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ANDERSON. — On the 16th August, at Sister
Spaul's private hospital, Bunyip, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson—a daughter (Isabel Mary
ARCHER (nee Mabel Fleming).—On the 31st
August, at Finchlea private hospital, E. Mal
vern, to Mr. and Mrs. G Archer, of Glenbrook avenue, E. Malvern—a son (Walter James)
ARTHUR.—On the 29th August, at Hopetoun
hospital, Hopetoun street, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Arthur—a daughter (Patrice
BALLANTYNE.—On the 3rd September, at
Roslyn private hospital, North Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ballantyne, Byron street, North Brighton—a daughter (Heather).
BENNETT (nee Gregory).—On the 2nd September,
1926, at Nurse Major's private hospital, Ardros- san, Dandenong road, Carnegie, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Bennett, Chelsea road, Chelsea—a son (Wil liam Gordon).
HERMAN (nee Kaye Cohen).—On the 28th August
1926, at Quisisana private hospital, Windsor—a daughter (Marjorie). (Both doing well.)
BROCK (nee Annie E. Moon).—On the 13th
August, at Ballara, Castlemaine, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Brock—a daughter (Hannah Elizabeth).
BUSHMAN.—On the 4th September, at Nurse
Hyatt's private hospital, 32 Aberdeen road, East Prahran, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bushman, of 40 Chatsworth road, East Prahan—a daughter (Norma Elizabeth).
CAMERON.—On the 29th August, at private hos-
pital, Croydon, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cameron, Gwandalan , Kilsyth -a daughter.
CHANCELLOR.—On the 7th September, 1926, at
24 Currajong avenue, Camberwell, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Chancellor—a son.
CLEAL.—On the 1st September, 1925, at Nurse
Major's private hospital,
road, Carnegie, to Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Cleal, Byron street, Carnegie—a daughter (Thelma Jean). (Adelaide papers please copy.)
COCKS.—On the 1st Siptember, at St Helen's
private hospital, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Cocks—a daughter (Gwen Lesley).
CONROY (nee Lena Madden).—On the 8th Sep-
tember, at Trinafour private hospital, Moonee Ponds, to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Conroy, 72 Napier street, Essendon—a son (Bernard Ashley). (Both
DANDIE (nee Bertha Kubale ) -On the 29th
August, 1926, at Hopetoun private hospital, Elsternwick, the wife of W. J. Dandie—a son ( James William).
DOCKNEY (nee Elsie Thorne). —On the 4th Sep-
tember, at Nurse Frost's private hospital, 74 Clauscen street, North Fitzroy, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Dockney -a daughter (Lesley Gwen Cathe
DOWIE (nee Elma Congress).—On the 29th
August, to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dowie, Lumeah,
DUNCAN.—On the 8th September, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Duncan, 9 Hampden road, Armadale
GILLESPIE.—On the 4th September, to Dr. and
Mrs. J. E. Gillespie, Newlyn, Malvern road, East Malvern—a daughter.
HALL (nee Freda Masters). —On the 4th Septem-
ber, at Fernleigh private hospital, Preston, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hall, Ellison street, Preston —a son ( Leonard Athol).
HART.—On the 1st September, at Nooralie private
hospital, Ulupna road, Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hart - a daughter.
HENDERSON.—On the 2nd September, at Pen-
dene, Kooyong road, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Henderson, 5 Leaburn avenue, Caul- field —a daughter (Arline Joyce)
JAMIESON.—On the 7th September, at St. George's
hospital. Kew, to Mr and Mrs. A. C. Jamieson,
15 Bradford avenue, Kew—a son.
JUDD (nee Eileen Prescott)-On the 26th August,
at Clouston private hospital Nyal West, to Mr and Mrs. T Judd, of Sans Souci, Yarraby a son (Brian Frederick ).
LINDSAY (nee Patty Rogers).—On the 6th Sep-
tember, at Sister Earle's private hospital, Warr- nambool, to Mr and Mrs Stan Lindsay—a son. McLELLAN (nee Millie Ellis ).—On the 22nd July,
at Warrawee, Elmie street, Auburn to Mr. and Mrs Arch. McLellan, of Burwood—a daughter (premature).
MORGAN -On the Sth September, at Lancewood
private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Morgan —a son (William Thomas).
MOULDS.—On the 29th August at Memorial Hos-
pital, to Mr and Mrs. Lance Moulds, of Nortons Summit, S.A.—a daughter.
MYLIUS.—On the 7th September, at Maristowe
private hospital, Fairfield, to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mylius—a daughter.
O'BRIEN (nee Dahllof) - On the 5th September,
at Warrawee private hospital, Elmie St, Auburn, to Mr and Mrs O'Brien—a son. (Both
PASCOE (nee Gatha Keenan) -On the 15th
August at Wandinong, Braemar street, Essen- don, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pascoe, jun.—a son (Raymond).
PICKWELL.—On the 29th August, at Nurse
McCreery's private hospital, Melrose, Malms- bury, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pickwell, Malms- bury - daughter (Norman Irene) (Both well.) RERDEN (nee Annie Mountjoy-Thomas).—On the
5th September at St Andrew's private hospital, Brighton to Mr and Mrs. Phil H. Rerden - a son (Martin Oswald Boyd)
ROBERTSON.—On the 27th August, at 7 Lock-
wood avenue, North Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Robertson—twins (boy and girl).
ROWLANDS (nee Freda Watson).—On the 30th
August, 1926, at Dalkeith prívate hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rowlands, of 75 Spring street, Port Melbourne—a daughter (Audrey
RUBE (nee Nellie Borley).—On the 6th Septem-
ber, at 59 Hargreaves street, Bendigo, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Rube—a daughter (Dorothea Hannah) (Both well.)
RYAN.—On the 3rd September, at Hopetoun
hospital, Hopetoun street, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. T J. Ryan, Lowan, Galaquil—a son.
SIM (nee Margaret Allen).—On the 28th August,
at Cambrai, Alma road, East St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sim—a son.
SLATER (nee Maisie Gordon) - On the 23rd
August, at Hamilton, the wife of W. Slater, M.L.A.—a son (William Gordon).
SLOANE -On the 9th September, at St Mar-
garet's private hospital, Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sloane, of Tresco—a daughter.
STRAHLE.—On the 4th September, 1926, at Cres-
wick House private hospital, Hampton, to Mr. and Mrs. George Victor Strahle, The Gums, Upper Crisp street, Hampton -a son (David George ) (Both bonny.)
SWAN (nee Gladys Cottrell).—On the 25th
August to Mr. and Mrs. D. Swan, of Pleasant road, Hawthorn—a son (Maxwell David).
WHITESIDE (nee Ruby Crespin).—On the 7th Sep-
tember, at Wenona private hospital, 94 Lewisham road, Prahran, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert White- side, of Koo-wee-rup–a son (William John).
WILSON (nee Mena Robertson).—On the 21st
August, at Sister Preston's private hospital, Red Cliffs, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson—a son (Thomas Sydney Robert).
YOUNG -On the 16th August, at Guildford hos-
pital, Shepparton, to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Young, Waaia—a son (Kevin).
ARNOLD—OLD.—On the 4th September, at
Forest street Methodist Church, Bendigo, by the Rev. A. E. Albiston, M A , R. D., Rev. John Kim k, son of Mrs C. M. Arnold, at Brighton, and the late Alfred T. Arnold to Hilda Con- stance eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Old of Bendigo (Address, Cape Pearson, via
BUGGE—NICOLAI.—On the 7th August, at St.
James's, Elsternwick, John Bowdell, eldest son of Commander and Mrs. J. M. Bugge, Catford, London, to Alma Mater, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Nicolai, Nirvana, Hamilton
BURGE—DAVIES.—[Silver Wedding.]—On the
11th September, 1901, at Inkerman street Methodist Church, Maryborough, by Rev. Wm. Besley, Charles James, eldest son of the late Charles Burge, to Margaret Jane, eldest daugh- ter of the late Ivor and Mrs. Davies, Rhondda, Burke street, Maryborough (Present address, 50 Brougham street, Kew )
BUTTS—COLLIER.—On the 4th September, at
Camberwell Congregational Church, by the Rev. W. N. Gunson. B.A., Charles Frank, eldest son of Frank and late Elizabeth Butts, of London, to Maude, only daughter of the late Horatio David and Mrs. Collier, Auburn,
late of Bendigo.
CALDWELL—BARNES.—On the 30th June, at
Methodist Church, Avenel, by the Rev H. Palmer Phillips, of Fitzroy, William A. Cald- well, second eldest s0n of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caldwell, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, England, to Hilda Lilian, second eldest daughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barnes, Eversleigh, Avenel, Vic.
CHESTERFIELD—LYON. -—On the 9th September,
1925, at Adamson Hall, Wesley College, by the Rev. E. Nye, B.A., Cyril J. Chesterfield, B.C.E, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Chesterfield, 7 Allenby road, Canterbury, to Beatrice Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. P. Lyon, Cassells road, Bruns- wick. (Present address, Chatswood, Sydney.)
DARBY—HORSFALL.—On the 30th July, 1926,
at Kerang, by the Rev. Rees, Louis Victor, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Darby, Grey- holme, Geelong, to Thanetta, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Horsfall, Minnehaha, Lake Charm. At home. Fernley, Inglewood, Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 16th Sep-
DUNN—PEATE.—On the 15th July, at St John's
Church of England, Camberwell, by the Rev.
Roscoe Wilson, Frederic Strickland, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Dunn, of Kew, to Enid Margaret, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Peate. East Camberwell (Present ad- dress, Jeancourt, Ringwood.)
GRIGG—FIGGINS.—On the 14th August at Wes-
ley Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. J. H. Cain, William John, eldest son of the late Richard Grigg and Mrs. Grigg, of Newlyn, to Hilda Winifred, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Figgins, of Prince's Hill.
HOPKINS—PINCOTT.—On the 7th August, at
Congregational Church, Burnley street, Burnley, by Rev. W. E. Simmonds, Gladys, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pincott, of Somerset Street, Richmond, to Herbert Roy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hopkins, of Sebast-
JENKIN—DENNIS.—On the 21st August, 1926
at the Box Hill Methodist Church, by the Rev. W. Holtham, assisted by the Rev. J. E. Warren, Eric, third son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jenkin, Ballam, Nyah West, to Alice Annie, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dennis,
Elmore, Court street, Box Hill.
KING—KEYES.—On the 22nd July, 1926, at New
man College Chapel, by the Rev J. M. Murphy, S.J., Thomas, eldest son of Mrs. F. M. King of Rosemont, Balaclava road, Caulfield, and the late Thomas E. King to Nina, younger daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Keyes, of Nathalia.
POULSEN—HAMILTON.—On the 10th July, at St.
George's Presbyterian Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. A. R. Osborn, Henry Otto, fourth son of Mrs. Poulsen and the late Mr. L. Poulsen, of Queensland, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mrs. Hamilton, Hawksburn, and the late Mr. J. Hamilton, of Balaclava.
REED—SHERBURN.— [Silver Wedding.]—On the
11th September, 1901, at Ringwood, by the late Rev. R. L. Reed (bridegroom's father), Florence, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late C. Sherburn, to Richard, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Rev. R. L. Reed (Present address, Toolong, Moyneview.)
the 11th September, 1901, at Wesley Church, by the Rev. T. B. Reid, Albert Edward, second son of the late Albert and Mary Renfree, of Fitzroy and Perth (W.A.), to Olivia, youngest daughter of the late James and Margaret Red- doch, of Buninyong and Carlton (Present ad- dress, 4 Pleasance street, North Fitzroy.)
RIEDELL—GIFFORD.—On the 4th September,
1901, by the Rev. Goyen, at the residence of the bride's brother-in-law (Cr R. T. Taylor, St. Kilda), Belle, third daughter of the late Margaret and James Gifford, Belle Vue, North- cote to Charles, third son of late M. K. and K. Riedell, Toftlund, Congupna (Present ad- dress, Oaklands Junction, Bulla.)
ROSS—GEARY.—On the 28th August, at St.
Peter's, Ballarat, by the Rev. N. S. Fettell, Wallace Robert, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. McK. Ross, of Glenthompson, to Gladys Lynda, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Geary, of Ballarat. (Present address, 456 Albion street, West Brunswick.)
SIMPSON—CHARLES.—On the 14th July, at the
Baptist Church, Brighton, by the Rev. F. H. Holloway, Henry Michael, only son of Mrs. Simpson of Malvern, and the late Geo. Wm. Simpson, of Upper Hawthorn, to Lucy Esther, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Charles, of Brighton, late of Western Australia. Present address, 66 Cooloongatta road, Camberwell.
the 11th September, 1901, at Nowra N.S.W., Arthur J., youngest son of the late Henry and Fanny Solomon, to Adeline Maud, eldest daughter of the late Richard and Emma Leeming (Pre- sent address, Opawa, Balaclava road, Caulfield.) SOMERS—LAZARUS.—On the 7th September,
Girlie Lazarus, only daughter Mrs R. Lazarus and the late S. Lazarus of Melbourne, to John Robert Somers, of Cranmore, Euratha, N.S.W.
ALLEN.—On the 7th September, Ellen, beloved
wife of Robert Joseph Allen, Melbourne street, Kilmore, and devoted mother of Robert, Kitty, and Edward R I P (Interred In Roman Catholic Cemetery Kilmore on September 9)
ANDERSON.—On the 9th September, at her
sister's residence, Helen Reid, loving sister of Louise B. and Agnes M. Anderson (Privately
ARMSTRONG.—On the 10th September, 1926, at
tlie Melbourne Hospital, Joseph James Arm- strong of 237 Elgin street, Carlton, beloved brother of Elizabeth (Mrs. Hyde, of Laverton), Kate (Mrs. Bryce, of Eltham) loved uncle of Albert, Edward, Horace, William, James, David, and George Hyde, of Laverton, Lynda (Mrs. McKinnon) Nellie (Mrs Watson, of Eltham)
friend of Mrs. Redmond of Carlton, aged 61 years, late of British Australasian Tobacco Co. Pty. Ltd. RIP
BLACKBURN.—On the 28th August, at Camber-
well (late Rupert street, Collingwood), Frances Jane, relict of late William Blackburn, aged 83 years. (Privately Interred )
BOOTH.—On the 9th September, at her residence,
Carinya, Olinda, Mary Amelia, beloved wife of the late John Valentine Booth, and loving mother of Henry and Ada, aged 63 years.
Passed peacefully away.
BROWN.—On the 8th September, at Sydney, Mary
Minnie, relict of A. E. Brown (late jeweller, Camberwell), beloved mother of Don (deceased), Lois (Mrs. F. Miles), Anita (Mrs. R. McLaugh- lin) and Enid (Mrs. W. Davidson) (Interred Sydney.)
BROWNE.—On the 9th September, at the resi-
dence of her daughter (Mrs. Margaret Sims), 25 Soudan street, Malvern, Mary Ann, loving wife of the late P. T. Browne and loving mother of Rebeeca (deceased) Margaret, Sarah (de- ceased), William, Bridget (deceased), Grace (de- ceased), Annie, Elsie (deceased), and Katie (deceased), aged 86 years.
BULL.—On the 9th August, at 31 Albert-street,
East Malvern Henry Alexander Bull, late of River View, Bairnsdale aged 81 years. (Inter- ment at Bairnsdale.)
CAMPBELL.—On the 7th September, at
Wahgunyah, Marion, relict of the late David C. Campbell and loving mother of Mrs. Smithett, (deceased), Mrs. Johnstone and Osbourne
COCHRANE.—On the 31st August, at his resi-
dence, Casterton, Robert, beloved husband of Alice Jane Cochrane and dear father of George, Jack, Nellie (Mrs. Grills, Portland) Grace, Walter, Stanley, Archie (deceased), Charles, Alice (Mrs. Breit , Casterton), Violet (Mrs. D Williams, Lubeck) and Sydney, aged 78 years.
COX.—Result of accident, John Cox, late of
Palermo Dairy and Rockley, Toorak road, South Yarra, aged 66 years.
CURRIE.—On the 10th September, of Osborne
Park, Scoresby road, Bayswater , Ina E. M., beloved eldest daughter of the late Rev. J. R. and Mary Currie.
Behind all shadows standeth God.
DONALDSON.—On the 28th August, at his resi-
dence, 25 Collins street, Essendon, Robert, dearly loved husband of Florence Marion. devoted father of Jessie. Passed peacefully away (Interred privately 3rd August, Fawkner Cemetery.)
A face we love bo well
Il-»lh toft u« for a »pill.
But time, which now doth sever, '.» Hine will loin tnpethcr
DUCKWORTH.—On the 8th September, at the re-
sidence of her daughter (Mrs.Halliday ), No. 1 Stephen street, Seddon, Elizabeth , the dearly be- loved wife of Richard Duckworth, aged 69 years (Interred privately at Brighton Cemetery.)
May her soul rest in peace.
DUNN.—On the 10th September, at Sister Rus
sell's private hospital, Korumburra, Lorna, the dearly beloved infant daughter of Stewart and Florence Dunn, and loving sister of Joyce,
EDWARDS.—On the 31st August, at High street,
Wedderburn, Mary Ann, relict of the late John Edwards, loving mother of Emma (Mrs. Rose ), Elizabeth (Mrs. Baker), Hannah, Ada (de- ceased), Thomas, John (deceascd), Frank, Wil-
liam, Jemima (Mrs. Ward) and Jim, aged 78
Passed peacefully away.
ELLIS.—On the 10th September, at his residence,
Bryn Dee, 116 Richardson street, Albert Park William Edward, dearly beloved husband of Maggie (nee Morgan), loved father of Clegg, the late Rebie, Ethel (Mrs Cox), Newton, and Keith, aged 62 years. (No flowers by request)
Peace, perfect peace.
ELLIS.—On the 10th September, at his residence,
Bryn-Dee, 116 Richardson street, Albert Park, William Edward, the dearly beloved husband of Maggie Ellis (nee Morgan) and loving father of Clegg, Rebie (deceased), Ethel (Mrs. W. Cox ), Newton, and Keith, aged 62 years. (No flowers, by request.)
Peace, perlcct pcaco.
GILL.—On the 4th September, at her residence, 1
Laburnum street, Middle Brighton, Ada Sarah, beloved eldest daughter of the late Edwin and Selina Gill and sister of Alice (deceased), Her- bert, Cecil, Maud (Mrs. A. Newing, Mount Evelyn), Reginald and Vivian (Privately in- terred, 6th September.)
GLEESON.—On the 9th September, Thomas Glee-
son beloved son of the late Michael William and Margaret Gleeson, of Woodlawn, Colac, be- loved brother of Jack, Margaret, Mary (de- ceased), Mother Michael Julia (deceased), Mother Patrick Ellen, Michael (deceased), Aquinas Kathleen, Joseph, Teresa, James, and Mother Ignatius Bridget.
HANSLOW.—On the 9th September, at his resi-
dence, Avonlea, Fordholm road. Hawthorn, Harry, beloved husband of Emelyn Hanslow, loving father of Lillie, Harold, Frank, Ralph, grandfather of Dulce, Eddie, Kaura, Rita
Estelle, Don, Leila, Roger, great grandfather of Joan and Gwen, aged 72 ycars (Private inter- ment.)
HARMAN.—On the 7th September, at Syston-
holme, 11 Jordan street, Malvern, Lydia, dearly beloved wife of Walter Harman, and loved mother of Eunice (Mrs. Lucas), Susannah (Mrs. Condon), Nathan (deceased), Henry, Louisa (Mrs. Phiddian), Julia (Mrs. Lousada), Selina, Seth (deceased), Golder (Mrs. Kerrison), and Stanley, aged 79 years (Private interment.)
At evening time it shall be light.
HARTRIDGE.—On the 2nd September (suddenly),
at his residence, Osmond, Inkerman road, Caul-
field, Osmond John, dearly beloved husband of Sophia, Caroline, and loving father of Sophie (Mrs. Harry Donovan, Ivanhoe) and Osmond, loving grandpa of Beryl and Ronnie Hartridge and Ray, Alan, and Carol Donovan, aged 61
HORAN.—On the 7th September, at his residence,
Skene street, Warrnambool, Patrick, beloved hus- band of Nellie, and eldest son of the late Daniel and Mary Horan of Warrnambool, aged 68 years.
Rest in peace.
HORAN.—On 7th September, at Skene street,
Warrnambool, Patrick, beloved husband of Mary Ellen, eldest son of the late Daniel and Mary Horan, aged 68 years. R.I.P.
HOWELL.—On the 10th September, at his resi-
dence, Bethlord, 31 Stewart street, Williams- town, James Howell, beloved husband of the late Agnes, dearly loved father of Elizabeth (Mrs E. Wilson), and Margaret (Mrs C. E. Scott), loving grandfather of Keith Scott, aged
A patient sufferer at rest
HOWER.—On the 9th September, at Toongabbie,
George, the beloved husband of Anne, and loving father of Anne (Mrs. Marstin), Barbara (Mrs. Mahoney), Jane (Mrs. Oat), Charlie, Dave, Johanna (Mrs. Pank), Sophia (Mrs. Young), Jim, Will, Jacob, and Fred, aged 84 years. R.I.P.
IEVERS.—On the 12th July, 1926, at London,
Ellen, eldest daughter of the late Councillor William and Mary Ievers, of Mount Ievers, Royal parade, Parkville and sister of Mrs. M. T. Fitzgerald (Rosebud) and Mrs. D. Bourke (Burke road, Upper Hawthorn) (Interred pri-
vately Melbourne General Cemetery, September
JOHNSTONE.—On the 5th September, at Glencoe,
Grassmere, Warrnambool, Isabella Mary, the loved mother of Mrs. Arthur Thwaites, 5 Dickens street, St. Kilda, and loved grandmother of Mrs. R Woolcott, Kirribilli, Sydney.
KILTON—[By cable.]—On the 4th September, at
London, Henry Edward beloved husband of the late Annie Elizabeth Hilton, and loving father of Daisy (Mrs Smith, Union road, Balwyn).
LAMB.—On the 6th September, at Melbourne Hos-
pital (result motor accident), Henry Oliver, dearly beloved husband of Mary Jane, and loving father of Will (deceased), Jack (deceased), Harry, Annie, Lizzie, Bert, and Rena, late of
Romsey, aged 72 years.
Till we meet again.
LATHAM.—On the 2nd September, at her resi-
dence, Nuntin, Stratford, Mary Jane, relict of the late William Latham, aged 82 years.
LONGDEN.—On the 10th September, at the resi-
dence of her daughter (Mrs M. Street), 9 Hood street, Elwood, Emma Elizabeth, relict of late Herbert D. Longden, aged 73 years (Private
MACBETH.—On the 9th September, Margaret Mac-
Beth (Aunt May), of 31 Norwood street. Flem- ington, beloved sister of Mrs. T. Muir (Moonee Ponds), Robert, James, and the late Mrs. Dawes (Flemington) (Interred privately Melbourne
McCLELLAND.—On the 5th September at Del-
burn, Darlimurla, Jessie, relict of the late William McClelland, mother of John, Wil- liam, Charles, George (deceased), and Jane (Mrs. F. Sargent); late of Morrisons. (Bal- larat papers please copy.)
McDONALD—On the 10th September, at Alvie,
Dinwoodie street, Hamilton, Teenie, the beloved second youngest daughter of the late Archibald and Christina McDonald, late of Elgin, Condah
McFARLANE.—On the 9th September, at the
Castlemaine Hospital, Mary Ann, relict and beloved wife of the late Sir John McFarlane, of Fitzroy, and step-mother of George, Robert, and Caroline and sister-in-law of Mr. Alfred Baker, Circular road, Castlemaine, aged 70
MIDDLETON.—On the 3rd September, at private
hospital. East Malvern, Jennette, dearly be-
loved wife of Bell Middleton, of 43 Dixon street, Malvern; loving mother of Harry (Queenscliff), George (Malven)), Arthur (Syd- ney), Herbert (Campbell's Creek), Edgar (de- ceased), Ada, Leslie (Malvern), Charlie
A good wife and mother called home.
MITCHELL-BURDEN.—On the 3th September, at
Prahran, Alexander, husband of the late Annie Letitia, and father of Alexander, Annie (Mrs. F. Collins, deceased). Nellie (Mrs. H. Munro), and Charlotte (Mrs. A. Russell), aged 77 years.
O'CONNOR.—On the 6th September, at her
son's residence, Cobram, Mary Ann, beloved wife of Patrick, and mother of Patrick, Frank, Wil- liam, John, Thomas, Vincent, Katherine (Mrs. Cody), and Allan (deceased), aged 75 years.
Rest in peace.
PETHEBRIDGE.—On the 5th September drowned at Richmond, Queensland, Frank, elder
son of the late A. B. and C. M. Pethebridge, dearly beloved brother of Alexander, James, and Jessie, and loving nephew of J. A. Pethe bridge (north C'arlton), Mrs. Byron, and E. T. Pethebridge (of Brisbane).
PUDDICOMBE.—On the 5th September, of Swan
Hill, Margaret Mary, relict of the late William Henry Puddicombe, and loved mother of George and Harry (deceased), aged 75 years. (Interred at Landsborough, 7th September, 1926).
RAWLINGS.—On the 5th September, at his
parents' residence, Brownhill street, Geelong, Albert Arthur (Bert), aged 21 years and 5 months, beloved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Kelly, Gordon street, Korumburra.
Loved by all that knew him.
-(Inserted by his Auntie Allie and Uncle Clem.) RICE.—On the 10th September, at his residence,
Terrara road, Vermont, Alfred, dearly loved hus- band of Isabella Rice, and loving father of Elizabeth (Mrs. R. W. Leeds), Annie (Mrs. D. Thomson), Florence (Mrs. E. W. Turner), Isabella Rice (deceased), loving grandpa of Florence Leeds, Reginald, Leslie, Kenneth, and Roy Turner. (No mourning.)
RICHARDS.—On the 9th September, at 23 Grandi-
son street, Moonee Ponds, James, the beloved hus- band of the late Susan Richards, and loving father of Jessie, James, Harry, and Charles, aged 76 years. (Privately interred Melbourne General Cemetery on the 10th September.)
RICHARDS.—On the 9th September, at Adelaide,
Harold Raymond, loved son of Maggie and late
John R. Richards, of Eaglehawk, aged 33 years.
SMITH.—On the 10th September, at Canterbury,
Lucy, the beloved wife of Richard Smith and loving mother of Mabel (Mrs. Chesterfield), Elsie (Mrs. McDonald), Pearl (Mrs. Lardner), Eunice (Mrs. Porter), Lindsay, and Ray, aged 73 years. Late of Homebush Lower and of Moreland and
STRAUGHAIR.—On the 9th September, 1926, Jessie
Maud, dearly beloved wife of Valentine Straug- hair, and loving mother of Valentine, Margaret, Richard, Raymond, Ernest, George, and Ian, aged 41 years. (Bendigo papers please copy.)
SUTTON.—On the 9th September, at the resi-
dence of his son-in-law (Mr. Christopher Ander- son), 28 The Esplanade, Clifton Hill, Thomas W. H., the dearly beloved husband of Cecelia Sutton and loved father of Eva (Mrs. Ander- son), Ruby (Mrs. Palmer, of Canada), Ella (Mrs. Surman, of South Africa), Rita, and Clayton. (Interred Heidelberg Cemetery, 10th September.) (South African papers please copy.) TROUSSELOT.—On the 10th September (suddenly),
at Kaiapoi, New Zealand, Henri (Harry), be- loved husband of Elizabeth, and loving father of Harry, Charles, and Edward, late of Bruns- wick, aged 66 years.
One of the best.
VAGG.—On the 20th August, at the residence of
her sister (Mrs. W. .J. Silvester), Swanston street, Geelong, Alice Louisa, wife of the late T. A. Vagg, late of Nalangil, Colac, aged 69 years. (Inserted by her loving sister, A. Pascoe.)
IN MEMORIAM. On Active Hit vice.
HOLMES.-In fond and loving memory of our l_
and brother, Oliver, who waa killed In action, September 2, 1925. (Inserted by L. W, Holmes, Louis, Llnsay, Frank, Marion, Doreen, and Ken-
Until the day break.
KEIGHERY.-In lot ing memory of Francis
Leonard, killed in action at Lone Pine, Uth September, .11)15, second son of Edward and Jeanie Keighcry, Ung Long, loved brother vt Chris, Sheila, and Ned.
A 'tender chord of memory I Is softly touched to-day. '
KEIGHERY. - To the memory of my beloved '
brother, Frank, 24th Battalion, killed In action, I Lone Pine, Uth beptember. l'Jlu. I
SECCOMBE.In cvcr-Ioving memory of Lionel A. '
who died of wounds in Franco, September U, I 1916. (Inserted by hfs loved ones.) , WYNNE.-A tributo of love to the memory of Bob,. my dear brother, killed In action at Hamel. ' Fruncv, ßeptwnbr 10, 191R.
His memory still so »weet ond dear
Is treasured still with love sincere, I -(Inserted by Ids fond sister, M. A. Correll,
WYNNE.-In memory of Ko. 14617, Gunner R. J.
(Bob) Wynne, of the 12th Battery» A.F.A., who wa» ki led in artion in Belgium on the 12th September, 1917. (Inserted by U.C.)
BERWICK.-In loving memory of our dear
father and grandfatner. James Berwick, who ¡«iBsed away at West Mcllmurno on September 11, 1925. (Son, Jen, and Dorrie.)
BERWICK.-In loving memory'of our dear father
and grandfather, James, uno poised away on .September 11, 1925. tlnwrtcd by his loving daughter and non-ln-law, M. and h. B. Welre, and grandson Leslie, Batman, Church street. Parkville West)
BRETT.—To the sacred memory of our beloved
and honoured sister, Edith Victoria Brett, who passed away at Mispah, Bacchus Marsh, Septem-
ber 10, 1925.
Let me be with Thee where Thou art, Where none can die, where none remove; There neither death nor life will part
Me from Thy presence and Thy love.
She being dead yet speaketh.
—(J. A. and M. E. Coverdale, Bacchus Marsh.) BROWN.-In memory of Martha M. Brown, be-
loved »ile of F. II., and mother of K. G., died September 11, 192.1
CHARLES.-In loving mernoo* °' our dear
mother, who passed away on the 11th Sep- tember, 3925.
-(Inserted by her loving daughters.)
CLARK.-In loving memory of our dear daughter
and Bister, Rhoda, who jMiBscd away on Septem- ber VA 1921). (Imcrted by lier loving parcnto, brothers, and sisters, East Camberwell.)
DOUGLAS (Hilda).-In loving memory of my
dear wlfo nnd our dear mother, who departed this Ufo on the 11th September, 1925.
In our hearts a momoiy lingers, I Sweetly tender, fond, and true.
A« the > ears roll on, dear mother, I Wo will alwajs think of you.
I -(Inserted by her loving husband and chil
1 DOUGLAS (nee Hunter).-In lovfno* memory of
l my dear'daughter and elt-ter, Hilda, who de-
parted this Hie on the 11th September, 1925, 1 Tho midnight stars are gloaming I Upon a silent grave,
Where, sleeping' without dreaming, | Lies the cue,we could not save. , Peaceful be thy refit, «dear Hilda; 1 'Tis «weet to breathe thy name.
In life wo-loved you dearly.
In death wc do the same,
-(Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and
EVANS.-In fond and loving memory of my dear
wife and our mother. Flora Ann, who passed away Scptcmlrcr 6, 1921, at Selwyn street. - Brighton. (Inserted by her loving husband
EVANS (nee Loie King).-In loving memory of
my loved sister, who died September 12, 1926, also dear mother, who died December 1, 1926.
I often think of those happy days When we were all home together.
-(Inserted by Winifred Laverick, Vicarage, Serpentine.)
FARRELL.-In loving memory of our dear
mother, who departed this life on lltb Sep- tember, 1925.
A loving mother, kind and true;
A friend like her wo'U never find. For all of us she did her bejit, May God grant her eternal rest.
-(Inserted by her loving daughters. Meg, Edith,, and Flo.)
FEORE.-In sad but loving memory of Annie,
dearly loved wife of J. ti. F tore, who passed away September 12, 1919, dearly loved mother of Allen, Irene, Leslie (killed In action, France, 16/8/18). Edgar, Vera, and Harry, loved sister
A life made beautiful by kindly deeds, -(Amplcforth, Fraser street. Malvern.),
FEORE.-In loving memory of dear mother and
grandma, who passed away September 32, 1919; a Ino our dear brother, Leslie (killed In action. Franco, 16/8/18).
Dearly loved. Sadly missed.
-(Allen and Tries and grandchildren, 1 Coppin street. East Malvern.)
FEORE.-In loving memory of dear mother,
paused away September 12, 1919; also our dear brother, Leslie (killed. In action, France, 16/8/1S.)
-(Irene, Will, and grandchild Leslie, Fraser «treet, Malvern.)
FORBES - A tribute to the memory of Jack
Forbes, who was accidentally killed on Septem- ber 12, 1925. (Inserted by his fellow club mates of the Moreland Harriers.)
FYFIELD--In loving memory of Alice, dearly
beloved wife of E. Cecil Fyfield, and loving mother of Jack and Paul, who passed away sud- denly, 11th September, 1924, at Colac.
GUBBINS.-In fond, loving memory of William
Michael Baden Joseph Gubbins, the only loving son of Sarah Gubbins and tho late William Mark Gubbins, died 11th September, 1924, aged 24 years and four months. R.I.P.
I think of you in silence, Billie, dear, - No cyea can seo mo weep;
For many a bitter tear I shed, , When others arc asleep.
Immaculate heart of Mary,
Your yraye.s »or him extol; O sacred heart of Jesus,
Have mercy ra Ins soul.
-(Inserted by Ids sorrowing mother.)
HAW.-In- loving memory of our dear father and
grandfather, who wished away öeptemuer 11, i\r¿S. (Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law, Andrew and Lizzie, and grandchil-
HAYES.—In loving memory of my brother, P. J.
Hayes, who died at 75 Wilson street. Prince's Hill, on the 11th September, 1924. R.I.P.
Sadly missed. —(H. E. McKenzie.)
HEFFERNAN. - In loving memory of my dear wife and loving mother, who died September
In our hearts your memory lingers
Ever tender, fond, and true;
And as the days go by, my dear
We always think of you.
—(Inserted by her loving husband and family ) HILL.—In loving memory of my dear wife and
our dear mother, who died at Dandenong on the 11th September, 1924. (Inserted by her hus- band and children.)
HILL.—In sad but loving memory of our dearest
mother, who departed to a higher life on September 12, 1925.
Sad are our thoughts,
But sweet those memories.
—(Inserted by her loving son, Jack, and daughter-in-law, Esther, Chillingollah.)
HOLMES.—In fond and loving memory of my dear
wife, Marion Chalmers, who was called home September 12, 1925. (Inserted by her husband,
L. W. Holmes. )
HOLMES.-In fond and loving memory of our
mother, who was called home September 12, 1925.
Life's race well run. Life's crown well won.
—(Inserted by her children, Louis, Linsay, Frank, Marion, Doreen, and Kenneth.
IRVINE-In loving memory of my dear mother,
who passed away on September 12, 1918 also my clear father who passed away on March 27, 1914, also my dear brother (only ton of the above), who passed away December 22,
Loved and treasured memories
-(Inserted by their loving daughter. Kitty
IRVINE —In loving memory of our dear mother,
Catherine Irvine, .who passed away on 12th Sep- tember, 1918.
Ever remembered by her loving daughters. —(Mary Ann and Anabelle )
LOTT - In loving remembrance of our devoted
mother. Mary Ann.Lott, who passed away 7th September, 1921, lot« of Carlton.
Cherished memories of one so dear
\vill cling round our heart» from j,e»r to year, Dearer to us than w/ird» can tell
Are tho thoughts of oar mother we loved to
-(Inserted by her loving daughter», Alice, Kltt), Jim, and little Betty, Brighton road. St
LOTT -In cherished memory of my darling
mother. Mary ann Lott, who died suddenly .»oi tomber 8, 1921
A cluster of loving memories, I
The fondest my heart can frame. We weale into a garland
And twine around my darling mother'« nome,
Our sweet grandma, . -(Inserted by her fond daughter Miranda son In law, Alf, and loving grandchildren, Thelma and Bonnie )
MACKINTOSH. - In loving memory of my dear
and, and our dear father. John, of Glencoe
who passed away on the 12th September, 1919 also our dear grondmoiher, who passed may on tho 20th Februar), 1919
In our homo you arc londly remembered,
Sweet memories cling around vour name,
The heart« that held jou In dicpest affection
Still love jou In death just the samo
-(Inserted by lils loving wife and cblldrcu, Mia
MARTIN -in loving memory of Tom, passed away
10th September, 1925
Denrly loved ond sadly missed -(Inserted hy Viv and Rea,)
MONIE - In loving memory of my denr -
ponton, tessie, who paused awny suddenly at Surrey Hills September 9, 1923
-(Inserted by Lena Mcintosh )
PAYNE-In lot ing memory of our dear brother,
Fred who died at Santa Paula, Collfornla Util September, 192a
Love s only gift-Remembrance
-(Inserted by Nellie and Rex, Kyabram )
PENDER -In sad and loving memory of my dear
husband, John Pender, who deported this life Hth September, 1023 Sydney rood, Brunswick
PENNY. -In loving memory of my dear daughter
and our oistcr Dorothy, also loving mother of little Teddie, who passed awoy at Essendon on the 12th Si] tomber, 1922
Love s dearest gift-remembrance
-(Inserted by mother, elster, and brother )
REBBECHI (nee O'Callaghan). - In loving mem
ory of my dearlj beloved wife and our devoted mother Margaret, who denartcd this lill al liest BrunBwIck on tho 11th September. 1925
May her dear soul reat in peace »
-(Inserted by her loving husband and children, Kevin Brian, and Gregory )
REBBECHI (nee O'Callaghan) - In loving nsem
ory of our dearly loved daughter and our dear sister. Margaret Alice, who departed tills life at Brunswick on tho 11th September, 1925
May her dear bou] rest In peace
-.(Inserted by her loving father, mother, brothers nnd sisters, Warracknabeal )
ROBINSON,--In loving memory of our dear Bister
Marla, who passed away on the 12th September,
-(Inserted by Mrs. and Mr. Reynolds.)
SMITH. -In loving memory of our dear daughter
and sister, Josephine Smith, who passed away at her residence, Gordenvale, 37 Westbourne road, Kensington, on September 11, 1923.
-(Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brother, Mrs. M. McMahon, Mrs. Nellie Gal- liott, Kitty, and Tim McMahon.)
SNELL. -In loving memory of roy dear wife,
Emily, who passed away 10th September, 1924.
Sleep on, beloved. -(Inserted by A. J. Snell.)
STAKER. -In loving memory of Amy Jane Staker,
who died September 12, 1924, the dearly loved daughter of Fanny and the late David Mundell.
SWAN. -In loving memory of our dear mother
and grandma, who departed this life at Warrnam- bool, September 7, 1925.
At rest-In God's keeping.
-(Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in- law, and grand-children, George and Jean
TERDICH. -In loving memory of our dear father,
John S., who passed away on the 8th September.
-(Inserted by his loving daughters and sons.)
THORNTON -In loving memory of my dear hus
b in 1 Samuel tohn Thornton, who passed away, September 12, 192o, at 24 Dudley parade, Last
THORNTON. -In loving memory of my late em-
ployer, and our friend, Mrs. S. J. Thornton, died at East Camberwell, September 12, 1925. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Sholl and family, North Melbourne.)
VICKERY. - In fond and loving meroory of my
-dear wife, Eveline, who nasscdnw-ay at Knowles street, Westgarth, on the 11th September, 1921.
-(Inserted by her loving husband, J. Vickery.) VICKERY.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed away ut Knowle» street. Westgarth, on the lilli September, 1921
Love Ond remembrance JiiBt lof
-(Inserted by her loving fomlly )
VICKERY -In loving memory of our dear
mother, who passed awoj at Westgarth on the Uth September 1921 (Inserted Dy Ern ond Jean St Arnaud )
VISSER,-Remembering ever tlilB the sod annl
versary of our dear brother Jack, loving husband of Moy, who was taken away, 11th September, 1925 (W A- papers, please copj )
Alwajfl sadl) remembered
-(Inserted bj his loving elster«, Marian and
WHITELAW -In sad but loving memory of my
dearest husband I ere), who died on the 12th
>A« we loved so wo miss him,
Thoughts of him are ever dear.
Loved, remembered, longed for alwiyß,
Through every passing year -(Inserted by his loving wife >
WHITELAW -In loving memory of our dearest
dad, who died on the 1?th September. 1923 (Lauris, Phjllls, and Alan )
WH1TNFY -In laving memory of my door mother,
who died on the 12th September, 1923, ot Gee-
Though absent from me, jou arc alwajs in
-(Inserted by her loving doughter Madge )
ASHDOWN.-The Family of the late Mr.
THOMAS ASHDOWN desire to THANK all relatives and friends for personal visits, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes, also thank ing Dr. Trood, Rev. Charles Tregear, and Mr. Burton (undertaker) for kindness shown in our recent sad bereavement. Will all please ac cept this as a token of our deepest gratitude. 27 Osborne street, South Yarra.
BAILEY.-Mr. and Mrs. WALTER BAILEY
desire to THANK all for letters, cards, tele- grama, floral tokens, and personal cxprewiona of eyrapathy In their recent sad bereavement. Will all accept this us an acknowledgment of their deepest gratitude.
BREDIN.-The Daughters of the late W.
1JKKUJN wish to THANK their many kind friends and relatives for telegrams, letters, carda, also floral tributes and personal expressions of bj in pu thy. especially thanking Dr. Aitchison and Dr. Thwaites for their unremitting core and atten- tion. Wi.l all pjease accept this aa a personal acknowledgment of their blncere gratitude. 42 Palmerston crescent, tkmth Melbourne.
BRETHERTON. -Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
DRETHERTON and Mrs. E. BRETHERTON wish tu convey their heartfelt THANKS to all kind friends, relativer, and neighbour* for lott/TB, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and pcnonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; especially the Ret. Martin and the Rev. Echwiegcr, Doctora Lambert, Rrctherton, Trood, Niall, Muiron Lord, nnd -Jeter Hewitt, ot Chiswick private hospital Prahran; Mr. Allmson, staff, and children, of Hampton school; Mr, Smith and Mr. Paige, and staff, of Middle 1'ark school, the g tail and mothers' club of the Qucensberry Btreet school, the staff of tiie Mawe ii »chool; Drayton and Oonton iori the way they curried out funeral arrangements, i Will all please accept this as a personal acknow* ' lodgment of our deepent gratitude. 43 College .street. Gardenvale; 56 Orlando street. Hampton.
COLDWELL.-Mr. J. COLDWELL and Family and Miss Edie Trewin desire to THANK all kind friends, relations, and neighbours for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent t>ad htreavcmenU Will nil kindly accept this as a per« Eon3l acknowledgment of their gratitude. feel* mont, 23 Qram street. Shepparton.
HARRIS.-Mr. HY. HARRIS and Daughters wish
to express their hearitelt iHAjnK- to atl relatives and friends for personal visits, tele- grams, letters, and floral tribute« In their re- cent ead bttreav ement. Reducy, 106 Tennyson
street, BU Kilda. _^__--_.
HARRISON - Mr. and Mrs. THOS. L.
HARRISON wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letter», cards, telegrams, and floral trlouto- in their recent sad bereavement. Wendoora, Corinella.
HILL (Dargan). - Mias DARGAN wishes to
THANK the sisters o! HU Monica's, St. Teresa's,.-and Father Powers for their kindness to her niece, also the many kind friends and re- lations for letters, canin, floral tributes, and personal. expressions of tumpathy during her re- cent pad bereavement. Will all please accept this ns a personal acknowledgment of my deepest gratitude. 693 Mt. Alexander road, Moonee Ponds. LYNCH.-Mrs. HENRY (Harry) LYNCH and Relatives wish to THANK their many kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, beautiful floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym- pathy fn their recent sad bereavement,' especially thanking Dr. Strahan for his kind and'untiring attention, also thanking the Rev. Mr. Frederick for his spiritual comfort. Will all please, accept this aa a personal acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude. " _ MR. LUKEY and Family desire to express their
sincere THANKS tp nil their'many kind friends and relatives for personal visita» telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal cv prewiona of sympathy in their recent pad be- reavement in the loss of a loving and faithful
wife and mother; especially thanking Mrs. A. King, Rev. E. C. .allot, and Dr. Ratten, mil all, friends kindly accept this acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude. 101 Tinning street, Weat Brunswick. _
MR. A. E. CASS wishes to THANK bis many
kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and pcnonal sympathy lu his recent eau bereavement, specially the Rev. A. R, Mace, Nurse Stainsby, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Hurst,
and Mrs. Filer, .
MR. C. M. JURY. Sons, and Daughters desire ?\ta THANK their kind relative» and friend« for letter«, telegram«, card«, floral tributes, and personal expressions St aympsthy during their re- cent ead bereavement In the low of hi» dear wife and their devoted Toother; specially thank- ing the Rev-. Father Egan tor hi« klndnws. Will all friends accept thl« aa o personal «clolov). ledgment of their deepest gratitude. Tralee, John
street, Kant Malvern.
MR. and Mrs. F. A. JOHNSON and Family de-
sire to THANK their many friend« and re- latives for personal expressions of sympathy, In- ters, card«, telegram«, and floral tribute« In their recent bereavement. Will nil kindly accept thi« expression ot our very »Inceío gratitude. 461
Nicholson strtet. North Carlton.
MR. and Mrs. G. HILL and Family, Cranbourne
road, Dandenong (late ot -Sorrento), «rlih to THAKK relation«, friends, 'on* neighbour, . for îliclr»kindness and floral tribut« in thelt «ad
MR. and Mrs. FRANK COX with to THANK
their many friend« for their kindness, al«o for letters ot aympathy, telegram», and floral tribute«. G6 Bloomfield mad, Ascotvale.
MR. J. J. O'HARA and Family wish to THANK
all kind friends and relative« for letters, canis, telegrams, nnd floral tribute» In their r*»cent bereavement. ISO Park Btrect. South Melbourne.
MR and Mrs. H. BULLOCK and Family, of
Hamilton, sincerely THANK their many friends fnt» messages of sympathy in their recent
MRS. A. C. GREEN and Daughters, Sidhurst,
Robinson street, Malvern, wish to THANK many < kind friends tor letter», cards, tele gra'ms,_",florii,l tributes, and personal expression» of sympathy in the sad losa of a loving husband ?nd father, especially thanking Drs. Trood and Gamble, Nurse Kilpatrick, employees 'City Motor Service, and Mr. and Mrs. Priestley, senior and
MRS. G. H. TINKLER and Family desire to ex
. pim their sincere THANKS to relative» and friends for letter», cards, floral tribute«, .and per- sonal cxpresHions of sympathy received'in their recent sad bereavement; especially Rev. A B. Campbell. Air. and Mrs. J. Dixon, and Mr». Black.' Will all kind friends accept our sincera thank»._'_ MRS. CARRICK and Family desire to express
their-sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relation« for letter«, and all personal exprès «Ion» of «ympathy In their recent »ad bereavement of à loVIng husband and father; especially thank- ing Nurse Zeigtcr, Mr. and Mr». Coade, tne tram- way employees, and tho Rcy. Bride Barber. Will all .please accept thl« as a personal acknowledg- ment of our deepest gratitude. ' »l8 Barrow »treet,
ROSS,-The Family of the late Mrs. ROSS
dcBlro to cxprcf« their -he-utfclt THANKS to .their many kind friends, relatives, and neigh bom« for letter«, telegramB, cards, and floral tribute«, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent fiad bereavement, especially thank- ing Dr. Sutherland and the" Rev. Ti. Williams. 5.1 nlnomfield road. Ascotvale._
SHAW.-The Sons and Daughters of the late Mrs.
ELIZABETH MARY SHAW desire to THANK all friends for letters, cards, telegram«, floral tri- bute«, and personal cxprcs«ions of «ympathy in their recent 6-id bereavement. Will nil please occcpt this as an acknowledgment of their deepest
THE Family of the late Mr. JAMES MILLS de ' sire to sincerely THANK all thnae who so kindly called, sent messages of sympathy, and beautiful floral tributes In their recent sad be reavement. Hurstbridge._ TRUEMAN.-The Daughters of the late Mrs.
THOMAS TRUEMAN wish to THANK their manv kind friends for letters, card«, telegrams, floral tributes, and lierional expressions of »yni
lathy received In their recent sad bereavement Vill all kindly accept this as a personal acknow* lidgment of their .gratitude. (Olive Matthew Simmon», Elva Trueman ) -_
ARMSTRONG.-The Friends of the late Mr.
JOSEPH JAMES ARMSTRONG aro respectfully Informed that his remains will be Interred in the New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.
Redmond, z¿¡ Kigin street, unmon, un»
(Saturday, ¡september 11,1026), at 3.-15 p.m.
JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH, Funeral Director, 3S0 Lygon street. Carlton; ond at Thornbury, 'rhouo
BOOTH.-Friends of the lot« Mr». MARY
AHF.LIA BOOTH are Informed that her re- main» ulll be Interred In the Box Hill Cometíry.
The limerai will leave her residence. Carinya. Olinda, THIS DAY (Saturday, 11th September), at " v'clock, arriving at the cemetery at 3.30.
BROWNE.-The Friends of Mrs. MARY ANN BROWNE are informed that her funeral vvi" leave the resldenco of her daughter (Mrs. Margart
Sim«), 25 Soudan street, Malvern, THIS HAY (Saturday), at 10 n.m., for Interment in the Kjneton Cemetery, possing the post-office, Kjnt
COX.-Friends of the late Mr. JOHN COX, of
Heidelberg, ore Informed that his remains will be Interred In tlie Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral will arrive at the cemetery, THIS DAY (Saturilaj, lllh September), at 4 o'clock.
I). MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Motor Funeral Ser vice, routh Yarra; and at Caultlcld and Oakleigh.
CURRIE-The Friends of the late INA MARY
CURRin aro respei-Uully Informed that her rem.ilna v\IU bo Interred in the Box Ulli Cerno
.... fnneral i» «¡Bpolnled to \av» her lato Kui tice. Scoresby road, Bayswater, . THIS DAY
icsitunlay), at 2 p.m.
, A. W. PADBURY, IPuncwt Director. 'W, Auburn, and Box lill!. Tel. Haw, 31, 1531, Box Mill 14«. _____,_
DALY. -The Friends of Mr. JOHN DALY are
informed that the funeral of his .beloved wife, Fanny, will leave his residence, 128 Alma road. Caulfield, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 12.30, for interment in the Brighton Cemetery, arriving
RAYBOULDS, Funeral Director», opposlto sta tion, Malvern. 'Phono U1437.
DICKINSON.-The Friend» of, the late. Mn,
FANNIE ANN DICKINSON arc respectfully In vlted to follow her remain« to the place of inter- ment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral «till leave her itaidcnce. 1BD Peel »treet, North Melbourne, THIS DAY (Saturday),
at 2.80. o'clock.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Undertaker, Errol street, North Melbourne-('phone FITCH; SOO Mt Alex, ander road. Moonee Pond» ('phone FStül); 7K ?Sydney road, Hrun«vv!ck ('phono STU Rrunsvvlck).
ELLIS.-The Friend» of the late WILLUM
EDWARD ELLIS are rcsrcetfully invited to follow hi» . remains to the place of interment. In the Brighton Cemetery,
HOWELL -Tho Friends of tho lato Mr, JAMES
HOWELL aro respectfully inlormod'Uiat hi» remain» will b« Interred tn tho Williamstown Cemetery.
The funeral Is appointed to move from hi» residence, Betliford, 31 Stewart street, Williams, town, THIS DAY (Saturday, tbe 11th ScpUmbcr), at 3 30 p m.
fcRNEST W. JACKSON, Undertaker and Era balmrr. Ferguson street, Williamstown. 'Phone 23 Williamstown_
LONGDEN. - The Friends of the late Mrs.
EMMA E LO»vGDE>, aro informed that hor remains will ho interred In the Brighton Ccmc
The funeral is appointed to move from tbo residence of her daughter (Mrs. M.'Street), 0 Hood ftreot, Elwood, THIS DAY (Saturday, 11th beptcmbcr), at 11 am.
AITS AND BOSS TTY. LTD , Undertaker«.
RICE.-The Friends of the lato Mr. ALFRED
RICE are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, Terrara road, Vermont, THIS DAY (Saturday, 11th Sep- tember), at 3 p m
HERBERT KING and SON, Undertakers, Lennox street, Richmond 'Phone J3462.
SMITH-The Friends of Mr. RICHARD SMITH
aro Invited to follow the remain» of hi» beloved wife. Lucy, to their last resting place in
the Box Hill Cirocterv
A service will De held at the Henson street Methodist Church, Surrey Hills, THIS AFTER NOON', at 3 o'clock. At the conclusion the funeral will proceed to tho cemetery.
LE PINE »nd 80N, Undertaker». Tel. J1441
ind Haw 813. '_
STRAUGHAIR-The Relativos of the late Mrs.
JESSIE MAUD S1RAUQUAIR aro notified that bor funeral will urrlvo at the Heidelberg Cemetery gate» on Monday Morning (Í3th September), at 11 am. Private.