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Birth, Marriage, Death llereaicmcnt, In Memo
riam and Funeral Notices, up to C lires, 3/,
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BECKINGSALE. - On the 18th October, at Castle-
maine to Mr. and Mrs. R. Beckingsale - a
JULIAN. - On the 29th October, at St. George's
private hospital, Kew to Mr. and Mrs. R. Julian, of 7 Owen street, East Kew - a daugher (Lois Claire Lorraine).
ROGERS. - On the 27th October, at Brookside,
Chomley street, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rogers - a son. (London papers please copy/)
WITHEROW-PATTERSON. - On the 26th Oc-
tober, 1927, at Scots Church, Collins street, Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Borland, Edwin Joseph Witherow, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Witherow, Ormond, to Lucy Lillian, young- est daughter of the late Mr. J Patterson and Mrs. J. Patterson, 6 Etna street, Glenhuntly.
AllRAnUIS-On the 10th October 1127, at EC
Ardmiilan road, Moonee rond* Annie, relict of the late Louis Abrahams of Mallara* mother of Mary, Martha, Louisa, Beta, atd W Ullarri
AMES -On the 30th Octolicr at the realdenco of
her niece (Mr*. Ethel Ames Catherine avenue, Chelsea), Mary Ames, aged 52 »cars A colonist
ol M »cars.
BUKVS -On (tie 17th Octol cr at Glenross prl.
rate hospital, Climton William bcloied in fant son of Jam s and Acthn Hums, of Fleet street, Holbrook, late of IJtniliijuin, aged seve
CHISHOLM-On the JOH, Ocfoher, Mnrgarett"
ti ear1', dearly loved wife of Iii»id John Chis holm K2 Uibson *.tnt.t, N*.\»ioit loi lug mother of 1'igg» and Nancv, not 1 Jl »tar«
Dearly Io» ed, deeply mourned
PtBSrnFCh - On the 23lh Oelobcr (suddenlj),
t 70 Station btrect Carlton »braham, beloved ind dc»oted husband o£ Sarah, I clo»rd uther of Louis (N Z.), \alium Ephraim, lanny, Fisher W7) I rael and Woolf, aired CS 3 car«, (Minyan Sunda», Mon day, Tuesday, Wodncsdj» and T'mr«cli», nt 7 10 No flowers Interred Fawkner Cemetery, Jith October. 1127)
Ma» hi* dear soul rest in peace
DOOLAN -On the !«th October, 1927 (suddenly),
John, dearly beloved husband of Mao Doo'an, of Learmonth, aged 63 joars 1111«
FARRELL.- On the 20th October, at Ballarat, Wil-
liam, the dearly loved husband of the late Mary Edith Farrell, loving father of Alfred, William, Richard, Harold, Everard (killed in action), and Evelyn (Mrs Boyd Stavely), aged 77 years.
HFLI> - On the 29th Orlober, at her residence,
Orchard street Brighton ^eptinia, dearl) be loicd mother of May Fern Hizol Dorry, V ictor on 1 Eral on 1 vWdov, of the I le Iredcrick James ricld, ot Maryborough (Imately interred)
rlFLD-On the 2<Hh October, nt North Brighton,
beptlma, ilcarlj loied sister of Alice (Mrs Jenkins) Isoliellc (Mr» Bi icker*talï) Kate (Mrs. Wallace) Arthur, Lotus Herald, Victoria, an] Julian Ballard. (Prlutü) Interred)
HNLA'V -On the 2Sth October al he; rc'idcncc
113 Whit« Horse roil Um »ill Catherine, relict of the late lohn Hnlai, and belo\o I mother of All« Oin. VV I) Minium, M(rv.cll) and de »otcd RTirdmother of latk lill (Privately Interred Box HID Cemctcn 2Jth Octol cr )
JfRASPR -On Uie 25th October, at the Melbourne
Ifospilil, Ian Colvin dcirlj holo\ed ton ot Tiiomas and Mnrgirct Friser of 37 Loth street St Hil Ia, an I lo»ln" brolhu of Jean (Mrs Ebsworth), Maul (liri s-i,cllicrrt>. Kathleen (Mr* Balroer) Thomas James 1 \a, mid Ma» Iraner, aged 20 »tals nul flix months,
GRANT - On the 23rd October, at her brother in
law's, (Mr. George Holmes) residence, Bellholme Estate, Goornong, Isobel Theresa, the youngest daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Ann Grant, of Mologa, and dearly loved sister of Emma (Mrs. Honder), Jean (Mrs. Lyall), Ada (Mrs. Truman), Nellie (Mrs. Holmes), Joseph, David and Lily.
í.RIFFITn'!.-On the 20th Octibcr it her rcsl
dence, 17 Carlvle street 1 ps* ndon. Ironisa A , widow of tire lito Mheit Fdwarl GritUthK, of Williamstown, and deirly li Io» ed mother of Lily and Albert, aged C1 veirs
Our Io» ed one at rest
HANKS-On the 30tli Ootrber at lils residence,
.li Mackay »trect iulinii (Ht* f Trentham)
Thomas, dtarly loied bubbal d ii Fnima, mu loilng lather of tmiiin Oin- Frai/ke), Tem Annie (Mt«. Castles), «iel s"u (»1rs Mills) Uarrtett 1 thel (Mm t loom, i\ \ ) AIM (Mr*. Ra-.Hî, Till» Uoorg< aged &" j«ar»
Lo» ^ !v II
SHtRIt- -Oq the 10th October, Margaret V nietta
(Pearl), tho dearly M ii «If* it Joe II irrli ol SI Bunbury street Ne »port pud loving mother of Valda, m I onli daughter of the late i c and Nellie Scott Ide of Jo«eili street Ballarat East, aged 36 ¿ein*
MEMFftY -On the 20th October, it his residence,
Culon»>rle, 107 Finch street north 1 ist Mai
Tern Olemcut William, ton of Colonel Ictcr Tlcwery, of Colomherio Icrsey, Channel Isles
HOI MFS -On the 30th October it her rc-ldcncc,
Noorat, Annie, \Mdov. of the lit« Thomas Holmes aged 57 jean
DO\F\ BONE -On the 20Ui October Marlon rita
beth twloved uife of George Honc»bonc, of Middle Tark. lon^l mother of Marlon, lo»lng (laughter of Mrs. Jones and the lito lohn Tones, Ute of Bendigo, and sisier of Wilier (deceased), Grace (Mrs. II J Hcsiej bone, of Sydney), Ade Uni (Mrs I Tres) and Elsie (Mrs. ti J A lugtr), aged 48 »cam
BOUTON'- On the 20th October, Walter (Wal),
of 20 Elmhurst road Caulfield, dearly lo\eI hns band of Ruby, and lo» lug father of Betty, Thelma, Ronald, and Krnnilb
HORTON-On the 21Ui October, Walter (Wal)
(f 20 Elmhurst road Caulfield jountcst son of lh" lite David and Hannah Horton dearly loicil IrothT oí Charles William L) 111 (deceased) lohn Em (Mrs Wood), Bert (deceased), and
Till Ho cor»"
JLI IAN1 -On the 29th Octobti at i pihato hospl
tal. Kow Clara lal eula th deal 1 j bolo» ed »Ufe of Richard Julian, of 7 Oneil street, Last Kew, late of Richmond
LEMON -On the 16th October at Manners =utlon
Court, Cohc, Robert, belo»ed husband of Caro- line, and lo»ed father of Robert Imma (Mrs Steuns) Bert, Gordon, and Foster father ol I Inle (Mrs D Spalding), aged 70 j care
Till we rmct again
McALLISTER.—On the 30th October (result of
accident), at the Alfred Hospital; Oliver Harry, the dearly beloved husband of Gladys Mcallister, of 21 Madden street, Albert Park,
and loving father of Jack, late A.I.F., aged 33
McALLISTER.—On the 30th October (result of
accident) at the Alfred Hospital; OliverHarry, the dearly loved and only son of Annie and the late John William McAllister, of 21 Madden street, Albert Park, late A.I.F.; aged 33 years.
A patient sufferer at rest.
McCARTHY -On Hie 2<>th October, it Numurkah,
the Venerable Archpriest James P. McCarthy,
aged 7G years
Requiesoat in race,
JlcCRATIi-On the 27th Oclol cr, at «t David «
private hospital, Maffra, William, 1(loved bon of the late Patrick and Margaret McGratb, and lovlnp: brother oí Thomas, I Uiick, Mary (ti*1 e»as,d)t Margaret (Mrs King), .Taino (tie eessed), lohn, Annie (Sn-tcr lomUlr, of M loseph h Convent, Largs Mas ^onth Yustoln), rad Katie (Mrs T J Mclncmov), a"cd 41 jeal«
UcINTOSII -On the 23th Oetob r, !t Ins rosi
dence, Yamba, Perr> tliect Alhnn, Willum, beloved husband of Man, and deir fitlier of Stan, Nell, Fit} and Line in Ins 7ath je late of Mayfield, Bi utowannih
1MNTOSH -On the 2olh October, at lils re
tlince, taroba, Perrj, (.tvccl Ulunj Willum, Moved father of Elsie father in law of William Lobban (Kenmuir Park Kotta) en 1 dmr grai d father of John and Shirlo, in his 7üth \cn
MCINTOSH - On the 2Sth October, at his ml
dence tamil. Perry street, \lhurv William beloved father of Stan, father In law of Lol i, in 1 grandfather ot littlo Min and Ian, in his 7ath
MCKINNON'-On the 21th Oetobcr IW, at pri
vate hospital. Captain \rthur Molvmnon he loved liueband of Marv, loved father of Chdc and Malcolm, of Hunchin, Milverton btiect Moonee Ponds, late of Hong Kong, aged ab
MtMEFKIV - At Mortlake (sud lenly), Tolin
MeMeekln, hhlrc fecrüarv beloved hilsban I of Marie and loiing father of Mis Frank 1! Kerr anl Dr R ). MeMeekln, in lila 70ih jeir
Ï1HÎCH! - On the Kith Oettbcr, at Perth
Iredrlck William, eldest son of the lite John and Mary Mercer, anl eldest biotlier of Ada (Mrs (, Ta>!or, Hamilton) Ham (W irrae) i a leal), Louira (deceased), ljnnv (Portlind)
MEREDITH -On the 29th October, 1927, at private
hospital, Melbourne, Emma Letitia Meredith, beloved wife of John Meredith, and loving mother of Alvie (Mrs. C. Myers), aged 43 years.
MIDDENWAY -On the 30th October, Stephen
Thomas, the dearly loved husband of Hannah Middenway, of 284 Barkly street East Bruns wick, loving father of Iva, Edmiston, Stanley, Leonard, Gladys, and John, loving elder son of Stephen Cox and Emma Middenway, of 96 Commercial road, Footscray, loving brother of Emmeline, Garry, Violet, and Minnie (Sydney papers please copy )
HORGAN -On the 30th Oclobcr, at the Bethesda '
Hospital, Kettle, the dear!} beloved wife of < harlca Henry Morcan, Esplanade, Sorrento, and loving mother of Thelma, Neville, Deane, and landa, affed 51 vears and 5 months
A patient Euffercr at rest
Lead, kindly light
HORGAN -On the 30th October, at the Bethesda
Ilosplial, Kettle, wife of Charles Hcnr> Morgan, Sorrento, and the dearly beloved sister of Annie (Mr» Keating) Edward, George, Jinnie, John, Willie. Nellie Ho, and Tim
Peace, perfect peace
-(Inserted bj Iit foi Ins brothers und listers )
JvFAGLL.-On the 30th October, at his residence,
Kelgaen, Elsie jrovc, Chelsea, William thomas the dearlj beloved husband of Jcsblc F , and lorlnit father of Tom md Lllj, aged 46 3 cars, «to Ord Division «Igual« Companj, ali.
A patient sufferer at refct I
OILr-On the 2Sth October, at Rían street
Northcote Frances Irene helm c1 daughttr cf late John onl \nne O Uara (Penshurst), loved mother of Betsv, Ian (deceased), Jean, nn Man, dearlv loved sitter of Mar) (Mu
ltruben. North Carlton) Ro~e (Mrs Ilmnitn. Yde'alde), lames, Tohn (Penshurst) Nora (Mrs ".(ewart. Northcote), Francis (Geelong)
ORR -On the 9th October, at Clifton, Spit road,
Mosman (N.S.W.), Orlando T Orr, beloved hus- band of Laura, aged 75 years late of H. M. Customs
PLVTT- On the SOth Octolier, at Alfrel Hospital
Allan Richard, dearlv loied sen of Richard and Miijorle Platt, of 4 Havelock btrect, St. Kilda, aged 15 vrars
PROCTOR-On the Kill October, at Yarram,
Robert McLean, the dearie beloved second sou of Marv mid Minion Proctor, of Toora, and lov. lag brother of William, John (Brighton), and Fthil, aged 25 jeara.
Pun^ LS.-On the 30th October, at a private hoa
pltal. Thomas Purses, of 111 Itjnkiu's road, Kensington the dearie loved liu>t>and of Ma tlldi, and loving futhcribf ir¿l\la (Mr« Wood),
aged -16 j ears
QUIN -On the 2Slh October, at the Melbourne
Hospital, George «.mbrose Patrick Quin dearl) It love,] eldest son ot the late William and Latin i ino Quin, and loving brother of William and James, aged 4G vcars
Rest lu peace.
QUIN -On the 28th October, at the Melbourne
Hospital, George Ambrose Patrick Quin, of Bun.
A good neighbour, a true friend, and one of
-(Inserted by J. Barnard, Bundoora )
RAIIALEY -On the 20th October at her residence,
42 Bucltlev street-, Essendon, Bridget, relict of the late William Rahale), of landsborough, darling and devoted mother of Mrs Thomas Jar vi«, of Learmonth street. Moonee Ponds, and dearlv loved grandma of Ruby (Mrs Sleigh) and Vera (Private Interment )
Requicscat in pace
RAHALEY-On the 29th Octob i, at her resl
dence, 43 Buckley street, Essendon, Bridget, re Ilct of the late William Rahale), loved mother of Mrs. II E Palmer, 23 Tvutdblde street, Lbsfii don, and much loied L.nndina of cliff (de ceased), Bill, Ev , and Jack
miT\m -On tho2<lth October at lierxnhlinee
41 lluckley street Essendon, Brlduet, relict of the late William Rahab v. late hf Landsborough, loving mother of Nell (Mrs tarvlh), Will (de Eiascd), I ed, Joslo (Mrs llohringor), GUre (Mrs Palmer), Jack, Ma) (Mrs Jordan), 1er (deceased), Jean, Tom, Kit, Chail , and Bert
tai ed bv all
HILEY-On the 27th Octolier at Mildura, after a
brief illness, Charles Stanlev, dcirlv beloved third son of Sir and Mrs William Riley, 16 Casey street, Bendigo, ml loved brother of Will, Leo Len, rtbel (Mrs, Kenned)), Olive, Ann and Malblc. (Interred Uendlco ¿3th. Octo ber)
Dcarl) loved, deeply mourned
ROBERTS.-On the 26th Oetob r 1P27, at the n
fldence of his s n In lau, Mr W J lillie
Forest street Bendigo lames, dcarl) beloved husband of the late Flirihelh I Roberts, lived father of John (deceased), lames ¡>ydnt)), Annie (Mm W J Miller), Lil (Mr» H Davies), Kvelvn (Melbourne), \al (Melbourne), " ' (faouth Australia), aged ill )ears
ROSS.-On the 29th October, at Aparima, Hamp-
ton street, Brighton, the Rev. Charles Stuart Ross, beloved husband of Jane, in his 88th year. (New Zealand papers please copy.)
SCHI ICU1INO -On the 23th October, William 3
s-chllehtlng, the loved husl and of Caroline, and father of Jane (deceased), W illiam. George (deceased), Florence, Miel (Mrs. Waterncld). and Stella, of Hardwicke street, Deepdene, aged
SMART-On the 29th October, 1927, at a private
hospital, St Kilda, Florence Ethel late of 97 Canterbury road, Middle Pair, the dearly loved wife of Leslie George Smart, and loving mother of Irena Florence, aged 47 years.
SMART-On the 29th October, 1927, at Lister private
hospital, Florence, dearly beloved sister-in-law of Ada and William Duncan loving aunt of Dorothy, Gwen, Bill, and Teddy.
STEWART - On the 13th Oclober, li.'" (after
operation), Reginald John, beloved son of Annie and the late John Mew art, of 46Ï» Bridge road, Richmond, und fond brother of Irene (Mrs Dow- ling), Gladys (Mrs P)C), Lindsav, and Rov, aged 33 )ears, late VII (Remains at John Allison's Parlour», !K \ictorla street, Rich
Requicscat in face
SULLIVAN -On the i*l\\ October (result of ned
dent), Tohn Sullivan of No 13 Divin street, Flstemwick, dearly beloved husband of Margaret, and lovrd father of James, Marr (Mrs, nilli«), Terese (Mrs Barr)), John, and Ldvvard, aged 67 years
liest in peace
SUVDrnLANn -On the 10th October, at her resi
dence. Ringwood street. Ringwood, lennie re llct of the late William '.inidorl3nd, aged S7
WALTER'S.-On the "Mm October (r"Sillt of acei
dent), a» Hie Melbourne Hôpital William Oeorge deailv I cloie I sen o! (liarle» and lils t £_»!.'i V * < '»."I' 'e'1. Robin., and Joymir ' brother of F.dw-jrl, ii), and Bruce, anl loved | giynd. oi \nn e s*-ot>mbe at el 10 veavs
llM-UB-Oa the 27th Ort"h-r at tile Alfnd lins
pltal A*ial, dearlv beloved husband -.r Fniilv
22 Edsall streel. Malvern md brother of lim . arthur, aged S3 ) cars (Privatcl) interred 23th
WHISTLER.-On (he "Olli October PÍ7 at Bel-
mont House, East Malvern Carrie, daughter of the late Richard Whistler of Berkshire, England, and of the late Sarah Mills Whistler of Belmont House East Malvern (Private funeril Ni mourning or flowers b) speclil request.)
ZICHY-WOINARSKI- On the 30th October, re-
sult of accident at Seaford, Victor James Peter, beloved only child of Casimir and Beatrice Zichy Woinarski, aged 16 1/2 months
On Active Service.
DAVIS. -In fond memory of Fred, my loved
brother, who died and was buried at sea on 31st October, 1915.
Over blue oceans thy spirit is stealing,
Holding a nation in sway;
Fadeless thy glory, deathless, thy story,
Anzac! we hail thee for aye. -(F.S.S.)
DENTRY. -In loving memory of Lieut Hugh St.
Omer Dentry, 1st Pioneer Battalion, who was killed in action in France on 31st October, 1917, after three years' service, the dearly loved
son of Charles Omer and Flora Dentry, of 20 Spray street, Elwood, brother of Cliff (late
A.I.F.), and Dorothy.
GREEN. -In loiing memory of Rupert (C.Q.M.S.,
5th Battalion, A.I.F.), who was killed in action at Flers, France, October 31, 1916, beloved only son of C. L. and M. I. L. Green, Ivanhoe, and brother of Sigrid and Dorothea.
At the going down of the sun, and In tho
Wo will remember them
HOLMES.-In treasured memory of our dearly
lieloved son and brother, Lieulcnant Lrncst Bandai Holmes, 21st Batter), \ustralian Field Artillen who gaie his life at Longucial, France, ou tho 30th Octolier, 1D1C
Their name llvcth for evermore
Who shall sing the song of them
The wonder and the strength of them 'Hie gaiety and tenderness, Thev nore acrosä the sea9
In ever) heart's the song of them.
The debt that Fngland owes to them The chivalry and fe irlessness, Tha* stroie and won her free
HUTCIUNSOV - In sad and loving memore of
our eldcit eon, Corporal Irvine, Sth Light Horse Regiment, Machine Gun Section, who dud of wounds received at the taking of llecrsheln, Eg) Pi "1st October, 1917. (Inserted b) parents,
McDOWLP-In loving memory oí our dca
nnd brother Ernest who died of woum Trance on 31sr October 1017
-(Inserted bj his loving mother and fither,
Lemnos \ wagon )
McMTTY -In losing- memory oí our dear brother,
Gunner Jlirric oville who was killed in action in I-ranee on tie 31st October» löir (Inserted hv hin loving sisters Ruth and Hsle )
McA ITTY -In lov fug memorv of HW Gunner
Harrie anille McUttv who wa* killed in action in Franc*. October 11, 1ÖI6 ( \ \ Richardson
Mooree Wallinduc )
PON LIL-In pad and loving memorv of mj
death bclo\ed onh eon Li utonant r-dnjrd \\ Powell 81th Squadron RFC killed in action o\er the enom> lines fu I mice on list October U17 after three ^cart» aetiic seme* willi tip All ind RFC in Ecjpt GiHippli and I*ranee loving brother of Jem (Mr* Dav) Man (Mrs Mirtln)
\ beautiful life fiieuficod for others Tai rd God of holts he with us vet, I est we forget ÎCît wo formel
-(Inserted bv his sorrowing and Ioneh mother, C A Powell. Thurgoon, 103 Williams road.
East Prahran )
Ever remembered -(Inserted bj his sisters )
B\RIl\& -In loving memorv of our dirlmg
mother who passed awaj October 31, I'-O it
Peace, perfect peace
-(Inserted Iv lier children, diaries, feanie,
>rank ItAstftijre, Maude)
DOLTTHO-% r BESTEH - In loving memorv of our
liear mother, who die 1 on tho "0th October, 1120, ilso our elster Benje (Mrs ttebcsUi) who died on the «10th March, 192G, ut Albert
The* miss \ou moBt who loved ?von best.
-(Inserted by her loving children, Alice, Jack
Man and Neil )
BRONV-In loving mernoo of our dear father,
Philip Thomas, who departed this life on Octo ber 31, 192G
-(Inserted by his loving children, Norman and
iCIRDWICK-In memory of niv wife Gertrude
and mother who departed this life on list 1 October U¿5 at Coburg (Intirtcd by lur fond
i husband Tom, and son >
CHALMERS-In loving memorv of Mary Kath-
leen, beloved wife of Edward Chalmers and loving mother of Polly, Ethel, Belle Harry, Charlie, Chrissie, Frank, Minnie and Roy (de- ceased), who passed away on 30th October, 1926.
Peace, perfect peace
COGHILL.-In loving memory of mv dear hu
band, and lo>ed father of Behm who passed away at Cobran» October ¿1 1J2Í
-(Inwrted by his loving wife ind daughter)
COVi>T\BLÏ - In loving memorv of our dear mother and gnndnu, who pa**ed aw jj on uOth
Her memory, verv sweet and dear
We treasure etllf with love Rincerp
-(Inserted bj her loving diughter, M-irj, son in Hw, jack, and grandchildren, Kinmond, Thelma, und Bernice Glen )
DOUBLED U-V tributo to the memorv of m>
onlj ton an 1 I rother, I kut Jack I Indsav Iloublcdii>, dkd, and buried at tei, Oetober
lils injinoo 6tlII l^es - (Mother and Ma )
J- IELP -In lov Ing memor} of Ronald James,
joungeat «on of T and h. Held, Post otticc. Ballarat Last, who I asacd away October Jl,
Oh, for the touch of a \aidshert hand, And the sound of a voice that is ttllJ
FRVSFR-In loving memon of our dtarlj be
loved and onJv »on, John Ckndinueu (Cien), and beloved brother of Hizabeth, Alice, Merv, nud Moreucc t raser, of 83 Tooronga, road, F-ast Malvern, who died at «ea on 31ft October, 1918, on lils vojagc home, and in afTcctfonatc remeni bronco of Beatrice Marguerita fourth dnughtir of John «ud Helen 1-rater, who died on 2T»th Juh, 1901: nlso in fond memon of lohn Fraser (late ol ii P.O), the loiin¿ husband of Helen rra&er, and father of the above, who passed away on the 11th August, 1^27
Oh, not lost, but gone before u?.
Let them never be forgot;
Sweet their memory to tin mourners,
lu our hearts tliev perish not.
How such liol} memories cluster
Like the «tara when storms it« past. Pointing up to that fair hei%en,
altero we hope to meet at last.
GILMAinr\ - In loving memorv of mv dear hw
band, and our dear fit her, John Patrick, who died on tho ,11st October 1926, at H.G}Ug.i
Dearly loved, sudK mbscd
-(Inserted by his loving wife and famth )
Gltrrli - lu loving memon of wv dtar wife, Mella, who pa^ed nwav o» ti» 31st October, 1**20, darlmg mother of Elvie and Billi, loved diughter In lav of GeoYjrt* M and Nellie Greer loving sister In law of kellie and S}d, Doris and Ted, George, Mabel, and lean
r- (Inserted by her loving I mt lund. David M
GREER.-In fond and loving munon of our dear
daughter. Stella, who passed awav on the list October, 1^26 loved bister of (laud rditb, Mvrtle, and Eric, and dmr mother of Llvie mid billie
Peacefullv sleeping, rioting at last,
The world's wean trials and trout le* pist
In (rfbnrt, vnu buffered, lu tutleuci >uu bon Till God willed iou homo to sun r n> nure
-(Inscrttd bv her e utow lue: p m ntF sistrrs nnd lirothe», W J and I \ Olh, n-iwUmng ) IIODGrS-*In lov Ins: memon of tur 1 ibv Tohn,
who passed uwij at Bright m ut tin, -0th Oil > ber, 19-C (Iiibcrtcd bv his parents, li nnd ^ Hodges )
JVHRLTT-In loving iuenior> <f mv dear hu1»
bind IlioniiB Jarrett, who rja id to a higher
life on the 31st Octobu IDIf
A tender chord of mernot} is tnftly touched
-(Inserted bv his loving wife, 'vib^nna Jarrett ) JATUtFTT -In loving memon oí m} dear Iither,
Thomas Jarrett, who parsed away on the 31st October, 191b,
God baa you in Hu 1 eeping
Wt have von In our thoughfs
-(Inserted bv hli loving daughter, 1 Isle Miy
JENKIN -In loving memorv of mv dear husband
and our dear father Samuel Jenkin who paved a*ay on October ÎU, 1n2i ah-o mv dear diughter und our dear sihtcr, Mctoria \\cltuo (bis), who patrtcd nv\aj on Tulj 10, 1916 *
Cahill} and pcicifulh they aie bletpingi
^weet lest has followed pain
Those who loved jou sadly mf« vou;
But trust in God to meet again
-(luserted bj Mrs E Jenkin and family)
JOLIA -In fond and ever loving memory of m>
dear husband, and our loved fathrr, who paßsed peacefullv awnv nt Vanen MU» lranUlo», on the JOth October, 1924
Sheltered h> the Rock of Ages,
Anchored on the Golden fíhorc
l\licrc there Ia no pain or suffering,
Rest, sweet rest, for evermore
-(Inserted hy bia sorrowing wife, Catherine, anl daughters. Knie and î«cll )
JOLLY -In e\er loving memorv of our dear
father and grandin, who passed peicelullv awi} at Warren Hill, Trankslon, on the SOLh
For ever with the l^rd
-(Inserted by his loving daughter and son In law, Kathleen and Will, ard grandoon, "Willie
T ardner )
JOLIA -In fond and loving niemnr} of our
dearlv loved father and grandpa, who departed thiq life on tlie 30th October, D21, at Marren IHU, fnnWon
Blessed ire the doid who die in our Saviour , Loving thoughts of my deir father will never
fide awa\ ' -(Inserted bv his loving daughter, Rosie, ton in , 'ar, 51 A Hearne}, and grandchildren John,]
Clfiii Bob, and Ena )
JOLLV -In loving memorv of our dear fith+r i
John Tollv, who pished peiccfulh nwnj it I W-nrrcn Hill, Fnnkston, on the "0th October,
Fver Tcmcmbercd ' Wini hapm hours wc ewe eojovrd How sweit ti eir memor} hlill
-(Inserted bj his loving son, Frank, and drttiglittr hi hw, E«mc )
J OLLI -In loving mernoo m mr dear fa* a *
ind Í thei tn lav' John «Jcllv, ho * * * 1 pii
juin jw n it hi^ione, "ft irren TliM F* Vtnrn on the Win Oxtob».rf 1924, fii*<\ i\ j fi^aiiiia
of Tohn Tollv
Jxaed in lift, trea*un 1 ne ei'h . A beautiful memorv ia nil **<* hwc left | -(Tnscrlcd bv his loving bon, Tim, and daughter in Jaw, Ruc )
LVYFIELD-In fond and lovwtr memory of mv
deal grandchild, Rose Emily Lajfleld, who dted on tliß 31st October 1925
fill Tesns comts
-(Imeifcd by her loving grandma, Bertha
LORD-In loving memorv of oui bclo-ed Marion
(Her mother and fithcr)
LORD-In loving memorv of our darling Marion,
who passed awiv October C> 1^21 igcd three jears eight- months (Inserted bv her grandma, gnndpa, ind aunties Avis ind Lillej )
MVNSFIrLD-In loving memorj of mv dear luis
band, 1 rederick Mansfield, loving fath« of «Hanh* and Ronald, -who died on the olet October,
Gone, hut not lorgotten
-(Inserted by his loving wife and sons)
MILLER-In loving memory of my dear daugh-
ter, Clara, who passed away at Stawell October 31, 1925.
A beautiful memory left behind,
Of a loving daughter, true and Kind; We have lost but heaven has gained
One of the best the world contained.
(Inserted by her loving mother, brother, and sisters, Harold, Lisle, and Florrie, Hoffman, Kensington.)
MOORE-In loving memory of mother,
passed away on 31st October 1923. (Inserted by M. H., Albert Park, M. V., East Prahran, and L. K. Croydon.)
POLLARD.-In loving memory of Olive Clarice,
died at Amherst on the 31st October 1921 (In- serted by her loving family, East Malvern.)
ROBERTS.-In memory of A. H. Roberts, late of
Brunswick, who died suddenly, at Picola, on the 31st October, 1920. (Inserted by his son,
TOWNSON.- In fond memory of my mother, who
died on October 11, 1920, and of my brother, Jack, who was killed in action at Passehendaele on October 12, 1917. (Inserted by H. R. Town- son, Broken Hill.)
X, MV V -In memory of m> dear husband and
father, who departed this life 31et October,
Though parted \ou will never be forgotten
-(Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Virginii )
WILDLY-In Iming mernot} of our dear wee
habr, John, who passed nway on October 31, 192ÎÎ
Our darling bibe
In dod s care
-(Inserted bv his loving patents ) _
MR GIO BINDING and Firoil) desire
THANK nil kml friends and relative, ... eirds leiten, t lr(,nnis mil flov ei6 receive) dur ing their recent sid bereavement 33 Kjngaroo road Oiklcigh_ AIRS. CLItNOW and lamilv wish to HUNK 1**~ all 1ml friends for letters cards floral tributes anl pers ml expressions of Fvmpath)
The funeral will leaie the residence of her niece, Mrs Fthel M Vnics Catherine aicnuo Chelsea THll DAi (Jiondi) 31st October), at 3 o clock.
CI11SIIOTM-The Friends of Mr «AMD JOHN
CIIISHOIM aro roneclfullv informed that the remains of his dearlv lovel wife Margarette (Pegg)) will be inlerrcd in tile Williamstown
The funeral is ii pointe 1 to move fiom Ula resl dence ">2 Hou« n street Newport illlS DU (Mondav the "1st Octrbcr) at 3 "0 p ni
ntNFST W l\Ch<=ON, llltici-il Director Ter gi.son street Williamstown and Melbourne road, Newport Phone 2-i Williamstown
C<0P1 -Hie 1 neild« of tie late Mr ALTRFP,
' Pilli IP COU are rcsiecttiilli informed tint his lcmains will be interred in the Fuikner Cerne
ill funeril will nrrlic nt the cemetery gates To morrow (rues las), November 1 at a li arl
\ W 1 VDUlIltl and Co l-uneral Directors 13 Colham rold, hew Branches 182 Riversile lead Kawth in and White Hurte toad llo.\ Hill
Ihouc Haw thom 31
C1ROWLF} -The Fnen li of Ihe late Mr 10IIN
J CROW LI i are lufoimel that his funeral will le ive Havboulds Tuiienl Parlours, 1"3 lonsdale street eli) at 2 pm THIS DU (Monda)), for interment in the Coburg Cemeten, arriving "
EELLs.-The Friends <f Mr F RfcOF RICK B 1
I F 11 S are informer] that tile remains nt his dearl) beloied wife I In la Mav will be inteirfd in the New Melbourne Cemeten I avvkner
The funeral will leave lils r bldence "¡0 Hope stieet. We t Brunswick THIS DU (Mondai, list
October) at 3 "0
1) JIArnil HS PTY LTD, Toorak road, South larra. Caulfield, and Oaklclgb
IT'ISH.-The Friend* of the late Mr. WALTER
. CLEMENT FISH (late lailvvav coii'tnictlon, j F'ootscra)) are rcspectfullv invited to follow his
allis to the place of interment, tl.o Favvkmv
le limerai is appointed to leave 124 Victoria street, Footscray, THIS DAY (Monday), at :| o'clock, and not as previously advertised.
NELSON BROS., Undertakers, Victoria stivrt. Footscray (Tvl. 43); S)dnev road. Coburg (Iel. Bvvk. SH); Douglas parade', Williamstown (Tel. 31); and Linton (Tel, a)._
I^RAiER.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. THOMAR
? FRASER are invited to follow the remains of their late beloved son, lan Colvin, to the place' of interment in the Cheltenham Cemetery.
The funeral will leave their residence^ A" Loon «tiwi, -St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Monday, the 31<.t
HlFFlTilS. - The Friend« of «io late Mra.
LOUISA ANN GRIFFITHS arc-respectful!) , informed tliat her remains w lil be interred lu |
the Williamstown Cemetery.
Octolier, 1927). at 2 o'clock p.i...
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker, Ruascll street (on.
TJANKS.-The- Frienilii «it .Mr. THOMAS HANKS.1 .*-?*- ure Infurmod that his remains will be in- terred in the Cheltenham Cemetery.
The funeral will leave bis late.residence, 41 Mackay street. Prahran, THIS DAY (Monday, the 31»t October. 1927), lit 2.30 p.m.
DRAYTON and (¡ARSON, Undertakers, BIS High street. Malvern, and 190 High ftreet, Windsor. Tel. Win. 370._
rARRIS.-The Friends of Mr. NORMAN
? TAI LOU HARRIS ate respectfully invited to follow th« lemulns of lils dearly bcloicdjj'sl't
Margaret Valetta, lo the placo of interment; Lie Williamstown Cemetery.
'Hie funeral ia appointed to leave his residence, Ct Bunburv street, Newport, To-morrow* Morning (Tuesday, November 1, 1927), at 10 o'clock.
NELSON BROS., Undertakers, Victoria street,
ernv ('Phone 4}); Douglas Parado, Williams
('phono SI), lind Linton ('phone 9).
H EMERY.-Friends of the lato Mr. CLEMENT
WILLIAM IIEMKRV aro tntnnned that n short sendee will be conducled In St.. John's Chuich of England. Finch street. East Maliern, THIS DAY (Monday, ¡list October), cvimineticlil'; nt 10.45 a.m., at the completion of which the funeral will move to the Boroondara Cemetery,
HERBERT KING and SONS. Undertakers, Glen ferrie road. Malvern, 'Pilone U4033.'_
HON'EYBONE.-The Friends of Jfr. OEOnOE
HONEYBOSE, of Middle Park, aro Informed that the remains of his beloved wite, Marion Elisabeth, will leave the residence of Mr. J. Tress, No. 1 Elphin grove. Auburn. THIS DAY (Monday), at 4 p.m.'for interment in the Box Hill Cemetery,
HAYBOtlLDS, Funeral Dlrcclore, ill Cecil street, Pmlinin. 'Phone Windsor 17._
HORTON. - The Friend« of the late Mr.
WALTER HORTON am informed that lils remains will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave hu residence, 20 Elmhurst road. Caulfield, To-morrow (Tuesday, November 1. 1927), at 10.SO o'clock.
remains of lils dearly beloved wifo will bo in- terred in the Box, Hill Cemetery.
The funeral is appoint«! to leave her late evidence, 7 Owen street, East Kew, THIS DAY (Mowin), at 1.30-p.m.
A. W. PADBURY and Co.. Funeral Directors, .'evv. Ilawllinni, and Bo* Hill. 'Phones-Haw. 31. 1351: and Boy Hill 140._ KNIDBS.-The Friends of the late PERCIVAL
JAMES KN'iniiS are informed that his funeral will leave his lntc residence, 87 Carlisle crescent. Oakleigh. THIS DAY (Monday), at 10
, for Interment in the Necropolis, Spring
. arriving at 10.30 p.m.
McALLISTER.—The Friends of the late Mr. OLIVER HARRY MCALLISTER (late A.I.F) are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the
The funeral will leave his residence, 21 Madden street, Albert Park, THIS DAY (Monday, 31st October, 1927), at 3.30 o'clock. Motors.
McALLlSTER.—Lodge of Judah No. 20. — The
Brethren of the above Lodge and craft in general are invited to attend the funeral of our late Brother O. H. McALLISTER.
The cortege will leave his late residince, 21 Madden street, Albert Park, THIS DAY (Monday, 31st October), for the Brighton Cemetery, at 3.30
p.m., arriving at 4 o'clock.
ARTHUR McKINNON remains will be interred privately in the Fawkner
The funeral will leave lils late eosideuee, Hunchln, Milverton street. Moonee Ponds, THIS
DAY (Mond.iv). at 2 o'clock.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funeral Director, COO Mt. Alexander road. Moonee Ponds (FU5Í51); North Melbourne (F1731); Brunswick 8.19; Win. 1071.
MIDDENWAY. - Friends of the late Mr.
STEPHEN THOMAS MIDDENWAY are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Coburg Cemetery.
'The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, 281 Barkly Street. East Brunswick, THIS DAY (Monday), 31st October). at I p.m.
HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker, 151 Johnston Street, Footscray; 247 High street. Northcote; 62 Station Street. Fairfield. 'Phones J1066, North coto 679._
MORCAN.-The Brethren of the Sorrento Lodge,
No. 371. are rrspectiuilv invited to follow the remains of Hie dearly beloved wife of CHAS. II. MORGAN (W.M.), to tho place of interment, the
le funeral will leave the residence, Eli-Ora, The Esplanade. Sorrento, at -1.15 p.m. on the 1st
W. W. DAWSON". Secretary. No. 371.
MORGAN.-The Friend« of Mr. CIH.RLES
HENRY MORO VX, Sorrento, aie rcpecttully invited to follow- tho remains of his dearly be- loved wife, lleltie, to the place of interment, Sorrento Cemetery, on Tuesday, 1st November, it 4.15 p.m.
APPS and SON, Undertaker!', St. Kll'lj.
NE »OLE -The I rlcnds <if »io lite Mr T\ ILII \M
1 MOMAS M slïLL (hie Ml") are respect lull» imltcd to foil!.»» his remains to tho place oí interment Hie Cheltenham Ce moten
Hie funeral »\ill led»c his rcßitlrm-e, Solgarn, FUle gro»o C1 cl*ci, Tomorrow (fïlcsdij, 1st Noecmlor), nt 10 TO o clock nro
\\ I) HOSI and SON, Imdeilaker» ( harman
road Clifltenham 'Phono 12 Cheltenham_ "V'LWr -Chol'M Lodge No Sill, AVA -1-1 Visons of Mi tori i - Officer» mid Member« of the al o» o I wise on 1 of the Craft »n Rencr-il ate respectfull» in»ned to follow the remains of their esteemed lirotlicr WIILIUf THOMAS M W11- to the placo ot Interment, tile ChclUn
The funeral »W11 Iea»e his late residence lisle no»c, Glulsci To monow (Tuci.dj» 1st N.o\em Lier) at 10 TO a m an 1 arrhe at the cemetery it 11 o clock No rocalla
T T\SII« T\ M
_V A HOP! »?. P M Secretan
PLUT-The Fi lends of Mr and Mm MCI! MID
PLATT ore Informed tint til remain» nf their di arl» lo» ed t-on \lhn Richard, »eil! he in tcrrcd in tho Coburg Cemtter»
The funeral »\ill ]ea»e their roFidenee, I Hatelook 6trecl, St Kihi» Tilla 1)\Y (Monda», 31st Odo ber), at ï o clock
1! MA ITU! WS ID. I rn Tooral road, South i urn Linlflelil and Oakleigh_ IiUIUT«-Tho Friends of (he Into THOMAS
? I'UIULS are rmncttiull) united to follow his remains to the place of ínterin nt, In the " hw ¿nor Cometer»
Hie funeral Is appointed lo nineo from Illa lite rci lenci \o TI Ilankins road hctishibton, THIS D\l (Monh») it 3 50 o'clock
Ailinn »LLISON, Iunonl Director (oslab *= j 1 » lijcccour c toad, Newmarket Phone H 117_
QLLN -The tuends ot Mr WILLUM QliIN
are i, spectfullj In» Uni lo follow tho re in lina of hip dear!» beloved eldest brother Geort-c Ambrose 1'itrlck, ol Bundoora, to tho New SIol
bourne Cometen riwkncr
The flinn ii will lone his residence 150 Sim 11 street, Hiclimond THIS I) V\ (Mondav, oUt Oc tober) ot T TO p ni
IP IM\r a d SON Iuneral Directors 'Phones
Hill Ihw SIT_
ROSS. -The Friends of the Rev. CHARLES
STUART ROSS are most respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment
in the Cheltenham Cemetery.
The funeral will leave Aparima, Hampton street, Brighton, at 10.30 THIS MORNING (Monday), pro-
deeding to St. Cuthbert's Presbyterian Church. Wilson street, Brighton, where a service will he held, at the conclusion of which the cortege will proceed to the cemetery about 11 a.m.
SCHUOIllINf, -The Friends of the Lit) Mr
W11 LMM SCHI ICHTINO aro respectful!» informed tint his remains »\iU be interred tn til Box Hill Cemetery
Hie funeral Is appointel U Iea\o a W Pad bnr»'s pn»ate inortujn, 13 Cotham re» id, Kew, 1I1IS DAT (Monda», October 31) at TIS p m
A )) I'\DUU1!\ and (Jo Fuñen! niioctors, IT Cotham rotd, Kew Branches 1S2 Ttneridilc road, Hawthorn, Vhilo Horse road, Bo» lilli
'Phone Haw thora «I
Eisten»' tek, THIS proceeding to the Limreii in -i. joseph, Uliulig road, Elsternwick. tb.-iicc lo Cheltenham Lemcter.v, arriilng 20
uui'iiles to 3 o'cl.Kk.
Ii U HOEI.DS, Funeral Director", 291 Glenhuntly road. F.'tlemw-ick. Tlione X4MÏ1. _ SUNDERLAND. - The Friends of the late JANE CRAWFORD SUNDERLAND are respectfully informed that her remains win be interred in the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave her late residence, Ringwood street, Ringwood, THIS DAY (Monday), at 1.30 pm.
A. W. PADBURY and Co., Funeral Directors. Kew, Hawthom, and Box Hill. Phones - Haw. 31. ????: Box Hill 14?
SMART.-Tile Friends of Mr. LESLIE GEORGE
SMART are icspectluliy informed that the remains of his dearlv loved wife. FTorence Ethel, will be inteired in the Fawkner Cemeter).
' The funeial u apiiolnted to moie from his resl. dence, No. 97 Canteihury road, Middle Park, THIS DAY (Monda), 31st October, 1927), at L30 p.m.
II. MCKENZIE, Undertaker, South and Port Mel- bourne. 'Phone Cent, 1928.
STEWARI. - 'lho Friends of .Mrs. ASÑÍB
hTEWART aro respectfully informed tliat tho remains of her beloved son, lteginnld John, will lui Interred in tho New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawk-
The funeral will leave John Allison's Pat lours. 94 Mctorla slrccl. iltüimand, lill» DAY (Monday, 31st October,-1937), at 11 o'clock a.m.
' JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker. Head Ofllce: Richmond (tels. J1003 and J3419). Branch Tele phones; Ilmnswlck 595. Central 20-'IS. mid FU7022
VIRGONA--Tlie Friends of the late Mr. ANGILO
V1RGOXA are informed that his, funeral will leave- St. Monica R.C. Church, Mount Alexander load. Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Monday), at 10.30 'CiW for the Fawkner Cemetery.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funeral Director. HOO Mount Alexander road. Moonee Ponds (Fl'uTil): North Jblbournc (F1751); Brunswick S39i Win. 4074.
fWrALTERS.-The Friends of Mr. CHARLES
"' WALTERS aro irspectfiilly Informed that the iriruln« of lils dearlv Moved ton. William OeorRC, »ill be intcired In the New Melbourne General | Cemetery^ Fawknei.
' The funeral w11! leave lils residence, 7 Linda
slre.it, Coburg, 1IIIS DAY (Monday, 31ft October),
at 2 o'clock.
WHITING.-Friends of üio Me Mr. AUTHUR »" IL WHITING ore respectfully Invited to foilovv bis remains to the Flo.v Hill Cemetery.
Tlie funeral is appointed to leave his residence. 12S Johnston street, Fitzrov, TniS MORNING .(.Monday, 31st October), at 10.30 a.m.
r/ICHY-WOlNARSKI. - The friends of Mr. and '4 CASIMIR ZICHY-WniSARSKI are informed thal, tlie remains of their beloved only child, Vlctoi J. (Mer, will be Interred in the Briglitpu Como
TjTTie funeral is appointed to move from W. G. Apt« utul Sou's Chapel, 393 High street, St. Kilda. 11IH DAY (Monday, 31st October), at 3
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