"I remember my mother using Vel- vet for all washing purposes, as it always made the clothes whiter and produced a. better lather, and in ad- dition it always left her hand soft, instead of being rough and tender'. Naturally when I married, I ordered Velvet on my first grocer's list, as I knew there was no other soap to equal it. When washing over linos, I find Velvet leaves quite a non-slippery gloss: and for scrubbing, scouring, and polishing all kitchen articles, including crockery and woodwork, I find it indispensable."
From Mrs. WOODRUFF,
7 Mervlllo Stroet, East Malvern.
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GUINEY.-On the 14th October, at Tongala
Hospital, to Mr. And Mrs. G. V. Guiney - a daughter (Bernice Mary).
KING.-On the 14th October, at Iona, East Mel-
bourne, to Mr. and Mrs. P. T. King - a son.
JOHNSON-LUMMAS.-On the 15th September, at
the Methodist Church, Marlborough, by the Rev. Williams, James Henry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Johnson, Belgrave, to Lillian Thelma, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lummas, Cobram. (Present address, High street, Avoca.)
BEACH.-On the 15th October, at Ballendella, via
Rochester, Charles William (Rex), the dear baby son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beach, aged 6 months.
Our little treasure.
BEVERIDGE.-On the 15th October, at his resi-
dence, 71 McPherson street, Horsham, Robert E., Beveridge, dearly beloved husband of Emeline and loving father of Jean, Alan (Echuca), Madge, Harold, and Dorothy, aged 68 years.
BROWN.-On the 14th October, at the Children's
Hospital, John Maxwell, dearly beloved youngest son of W. P. and L. R. Brown (Northcote South), and dearly loved brother of Don, Hetty, Esme, Roy and Bill.
COLLAS.-On the 17th October, at the residence
of her son-in-law (Mr. T. P. Smith), 13 East street, Ballarat East, Catherine, widow of the late Edmund Collas (late of Buninyong), and loving mother of Bartholomew, Ellen (Mrs. T. F. Smith), Sister M. Stanislans (Convent of Mercy, Mudgee, N.S.W.), Laura (Mrs. S. O'Loughlin), and May (Mrs. Richards), aged 84 jears.
Rest in peace.
COXHEAD.-On the 16th October, at the Mel-
bourne Hospital, Ruby May, the dearly loved wife of Eric James Coxhead, 582 Barkly street, Footscray, loving mother of Joyce and Jim, aged
33 [?] years.
DAY (nee Melba Alberta Wright).-On the 14th
October, at Adelaide, Melba Alberta, dearly loved wife of Charles William Day, and loved daugh ter of Mary Ann and the late W. G. Wright, loved sister of Hannah (Mrs. Shaw), Willie, Tom, Ethel (Mrs. Peters), and Dora, aged 38
DELBRIDGE. - On the 17th October, 1928, at
Geelong, Joan, beloved eldest daughter of Headley and Violet Delbrldge. and loving sister of Maxwell and Nanco, aged 3 years.
DODDS.-On the 17th October, at Wynoona, Lansell
road, Toorak, James Henry, beloved husband of Lucy H. Dodds, loving father of James Winter, and eldest son of the late Henry Dodds.
FAIR.-On the 16th October, Lilian Ursula, loved
wife of Roger Fair, Sydney, aged 27 years. (Private interment.)
FAIR.-On the 16th October, Lilian Ursula, dearly
loved daughter of William and Tessa Buck, Holy rood street, Hampton, and sister of Constance, Elsie, Leonard, and Norman Buck.
Underneath are the Everlasting Arms.
FAIR.-On the 10th October, Lilian Ursula, be-
loved sister of Vera and Edgar Burridge, auntie of Pat and Vera.
FAIR.-On the 16th October, Lilian Ursula, dearly
loved sister of William W. and Olive Buck.
GILLESPIE.-On the 16th October, at his resi-
dence, 35 Finsbury street, Flemington, Alexan der Gillespie, deaily beloved husband of Lilian.
GOW.-On the 17th October, at private hospital,
Northcote, Elsie, dearly beloved wife of Albert Gow, of 42 Albert crescent, Fairfield.
GRIFFITHS.-On the 16th October (result of acci-
dent), William John (Winger) Griffiths, of 2 Victoria street, Elsternwick, dearly beloved only son of the late John William and Florence Hannah Griffiths, and loving brother of Mrs. W. Quince, Mrs. J. Mackenzie, Mrs. W. Cripps, Florrie, and the late Maggie and Gertrude, aged 49 years.
In the midst of life we are in death.
HUGHES.-On the 30th September, at her late
residence, 600 Howard street, Ballarat, Emma Hughes, lovlng widow of the late William Hughes (coachbuilder), and loving mother of Henry, Benjamin, Mary, and Fannie.
JOHNSTONE. - On the 17th October (after an
operation), at the Alfred Hospital, Samuel Verner Johnstone, late of Clifton Hill, aged 60 years. Mourned by a large circle of friends.
Peace, perfect peace.
LEATCH.-On the 16th October, 1928, at her resi-
dence, 33 Melrose streit, North Melbourne, Emma, beloved wife of Thomas Leatch, loving mother of Tom, Ciss (deceased), William, Alfred,
Emily (Mrs. O'Callaghan), Percy, and Ernest, loving grandmother of Alfred (deceased), Joseph. Adellne, William, Reginald. Muriel, Stanley, Norman, and Ronald, aged 79 years (a colonist of 79 years).
LEWIS.-On the 17th October, 1928, at his resi-
dence, 99 Highfield road, Canterbury, Thomas, the dearly loved husband of Hannah Elizabeth Lewis, loving father of Muriel and Bessie.
MACKAY (nee Harvey).-On the 17th October, at
the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. R. Beasley), Birregurra, Eliza, dearly loved wife of the late John Mackay, and loving mother of Sarah (Mrs. T. Spark, deceased), James, John, Eliza (Mrs. R. Beasley), Whelamenia (Mrs. T. Henry), Alexander, Hannah (Mrs. E. Hawkey), Henry, Norman, Robert, and Stanley, aged 71 years.
Rest, sweet rest.
MACKENZIE.-On the 17th October, at her resi
d»nce. Hadden, 35 Northcote road, Armadale, Mary T., widow of D. K. Mackenzie and loving and devoted mother of Robert, Mattee (Mrs. G. H. Watson, Corowa, N.S.W.), and Mabel, and loving grandma of Jean and Enid Watson, aged 74 years.
A life's devotion to others now ended.
MACKIE. - On the 11th October, at her residence,
Jackson street, Lottie, beloved wife of Charles Mackie, inspector, Casterton, in her 45th year.
MAKIN.-On the 14th October, at Melbourne
Hospital, the beloved wife of Joseph Makin, and loving mother of Harold, aged 44 years.
McKINNON.-On the 16th October, at 7S Union
street, Malvern, Ethel McKinnon, mother of Lorna, Donald, Lauchlan, Ethel, Alma, and
wife of the late Charles McKinnon. (Pri- vately interred. Burwood Cemetery, 17th Octo-
Dearly loved and sadly missed.
MILROY.-On the 17th October, Rebecca May,
loved wife of James Milroy, of Lemnos, near Shepparton, and mother of Jack, Patricia, and
Peggy. (Private interment.) MILROY.-On the 17lh October, Rebecca May,
loved wife of James Milroy, and beloved only daughter of C. H. A. Davies, of National Bank, Malvern, and the late Rebecca Davies (nee
O'LEARY.-On the 17th October, at her late
residence, 107 Moor street, Fitzroy, Margaret O'Leary, relict of the late Cornelius O'Leary, dearly loved mother of Thomas (deceased), Bridget (Mrs. Jeffrey, deceased), Mary (Mrs. O'Connell, deceased), Cornelius (deceased),
James (deceased), Margaret (Mrs. Curtis, South Yarra), John (Fitzroy), Ted (deceased), Nora
(deceased), William (deceased), Kate (Fitzroy), William, Laurance (deceased), Elizabeth (Mrs.
Schewetje, Windsor), loved mother-in-law of Elena (late of Clunes), aged 92 years and 9 months. Colonist of 81 years.
Requiescat in pace.
PAYNE.-On the 17th October, at a private hos
pltal, Kew, Sylda, dearly beloved wife of Percy William Payne, 17 Duke street, Kew, devoted mother of Beryl and Billie, only daughter of the late Henry and Mary Norton.
Peace, perfect peace.
PAYNE (nee Norton).-On the 17th October, at
private hospital, Kew, Sylda, the dearly loved daughter of the late Harry and Mary Norton, and foster-sister of A. Self and Mrs. J. H. Wool
The peace of God.
PHAIR.-On the 17th October, at his parents'
residence, 116 Creswick street, Footscray, Wil- liam Gerard, the dearly loved youngest child ot William and Ruby Phair, aged one year and
PURCELL.-On the 13th October, at his sister's
(Mrs. W. Maxwell) residence, Ancona, Frank, aged 59 years.
Dearly loved, sadly missed.
SCHOFIELD.-On the 16th October, 10928, at her
residence, 11 Albert street, Surrey Hills, Agnes McGeogh, relict of the late Joseph Schofield, late of Footscray, beioved mother of Mary S.
SISSON.-On the 16th October, at the Austin Hos
pital, passed peacefully away, Alfred Samuel, the dearly beloved husband of Florence Sisson, of 89 Disraeli street, Kew. loving father of Joyce and Robert, son of Jane, and the late Samuel Sisson, brother of Ethel (Mrs. Thomas), and David (Kew), late of Ballarat.
Rest after weariness.
SMITH.-On the 16th October, 1928, Marcie, be-
loved wife of John Alfred Smith, and loving mother of Jean, late of Werribee and Drysdale.
SNEDDON.-On the 17th October, 1928, at her
residence, Brae Mar, No. 18 Suffolk road, Surrey Hills. Jane, daughter of the late James and Jane Sneddon, formerly of Bendigo, and beloved sister of James, Isabella, and William.
Rest for evermore.
SNEDDON.-On the 17th October, 1928, at her residence, Brae Mar, 18 Suffolk road, Surrey Hills, Jane, the loved sister of William and Mary Sneddon, and loving aunt of James, John,
Norman, Alan, Jean, Isobel, and Douglas.
She hath done what she could.
STEELE. - On the 14th October, at his residence,
10 Rosamond street, East St. Kilda, Adam, dearly beloved husband of Mina Steele, and father of Alan and Addle, brother of Jim and Beila (Mrs. Peter Christie). (Interred Tuesday,
STEELE. - On the 17th October, 1928, at the
Alfred Hospital, Alexander, the dearly loved husband of Margaret Catherine Steele, of Baar- mutha, 41 Bryson street, Canterbury, and loved father of Maud (Mrs. R. Hanson), Maggie, and Lex (Mrs. O. C. Phillips), aged 72 years, late of
WHITTEN.-On the 16th October, 1928, at his
residence, 40 Gertrude street, Geelong West, Arthur Cole, the dearly loved husband of Lydia Whitten, and devoted father of Kate (Mrs. F. Bent), Edwin, Hilda (Mrs. H. Sayers), and Bertha (Mrs. N. Bonney), and son of the late E. T. and Mrs. Whitten, of Ballarat, aged 74 years.
YEWERS.-On the 17th October (suddenly), at 96
Church street, Hawthorn, Henry Lawson (Harry), deariy beloved husband of Flo and father of
YEWERS.-On the 17th October (suddenly), at 96
Church street, Hawthorn, Henry Lawson (Harry), beloved only son of Mr. Yewers and late J. H. Yewers, beloved brother ol Lily, Mabel (Mrs. Trengove), and Verlie (deceased).
BATES.-In sad but loving memory of rov dear
youngest daughter, Maude, dear sister of Nell, Dor », and Crace, who passed into a higher life on the ISth October, 1937, aged 17 jean
-(Inserted by her loving father and wife, Elite, and sister«. Nell, Doris, Crace.)
DAVIDSON.-In lol ins memory of roy dear bus
band, who passed away on the ISUi October,
1K6, at bl. Kilda.
Treasured memories of one so dear Are oft recalled by a silent tear;
Dearer to memory Ulan words can tell
J« the husband I lost and loved so'well. -(Inserted by lils loving wife Marla.)
DAVIDSON.-In loving memory of my dear father,
who passed away on the ISth October, IMC.
A tender chord of memory
Is softly touched to-dav;
Lo,\!"» thought« of you, dear father, , «ill never fade away.
-(Inserted by hi« loving son and sister-in-law,
Henry and Olive.)
HOMES.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
«bo passed away ISth October, IMG.
So dearly loved, mother minc.
-(Inserted by daughter and 6on-in-law, Trafal-
MACDONALD. - In loving memory of my dear
mother, who died 11th Juno, 1925; also my dear father, who died 18tb October, 1927: also their dear grandson. Tony (A.J.A.) ilacDonald, who died at Ouvcn of pneumonia on the 6th Sop
. tejnbcr, 192S.
Cod's greatest gift-sweet memories.
Dead, did you say» Nay. only heaven sped,
.Tuht Fafe in Cod's home port,
Walting on Cod'» wide shoreline
The coming of life's \cssels. -(Yours and minc. Ethel.)
MCCOLL.-In loving memory of Coulson Stewart
McColl (Barney), late 13th Field Ambulance, A.I.F., who passed'away suddenly, October IS, 1927, at his parents' resuTcncc, Lowan, 81 Vic loria crescent, Mont Albert, Into of Prince'» Hill. (Inserted by his loving parents and bro-
McCOLL-In memory of Goulson, who passed
away on the 18th October at his home, Lowan,
MOORE-In loving memory of my beloved wlfo
and our dear mother. Stella Maud, who died on tho ISth October, 1927. (inserted by Walter, Claudine, and Evelyn.)
MORROW.-In loving memory of my dear mother,
who passed away on the 18th October, 1927. (Inserted by her loving son, Charlie, and daugh- ter-in-law, Maggie, and grandchildren.)
NAYLOR.-A tribute of love and remembrance to
my dear husband, J. G. Naylor, who died Octo- ber l8, 1925.
NAYLOR.-In loving memory of our dear father,
Joshua 0. Naylor, who died October IS, 1923; also our dear mother. Elizabeth Naylor, who died Jane 21, 1901.
Ever remembered. -(Inserted by Edith and Amy.)
ROSS.-lu loving memory of my beloved husband
and our dear father, who died on October IS, 191S; also my dear son and our brother, who died on active service in France on December 20, 1916. (Inserted by his loving wife and fam- ily, Craigielea, Strezlecki.)
SMITH.-In loving memory of our dear father,
George Thomas Smith, late of Wedderburn, who ' passed away on 18th October, 1927, at Moonee
Ponds. (Inserted by his sou and daughters. Margaret, Maisie, and Allon.)
STEWART.-In sa,d and loving memory of FrcdO'
ilrk, dearly loved eldest 6on of George and Alice Stewart, loving brother of George, Nellie, Jean, and Will, died Chicago (U.S.A.), on OctO' her IS, 191S.
Though >ears may pass,
Sweet memory clings._^^
GtODFREY. - The Kamilv of the late Mrs. Ti.
T GODFREY, late of Ho) ii Faxon Hotel, Jtlch mond, desire to THANK their many kind friends: anil relatives for the great kindness shown to them in the loss of their deir mother. Will all accept this os n personal acknowledgment of their deepest gratitude._^^
COXHEAD.-The Friends of Mr. ERIC JAMES
COXHEAD, 5S2 Barkly street, Footscray, are respectfully invited to tollow the remains of his dearlv loved wife, Ruby May, to the place of interment, the Footscray Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from her Çarcnt's residence, 33 Eldridge street, Footscray, HIS PAY (Thursday. October IS), at 2 o'clock.
WALTER A. WARNE. Undertaker, 291 Barkly street. Footscray; and 259 High 6trcot, Treston.
Tel. 9 F'seray.
DAY' (nee Melba Alberta Wright).-The Friends
of Mr. CHAJILKS WILLIAM DAY aro re-
spectfully informed that the remains of his dearly loved wife will bo Interred In the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner. The funeral will leave ber brother's (Mr. Thomas Wright) residence, 3S4 Brunswick street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Thursday, the 18th October), at 10.50 n.m.
' W. O. APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors. Jilla (2 lines).
DODDS.-'the Friend« i-f Hie late JAMES
HENRY DODDS (managing director of How- son Bros, and Co. Pty. Ltd., engineers. South Melbourne) are informed that Ms remains will be cremated at the Melbourne Crématorium, Fawkner, THIS DAY (Thursday, the 18th October), after a service conducted in the crematorium chapel by the Rev. Dr. A. Law, at 3.30 p.m.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Cent. 410.
GILLESPIE. - Friends of the late Mr.
ALEXANDER GILLESPIE are informed that his remains will be interred in the Necropolis, Springvale. The funeral will leave his residence, 35 Finsbury street, Newmarket, THIS MORNING (Thursday, ISth October), at 10.30 o'clock.
B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Toorak road, South Yarra; and at Caulfield._
GOW.-The Friends of Mr. ALBERT GOW are
notified that the funeral of his dearly beloved wife will leave his residence, 43 Park crescent, Fairfield, THIS DAY (Thursday, ISth October), at 3 p.m., for Interment in the Heidelberg
GR1FFITHS.-TI10 funeral of the late
WILLIAM JOHN (WINGER) GRIFFITHS, of Elsternwick, will arrive at the Brighton Ceme- tery at 4.15 p.m. THIS DAY (Thursday, October
A. A. SLEIGHT PT*". LTD., Brighton. Tel.
JOHNSTONE.-The funeral of the late SAMUEL
V. JOHNSTONE will arrive at the Melbourne General Cemetery, THIS DAY (Thursday), at a quarter to 4 o'clock.
LBATCH. - The Friends of Mr. THOMAS
LEATCH are informed that the funeral of lils beloved wife, Emma, will leave his residence. 13 Melrose street. North Melbourne, THIS DAY (Thursday) at 4 o'clock, for tile Melbourne Coi tcrj. Carltou.
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funeral Directors, Errol street. North Melbourne. F1751.
LEE.-The Friends of the late Mrs. CHlUsll.W V
LEE (formerly of Church street, Richmoud) arc informed that her reuuhiB will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The fnneiul will leave the Spencer street station on arrival of the Adelaide osprey, THIS DAY OhurMlav, loth October), at 9.W) a.m., and wiU arrive .it the cemetery about 10 a.m.
IIKItilEIU KING and SONS, Undertakers, Len no\ strtt t. Richmond 'Phono .I31G2._ T LAWS- n lends of the late Mr. 1HOVUS -L* LI.VMS are respectfully invited to follow bis i lui tins to the Wangaratta Cometer}-.
The funeral is appointed to leave the Wanga ratti railway station ou Friday, 19th October, on arrival ol train from Melbourne at 12.5 p.m.
HENRY J. II. LEWIS, Undertaker, 151 Johnston street, Fitzroy; 217 High street, Northcote. 'Phone J10u« _ MACKAY.-The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA
MACKAY are requested to note that her ro- mains will he laid to ret in the Prcsbyterian portion of the Highton Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her son-ln-Law's residence, Birregurra, To morrow (Friday, 19lh October), at
GEORGE JAMES Undertaker. Colac 52.
O'LEARY. - The Trieuds of the late Mrs.
MARGARET O'LEARY are respectfully in- formed tliat her remalnB will bo Interred in the Melbourne Cemetery, Carlton. The funeral will leave ber residence. 167 Moor street, Fitzroy. TIUS DAY (Thursdiy, the 18th October), at 2.30
PAÏSE.-The Friends of Mr. PERCY r\Y.VE
aro Informed that the funeral of his beloved wife, R.vlda Mary Victoria, will leave lils rc-,1 denrc. 17 Duke stteel. Kew, To morrow (Friday),
at 230 fot the Fuwkner Cemetery. I
JOSEPH ALLISON, Funeral ülrettoi, Erroll
street, North Melbourne. 1TÏC1,
SCHOFIELD.-The Friends of the late Mrs.
AGNES McGEOon SCHOFIELD aro Informed that her funeral will leave ber late residence, 11 Albert street, Surrey Hills, THIS DAY (Thurn day) at U o'clock, arriving at Footscray Ceme- tery at 11.45 a.m.
JOSEPH ALLISON. Funeral Director«, 500 Mt. Alexander road, Moonee Pond». FU5-I51.
SISSON.-The Friends of the late Mr. ALFRED
SAMUEL SISSON are respectfully informed .that his remains will be Interred ln the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence, 89 Disraeli street. Kew, THIS DAY (Thursday, ISth October), at 2.30 p.m.
SXEDDON.-The Trlcnds of the'late Miss JANE
SNEDDOX are Invited to follow her remains to the Boroondara Cemetery, Ke1
The funeral will leave her late residence. Brae Mar, IS Suffolk road, Surrey Hills-, THIS DAY (Thursday, October l8), at 3.30 p.m.
*" "." ' " ' ' 'Phones
STEELE. - The Friends of the late Mr.
ALEXANDER STEELE are invited to follow his remains to the Burwood Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, Baar- mutha, 41 Bryson street, Canterbury, THIS DAY (Thursday, 18th October, 1928, at 3 o'clock.
LE PINE and SON, Tuncral Directors. 'Phones J1441, Haw. 813.
informed that his funeral will leave his residence, 1 Little Victoria street. Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Thursday, the ISth October), at 3 p.m., the Coburg Cemetery.
WHITTEN. - I"1-« friend« of the Isle
»' ARTHUR COLE WHITTEN aro respectfully informed that his remains will be Interred in the New General Cemetery, Geelong.
Hie funeral is appointed to leave his residence, ,40 Gertrude Rlreot, Geelong West, IMS D\Y ((Thursday, the ISth October, 1928), at 2 p.m.
ALEX. MONRO. Funeral Diicctor, 2t Ryrie ¡street. Geelong. 'Pilone 13S6._ YEWERS.-The Friends of the late Mr. HENRY
LAWSON YEWERS are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Footscray Cemetery.
The funeral will move from 96 Church street, Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Thursday, 18th October), at 2pm