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ATTRIDGE (nee Lil McMillan). -On the 30th
July, at Lyndhurst Private Hospital, Bright, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Attridge - a son (Arthur
CADZOW (Ida Richardson). -On the 20th August,
to Mr. and Mrs. William Cadzow, Moorna, Wil- liam street, Balaclava - a son.
CANTLON (nee Vera Haines). - On the 6th
July, at Sister Boyd's private hospital, Rennie street, Coburg to Mr. and Mrs. E. Cantlon, 89 Harrow street, Coburg - a daughter (Kathleen
CLARK. - On the 12th August, at Beechmont
private hospital, The Grange, E. Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Clark 26 Repton rd., East Malvern - a daughter (Bernice May).
DAKIN (nee Bertha Clarke). - On the 22nd
August, at Vermador private hospital, Glen- huntly, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Dakin, late of Warragul - a son (Arthur Ellingworth).
DONALD. - On the 23rd July, at Brighton, the
wife of N. A. Donald -a daughter (Jessie May).
EDWARDS (nee K Daley). - On the 16th August,
at Serrell street, East Malvern, the wife of John Edwards - a son. EISEMAN. -On the 16th July, at East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Eiseman - a daughter.
ENGELMANN (nee R Donnelly). -On the 11th
August, at Dalkeith private hospital, Albert Park, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Engelmann, of Torrita - a daughter (Margaret Allason).
FLEMING.-On the 24th August, 1927, at Quisis
ana, Dandenong road, Windsor, to the wife of John A. Fleming, of High street, East Mal- vern - a daughter (Agnes Beverley Wilson).
GARDINER. -On the 30th July at Primrose House,
Kerang to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. V. Gardiner, Fitz roy street, Kerang - a daughter (Mary Cecelia).
HADLEY (nee Beryl Ludbrook). - On the 12th
August, the wife of Kenneth H. Hadley, care E. S. & A. Bank, 5 Gracechurch street, London - a son.
HANNAH. — On the 22nd August, the wife of R. I. Hannah, of Barham — a son.
HARGRAVES. — On the 8th August, at Sisters Nicholson and Newlands' private hospital, Wycheproof, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hargraves — a son (William Jack — Jack).
HERRIN (nee Winifred Blight). - On the 26th
August, at Avonhurst private hospital, Queen's road, Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Herrin - a daughter.
HILL - (nee Gladys Broadbent). - On the 20th
August, at Carinya, 20 Malmsbury street, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hill - a daughter (Elaine Alena). (Both well.)
HOSKIN (nee Marie Marchesi). -On the 19th
August, at Sister Bull's private hospital, Bairns- dale, to Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hoskin - a daughter (June Marie).
KENNEDY. - On the 13th August, at Kenhaven, 9
Filson street, Ascotvale, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy - a daughter (Margaret Elizabeth).
KELLER (nee Ivy Hurlstone). - On the 24th
August, at Maristowe private hospital, Fair field, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Keller, 3 Martin street, Preston - a son (Both well.)
KERR. - On the 8th August, at Ivanhoe, Donald,
to Mr. and Mrs. H. Kerr, Thalia - a son (Wallace William).
LEETE (nee Eise). -On the 23rd August, at Quisis-
ana private hospital, Dandenong road, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Geoffrey Leete - a daughter (Margaret Gwen).
MACLEOD (nee Alice Gallagher). -On the 26th
August, at Cambria private hospital, Alma road, St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. E. MacLeod, Dun regan, River Darling, New South Wales - a son.
MARKBY (nee Annie Henry). - On the 13th
August, at Beechmont private hospital, The Grange, East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Markby, 24 Tattenham street, Caulfield - a daughter (Nancy Evelyn).
MAWLEY. - On the 16th August, at St Helen's
private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mawley, Fosterton, Sale - a daughter.
McCANN. -On the 17th August, 1927, at Kelvin
Grove private hospital, Bacchus Marsh, to Mr.
and Mrs. D. O. McCann, Coimadai - a daughter (Valda Jean).
McDONALD. -On the 23rd August, at St. Cathe-
rine's private hospital, Finch street Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. McDonald, 504 Dande- nong road Carnegie - a daughter.
MORRIS. - On the 23rd August, at private hos-
pital, Lismore to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Morris, Bubba-nooka, Mount Bute - a son.
MORTON. -On the 19th August, at Cambrai pri-
vate hospital, to Mr. and Mrs F. J. Morton, St. Kilda - a son (Peter John).
MOULDEN (nee Reynolds). - On the 14th Aug
ust, at Norwood Hospital, Ballarat, the wife of Douglas E. Moulden - a son (Warren Douglas). NICHOLSON (J. Scott). -On the 9th August, at
Avonhurst, Queen's road, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Nicholson, 15 Greville street, Prahran - a daugh- ter (Frances Joan). (Both well.)
NICOLL (nee Lena Dart). -On the 17th August,
at Delgada, Oakleigh, the wife of David Robert Nicoll - a son (Rupert Wright).
NORTHCOTT. -On the 14th August, at Finchlea,
Manning road, East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Northcott, of Packer street, Murrumbeena - a daughter (Marjorie Ennina).
O'HEHIR (nee Bessie Doran). - On the 2nd August, at Wenona private hospital, Kyneton, to Mr. and Mrs. G. T. O'Hehir, Lara - a son (George Edward).
PENNEY (nee Gladys Evans, Albert Park). -On
the 21st July, the wife of Colin Moncrieff, Weyvelheena Tea Estate, Demodera, Ceylon - a son (Ian Moncrieff).
PRIMROSE (nee Dorothy Manners-Sutton). - On
the 22nd August, at Marinook, Kew, the wife of John Bouverie Primrose, Leith Park, Donald - a son.
RAMSAY (nee Jessie Quick). - On the 18th
August, at Gisborne, to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. L. Ramsay - a daughter (Patricia Mary).
RANDLE (nee A. Buchanan). -On the 21st August,
at Llandyssil private hospital, 4 Scott street, Essendon, to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Randle - a son (Glen Mackinnon).
RENSHAW. -On the 13th August, at St George's
hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Renshaw, Epworth, 250 Barker's road, Glenferrie - a son (John Rutherford).
SLADE (nee Harris). - To Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Slade, Villeroy street, Hampton - a daughter.
SODING. -On the 17th August, at Sister Madden's
private hospital, Parkville, the wife of H. F. Soding - a son (David Henry).
STERLING (nee Hilda Turner). - On the 12th
August, 1927, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Sterling, Elowera, 11 Westgarth street, East Malvern- a son (Frederick Charles Rees).
WALES (nee Alma Mould). -On the 20th August,
at Nurse Sheridan's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wales - a son (John Rex).
WARREN. - On the 14th August, at Lomita
private hospital, Ivanhoe, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Warren, of Alphington - a daughter (Lesley
WEYMOUTH. -On the 22nd August, at Guildford, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Weymouth- a son.
ALBISTON-SUTHERLAND. - On the 30th July, at
the Presbyterian Church, Camberwell by the
Rev. P. J. Murdoch, Norman Arthur, son of Professor A. E. and Mrs. Albiston, to Margaret Ada, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George
ALLOTT-BARNETT. - On the 21st July, at St.
Paul's Church of England, Welshpool, by the Rev. A. J. Maher, Reginald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Allott, Welshpool, to Marjorie Vivienne, only child of Mrs. Barnett, Port Welsh- pool, and the late David Barnett, of Bendigo.
CAHILL-PALMER.- On the 30th July, at St.
Francis Xavier Church, Lavender Bay, Sydney, by the Rev. James McGwan, S.J., William L., eldest son of the late William Cahill, of Stawell, and Mrs. M. Cahill, of Hilda crescent Grace Park, Hawthorn, to Thelma, eldest daugh- ter of the late Dr. and Mrs. George Langlands Palmer, of Ararat.
COTTEE — WHYTE. — [Silver Wedding.] — On the
27th August, 1902, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. A. J. Wade, Arthur Harold Cottee, to Isabel Campbell Whyte. (Present address, 19 Dickens street, Moonee Ponds. At home Saturday afternoon and evening.)
COX-WALKLATE. - On the 23rd July, at the Methodist Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. C. J. Walklate, B.A. (cousin of the bride), Joseph, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Cox, of Bairns- dale, to Enid, second duughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walklate, of Moonee Ponds. (Present address, Stathfieldsaye, Perry Bridge, via Strat-
FOGARTY-HENNESSY. - On the 20th July, at
the Church of the Assumption, Penang, Straits Settlements, by the Rev. Fr. Devalls, Captain Paul A. Fogarty, youngest son of the late Mr. Thomas Fogarty, J.P., and Mrs. Fogarty, to Sylvia Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Sir David V. Hennessy and Lady Hennessy, C.B.E., Melbourne.
MACKIE-GRANT.- On the 21st July, 1927, at St.
Paul s Church, Bendigo, by the Rev. H. W. G. Nichols, Jack, elder son of Mrs. Mackie, Shep- parton, to Kathleen Marjorie, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Grant, Quarry Hill, Ben- digo.
PRIDDLE-McLEAN.- On the 9th July 1927, at
St George's Presbyterian Church, East St Kilda, by the Rev. Thomas Glass, B.A , Norman, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Priddle, to Jessie F., the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean, of Korumburra (Pre- sent address, Egap Court, 112 Nimmo street, Middle Park.)
READ-GILES. - On the 16th July, at Christ
Church, Hawthorn, by the Rev. H. S. Hollow, Frank Morres, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Read, Shakespeare grove, Hawthorn, to Nancy Edith, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. W. Giles, of Warracknabeal (Present addrcss, Loddon, Turner street, Camberwell.)
RHODES - KENT -On the 23rd August, at St.
Peer's Eastern Hill, by the Rev Maynard, Laurie, eldest son of Mr and Mrs A Rhodes Te-Whare, Woodend, to Pauline Beresford, only daughter of the late Mr A R Kent and Mrs. R. Kent, Arcana, Barker s road, East Kew (Pre sent address, Horsham)
SU'll-BROWNF-Oli Hie 12th May, at St Mary's
Church, St Kilda ba-t, by the Rev lather ¡taldn Winiam Leopold, ftflh Bon of VIr and Urs. R. lb Rush Richmond, to Alice Irene, Kond daughter of Mr and Mrs J 1 Browne, «saraoyne, Hawksburn
SCHNEIDER-TRENWITH-On the 23rd July, at
St. Columb s Church, Hawthorn by the Rev D. Deasy, Albert R. V. , second son of Mr and Mrs. R. Schneider, of Warrandyte, to Ethel A, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W A Trenwith, of Stillman street, Burnley, late Sorrento.
.Miil-FEIbD - [Silver Wedding ] - On the "lb August 1902 at Sb John. Church of mmá Melbourne, by the Rev Cadvvallader liornas Alexander Barclay, third son of the v»,.cMr. an,J Mr» -lohn Sloan, of Allandale lo «Un Jlargarcb second daughter of the late Cwoclllor W O (ex M UA ) and Mrs I elld of Ulllngwood (Prencnt address Wahroonga Ken- worth parade Ivanhoe )
TAYLOR-BRADY - On the 8th July, 1927 at
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Ballarat, by the Rev Flowrey, Victor Burton, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Taylor, Deepdene, to Kathleen Veronica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brady, Minyip.
WILLMOTT-MePADHI N -Isi v. r Hcildlng ]-On
the 27th August, 190.', at Carlton, by (ho lal»
Rev D S McLachrin, Henrv Carson, voungcsl son ol the late Charles and Margaret Willmott of Carlton, to Rebecca Agnes eldest daughli r (ii the late David and Martha Mc!-ariden of burllon (Present address, Neangar, Mary street, Longue- ville, Sydney )
ALFORD - On the 24th August at her son's resi-
dence Branxholm, Tasmania, Emma Hubard Alford mother of the late Thomas W. B. Alford (killed at Gallipoli) loved sister of Mrs C Campbell (Blessington street, St Kilda), and Mrs C Stewart (Bayview terrace, Ascot-
BLAKISTON -On the 26th August, 1927, at her
residence Nga we Transvaal Square, Geelong, Jane Dillan, dearly loved wife of Jonas Blakis- ton, and loving mother of Edward, Jessie (Mrs. J.A. Marshall), Army, Blondel, Bert, and Cyril. aged 79 years. (Private interment).
CLOTZ - On the 25th August at her residence,
228 Raglan street, South Preston, Sarah. widow of the late Charles Clotz, late of Ballarat, loving mother of Frederick, Louis, Norman and Elsie (Mrs. Hawkins) aged 67 years.
COCKFIEID.-On the 26th August, at his resi-
dence, 370 Highett street, Richmond, Augustus Neilson, youngest son of the late David and Julia Cockfield, brother of Henry, Beatrice (Mrs. Wrigley), Lil, Grace, Lucie (Mrs. Blackstock), and Carrie, aged 54 years.
COCKFIEID.-On the 26th August, at his resi-
dence, 370 Highett street, Richmond, Neilson (Coey), dearly loved friend of Frank and Peggy
CONWAY -On the 25th August at her residence,
24 Royal parade Caulfield, Mary Alice (Mae) dearlv loved younger daughter of Marla and the late E T Conway of Wagin W. A. and the sister of Jean and Hughie granddaughter of the late K. P. and S. A. Hanlon of Kyneton
DAVIES.-On the 25th August, (suddenly), at Ben-
digo vlbert lewis of Templeton street, Maldon youngest son of Hie late David and Miry Davies, ol G anyrafon Walmer and much laved brother of the late Aiexandii, Alice (Mrs Harrison, Jerilderie), Claudia (Walmer), Filwin (Piangil), Tudor (Harrow), Orare (Mrs Vlosiop, Moonee Ponds), Lucy, and Inez (deceased)
DAVIES.-On the 25th August, (suddenly), at Ben-
digo, Albert Levvii ot Temploton Btreet, Mai
don, dearly beloved husband of Grace, und lov- ing father of Clifton, Owen, Marie, Ivor Alan and baby Ruth, beloved son In law of Mr and Mrs N Clifton (Gardenvale).
DAVY.-On the 19th August, at Kalgoorlie (W.A.),
John Taylor, dearly beloved second son of Josiah Rowe and Elizabeth Davy, Talbot road, Clunes
DEVINE.-On the 10th August, 1927, at private
hospital, Numurkah James, dearly loved broUter of Maiy (Mrs Clarke, Albury), Rebecca (Mrs Dunu, Shepparton)
DONOVAN.-On the 26th August, at his residence,
Lorranna, North Monegctla, Patrick, the be laved husband of tho late Linda, father of Mary (Mrs rolllard). Nellie (deceased), Ma} (Mrs Riddle), Jack, Jim, Linda (Mis McGregor), and Pat, aged 85 yeara. RIP.
DUNCAN.-On the 23th August, at Malvern, Emma
Anne, widow of the late Gordon Duncan late of Devenish, and laving stepmother or Mabel (Mrs. L Clark, Leongatha) and Frances (Mrs. R Coulthard, 46 Nicholson street, Iootscray), aged 52 years
Peace, perfect peace
FAHEY.-On tho 21st August, at Kalgoorlie, Ed-
mond, eldest son of the lato Patrick Fahey, brotlier of Margaret, ranny, and Nellie, 46 Orrong road, Armadale
Rest In peace.
FLEMMING.-On the 26th August, 1927, at Wandi-
llgong, Victoria, Catherine, rçllct of the late James li Flemming of Point Nepean road, Brighton aged 79 }cars
FLYNN.-On the 26th August, Mary, dearly be-
loved wife of »lohn Flynn, of No 177 Brougham street, Kew, loved mother of Mollv, Jim, Kath- leen, Maurice Joe, Annie, and Bernard, and the late Timothy and John, aged 61 years
Reqnlcscat In pace
GRIFFITH.-On the 20th August (after a long
Illness), at the residence of his parents, 52 Arma- dale street, Armadale, John Campbell, dearly beloved eldest son of John Byron and Mary Jane Griffith, beloved nephew of VI Campbell, and loving brother of the late Mrs Cameron, Bertram, and Duisv
HEALY (nee O'Keefe).-On the 29th July, at
llawaimore. Church street, Richmond, after a short HlnbsE, Mary Jane, relict of tlie late Maurice Heal}, aged 81 vears (Interred prl
vntoly after Requiem Mass at Sb Ignatius )
HOCKING.---On the 5th August, at the Melbourne
Hospital, May, the beloved wife of William Hocking, 50 Walsh street, West Melbourne, and loving mother of Willie (deceased), Allan May, Joan, and Betty, and loving daughter of Mrs. Alice Foley, aged 32 years.
INGHAM.-On the 26th August, at a private
hospital, I ist Melbourne, Thomis Benjamin Ingham beloved brother of Mary Ann (Vlrs Manson) Rosa (Mrs Hlgginbotlnm), and «II
Ulm also uncle of William and Hose Douoghue and CIs and Bert ogod 69 }ears
A dear, patient soul at rest after much
KING.-On the 21th August, 1927, at Charman
road, Cheltenham Mary Jane, beloved wife of Arthur Alfred King, loving mother of Henry John and dear grandrai of Joyce and Riy King, nt,ed S7 ycira (Privately interred at Chelton ham, 25th August, 1927 )
LOBB.-On the 11th August, at her residence,
Darraweit, Keilor road, Essendon, Sarah »Vnn (Sid), beloved daughter of Isal ella aud the late Samuel Moore, Willow nats Darraweit Guim, dearly loved sister of Janie (Mrs Arthur Lobb), Margaret (Mrs I raser), Li (Mrs Hoveridge, de- ceased) «lam, Alex , and Jim, agod 57 years
LOOBY.-On the 25th August, 1927, at Alfred Hos-
hospital,Elsie Elizabeth loving wife of Percy James Looby, of 82 Clarinda road Moonee
LORDING.-On the 21th August, 1927, at her
home, Oikdeno, Maitland street Malvern, S L (louie) loved crindnii of Louie (dcccised), Alan, Will, ond Joyce Lording aged 91 yea:
McGEE.- On the 22nd August, 1927, at her resi-
dence, 16 Wellington street, Geelong West, Flitch Maria, widow of the Late bdwird McGee (plas- terer, late of Mercer street, Geelong), and loved mother of Tdward James and the late Charles Stanley, aged 69 years
McSWINEY.- On the 21st August, at Melbourne,
Denis McSwincy, loved brother of John and Mary, late of Victorian Police Force RIP
MAHONY.- On the 26th August, 1927, at her
parents' residence. Tile Bungalow, 3 Marlborough street, Mont Albert, Lua, the dearly loved dau(,h ter of Mr and Mm John T Mahony, and loved sister of Jack, Keith, Kathleen, Eric, and Colin, aged 23 years.
For ever with the Lord
Cod is His own interpreter, and Ho will mike
MAHONY.- On the 26th August, 1927, at her
piients' residence, The Bungalow, 3 Marlborough street Mont Albert, Lm, the deirly loved friend of Lily Chandler
Behind all shadows stondeth Cod
MANN.-On the 22nd August, at private hospital,
Morel mil Bridget (Hose) the deirly bolovcd wife of Thoiins Mann, ol Davvscn street, Bruns wick, and loving sister of Mrs. Marquis (»le raised), Mrs St Hihope (deccjscd), and Mrs
McCOLE.-On the 26th August, 1927, at Lornes-
wood, Newry, Duncan Stewart, the dearly be loved husband of Mary Je in McCole, and lather of Belle Mary (Vlrs W Smith), Duncan, Stewart, 1 lorn, and I wen.
I-or ever with the Lord
MILLAR.-On the 24th August, at private hospital,
I ist Vldbourne, Annie (late ol Ballater Park, C.ieciv ile), iclict of the hie Robert Millar, and beloved mother ol Lisle (Mrs. G Taylor), Vlcx nnder, Mary (Mrs W Anderson), and Miggio (Vlrs It Loft) (Interred privately at Bulla Cemetery )
MOLLER.-On the 23rd August, at her daughter's
residence 20 Murray street, Prahran, Mary Jane, widow of the late Nicholls Edlefu Moller, late of York street Prahran dearly loved mother of John, Eva (Ballarat), Bessie (Mrs. Boyd Western Australia), Tom Richards (Stony Creek South Gippsland), Annie (Mrs. Martin), aged 85 years
MUNRO.-On the 22nd August, at Pen-y-Bryn,
Morisell, the residence of her sister (Mrs. Frost- Samuels), Sara Buchanan, second beloved daughter of late George Buchanan Munro, of Ballarat, and late Lucinda Munro Greenock, 292 High street Malvern (Privately interred, Bal- larat August 24 )
MURTON.-On the 24th August, at his residence,
381 Park street, Prince's Hill John, the dearly loved husband of Elvera B Murton and loving father of Agnes (Mrs Fisher Atkinson of Offi- cer V. ) and John Albert (deceased), the loved brother of W A Murton and second son of the late Albert George Murton, of Rochester, Kent, England, aged 70 years
God's will be done.
MUSGROVE.-On the 24th August, 1927, at Gee-
long, Clara Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Samuel and Zipporah Musgrove, of Belmont
and formerly of Echuca, and loved sister of William A (Autumn street, Geelong West), Henry J (Wyuna), Frederick A (New Zealand), Samuel Herbert (Camberwell) (Interred pri- vilely Eastern Cemetery, Geelong, on 2oth August, 1927)
NAUGHTON.-On the 26th August, at 398 Albert
street, East Melbourne, Bridget Alice, the dearly loved wife of George Naughton, Cliff road, Frankston loving mother of Edmund and be- loved daughter of the late Patrick and Bridget Gallavan, of Sebastopol, aged 53 years.
Requiescat in pace
OMISTON.-On the 23rd August, at Sloan street,
Stawell, Francis, beloved husband of the late Agnes Ortmston, and much loved step father of William, Margaret (Mrs. F Heywood) and
OWENS.-On the 20th August (suddenly), at his
late residence, 36 Somerville road, Yarraville, Thomas Charles, dearly beloved brother of Cis and Dave Owens also late Mrs. A C Holmes,
Loved by all.
PALMER.-On the 26th August, at her residence,
132 Sycamore street, Caulfield, Charlotte Scott, beloved wife of John Palmer, and loving mother of Grace. R.I.P.
POWELL-On the 23rd August, at 46 Taylor's
road Thebarton Adelaide Frederick Powell, loved brother of Eliza and Clara Powell Nichol-
son street, South Yarra. Born at Geelong, 1857.
And the hopes that were lost on life's journey He will find in that city of rest.
REID.-On the 25th August, at his residence, 22
Alexandra avenue Elsternwlck, John Sydney dearly beloved husband of Maie Reid, aged 62 years
RODDA.-On the 26th August, at her mother's
residence, 47 Raglan street, East St Kilda, Emma, the dearly loved fifth daughter of Emma and the late William, much loved sister of Wil- liam, Edith (Mrs. J. Brentnall), Lottie (Mrs. J Barlow), Eva (Mrs. J. Moss), Ada (Mrs. C. Stephens), Charles, Nellie (Mrs. R. Joyce), and
The white flower of a blameless life.
SAVIGE. -On the 24th August, at Moe, Emma,
wife of the late John Kavlge, and loving mother of Mrs. C W J Coleman, and loving grand mother of I loreneo (Mra. Bates), Sydney, Ernest, Lena, and Reg. Coleman, aged 92 year».
SHARP -On the tSlh August, 1521, at 0 Ballarat
road, 1 ootscny (late of ¡Malvern, rope maker). Junee, the beloved hucbjnd of Je wie Sharp loved father of Liizie (Mrs Rcnshiw, Brun1;
wielv). Jame* <Willinrasto»vi,)j Pet« r (Malvern), Maggie (iire Benn, I eotseray), Jack (deceased) Robert (Hawthorn), Stauliv a-irravillc), Je<eic (Mrs Conning, South VustraLa), Iloraco (de ceased)
Pissed peacefully away
SUARPLEV- [Bj cable ]-0n the Mth August, at
Mablethoip (Tugland), Herbert Sharple}, IB, barrister town clerk and toi oner, IM? loved bus lud of Caroline, fither nf Julius (deceased), Meut Basil, Marj, \ ictor, and the Rev Rodger eldest brother of Ur h ^larplej, M D , the Rev II A «lurplcv, William (deceau) Wal
tir (dcecifed), George, and Percy fcbarplcj, The Crange Coburg
SH! 1 D\ -On the I7th August, at his Peters
residence 43 Bridge street Northcote David tlnri t-nn if the late Willi un and Man Ann sh civ, tf Colic anl brother of Nup=e Mieedv (North Melbourne), lite \ 1 t
Mother ml Foldfrr t-ons united
SniPHIRÜ-On the .Oth Vtif-uM, M ir"irct, be
loved wiie of lohn R Mi plierd H^cd mother oí John, Leon ird, IU, and 1 laol
SMITH- \ tribute of ¡lo p atTcction to mj life
loi g fi lend John
\ hie ni3oe noble Iv kin 1 thought* and
rlnntnlle nctioiu io ill -(St Hie Phillip )
sp\Ithl -On the 2fth \ugupt nt Cumnock pi i I
vite hospital Traralgon Bet tv lean deorlj I loved laughter of Orort-e and M m 1 loving biß ter of Ihjllis Kenneth Kathleen, md II atber,
at, d IJ jcars and 10 months I T\ I t\ -On the 20th Att^tiEt at Clarendon llenry, I
beloved husband of Mar> and fither of Ie«sle
John Kithleen Phjlli« Mun, Clarice Nuncve, I Civ h nd Nellie ural S.i jcars
VOSTI -On the 26th August at his parents'
residence, No 26 Shields street, Flemington,
Edward Maxwell the dearly loved husband of Clare (nee Thomas).
VOSTI -On the 26th August, at his parents'
residence No 24 Shields street, Flemington Edward Maxwell, the dearly loved son of Joseph and Sarah Vosti, and beloved brother of Tillie, Bon, and Zeta (late of R.A.N.)
WELLINGTON. -On the 23rd August, at Mrs.
Twitt's private hospital, Numurkah, after a short illness, William Eric, oldest son of Mr and Mrs W. D. Wellington, Invergo don.
For rl curb ri> th" Kingdom of Hcavtr
WILLIAMS.-On the l6th August, at Murrum-
beena, Mathilde, the dearly loved daughter of the late Carl and Mathilde Woess, and relict of the late Arthur Williams, dearly loved sister of Alberta (deceased), Frank (deceased), Sharlotte (Mrs. Scott), Carl (deceased), Louise (Mrs. Davis), Anna (Mrs Neil), and Hermann.
Rest, sweet, rest.
-(Inserted by her loving sisters and brother.)
WINSTANLEY - On the 25th August, at her
residence, St George's road, Northcote, Annie Winstanley, the dearly loved mother of Wil-
liam, John, Nellie (Mrs. Mackin), and Alice, aged 76 years. (Privately interred, Fawkner Cemetery.)
WISE.-On the lint Julj, at St Itoch's private líos
pt tal, Alfred t-dvvard Denne, beloved husband of Mar}, loving father of Olive, Alfred (deceased), John (deceased) Private interment, li IP (Sydney papers, please eopj )
WOOLHOUSE. –On the16th July, at Crawley
(Eng.) Margaret Eliza, widow of the late Henry Herve Woolhouse M.D., and only daughter of the late Captain Edward W. Kelsall, 70th Regi- ment of Foot, and Susan Larkins Kelsall.
YOUNG.—On the 26th August, at private hospi-
tal, Malvern, Mary Peebles Young, of 11 Mcll- wrick street, Prahran, relict of the late W. W. Young (late of Eaglehawk and Williamstown), loved mother of George, Frank, Andrew, Grace, and the late Mary Isabella, Thomas, Joseph, James, Elsie, and Nellie, aged 76 years.
IN WEMOaiAM On iVethe Ser\Ico.
ANNEAIL-In proud and living meworv of Paul
Dalton Annear. LL B , who made the supreme sacrifice at Gillipoli, \UKUSI 2^. 1913
We live In deeds not jean»
BENT-In loving nnd affectionate remembran
of our dear son Benjamin Sjdnev (Sid), of C Company, 14th Battalion, who died of «olinda received at Moquet tarra, olst \uguet, 191G
Wc shall meet again in the morning,
lu the dawn of a Lcautlful day,
When the time of wilting and witching,
And all endness hive passed awttj,
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, B and T. M Bent)
CONINGSBY -In loving mernory of our dear sou,
Edward Henr> (led). 7th Battalion, A IF, killed In action in Irmcc, 25th August, 1018
Greater love linth no nun than this that he bj down his hie for hin trieras
KAVANAGH - In loving remembrance of my
brother, Pte. T. Kavanagh, 17th Batt,, who fell in action, Hill 60. August 27, 1915
Greater love hath no man than this. -(F Kavanagh, Sandringham )
KAVANAGH - In loving memory of my dear
nephew, Pte. J. Kavanagh 17th. Batt., who fell in action, Hill 60 August 27, 1915.
One of the best,
-(B. Wood, Abbott street, Sandringham)
KING -In loving memory ol pte W M King,
killed In action at Gallipoli August 27, 1915
Loved nnd remembered
-(Inserted bv his loving parents, J and E King 46 Combermere street, Essendon )
KING-In loving memorj of our dear friend,
Pte W M King 7th Battn, kilted in action at Lone Pine 27th August, 1915 pal of the late W W Etheredge also Edols died of wounds at Rouen 29th November, 191G
Behind all shadows standeth God
-(Inserted by Mr and Mrs. A J Lthcredgc, Caulfield )
MELDRUM -In loving memory of Sig Lauren»1
K Meldrum killed in action In Trance, August 24 1918 (Mother, brother, and sisters )
RONALD-In loving memory of Carmcnt (Pte
J C Ronald), also his. comrades, Cnl Colin .Sharpe and Sgt Decura, who gave their lives on the 2Sth August, 1916 at Pozieres, also T leutenant George Small M C , who fell at St
Quentin August 28 1918, comrade of Captain Harry Ronald DSO
At the going down of the sun and In the
morning, wo will remember them -(Mrs Ronald and family )
SPINKS-In loving memory of our dear son and
brother, Private Charles Laurens Spinks, killed In action at Gallipoli on the 2Sth August, 1915 (Inserted hy his parents and brother Eric )
TWLOR.-In loving mctnorv of our dear nephews
Geoff, killed in I ranee, 26th August, 1917, and Arthur, who died at Bilrmald 26th August 191S
Ever fondly remembered
-(Inserted bj their auntie and uncle, E and D McKay)
THOMAS-In loving memory of our dear brother
nnd uncle, Reg, who wa«, killed in action on August 27 191G
Lest we forget
-(Mr and Mrs. P N Hevmanson nnd Thora)
WVTL--To the treasured memory of rav gallant
fon Harrj M M Wall M C who fell on the field of honour on AugUbt 27, 1918 R I P
Sins pt_ur et sana reproche
WAIL-To the loved and treasured memory of
mv gallant brother, Lieut II M M Wall, MO who fell in action \ugust 27, 19IS
Lgypt, Gallipoli Trance
ARKTLL -In loving memory of my wife and our
mother, who pas=cd away at Tower Hill, on August 27, 1923
Loved and remembered
BILL (Sangwell). -In loving memory of Ren, who
passed away at Daylesford, August 28, 1923
(Inserted by her loving sister, Lilian Bourne.) BIRD-In loving memory of our di ir little
mother, who pissed away on 27th August 1926, loving mother of Lilli in, Ernie, and George loving Nana of Nance, Grace and Thelma
Dear little Nana, how we miss jou -(Inserted bj her loving childi en )
BOSTOCK-In loving memory of Trances Louise
Bostock dearly beloved wife of the late lames Bostock, and loved mother of Tima and Deth
BOSTOCK - In loving memory of dur Sister
I annj who pasied away Vugust 27, 1925 also mother dear, passed away September 21, 1920
Sweet memories last for ccr
-(Inserted by their loved one. L Milee )
BLEW-In loving memory of Reggie, who died
August 26 1920
He lives with us, dear In memory still
-(Inwrted by Mr and Mrs Jarvis and "\ era )
BRFW LR -In loving memory of my dear husbi d
Will, and our dear father, who passed away at Avondale, Dimboola on August 28, 1919, also my dear mother, Isabella Tvric, and our dear grandma w ho passed away at her residence. Landsborough, on July 20, 1917
God has them In His keeping, We have them in our thoughts,
-(Insericd by his loving wife and children and lier loving daughter and grandchildren Beryl, Fric, Lorna, and Nanev Brewer, Avondale)
BREWFR-In loving memory of our dear son
and brother Will, who died at Dimboola, on \ugust 28 1919
Always in our memory
-(Inserted bv his loving mother, father, sisters, and brother, 27 Rose street, Box HiU )
BURKE-In loving memory of my dear husband
and our dear father, who departed this life 26th August, 1*125
Lovingly remembered alwavs
-Onseiied by hi« loving wife, and family, Roseea Diamond Creek )
CHILD-In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed away on CQth August, 1920
A tender chord of memory Is softly touched to"day
-(Inserted by her loving daughter and son In Law, Eva and Bert)
C1 *ttIÎ»GBOLD- In loving memory of my dear
husband, Horace and our dear father, who died 2tjtb August 1923 nt St Kilda. ,
I wr remembered.
-(Inserted bv his lovimr wife and fainih )
OLARINGBOLD-A loving tribute to the memory
of my dear husband, Clarrie late R. V N, who passed away August 25, 1925 also our dear father (Inserted by his loving wife and family ) CROKER.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed away at Ivanhoe 29th August, 1921
-(Inserted by her loving children )
DAVIES -In loving memory of ray devoted
daddj William Charles who died (result of accident). August 28 1923
Tliey spoke In tender love,
They raised mv drooping head,
They gently closed my bleeding wounds,
Mv fainting soul the\ fed -(Bonnie Davies )
DONALDSON-In loving memory of mv dmr hits
band Robert and loving father of Jcí«3Íe, who passed away on 28th August, 1920 at Essendon
God saw his heart was weary,
And the road h id grown too steep, So He put nu arm around htm,
\nd bade our dear one sleep
-Ouse ted by hip losing wife and daughter I
DONALDSON - In loving memory of Robert,
dearlv loved son-ln law of W and T Alldridge,
17 Collins street Essendon
At the setting of the sun and In the morning
Wo will remember bim.
DONALDSON -In fond memory of our dear
brother In law. Bob, who passed away August ¡"*
In our heart« for ever living -(Inserted bj K and C Alldridge )
TALCONLR-In affectionate remembrance oí o.__
dear eldest daughter, Linda, loving sister of fe. Alex und Louisa M , who died on August 27, 1920 (Inserted by her father and mother, Nell and \nuie lalcouer, Dandenong road. Murrum
HAINES-In loving memory of (Bob) Robert
Tait Haines, killed motor car accident, Bendigo,
IN HEMORIAH. IIUNLS- V tribute of love to I
Kol»crt Tilt (Hob) Haines, killed as a result ol a motorcar accident at Bendigo,. August -7,
( lierlshed In memory
-(Inserted by a sincere Iricnd )
HVMILTON- In loving memory of lny dear
cousin. William Georec llamillon who pissed lo his rest at Bairnsdale, Vugust -I», 192G
love's greatest gift, remembrance
-(Inserted by Alice II Swan, Baimsdole )
HASWlLL-In sail but loving memory of my
dearly loved busbiuil, I roderick Haswell, also duddv of little Clarice, who fell asleep on Vugust
Dearly In life I loved bin
In death I love bim still. -(Insert!»1 bv his loving wife and littlo daughter Clarice, VV indsor )
IbVTWIlL-In loving memory of my dear wife,
Mattie, who died at East Malvern, Mclbourrc - the 27th August, 112b
-o rieur to me, si» sadly missed,
nut memory s gol len chain
Will link Hie memory of our loie
Uni it we ir.et aeuin
-(Inserted by her loving busbar 1 )
H VT li 1 LU-In loving memoi v of my (l"ar mol!
who pi seil aw iv on the -Tth Vugust, 1' _i» (Inserted by her daughter, Libi )
HLNDLRSON -In affectionate rep cmbrince
our dnr mother who passed to lier ret, 2
1 uti cr, in Tin griciniis keeping,
I civc we now our loved oi c sleeping -(Inserted by her sons and ihughler». )
HINDI IISON -In memory of Mr« M H Hen 1er
son pissed nv ii ot Ivvaictoii on the 27th Vu-Ubt HA (In cn» 1 bv a fri.nd )
HILL.-Ia lovine memory of mi belovcl husband
and my dear Pith r Chirles Wllllnn Hill »vi dlcl at PI oh 171 Mills slleel A)l»ort 1 irk, e 27tll Vugu t, 1125
-(Ins» ried tv lils loving wife and daughter )
lill L-In loving m. moiv of .»ur grandfather
Chirles William Hill who die) 27lh August 112» (Jro-crtcd b« hu I vli= gruidcliillicn
Vice on 1 Muriel )
1I01WUU11-li minion of o ir I ívlue fitlirr vho
pis'cri uwuv oii.Stlt Vugust, 11.1 alsiourl ung mother who |as o 1 awi} o i -Nth July, 1.7
-(Inserted jy llicir lov ire, launlv )
HOW MID-In lovuv ireinort of our ilcir molhii
lan» Howard, who 1 is-ed iwuv 2?lli August IV» (Insc ted by her loving children. Kitti«
Billie, Jack )
ILES — In loving memory of our dear son, Wilbert,
who passed away on the 28th August, 1923.
His life one beautiful memory. His loss one great sorrow
-(Inserted by his Loving mother and father East St. Kilda.)
JONES -In loving memory of our dear ones, who
have passed into rest, Olive, Dick, Frank, father,
'Tis sweet to think of those we love,
When we are troubled sore,
But we thank God that they have lived,
Tho' they are here no more. -(Alf, Pearl, and Jean.)
KEATING — In loving memory of our dear mother,
passed away 28th August, 1925.
There is a link death cannot sever
Love and remembrance lst for ever.
-(Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.)
LAKELAND-On the 28th August, 1924 died, re-
sult tram accident, Harry, loving only brother Mrs. G. E. Edwards, beloved husband of Connie, loving father of Marjory and Harry.
LAURENCE — In memory of our beloved daughter
Willa Eunice (Mrs.Thursfield), who passed away at Ballarat, August 28, 1924 aged 21 years.
With Christ, which is far better
-(Inserted by her sorrowing parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Laurence, and sister, Edna, Whitfield.) LLOYD —In memory of my dear husband, Sidney
and our loving father who died on the 27th August, 1926 (Inserted by his fond wife and
LLOYD —In loving memory of our dear son,
Sid who died on the 27th August, 1926, at Wattletree road, East Malvern
-(Inserted by his fond father and mother.)
LLOYD-In loving memory of our dear brother,
Sidney, who passed away on the 27th August,
To memory ever dear.
-(Inserted by his brother and sister, Ernest
LORD-In loving memory of my dear son and
our beloved brother, Percy who passed away on the 28th August 1922, also my dear mother and our loved grandma, on the 16th August, 1925.
God has you in His keeping, We have you in our thoughts.
-(Inserted by his loving mother, M. Lord, sisters and brothers, also daughter and grand- children.)
McCANN-To the cherished memory of my dearlv
loved friend, Mrs J P McCann, who was called home on August 28, 1926 at Holmes road, Moonee
Love's greatest gift — remembrance. —(Inserted by Stella.)
McGREGOR -In loving memory of dear granddad,
who passed away on the 27th August, 1917
Beautiful memories of one so dear, I cherish still with love sincere
-(Inserted by his loving granddaughter, Agnes.) NICOLAS — A loving tribute to our dear cousin,
Ruby Nicholas, who passed onward, August 27 1926. (Doris and Peter.)
O'LAUGHLAN -In loving memory of my dear
sister, Alice Sarah, who passed away on 27th August, 1920.
I think of you to day, dear sister,
With grief that is deep and true No one knows the silent heartache
That makes me long for you
Lord have mercy on her soul
-(Inserted by her loving sister, Kate, brother- in-law, Frank Geraghty )
RUST-In sad and loving memory of my dear
father, who passed away on the 27th August,
Be sadly missed.). -(Ruby )
SHADBOLT-In fond and loving memory of our
dear niece, Flo, who died on the 27th August,
To-day brings back sad memories,
Of a loved one gone to rest,
And those who think of her to-day
Are those who love her best
-(Inserted by her loving aunts, 312 Richard- son street, Middle Park )
STANFORD —In affectionate remembrance of
Thomas Welton Stanford, who passed from earth life August 28, 1918 (W.J. Crook )
STANFORD —In loving memory of our dear Alan, who
passed away on August 28, 1921
If love and care could death prevent.
Your days on earth would yet be spent. Life was desirous, but God did see Heavenly rest was best for thee.
Ever in memory.
—(Inserted by his loved ones at home.)
WALL — In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed away August 27, 1924
Calm and peacefully she is sleeping;
Sweetest rest has followed pain. We who loved her sadly miss her,
But trust in God to meet again.
-(Inserted by her loving children. Olive, Lily, and Frank, Violet Town.)
WALL.-In fond and loving memory of our darling
mother, who departed this life on August 27,
For ever with the Lord
-(Inserted by her loving daughter and son- in- law, F. and G. Learey.)
WALL.-In loving memory of dear mother, who
passed peacefully away, August 27 1924 (In- serted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, I. and D. Brown.)
WALTON -Edmund, passed away at his residence
The Camp St. James s Park, Hawthorn, on 28th
In memory's keeping, treasured ever. Those happy days we spent together -(Inserted by his family )
WEINERT (nee Bramwell) — In memory of our
dear Ivy, who passed peacefully away at Arma- dale, 27lh August, 1920, loving mother of Max.
-(Inserted by her loving parents and sisters.)
WHITE.— In loving memory of my dear husband,
and our dear Dad, who died at Chiltern, August 28, 1926.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing wife and family.)
ALSTON — Mrs. S. D. ALTSON desires to ex- press her sincere THANKS to her many friends and relatives for letters, cards, and tele- grams of sympathy in her recent sad bereave- ment 1 a'Beckett st., Armadale.
BANFIELD. — C. H. BANFIELD and Mr. BANFIELD, sen., desire to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions
of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the Rev. Mr. Wright, Dr. Callander, and Nurse Tate for their kindness and untiring attention. Will all kindly accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their deepest grati-
tude. 32 Ramsden street. Clifton Hill. BARBIER. — Mr. J. A. BARBIER and Daughters
desire to THANK all their relatives and friends for letters, telegrams, personal expressions of sympathy, and beautiful floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.
BUCHANAN. — Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT
BUCHANAN and Family desire to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the Rev. Mr. Wrigh, Dr. Callander, Sister Tate, and Mrs Goller (of Mont Albert) for their kindness and untiring attention. Will all kindly accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of their deepest gratitude
23 John street, Clifton Hill. CONROY — Mrs. CONROY and Family desire
to THANK all kind friends for letters, tele- grams, cards, floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy, especially the Rev. Widmer and Dr Maclean, for their kindness in their recent sad bereavement Ericville, 111 Melbourne rd., Wil- liamstown.
DE GRUCHY — Mr. and Miss DE GRUCHY Mrs.
SMITH and Sister wish to express their sin- cere THANKS to all kind friends for letters, tele grams, cards floral tributes, and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment. Will all accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment. Hildeville, Primrose street, Essen
DUCK — Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES DUCK and Family desire to express their sincere
THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for
letters cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad be- reavement, especially, thanking the members of St Paul's Young Men's Club of Seville, and the Rev. Mr. Campbell. Will all kindly accept this as a personal expression of our deepest grati-
GEORGE. — Mrs. J. GEORGE, of 1 Leeburn avenue, Caulfield, desires to express her
sincere THANKS to all kind friends for letters,
telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of her deep gratitude.
HERLIHY. —The Husband, Sisters, and Brothers
of the late Maria Herlihy desire to THANK all kind friends for visits, letters, tele- grams, cards, and all other expressions of sym- pathy extended to them in their recent sad be- reavement, especially thanking the Rev. Father Hanrahan P.P., and all other Rev. friends, for their kindness and attention, the Sisters of Mercy, and Dr Berman. Waterford, 100 Abbotsford
street, North Melbourne. LAKE — Mrs T. LAKE and Family, Ajax street,
Ballarat desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for, letters, cards, and telegrams of sympathy in their sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of
BEREAVEMENT CARDS. MILLS. — Mr. B. J. MILLS, of Launceston
(Tas.), and Miss A. MILLS, of New Zealand desire to express their sincere THANKS to the many kind friends of the late James William Mills, of No. 1 Swanston street, Mel-
bourne, for their letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad and sudden bereavement, especially thanking J. A. Safe, H. Bailey, and W Benjamin (all of Young and Jackson's Hotel), and L Bremner, for their many acts, of kindness. Will all please accept this intimation as a personal expression of our deepest gratitude. 20 Ann street, Launceston (Tas.).
MORIARTY — The Family of the late Mrs. B.
MORIARTY desire to THANK their numerous
friends for their kindness, expressions of sympathy visits, telegrams, cards floral tributes, in their bereavement, the staff of M. H. Sunbury for beautiful immortelle wreath. Will all accept this as personal acknowledgment of deepest gratitude.
H. King for efficient funeral arrangements. Harker street, Sunbury_ MOUNSEY. — Mrs. MOUNSEY and Family de-
sire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal
expressions of sympathy in their recent sad
bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our gratitude. Cameron street Wonthaggi.
MR. W. BROBEN and Sons desire to express
sincere THANKS to all kind friends and re-
lations for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes
sent as expressions of sympathy in their recent
sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment.
Mr. ROBERT WYLIE and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for tele- grams, letters, and floral tributes in their recent
sad bereavement, especially thanking Rev. Men-
zies Miller. Dr. Darby, and Sister Leitch.
MR. and Mrs PINDER and Family desire to THANK all kind friends for letters, cards,
telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions
of sympathy in their sad bereavement. 38 Parnell
MRS. J. BROWN and Family, of 38 Lynch street, Footscray, desire to express their sincere
THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for
letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking his workmates,
of H. V. McKay's, members of Sugar Workers' Union, and employees of Colonial Sugar Refining Co., for their beautiful floral tributes. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment
of our sincere gratitude as too numerous to thank
MRS. M. BRAITHWAITE and Family desire to THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the em- ployees of C. S. Braithwaite. Will all kindly accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our gratitude. Halpin street, West Brunswick
MRS. WEST and Family desire to THANK all
kinds friends and relatives for telegrams, let-
ters, and personal expressions of sympathy; also thanking the Rev. J. H. Goble for his kind atten- tion. Will all friends kindly accept this as an expression of our deepest gratitude. 11 Droop
street, Footscray. ____ MRS. J. BREDIN and Mr. and Mrs. C. HUGHES desire to express their sincere THANKS to
relations and all kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our deepest gratitude, 482 Macaulay road, Ken- sington. MRS. J. TREZISE and Family desire to express
their sincere THANKS to all kind friends and
relations for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of appreciation. 17 Ames avenue, Murrumbeena. MRS. J. LEWIS and Daughter desire to THANK all kind friends for telegrams, cards, and letters of personal sympathy received during their recent bereavement. Will all kindly accept this as a personal acknowledgement of our sincere thanks. Henty street Pakenham.
MRS. I. DISTLER and Mr BERNARD HERM
wish to express their sincere THANKS to their kind friends for their expressions of sympathy,
cards, telegrams, letters, and beautiful
tributes in their recent sad bereavement._ MRS. GORDON, Marannatha, Dandenong road Murrumbeena, wishes to express her sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for their sympathy in her bereavement._ PENRY. — The Sons and Daughters of the late
Mr. ARTHUR PENRY wish to THANK their many kind friends and relatives for letters, tele- grams and floral tributes and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment. Also kindly thanking Dr Degenhardt for extreme kindness. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our sincere gratitude Kitrick, 182 St. George's road North Fitzroy.
SKELTON — Mrs. WILLIAM SKELTON and Family desire to sincerely THANK their many kind friends and relatives for letters cards, tele- grams floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all kindly accept this as a personal acknowledg- ment of their deepest gratitude ______
SPOTSWOOD-Mr. W. SPOTSWOOD desires to
THANK all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams floral tributes and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in his recent sad bereavement. 69 Victoria street Footscray.
THE family of the late Mrs ELIZA STEEN
desire to THANK their many friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy tele- grams and floral tributes, especially thanking Dr. Chas. Perry and Sister Phillips. Wunnamurra, Kerferd road Gleniris_
CLOTZ -Friends of the late Mrs SARAH CLOTZ
are respectfully invited to follow her re- mains to the Coburg Cemetery
The funeral is appointed to leave her residence, 228 Raglan street, South Preston, THIS DAY (Saturday, 27th August), at 11 o'clock
HENRY J R. LEWIS, Undertaker, 154 John- ston street. Fitzroy, 247 High street Northcote, 62 Station street, Fairfield Tels. J1066, N'cote
579; estab. 1843.
CONWAY-The Friends of Mrs M CONWAY
are informed that the remains of her beloved daughter, Mary Alice, will be interred in the Tylden Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from her resi- dence, 24 Royal parade, Caulfield, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10 am., and from the Tylden station at 2 p m Motors.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funeral Director, 275 Carlisle street, Balaclava 'Phones Win 4074, FU5451 F1751, B'wick 839
DONOVAN-The Friends of the late PATRICK
DONOVAN are respectfully invited to fol- low his remains to the place of interment, the
The funeral is appointed to leave from Lorranna North Monegatta, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3 p.m. G. DIGGLE, Funeral Director, 547 Spencer street Melbourne F1282.
DOWLER - The Friends of Mr HARRY
DOWLER are informed that his funeral will leave his late residence, Warrigal road, Oakleigh, Monday morning, at 11 o'clock, for interment in the Cheltenham Cemetery.
DUNCAN —The Friends of Mrs EMMA ANNE
DUNCAN are informed that her funeral will leave her residence No. 10 Acacia street. Elstern- wick, This Day (Saturday), at 2 o'clock, for in tennent in the St. Kilda Cemetery, arriving 2.15
FLEMMING - The friends of the late Mrs.
CATHERINE FLEMMING are most respect- fully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, in the Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral will leave J Monkhouse and Son's Private Funeral Parlour THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3 p.m.
J MONKHOUSE and SON, Undertakers, Carpen- ter street, Brighton, near the town hall. 'Phone X1162.
FLYNN. -The Friends of Mr JOHN FLYNN
are informed that the funeral of his beloved wife, Mary, will leave his residence, No. 177 Brougham street, Kew, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3.30 o'clock, for interment in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew, arriving quarter to 4 o'clock
RAYBOULDS, Funeral Directors, opposite sta- tion Malvern Tel. U1427.
HOLDSWORTH - The Friends of the late Mr
WALTON HOLDSWORTH are informed that his remains will be interred in the Cheltenham Cemetery
The funeral will leave the residence of his son-in-law (Mr James Ellis), 34 Langridge street. Middle Park, Monday Morning, 29th August, at half past 10 o'clock
INGHAM - Friends of the late Mr THOMAS
BENJAMIN INGHAM are informed that his remains will be interred in the Cheltenham Ceme-
THIS DAY Saturday August 27, at 2.30
B MATTHEWS PTY LTD , Motor Funeral Ser- vice South Yarra and at Caulfield and Oakleigh.
LOOBY -The Friends of the late Mr PERCY LOOBY
are Informed that the funeral of his beloved wife Elsie Elizabeth, will leave his residence 22 Clarinda road Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Satur- day), at a quarter to 2 p m for the Fawkner
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funeral Director 500 Mt. Alexander rd. Moonee Ponds Tels , FU5451. North Melh F1751. Brunswick 839, Win 4074.
MAHONY-The Friends of the late Miss ENA
MAHONY are invited to follow her re- mains to the place of interment in the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her parents' residence. The Bungalow, 3 Marlborough street Mont Albert, THIS DAY (Saturday August 27) at 3. 30 p.m.
MAHONY -The Members of the Balwyn Church
of Christ and the scholars of the Sunday- school are invited to follow the remains of our dearly loved member and teacher to their last resting place in the Box Hill Cemetery. A short service will be held at her parents' residence 2 Marlborough street Mont Albert THIS DAY (Saturday, August 27), at 3. 15 p.m., arriving at the
cemetery at 3.45 p.m.
T. P. PAYNE Secs. LE PINE and SON undertakers
McGEE-Friends of the late EDITH MARIA
McGEE are reminded that her remains will be interred in the New General Cemetery, Gee-
long To-morrow (Sunday, 28th August.)
ALEX. MONRO, Funeral Director, Geelong.
NAUGHTON — Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. BRIDGET ALICE NAUGHTON will be celebrated at St Patrick's Cathedral THIS MORNING (Saturday), at 10 o'clock. The funeral will leave at the conclusion of the mass for the Fawkner Cemetery,
PALMER. — The Friends of Mr JOHN PALMER
an informed that the remains of his be- loved wife, Charlotte Scott, will be interred in the Cheltenham Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, 132 Syca- more street Caulfield, THIS DAY (Saturday 27th August) at 1 p.m.
HERBERT KING and SONS Undertakers, Glen- ferrie road, Malvern. Tel U4039.
REID. - The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
SYDNEY REID are informed that his remains will be interred in the Melbourne Cemetery .
The funeral is appointed to move from his resi- dence 22 Alexandra avenue, Elsternwick, THIS DAY (Saturday, August 27). at 10.30 a.m. APPS AND SONS PTY LTD., Undertakers. 'Phones Win. 70 and 71.
VOSTI. - The Friends of the late EDWARD MAXWELL VOSTI are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Fawkner Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his parents' residence, No 24 Shields street, Flem- ington, THIS MORNING (Saturday), at 11.30 o'clock.
ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director (estab. 1854), 133 Racecourse road, Newmarket. Tel. FU5997 and F1980.
YOUNG.—The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY PEEBLES YOUNG are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Williams-
The funeral is appointed to move from 11 McIlwrick street, Prahran, THIS DAY (Saturday, August 27), at 2.45 p.m., passing North Williams- town railway gates at 3.45.
ERNEST W. JACKSON, Funeral Director and Embalmer, Ferguson street, Williamstown, and Newport. Tel. 25 W'town.