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DOUGLAS (nee Grace D Ellis).-On the 9th April,
at Quisisana, Dandenong road, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Douglas-a daughter.
JENNINGS.-On the 6th March, to Mr. and Mrs. JC. J. Jenning-, E., S, and A. Hank, Bendigo a daughter.
SMITH.-On the 7th April, at Moira private hos
pital, Sandringham to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, ol Hillcrest, Grout street, Hampton-a daughter. (Both well)
TAYLOR.-On the 20th March, at Guildford
private hospital, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor, of Middle Brlghtnn-a son.
Kn-WIt.TOX.-F Golden Wedding.]-tin the lilli
\pril, 1877, at the residence of the bride's mother, Hope strict, bandhursi, bj the Hev. .tnieph King, Samuel, eldest sou of Samuel Foi, King street, Dawlesford, to France» Mar}', second daughter of the 'late Tilomas Wilton, sandhurst. (Pictent address, Wilton, Harilciir meet, Deniliquin.)
HnTHOltPE-KYLE.-plilby Wedding.]-On the
11th \prfl, 1SS7, at Coburg, by tlie Ile.. A. Mccallum, George Sargent, eldest son of the late Mr. and .Mrs. G. II. llatlhorpo, Urunittlck, to Agnes l.jdla. onlt daughter ol the late Mr and Mr«. .Ino. K.vle. Coburg. (Present addiess, 5 Sevmour avu.no, Malvern.)
BARBOR-On the 10th April, at the Alfred Hos-
pital, Prahran, Richard Dawson, the dearly be- loved husband of Fsthei, loving father of Mary and Dora, and fond brother of Robert, James
(deceased), William, Edward, Elsie, Agnes. Mary. Norah, Margaret, and Anna, aged 51 tears. (Dublin paper« please copy-.)
BELL. -On the 8th April, Richard Brockie, of
102a Mont Albert road. Canterbury, beloved husband of Edith, and loving father of Donald and Gordon, aged 44 years, late A.I.F.
BELL-On the8th April, Richard Brockie, the
loved son of the late Richard and Catherine Bell, and loving brother of Agnes, David, Joan, and the late lohn Livingstone Bell. An Anzac,late 14th Battalion.
BENNION- On the 10th April, (result of acci-
dent), William Fawcett Bennion beloved hus- band of the late Elizabeth, and loving father of Emma, Alice, William, Bertha, Edith, and Harold (deceased), aged 77 year; late of Geelong.
BOW DEN.-On the lililí April, at the Melbourne
Hospital, William Bonden, nt l"p«ev (late of Htlianald), belo\ed hu-band of the late Margaret Bonden, and loving father of Atlee (Mr*. Boag), Iran». Mano'i (Mrs. O'RIell}). Leslie (Mrs Prie-tlci. of W.A.), and the late Mayland Kerina, aged SO »cars
Itcst ill pejee.
BRIDE-On the 7th Aplll. nt a pmatc hospital,
Melbourne, Thomas Franc!« Bride, formerly hr.nni.in. Public I.ihiarv, Melbuurne, and later rurator of tito estates of deceased persons, Mel- bourne, aged 75 j ears.
liequiescat in pace.
FRimlS.-On Hie Kith April, at the Cheltcnlúim
Heines. .Lime« Biittain, late of Lavci's Hill, in lils 70th jcar.
IIIKhf-On the 10th \prll, at Melbourne Hos-
pital. Patrick Joseph, oí Noith Carlton, deailt lined husband or Claia, mid loi lug father o'f (trace, .lack, ami Vela, and brother of .lohn (deceased), Miehafl, Frank, and (unie, late of Fillaiit. (1Î.I.P.)
CATIONS - On the 10th April, at the Children's
Hospital, Dorothy Jean, dearly beloved and only child of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cations, of Wer- ribee, aged 7 1/2 months.
Phil living, still loving, still ours.
CONINGSBY. - On the 10th Apr. at a private hos-
pital, at St. Kilda, Reginald Frederick Coningsby, of 94 Milton street, St. Kilda, beloved hus- band of .Myrtle, and loving son of Arthur and Martha, also beloved brother of Ena, aged 30
years and 11 months.
lui \ F-On the 101 li April, at No. S Prentice
Mint, Hast St. Kilda, Calhenne (Tot), the flVjilv beloved third daughter ni the late Pstltck »nd Catherine Covne, foi merit of ht. Kilda, a-cd 56 5 eaii.
Rest in peace.
CRAIG-On the 10th April, at his residence, 78
Illirie sheet. Middle Brighton, John Craig, late of West Melbourne.
EDWARDS. - On the 10th April, at the residence
of his son-in-law (Mr. A. Prentice, 23 Rathmines street, Fairfield), Elijah Henry Passmore Ed- wards, beloved husband of the late Annie Ed- wards, loving father of Henry, Albert, Laurence and Ormond Edwards, Bella (Ms. Prentice), Anne (Mrs. Frazer, deceased), Minnie (Mrs. Phil.- pott), aged 82 years. (Private interment.)
So He giveth His beloved sleep.
FIELD-On the 10th April, at, her residence.
Boodini, S3 Miifmd street, st. Kilda, Jlarv Annie, wife of John Challo«. Field, and mother m Ella (Mrs. K. W. Hatten), Norman.-Colln (Tasmania), Teenie, mid Hugh.
FISHER.-On the 10th April, at 9 Beaconsfield
Parade. St. Kilda. Thomas Paton, the dearlv beloved husband of Ethel May Fisher, aged 66
FLAHERTY (nee Pywell).- On the 9th April, at
St. Vincent's Hospital, Annie Sophia, the dearly beloved wife of Patrick John Flaherty, Duncan's road, Werribee loving mother of Jack, Percy, Vera, Eileen, Tom, Frank, and Herb, beloved sister of Frank Pywell, Jinny (Mrs. J. King), and Sarah (Mrs. E. Arnold), aged 49 years.
May her soul rest in peace.
mSCF- On the 8th Apiil. at 12S Atherton
read, Olkleigll, Itcbeeul, beloved wife of the late Edward, and loving mnlhcr of Matilda, Amelia (deceased),. Edwaid, Mar3', and Lucy, arid 79 >*ars.
m(<.F.n.-On the StirApill, at M.vrllcford, Doug
las Stuart, loved M)n of Ileglnald lind Jessie Fratti, aged one month.
GAGG - On the 10th April, at his daughter's residence,
Nathania Springs, Monbulk, Robert (Bob), husband ol the late Sarah Gagg, of Point Nepean road, Mordialloc, and dearlv loved father of Emilv, Millie, and Lena, aged 71 years, late of Collingwood.
Mother and father reunited.
OtTHFF.-On the Sill April (accidentally killed
at Rockbuik), Michael Penrose, loving husband el W11 Gatlitr (Ballarat). and brother of Mar guérite, l.uev (Sster Alovsill«. Convent nf Merci, Liltdile), and Claire, aged 35 jems. (Interred Burwod Cemetery, Otli April.) It.l.l'.
GREEN.-On the 6th April, at Melbourne Hos-
pital, Minnie, widow of the late William Green (late of Berwick and Lake Boga), and loving mother of Olive (Mrs. Rae), Willie, Isabel, Edie, and Lesley.
GRINDLAY - On the 8th April, 1927, at her resi-
dence, Rosyth, Derby Street, East Camberwell, Catherine, widow of the late John Grindlay, formerly of Willliamstown. (Privately interred Williamstown Cemetery, 9th April, 1927.)
HAYWARD-On the 7th April, at the residence
of her son-in-law (Mr. E. Ladner), Glencoe, Warrnambool, Emily, dearly beloved wife of the late Charles James Hayward, and loving mother of Ernest (Essendon), Mrs. G. Selman (Ferntree Gully), Mrs. Alf. Smith (Canterbury), Mrs P. R. Le Couteur (Nullawarre), Mrs. E. Ladner, and the late May Hayward, and loving grandmother of Irene Smith, nged 81 years.
JONES._On (1,,. mu, April, at her residence, 128
Rnmsuick- slreel, Fitzroy, Susannah, relict of Ibe late Michael Jones, of Swan Hill, and loved mellier of John, hmllv. Mary. Ellnibclb, Hannah, Jame«, George, Madge, and Alice,'also loved sbtrr of Mrs. P. Cummins, Sirs. C. .lumea, II. Crarkshank, G. Cruickshank, ». Cruickshank, and Mrs. C. Cohan (W.A.), aged 72 jean.
LANE.-Oii the 10th April, 1927, at No. 4 Murray
street, Coburg, Timothy John, beloved husband of liona 1 lnreiire, and loving father of Sheila and callina, aged 34 ¿cara.
LAWRY.-On the Ulli April (result of accident),
at St. "Vincent's Hospital, John Jamca l^iwry, ¿arli helmed husbind of Maigarct Ellen, of 22 C.trtniile Ftreet, Windsor, son-ln-latv of flomld and .Min Teasdale, of 22 Gertrude atrect, Windsor, aged SO j cara.
LEGGETT-Oii the 9th April, at Melbourne Hos-
pital, Uonald William Albert Leggett, the dearly lover! husbind of Flounce Violet Leggett (uec llr.Vab), and loving fither of Jean mid Norma, of 21 I ¡ff» street, Thornbury, aged 30 ¡can.
One of tim best.
LEGGETT.-On the 9th April, at Melbourne Uos mul, Donald William Albeit LcggrU, lotlng ntmgnl son of lite Albert and Annie Leggett. Motrd mother ol Juhn, May, Annie, lvj, nnd
LEGGETT-On the 9th April, at Melbourne Ho«
PlUI, Uonald William Albert Leggett, loving sen Inda» of Mr. and "Irs. John and Mary McNab, el 24 F.tffe street, Thornbury, uged 35 jcirs
LYTE.-On (he 9th April (result of accident),
william Charles, the drallv beloted lnn.li.inil of Catherine Lite, of 3 Delmont avenue, Ei*t MJI ''m, lovin; father of Girlie (Mn. Honldet), E'tl» (Mis Ramm), Phil, Will, Elsie (Mrs Reid), Harold, and Toil.
MACREADIE.-On the Slh Amil, at his re«ldcnci.
at Willung, Robert, dearly lovid biiMiind of ¿>ne nell (deceased), and luting fither .' Charles J., Mary Jane (Mr« Fleming), F.li?..
«Iii Ann (Mm Darling), Iiobert, Annie Bell «Mrs. Rejnolds), William Jnlui, Thonns li , ?loihua, Minnie Ellen (Mu Will»), Alfred II., J'«» F., Florence Alice (Mr« Fawkes), and '"a, aged M j cara
MARTIN.-"0n tn< 'H' M-mli, -it bl« lisidence,
*»o. S Lawes stree!. Hawthorn, James, dearlv »loved husband ol Ellen Martin, and lo
Marr of Jdtc (Mrs Locke), John, Janie«, i".u I a rick, and loving grandiitlier of Juckle, Patricia, Brian, and Anthon... aged C3 Jc tM) flowers, bv special request.)
". Itcouieecat in pice.
MOORE-On Hie lib \pril, FC7. al the A.,-.
Journe Hospital. Arthur Ljtiriiin the deiilj lavml hu*Jtl,l 0| linrpnpp, ,lïCj ;¡| ,r"re.
??^;T?n ,h' M' Mini Ooult ol iccde,
« Melhmirne Ho pll.il, Srlhlir, the llenlv
'loteil husbind of I Ion nu (mo «milli), of 9 tralsitwic avrnue. Cnburg, nnd lovwl brothrr
ilair of C and I. Colling-, 22 Donnie it'eel,
ned b. nil.
¡In Hu !nh Apill (n
lllhur I i
.' lloren.Í Mo,r,','"f,f"9"V
"burr; lotc.I son of Arthili «ne Uofjie, agrd ",t von«
MOORE._v ",,"", l0 ",,r ,
"'l"l, Aithui. who «bel al
'«'.Hi' Iftult el moto- ne, ".' tlai« and Re;. Barlow.)
NOLAN.-On the 9th April (suddenly), at Arma
dale, Richard John, loved husband of the late Alice Nolan, and third son of the late Hopton Nolan, Tarrawingee, Victoria.
NOLAN.-On the !Hh Avril (suitdcnl>), Rit-haut
.lohn, highly esteemed member of the Malvern Club. (Iii-crted as a token of íespcct by the President and Member of the^Club.)
NOLAN.-On the «li Apill (smldcnU), at Arma-
dale. Ilk-hard .lohn (Ititi.), loved hlolhcr-iu-law o( Mc. llut-goutc and Kale Cdvvai>K Annadale fittest, Almadale.
' fcatlly mittet!.
PARBURY.-rBy tnl.lf.1-On iii« Ctli .April. In
London, Annie I'aibur.v, widow of the late Charlea Parbui.v.
ROWE.-On the 5th April (suddenly), lvy, the
dearly loved daughter of Mary Louisa Rowe, of 126 McKean street, North Fitzroy, loving sister of Harvey, Charles, and Andy, aged 27 years.
ROWE.-In memory of Ivy May Rowe, beloved fiancee of Eric Hart, and darling friend of Mr.
and Mrs. Hart, of 64 Clarendon street. Northcote.
A life made beautiful by kindly deeds.
SCENEY.-On the 10th April, at a private hos-
pital, Armadale, Patrick, the dearly beloved husband of Amelia Sceney, loving father of Wil liam, Emma, Millie, and Leslie, stepfather of Joseph and Victor White, aged 72 years. (By request, no flowers.)
SCHROEDER.-On the Btli Apill, 1927, at her
residence, 4 York- direct, Glenferrie. Am.1er Doiothea, relict of the late .lohn Detlef Scliroc der, aged 75 jelra. (Ptlvatc luteiment.)
S1SS0N.-On the Sth April, 1927, at her residence,
»7 Chetwynd street, North Melbourne, Jc»slc »ay, beloved wife of Albeit Slsson. lot li« mother of Jessie, Jean, and Alex, loving daughter of James MacBeth and the late Elizabeth Mac Beth, aged 32 years.
SillTlL-On the 7lh April, at Nmtli Fltx'rov,
Kllpheth Smith, widow of the Uto John K. Sniltli, formerly of Hoharl, Ta-onania. aged M year«, late of Abbotsford street, Xorth'Mel- bourne. (Intcri-fd .Melbourne Cemeleiy April
Peace, perfeel peace,
S.\IITH.-On the Plh Anrll. Florence Mars.-.lcarlv
loved wife of John Smith, Inviiiirt mother o'f .lean. Jack, Arthur, Ena. Winnie, lotlng niothei In-low ol Eric, piandniothcr of HIT»I and
SMI'III.-Oii the 9lh April, at her residence, lfi
CarlMo «treet, St. Kilda, Floicnre Maiv. the dearly beloieil wife of John Smith, lovlntr mother ol Jean, Jack, Arthur, Ena, and Winnie.
SMITH (nee Cttmpbcll).-On the 9th April, at her
residence, 10 Carlisle street, St. Kilda, Florrie, loved and only daughter of Jean Campbell, late ni High suret, Prahran, loviug sifter of Arthur, Collu, George, (.cvvls, Hoy, And Jeff.
THEVE.NEN.-On the 2nd April, 1927. at the reii
dence of her son (H. S. Trennen), 77 HtrUr street, Ilallarat, Wart-, relict of the late Janie» Trcvencn, of Golden l'oint, in her S3rd vear.
TREZISE.-On the 10th April 1927 at the resi-
dence of her son-in-law (Mr. George Wills), 115 Upper Autumn street, Geelong West, Mary Josephine, widow of the late James Trezise, late of Hiscocks, and loving mother of Jane (deceasedl), Margaret (deceased), Margery (Mrs Wills), James (late A.I.F., deceased), Frederick (deceased), Katherine (deceased), Irene (Mrs Nuzum) and John, aged 71 years.
WILLIAMS.-On the 19th April, at her residence,
148 Bastings street, Northcote-, Robina Isabella. dearly loved wife of Benjamin, and mother of Jean, eldest daughter of Robert and Isabella
Sleep, perfect* sleep.
IN MEMORIAM. On Acllve Service.
BURLEY.-In loving mcmoiy of our dear
and brother, L.-C. T. M. Jlurlev, late 16th Uattallon, killed in action at Bullecourt on April 11, 1917. (Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brother.) <
BURTON.-In loving- memory .of George Samuel,
-tilth Battalion, son of Jesse' and Mary Burton, who died April 11, 1917, at Bullecourt; also Elsie Mary, who died at Thornbury March 4, 1919. (Inserted by the family.) .
CLARK.-In loving memory of our dearly beloved
son and brother, Janies Robert, killed in uetion at Amiens April 11, ISIS; also our dear WIM, killed at Passchendaele October 4, 1917.
Thoughts return to scenes lone past; Years roll on, but memory lasts.
-(Inserted by their lot. in* lather, mother, brothers, and slstets, Buln Buln road, Drouin.j CLARK.-A losing token to the memory of our
dearly loved brother Jim, killed in action at Amiens April 11. 191S; abo our dear Will, killed October 4. 1917.
Loved in life, tiotincd in death.
A beautiful memory Is all that's left. -(Inserted by their loving sisters.)
DAVIS.-In memory ol Captain H. O. Davl«. lair
C Company, 16th Batt., A.I.F.. killed in aclion at Bullecourt, France, on April 11, 1917. (In- serted bv his father, J. Davis, Drysdale.)
FLETCHER.-In loving mcmôiy of D. J. Fletcher,
killed lu action April 11, 1917.
V There is no death to the low thal lites
% Or the faith which stands serene.
'.'Ile Is waltlngjor us, the boy we mourn,"
And there is just a door between. * Our hero, cter icmeinheied.
-(Inserted bv his mother, sisters, and only brollier, Bob.)
HARDIE.-Lance-Corporal Norman Hardie, who
sleeps somewhere in France. /
Lest we forget.
-(Inserted by Scots elim eli choir. Heidelberg.) LEANE.-In loving memory of Captain Allan
Edwin Leane, 45th Battn., All.P.. eldest son of Colonel E. T. and Mr». Leane, St. Hubert's, St. Kilda, wounded anti missing, Bullecourt, April 11, 1917.
LONG.-In loving memory &t our dear father,
Private James Long. 14th Battalion, killed in action, Bullecourt, 11th April, 1917.
Deep in our hearts you are fondly remembered,
Sweet memories cling round your name;
Our hearts that held .sou in deepest affection
Still love jon in death just the same.
-(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in law. May and Arthur Tocey, Mansfield street, Thornbury.)
MENZIES.-In sad and loving meinoiy of our
dearly beloved youngest Ron, Pilvate David Walker Menzies. No. 3415, 14th Battalion, killed in action at Bullecourt on Apill li, 1917, loving brother of Jack and Jean.
He has horne lils cross, lie lias gained his crown,
Though he sleeps in a far-off gra»c;
And we think of his life, a duty done.
Manly, unselfish, and brave.
-(Inserted by his loving parents, Seddon.)
MENZIES.-In loving memory of out1 dear brother.
Private D. Menzies (No. :>41fi), 14th Battalion, repotted killed in action Bullecourt, 11th April, 1917.
-(Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in law, Jaik and Nellie Menzies, Newmarket.)
NELSON.-In memory of our ? dear sons, «ho
gave ' their all In defence ol our Empire A. E. Nelson, at Bullecourt, on April II, 1917; also his brother. J. B. Nelson, at Armentlercs, on February 27, 1917. (Mother, father, and sisters, Lock street. Mont Albert.)
PARKINSON.-In loving memory of our dear
son anti brother Albert Edward (Bert), killed in action at Bullecourt on the 11th April, 1917.
Thoughts return to scenes long past, Years roll on, but memory lasts. -(Greycliffe, Box Hill.)
ROSS.-In sad remembrance of-our dear son and
brother, Serg. C. F. Ros«, 14th Battalion, killed in action at Bullecourt, April 11, 1917.
Time cannot heal our aching hearts,
Nor from our memory tear;
The lace, ihe form, we loved so well
Will dwell for ever there.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother, brothers, and sisters, Wolstencroft street, Ben- digo.)
ROSS.-In sad remembrance ol our dear brother,
Serg. 0. K. Ross. 14th Battalion, killed in action at Bullecourt, France. April 11. 1917.
Ten year« today he stood In France,
For freedom's cause he took his chance; But nohly he fell amidst the strife. For God had chosen the higher life.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing brother and sister, Will and Dorena Boss, Sheffield, Tasmania.)
WALLIS.-In losing memory of Private David
Keith Walli«, 14th Battalion, A.I.F., killed In action Lagnicourt, France, lilli April, 1917. (Inserted by hi« mother, sister, and brothers, Illouera, 121 Brighton road, Elsternwick.) ,
CRICK,-In loving memory of
Phil, who passed away on . loving father of Cli\c.
'-(Inserted by his lot tag wife. Belle.)
FOWLER.-In lot ins tnimory of dear Trixie,
passed away April 11, 1925; also dear Jack, killed in aclion, July 20. 1916.
Beautiful memories. -(A., Williamstown.)
HAYWARD.-in loving memory of out dear friend,
Mrs. J. (Florrie) Hayward, who died on the 10th April, 1926. (Inserted by S. 0. and M. 1>.
Hortons.-In lot Ins memory of my de.tr father.
William Henry, who passed away at 39 station street, Maltetn, on the lltll April, 1910.
Sadlv missed and eter remembeied.
-(Insetted by Iii« lotlng son, William Henty Hodge«, and family.) > LEITCH.-lu loting memory of my dear hus-
band and our dear falher. Waller Lettth, who lus-ed away on 11 tit April, 19J2, at Kameruka, Epsom road, Kensington.
So deatly loted, so sadly missed.
MCGREGOR.-Sacred to the mernoo ol our
ptceious mother, wito pas'cd pracefullt away at Pillcau street. Coleraine, on April 11, 1926. (Born county Antrim, Ireland.)
Mother-Ood's greatest gilt.
Until the dawn breaks and the »lindo»! dec
-(Memory revered by her sorrowing family of
sons anil daughters.)
MONIGHBI TI.-Sacred lo the memory of our
dear Charl, who departed this life at Kilcunda, April 11 (Baster Saturday), 1923.
May his dear soul rest in peace.
He was loved by all, jet none o'er his lone
grave may weep.
-(Inserted by his loving mother, sister, and
RICKETTS.-In memory of our darling daughter, Williamena (Mena) Lillian, who passed away at Almora, S3 Pasco street, Williamstown, cn April 11, 1926.
Star of our home, thv radiance eter beams
Through all our thoughts and in our nightly
Atmtnil out hearts and in thy rlirrished place Memory eter recalls thy dem", sweet f.ice.
-(In-erli ii by her loving patent», A. II. dnil K. RicUlts, and brother Hetlieit.)
Hit KETTS-In lotlng meinotv of our den tti.iutl
daughter and nure, Wililameiu (Mena) Lillian who pawd away on Apill II. IMIi.
Heater to minion- than wonls cm tell
I-, the clllld we io<t .mil loved KI well. And while »he ie»ts In »item tlrip lier memory we will ahvai, keep.
-(Invited by bet loving ciimdpiicnl«, Mr, and Mrs. G. Falconer, ami Aunt Minnie. Bal gownlc, IS Collins sticct, (jcclon^ West.)
I IN MEMORIAM.
I SMITH.- V tnbtitc ui loving memory to Reuben V William. Isle head master 1912, Ils de street
state school, who passed away at his nsldence, Melita, Dautleuotig road, Murrumbeena, on April
I Nu space of time, no lapse ol .vears
(.'au dim our loved one's past; ' A loving memory holds it dear,
Affetlion holds it .fast.
-tln«e|ted by his loving family.)
SMITH.-In fond memolv of Reuben, William
Smith, tolmer head ma>ter Hvdc street\State schuol, Footscray, who passed away at . hi« residence, Melita. Dandenong road. East Mai. v. on 11th April. 1919. i ' Iii« memory, ever sweet and dear,
N treasured »till with hive slnceie. -(Insettesl by lila family.)
SOLOMON.-In loving immory of our dear wife
mid mother, Nita, who pas-ed away on the nth April, 1923.
Losing fltvtl true, she i* now tvt rest;
1-oved by »II, »he was ono of the best.
-(Insetled by her loving husband and sltildrcn.) SOLOMON.-In loving memory of my dear daugh-
ter. Nita who departed this life on the lltlt April. 19Í3, also loving »l»ter of Un. I. Silk.
Mrs. It. Muvk«, and ,1. Woodward.
God rest her sunl III peace.
TRKNEAR.-In loving memory of rtiv dear hus-
band, and our dear father, James iTrenear, svho departed (hist life on April 11,1923.
-(Inserted by bl« loving wife ami family.)
WILLIAMS.-In fond nut! loving memory of my
darling son, Robert Newton (llolibie), who passed away on April 11, 192;!, agetl 21 year«; also ins- dear husband, Robert Thomar (Rohb), Who departed this life on Februar) 21), 1924,
«geil 29 J cats.
Ted's little platínate Gone to that school
White Christ Hittf-elf dolli rule.
-(Inserted hy hi« loving niothtr and little brother Tetldle. 13 Hope street, Spotswood.)
MILLS.-Mt. and Ml-. F. W. MILLS alni Sisters
desire In espie» Hielt lu-.ntf.-Il HUSKS
to all tejativc» «ml kimi ft lend, foi their los li
«vnipathv in I heil ii'cent --.id nil,I Midden bereav ment. Will ¡ill please .inept Hil, n« » pelion at-knovvlislgniiiit of n-ii dirpe«t giutlttide. Blown
BENNION. - The Friends of the late Mr.
WILLIAM F. BENNION are informed that his remains will be interred in the Newtown Cemetary, Geelong.
The funeral is appointed to move from the resi- dence of his son-in-law (Mr. W. T. Bigmore), Aberdeen street, Newtown, Geelong, Tomorrow (Tuesday, 12th April), at 2.30.
BRITTAIN.-The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES
BRITTAIN are Informed that his remains will be interred in the Cheltenham Cemetery on the 12th April, at 11 a.m.
CATIONS. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W.
CATIONS, of Werribee, are respectfully in- formed that the remains of their their beloved and only child Dorothy Jean, will be interred in the Werribee Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from their resi- dence, THIS DAY (Monday, April 11), at 3
ERNEST W. JACKSON, Funeral Director and Embalmer, Ferguson street, Williamstown; and Newport. Tel. 25 Williamstown.
CONINGSBY. - The Friends of the late
REGINALD FREDERICK CONINGSBY are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the Burwood Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, 94 Milton street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Monday), at 3 o'clock.
ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director (estab. 1854). Head office, 221 Victoria street, Mel- bourne West ('phone F1980). CONINGSBY. - City of Prahran Lodge, No. 115.
A.F. and A.M.-Brethren of the above Lodge and Craft In General are invited to attend the funeral of our late beloved brother, REGINALD FREDERICK CONINGSBY.
The cortege will leave the residence of his parents, corner Ruskin and Milton streets, St.-
Kilda, THIS DAY (Monday, 11th April), for the Burwood Cemetery, at 3 o'clock.
F. L. MILLARD, Secretary
F. A. KEILLER, Master.
COYNE.-The Friends of Miss CATHERINE
(TOT) COYNE are informed that her funeral will leave lite residenre of her sister (Mrs. A. J. James), No. S. Prentice street, East St; Kilda, T1IIS DAY (Montla.s), at 3.30 p.m.. for Interment in 'tlie St, Kilda Cemetery, arriving at a quarter
lo 4 o'elotk.
. nAYflOULDS; Funeral Directors, 4 and 6 Cecil street. Prahran. 'Phone Win. 17.-_fi
CRAIG.-The Friends of the late. Mr. JOHN
CRAIG are Informed that his tcinalns will be Interred in the Brighton Cemetery.
The lunera) will leave lils residence, 7S Whyte slrect. Middle Brighton, To-morrow (Tuesday, 12lh April),, at 11 o'clock.
EDWARDS. - The Friends of the late Mr.
ELIJAH H. P. EDWARDS are respectfully in- formed that his remains will be interted in the Coburg Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave the Gillies street. Fairfield, Church of Christ, THIS DAY (Monday, 11th April), after a short service, com- mencing at 2 p.m. (Funeral private.)
HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker, 154 John- ston street, Fitzroy; 217 High street, Northcote. Tels. J1066, Northcote 579. Established 1843.
"IFIELD. - The Friend« of Mr. JOHN CHARLES -*- FIELD aro Informed that the remains ol lils dearly loved svlfe, Mary Annie will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral will lease Rossdhu, 53 Mitlold street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Monday, the 11th April),
at 3.30 p.m.
FISHER. - The Funeral ol the late THOMAS PATON FISHER (of Messrs. Fisher Bros. Pty. Ltd., Russell Street, Melbourne) will arrive at
St. Kilda Cemetery, THIS DAY (Monday, 11th April), at 2.13 p.m.
"FLAHERTY.-The Friends of Mr. PATRICK
JOHN FLAHERTY are respectfully Invited to follow the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Annie Sophia, to the place of interment, in the
The funeral is appointed to move from his residence, Duncan's Road. Werribee, THIS DAY (Monday, 11th April), at 2.30 p.m.
HERBERT KING and SONS,
Undertaker«. Albert and Paisley
street, Footscray Phone 25.
GAGG. - The Friends of the late Mr. ROBERT
(BOB) GAGG are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Cheltenham Cemetery.
The funeral will leave the residence of his son in-law (Mr. F. C. Gay, Nathania Springs. Mon- bulk, To morrow (Tuesday, 12th April), at 10 o'clock, and proceed to his residence, Point Nepean road, Mordialloc, from whichi the funeral will leave for the cemetery at 4 o'clock. Motors.
ROSE BROS., Undertakers, Glebe avenue, Chel tenham. Tel. Chelt, 42._
HOWELL. - The Friends of the late Mr.
THKOPIIILUS HOWELL areircspcctfully in- formed that his tem-iins ssill be interrrd in the New Melbourne Cemetiry. Fawkner.
The lunera! is appointed to move from his resí- lleme, Nu 27.! Itarkl.v »treet, East Brunswick, rills DAY (Montlav, 11th Aptil), .it 2 o'clock.
IV. O. APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors. Tel. ,11H3 (2 Unes)._
"IONES. - The Friend« of the late Mrs .' MJSS.AXAH JONE» arc respectfully informed that bet temftins will be interred in the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.
T he funeral is appointed to mov e from her resilience, No. 128 liront» h k street, Fitzroy, To- morrow (Tuesday, 12th April), at 11 a.m.
W. G. API'S AND SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors Tel. .11143 (2 lines)._
Ï' ANE-The Friends of the late Mr. TIMOTHY
-> JOHN UNE are respertfullv invited to folio
lils remains to their last resting place in tlie
The funeral will leave No. 4 Murray street, Coburg, nu Tnesdav, 12th April, at 10 a.m.
JOHN M. BURKE. Undertaker, 112 Bell slreet, Colling (tel. n»k. 1717); 741 «vdney road, North lltlmswiik (1411); and at Siini-hliic,_ T AWRY-Friend« of the late Mr. JOHN JAMES *-< LAWRY are Informed that his remains be intene.1 in tile Cheltenham Cemetery.
The funeral will leave lils residence, 22 Gert- rude street. Windsor, THIS DAY (Monday, 11th April, at 11 o'clock.
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HiiPilnr, Mif) High til cet, ïharuburj. Tel. j
r YTE-Tbe Friend« of lb" lil.' Mr. W11 I UM |J Cll MILES LATE ar. iiif.iin.il that Im i. nains «111 be Interred In the Burwood Lome
.ííie funeral will leave lil« late resldeme, " Belmont atinue". Fast Maltcin, at 2 pin. lo mm
(Tuesdaj, April 12)
ATARI IN-The Fileuds of JAMI s MMIIIN .»'J- of S Uwes stieet, llawtbuni. .in iulorm. .1 that hi« funeral will leave the Chun li if tin Immaculate Conception, Glenfern., I HI*. HVi (Monda«), lit 10.30 a.m. for iimrnieut in Iii. Hot, Hill Ccinoteiv, nrlltlng ii o'cloik
ItAVBOn.DS, Funeral Dire, tore, oppoi.iti -ti lion. Malt em. 'Phone C1127.
Informed that IUT fuuer.il will luve n.ivbmil.1 - Citv Office, 193 Unwille Mleul, lill'- HW (Mm ?lav), at 3.3(1 pin., for intetment lu Hie lloiomi
'ting nt I «'ililli».
AroOllE-lins Friend» "f the lal. Mi Ml I III li ?"?«. LAWRENCE MOORE are iv,p. illtillv in formed that bia remain« vtlll be iiitciu.l in li.. Coburg Cometer,!.
llic funeral will louie the residence of lu« brother-in-law, Mr. E. S. skewer, 36 Moreland road. East Bruliavviik, HU- DAY (Mond.», Util April), at 3 30 o'clock.
JOH ALLISON, Funeral Direelor. 291 (up ?-_...." ,-,--.'?._.,..__ -_j "-. '), j.
"VOL \X.-Hie finieml of the late Mr. 11. .1
-^ NOUN will leave-lhe reililence of lila »Mtil ¡ii-hitt (Mr«, liiirgo.tne), Unidla, 1 Armadale
DRAYTON" and ÍI.MI-0X. Fnilertaker«. 215 Illgb street. Malvern; "and W'ilidsor. Tel U122S and
lîOBERTsON. - The Friend« of the late -Mi
.*.»' JOHN ROBERTSON are respeclfully intlted to follow his remain« to the place of interment In the Fawkner -Cemetery.
The funeral Is appointed to loate his icslden... 16 Charle« »treet, Preston, THIS DAY (Mondit. 11th April), at 3.4.7 p.m.
HENIIV J. 11. LEWIS, Fuderiaker, 154 .Tohinlon street, Fitrrot ; 217 High «tiect, Nolthcoto. Tels ?11066. Northcote 579. Established 184J._
EOW'E. - The Fllond«. of Mrs. HOWE an
lespectfulty Invited to follow the remains of her dearly louil daughter. Ivy, lo the place .,f inlernient, in the Fawkner Cemeter.t.
The funeral la appointed to lealc hir Rsl.lonre, 126 McKean street. North Fitrro.i, 'lill') MORN- ING (Monday, lilli April), at li o'clock.
HENRY .1. II. LEWIS, I'lldertaker, 154 Min- ston street, Fllrrov; 247 High slrcet. Northcote Tels. J10C6. Northcote 579. EstablUhed IS4.1
SCHROEDER. - The' Friends of Hie. 1 ile Mrs.
AMANDER DOROTHEV SCHROEDER mc infoimed that her letnalii« will lie Interred liri tatclj In the St. Kilda Gemeiert.
The funeral will leate lier late lesttlencc, 4 York «treet. Glenferrie, THIS DAY (Mondav, Amil
11), at 3.30 p.ni
LE PINE and POX, Funeral Directors. 'Phone .11411. Haw. 813._
SCE.SKY. - 'Hie Filends of the late Mi
PATRICK SCEXEY.nic Informed that hit remains will be Interred in the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.
The funeral will leave hi» icsldome, (¡02 High «treet, Armadale, Tomoriow (Tueed.iv, 12th
April), nt 11 a.m.
DRAYTON and 'OMISOS. I'lldertaker», 190 High «treet. Windsor; ami Malvern. Tell. Win 370 and 111228_
SIS.SON. - The Friends of Mr. ALBERT HsiON
ure Informed that the funeral of bli- belotul wife. Jessie Mav, will leave bl« residence, 147 Chetwynd street, Noitli Melbourne, THIS DAY (Monda}), at 11 a.m., foi Hie Fawkner Cemctcr}.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funel ii Dlieitur. Fiiol street, North Melbourne, ivis F1731, FU5431, Brunswick KIO. Win. 4071._
S MIT II.-The Friends of Mi JOHN --Ml I li .ne
kindlf intlted to follow the nmnin« of hi« wile. FLORENCE MMt\, lu Hie plaie ut Ullir ment, the Brighton Cemeteii.
Tbc ftmlral will leave lils rntldencc. Hi Call!» » 'treet, st Kilda, Tills I) \Y (Mondât, 11th vpiil),
at 11 a in
DRWTOY and O Mi"»0N. Fildeilakois, n0 High »heel. Wlndtor, and Malvern Tel. Win 370 and U1228_ I" 'KI.KISE. - the lileuds o( the lite Mr«
JOSEPHINE 'IREZIsE, late of Ilisenrk«. are re«peclfullv Informed that her reunliis will bo m teired in tile Ruuin>ong Cemeterv.
The funeral vtlll leate the leMdeneo of her «on In-law (Mr. George Will«), 113 ITiiper-'Aiitumn street. Geelonir West, To-morrow (Tuesdaj, the 12lb April), at 9 a.m., and will arrive al the ceme-
terv at 11.13 a.m. Motors.
ALEX MONRO. Funeral Director, 21 Ryrie slleel, Geelong, Tel. '11111._
VINCENT.-The Friends of the lale Mr. > GEORGE VINCENT arc Informed that hu. lemains w11! be interred lu the New Melbouiiu Cemetery. Fawkner.
The funeral will leate tim residence of Air. Kendall. 104 Wolli street. South Melbourne, Tills
the remains of bia dearly beloved wife, Robina Isabella, to the place of Interment! the Heidel-
The. funeral will mote from his residence. 148 Buslingj street, Northcote, THIS DAY (Monday, Uth April), at 3 p.m.
J. FERGUSON( late W. Ferguson), Funeral Director, 660 High street, Thornbury. Phone