fathers and family,

of Lidcombe.

FISHER.—July 5, 1946, at Prince of Wales   Hospital, Randwick, William George Fisher (late 1st A.I.F., 56th Battalion), beloved   husband of Elizabeth Ann Fisher, beloved father of Paul William, dear brother of Harold, Gordon, and Tom, and fond step- son of William Angus, aged 48 years.

FORD. —July 7, 1946, Mercy Jane Ford, of   2 Wakeford Road, Strathfield, widow of Ebenezer Ford and dearly loved mother of     Emile J. Ford, Thelma M. Stevenson, and Marjorie F. Ford, aged 77 years.

FORD. —July 7, 1946, Mercy Jane, loved   sister of Mr. A. A. Baker, of Eastwood, Mrs. M. A. Glasson, of Manly, Mrs. H. Pegler, of Rosehill, and Mr. W. G. Baker, of Rose

ville.

FRYER. —July 7, 1946, at her residence, 24 Cormiston Avenue, Concord, Beatrice Sophia, dearly loved wife of Edwin Charles Fryer, and dearly loved mother of Clarice, aged 57 years. At rest.

GARDNER. —July 5, 1946, at Gloucester House, Ellen, dearly beloved wife of Charles Stanley Gardner, of 47 Gloucester Road, Hurstville, and loving mother of Edric, Valerie (Mrs. Hill), Nancy (Mrs. Gardner).

GARLING. —July 7, 1946, at Sydney, Minnie Christina, widow of the late Arthur Frederick     Garling, of Gilgandra, beloved mother of Daisy (Mrs. J. J. Burke), Arthur, Milton, Lois, Audrey, Jean (Mrs. Le Fevre), in her 80th

year.

GIBSON. —July 7, 1946, at his residence, 231 Victoria Street, Ashfield, Bertie George Lynn Gibson (late of Eveleigh Workshops),  

beloved husband of "Miney" and loved father   of George Lynn and Marjorie (Mrs. James), aged 61 years. For funeral notice see Tues

day's "Herald."  

GRAFF. —July 7, 1946, at her residence, 64   

Wattle Street, Haberfield, Edith Florence Graff,

belo!ved sister of Alice (Mrs. McKay, de ceased), Emily (Mrs. Lambert), Ada (Mrs. Arnold), Amelia (Mrs. Yeoman, deceased),

Alick, Syd, Alfred, and Arthur. For Funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."  

GRAHAM. —July 7, 1946, at his residence, 2 Arthur Street, Leichhardt, George Hamilton Graham, dearly loved husband of Doris   Adell Graham, and beloved father of George, Ron, Adell, Ern, Bob, Lou, and Arthur, aged

47 years. At rest.

GREEN. —July 7, 1946, at a private hospital,  North Sydney, John Thomas, beloved husband of Sarah Ellen Green, and loving father of Mary (Mrs. E. L. Tyler), Geoffrey, Ralph, Betty, John, and Gordon, aged 65 years.

GREEN. —July 1 (suddenly), Henry Charles Green, of Bondi Junction, beloved brother and

brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Mr. and     Mrs. W. Green, Elsie, Eileen, Mr. and Mrs. A. Green, and Jack. Requiescat in pace.

GRICE. —July 7, 1946, at 250 Patrick Street, Hurstville, William Grice, beloved husband of Elizabeth, and loving father of Rose (Mrs. W. Ward), William, Winifred (Mrs. C. Readford), and Doris, aged 69 years.

See Tuesday's "Herald."  

HALL. —July 7, 1946, at 40 Andreas Street, Petersham, William Edwin, beloved father of Aubrey, Edgar, Matthew, Christopher, Ray mond, Noelene, and Edward, and loving father- in-law of Isabel, aged 49 years. Requiescat in  

pace.

HALLETT. —July 4, 1946, at her residence, 50 Penrose Street, Lane Cove, Elizabeth, be loved wife of Percy Hallett and mother of Percy W., Pearl (Mrs. A. C. Scarl), Thel (Mrs. N. D. Vaughan), Sid, and Pat (Mrs. R. A. Humphery), aged 78 years. (Privately

cremated.)  

HAMILTON. —July 6, 1946, at 33 Matthews Street, Punchbowl, Catherine, widow of the late Thomas Hamilton, and beloved mother of Mary (Mrs. R. Jack) , Joan (Mrs. E. Kirby), Catherine (Mrs. W. Grant), Isabella (Mrs. W. Logan), and Allan, in her 85th year. Privately interred Rookwood, July 7, 1946.

HANSON. —July 7, 1946, at his residence, 71 Young Street, Redfern, Andrew Edward Hanson, dearly loved father of Wilbur, Ber nice (Mrs. Sheldon), and Valetta (Mrs. Kenny), aged 65 years. At rest. See Tues day's "Herald" for funeral announcement.  

HERRING. —July 6, at his daughter's resi

dence, at Rumker Street, Picton, William George, relict of the late Kathleen Ann Herr ing and loved father of Fred, Fanny, Mary,   Thelma, and Doris, aged 68 years.

HILLSON. —July 6, 1946, at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Lillian Jane Hillson (nee Cochrane), beloved wife of George Charles Hillson, aged 50 years. At rest.

HOLLAND. —July 6, 1946, at her residence, 5 Rawson Avenue, Bexley, Emma, deariy loved wife of Walter V. Holland, and dear mother of Walter and Charles.

HOOD. —July 6, 1946, George Gavin Hood, beloved brother of Grace (Mrs. G. Fenick), Belle (Mrs. I. A. Lucas), Harry (deceased),

William, and John, Rupert Hood, aged 59

years.

INSHAW. —July 6, 1946, at his residence, 1 Jellicoe Street, Concord, John Edwin, be

loved husband of Em, and loving father of   Sydney, Nellie, Edwin, and fond father-in-law   of Frances, Edith, and fond grandfather of John, Elizabeth, Valerie, Janette, and Mar jorie, aged 59 years. By request no flowers.

IRVING. —June 5, at Randwick Military Hospital, William John, dearly beloved brother of Mrs. S. Birch (Manly), Mrs. T. White (Parramatta), and Mrs. M. Shorter (Paddington), aged 70 years. Wagga papers, please copy.

JACKSON. —July 6, 1946, at the Mater   Misericordiae Hospital, North Sydney, Robert Francis Jackson, late of Piermont, dear brother of Charles, Mary (Mrs. W. White), George, and Peter, aged 55 years.

JACOB. —July 6, 1946, at Royal North Shore  Hospital, Mabel Edith, beloved wife of Albert   William Jacob, of 14 Upper Bay View Street, North Sydney, and loving mother of Raymond, Athol, and Gordon Parrish, Gladys (Mrs. Stedman), Edna (Mrs. Moore), Unice (Mrs. James), aged 51 years.

JAMES. —July 6, 1946, at her residence, 361 Homer Street, Earlwood, Jane (Madam),  

beloved wife of Percy T. James, and dearly loved mother of Lorna, George, Nance, Dot, Farl, and Frank, aged 59 years.

JOBLING. —July 6, 1946, at a private hospital, Croydon, Ethel Mary, widow of the late Cyril Frank Jobling and dear mother of Muriel (Mrs. W. B. Chant), aged 59

years.

JOBLING. —July 6, 1946, at a private hos pital, Croydon, Ethel Mary Jobling, of 29 Arthur Street, Croydon, dearly loved sister of Elsie, Rube and Iris (Adelaide), aged 59

years.

JOHNSTON. —July 7, 1946, at her sister's residence, Mrs. J. H. Forshaw, 11 Woodside Avenue, Hurlstone Park, Eliza Ann, dearly loved mother of Isabel (Mrs. W. Straughair, Spearwood, Fremantle), dear sister of Mary (Mrs. J. Bentley, New Zealand) and Edith (Mrs. J. H. Forshaw).

KANE. —July 7, 1946, at Sydney Hospital,

Jenny Martha, dearly loved wife of Thomas Michael Kane, and loved mother of Henry, William, Jean, John, Thomas, James, Ronald, and Norma, aged 53 years. R.I.P.

KEELEY. —July 7, 1946, at his residence, 11 William Street, Randwick, Christopher Graeme Keeley, beloved husband of Mary Keeley, and dear father of Winifred (deceased), Daphne, and Lorna. At rest.

KENT. —July 6, 1946, at his residence, 59 Yarram Street, Lidcombe, Phillip P. Kent, be   loved husband of Irene and loving father of Shirley, Bill, and Neville, aged 43 years.

At rest.

KILFOYLE.—July 5, 1946, at her resi  

dence, Craig Lynn, Lawson, formerly of Auburn, Margaret, relict of Peter Kilfoyle and dearly loved mother of Clare and Charles Williamson. Requiescat in pace.

LANCE. —July 6, 1946, at her daughter's residence, 12 Cuthbert Street, Bondi Junc tion, Mabel May, widow of the late Edwin George Lance and dearly loved mother of Doris (Mrs. C. Crowcroft), and Kenneth, aged 70 years.

LEIGHTON. —July 6, 1946, at 32 Myall   Street, Merrylands, Charles Leighton, dearly loved husband of Ethel Leighton, and loved father of Dorothy and Frank, aged 56 years.

LEWIS. —July 6, 1946 (suddenly) at 118   Norton Street, Leichhardt, Thomas Henry, dearly loved husband of Helen Elizabeth Lewis and father of Thomas Henry, Junior, aged 62 years.  

LOVEDEE. —July 7, 1946, at his residence,   47 Sanoni Avenue, Sandringham, Arthur James (Jim) Lovedee, dearly beloved husband of Nellie and loved father of Jack and Irene, and dear brother of Jack, George, and Alf, aged 60 years. At rest. See Tuesday's "Herald"  

for funeral notice.

LOWE. —July 5, 1946, at Western Suburbs Hospital, John E. Lowe, loved husband of Olive, and dear father of June, Nancy, Mar

garet, and John, and loved son of Mrs. Frances

Lowe.

McDONALD.—July 6, 1946, at his residence,   67 Cardigan Road, Chullora, James Winston McDonald, beloved husband of Mary Louisa, aged 69 years. At rest.  

McDONALD.—July 7, 1946, at the home of   the Good Shepherd, Victoria Street, Ashfield, Annie Josephine McDonald, in her 33rd year. Requiescat in pace.

McGRATH.—July 5, 1946 (result of acci-

dent), Donald Bruce, beloved son of Joseph McGrath, of 71 Hay Street, Ashbury, and loving brother of Gwenneth and Paul, aged 21 years. R.I.P. Interred Northern Suburbs.

7/7/'46.  

McLEAN.—July 5, 1946, at her residence, Elaine, Delmar Parade, Deewhy, Christina Eleanor, dearly beloved mother of Olive, Mona, Edna, Adela, Percy (deceased), aged 31 years. At rest. Privately cremated at Woronora.

MACBEITH.—July 7, 1946, John Arthur   Macbeith, late of Coolah, beloved husband of Johanna and loved father of Olive (Mrs. Zannit), Alma, Norman, Alice, and Jean, and grandfather of Georgina, John, and Nor- man, aged 71 years. R.I.P. For funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."  

MANN.—July 1, 1946, at her residence,   Caroline Jacintha, loving mother and mother- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Leyshon (Mick) Mann,     16 Norfolk Street, Paddington, and loving gran cf Biddy, Elaine, Connie, and Vonnie, and great-grandmother of Denise and Ernest.  

At rest.

MEAGHER.—July 6, 1946, result of acci-  

dent at Narromine, L.A.C. Vincent James Meagher, R.A.A.F. of 31 Robert Street, St.

Peters, dearly loved son of James and Agnes Meagher, and dear brother cf John and Patricia, aged 29 years. Requiescat in pace.

MIDDLETON.—July 6, 1946, at Eastwood, Joan Florence, dearly beloved wife of Kenneth,

aged 22 years.

MIDDLETON.—July 6, 1946, at Eastwood,   Joan Florence, dearly loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Still, and loving sister of Marjorie, Dorothy, Kenneth, and Raymond,

aged 22 years.

MIDDLETON.—July 6, 1946, at Eastwood,   Joan Florence, dearly loved daughter-in-law     of Mr. and Mrs. G. Middleton, and loving sister-in-law of Raymond and John, aged 22    

years.

MILLER.—July 6, 1946, at Randwick Auxil-

iary Hospital, Allen, beloved husband of Irene   Miller, of 10 Cary Street, Leichhardt, and dear father of Allen (Jackie), and Patricia, aged 32 years.

MILLINGEN.—July 7, 1946, at St. Vin-   cent's Hospital, Myra Anne Millingen, of   Greenknowe, Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point, dearly loved wife of Herbert Stanley Millin- gen, and dear sister of Vera Merriman, Pearl Stallman, and Fred Borchardt. Requiescat in pace. For funeral arrangements see Tuesday's  

"Herald."

MORELLI.—July 7, 1946, at his residence, 20 Thomas Street, Lewisham, Joseph Charles,  

husband of the late Ellen Morelli, dearly loved father of Harold and Ernest, and dear brother of Edward, Emma, and Samuel, In   his 85th year.

DEATHS

MORRIS.—July 7, 1946, at a private hos-pital, Sydney, late of 2 Daintrey Court, Dain-

trey Crescent, Randwick, Isabella, widow of the late Michael Joseph Morris and dear mother of James, Colin, Edith Mary (Mrs. A. F. Davis), Linda Isabelle (Mrs. Sinclair), Leo Alban Morris, aged 81 years. Requiescat in

pace.

MURPHY.—July 7, 1946, at her residence,   Wombarra Heights, Wombarra, Elizabeth Murphy, beloved wife of William Murphy, and dear daughter of George and the late Eliza Snape, aged 38 years (suddenly).

NEAL.—July 6, 1946, at her residence,     Rawson Crescent, Turramurra, Eva, dearly beloved wife of George and loving mother of Hector and May, aged 81 years.

NEWING.—July 4, 1946 (suddenly), Frances Saunders Newing, dearly loved son of Ann   Newing and dear brother of Henry (U.S.A.),         Lily, and Amy, aged 56 years. Privately in-

terred in the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood, on

the 6th instant.

NOBLE.—July 6, 1946, at her sister's resi-  

dence, 175 Midson Road, Epping, Minnie Ellen Noble, late of Adison Road, Manly, widow of Eric William Noble, and adored mother of Minnie (Mrs. H. Henry), Dorothy, Keith   (R.A.A.F. deceased), and Vivienne, and       mother-in-law of Haldene, Henry, and loved    

grandma of Jill, aged 55 years.

NOBLE.—July 6, 1946, Minnie Ellen Noble,   late of Addison Road, Manly, dearly loved youngest daughter of the late Richard and

Ellen May, and loved sister of Lin (deceased), Ethel, Fred, Syd (deceased), Lilian and Ruby aged 55 years. NOLAN.—July 4, 1946, Joseph Harold, be-   brother of Charles B., John T. (deceased), Eileen Rose Nolan (deceased), aged 53 years. Privately interred. OLIVER.—July 7 ,1946, at her residence,     Chatswood, Mary, beloved wife of the late   John Oliver and dear mother of Iva Oliver. See Tuesday's "Herald" for funeral announce-ment.

OLIVER.—July 7, 1946, at her residence, Francis Street, Artarmon, Sarah M., eldest

daughter of the late Henry and Mary Oliver, of Blayney.

PINSON.—July 6, 1946, at her residence 333 Victoria Road, Marrickville, Florence Isa-   bella Pinson (relict of the late William Pin- son), and dear mother of Alma (Mrs. Dunn), and Dick, aged 72 years. At rest.

PITTMAN.—July 6, at Park Street, South   Yarra, Victoria, Katherine G., beloved wife   of the late Edward F. Pittman.

POOLE.—Ju!y 6,1946, at Camden District Hospital, Frank, beloved husband of Martha Poole, of Murray Street, Camden, and dear   father of Jean (Mrs. Slack-Smith), and Mary Mrs. Sparks), and loved grandfather of John,  

Janet, Sandra, Ann, and Frank, aged 61 years. POOLE.—July 6, 1946, at Camden District Hospital, Frank Poole, of Murray Street, Cam- den, beloved brother of Alf, Arthur, and Elsie (deceased), aged 61 years.

POWELL. —July 6, 1946, at a hospital, Ka-     toomba, Frederick Rowland Powell, beloved father of Walter, and dear father-in-law of Dinah, and       fond grandfather of Diana and Billie. At rest. Melbourne papers, please copy.

QUICK.—July 4, passed away at hiss home,   Lane Cove, Bernard James, 67 years. Pri-  

vately cremated.

RAVENSCROFT.—July 6, 1946, at her   daughter's residence, 22 Clareville Avenue,   Dolls Point, Lillian Ravenscroft, dearly loved     mother of Mona and Norman, aged 57 years.

English papers please copy.

REICHEL.—July 7, 1946, at his residence, 62 Wardell Road, Undercliffe, Philip Christian Reichel (late of Nundle), beloved father of Wilfred, Florence (Mrs. W. Warnick), Philip, Ada (Mrs. W. Taylor), and Arthur, aged 75

years. At rest.  

REYNOLDS.—July 7, 1946, at a private   hospital, Concord, Alice Jane, beloved wife of William Reynolds, of 17 Cheddar Street, South Hurstville, loved mother of Eric, Kenneth,

Noel, Lawrence, and Sylvia.  

RIXON.—July 6, 1946, at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Georgina Rlxon, beloved mother of Maude (Mrs. Smith), and dear

aunt of Kenneth and Alfred Siddens, aged 69 years. At rest.

SCOTT.—July 7, 1946, at her residence, Nevertire, Douglas Street, St. Ives, Jane, be-

loved wife of James Scott, and loving mother of Elizabeth, Bella, Herbert, Douglas John, Mary, William, David, Jean, Maurice, and   Walter, in her 79th year. R.I.P.  

SEAGE.—July 7, 1946, at the residence of his niece, Mrs. W. J. Foran, James Joseph Aloysius Seage, aged 79 years. Requiescat in pace.

SHEPHARD.—July 6, 1946, Alexander  

Edward Shephard, of 19 Elizabeth Street, Alla-

wah, beloved husband of Reta, and loved father of Kevin, Alan, and Marie, aged 44 years.

SMITH.—July 7, 1946, at Western Suburbs     Hospital, Edith Drew Smith (late of 184 The Boulevarde, Strathfield), dearly loved wife of Will and dear mother of Vera (Mrs. E. Mur- ray), Ivy (Mrs. J. Dennis), Dorothy (Mrs. G. Hillerman), and great-grandmother of Jill,  

Robert, Colin, and David, and sister of Nellie (of Bristol, England), age 75 years. At rest.

SMITH.—July 6, 1946, at the Children's     Hospital, Camperdown, Trevor David, dearly beloved infant son of Arthur and Olive Smith, of 322 Military Road, Cremorne, and loving brother of Norman, aged 3 months.

SPARK.—July 7, 1946, at a private hospi-    

tal, North Sydney, Grace, beloved daughter of Jane Collins, of 37 Albany Street, Crow's   Nest, and loving sister of Keith and Olga, and niece of Elizabeth and Claude Spark, aged 34 years.

STANDRING.—July 6, 1946, at 21 Tillock   Street, Haberfield, Jane Standring, loving   mother of Ruth, Mill, Rose, Nance, Bob, and Arthur, and loving aunt of Ron and Bobbie,

aged 93 years.

TAYLOR.—July 6, 1946, at her residence, 2 Third Avenue, Eastwood, Rose Ellen, relict of the late William John Taylor, and loving father of Charles, George, Sarah (deceased),

Bill, Fanny, Albert, Ellie, Bob, Fred, and

Walter, aged 84 years.

TAYLOR.—July 7, at Glenelg, Adelaide, suddenly, Edith Mary, loving mother of Ben and Norah (Mrs. Kenneth Steele).

TEE.—July 6 ,1946, at St. George District   Hospital, Walter James Tee, dearly loved hus-

band of Ellen Tee, and dear father of Mabel (Mrs. Madsen) and step-father of Edwin,   Fred, and Len, aged 66 years. At rest.

TOWNSEND.—July 6, 1946, at Manly Dis-     trict Hospital, William Charles Townsend, of Newport Hotel, Newport (late of Mel- bourne), husband of Daisy Roberta Townsend, of St. Kilda, loving father of Jean (Mrs. J. Harpley) and William, of West Coburg, Victoria, aged 65 years. At rest.

TUCKETT.—July 7, 1946, Charles Bernard,   beloved husband of the late Annie, formerly of Brighton Beach, Victoria, loved father of Ethel (Mrs. Cook), Charles, Helton, Agnes (Mrs. White), Margaret (Mrs. Hardie), and Leslie, aged 86 years.

VARLEY.—July 7, 1946, at his daughter's   residence (Mrs. A. C. Chapman), 49 Rosa Street, Oatley, James Varley, dearly loved father of Reginald, Muriel (Mrs. A. Chapman),

Vera (Mrs. J. Bradford), aged 82 years. By re-

quest, no flowers.

WATSON.—July 7, 1946, at 33 Palace   Street, Ashfield, Lillian, relict of James W. Watson and dearly loved mother of Gladys (Mrs. E. F. Jackson), Laura (Mrs. F. Pog- son), Lloyd, and Percy, aged 79 years.

WAUGH.—July 6, at a private hospital, Melbourne, Nellie, dearly beloved wife of John William Gordon Waugh, 113 Emmaline Street, Northcote, formerly of 161 Falcon Street, North Sydney, aged 35 years.

WAUGH.—July 6, 1946, at his residence, 31 Isobel Street, Belmore, Arthur Edward, beloved husband of Mabel Waugh and loved father of Keith and Gladys, aged 51 years.

At rest.

WENDELL.—July 6 ,1946, at 2 Silex Road, Mosman, William Arnold, beloved husband of Venetia Maria Wendell. Interment will take

place in U.S.A.

WILLIAMS.—July 6, 1946, at her residence,   543 Gardiners Road, Mascot, Jane Williams, relict of the late Edward Williams and dearly beloved mother of George, Elsie, Amy, Ivy, Edna, and Olga, aged 77 years. R.I.P.

WILSON.—July 5, 1946 (suddenly) at his   residence, 371 Sydney Road, Balgowlah, John Henry Wilson (Harry), late 2nd and 54th Battalion, p.0.w., 1st A.I.F., dearly beloved         husband of Violet Irene and loved father of Jack, aged 61 years.

WOMSLEY.—July 6, 1946, at her daugh-  

ter's residence, Ann Womsley (relict of the   late John Womsley), and dear mother of Ivy (Mrs. Maynard), Lily (Mrs. Biddlecombe),

Linda (Mrs. Rossiter), John (deceased), and Arthur, aged 74 years. At rest.

WOODS.—July 7, 1946, at Lewisham Hos- pital, Bridget Woods, of 11 Milton Street, Leichhardt, beloved mother of Sister M. Agatha, L.C.M., and William, aged 74 years.

Requiescat in pace.

WOTHERSPOON.—July 5, 1946, at his re-

sidence, 17 Grasmere Read, Cremorne, Walter Edward, beloved husband of Lilian Wother- spoon, and loving father of Colin, Marie (Mrs. G. J. Hales), aged 67 years. Prlvately cre- mated, July 6, 1946.

YATES.—July 5, 1946, at Marrickville Hos-   pltal, Ernest, dearly beloved husband of Flor- ence Yates, of 17 Charles Street, Marrlck- ville and dearly loved father of William, Ernest, Florence (Mrs. Redgate), Albert, and Ruby (Mrs. Lindsay), loving grandfather of Ruby (Mrs. Wilson), and Messrs. William and John Thorn, aged 67 years.

YOUNG.—-July 7, 1946, at a private hos-     pltal, Potts Point, Reginald Ernest Young, dearly loved husband of Philomena, of Ver- sailes Flats, Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst, aged 58 years.

YOUNG.—July 7, 1946, at her sister's resi-   dence, 10 Buffalo Road, Gladesville, Annie, relict of the late Robert Young, late of Foveaux Street, Sydney, and beloved sister of Mary Green, Stanley, and Catherine Coney, of Gladesville, aged 52. R.I.P.

IN MEMORIAM

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ABEL.—In loving memory oi my dear   wife and our loving mother, Ivy Margaret, who departed this life July 8, 1945.

So much in life is lacking,

And searching is in vain;

The brightest hours went with you

And can never be again.

Inserted by her loving husband, Victor, daughter, Phyllis, and son, Ronald.

ADAMS.—In memory of my dear husband   and our father and father-in-law, and grand-     father, Edward J. Adams, who passed away

July 8, 1942.

Many a lonely heartache,

Often a silent tear,

But always a beautiful memory  

Of one we loved so dear.

Inserted by his loving wife, children and

grandchildren.

ANDERSON.—In loving memory of our dear   son and brother, Ernie, who passed away July

8, 1942.

To bo with us in the same old way Would be our dearest wish to-day.  

Inserted by his loving mother, father, brother, Bill, sister, Maude, and Aunty Vi.

ANDERSON.—Treasured memories of our     dear brother, brother-in-law, and uncle, Ern-     est Walter, who passed away July 8, 1942.

A memory we will cherish forever Of a loved one so dear to us all.

Inserted by his loving brother, Bob, sister- in-law, Alice, nieces, Valerie, Marlene, Judith,  

nephew, Bobby.

ANDERSON.—Time passes but memories al-   ways remain of our dear brother and brother-   in-law, Ernest Walter, who passed away   July 8, 1942. Never forgotten by his loving   brother, George, and sister-in-law, Florence.    

ANDERSON.—In fond remembrance of Ernest Walter, who passed away July 8, 1942.

Dear in our hearts a memory is kept

Of a cousin we loved and will never forget Inserted by his loving cousins, Bobbie,  

Edna, and Robert.

ANNABEL.—In loving memory of our only   dear son, Reginald Arthur, accidentally killed Mascot Aerodrome, July 8, 1934.

Some day when life's journey is ended   We shall meet our loved one again.

Insertcd by his loving mother and father.

ANNABEL.—Memories of our dear only bro-  

ther and brother-in-law, Reg, who met his     death at Mascot Aerodrome July 8, 1934.

We keep in our hearts the love of the  

past.

Inserted by Vera and Lewis.    

AVERY.—Time passes but memories remain,     of our dear mother, Florence, died July 8, 1944. Ever remembered by her loving daughter,

Gertrude and son-in-law, Vic.    

AVERY.—In loving memory of our dear   sister, Florrie, who died July 8, 1944.

In God's care now.  

Remembered by your brothers and sister.

BACKHOUSE.—In loving memory of our   dear father, Robert, who passed away July   8, 1939. Inserted by his lovlng family.

BAILEY.—In loving memory of dear Glady (Durey), called home July 8, 1943. Never

forgotten by mum and Doll.  

BEASLEY.—In loving memory of my dear   sister, Margaret Jane Beasley, who fell to sleep July 7, 1945. Inserted by her Ioving sister, Eleanor Martinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bynon and family.

IN MEMORIAM    

BENNETT.—In loving memory of our dear   wife and mother, who passed away July 8, 1945. Never forgotten by Dad and Viv.  

BENNETT.—In loving memory of dear mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother,     Viv, Sadie, and Toni.

BOND.—Cherished and everlasting memories   of our darling daughter and sister, Joan, whom God called home July 8, 1942.

A cheery smile, a heart of gold.

The dearest daughter and sister this world

could hold.

Forever loved by her mother, father, sisters,

and brother.

BOND.—Treasured memories of my beloved   sister, Joan, whom God called home July 8,

1942.

Always good, unselfish, and kind,

Few in this world her equal to find.

Forever in the heart of her devoted sister,  

Corinda.

BOND.—In loving memory of Joan, who   passed away July 8, 1942. Always remem- bered by Netta and Noela.

BOND.—Sad thoughts but beautiful mem-   ories of our most treasured and dearest friend, Joan. Remembered forever by the McMurdo

family.

BOURNE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Constance, who passed away July 8, 1943. Inserted by her loving son, Cyril,   and daughter-in-law, Doris, and dear Yvonne.    

BUDDEE.—A tribute of love and sweetest memories of my dear wife, Grace Elsie, who

fell asleep July 8, 1943. Sadly missed by

her ever-loving husband, Charles.    

BUDDEE.—Loving memories of our dear   mother and grandmother, Grace, who passed away July 8, 1943. Sadly missed by George, Iris, and family.

BUDDEE.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Grace Elsie, who passed away July 8, 1943. Always in our hearts. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, John.    

BUDDEE.—In loving memory of Grace Elsie,     passed away July 8, 1943. Sadly missed always by Fred, Mavis, Peter, and Kevin.  

BURNS.—In loving memory of my dear   mother, Ellen, who passed away July 8, 1941. Loved and remembered by her daughter, Ivy.

At rest.

BURNS.—In loving memory of dear grand-   ma, who passed away July 2, 1942. Inserted by Pansy, Stan, and family.

CHANEY.—In loving memory of my dear   mother, who passed away July 8, 1935. In- serted by her loving daughter, Gertie.  

CHIGNELL.—In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, Catherine Mary (May), passed away July 8, 1932.    

A little token true and tender,

Just to show we still remember. With tender love and deep regret

We who loved you will never forget.

Inserted by her loving husband and daugh-

ter, Elaine.

CHIN.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Clara, passed away July 8, 1944. Always remembered by her loving daughters,

Dolly and Cissa.

COWLEY.—Passed away July 7, 1944, Chas.,    

late M.N. Ever remembered by his loving     wife, sons, mother, and brothers, Fred and

Zac.

CROKE.—For ever are the memories of my

dear wife and our mother, Mary Fennella,   who passed away July 8, 1940.  

Our hearts still ache with sadness,

Our eyes shed many a tear,

God alone knows how we miss you,  

dear mum,

As it ends this sixth sad year.

Always remembered by her loving husband,

children, sons-in-law, and grandchildren.      

CUBETT.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our mother, who passed away July

8, 1926.

It does not take a special day

To bring her back to mind:  

The days we do not think of her

Are very hard to find.   Inserted by her loving husband and family. CUBETT.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 8, 1926.  

Many a lonely heartache,

Often a silent tear;

But always a beautiful memory

Of the one we loved so dear.   Inserted by her loving son and daughter-

in-law, Les and Nita.  

DAINTRY.—In loving memory of my dear   father, Thomas Daintry, passed away July 7, 1942. Sadly missed by daughter, Nellie, and  

family.

DARBY.—Loving memories of my dear   brother, Herb, also my dear sister, Elizabeth Wood, whom God called home July 8, 1944, and July 14, 1945. Always remembered by Dave, Sarah, and family.

DIGGINS.—A beautltul memory of our dearly   loved daughter, sister, and aunt, Daphne, who passed away July 8, 1944. Lovingly re- membered by her mother, Edna and Len, Norma and George, and nephews, Rae, Don, and Ian, and sincere friend, N. Eddy.

DIGGINS.—In loving memory of Daphne, passed away July 8, 1944. Inserted by Beryl,

Mervyn, and Dawn.

DOOLAN.—A tribute to the beautiful   memory of our beloved daughter and sister, Norma Perl Nee Gunter, who left us July 8, 1941, aged 25 years. Inserted by her lov- ing father and sister, Marjorie.  

EMERY.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, passed away July 8, 1945. Inserted   by Gladys, Edna, Enid, Jes, and Grace.

EVERETT.—In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Thomas.

Not a day do we forget you,

In our hearts you are always near; We who loved you sadly miss you,

As it dawns another year.

Inserted by his loving wife, Linda, daughters,   Kit, Nel, and Linda, son, Jack, daughter-in-   law, Phill, brothers-in-law Jordan and Mick,    

and grandchlldren.

EYLES.—In loving memory of our dear father, William Graham, who passed away July 8, 1945. Ever remembered by his daugh- ter, Alice, and son-in-law. Will.    

FIRKIN.—Sad thoughts but treasured mem-   ories of my darling little son, Kelvin, who fell asleep July 7, 1942. Sadly missed by his father, Mr. G. Firkin, 248 Mitchell Road,

Alexandria.

FIRKIN.—In loving memory of our dear   little grandson and nephew, Kelvin, who passed away July 7, 1942. Sadly missed by his grandparents and uncles, Bert, Stan, and Ron, and aunties, Daphne, and Rose, and Great-grandmother Firkin.. Mrs. B. Firkin,   248 Mitchell Road, Alexandria.

FIRKIN.—In loving memory of our darling   little nephew and cousin, Kelvin, who was accidentally killed July 7, 1942. Sadly missed   by his auntie, Thelma, uncle, Barney, and cousin, Clarrie. Mrs. T. Firkin, 83 Glebe

Street, Glebe.

FIRKIN.—In loving memory of our dear   little nephew, Kelvin, who was accidentally killed July 7, 1942. Sadly missed by his auntie, Vera, uncle, Tom, and cousins, Joyce, Hazel, and Coral. Mrs. V. Firkin, 9 Phillip

Street, Alexandria.

FLETCHER.—In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, Joyce, who passed away   July 7, 1943. Inserted by her loving hus- band and sons, Reg, and Max.

FOLDI.—In loving memory of my dear   husband, Andrew Joseph, who was called home July 7, 1943.

A lonely heart, and a silent tear.

Inserted by his loving wife, son, Herc.,   daughter-in-law, Annie.  

FREEMAN.—In loving memory of Bede, who   passed away July 8, 1943. Loving husband of Elsie, and father of Ralph and Doris.

GILBERT.—Loving memories of our won- derful mother and nanna, our best pal, Tory, who passed away July 8, 1945.

Darling, how we miss you,

Never will our memories fade.

Some day when life's journey is over  

We will meet, darling loved one, again. Missed and longed for by daughters, Jean, Peg, babies, Sandra, Jennifer, and Charles, sons-in-law, Colin and Leo.  

GILBERT.—In loving memory of our dear sister and aunt, Tory, departed this life July 8, 1945. Always remembered by Lil, Alan,

and Erskine.

GOLDSTEIN.—In loving memory of our   dear father, Isaac, who passed away July 7, 1923. Never forgotten by his children.

GOYEN.—In loving memory of my dear   son, Will, who passed away July 6, 1945. Inserted by his loving mother, E. Goyen.

HALL.—In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, called to rest July 8, 1943. Missed but not forgotten by her loving hus- band, Harry, and children, Jack, Charlie, Nell, Peter, Janet, also Berta.

HALL.—In memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 8, 1943. Inserted by her son and daughter, Johnny and Berta.

HAMMOND.—In loving memory of our dear   mother and nanna, Maud, who passed away July 8, 1944. Sadly missed by her son, daugh- ters, and grandchildren.

HEALEY.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our mother, Phoebe Louisa, who passed away July 8, 1945. Inserted by her loving husband and family.

HEALEY.—In loving memory of father and   grandfather, who departed this life July 8,

1945.

Deep In our hearts a memory is kept  

Of one we loved and will never forget.

Inserted by daughter, Mary, son-in-law, George, grandchildren, Mary, Georgie, Shirley, and Johnnie.

HEWITT.—Sad and lonely memories of dar-   ling mother, Nana, whom God called home eight years ago to-day.  

Treasured and loving memory that no one

could steal,

With a sad and lonely heart that no one

could heal.

Sadly missed by daughter and son-in-law,    

Ada and Jack.

HEWITT.—Deep in our hearts is the memory   of one we will never forget, our darling mother and nana, who fell asleep July 8, 1938. Sadly missed by Linda and Jack, grand- children, Gwen, Jack, and George, and great- grandchildren, John and John.

HIGGINS.—In loving memory of our darling   Jean, who passed away July 8, 1937. Always in our thoughts, mum and dad.

HOOPER.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our mother Ellen (Mum), who de- parted this life July 8, 1937. Inserted by

dad and family.

HOOPER.—In memory of our dear mother,   You shall not be forgotten by sons, Clarence, Stanley, daughters-in-law, and grandson, Ron-     ald (ex-R.A.N.).        

HUNT.—In memory of my loving wife and mother, Ethel Maude Hunt (nee Miller), who fell asleep on July 8, 1945. To live in hearts you left behind is not to die. In- serted by her loving daughters, Lily, Ruby, and loving husband, Jim.

HUNT.—In loving memory of dear mother   and grandmother, Ethel.

God watched you as you suffered,

He knew you had your share,

He gently closed your dear blue eyes

And took you in His care.

Inserted by daughter, Lily, grandchildren, and great-grandchild.  

HUNT.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother, Ethel   Maud, who fell asleep July 8, 1945.

Many a long heartache,

Many a silent tear,

Always a beautiful memory

Of our mother dear.

Inserted by daughter, Louisa, son-in-law,     Boy, and grandchildren, Valerie, Patricia,

and George.

HUNT.—In loving memory of our dearly beloved, who fell asleep July 8, 1945.

You left behnd a broken heart,

The ones that loved you most sincere,

Have never yet nor never will forget

you, mother dear.

Inserted by her loving son, Rupert.

HUNT.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Florence Hunt, who passed away July

8, 1945.

Sadly missed.

Inserted by her children, Edgar and Isabel.

HUNT.—In loving memories of our dearly beloved mother and grandma, who passed away July 8, 1945.

It's just one year ago to-day,    

As I remember well,  

We sat beside your bedside,

To say our last farewell.

Inserted by her loving daughters, Bub, Dorothy, sons-in-law, Lennard, Walter, also     grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  

HUNT.—In loving memory of Florence Isa-     bell, who passed away July 8, 1945.

What peaceful hours we once enjoyed, How sweet their memory still.

Inserted by her loving friend, Clara Robert-

son.

IVIN.—In loving memory of our dear wife   and mother, Elsie, passed July 8, 1941. In-   serted by loving husband and daughter, Olive.

JAMESON.—In loving memory of our dear   mother, Margaret, passed away July 8, 1944. Inserted by Jessie and Harry.  

KAYE.—In loving memory of my dear hus-

band and our father, Jack Kaye, who passed away July 7, 1939. Always in the thoughts of   his loving wife and children, Betty, Nancy,

and John.

KAYE.—In loving memory of our dear son,   Jack, passed away July 7, 1939. For ever in

the thoughts of his loving mother and father.

IN MEMORIAM   KEHTLE -In loving memory of mr dear husband and our dear father brother and cousin Thomas who fell asleep July 8 1944,

He sleeps in God s beautiful garden In the sunshine of perfect peace

Inserted bs his losing wlfo Clara and fam- ily brother John cousin Pat

KEMrLE -In fond memory of our dear dad and grandfather Themas called home Juli 8 1944 Loved remembered alwass Sadly missed by his son Rob daughter In law Doris and grandson Robert

KEMrLF -In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather Thomas Kcmple who passed away July 8 1944

V ou art not forgotten dad Nor -will sou eier be

Inserted by Len Girlie Wanda Jeff Noel Audrei and Brian (RAN)

KING --In treasured memories of Roaclle who rassed awav Juli 8 1941 Sadly missed by her mother father broilers and sisters

KLHD-Deep in our hearts is an cser lastlng loie and cherished memories of a loilng wife and mother Ethel who passed

awry July 8 1944

The face wr loied Is missing The loice we loved Is still

A place Is vacant In our broken hearts

Which never can b» filled as It ends this

second sad sear

Inserted by her loving husband Ted son Phillip and daughters Josce and Bcrvl

McMJCnAlS -Ever loving memories of our da4 passed away July 8 1942 Inserted by daughter June son In law Alan

MACGRAVV -In loilng memorv of my dear husband and our father William David who pasoed away lulv 8 19J2 Inserted by his loving wife and family

MacGRAVV -In memory of our father and grandfather William David who parsed pway July 8 1932 Inserted by his ron Wes daughter In law Bess and grandchildren Beni and Barbara

McLEOD -In losing memory of our dear father Alex who passed away July 8 1939 Eier remembered b% his son and daughter

McMICHAN -In lming memory of my dear husband and our daddv Bernard Andre-i who fell asleep July 8 1942 Iruerted by Lily

June Joan and Noel

McMICHAN -In cicrlastlng memory of our dear dad Bernard Andrew who passed away July 8 1942 Always remembered bs daugh ter Joan and son In law Jack

MADDOCKS -In loving memorv of our dear brother and uncle George who departed this life July 7 1942 Alwass remembered Inserted by his loilng sloter Bella and

family

MAHOOD -In memory of my dear mother Annie ElUabcth sister and aunt who passed away July 8 1943 Inserted bv her loving daughter Lllv Baker sister Lils niece Cis

MATHESON -In loving memory of our dear mother who passed awas Julv 8 1943 Ever remembered bj her loving son and daughter In law Dudley and PhiT

MOORE -in loving memorv of my dear son In law and our brother In law Frank who pas-ed awav July 8 1938 Alwais re membercd bv Mrs V McAdam and family

MORTLOCK -Treasured memories of my dear wife (Emily) also our dear mother and grandma called home July 8 194J Sweet memories still remain Inserted by husband

and family

MOUNT -In loving memorv of Da-îhne pa^'ed to rest July 8 1944 Inscited by her loving husband Norman mother and father In law Joy Csril "nd John

MOUNT (DIG(.IN») -in loving memory of our dear friend Daphne who passed awas Juls 3 1944 Alwass remembered by Nadlna and

Bill

PAINT -In remembrance of mr dear hus band Patrick (Pat) passed awas July 7 1944 Inserted by his loving wife Ivy

PERKINS -In memory of my good and faithful wife Mary Agnes Perkins who died July 8 1929 Inserted bv Horace Perkins

PETCHELL-In loving memory of my dear father Frederic William Sadly missed, Muriel.

PHILLIPS -In loving memory of our dear   mother Sarah Thoroughgood who passed away July 8 1934 Inserted by her loving sons   Charlie and Gus daughter in law and grand

children

RIDDELL -In loving memory of Robert who passed away July 7 1943 Always remembered Daughter Elsie and son in

law Tom

RITCIHT -Not Just to day but evcçy day In silence I lovingly remember mv darling hus

band William R Ritchie whom God called Home July 8 1943 His sad and lonely wife

Amy

RITCHIE -Tender memories oí our beloved mother passed away at Bega Juh 8 1945 Inserted bv her loring sons le and Ha-old

ROBERTS -In cherished memories of mi darling daughter Margaret Su^an who passed away July 8 1945 Inserted by her loilng dadds

SAUNDERS -In loving memory of my be loved wife and our dear mother Margaret died Julv 7 194J Always remembered

SINCLAIR -A tribute to the memory of ms h isband and our dear dad Robert Henry who departed this life July 8 1944 Al ways remembered by Marjorie and famil Jean Hilton Donald and Leslie

SINCLAIR -A tribute to the memory of Harry from Neta Jim and °hlrles

SMITH -In loving mctnoT of our dear wife and mother Pearl Beatrice who passed away July 7 1944 Eier remembered by her loi in? husband George and daughter Joan

SMITH -In lov lng memon of my dear mother who fell asleep Julv 7 1944 Loved and remembered alwais by her daughter Shlrles son In law Harr) and granddaugh-

ter Robvn

SMITH -In loving memorv of our dear mother who passed away July 7 1944 Al- ways remembered by her loving daughter Valerie sen ln-Ww Ted granddaughters

Janctte and Pomcla

SMITH -In loving memory of our dear mother Pearl Beatrice who paosed away July 7 1943 Alwass remembered by her daughter Gweneth son In law Harcourt and grand- child Barry

SMITH -Deep In our hearts a memory Is kept of one we loved and will never forget our dear mother Christina who departed this life July 8 1943 Always remembered by her loving family

SOLOMON -In loving memory of my dear wife Nellie who departed this life June 8

1945

Memories are treasures no one can steal Death leaves a heartache no on» can heal Inserted by her loving husband Pcrc)

STEPHENS-Losing memories of my dear husband Fred died luly 8 1944 The memory of the Joss we shared those happv days together still binds us In a love divine that death can never sever His loving

w Ile Bess

STRFFT -A tribute of love to my dear dad Walter who passed sv ay July 7 1945 There s a face we will always remember

There s a voice we love to recall

There s a memory well cherish foreier

Of a father so dear to us all

Remembered always bs Meg Lyn and

family

W ADE -Treasured memories of our loving mother Emma Ra,e who passed away July 8 1940 Alwais remembered and sadly missed by Girlie Cecil, and Len

WEIR -In loilng memory of our dear mother Bertha who passed away July 8 1945 Sadls misled by her daughter Violet and sons Reg and Bill

WHCLPTON -in loving memory of my dear mother passed away July 8 1941 Inserted by Jack and family

W HELPTON -In loving memorv of my dear mother and grandmother Marg Elizabeth who passed away July 8 19"1 Always remembirtd by Olga Jim and grandchildren Dorothy and

Jack

VYHELPTON -Cherished memories of our mother who passed away July 8 1941 In- serted by Cyril Louise Minna and grand-

children

VV KITTEN -In loving memory of Ron who passed atfay July 8 1945 Always remembered by mother Babs and Thelma At rest

WHITTEN -In fond memory of Ronald, who died July 8 1945 I miss sou Ron Bill

Smith

WORDSWORTH-To the beautiful memory of my dear sister who passed to higher life July 8 1936 Sadly missed by her loving sis

ter Han

God watched you as you suffered

And took vou in His care_

ON ACTIVE SERVICE

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Bl CkFOItD -Cherished memories of Alf NX38910 8th Div Ele died P O W Burma July 8 1943 aged 20 years

Neath a white cross standing serene

Our son and brother lies burled ] He heard and answered the Hlgn Command Leaving those who loved him

aod s greotc-t gift-remembrance Mum and sisters

BELL -In proud and beautiful memory of my gallant sen and our brother Warrant officer Hilton C Bell missing presumed to have lost his life over France July 8 1944

Always In our hearts

Mother sisters Dulcie and Dorothy and

bro her Sid

CnoOK -Leslie Lieut NX3800 killed In action Syria July 8 1941 Always remem bered and sadly missed by mother father and brother George (of Merchant Navy)

EVFRFTT -In memory of my mate Fred- die killed In action Ballkpapan July 7 1945 From his pal Russ Humphreys

riLGATE -In everlasting memory of Richard Hall Sgt 10 A G H died P O W Malaya July 8 1944 Always my friend-no other like vou Bill

GOODHEW -In loving memory of my dar- ling husband L /Bdr Reginald Keith Good- hew NX50201 killed in action Ballkpapan Borneo July 8 1945 Zone

GOODIII VV -In loving memory of our dear son In law and brother In law L /Bdr Regl nald Keith Goodhew Mum dod and John

GOODHEW -In fond memory of Keith killed In action Borneo July 8 1945 In sertcd by J F Rogers

JACKSON -A tribute to the memory of Bro Leslie Ernest Jackson who died p o w

July 8 1945 also VVor Bro Arthur John Landon died July 27 1944 and Bro Thomas Dalson killed In action October 23 1942 We will al! meet In the Grand Lodge aboie Inserted by the members of Lodge Cammeray No 444 U G L of NSW

JOHNSTON -A tribute of love and memory to our dear son and brothel NX666a2 W O 2 Bruce Hutton died while pow Thailand July 8 1943 Inserted by mother father Graham and Margaret

JOHNSON -In proud and cherished tre-norle« of our dear brother and uncle Prlv S Joinson NX2G121 1st Aust Salvage Unit (ret ME) who made the supreme sacrifice in New Guinea July 7 1943 We miss him most who loved him best Inserted by sister Florence and niece Marge

J01CE-Cherished memories of 421598 Fit /Sgt Brian Martin RAAF missing ever France July 8 1944 aged 23 years Loved and remembered alvvava by his mother father sisters Sheila and Marie and loilng friend

Betts

LLF -In treasured and loving memories of our dearest sen NX172G94 Pte C D Lee killed in action Bougainville July 8 1945

His duty learlessly and noblv done

Inserted bj his loving lonely mum and dad LFE-Prrud and losing memory of Pie E D Ice killed in action Bougainillle July 8 1915 Inserted by lils loving Auntie Jeannette Uncle Albert cousins Edward and

Peter

LCD -In loving memory of Claude who fell asleep on Bougainville Julv 8 1945

A beautiful life full of kindly deeds A helping hand for those in need

Sadly missed by Pat and Harrington family IYNE-Loving memories of Art NX13189 S /Sgt A V died Juh 8 1945 nt 102 A G H Ekibin Fcmcmbcred always Sister Joyce

McEWAN -NX527T5 Cpl Robert Ian 2/0 Field Ambulance In everlasting memory of our beloved youngest brother died pow

Borneo Ju'y 8 1945 Inserted b his sister

and brothers

MtL\ ILLC -Cherished memories of Lieut lohn richard W Mell Hie 2 33rd Aust Inf

Batt belovid husband of Clarice and dear daddy of Roslyn killed In action at Ballkpapan

July 8 1945

MEIVILLfc-In fond end loilng memorv of Lieut John Richard W Melville killed in action at Ballkpapan July 8 1945 In sertcd by father and mother In law (Mr and Mrs S Ryder) Evelyn and Gtoige (Mrs and

Mr G Bridge)

SMALL -In loving memory of NX118384 Pte Harold Small who died of wounds July 7 1943 at 103 A G H Baulkham Hills Renting where no shadows fall Inserted by loving father mother olstcr and brother

SMITH -In loilng memory of our dear son and brother Llfut Frederick A R Smith arcldentallv killed New Guln»a Jills 8 1942 ngrd 22 sears Fvnr remembered br father mother. Charle»» and BhlrJer

r ON ACTIVE SERVICE

BTÏBB4BD -In loving memory of our dear son «nd brother W /O Navigator lohn Hamilton who made the supremo sacrifico In France Julv 7 1044 Sadly missed by dad mum and Betts

STUART-In memory of Frank NX32174 2/13 Regt died pot Thailand lulv 8 1941 beloved son of Mildred Stuart brother

of Ken Brian Bia ce

WOOD -To the memory of our beloved Stan killed lulv 7 1942 Inserted bv li' wlfe mothrr fnther brother and sisters

RETURN THANKS

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... HILDA S3KES and 1 AMILA of Wattle Street Mortdale wish to TH».NK all relatives friends and neighbours for floral tributes cards and letters of sympathy In their recent «ad bereavement

Mr ELLA and FAMILY of Clara Strpct Frsklnevlllo wl«h to sincerely THANK rela

lives friend" pnd neighbours for tympalhy and condolences in their recent sad be

reav ement

Tile FAMILY of tho late LUKE DU*U3UR\ lfte rf Ma-cot and Hurstville wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind ex premiers of sympaths floral tributes card and telegrams In the lOuS of their d-arly be- loved father Please accept this at "nal lhr.nl«_

FUNERALS

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ANDREWS-lhe Relatives and Friends of

The Family of the late Charles Wood Andrews of 120 Salisbury Read Camperdown are kindly Invited to attend his romeral to leave our Chapel 3 Mis enden Road Camper down This Mondas at 1 30 p m for Metho

dist Cemetery Rookwood Wood Cofflll

Limited

BAIRD-Tlie Relatives and Friends of the

late John Arthur Baird of Araluen 21 Mackenzie Street Padstow are kindly Invited to attend his Ftneral to leave our Chapel

South Terrace Bankstown This Monday at 1 30 p m for Crematorium Rookwood Wood Cofflll Limited

BALL -The Relatives ond Friends of Mrs

Mary Ann E Ball and Family aie kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their loving Father Charles Ball to leave St Matthews Church of El gland The Corso Manly This (Mon day) Afternoon alter a short Service com menclng at 3 o clock for Manly cemetery F Tighe and Co 32 Sydney Rood Manly

XU4529

BALL -Independent Ordel of Rechabitcs

Tent No 17 -The Officers and Members of tho above Lodge are k ndly Invited to attend the Funeral of their lite Brother Charles Bau See family notice for further particulars

BABSAGE-Tho Relatives and Friends of

the lato Mrs Annie I«abe!Ia Bossage late ci 33 Great Buckingham Street Redfern are Invited to attend her Funeral to leave the Private chapel of Motor Funerals Lim Ited 30 Citv Read city This Morning at 10 o clock for the Presb terian Cemetery Botany Motor Funerals Limited A F D A 30 City Road city Tele M6277

BOARD -The Relatives and Friends of the

late Mrs Eliza Mary Frances Beard late of 12 Park Street Camp le are kindly In

sited to sttend her Funeral to leave our Chapel South Parade Campsie This Mon day after service commencing at 9 30 am

for Crematorium Rookwood Wood Cofflll

Limited

BRADLEY -The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs Frederick William Bradley and Fam Hy arc kindly invited to sttend the romeral of their dearly loved Husband ond Father to leave the residence 185 Denison Street Bondi Junction This (Monday) Afternoon otter Service commencing at 3 15 lor Botany Cemetery Walter Carter Waverley

BREHENEY-The Funeral of tho late

Johanna Brcheney will leave St Frances Church Paddington This Morning at 9 30 o clock for the Catholic Cemetery Botany Requiem Ma«s will be celebrated at 8 10 o clock Labor Motor Funerals Limited 24 Enmore Road Newtown Phone LA2777 (4

lines)

BRIGGS-The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs Harriett Briggs of 51 Yurong Street East Svdney are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Hisbond Frederick William to leave our Funeral Chapel 249 Croin Street cltv This Day at 9 30 am for the Eastern Suburbs Crema torium Thomas DUon Ptv Ltd A F D A Established 1836 MA6013 4

BRIGGS -The Relatives and FrlentLs of

Mr Frederick John Briggs and Family Mr and Mrs R Burgess (Sadie) and Family

Mr and Mrs Roy Briggs and Family and Mr and Mrs Lc3 Briggs are kindly invited

to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Father Father in law and Grandfather Frederick William Briggs For particulars see preceding notice Thomas Dixon Pty Ltd

BRIGGS-The Friends of Mr and Mr F

Aklns of 349 Maroibra Road Maioubra are kindly invited to attend tho Funeral of their late beloved Brother In law Frederick William Briggs For particulars see fomUy notice Thomas Dixon Pty Ltd A F D A

BRIGGS-The Relatives and Friend« of Mr

and Mrs James Fox and FamUy of Alex andrla and Mr R Aklns aro invited to attrnd the Funeral of their beloved Brother In law Frederick William Briggs For par tlculars see Fomlly Notice Thomas Dixon Pty Ltd «FDij

BROWN -The Relatives «nd Friends of Mr

Ernest Harry Brown Mr and Mrs E W Brown Mr and Mrs Arthur Brown Mr and Mrs Walter Brown Mr and Mrs O Grono Mr and Mrs Leonard Brown and Families Miss Violet Brown and Mrs Ran dell and Fred arc kindly Invited to attend the IMneral of his deaily loved Wife their dear Mother Grandmother. Sister In law and Aunt Caroline Brown to leave her late resl dence 466 Cabramatta Road Cabramatta at 3 o clcck for All Saints Church Liver pool for Service after which Interment will toke place in the Liverpool Cemetery Labor Motor Funerals Limited 121 Rawson Street Auburn Phone UX6111

BROWN -L O L No 60 Liverpool The

Officers and Members of the above Lodge are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late Esteemed Sister Caroline Brown For details see family notice Bro H Hal sey W M Sister E Bull Sec

BUCKINGHAM -The Relatives and Friends

of Mr and Mrs F O Connor and Famllv Mr and Mrs H Peters are Invited to attend lhe mineral of their beloved Mother Mother

In Law Grandmother and Sister Ruby Jean Buckingham to leave our Private) Chapel 435 New Canterbury Road Dulwich Hill This Morning after service commencing at 9 30 o clock for the Church of England Cemetery Roo! wood Walters and Son Dulwich Hill Terminus Phone LM1676

CASS-The Relatives and Friends of the

late Ann Maria Cass are kindly invited to attend her Funeral to leave her late resl dence 9 Telopea Street Redfern This Day at 2 p m for the Church of England Ceme tery Waverley The Workers rainerai Dlrec tors (C H Parker and Co ) 40 Brown Street

Newtown LA2109

CHASELING -The Funeral of the late Lloyd

Hughes Chaseling will leave his late resi dence Leets Vale This (Monday) Morning at 11 o clock for Methodist Cemetery Wise- man' s Ferry arriving at 12 o clock. J. W. Chandler Funeral Director. Phone Wind sor 16

CLEWS -The Funeral of the late Sarah

Ann Clews will leave St Michael s Church Mittagong after Prayers commencing at 11 a m To morrow Tuesday for the Catholic Cemetery Fitzroy G Beavan

Bowral

CONOLLY,- The Relatives and Friends of

Mr P Conolly and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their Mother Lily which will leave our Funeral Home 32 Darcy Street

Parramatta This (Monday) Afternoon after service commencing at 2.45 for the Inde-  

pendent Cemetery Rookwood Charles Innes and Son A F D A UW92o9

COUCH. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

John Joseph Couch, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Couch, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tomkin and Family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their dear Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grand-    

mother, Phoebe Couch, late of Harden; to leave Our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Afternoon, after Service com- mencing at 1 o'clock, for the Methodist Ceme-   tery, Rookwood. Labor Motor Funerals Limi- ted. 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

COUSINS -The Relatives and Friends of the

Family of the late Hedley Mews Cousins of 23 Balfour Road Rose Bay aro kindly Invited to attend his Funeral to leave our Private Mortuarv Chapel 265 Elizabeth Street Sydney To morrow (Tuesday) Morning after a service commencing at 11 o clock for North ern Suburbs Crematorium Mrs p Kirby and Son Pty Ltd Phones M2221 2

COVEL -The Funeral of the late Mr Charles

Scott Covel of 17 Carr Street Waverton (late 3rd Btn 1st AIP) will leave St Thomas Church of England North Sydney To morrow Tuesday after Service commen clng at 3 p m for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium Bruce Maurer Funeral Direc- tor North Sydney XA1034

COVEL-Lodge Willoughby No 363

U O L NSW -The Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother Charles Scott Covel Regalia For further details see family notice O E Patter- son W M C P Dixon P M Sec

COVEL -Roval Arch Chapter Robert Bruce

No 648 S C -The Principals and Com panions of tho above Chapter are Invited to attend the Funeral cf their late esteemed Com panlon Charles Scott Covel Regalia For further details see family notice J C Broome Z W G Wilson SE

COv EL -N I O O F Ledge Lojal Perse

veranee No 16 -The Officers and M»m bers of the above lodge are invited to attend the Tuncral of their late esteemed Secretary Brothel Charles Scott Covel For further details seo Family Notice L P Braslngtcn Grand Sec

COVEL -Masonic Sub branch of the

R S S A I L A The ODlcers and Members of the above sub branch are Invited to attend the runeral of their ctccmed late Member Charles Scott Covel lor f irther details see family notice J Roberts Pre F Shephcid Sec

CRAUPURD-The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs N Crouford and Family of 1 City View Flats Lavender Street Lavender Bay are Invited to attend the Funeral of her be loved Husband and their loved Father Ralph Leslie Craufurd to leave T J Andrev s rome ral Chapel 42 Walker Street North Sydney This Day alter Service commencing at 1 30 p m for the Pre-byterlan section Core Hill Cemetery T J Andreas P y ltd A FDA 42 Walker Street North Sydney XB3033 CUMMINS -The Funeral of the late Mr.

Clement Bede Cummins of 205 Parramatta   Road Fivedock will leave our Chapel  

310 George Street Sydney. This Monday after service commencing at 1.30 p. m. for Church   of England Cemetery, Botany. British Israelites are invited to attend. Wood Coffill Limited

CURT -Tho Relatives and Trlends of the

late Alice Curl ore advised that her Funeral will leave St Paul s Church Church Street Canterbury This Afternoon after Sei

ice commencing at 1 o clock for the Woro nora Crematorium Walters and Son Dulwich Hill Terminus Phone LM1676

DAWSON -The Funeral o the late Charles

Day on will leave his lote residence 70 corner Ray Road and Kent Street Epping

This Morning after Service commencing at 10 15 o clock foi Northern Suburbs Crema torium Motor ron erais Ltd A F D A 8 Rail vay Paiade Ea tweed Phoilp WL195o

DENMV.N-Ino «datives and Friends of

Mrs Noreen (Dolly) Denman and Mar garet of 90 Bario i Street Kogarah aie In

vited to attend the Fun'ral of her dcarlv beloved Hisbond and her dear Father Mbcrt to leave Labor Motor rimerais Chapel Car

ringtcn Avenue Hurstville ThL, Day after a service commencing at 1 p m for Woronora Crematorium Metropolitan B irlal and Crema- tion Society Pty Ltd Rall a ay Parade Bur wood U 12178 9

DEUTCHER -The Funeral of the late Emll

Deutcher will leave our Chapel 810 George Street Sydney To morrow Tuesday at 10 a m for Methodist Cemetery Rookwood Wood Collin Limited

DOHERTY -Tne Relatives and rriends of

the late Bl dgct Hannah Doherty of I > Arthur otreet Croydon are invited to attend her Funeral to leave Metropolitan Funeral Home B rwcod This Day at 10 am for Cariiollp Ccmp en Rockwood No 2 Mortuary Metropolitan Birla! «nd Cremation Society Pty

.£ R«iT»»x Parad» Burwood UJ2178 8

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DOUGALL -The Funeral of the late John Henry Dougall will leave our Chapel 810 George Street, city. This Monday at 3.15   p.m. for South Head Cemetery. Melbourne   Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane papers please copy

Wood Cofflll Limited

DRAKE. - The Relatives and Friends of

Mr. James Andrew (Andy) Drake, are in- vited to attend the Funeral of his dearly be- loved Wife, Anna Jane Drake; to leave T. J. Andrews' Funeral Chapel, 167 Victoria Road, Gladesville, This Day, after Service com- mencing at 9.45 a.m., for the Crematorium,   Northern Suburbs. T. J. Andrews Pty., Ltd., A.F.D.A., 167 Victoria Road, Gladesville,   Phones, Hunter 351, LA2873, etc.

7-lRURY- The Relathcs and Friends of the 1J late Mrs Mars Jane Drun are kindly invited lo attend her Funeral to lenie rttr Chapel Rawson Street Auburn To morrow (TMtoday) alter Benlee crinmrncing a' 10 30 am for Prcsbsterian Cemelen Western Road Parramatta Wood Cofflll Limited

DUNN -The Relatives and Friends of the

Into Maud Mars Dunn of 252 Pacific Hlgh*as Artarmon (late of Mort Street Bal

main) are lnilled to attend her Funeral to leal o Walter Bruces Chapel for the Church of Fngland Cemctcrv (Section 7) Rookwood at 2 p m This Mondav Waller Bruce Fun-ral Director Croi s Nest \B1923

EATON - The Relatives and rriends of

Mrs Alls May Eaton and Family of 15 West Crescent Street McMahon s Point are Inittcd to attend the runeral of her late be loied Husband and their Father Andrew Edwin to leave our Priiatc Chapel 339 Pacific Hlghwas ero» s Nert This Das after a Srr

lice eonmencing at 1 15 for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium Motor runcials Lim lied A FDA T89 Paclfio Highway Crows

Nest Phone XB4015

1 TUSKER -Tile Relatises and Friend- of Mrs

- Elizabeth Ann Tlsher Mr Paul William Fi her Mr Hal old H her Mr and Mrs Gor don rishcr and Tamils Mr and Mrs Therms Fisher and Mr William Angus are lnslted to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband lils Father and their Brother Brother In law Uncle and Step on Alder

nan V\ Ulam George Fisher JP to leaic the Returned Soldier- Hall T8 Short Street Leichhardt This Monday after service com- mencing at 2 p m for Church of England Ccmetcri Rockwood J J Crockett ond Co Pt! Ltd 9 Norton Street Leichhardt Phone LM4212

FIoHER -Leichhardt Lils field Sub branch

P S S and AILA Officers and Mern bera of the abose League are requested to attend the Tunerol cf their late esteemed Vice president Alderman William Oeorge Fisher J P For particulars see family notice J E Cummings Pre E C Armstead Hon Sec

FISHER -Leichhardt Llbfield R S S and

A Club Officers and Members of the aboie Club are requested to attend tho Funeral of their late cstceoied Member Alderman William George Fisher J P For particulars sec famllv notice L C Jones Près A R

Gamble Sec

FISHER -Aldermen Officers and Employees

of the Leichhardt Municipal Council and Citizens of the Municipality generally are In iltcd to attend the Funeral of their late Colleague and Friend Alderman William George Fisher J P For further particulars ceo family notice Chas M Reeves Mayor E A Bassett Town Clerk

I7IORD-The Relatlies and Friends of the

., late Mrs M J rord are Invited to attend her Funeral to leave her late resl

dence 2 Wakclord Road Strathfield This Afternoon alter a Benlee commencing at 3 15 0 clock for the Rookwood Crematorium Motor Funerals Limited A F D A 30 City Road city Tele M6277

FOX -The Relatives and Friends of Mr and

Mrs P Byrnes of Avoca Beach Gosford Mr and Mrs R Y Bateman, of Penshurst arc kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Father and Grandfather William Henry Fox to leave Our Private Mor tuary Chapel 265 Elizabeth Street Sydney This (Monday) Afternoon after a Sen Ice commencing at 1 30 o clock for the Rook wood Crematorium (By request no flowers ) Mrs p Kirby and Son Pty Ltd Phones

F"bx-Veterans of the United Imperial

Navy and Army Association are requested to attend the Funeral of their late comrade W H Fox Seo family notice A Rashlcy President A C Barrett Secretan

171RYER-The Relatlies and Friends of Mr

. Edwin Charles Frser and Mr and Mrs Jeff Roberts are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear mother Beatrice Sophia Iryer to leave our Funcial Home Rawson Street Auburn Tomorrow iTucsdav) Morning at 10 o clock for the Rookwood Crematorium Labor Motor I unerals Ltd 24 Enmore Road Newtown Phones LA2777 (4 Unes)

/-I ARDNEU -The Relatives and Friends of IX Mr Charles Stanley Gardner and Familv are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of 1 is beloved Wife and their Mother Ellen Morrison Gardner to leave 01 r Chapel 4 Carrington Avenue Hurst!ille This Monday at 10 a m for Crematorium Woronora Wood

Cofflll Limited

GODBEE.—The Relatives and Friends of the   late Isaac Franklin Godbee are kindly   invited to attend his Funeral; to leave his late residence, 14 Bungaree Road, Pendle Hill This Day at 3 p.m. for the Church of England   Cemetery, Rookwood, section 16. Reginald W Hilton Funeral Director 2a Auburn Road

Auburn UX7850

aRAHAM -The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs Doris Adele Graham and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly los ed Husband and their Father George Hamilton Graham to leave A O Hare s Chapel 13 Norton Street Leichhardt This (Monday) Afternoon after Service commencing at 2 45 o clock for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood A O Hare Funeral Director 13 Norton Street Leichhardt

aLMRAHAM-The Relatives and Friends .?'

Mrs Mary Graham (Sen V and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funenil of her dearly loved Son and their Brother George Hamilton Graham to lease A O "are s Chapel 13 Norton Street Leichhardt This (Monday) Afternoon after Sen 1«. commen

clng at 2 45 o cloce for the Church of England Cemeters Rookwood A O Hare Funeral Director 13 Norton Street Lcich

hardt LM1995

aRAHAM -U G L of N S W Lodge Leich

hardt No 379 -Officers and Members are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of their esteemed Worshipful Brother Oeorge Hamilton Graham Rje«jitft " SJ? Family Notice F Young W M C H

Young Sec

GREEN -The Funeral of the late John

Themas Green of 31 Lang Street Mos man will lease our Funeral Herne corner cr MWerJuid Falcon Streets North Sidney Tills Monday after service commencing at 1 ¿u nu 'for Northern Suburbs Crematorium

Wood Cofflll Limited

HALL -The Relatives and Friends of Mr

and Mrs Aubrey Holl of 65 View Street Annandale ore kindly invited W attend the Funeral of their bcloied Father and Father-In law William Edv in Hall to leave our,Chapel

7 Norton Street Leichhardt This (Monday) Afternoon at 2 30 0 clock for Catholic Ceme- tery Rokewood Wood Coffin United

HERRING-The Relatives and Friends of

the Family of the late William George Herring of Picton are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave P. E. Butlers and Co. Funeral Parlours, Hill Street, Camden, after service commencing at 12 noon, This Day, for Church of England portion, General Cemetery,

Camden.

HILLSON -The Relatives and rriends of

Mr George Charles Hlllson are klndlv Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife Lillian Jane Billson to leave her late residence 36 Elm Road Auburn This After

oon at 3 15 o clock for the Church of Eng land Cemetery Rookwood Labcr Motor Fun erais Limited 121 Rawson Street Auburn

Phone UX6111

HOGBEN-The Relatives ond Friends oi

Mr and Mrs E Rowbotham of Con Jola and Mr and Mrs Herbert Hogben ol 96 Lancaster Avenue Punchbowl are In vlted to attend the Funeral ol their dearls be loved Mother Rose Hogben late of Conjola to leave th<- KlnseU Chapel Seven Ways Rockdale This Mondos at 3 15 pm fit the Crematorium Woronora Charles Kin sela Pty Ltd A F D A Est 1830 Eeven Ways Rockdale Phone LX3853

HOLLAND -The Relatives and Friends of

Mr Walter V Holland Mr and Mrs Walter c Holland and of Mr and Mrs Charles D Holland and their Families are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother and Grandmother Emma Holland of 5 Raw son Avenue Bexley which will leave Our Private Chapel Seven Ways Rockdale This Mondas after sen Ice commencing at 3pm for the Crematorium Woronora J and C Hardy A F D A Rockdale and Hurst

illle

HOOD -The Funeral oí the late George

Gavin Hood will leave our Chapel corner Brown Street and Orchard Road Chatswood This Monday at 1 45 p m for Crematorium Northern Suburbs Wood Cofflll Limited

INSHAW-The Relatlies and Friends of Mrs

E Inshaw of 1 Jellicoe Street Concord and romily are invited to attend the Funeral of. her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father John Edwin to lcaie St Mars s Church Brays Road Concord This Day after service commencing at 3 p m for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood By request no flowers Metropolitan Burial ond Crema- tion Society Pty Ltd Railway Parade Bur

wood UJ2178 9

INSHAW-Pride of Burwood Lodje No 39

I O O F -The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are requested to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member John Edwin Inshaw For particulars see family notice O webster N G A Bishop Sec JACKSON -The Relatives end Friends of

Mr and Mrs C Jackson Mr and Mrs W White of 50 Solander Street Kogarah and Family Mr G Jack .on and of Mr P Jackson are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Brother and Uncle Robert Francis Jackson late of Piermont which will leaie our Private Chanel Seven Ways Rockdale

This Mondav at 2 45 p m for the Church of Fngland Cemetery Woronora J and C Hardv A F D A Rockdale and Hurstville

JACOB -The Relatives and Friends of Mr

Albert William Jrccb and Tamily are In vlted to attend the Funeral of his 1st» bclrvcd Wife and their Mother and Grandmother Mabel Fdlth to leave our Private Chapel 389 Pacific Hlghwnv Crew s Nest This Dai after a Service commencing at 2 45 for the Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Motor Fune rals Limited ATDA 389 Pacific Highway Crow s Nest, Phone XB4015

JAMES -The Relatives and Friends of Mr

P T James and Family of Farlwood are Invited to attend the Funeral of his be loved Wife and their dearly lcicd Mother Jane James to leaie T J Andreis Funeral Chapel 2o Enmore Road New to n Thl3 Day

after sen ice commencing nt 1 30 p m for the Cremato lum Rookwood T I Andrews ftj Ltd A F D A 'I 25 Enmore Road Newtown Phone LA2873 etc

JOBLING.-The Relatives and Friends Of Mr and Mrs W. B. Chant and Barbara   of 4 Sheffield Street Kinggrove are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved   Mother, Mother In law and Grandmother

Ethel Mary Jobling to leaie Metiopolltan   Funeral Home, Railway Parade Burwood, This Day after a service commencing at 9 30 am fcr Rookwood Crematorium Metropolitan I Buriel ond Cremation Scclrty P v Ltd Rall m Parade Burwood UJ217R 9

TONES-The Relatives and Friends of the «J late Sernh Jane Jones (late of Ccbnr) nre kindly Invited to attend her runeral lo leave pur Funeral Home 24 tnmore Road New town This Altcrnoon nfter service ccmn enc I ig at J 0 deck for the Church ol England Ccmelcrv rec wood Labor Meier r rnls Limited 24 Enmcre Ro d Ne 1 town Phone

LA2777 (4 lines)

KANE-TTin Pelathes and Friends of Mr

,., J,Tn?mii'i M|cl"cl Kane aid Tamilv are kindly lniited to attend the runeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother Jenny Martha Kane to leave her late re I den e 13 Harrington Street Millers Point This Afternoon at 3 o clo-k for the Cath lie Cemetery Botany Labor Motor Funerals HíUüíá ?.4 Enmrre Road Newtown Phone

LA2777 (4 lines)

KEELEY-The Relatives and rriends of

Mrs Marv Keeley and Famlls of 11 W11

í."ÜL?írccÍ rand?lck arc '"lermcd that the Funeral of her late dearly loi ed Hu"band ?c"íi"lhrl,r" d"r Ia'hcr Christopher Gncme îï.flcï i*"1 i?1""" olr "'inte Mnrtuaiv Chnpc!

l?..Jiin-r S,t.reH Mvl° n Tn,s (Monday) Afternoon after .crilec commencing al 2 10 n clocl (or Fastern S burhs Cremator! m

LAÎ85» A F D A Tele , I

r FUNERALS

KEEN -A Requiem Moss for th« n.~-«a

the Soul of the lau Ros,, Marr §2°«^ b* celebrated this, morning at tfo^Sx*»»»

the Mary Immaculate church Waveii.* ^ T^EEN-The Relatives and Prient!, «t " IV and Mrs Arthur Brown Mr .-J'aï* raeville Keen Murray Teddy anri r-Y'J are invited to attendtho Tamerala a?rt» dparly loved Mother J, other In la lntl

Grandmother Rose Mary Keen 11. «al5d

Gllderthorpe, Avenue RandwleT t<j'.î« « Mary Immaculate Church \\ averlea a-ï* Morning at 10 o clock for thi mirT.1* Cemetery Botany Mo,or rûn-rii?« ÍSÍ.h.01 "» A F D A 30 City Road city Ve'ê S'SW KENT -The Relative and Pr|tnd, ', ?,7

Irrne Kent and FamUv areWnS v",1' vtted to attend the Funeral of hi. ? ln

loved Husband »no theirÄg'kth» %W

Up lo leave Ms late resident sa a .?hu Street Lidcombe This Da/ at 1(1 = T rr?ra the Church of England Ceraetcn nJ?i» Í2r

Ba^Auou^^d^f/S

G tfnan^d^l^^f,?^

Ktl^riove'd^'^t^r-^o^Ä-' " Uncle Phillip For particule ^V»« r^ubu^1"1 * HUt0n *"°T ¿T

KBITS' m^tüs %iï< Charlie and Family are kindly lnvitld to I? tend the Funeral of their loving SA? In la» Brother In law and Uncle Phillip For D1T tlculors see family notVe Reginald vi Hilton roinersl Director Auburn <'*miuQ " KILFOYLE.—Requiem Mass for the repose  

of the soul of Margaret Kilfoyle will be   celebrated at St. John's Church, Auburn, This   (Monday) Morning, at 8 o'clock. The Funeral   will leave the Church after prayers commen cing at 2.15 for Catholic Cemetery, Rook  

wood (No. 3 Mortuary). Mrs. P. Kirby and

Son Pty., Ltd., 265 Elizabeth Street, Sydney. 'Phone. M2221-2.

LA^C aTTh(Un*iatlv" "nd Friends o' Mr

and Mrs C ero a croll »nd of Mr «uri ?lr!. £en5etn Lanre »re kindly invited to at. £nd "",,Funeral of their dearly lovedMo hVr

Mabel May Lance to leave Our Priva a Chapels J02 Oxford Street Woollahra This Day Monday after Service commencing at 1 P m for Waverley Ccmeterv Walter Carter

Waverley

T EIOHTON[-The Relatives »nd Friends ot iV-JMrs Ethel Leighton of 32 Myall Street Merrylands Mr and Mrs E J Bailey and Mr Frank Leighton are invited to attend th« Tuncral of her dearly loved Husband unit their loved Father Charles Lelshton to leay« our Chapel South Street Granville Thli Monday at 1 10 p m for the Crematon m Rookwood A F Ander«on Funeial Director South Street Granville Phone UW8533 LEIGHTON -I OOF Merrylands Lodge No

185 The Officers and Members of th» above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother Charles Lei,h ton For further particulars see family notice W Dalton NO H Lucas scretary

LEWIS -The Relatives and Friends of liri

Helen E Lewis and Tem of 46 Hastíos« Parade Bondi are kindly invited to attend th» Funeral of her beloved Husband and his Father Thomas Henry to leave our Chapel

810 George Street Sydney This Monday alter service commencing at 1 p m for church of England Cemetery Botany Wood Coffill

Limited

LOWF-Tho Relatives and Friend« of Mrs

Olive Lowp and Family of Manildra Ave

nue Earlwood are Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband ana their dear Fathei John E Lowe; to leave tho Private Chap-1 of Motor Funerals Lira ltcd 30 City Road city This Afternoon alter a Service commencing at 1 o clock for trts Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Motor Funerals Limited A F D A 30 City Road city Tele M6277

McCURLEY -A Funeral Service for the

late Leslie Joseph McCurley of 11 John Street Cronulla (formerly of Belmore) will be held this Day at 10 a m at Woronora Crematorium Metropolitan Burial and Cre mation Society Pty Ltd Raliway Parade

Burwood UJ2178 9

MCDONALD -The Relatives and Friends of

Mrs Mary Louisa McDonald are klndlv Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband James Winston McDonald to leal» our Fincral Home South Terrace Banks town ThL> Afternoon at 1 30 o clock for th« Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Labor Motor Funerals Limited South Terrac« Bank5tov n Phone UY166B

MCDOWALL -Tho Funeral of the Ute Hin

nah McDowall will leave our Chapel Ro*e Street Eastwood This Monday at 3 10 n m for Cremator! m Northern Subuibs Wood coffin Limited

MEAGHER -The Relatives and Friends of

Mr and Mrs James Mcagher and lam Hy are informed that the Funeral of their late dearly loved Son and Brother LAC Vincent James Meagher RAAF will leal« their residence 31 Robert Street St Peters This (Monday ) Afternoon at 2 15 0 clock frr Catholic Cemetery Rookwood Mortuary No 3 W N Bull PtS L'd A F D A Telephone LA2858

MIDDLETON -The Relatives and Friends of

the late N442984 Pte Erle James Thomas Middleton are invited to attend bl» Funeral to leave St Andrew s Church, corner of Concord and Parramatta Roads This Mon« day alter service to commence at 2 p m for tho Ssdney War Cemetery Rookwood Charles Kln«ela Pty Ltd A FDA Est 1810 Taylor Square Darlinghurst Phones

FA 1136 7 8

MIDDLETON -The Relatives and Friends

of Mr and Mrs E Middleton Lorna and Jack of 36 Goulde S'rect Canterbury ara kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of th-lr darling Son and their Brother N442984 Prl

vate Eric Middleton to leave St Andre» 1 Church corner Parramatta Road Concord after service commencing at 2 p m for Mili- tary Cemeterj Rookwood

MIDDLETON -The Relativ es and Friends of

Mrs G Rus eil and Frederick ol 137 Mount Street North Ssdnev ore kindly in

sited to attend the Funeral of her darltnj Grandson and his Nephew N442984 Privai« Eric Middleton See lamil? notice

MIDDLETON -The Relatives and Friends of

Mr and Mrs J Russell and Tamils of Narrabeen Mr and Mrs C Gross and îamll

of Northbridge Mr and Mrs O Solomon and ramlly of Collaroy are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Neph"T and Cousin N442984 Private Eric Middleton

See family notice

MIDDLETON -The Relatives and Friends of

Mi and Mrs L Smeal and Family of Punchbowl and the Family of the late Mr and Mrs J Boyle of Crow s Nest aro klndlv Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Cousin N442984 Private Eric Middleton Se«

family notice

MIDDLETON -The Relatives and Friends of

Mr Kenneth Middleton Mr and Mrs Eme«t Still and Family Mr and Mrs O Middleton and Family of Eastwood are In Titcd to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife their Daughter Daughter In law SI« ter and Sister In law Jean riorence to leave tho Methodist Church Eastwood This Alter noon alter Service commencing at 1 45 p m . for the Tield of Mars Cemetery Floral tributes direct to church Motor Funerals Limited A F D A 8 Railway Parade East

Wood Tele WL1955

(For Continuation See Index)

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