NOTICES OP ENGAGEMENTS. MAR RIAGES, BIRTHS. DEATHS, FUNERAL NOTICES, BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, IN MEMORIAM. ROLL OP HONOUR, AND RETURN THANKS. Minimum B/ prr notice. Up to (! lines, thrn !ld. per line. . ENGAGEMENT NOTICES must be signed by both contracting parties and witnessed by a clergyman, J.P., or some responsible person and all other NOTICES by some responsible person, before they can be inserted. BIRTHS BLAIR (nee Muriel Hcmbrow, Wallumbllla). — At St. Kildu Private Hospital, Manly, on July 3rd, 1U41. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles U. n. Blaik, Pine St., Wynnum Central, a Daugh ter (Lenorc Constance). BROWN. — On 28th June, to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brown, Gordon Park, at Brisbane Women's Hospital, a Son. DEVON.— On July 1st, at Women's Intermedi ate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Devon nee Maisie Edmonds), a Daughter (Pamela). GARVIE.— On 27th June, at Palms Private Hospital, Shafston Avenue, to- Mr. and Mrs. A. Garvle, a Son. Brother for Dawn. (iRAIIAM.— At Brisbane Women's Hospital, on June 20. to Mr. and Mrs. Ev. Graham— a Son (James Richmond). , GUNDEI.ACII. — At Brisbane Women's Inter mediate Hospital, 3rd July, to Muriel, Wife of Dr. Ralph H. Gundelach, a Daughter. IIURWOOD. — At Toogoolawah, on 2nd July, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith H. Hurwood, nee Joyce Whltfield, a Daughter. PHILLIPS ? On 1st July, 1941, at the Towns vlUe Hospital., to Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Phillips (nee Blllie Morrell, of Sydney), Cleve land Terrace, Melton Hill, a Son. RYCROFT.— At the Grange Pte. Hospital, on July 4th, 1941. to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. (Bill) Rycroft (nee Mavis Chcesman), Daisy Street, Newmarket— a Son (Barry George). SAUER.— At Women's Intermediate Hospital, on July 1st. to Mr. and Mrs. H. Sauer (nee Gager), a Daughter (Pamela Beatrix). SHRAPNEL.— On July 2nd, at Oakey, to Cecile. Wife of Paul J. S. Shrapnel, a Daughter (Helen Scrope). SMITH. — On 28th June, at Wondai, to Mr. and Mrs. h. G. Smith— a Daughter. A sister for Joan STUBBS.— On 2'lh June, at Cunnamulla Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Stubbs— a Son. THORPE.— At the Grange Pte. Hospital, on July 4th, 1941, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thorpe (nee Vera Fordl, Bruce Street, The Grange —a Son (Allen Edward). VICK ? On 30th June, at the Brisbane Women's Intermediate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. VIck (nee Gwen Williams), a Son (Hugh Stanley). WARRELL. — On July 3rd, at Turrawan Prl vatr Hospital, Clayfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warren. Oxford Street. Hamilton, a Daughter. ENGAGEMENTS CARMICIIAEL— VOCKENSOHN.— The engage ment Is announced of Phyllis Victoria, elder Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Vockensohn, Zlllman Road Hendra. and John Henry, elder Son .of Mr. and Mrs. H. Carmichael, .'El Paso,' 34 Seymour Rd., Elsternwlck, Mel bourne CIIAGOURY — ASMAR.— The engagement Is an nounced of Renee Asmar, eldest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Asmar, West End, to Maurice Chagoury, youngest Son of ? Mr. Joseph Chagoury and the late Mrs. Chagoury. Hughcndcn. HOPKINS — HANGER.— The engagement Is an nounced of Gwendda, third Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hanger, of Rainworth, Brisbane, and Richard Spenser, youngest Son of Mr. S. Hopkins and the late Mrs. R. Hopkins, of Townsville. STILL — TALBOT. — The engagement is an nounced of Miss Moya Talbot, only Daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Talbot and of Mrs. Talbot, Imperial Terrace, Paddington, Bris bane, to Aircraftsman Lindsay Still, R.A.A.P., younger Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Still. Bundaberg. ? MARRIAGES IIROWN— ADSETT.— On June 28th, at St. Francis'. Church of England, by Rev. Kestrell, Kornlsh Betty Adsett, second Daughter of Major and Mrs. P. Adsett, Nundah, to Robert Leslie William Brown, eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown, Belmont Park, Klnka bllla. McCABE— PHELAN.— On 26th June, at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, Rev. Father W. Henry officiating, Aileen Mary, eldest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Phelan, Albion, to Edward William, only Son of Mrs. M. McCabe and the late Mr. McCabe, South Brlsbane. DEATHS AHLBRAND.— On the 3rd lnst., at her resi dence, 'Brighton,' Norfolk Road, Coorparoo, Vivien aylvia, beloved Wife of Norman H. Ahlbrand and Mother of Ruth and Vivien. Privately cremated. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD. Funeral Directors. BURNS.— On 3rd July, 1941, James Kerr Burns, privately Interred at Toowong Cemetery. HAMBLETON.— At a Private Hospital, Bris bane, on 28th . June, Robert Brice, Infant Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Hambleton, Eldon Road. Indooroopilly. age 3 days. SHORT.— On July 1st, 1941, at Bambil Street, Bulimba. Alexander Short, Father and Father-in-law of Fred, Elsie, Myrtle, and Ivy. Aged 87 years. IN MEMORIAM ATKINSON. — Treasured memories of my only child, Patricia Mary (Pat.), who passed away July 5th, 1937, after a long illness. There is a Mother who sadly misses you And finds the days long since you went; There is a Mother who thinks of you often But tries to be brave and content. Mother of sorrows to thce I pray. Comfort the many sad hearts to-day. Ask thy dear Son at my request. To grant my darling Pat eternal rest. R.I.P. Inserted by her lonely and loving Mother. RORWICK.— In loving memory of my dear Husband, Robert Borwick. who died July 5th, 1932. Sadly missed. .«OUCHARD.— In loving memory or my dear husband and our Father, Arthur Cecil Bouchard, July 5th, 1939. In silence mourned by his loving Wife, Margaret, and Children, Jean and Keith; I1OWLES.— In loving memory of my dear Wife and our Mother, who passed away on July 5th, 1935, at Montpelier Street, Clayfield. Inserted by her Husband and Family. CASFORD. — In loving memory of our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, who departed this life 5th July, 1940. Always remembered. Inserted by his loving Son Jack, Marge, Anne, and Norma. CROOKSTON.— In loving memory of Jim, who died suddenly at his home. Goodna, July 5th, 1940. Always remembered. Inserted by his Wife, C. L. Crookston, and Mother-in-law, J. Roberts, Caloundra. CROOKSTON.— In fond memory of Jim, who passed away on July 5th, 1940. In God's care. Inserted by ctss. Don, and Family. CROOKSTON.— In loving memory of our dear Nephew. Jim, who died suddenly July 5th, 1940. Ever remembered. Inserted by his Aunts. DAVIES. — In loving memory of my dear Hus bnnd and Father, who passed away July 5th, 1040. As I loved you, so I miss you, In my memory you are dear. Loved, remembered, longed-for always, As It dawns this first sad year. inserted by his loving Wife and two Daugh ters. LIU and Merriall. VOX. — In affectionate remembrance of Rev. A. E. Fox, who left us on July 5th, 1935: also A. M. M Fox, on July 17th, 1940. Inserted bv their loving Daughter, Sonin law, and Grand-daughter. Ever remembered. HANSON. — In loving memory of my dear Hus band and our Father, Charles Hanson, who was accidentally drowned at South Brisbane 5th Julv. 1920. 'Still In memory dear With each passing, year.' Inserted by his Wife, Son, and Daughters. JENNINGS. — In loving memory of our dear Aunt, who passed away 5th July, 1934. . May Heavenly winds blow softly O'er the sweet and hallowed spot . Where one we loved lies sleeping Who will . never be forgot. Inserted by her loving Nieces, Nephews, and Friends. JONES. — In loving memory of our dear Daughter and Sister, Florence, who died July 5th. 1936. God saw what she had suffered, Saw what she had to bear. And thought it best to take her In his care. Inserted by her loving Mother, Father, and Brothers, Herb, Jim, and Doug., Mur willumbah. KENNEDY. — In loving memory of my dear Daughter and our Sister, Jessie, passed awav July 6'h, 1938. Lovingly remembered; sadly missed. , In God's care. Mother. Sisters, Brothers. LYNES. — In loving memory of our dear Father. Benjamin Lyncs, who died 6th July. 1940. Although we knew his end was near. It was hard to part another so soon. The flowers we place upon his gravn May wither and decay. But' the love for Dad that lies beneath Will never fade away. R.l.p. Inserted by his loving son and Daughters. Lon. Elsie. Mary, Phil. McCOOK. Mary. — In fond and loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away 5th July. 1940 MOORE.— In loving ? memory of our baloved Sister ai.d SIster-ln-law, KatherJne Maud (Cassle), who passed away on 5th July. 1937. . With tender love and deep regret. We who loved you never forget. Insarted by her loving Sisters, Brothers, and Brother-in-law O'DRISCOLL. — In sad and loving memory of my dear Husband and our Father, Daniel O'Driscoll, who passed away 5th July, 1940. Deep In our hearts his memory is kept. Of one we lovpd and will never forget Inserted by his loving Wife and Daughter. PHILLIPS.— In loving memory of our dear Mother and Sister, Margaret Phillips, who passed away on the 6th July, 1938. Inserted by her loving Son. Daughter, Sis ters, and Brothers. PHILLIPS. — In loving memory of our dear Mo'her and Grandmother. Anna Phillips, who pp«sed away July 6th. 1935. Deep, in our hearts her memory is kept. Inserted by her loving Children and Grandchi'dren. ROBERTSON. — In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away at 'Cumbrae.' Arthur Street Teneriffc, 6th July, 1903. 'Too dearly loved to be forgotten.' ROBINSON, Thomas.— In remembrance of a true friend, passed away 6th July, 1922, at Moeriala Street, Ascot. SCHOLZ.— In loving memory of our dear Husband and Father (Hermann), who passed away on July 5th. 1939. At rest. ' Inserted by his loving Wife, Son, and Daughters,
IN MEMORIAM SHOOTER.— In loving memory of my dear ' Husband, Leslie Shooter, who passed away July 5th, 1939. I SPARK.— Loving memories of my dear Hus- ' )and and our Father. Septimus Spark, passed ' iway July 5th, 1935. Our beloved Lindsay, iccidcntally killed July 4th, 1935. IVe miss them and mourn in silence unseen, \nd dwell on loved memories of days that have been. TROTTER. — In- fond and loving memory of my dear Mother, Jessie Trotter, who passed nway July 5th, 1937. I miss you more as days go by. Inserted by her loving Daughter, Elaine. TYHE.— In loving memory of a denr Friend, \rchlbald Tyre, who' passed away on July -th. 1940. Sadly missed. Inserted by a Friend. IVELLS, George Joseph. — In loving memory of aur dear Father, Father-in-law. Grandfather, find Grcat-Grandfathcr, who left us on the 3th July, 1939. With tender love and deep regret We who love you never forget. Inserted by his loving Daughters, Alice and Sarrle, and Families. ? ROLL OF HONOUR MACFARLANE. — Charles John, 2nd Light Horse Regiment, died of wounds at Galllpoll, July 5th. 1915. Affectionately remembered. QUINLAN.— Cecil Denis, beloved youngest Son of Denis and Mary Quintan, of 249 Kelvin Grove Road, Kelvin Grove, late of 5th Battery, second anti-tank Regiment, 7lh Divi sion, second A.I.F., killed in action in Syria, on 15/8/41. Aged 24 years. R.I.P. TREGARTIIEN.— John Sidney Trcgarthen, 26 years, second Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tregar then, Ascot, died June 12th. A.I.F. abroad. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES MRS. M. A. ALFREDSON and family desire to most sincerely THANK all kind relatives, friends, and neighbours for their kind ex pressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams In their recent sad and sudden bereavement by the death of her Husband and their Father. Kindly accept this as our personal thanks. ALLEN FAMILY, 43 Spring Street. Valley, and SISTER MARY ANACLETA (Wooloowin) de sire to THANK Rev. Fathers O'Hare. Rowan, Costelloe, Doctor, Sisters of the Mater Private Hospital, Sisters of Mercy, Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. Sisters of St. Joseph's, Good Samaritan Convents for their kind attention to their dear Mother during her illness; also McWhlrters' Ltd. and Employees, Queensland Brewery, Ltd. and Employees, kind Neigh bours, Friends, and Relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams, in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our per sonal Thanks. MRS. F. R. ANDERSON and Family, Atkins (late Short Street, Red Hill), desire to THANK Dr., Sister Brookes, also relatives and all friends for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards, letters, and telegrams, in their recent sad bereavement. Kindly ac cept this as our personal thanks. THE SONS and DAUGHTERS of the late MRS. ARNOLD wish to THANK all Friends and Members of Lodges and the Societies for their kind messages of sympathy in their recen't THE FAMILY of the late Mrs. M. Brlslan. Wooloowin, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sym pathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. M. BYRNE, MISS DOWNEY, MISS GRETTA BYRNE, THANK relatives and all kind friends who In any way sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. R. BULLING and Family, of Camp Hill, wish to THANK relatives and friends, employees of D. Knox and Sons, and officers and members of Perseverance Lodge, No. 54, Masonic Lodge, No. 263, for messages and cards and floral tributes in their recent and sad and sudden bereavement. Please accept this as our sincere and personal thanks. The FAMILY of the late George Edwards, of Stephens Road, South Brisbane, wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for floral tributes and expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. MR. JOHN GNATZ and FAMILY wish to THANK all Relatives, Rev. B. A. Arnold, and their numerous friends for their wonderful sympathy and help In their sudden bereave ment. Please accept this as our personal Thanks. MR. & MRS. E. V. HAMBLETON, Eldon Road, Indooroopilly, sincerely THANK Relatives and kind friends for floral tributes and expres sions of sympathy In their recent sad ber eavement. MRS. S. HENDERSON and FAMILY desire to THANK relatives, and all friends for their expressions of sympathy, cards, letters, and telegrams, in the death of her beloved Son, and their Brother, Colin, killed on active service. Kindly accept this as our personal thanks. L/SGT. G. LAUDER (A.I.F., abroad) and MRS. LAUDER. 103 Park Road, Wooloowin, desire to THANK Relatives and all Friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, and letters in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our per sonal Thanks. MR. and MRS. F. W. SMITH and SON WILLIE, of Ithaca Street, Normanby, wish to THANK all Relatives. Friends, Rev. Father O'Hare. and Ambulance for their kind ex pressions of sympathy, floral tributes, letters, and cards In their1 recent sad bereavement through the loss of their Son and Brother, Leslie L. Smith, Sub-Ambulance, of Kempsey. MRS. A. T. TOWNSEND and FAMILY desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives, doctors, sisters, and nurses of ward four, General Hospital, for messages, cards, and floral tri butes during their recent sad loss. MR. & MRS. TREGARTHEN, Arthur and Geoff, desire to THANK all friends for their kind letters of sympathy In the loss of their Son and Brother. Please accept this as our personal thanks. ? FUNERAL NOTICES BEITZ, Mrs. Ella Helna.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. E. A. Beltz and Family, of Robert Street. Southport, are respectfully advised that their beloved Wife and Mother, Ella Helna Beitz, passed away last evening, following an accident, The Funeral will leave the residence, Southport, To-morrow (Sun- day), at 3 o'clock, for Southport Cemetery. GUARDIAN FUNERAL SERVICE. BROWN.— The Relatives and Friends of Thomas Brown, late 15th Battalion, A.I.F., are In vited to attend his Funeral, to move from the Funeral Parlour, 537 Stanley Street, South Brisbane, This (Saturday) Forenoon, at 10 o'clock, to the Toowong Cemetery. BRIS BANE UNDERTAKERS PTY., LTD. CHATTERTON.- The Funeral of the late Sophia E. Chatterton, Widow of the late Horace Chatterton, will leave the residence of her Daughter, Mrs. C. O. Philpott, 37 Abbot St., Ascot, This (Saturday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Lutwyche cemetery. JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Directors. HALL.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. W. P. Hall are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, Walter (Wally) Per- cival Hall, to leave his late residence, No. 37 Nudgee Road, Hamilton, This (Saturday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Nundah ceme- tery. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD., Funeral Directors. HALL. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. William Hall, sen., and Family, of Redland Bay, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Son and Brother, Walter Percival Hall, to leave his late resi- dence, 37 Nudgee Road, Hamilton, This (Saturday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Nundah Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD.. Funeral Directors. HARRISON. — Members of Nambour Town and Maroochy district bands are Invited to at tend the Funeral of their, late Bandmaster, Peter Harrison, to move from St. John's Church of England, Nambour, on conclusion of service commencing . at 3 p.m. This day, for the Nambour Cemetery. E. C. THOMAS. Funeral Director, Nambour. KENNY, Mr. John, 387 Boundary Street, City.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. John Kenny, formerly of Yeppoon, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to leave St. Stephen's Cathedral, at 10 a.m. on Monday, for Toowong Cemetery. GUARDIAN FUNERAL SERVICES. LACY.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. J. (Dudley) Lacy, Mr. and Mrs. H. Weeks, Mrs. A. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Egert and Families are in vited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather. James Lacy, to move from his late residence, 27 Costin Street, Valley, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. ALEX GOW, Funeral Director. LACY.— Loyal Hope of the Valley Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F. The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of Bro.- James Lacy, to move from his late residence, 27 Costin Street, Valley, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. G. W. A. Munro, Sec retary. O'CONNELL, Mrs Fanny. — The Funeral of Mrs. Fanny O'Connell. of 76 Merthyr Road. New Farm, .relict of the late D. D. O'Con nell, of Mt. Morgan, will move from the Holy Spirit Church, Villlers Street, New Farm, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, to Toowong Cemetery. Mass' commences at 6.30 a.m. K. M. Smith. B2695. RICHARDS.— The Relatives and - Friends of Mrs. A. A. Richards and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Hus band, and their Father, Mr. Albert Alfred Richards, to leave his late residence, 'Hall- barton.' Durham Street. St.' Luclai This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery, CANNON -fc CRIPPS. LTD., Funeral Directors. RICHARDS — Pride of Windsor Lodge, No. 73. M.U I.O.O F. Officers and Members of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their late Bro. Albert Alfred Richards, to leave his late residence, Durham Street, St. Lucia, ^Thls iSaturday) Afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery. C. B. Smith, Secretary. TODKILL, ' Mrs. Elizabeth A.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Todkill, of Loganholme, are invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the Funeral Chapel, Wlckham Street, Valley, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 3.45 o'clock, to Toowong ceme tery. K M. SMITH, B2695. TRITTRUF.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. F. M. Trlttruf and Family, of Wamuran, arc Invited to attend the Funeral of her be loved Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Henry Lamb Trittruf, to move from the Church of England, Cabool ture, on conclusion of Service, commencing at 1.40 p.m., This (Saturday) Afternoon, for the Caboolture Cemetery. ALEX. GOW, Fune ral Director.. ?