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BIRTHS.

BETHERAS.— On the 16th May, at Corbethon, to

Mr. and Mrs. A Noel Betheras—a daughter        

(Innes June).  

BOWE (nee Munro ).— On the 25th April, at 4  

South street, South Preston, to Mr. and Mrs.         J. W. Bowe—a son (Kenneth Munro).    

BRERETON (nee Cunningham).— On the 5th May,      

at Lynton private hospital, Rodborough avenue,              

North Sydney, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. (Les)       Brereton—a son (Peter David).      

BYLES (nee Edith Cowie).— On the 9th May, at  

Quisisana private hospital, Windor, to Mr.           and Mrs. Clyde Byles, of 5 Alexandra street,       East St. Kilda—a daughter (Loris Margaret).

CAMM.— On the 10th May, at Cooinda private hos-       pital, Neutral Bay, Sydney, to Mr. and Mrs.    

H. E. Camm, of Weather Bureau, Sydney—a    

son (Donald Eustace).    

CASTLE (nee Gertrude Marriott).— On the 8th        

May, at St. Albans private hospital, Oakleigh,        

to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Castle, Tottenham, Clarinda   road, Clarinda—a son (Arthur Howard).    

CODLIN (nee Vivian Blanton).— On the 13th May,          

1930, at Hopetoun hospital, Elsternwick, to           Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Codlin— a son (Leopold      

Frank).

CURTIN (nee Stevens).— On the 2nd May, at pri-            

vate hospital, Foster, to Mr. and Mrs. David       Curtin, Fish Creek, South Gippsland— a son  

(David Gilmour.)    

CURTIS (nee Gladys Rankin).— On 22nd March,  

to Mr. and Mrs. B. Curtis, of Barnett street, Avoca—a daughter (Laurel).    

DENMAN.— On the 10th May at Lemnos private

hospital, Benalla, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Denman, Braeside, Benalla—a son (Harold James).    

GUILFOYLE (nee Catherine Carroll).— On the

11th May, at Lallaween private hospital, Dim-   boola, to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Guilfoyle—a son   (Geoffrey Scallan).  

GRAY (nee Jean Moncrieff).— On the 1st March,  

to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gray—a daughter (Kath-

leen Jean).  

GREAVES.— On the 15th May, at Mosgiel private  

hospital, Surrey Hills, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Greaves, jun., Caldermeade—a son.    

HAINES (nee McCabe).— On the 3rd May, at  

Sister Mibus's private hospital, Dimboola, to     Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Haines - a daughter (Daisy

Mary).

HALL (nee Gladys Page).— On the 18th April, at

Carbethon, East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall, Malvern avenue, South Camberwell —a  

daughter.    

HOCKEY (nee Dorothy Stanton).— On the 9th

May, to Mr. and Mrs. Hockey, at Nooralle pri-

vate hospital Ormond - a son.

HURLSTONE.— On the 15th May, at Quisisana,

Dandenong road, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred  

Hurlstone - a son.

IRELAND (nee Amy Hollier).— On the 3rd April,

at Cooinda, Warragul, to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ireland, of Yarragon - a daughter (Thelma

Grace.)  

JOHNSTON (nee Florence Barwell).— On the 13th

May, at Henty private hospital, Caulfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Johnston, Philatelia, 3   Webb street, Caulfield - a daughter.

KILBY (Christine Swann).— On the 29th April,

at Ayton private hospital, Camberwell, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kilby, of 86 Roseberry street, Hawthorn East - a son (John Francis).

KLEMKE (nee Flo Currie).— On the 14th May,

to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Klemke, 3 Black street, Essendon - a daughter (June Eve).

LITTLE (nee Amy Andrews).— On the 14th May,

at St. Helen's, 1 Lewisham road, Windsor, to       Dr. and Mrs. John Little - a daughter.

McADAM (nee Kilpatrick).— On the 26th April, to    

Mr. and Mrs. McAdam - a son.

MILLER (nee Edna Myers).— On the 10th May, at

Hopetoun hospital, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Miller - a son (John Osmund).

MINOGUE (nee Eileen Byrne).— On the 9th May,  

at Cambrai private hospital, Alma road, East St. Kilda, to the wife of J. H. Minogue, Ailsa   avenue, East Malvern - a son.

MONK.— On the 8th May, 1930, at St George s  

hospital, Cotham Rd, Kew, to Mr & Mrs     J C Monk, 41 Campbell street, East Kew,

a son.

MORGON (nee Kennedy).— On the 13th April, at

private hospital, Rushworth, to Mr. and Mrs.     M. W. Morgan, Carniola, Phillip street, Rush-  

worth—a son (David Morris).  

MOSS.— On the 26th April, the wife of H. J. Moss,

Culcairn (N.S.W.)—a son.      

PAVARNO.— On the 10th May, at Henty private

hospital, Caulfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford     Pavarno—a daughter (Margaret Anne).    

PEACOCK.— On the 10th May, to Dr. and Mrs. W.

K. Peacock, of Victoria Park, Perth, W.A. — a    

daughter.  

PRICE.— On the 14th May, at St. Alban's private

hospital, Oakleigh, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Price — a son.

ROFF (nee Kellow).— On the 27th April at Nurse

Leeman's private hospital, Glenlyon road, East       Brunswick, to Mr. and Mrs. Roff— a daughter       (Gwennyth Kellow). (Both well.)          

SERISIER.— On the 14th May at Uxbridge House,

to Lieutenant and Mrs. E. B. Serisier — a       daughter ( Annie Margaret).    

SOUTHBY.— On the 13th May, at Windermere pri-

vate hospital, the wife of Dr. Robert Southby—  

a daughter.  

WILSON (nee Dolly Pullman).— On the 11th May,  

to Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, Arthur avenue,

Brighton— a son.

YATES.— On the 29th April, at Madeline private  

hospital, Parkville, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. S.     Yates, Holtom street, Prince's Hill— a daugh-    

ter (Judith).      

MARRIAGES.

AFFLECK—HORNE.— On the 23rd April, at Holy

Trinity Church, Kew, by the Rev. Canon Sut- ton, Gilbert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.     Affleck, Kew to Floracita Isobel, second daugh-       ter of Hon. Mrs. Lienetta Horne and late David         Horne, of Scotland.  

ARNOTT—ANDERSON.— On the 5th April, at

Scots Church, Collins street, Melbourne, by     the Rev. Dr. Borland, Violet Doris, second   daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson, Yacka- toon, Cowes, Phillip Island, to Lindsay Cameron,       eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Arnott, post-office,         Maryborugh (V.) (Present address, Bondi,   Sydney.)  

BLACKMAN—GILSENAN.— On the 21st April, by

the Rev. W. Storrs, at St. John's Church of   England, Heidelberg, Herbert H., second son

of Mr. and Mrs. Blackman, Osborne avenue, East Malvern, to Ruth (Sister) daughter of       Mrs. and the late Richard Gilsenan, late of Rosebank, Eltham.    

COPPOCK—DATE.— On the 17th April at Essen-

don, William J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.         Coppock, of Mandurang, to Dulcie L, youngest       daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Date, of   6 Cooke street, Glenbervie.  

DEPPELER—HUTCHISON.— On the 3rd April,  

1930, at St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, by the   Precentor, Rev. Richard Sherwood, Jack Dep-     peler, of Degerfelden, Switzerland, and Beech         Forest, Victoria, to Nellie Maude, widow of the late E. W. Hutchison, Esq., of Narracoorte,     South Australia, and Wyoming, Croydon, Vic-     toria. (South Australian papers please copy.)    

DONOVAN— RODDA.— On the 24th December,

1929, at Dorcas street, Presbyterian Church, South       Melbourne, by the Rev. Hugh A. Buntine, James   Brackelmann, only son of the late Frank and   Netta Donovan, of Williamstown, to Mary (Lex),       eldest daughter the late Edward John Rodda,  

of Maldon, and Mrs. James Daly-Fraser, of    

Perth.

FAULL— RUSSELL.— On the 12th April, 1930, at

Christ Church, Ormond, by the Rev. W. R.   Cooling, Harry W., eldest s0n of Mr. and Mrs.   J. Faull, Dimboola, to Adelaide Alice, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Esmond Russell,     Wheatley road, Ormond.    

FISHER— TROMPF.— On the 5th April, at the

Glendearg grove, Methodist Church, Malvern, by   the Rev. H. A. Overend, Frank, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fisher, of Hull, England, to Madge F., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. C.   Trompf, of Pental road, Caulfield.    

HANNA—GIRLING.— On the 5th May, at Holy

Trinity, Hampton, Francis Henry, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. H. Hanna, to Evelyn, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Girling, Hampton.

HETHERINGTON-JONES—BROMFIELD.— On  

the 30th April, 1930, by the Rev. C. G. Brazier,     at St. Stephen's Church of England, North road,   Brighton, Hilda M., of Laceby, South Wangaratta,     third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bromfield,      

Howlong, N.S.W., to Cyril, only son of Mr.       and Mrs. S. G. Hetherington-Jones, of Liver-     pool, England.    

HEGGIE—LESH.— On the 6th February, at St.

Stephen's, Gardenvale, by the Rev. Brazier,   Arthur, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Heggie, Mel-     bourne, to Grace Gwendoline, daughter of Mrs.   and the late Mr. G. W. Lesh, Melbourne. (Pre- sent address, Karooalo street, Hampton.)    

HINDHAUGH—OMAN.— On the 16th April, 1930,  

at the Presbyterian Church, Derrinallum, by       Rev. A. McMeekin, William Jacob, eldest son

of Mr. W. N. Hindhaugh, Camperdown, to Isla       Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Oman, Oomoo, Derrinallum.

HOOPER— EDWARDS.— On the 12th April, at Scots Church, Heidelberg, Victora, by the Rev.                

D. S. Jones, Claude, second son of Mr. and Mrs.     R. J. Hooper, of Port Pirie, South Australia,

to Ruth, third daughter of Mrs. H. Frost, of   Cockatoo, Victoria.  

HOWLETT— BUCHANAN.— On the 19th April, at

the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.               C. A. Smith, B.A., Hugh B. Howlett, B. Sc.,    

youngest son of Mrs. Howlett, and the late Henry   Howlett, of Bairnsdale to Alice Maude, younger       daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Buchanan, Elgin,    

Oak grove, East Malvern. (Present address, 157           Manning road, East Malvern.)    

MOATE—WRIGHT.— On the 12th April, at   

the North Carlton Presbyterian Church, by Rev.              

A. G. Roy, Hector Albert, eldest son of Mr.  

and Mrs. W. L. Moate, Ivanhoe parade, Ivanhoe,       to Ivy Myrtle, youngest daughter of Mr. and   Mrs. A. Wright, Princes street, North Carlton.    

MUIR—KLEINE.— On the 12th April, at All Saints' Church of England, Darling, by the Rev.      

[????????], William, only son of Mrs. Muir, of   Hampton, and the late John Muir, to Doretta          

Margaret, Youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Kleine,     of East Malvern, and the late Thomas Kleine.  

MYERS—ROBERTSON.— On the 26th, March, 1930,     at Scots Church, Melbourne, Donald McPherson,               son of Mrs. J. Myers, Monte Ville, Ballan, to  

[??da] Meredith, only daughter of E. C. Robert-    

son, park street, Moonee Ponds, (Present Address, Kooloonong P.O.) O'DONNELL— COWELL.— On the 19th April, at Scots Church, Ballarat, by the Rev. E. J. Welch, Ernest, third son of Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell,

of Rushworth, to Elizabeth Victoria, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cowell, of [??????].

PAPPADAKIS—RYAN.— On the 19th April, at St. Ambrose R.C. Church, Brunswick, by the Rev.

?. McCarthy, Leo, only son of the late Mr. and   Mrs. Panai Pappadakis, of Parnacese, North Brunswick, to Eileen Veronica, eldest daughter of Mrs. E. Ryan and the Mr. F. Ryan, of ???? street, Brunswick. (Present address, Kingswood, S.A.)

PICKERING—SCOTT.— On the 22nd February, 1930, at St. John's Presbyterian Church, Essendon,

by the Rev. W. H. Waters, B.A., Edmund, elder son of Mrs. Pickering and the late Thomas Picker- ing, Banyan street, Warrnambool, to Ada, young- est daughter of Mrs. Scott and the late Robert Scott, ??????, Buckley street, Essendon. (Present address Moolap.)

MARRIAGES.

PORTEUS—HENDERSON.— On the 23rd April, at

Edith Creek Hall, by the Rev. E. Johnson,   Richard Achesoa, the second son of Councillor W. A. Porteus, J.P., and Mrs. Porteus, to Mattie  

Robina, the younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  

M. A. J. Henderson, both of Edith Creek. (Pre-

sent adress, Edith Creek, N.W. Coast, Tas-  

mania.)     PRITCHETT—MERLO.— On the 22nd March, at

the Presbyterian Church, Maffra, by the Rev.   C. E. Hipwell, Harry Fredrick, second son of  

Mr. and Mrs. Pritchett, of Morwell, to Ada,    

second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Merlo, of  

Na Vale, Maffra.    

ROBERT—ROSS.— On the 18th March, 1930, at

the Presbyterian Church, Denbigh road, Arma- dale, by the Rev. D. Millar, Owen Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Roberts, of Hoddle   Range, Victoria, to Effie Catherine, daughter of the late Wm. Ross, and Mrs. Ross, of Malvern   road, Malvern.   ROGERS—CAUDWELL.— On the 21st December,    

1929, at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church,   Caulfield, by the Rev. Hugh M. Burns. B.D.,       Alexander John, son of Mr. Edwin and the late   Mrs. Rogers, of Beauford, and Coburg, to Eileen  

Freda, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Caud-

well, 37 Rosemont avenue, Caulfield.  

SMITH—McCAULEY.— On the 29th March, 1930, at  

Congregational Church, Williamstown, by the       Rev. G. Muller, Nelson, third son of Mr. and  

Mrs. M. Smith, of Footscray, to May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. McCauley, of Williamstown. (Present address, corner Woods  

and Roslyn streets, Newport.)   STENT—McARTHUR.— On the 19th April, at the

Presbyterian Church, Kew, by the Rev. J.   Legge, B. A., Walter, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Stent, 99 Peel street, Kew, to Mary Wil- kinson, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. McArthur, 56 Packington street, Kew.

WEST—FIGGIS. — [Silver Wedding.] —On the

17th May, 1905, at Rosedale, St. Kilda, by the Rev. E. Orlando Knee, Sarah Constance (Tissie), the second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. .J. Figgis, Colonial Bank, Echuca, to William Robert, elder son of the late John and Mrs West, Grotuk Park, Melton. (Present address, Ruthven Mansions,

Adelaide.)

WILD—GREEN.— On the 12th April, at St. John's

Church of England, New Town, Hobart, by the Rev. C. H. Corvan, Leslie, second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wild, Ivanhoe, to Ilma Cunliffe   Green, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Green, Regent.

DEATHS.

ANGUS.— On the 15th May, at private hospital,

Melbourne, Catherine Alice Angus, beloved wife of James Angus, of No. 1 Park street, South Yarra, aged 68 years. R.I.P. (Interred privately, Box Hill Cemetery, on 15th May.)

BLYTH.— On the 8th May, 1930, at Sale, Davinia,

youngest daughter of the late George and Mary Blyth, and loving sister of Sarah, David, Richard, and Frank, aged 45 years.

At rest.

BOTHWELL.— On the 7th April, 1930 (result of

accident), at Jacksonville (U.S.A.), R. D. (Dick) Bothwell, youngest son of the late James and Sarah Ann Bothwell (late of Mentone, for- merly South Melbourne), aged 52 years, late of

Broken Hill.

BROOKMAN.— On the 13th May, 1930, after short

illness, Lillian Alice August, beloved wife of Benjamin Brookman, of Hyde Park Gate Hotel, London, formerly, of Adelaide.

CALLANDER.— On the 16th May, 1930, at private

hospital, Geelong, William, dearly loved hus- band of Margaret Callander, and loving father of Adam (deceased), Robert, William, Finlay, Mar- garet (Mrs. V. C. Perrett), Ernest, Gordon, Stan- ley, Harry, James, and Annabella (Mrs. J. D. Treble), aged 81 years.

CUDDON.— On the 15th May, at Kew, Elizabeth, widow of the late William J. Cuddon, loving mother of William H. Blanche (Mrs. G. M. Setford), Bertha (Mrs. L. J. Adam), Edward (deceased), Amy (Mrs. J. H. Parker), and Cliff, in her 79th year. (Privately interred.)  

At rest.

DAVIES.— On the 13th May (result of accident),

Lily, devoted sister of Winnie (Mrs. Percy W. Bull), and much-loved Auntie Lil of Lyle and Ronald Bull, 204 Nicholson street, Abbotsford.

Parted. Sadly missed.

DAVIS.— On the 5th May, 1930, at 15 Grant road, Thorndon, Wellington (N.Z.), Edith Howard, wife of Walter Gottreux Davis.

DIPROSE.— On the 9th May, at Kia Ora hospital, Hamilton, Doris Muriel, beloved wife of Cecil James, and mother of Geoffrey Diprose (Caven- dish), dearly loved daughter of the Rev. W. H. and Mrs. Taylor (Dromana), loving sister of Fred (Dimboola), Will (Ascotvale), Winifred (Mrs. W. G. Roberts, Main Ridge), and Irene (Cavendish), aged 29 years.

Father, in Thy gracious keeping

Leave we now our loved one sleeping.

DOHLE.— On the 14th May, at Wannonvale, Tahara,   Herman Adolph, beloved husband of Ernstine Dohle, aged 90 years.

DUNLOP.— On the 9th May (suddenly), at Benalla, George, dearly loved grandpa of George, Ella, Rea, Allan, Rex, and Dawn Croxford, Cran- bourne, late of Badaginnie, aged 71 years.

Sadly missed.

GOSLETT.— On the 13th May (suddenly), at South Melbourne, Neil, dearly loved husband of Emily Goslett, of 110 Clark Street, Port Melbourne, loved eldest son of Margaret and the late Charles Goslett, loved brother of Charles (deceased), Duncan, William, Mary (Mrs. Morieson), Eliza- beth, and John.

GRAHAM.— On the 15th May, 1930, at Millbrook, Jean G. Graham, late of Timmering and Wyuna, aged 81 years.

GUILFOYLE.— On the 11th May, at Lallaween private hospital, Dimboola, Catherine Josephine, beloved wife of A. S. Guilfoyle, Dimboola, and loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carroll, of Koondrook.  

GUNN.— On the 16th May, at 11 Arnott street, Or-

mond, Alwyn Reeve, darling little baby of Ernest   and Ada Gunn, and little brother of Ernie.

Our little angel.

HAINES.— On the 7th May, at Dimboola, Daisy, loved wife of Stephen J. Haines, devoted mother of June, Betty, Pattie, and little Daisy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McCabe, Gerang, and sister of Roy, Madge, Cliff, and Edna.

HANSEN.— On the 16th May, at her residence, Stud road, Bayswater, Agnes Louisa, widow of the late Andrew Hansen, and devoted mother of Albert, Alice, Maude, and Henry, aged 67 years.

Resting in His everlasting arms.

HARDING.— A tribute to the memory of our life- long friend, Colonel R. Harding, who passed away at his residence, Finch street, Malvern, 13th May.

One of nature's gentlemen.

—(Inserted by W. and J. F., Olinda.)

HARRIS.— On the 16th May, 1930 (passed peace- fully away), at her parents' residence, 17 Melby avenue, East St. Kilda, Hazel, the dearly loved wife of Roderick A. Harris, of 13 Barr street, Moorabbin, loving mother of Stanley Alexander and Thelma Jean, aged 27 years.

HARRIS (nee O'Brien).— On the 16th May, 1930, Hazel, the dearly loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien, of 17 Melby avenue, East St. Kilda, loving sister of Eddie (Albury), Will (Ivanhoe), and Valerie (East St. Kilda), aged 27 years.

HIVON.— On the 16th May, at a private hospital, Thomas Henry Hivon, of 15 Crewe road, Oak- leigh, dearly beloved son of the late Aristide and   Sarah Hivon, and loving brother of Mary (Mrs. Hawker), Eliza (Mrs. Lord, deceased), Ivy (Mrs. Hirti, deceased), Frank, Jack, Julie (Mrs. McKenzie), Rachael (Mrs. Unwin), Florrie (Mrs. Smith), and Alfred (deceased), aged 53 years.

HORNE.— On the 16th May, James Stanley Horne, of 334 Nicholson street, Fitzroy, the dearly be- loved husband of Ettie Horne, beloved father of Stanley, and beloved father-in-law of Violet, aged 46 years.

At rest.  

HORNE.— On the 10th May, James Stanley Horne, the dearly beloved son of Alexander and the late May Horne, of 607 Station street, North Carlton, and beloved brother of Jessie (Mrs. F. Dean), Alexander (deceased), Tom, May, Elsie, John, Minnie, and Effie, aged 46 years.

Peace, perfect peace.

KIRK.— On the 12th May, at her residence, Park road, Bridgewater, Emily, widow of the late Adam Kirk, and loving mother of George, Adam (deceased), Alexander (deceased), Willam (de- ceased), John, Thomas, Alfred, Robert, Christina (deceased), Emily (Mrs, Morton), and Jean, in her 80th year.

A life made beautiful by kindly deeds.

KURRLE.— On the 12th May, at Sister Hughes's private hospital, Wodonga, Wilhelmina, beloved wife of Richard Kurrle, Barnawartha, and loving mother of Charles, Herman, Elsa, Oscar, Hilda (Mrs. Bradtke), and Mary (Mrs. Miller), aged

70 years.

McDONALD.— On the 8th May, at Deniliquin, Murdoch, dearly beloved husband of the late Matilda McDonald, of Teal Point. Kerang, and loving father of Ciss (Mary, Mrs. H. G. Heming- way, Finley), Fred (Leeton), Barney Murdoch (Griffith), Violet (Mrs. H. J. Close, Finley).

Sadly missed.

McDONALD.— On the 12th May, Isabella Catherine, widow of the late John McDonald, The Hill, Maffra, daughter of the late Neil Rankin, Bom- bowlee Station, Tumut, New South Wales, aged 75 years. R.I.P.

McKIRDY.— On the 15lh May, at Alfred Hospital, IVilliam George, loving husband of Agnes, and oving father of Arch, Kan (deceased), Ida, Jean, md Stewart, aged 59 years.

At rest.

McKIRDY.— On the 15th May, at the Alfred Hos- pital, William George, loved son of the late Archibald and Susan McKirdy, of Daylesford, brother of A. J., T.E. (deceased), R.A., and Mes- dames Andrew and Clark.

At rest.

McLEOD.— On the 11th May, at his residence, 151 Brighton road, East St. Kilda, James John, dearly beloved husband of Marian, and loving father of Elsie (Mrs. G. Brooke), Vera (Mrs. F. W. Soden), Alice (Mrs. J. Nethersole), and Beta, late of Bendigo and Kyneton, aged 69

years.

McLEOD.— On the 13th May, 1930 (suddenly), at her residence, Tamar, the dearly beloved wife of John McLeod, Noorat, aged 65 years.

At rest.

McMAHON.— On the 13th May, at his residence, 52 Nicholson street, Footscray, Senior Warren,   dearly beloved husband of Isabel Florence, de-     voted father of Marshal, William, and loved son-

in-law of William and Jane Steele, 0f 30 Victoria    

crescent, Mont Albert, late of Yarraville. R.I.P.

McMAHON.— On the 13th May, at his residence,   52 Nicholson street, Footscray, Senior Warren,   dearly beloved brother-in-law of William P.   Steele, Stanley C. Steele, and May (Mrs. E. T.

Satchwell).

Resting peacefully.

PATTERSON.— On the 16th May, at her late   residence, 18 Glassford street, Armadale, Mar-   garet Russell, fourth daughter of the late Robert  

Patterson.  

PETSCHACK.— On the 16th May, at her residence,

Carramar, Higham street, Cheltenham, Louisa,     the dearly beloved wife of Frederick, and loving   mother of Will, Fred, Lizzie (Mrs. Ollson), Bert, George, Elsie (Mrs. Cato), and Oscar, aged 66 years.

Mother.

PIERCE.—On the 3rd May, at the residence of his daughter (Mrs. S. Morris), Victoria street, Daylesford, John Robert, beloved grandfather of Jack, Jean, and Roy Pierce, Myrtle Morris, and baby Joy Hunt, late of Upper Macedon.

PLUMMER.—On the 11th May, passed peacefully away at his residence, 73 Aberfeldie street, Moonee Ponds, George William, beloved father of Gladys, Doris, and Iris, aged 73 years. (In- serted by Doris and Fred Gaulton.)

PLUMMER.—On the 11th May, at 73 Aberfeldie

street, Moonee Ponds, George William, the dearly loved grandfather of Mirle, Norma,

Edna, Joyce, Maurie, Gwen Plummer, and   Walter Gaulton.  

Always remembered.   POULTER.—On the 16th May, at Melbourne Hos- pital, Mary, relict of the late Giles J. Poulter,   of Greensborough, and loving mother of Alice,   Florence, Bert, William, John, Louis, and Stanley, aged 74 years.

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DEATHS.

REID.— On the 15th May (suddenly), Christina

(Sister), widow of the late D. J. Reid, loving cousin of David, William, James, and Hannah Cochrane, and Mrs. C. Porter.

Dear Chrissie at rest.

REID.— In loving memory of Sister Chrissie Reid, who died suddenly at Winfield, May 15.     (Inserted by members of Winfield.)  

ROBSON.— On the 12th May, at his residence, Victoria street, Daylesford, Edward T.. dearly  

beloved husband of Louisa, loving father of   Percy (deceased), Matt, James (deceased),     Alice (Mrs. Dyson), father-in-law of Maisie     and Harry, granddad of Dorothy.    

SAVIGE.— On the 10th May, at the residence 0f her  

sister (Mrs. Moncur), Thorpdale, Hannah, the  

loved eldest daughter of Thomas and the late Annie Russell Savige, of Narracan.      

A life lived in the service of others.  

SCOTT.— On the 14th May (result of fall), at

Caulfield Convalescent Hospital, Walter, be- loved husband of the late Olivia, and loving father of Amy (Mrs. R. Bishop, deceased), Ettie (Mrs. A J. Whelan, Carnegie), Bertha (Mrs. J. M. Whelan, Oakleigh), Sewell (Gunbower), and Mysie (Mrs. E. Matthews, Trafalgar), aged     83 years and 9 months. (Privately interred St. Kilda Cemetery.)

At rest.

STEWART.— On the 13th May, at her residence, 23

Ivan street, North Fitzroy, Eliza, relict of Alex-

ander Stewart, loving mother of John, William,     Alec (deceased), Sarah (Mrs. Wortley, Heales- ville), Minnie (Mrs. Boanas, Healesville), Tom (deceased), Rose (Mrs. Moss, Alphington), Vio- let (Mrs. Gerrard, Croxton), Ruby (deceased), aged 88 years, many years of Smith street, Col-

lingwood.  

Peace, perfect peace.

STEWART.— On the 15th May, 1930, at St.

Arnaud, Annie, the beloved daughter of the late Donald and Annie Stewart, of Logan, and sister of Mrs. T. Webster, Mrs. G. Walker, Donald, Duncan, and John Stewart, and James (deceased).

TANNER.— On the 13th May, at Bethesda Hospital,

John (Adj., Salvation Army), the dearly beloved husband of Minnie, loving father of Norman, aged 49 years.

Thy will be done.

TAYLOR.— On the 1st May, at Leonora, Western

Australis, Thomas William, eldest son of the late William and Sarah Taylor, of Clarke street, Northcote, loving brother of Sarah (Mrs. A. Allen), Minnie (Mrs. A. Marsden), and Joe Taylor, aged 68 years.

THOMSON.— On the 10th May, at her late resi-

dence, Parkview, Wangaratta, Catherine, widow of the late Peter Stewart Thomson, in her 83rd year.

TREMILLS.— On the 15th May, at 6 Clarke avenue,

Caulfield, Adeline Mary, dearly loved wife of Frank Tremills.

TUTTLE.— On the 9th May, at 64 Normanby

road, East Kew, Edward, beloved husband of Sarah, and loving father of Emily, Annie (de- ceased, Thomas (Numurkah), and William (Shepparton), aged 86 years.

IN MEMORIAM. On Active Service.

CAMPBELL.— In loving memory of our dearly

loved son and brother, M. L. Campbell (Leslie), killed in action, France, 23rd April, 1918.

Calm it thy slumber, as an infant's sleep,

But thou shalt wake no more to toil and weep; Thine is a perfect rest, secure and deep,

Good night.

Only good night, beloved, not farewell,

A little white, and all His saints shall dwell In hallowed union indivisible;

Good night.

— (Inserted by loving mother, father and brothers, Alex, Wallace, Newham.)

MATTHEWS.— In loving memory of my son, Sapper

Lewis Matthews, 2nd Field Co. Engineers, Gallipoli, May 18, 1915, brother of Mary, Crissie, Daisy, Emily, Charles, Willie (deceased), and Jack. (Inserted by his father, W. H. Matthews, 169 New street, Middle Brighton.)

ADAMS.— In loving memory of our dear husband

and father, Samuel, who passed away on the 18th May, 1929. (Inserted by his loving wife and son.)

ARCHER.— In loving memory of my dear father,

John Archer, who passed away on the 17th May, 1919; also my dear mother, Florence Archer, who passed away 14th April, 1918.

Remembered.  

— (Inserted by their only daughter, Mrs. Tom Lee, 26 Palmerston street, Maryborough, Vic.)

BAGHEL.— In affectionate remembrance of Saidee Adele (Billie), dearly loved only child of George and Minnie Baghel, who passed away on May 18, 1920, at Hawthorn.

BAGHEL.— To the fadeless memory of my dear

granddaughter, Saidee Adele, who was called away May 18, 1920.

Nana's little Dell.

BATE.— In loving memory of my darling mother, Emma Bate, who passed away on the 18th May, 1926; also my dear father, John Bate, who passed away on the 6th August, 1929.

Mum and Dad ever remembered.  

— (Inserted by their loving daughter, Doris Mackenzie.)

BIBBY.— In loving memory of my dearly loved wife, Ellen, who passed away on May 18, 1929, at Clovelly, Tramway parade, Beaumaris, in her 75th year. (Inserted by her sorrowing hus- band, Thomas Sumner Bibby, Carlton road, Springvale.)

BIBBY.— In loving memory of my dearly loved mother, who passed to a higher life at Clovelly, Tramway parade, Beaumaris, on May 18, 1929, in her 75th year. (Inserted by her loving daughter, Elsie—Mrs. Ralph Philbrick, Meringur.)

CARMODY.— In loving memory of our beloved father, Michael Carmody, who died May 17,

1926. R.I.P.

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, . Have mercy, on his soul.

— (Inserted by his loving daughters.)

CLARINGBOLD.— In loving memory of our dear father, Frank Claringbold, who died at Stawell, May 16,1927.

Too dearly loved to be forgotten.

— (Inserted by his loving daughters and son, Marion, Mrs. Sharples, Millie, and Harry.)  

CUMPSTON.— In loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, who was called home on May 18, 1929.

Loved and remembered always.

— (Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in- law, Wesley and Louie, and grandchildren, Lennard and Effie.)

CUMPSTON.— In loving memory of our father, Mr. S. B. Cumpston, who passed away at his resi- dence, 25 Warley road, East Malvern, on the 18th May, 1929, dear grandpa of Mavis, Joan, and Audrey.

Resting.

— (Inserted by Jack and Vera, North Mirboo.)

DANGERFIELD.— In loving memory of May, who passed away at Essendon on 16th May, 1929, beloved wife of Alfred H. Dangerfield, and mother

of Fred and Maysie.

Sadly missed.

DANGERFIELD.— A tribute of love to the memory of our dear friend, Mrs. A. Dangerfield, who passed away on May 16, 1929.

Ever remembered.

— (Inserted by Essendon croquet ladies.)

DENHAM.— In loving memory of my dear hus- band, James Denham, who passed away at Allandale, North Carlton, May 18, 1917.

Come unto Me and I will give you rest.

— (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

DOWNS.— In loving memory of my dear father, who was called home on the 18th May, 1922; also my dear mother, who was called home on the 5th May, 1898.

Some day, some time, our eyes shall see The dear faces we hold in memory;   And God will link the broken chain Still closer when we meet again.

—(Inserted by their loving daughter, Mill;     son-in-law, Frank; and grandchildren, Russell and June Webb, Campbell.)  

FENTON.— In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, who passed away at Carinya, Merricks North, on the 10th May, 1926.

Ever remembered.  

—(Inserted by her loving husband and family.)   GREEN.— In loving memory of my dear mother, Martha Green, who died at her residence, Mor- dialloc, on the 18th May, 1925; and of my dear ones who predeceased her, father, Mary, Sara, Louie, and Fred. (Inserted by E. A. Green.)

HINCHCLIFF.— In loving memory of my dear son and brother, Joseph J. (Joe), who died (the result of a motor accident) May 18, 1923.

Though absent from among us, You are ever in our thoughts.

Sadly missed.

—(Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and brothers, Queenscliff road, East Geelong.)

JONES.— In loving memory of our dear mother, Rachel May, who passed away on the 17th May, 1927; also our dear father, Thomas Wil- liam, who died suddenly on the 12th October, 1911, late of Lonsdale street, Melbourne. (In- serted by their loving sons and daughter, Rose, Tom, and William.)

JONES.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 17th May, 1928. (In- serted by Daphne and Violet.)

KELLY.— In loving memory of our dear sister, Effie, who died on the 18th May, 1924, at Sey- mour, result of an accident.

As we loved you, so we miss you,

Thoughts of you are ever near;

Loved, remembered, longed for always,

As it dawns another year.

—(Insetted by her loving brother and sister,

Bert and Bessie.)

LEITCH.— In loving memory of my dear wife and my dear mother, Mary May, who passed away, May 18, 1924, at Dowerin, W.A. (Inserted by her loving husband and son, A. A. L. and Wallace.)

LYNE.— In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 17th May, 1923; also dear sister, Suse, who passed away on the 4th February, 1918.

Fond memories ever linger.

—(Inserted by their loving ones, Keilora, Jack,     Thelma, and Georgie, Cressy.)   MATHEWS.— Fond memory of Elizabeth, who passed suddenly away on May 17, 1928.   A faithful wife and a delighted mother.  

Loved by all.     —(Inserted In her husband and family.)     MONK.— In loving memory of our dear father and   grandfather, who passed away 17th May, 1929.    

Sadly missed.     — (Inserted by his loving son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren.  

MONK.— In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on May 17, 1929. Inserted by his loving daughter, A. Bridgford.)

MORRISON.— In memory of my loving wife, Norah Veronica: also loving mother of Irene and George, who departed this life on the 18th  

May, 1918.

R.I.P.

PAGE.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed to the higher life on May 13, 1929.

Loving memories.

— (Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in- law, Arthur and Doris.)

PLEASANCE.— In ever-loving memory of our dear Hayward, who passed away at his home on the 17th May, 1925. (Cooyar, Malvern road, Toorak.) PLEASANCE.— In loving memory of our dear   brother, George Hayward Pleasance, who passed

away at his home, Cooyar, Malvern road,   Toorak, on the 17th May, 1925. (Inserted by   W. C. and E. A. Pleasance, Springfield, Tra-  

gowel.)     RAINEY.— In loving memory of our dearly loved daughter, Mary Ethel, loved sister of James and David, who died at Pyalong, May, 1920.

Dearly loved and sadly missed. —(Inserted by father and mother.

RICHMOND _ In loving memory of my dear hus- band and our dear father, who passed away on May 18. (Inserted by his wife and family, Barwon Terrace, Winchelsea.)  

SMITH.— In loving memory of my dear wife,   Martha Constance, who departed this life May 17, 1929, at her residence, Quambatook.

Too dearly loved to be forgotten.

—(Inserted by her loving husband, Les,)

IN MEMORIAM.

SMITH.— In sad and loving memory of our dearly

loved daughter and sister, Martha Constance (Ritchie), who passed away on 17th May, 1929.

So dearly loved and sadly mourned.

A beautiful life ended.  

—(Inserted by her loving parents, brothers, and    

sisters, Quambatook.)

SMITH (nee Ritchie).— In loving memory of our

beloved niece and cousin, Connie, who passed     away at Quambatook on May 17, 1929.

When least expected, death did come,

No hand could stay its power;

One of the best the world contained

Was cut down like a flower.

To think we never said good-bye  

Will always bring regret.

For hearts of those that loved you

Are the hearts that don't forget.   —(Inserted by her devoted aunt and uncle, Lalie   and George Starke, and cousins, Ulva, Kyneton.)   SMITH (nee Ritchie).— In loving remembrance of

our dear niece and cousin, Connie, who passed away on the 17th May, 1929, at Quambatook.    

Just a line of rememberance,  

Just a memory fond and true;   Whatever else we have failed to do, dear Connie,

We have not forgotten you.   —(Inserted by her loving Aunt Mary and cousins,    

Jessie and Lyla.)

SMITH (nee Ritchie).— In loving memory of my

dear niece, Connie, who passed to a higher   lite on 17th May, 1929, at Quambatook.  

We long oftimes to see thy face,

But since this cannot be  

We leave thee to the care of Him,    

Who cares for us and thee.

— (Inserted by her loving uncle and aunt, Janet      

Sinclair.)

SMITH (nee Ritchie).— In sad and loving memory

of my dear cousin, Connie; also her darling baby son, who both passed away at Quamba- took on the 17th May, 1929.

They loved her most who knew her best. — (Inserted by Ina Slatter.)

SMITH.— In loving memory of my dear cousin,

Connie, died May 17, 1929.

Time takes away the edge of grief,

But memory turns back every leaf.

Ever remembered.

— (Inserted by her loving cousin, Grace Camp- bell, Miga Lake.)

SMITH.— In loving memory of our dear niece,

Connie, who passed away at her home, Quamba- took, on May 17, 1929.

Sweet rest.

— (Inserted by her loving aunt and uncle, M.

and C. Ritchie.)

SMITH.— In loving memory of our dear one, Ivy

Alma, who departed this life on the 18th May,

1929.

Beautiful memories of one so dear

We will always cherish with love sincere.

— (Inserted by her loving husband, father, sister, brothers, and brother-in-law.)

SUFFERN.— In loving memory of my dear hus-

band, and our loving father, who passed away at Craigayon, Finlayson street, Malvern, on the

18th May, 1922. (Inserted by his wife and   daughters.)     TAYLOR.— In loving memory of my dear husband

and our loving father (Alfred M.), who died on the 18th May, 1919.

In memory a constant thought, In heart a silent sorrow.

—(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

TERRILL (nee Solomon).— In loving memory of

my dear wife, Alice Maud, fond mother of wee Doreen, who passed away 18th May, 1929.

What happy hours we once enjoyed When we were all together;

But, oh! how everything has changed Since you have gone for ever.

— (Inserted by her loving husband and wee daughter, Doreen.)

TERRILL.— In loving memory of our dear sister,

Maud, who passed away on the 18th May, 1929.

Although her voice is silent,

And her smile we see no more, In our hearts her memory lingers

Just as fondly as before.

—(Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in- law. Doris and Will.)

TERRILL.— In loving memory of our dear sister,

Maud, who passed to a higher life on 18th May,

1929.

Some day, some time, our eyes shall see That loving face we hold in memory, And Christ shall link that broken chain Still closer when we meet again.

— (Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in- law, Jessie and Don, and fond nephews, Stanley

and Edwin.)

TERRILL.— In loving memory of Alice Maud, who

passed away on the 18th May, 1929.

Her life a beautiful memory, Her absence a silent sorrow.

—(Inserted by her loving parents, S. and D.

Solomon.)

TERRILL.— In loving memory of Alice Maud, who

passed away on the 18th May, 1929.

Ever remembered.

— (Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in- law, Rene and Les Bodinnar.)

THOMPSON.— In loving memory of Maud, who died

January 14, 1924; also Rose, who died September 5, 1918.

Ever remembered.

— (Inserted by mother, brother, and sisters.)

TWEDDLE.— In sad and loving memory of my

dear husband, William James, and my beloved father, who passed to the higher life on May 17, 1929.

In memory a constant thought, In heart a silent sorrow.

— (Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Elizabeth, and devoted daughter, Ethel.)

VAUGHAN.— In fond memory of our loved father,

Thomas, who passed away on 18th May, 1926; also our devoted mother, Emily, passed away on the 6th December, 1929, at Ascotvale.

Our loved ones.

— (Inserted by their loving son and daughters, Will, Isla, and Hazel, 23 Grandview grove, Armadale.)

WARE.— In loving memory of a devoted husband, died 18th May, 1925.        

Fond memories cling.'   — (Inserted by M. G. Ware.)

WARREN.— In fond and loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, who passed away on May 17, 1926.

Ever fresh in our memory.

— (Inserted by her loving husband and sons, Gibson, Wilfred, and Rennie.)

WELLINGTON—McKINNON.— In loving memory of Mavis, who went home 15th May, 1926; also her uncle, Malcolm, fell in France, 17th May,

1916.

WHITE (nee Bedford).— In loving memory of our dear sister and auntie, Janie, who passed away on May 18, 1928, after a long and painful illness.

Until the resurrection morning. — (Inserted by the Bedford family.)

WILLIAMS.— In fond and loving memory of our dear falher, who fell asleep 15th May, 1929, at private hospital, Oakleigh; late of Castlemaine. There is someone who misses you sadly,

And thinks of you day by day;  

But we hope to meet you again, dear dad,

At the dawn of a beautiful day.

He had a nature you could not help loving,

A heart that was purer than gold;

And to those who knew him and loved him

His memory will never grow cold.

— (Inserted by his loving only daughter and son-in-law, Ivy and Will Reynolds, Atkinson street, Oakleigh; also his two loving little grand- daughters, Merle and Dorothy.)

WILLIAMS.— In loving memory of our dear father, S. P. Williams, who departed this life suddenly) on the 17th May, 1928.

Gone, but not forgotten.

— (Inserted by his sorrowing family, Moreland.)

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.   BENJAMIN.— Miss BESSIE BENJAMIN desires to sincerely THANK all kind relatives and   friends for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards,   and personal expressions of sympathy in her sad  

bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per-

sonal expression of gratitude. Grand Hotel, Yarra  

Glen.

BOLDEN.— Mrs. S. BOLDEN desires to express her sincere THANKS to relatives and friends   for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement, Norelda, McKinnon road,

McKinnon. S.E.14.

FOX.— The Family of the late Mrs. ELIZA MARY FOX desire to express their sincere THANKS   to all relatives and kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; especially thanking Miss Pocock, Mrs. Wilson, and Miss Meyer. Will all please accept this as a per-   sonal acknowledgment of deepest gratitude. Guernsey, 104 Hadgkinson street, Clifton Hill.

GLYNN.— The Mother and Sister of the late   KITTY GLYNN desire to sincerely THANK   their relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telegrams, and beautiful floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all kind friends please accept this as a personal ac- Guernsey, 104 Hodgkinson street, Clifton Hill.

HEESOM.— The Family of the late Mr. E.     HEESOM wish to sincerely THANK all kind   friends for telegrams, floral tributes, letters, and personal expressions of sympathy received during their recent bereavement. Especially do they wish   thank Miss Bolger, Dr. Mitchell, Nurse Wiffen,   and Mr. Bolger. Will all accept this as a personal expression of their sincere thanks.

HICKEY.— Miss MOLLIE HICKEY and Mrs. J.

HOLDEN desire to convey to their many kind friends their appreciation and THANKS for the sympathy and kindness shown to them in their recent sad bereavement. Will all kind friends please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of gratitude. 32 Sutherland street, Coburg.

LUMB (Winn).— Mr. T. A. LUMB, Mr. T. W. and the Misses WINN desire to sincerely THANK     their many kind friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment.  

MILLER.— The Wife and Family of the late J. P. MILLER desire to THANK all relatives   and tributes for letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement; also thanking the staff of wards 9 and 28, Melbourne Hospital; Rev. Roberts, of St. Barnabas; and Mr. R. McKenzie for their kind attention. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. 64 Brunswick road, East Brunswick.

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Mr. and Mrs. N. F. WHITE desire to THANK all kind friends for letters, cards, and kind

 

expressions of sympathy during their recent sad

bereavement. 36 Barnsbury road, Balwyn.

Mrs. FAZIO wishes to THANK all friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, floral tri-   butes, and such sympathy and kindness shown

in her recent sad bereavement of her daughter, Lucia, especially Dr. J. Bennett, Nurse Sheridan, Rev. Deasey, teachers and scholars of St. Columb's sunday school. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgement of my gratitude. 390 Riversdale road. Hawthorn.  

MRS KEYS, Daughter, and Aunts, Misses M. E. P. Stennikee, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for the many telegrams, let- ters, cards, and floral tributes received during their sad bereavement by the loss of their dear mother and sister, Ann West; also thanking Dr. Grover for his unremitting attention. Will all   friends please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of gratitude. 123 Princes street, Port Melbourne.  

MRS. MARKHAM and Son, of 1a Grandview grove, Armadale, wish to THANK all friends   for many letters, cards, and floral tributes, and much sympathy and kindness received in their recent sad and sudden bereavement by the death

of beloved husband and father, especially thank- ing Dr. Bennett and Rev. Erle Evans for their kind attention. Will all friends please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of gratitude. MRS F. J. WHITE and Family desire to sin-

cerely THANK all kind friends and relatives   for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Will all kindly accept this as a personal acknowledgment of deepest gratitude, Wynyard, Sevenoaks street, Balwyn.  

BEREAVEMENT CARDS.  

MRS. REA and Family wish to offer their sincere       THANKS to the many kind friends for their     sympathy by letters, telegrams and floral tributes and personal condolence in their sad bereavement.         Will all friends accept this as a personal acknow-     ledgement. Ivy street, Prahran.      

MRS. COWAN and Family wish to THANK    

their many kind friends for letters, cards,

telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad

 

bereavement. Will all kind friends please accept

this as an acknowledgement of their gratitude.          

POTTER.— Miss CONSIDINE and relatives of the

late Miss Josephine Potter desire to convey to their many kind friends their appreciation and    

THANKS for the sympathy and kindness extended                

to them in their recent sad bereavement. Will       all kind friends please accept this as a personal  

acknowledgment of gratitude.      

SHANNON.— The Daughters and Sons of the late

MARGARET SHANNON wish to THANK all      

friends for many letters, telegrams, and floral       tributes received by them in their recent sad   bereavement by the death of their mother, espe-      

cially thanking the Rev. A. G. Ray, Rev. G. L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fraser and Miss   C. Warwick. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgement of our gratitude.  

SHARKEY.— Mrs. RUPERT G. SHARKEY desires

to sincerely THANK all relatives and friends       for their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, let-   ters, telegrams, and beautiful floral tributes in

her recent sad bereavement. 26 Shackell street, West Coburg.  

FUNERAL NOTICES.

BOXHALL.— The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM

BOXHALL are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife to   the place of interment in the Fawkner Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from No. 89 McCracken street, Kensington, THIS DAY (Satur- day), at 3.30 o'clock.

ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director (estab. 1854), 309 Racecourse road, Newmarket. 'Phone FU3997.

CALLANDER.— The Friends of the late  

WILLIAM CALLANDER are respectfully in- formed that his remains will be interred in the Eastern Cemetery, Geelong.

The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, 247 Bellerine street, South Geelong, THIS DAY (Saturday, 17th May, 1930), at 2.30 p.m.

ALEX MONRO, Funeral Director, 24 Ryrie street, Geelong. 'Phone 1386. HANSEN.— The Friends of the late Mrs. AGNES

LOUISA HANSEN are invited to follow her remains to the Ferntree Gully Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave her residence, Stud road, Bayswater, THIS DAY (Saturday, 17th May, 1930), at 2.30.

LE PINE and SON, Funeral Directors, Head office, 'phone 1441.

HARRIS.— The Friends of Mr. RODERICK

ALEXANDER HARRIS are informed that the funeral of his beloved wife, Hazel Alice Sylvia, will leave her parents' residence, 17 Melby avenue, East St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3

o'clock, for the Cheltenham Cemetery.

JOSEPH ALLISON. Funeral Director. 306   Carlisle street, Balaclava. 'Phone Win. 1074.

HIVON.— The Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS

HENRY HIVON, of 15 Crewe road, Oakleigh, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the St. Kilda Cemetery.

The funeral will leave the residence of his niece (Mrs. A. E. Caldwell), 33 Venus street, Caulfield, THIS DAY (Saturday, 17th May), at 1.30 p.m.

JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH, Funeral Director, 380 Lygon st, Carlton. Tel. F1292.

HORNE.— The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES

STANLEY HORNE are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton.

The funeral will leave his residence, 334 Nichol- son street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Saturday, May 17), at 11 o'clock.

R. ROBSON, Undertaker, corner of Brunswick street and St. George's road, North Fitztroy.

JW2345.  

McKIRDY.— The Friends of the late GEORGE  

McKIRDY are hereby advised that his re- mains will be interred in the Daylesford Ceme- tery THIS DAY (Saturday).

McKIRDY.— The Friends of the late WILLIAM GEORGE McKIRDY, of Yarram, are notified that his remains will be interred in the Dayles- ford Cemetery, THIS DAY (Saturday), leaving the mortuary of A. McKirdy Pty. Ltd., at 2 p.m.

PETSCHACK.— The Friends of Mr. FREDERICK PETSCHACK are respectfully invited to fol- low the remains of his dearly beloved wife, Lousia, to the place of interment, the Neerim Cemetery.

The funeral will leave his residence, Carramar, Higham street, Cheltenham, THIS DAY (Satur- day, 17th May), at 11 o'clock, arriving at the cemetery about 2 o'clock.

W. D. ROSE and SON, Undertakers, Charman road, Cheltenham. 'Phone Chelt. 42.

POULTER. - The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY POULTER, relict of the late Giles J. Poulter, are respectfully notified that her funeral will leave her residence Main road, Greensborough, THIS DAY (Saturday, 17th May), at 4 p.m., for interment in the Greensborough Cemetery.

TAYLOR and SON, Funeral Directors, Head office, 'phone Heidelberg 55.

TANNER. - The Friends, Officers, and Soldiers of the Salvation Army are respectfully in-   vited to follow the remains of the late Adjutant JOHN TANNER to the place of interment, the Footscray Cemetery.

The funeral will leave the City Temple, Bourke street, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Saturday, May 17), after a service commencing at 2.30 p.m.

WALTER FERGUSON, Funeral Director, Vere street, Collingwood, and corner High and James street, Northcote (opposite Library). 'Phone J1448.

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