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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS

Approaching Marriages and Engage- ment notices must be signed by the two persons concerned, Birth notices by one of the parents, unless other- wise authenticated, and Marriages,   Deaths, and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines 3/-; 1/3 each additional. BIRTHS   ANDERSEN.— At Nurse Waters' Pri- vate Hospital, to Ivy and Dick — a daughter. Both well. Thanking Nurse Waters and Dr. Elix.   ATKINS (nee Naughton). — On June 21, at Henley Private Hospital, to Mavis and Eddie — a son (Gregory David).   BRADFORD.— At Murray Bridge, to Pat and Clem — a son. Thanking Dr. Heddle and staff. BRANCH (nee Ruediger).— At Me- morial, on June 22 — a son (Stephen Richard). Thanking all in attend- ance. BRICE (nee Caldicott).— On June 23, at Calvary Hospital, to Betty and   George — a son. Thanking Dr. Lower.   CAVE. — On Tuesday, June 20, at Peterborough Soldiers' Memorial Hos- pital, to Mary, and Laurie — a daugh- ter. Thanking Dr. Myers and nur- sing staff.   COLBEY.— At Mt. Barker Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, on June 14, to Joan and Tom — a daughter (Lesley.     Joan). COLLINS (nee Forrester). — On June 21, a daughter was born to Mary and Fred at Henley Private. Thanks to all in attendance.   COOPER (nee Dobson). — To Joy and Les, on June 21 — a son (Leslie Allan). Both well. Thanking Dr.     Hussey and staff at Rowan.   DOCKING (nee Barber).— On June   21, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Shirley and Snow — twin daughters. Thanking all in attendance. GODFREY.— At Henley Private Hospital, on June 22, to Ruth and Ron— a daughter (Lynette Anne). Thanking Dr. Fotherlngham and all in attendance. GOLDSACK. — On June 21, at Unley Private Hospital, to Flora and Ken — a son. No visitors six days. GRIFF (nee Solomon). — June 19, at McBride Hospital, to Zara and Ben   — a daughter (Vivienne Kaye). GRUND.— On June 11, at Q.V.M.H., to Dolly and Louis — a son (Louis John). Thanking all in attendance. GULLY. — On June 22, at Henley Beach Private Hospital, to Ess. and Merve — a daughter (Anne). Thank- ing all in attendance. HERREEN (nee Tems). — On June 21, at Q.V.M.H., to Mary and Mart — a daughter (prem.). Both well. INGHAM (nee Sherman). — On June 17, at Memorial Hospital, to Iris and Ralph — a daughter (Barbara Lesley). LEWIS (nee Cookson). — On June 17, at Q.V.M.H., to Joyleen and Stan — a daughter (June Melva). Thank- ing Nurse Levent. LUDLOW.— On June 22, at Emer- gency Hospital, Mile End, to Joy and Bob — a daughter. Thanking Dr.   Downing and hospital staff. MITCHELL (nee Fullarton). — On June 21, at Mile End Emergency, to Jean and Ron — a daughter. Both well. MORRISON.— On June 23, at   Kiverton Park, to Von and Lionel — a son (Douglas). Only lived three hours. MORTON (nee Henderson). — On June 13, at Cleve Hospital, to Ina and Albert — a daughter (Elizabeth Montgomery). NELSON.— On June 22, at Memorial Hospital, to Daphne and Clarry — a son (Peter James). Thanking all in   attendance. NIEHUS.— On June 18, at Q.V.M.H., to Gwenda and Kevin — a son (Kevin Robert). Thanking all in attendance. O'BRIEN (nee Webber, Allenby   Gardens). — On June 21, at Kadina Community Hospital, to Shirley and Allan — a son (Barry Allan). Both   well. ROWE (nee Graham).— On June   19, at Stirling District Hospital, to Peg and Albert — a son (Peter John). RUSSELL (nee Soar). — On June 22, at Mile End Emergency Hospital, to Bett and Tim— a son (Neill William). Special thanks to Dr. Forthingham   and staff. SCHWARZ (nee O'Donnell).— On June 22, to Nancy and Rex — twin boys. All well. Thanks to Dr. Hill and hospital staff. SHINN.— On June 22, at Calvary Hospital, to Marie and Bill— twin sons. Thanking all in attendance. SLATER (nee Hanton). — On June 20, at Pinnaroo S.M. Hospital, to Roma and Harold— a son, Edwin (Jack) Ladson. — STAINER (nee Healey). — On June 17, at Kiverton Park Private Hospi- tal, to Ella and Laurie — a son (Rod-   ney Wayne). Thanking Dr. McIntosh,   Matron White and staff.   SWEET (nee Lines).— On June 19,   at the Q.V.M.H., to Helen and Ern— a daughter (Barbara Marilyn).   Thanking doctor and staff. TICKLE (nee Macklin-Shaw).— On June 17, at Clare and District Hospi- tal, to Stella, wife of R. J. Tickle, Mintaro — a son (Melvin Ellis). TIMMS (nee Hunter). — On June 21, at Port Pirie, to Muriel and Harold —a daughter (Karen Rae).     BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the undermentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birthday League. All communications regarding birth- days in this column must be ad-   dressed to the Lay Superintendent. Minimum insertion fee, 2/6. 24th JUNE Mr. John Irvine, c/o Native Medical School, Borani, New Guinea. Mrs. T. D. Grillett, Duncan street, Wallaroo. Roger Grillett, Duncan street, Wal-   laroo (7 years). Mrs. L. Thompson, 98 Henley Beach road, Mile End. Joan Magdalene Zerk, Lyndoch. Mrs. W. J. Hill, Burmsley, 25 Alice street, Rosewater. 25th JUNE Rosemary June Simmons, Warwick av., Toorak Gardens. Annette Trimper, Box 74, Berri. Mrs. Emily Jane Poole, Bowman Buildings, King William street, Adelaide MARRIAGES GROCKE — HOLZBERGER. — The wedding was celebrated in Loxton, on June 17, of Kathleen Rebacca, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Holz- berger, Mannum, River Murray, to Paul Benno, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Grocke, Clare. HARRY — CARTY.— On June 10, at Flinders Street Baptist Church, the marriage was solemnised between Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Carty, and Allan, eldest son of Mr. G. Harry, of Adelaide. PERRIAM — PATTINGALE. — The   marriage of Harold, twin son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Perriam, and Agnes, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Pattingale, was solemnised on April 22, at Unley Methodist Church. SELLAR — ABRAHAM.— The mar- riage of Ann, eldest daughter of Mrs. Abraham and the late Mr. Abraham, Adelaide, to Ross Milton, second son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sellar, Black Forest, was quietly celebrated in St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, on June 3. Father B. Bowler officiated. 69th Wedding Anniversary FRY.— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fry, of Williamstown, wish to announce the     69th anniversary of their wedding, solemnised at Wirrabara Forest, June 25, 1881, by Rev. W. Jarrett. RUBY WEDDINGS GRIMES.— Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Grimes, Crafers, have pleasure in announcing the 40th anniversary of   their wedding, solemnised at the Church of the Epiphany, Crafers, June 25, 1910, by the Rev. L. T. Maund. SILVER WEDDINGS LANGFORD — WOODHOUSE.— Mr. and Mrs. W. Langford, of Snowtown, have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their wedding, solem- nised at the Lochiel Methodist Church, on June 24, 1925. Rev. J E. Tregilas officiated. Approaching Marriages ABRAHAM— SCANLON.— The mar- riage of Teresa, daughter of Mrs. M. Abraham and the late Mr. I. Abra- ham, to Fredrick, son of Mr. H. C. Scanlon and the late Veronica Scan-   lon, will be solemnised at St. Pat- rick's Church, Grote street, on July 1, at 6.30 p.m. BEAUMONT — ATKINSON. — The marriage of Joan, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Beaumont, Mc- Laren Vale, of Keith, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Atkinson, of Stir- ling West, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist Church, on July 1 at 3.30 p.m. BLOTT — DUNSTALL.— The mar-   riage of Brenda E., younger daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Blott, 'Glengarry,' Myponga, to William G., second son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dunstall, Normanville, will be solem- nised at Pirie Street Methodist   Church, on Saturday, July 1, at 6.30 p.m. POHN — SCHOLZ. — The marriage of Marjory F., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bohn, of Minnipa, to Maurtce C., son of Mrs. and the late Mr. C. H. Scholz, of Yaninee, will be solemnised in the Minnipa Hall, on   Wednesday, June 28, at 2.30 p.m. All   relatives and friends are invited to   ceremony and reception. _    

Approaching Marriages   COOPER— DOYLE.— The marriage   of Edna Joyce, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cooper, of May- lands, to Alan William, youngest son   of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Doyle, of Glen-   innes, N.S.W., will be solemnised at   Kent Town Methodist Church, at 6   p.m., on July 1.   NAYDA — JONES.— The marriage of   Joan Fay, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Jackman, of Brompton   Park, to Rex Daryl, youngest son of   Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones, of Beulah Park, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, Ade- laide, at 6 p.m. OPIE — LEAHY.— The marriage of Mercia, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Opie, of Semaphore, to Raymond, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Leahy, of Croydon, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church,   North terrace, July 1, 7 p.m. PALMER— BRENTSON.— The mar- riage of Elaine, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Palmer, of New Kingston, to Ross, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Brentson, of South Alberton, will be solemnised at Wood- ville Methodist Church, on July 1, at 6.30 p.m. SICKERDICK — GRANEY. — The marriage of Margaret Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Sicker- dick, of Mannum, to Michael Wil- liam, third son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Graney, of Milang, will be solemnised   at St. Andrew's Church, Mannum, on Saturday, July 1, at 3.30 p.m. SPRINGBETT— BELL.— The mar- riage of Margaret, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Springbett, to Robert, only child of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. J. C. Bell, will be solemnised at the Williamstown Methodist Church, on July 1, at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony.   TIPPETT — MURPHY.— The mar-   riage of Dorothy, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tippett, of North Richmond, to Robert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. H. Murphy, of Torrensville, will he solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on July 1, at 6.30 p.m. WILSON— GOBELL. — The marriage of Irene, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wilson, of Magill, to Perc, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gobell, of Montacute, will be solem- nised at St. Aldan's Church of Eng- land Payneham, on July 1, at 6 p.m. ZANKER — KINNEAR.— The mar-   riage of June Ellenor, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Zanker, of Largs Bay, to Vincent Daniel, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kinnear, of Cheltenham, will be solemnised at St. Margaret's Church of England, Woodville, on July 1, at 5 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS ALTSCHWAGER — PELGRAVE.— The engagement is announced of Mary Colleen, youngest daughter of   Mrs. and the late Mr. H. Altschwager, of Barmera, to Albert Lloyd, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. Pel- grave, of Torrensville. ATTIWILL — ZIPPEL.— Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Attiwill, of Mount Gam- bier, wish to announce the engage-   ment of their only daughter Adele, to Kenneth, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Zippel, of Mudamuckla, West Coast. BRUCKMANN — GURSANSKY. — The engagement is announced of Mary Rhonda, youngest daughter of Mr. B. Bruckmann, of Murray Bridge, to Lloyd Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Gursansky, of Nuri- ootpa. BYRNE— CAULFIELD.— The en-   gagement is announced of Margaret Veronica, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Byrne, of Lameroo, to Thomas John, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. W. Caulfield, of Glad-   stone.   CASSON — SCOTT. — The engage-   ment is announced of Betty June, daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. L. R. Casson, of Fullarton, to Robert Keith, the eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. Scott, of Fullarton Estate. ELLIS — MURRIN.— The engage- ment is announced of Margaret Ellen, second daughter of Mrs. M. Ellis and the late Mr. Ellis, of Hyde Park, to Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Murrin, of Adelaide. GEAKE — DAVEY.— The engage- ment is announced of Maureen Joy, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Geake, of Prospect, to Jeffrey Mayfield, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Davey, of Rockleigh, Ardros- san. GRIFFITHS — LINES. — The engage- ment is announced of Clarice, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Grif- fiths, of Croydon Park, to Lance, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lines, of Pennington. HATELEY— SCHENKE. — The en- gagement is announced of Margaret, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hateley, to Gordon, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Schenke, both of Jervois. JURY — SCRIVENER— The en- engagement is announced of Mavis, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Jury, of Hectorville, to Bruce, sec- ond son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Sri- vener, of Campbelltown. KUCHEL— TURNER.— The engage- ment is announced of Mavis A., sec- ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kuchel, of Murray Bridge, to Frede- rick A., second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. G. H. Turner, of Brompton. LAWRENCE— DOSHER.— The en- gagement is announced of Elsie, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Lawrence Sydney, to Tony, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dosher, of Witton, Middlesex, England. McCABE— FULLGRABE.— The en- gagement is announced of Lorraine Dawn, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McCabe, Gawler, to Ed- ward Robert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fullgrabe, Crafers. O'BRIEN — BOSWELL.— Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Brien, of South Road Es- tate, wish to announce the engage- ment of their only child Eileen, to Malcolm, the only son of Mrs. L. Bos- well, Potts Point, Sydney. ROGERS— UNDERWOOD.— The en gagement Is announced of Rosa, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. E. Rogers, and the late Mr. E. Rogers, of Mile End. to Ray. third son of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Underwood, of Mannum. SANDERS— SPURR.— The engage ment is announced of Jean Elizaueth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. San ders, Kensington Gardens, to Thomas George, son of Mr. L. A. J. and the late Mrs. Spurr, Erlndale. SANDERY — UNDERWOOD.— Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sandcry. of Kil kenny, wish to announce the engage ment of their only daughter Lorraine Claire, to William Kevin, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Underwood, of Woodville. ? DEATHS ARNOLD.— On June 21, at his resi dence, Woodville road, Woodville, Albert Louis Arnold. Aged 70 years. BATTEN.— On June 23. at Adelaide. George Henry Alfred, beloved husband of Lily Batten, of 8 Manton street, Hindmarsh. Aged 54 years. BROOKS.— On June 33. at his resi dence. Jamestown, David Thomas, beloved husband of Winifred Break spear Brooks, and loving father of Gordon and Margaret. BROOKS.— On June 23, at James town. David Thomas Brooks, belocc son of Mrs. F. Brooks and brother of Elliott I deceased). Stan. Olive. Hilda. Jess (deceasedi, Elsie and Melva. BUTTERFIELD. — On June 23, at her late residence. 56 Eanelagh street. Woodville Park. Dorothy Frances, be loved wife of James William Butter field and loving mother of Mervyn and grandmother of John. CARPENTER.— On June 23. at R.A.H.. Dearly b'eloved wife of Roby Carpenter. Peacefully at rest. DAVIDSON-CHISHOLM.— On June 23. at her daughter's residence, Mrs. J. O'Leary. 'Gumlce.' St. Bernard's roaa. Magill, Annie Lyali Davidson Chisholm. Aged 88 years. DIXON.— On June 23 isuddenlyi. at her residence. 93 Cumberland avenue. Cumberland, Elizabeth Jane, the dearly beloved wife of William uixon. and loving mother of Lily and Dorric. A3ed 67 years. DODDRIDGE. — On June 22. at hos pital ireult of accident). Harold Robert Dodaridge. of Church road, uiaglll, dearly loved husband of Mar garet Emily Doddridge and loving father of Joyce I deceasedi. Philp. Dorothy and Rita. Aged 46 years. DOWY.-On June 17. at Kingston, Robert James, dearly beloved fathei of Rube, father-in-law of Charles and grandpa of Maureen and Dawr Peterson. Curramulka. EATON.— On June 21. at Northam W.A..,the beloved father or Horric Mt. Barker. S.A.. father-in-law ol Joyce and grandpa of Kaye and Peter At rest. FLINT.— On June 19. at Repatria tion Hospital. Sprlngbank, Ernesl Edwin Flint, of 309 Gllles street. Ade- lalde. and late of W.A.. and 10th Aust Light Horse Regt.. First A.I.F. Agec 67 years. Resting. GOWLAXD ? On June 23. at his re sidence. 57 Emilie street. Seftor Park, William James Page, belovec husband of May and father of Iris Daintry and Ashley. A?ed 82 years . Late of Mount Torrens. GUINANE— On June 23 at their residence 6 Vinracc street Adelaide,   Annie, dearly beloved wife of the late Patrick Guinane and loved mother of:   Margaret, Ann, Mary, Nell, Kathleen and Patrick (deceased). Requiescat     in pace.   - JOHNS. — On June 23. at his rest i Hence, fi Chevalier street. Prospect I Laurence, beloved husband of Editl i Johns and lovinc father of Winifred David and Robert.

DEATHS     JOHNS. — On June 23, at his resi lence, Chevalier street, Prospect.   Laurie, beloved brother of Ern and   Reg.   JONAS.— On June 22, at Adelaide.   Marcus William, the beloved husband   of Nellie Maud Jonas, of 180 Chapple street, Broken Hill, and loving father   of Jack. Aged 44 years.   KERLEY.—On June 23, at his resi-     dence, 81 Percy street, Prospect (sud- denly), William Gordon (Frosty), late   husband of Bernice Mary Kerley, late father of Effie and John, grandfather of Douglas, Lorraine and Ross. Aged 57 years. LOCK. — On June 23, at his resi- dence, Bridgewater, Alfred Lock, late S.A.R. Aged 93 years.   MARCH. — On June 22, at her rc..i denct. 70 V.ctoria street. Prospect. Mary Beatrice, loved wile of Edjar Laurence Match and loving nrotner of James Isubcl (Mrs. C. Ruthi. ' Nonie iMrs. H. Nevillci. and Laurie. Ascd 62 years. Rcquiescat in pace. MATTEL — On June 23. at hospital. Rose, beloved wife ol Anthony Mat tei. of 170 Park terrace, Wayville and loving mother ol Kathleen, Mary. George, Amelia. Michael. Arthur, Ade.c and Paul.ne. Aged 69 years, j Al rest. I McKEEVOK.— On June 23. at pri vate hospital. Rosetta Lucinda McKeevor. of 14 Kintore avenue. lro.--pect. loved daughter of the late Michael and Martha McKeevor. of 42 Fourth avenue. St. Peters, and loving sister of Amy iMrs. Maurice Murphy) and loved aunt of Kathleen, Patricia, Emmett and Colleen. Re quicscati in pace. MEGOW.— On June 23. at hospi tal. Mary Eliza iBomi Megow. late of Kandahar Crescent, Reade Park, wife al the, late William August Megow, loving mother of Daisy and Fred and beloved grandmotlter of 6 grandchildren and 7 greatgrand children. Aged 82 years. At rest. MUTCH, Argus William.— Beloved lusband of the late Emily Jane Mutch, died suddenly on June 3. as a ' result of a motof accident in Johan- i nesburg South Africa. Left Australia 48 years ago. Barn in Adelaide 1870. Inserted by his grandchildren Fred, Grace and Ruby Williams, 34a Booy sens road, Booysens. Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. O'DONOGHUE.— On June 23, at private hospital, Margaret O'Donog hue, of 18 Clark street, Norwood, be loved third daughter of the late Timothy and Margaret O'Donoghue. Aged 63 years. Requiescat in pace. O'LOUGHLIN. — On June 23, at Kapunda Hospital. Anne, loved wifei of James John O'Loughlin. and loving , mother of Fred, Bill. Mary. Pal. Anne. Jack, Frank. Eileen. Kath, and Dorie. Aged 77 years. R.I.P. PARKER.— On June 22. at. her re sidence. 125 Mead St., Largs. Mary Tubb widow of Edward Parker, late of Light Service, and the loving mother of Hetty (Mrs. W. Sangster), John. Jim. Charlie. Alex. Mary (Mrs. H. Denton), Walter, Bill. Fred and. Harry also Richard and Lillian (de-i ceased I. A wonderful mother. At rest. Aged 89 years. QUIXN.— On June 22. Maria, be loved wife of the late Hugh Francis Quinn and loved mother of Kate, i Mabel. Ruby. Walter. Francis. Cyril..) Hilda and Stan (deceased). Aged 84 1 years. R.I.P. I HUGLESS.— On June 23. at his! residence, 14 Rose street. Glenelg.j Charles, dearly beloved husband of I Elsie Annie Rugless and loving father! of May, Elva. Leonard. Colin and | John., Ased 84 years. j RYMILL.— On June 23, at 34 Brougham place. North Adelaide, Madeleine Florence (Madge ), only   daughter of the late F. W. and M. A. Rymill. Privately interred.   STEPHENSON.— On June 23, at Aldgate, May, the dearly beloved wife   of George Stephenson and loving mother of Dorothy (Mrs. L. Craigie), Phillis and Muriel (Mrs. R. Sullivan,   W.A.). Aged 71 years. Resting.   STRACHAN.— On June 22. at Man-| num. Sarah Mary, of Victor Harbor, beloved wife of the late Arthur Henry Strachan, of Milang, and loving mother of Jack (Port Augusta). Ar thur (Victor Harbor). Doug (Port Pirie). Aged 74 years.     STRICKLAND.— On June 22. at private hospital. Emma, beloved wife of the late Douglas Strickland, lov ing mother of Leonard J. and William and grandmother of Joan, Jean,   Douglas and Graham, late of St. Lawrence avenue, Croydon. Aged 87 years.   WARREN ? On June 18. at hospi tal. Henry Robert (late of Edith burgh), beloved brother of Mrs. A.! Trebilcock. Woodville, Mrs. A. Bird. I Adelaide, Mrs. J. Hewton, W.A. Loved : and respected Jby all. WHITTERS.— On June 22. at a pri-j rate hospital. Glenelg. Gladys ..Alma, | dearly beloved wife of William John: Whltters, of 22 Osmond St.. St. Leon- 1 ards. and loving mother of Pauline and Jacqueline. WILES.— On June 23. at hospital. Harold Albert, beloved husband or Marie Emma Wiles, of 35 Burwood avenue. Nailsworth, and father of Vida (Mrs. E. C. Harrlsi and Norman (deceased). Aged 85 years. YOUNG.— On June 21 (suddenly), at Edinburgh. Scotland. Andrew Douglass, loved husband of Elsie (deceased). loving father of Andrew ide'ceasedl. Ruby, Donald and Mur ZEITZ.— On June 23. at his resi dence. 45 Davenport terrace, Way ville. Hermann Ernest, beloved hus band or Alice Zeitz and loving father of Elza. Bob and Kathleen. Heroes Of The Empire 'At the going down of the sun and In the morning we will remember them.' ARMSTRONG.— In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Bob. and his pals. Arthur Jones. Arthur Medlin and Claude Bailey, who were killed .whilst P.O.W.. June 24. 1944. — Ever remembered by parents, brother and sisters. BAILEY. — Treasured memories still remain of our dear son and brother. Claude, lost his life June 24, 1944, while P.O.W. Also his pals. Arthur. Bob and Arthur. — Loved and remembered by his loving mother and family. BATEMAN. Flt-Sgt. George Wil liam. — In ever loving memory of our dear son and brother. George, who lost his life over France on June 25. 1944. One of God's best; always in our thoughts. — Mum. dad. sisters and brothers, and son Donald. BEVAN. — In loving memory of our dear son. Pte. Len. killed in action In Syria. June 24, 1941; A golden memory, silently kept. Of our dear son Len we will never forget. — Always remembered by his loving mum. dad. BEVAN. Pte. Len. 2/3rd M.G.— Cherished memories of dear Len. A tender chord of memory Is softly touched today. Lord. —Always remembered by brother, sister-in-law, niece, Harold. Inlz and Gall. BEVAN. Pte. Len. 2/3rd,M.G — Treasured memories of dear Len. A leaf In the book of memories Is gently turned ? today. Lord. — Longed for by his sister Joan, Max. Maxine and Doug. BEVAN. — In loving memory of Len, died of wounds. Syria. June 24. 1941. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. —Always remembered by Roy, Jean, Mrs. Magor and family. BEVAN. Pte. Len.— In loving memory of our brother, died ol wounds. Syria. 1941. .We cherish all the memories Of a brother we loved so much. — Remembered always by Bonnie and Reg and children. BEVAN. — In loving memory of my brother Len. killed In action, June 24. 1941, Syria. Years are quickly passing. But memories arc everlasting. — Always remembered by sister Phyl. BEVAN. — In loving memory of our dear brother Len, died of wounds. Syria. 1941. A thought today, a memory for ever. — Always remembered by his brother Ken. Barbara and Leonard. CARLYLE. — In loving memory ol our dear brother. W.O. iHughi Hubert Groree. killed in air opera tions over France, June 25. 1944. CURTIS. Max. late R.A.A.F. — In lovinc. memory of our dear son and brother. Always In our thoughts. — Mother, dad and family. ELLIS. — To the sacred memory ol SX8486 SRt. J. W. Ellis i'Earle'), Armorer. 2 '3rd M.G. Bn.. torpedoed off Nagasaki. June 24. 1944. Deep in our hearts there's a memory, — Father, mother and Alan. FRIDLINGTOX.— In loving memory of dear Jack, died June 24. 1944.— Inserted bv his parents. FRIDLINGTON. J. C— In lovlnp memory of my dear brother Jack passed away June 24. 1944. whili P.O.W. in Japanese hands. — Ever re membered by Avis. Len. FR'DLINGTON.— In loving mem ory nr Jack, who lost his life whilsl P.O.W. near Japan. June 24, 1944 — Inserted by Doris and Ken. JENKINS. — In loving memory o Rop. R.A.A.F.. killed in South Africa Junp 25. — Alwavs remembered bj Auntie Ethel. Uncle Lps. Jack ani Tones, sxisoob. spr. a. b.— Lovini mpmories of our dear son and brother who Hied at sea, Junp 24. 1944. whIK P.O.W. in Japanese hands. — Ever re membered bv mother. Murray. Jacl ? land Flsti-r-In-l«w. Mona. JONES. — I.ovine memories of dea: 'Arthur, presumed to have lost his liti 'int sea. whilst P.O.W. In Japanesi . hands. June 24. 1044.— Loved am remembered always by Auntie Clara I .IONES, SX15008. Spr. A. B.— Ii [ loving memory of dear Arthur am i pals, who lost their lives ofT the coas I of Japtn. June ?4. 1944. — Always re membered by Uncle John. Auntli ? Daisy and cousin Mick. . KIDMAN. Fllpht Set.— Killed It i England. June 24. 1944. , In loving memory of TOBJ. —Mother and Dlb. ?

Heroes Of The Empire MEDLIN. — In lovinc memory of ur .son and brother Arthur, and lii.vc lals, Arthur, Bob and Claude, who J ost their lives June 24. 1944. while jf ?'s.O.W. with the Japanese. — Mother, lad. brothers and -sister. POWELL. SX20075. Dvr. M. A.— .ovinK memories of brother Alick, r lied of sickness. 105 A.G.H.. June 24. j, IH44.- Ever remembered by Daisy. \\ POWELL. Alick.- In fond memory, if Alick. who passed away. June 24. j 1944. I fears are passing. h But memories are everlasting. j —Remembered by Lucy. i rnil)K\i:.\. Jack.— In loving mem-| -ry of our dear son and brother, iresumed to have lost his life while 1 serving with the R.A.N.. June 24. 1944. — Always remembered by his ' nother. father, brothers and sisters.'1 SEERV. — In loving memory of Pat. ? Too dearly loved to be forRotten.— ? Inserted by mother, father and family.:, STAGG. — In loving memory of our : lear son. Eric. P.O.W.. lost at sea ! -tf Japan. June 24. 1944. 3olden memories, silently kept. Ever remembered by mother and ? lather. . STEVENS. Ray. Sgt. R.A.A.F.— In oving memory of our dear son and , jrother. who died of illness. June 24. 1942. — Always remembered by father, nother. brothers and sister. STEVENS. — In loving memory of ?lay. died of illness. June 24. 1942. . k'ou will always be remembered byi Jncle Ray. Auntie Olive and family, 'i Mdgatc.     TILBROOK. Max, P.O..— In proud, nemory of our son and brother. Max.; iost in air operations over France.1 June 25, 1944.— Ever remembered by': nis father and brother. WALKINGTON, W/O A. O. Treasured memories ol you, Allan,   Our morning thoughts, Our evening memories,   Of a great life given for us. —Inserted by mother and Dean. IN MEMORIAM   AHRNS.— Fondest memories of leur father and grandfather, who passed away June 25. 1948.   Always unselfish, thoughtful and kind; i K better father was hard to find. | —Ever remembered by daughterin law Amelia and grandchildren, Berri. ALUNGTON.— In loving memory. Dt our near mother, passed awayi June 24, 1947.— George. Tom and Vic! ALLINGTON. — In loving memory] of our dear sister Elizabeth, who Dassed away June 24. 1947. j Sweetest memories, fond and true. From those who thought the world of; you. —Inserted by lovins sisters. Laura and Jane. BEVAN. — In loving memory of our darling brother Len, died of wounds, June 24. 1941. Years are passing, but memories are everlasting. J; —Always loved and sadly missed by his sister Girlie. Geoff and boys. BKANDEN. — Memories of Carrie, loved sister of Laura (Mrs. Fuduey), much loved auniie of the twins (Bill and Bert), and Betty. ; Sad and sudden was the call. In nerfect peace she awaits us all. BARTLETT.— In loving memory of Neil, a dear friend and pal. who liaised away June 25, 1949.— Ever re- 1 nembered by Kelvin. BISHOP. Arthur. — Treasured memories of our dear husband and [other, who passed away June 26, 1948. So dear in memory. I —Ever remembered by his loving wifei and family. ' BLUCHER.— In loving memory or lear Otto and dad, who passed away June 24, 1946. , ; rime moves on, but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday; No words can say. no flowers repay. The loss we had four years today. —Ever remembered by his wife and family. J BLUCHER. — In loving memory ofj our near father, who passed away on June 24, 1946. , , Golden memories silently kept Of a wonaerful father we never forget. —Ever remembered by son Doug and daughter-in-law Edna. CAHILL. — In loving memories of my dear husband, who passed away June 24. 1948. Tears in my eyes do not glitter. My face is not always sad; ? But God alone knows how I long for. The wonderful husband 1 had. — I&serted by his loving wife Tillie.l CAHILL.— Cherished and loving memories of my -dear son-in-law. Jack who passed away June 24. 1948. He did his best in life for us And left us to remember. — Inserted by his loving motherin law. CAHill. — In loving memory of our dead dad and grandfather, who passed away 'June 24, 1948.— Ever re membered by Stella. Jack and Brian. Glenelg. CLARK.— In loving memory of dear Bob, who passed away June 24, 1949. You suffered so much, told so few. But one Who knew you wanted rest. Was God alone. He knew best. —Sadly missed by his loving mother, father, sister and brother. CLARK. — In loving memory or my darling brother Bob, passed away June 24. 1949. Not now. but in the coming years, it may be In the better land up there, some time we'll under stand. — Inserted by. Eileen, Fred and children. CLARK. — In loving memory of my dear brother Bob. who passed away June 24. 1949. — Always remembered by Henry. COCK.— In loving memory of mother, who passed away June 24, 1948.— Ever remembered by her son Howard. Betty, Joyce and Auntie Bessie. COOPER.— In loving memory of our darling babe, Judy, passed away June 25. 1940. Your memory is our keepsake From which we never part. God has you in His keeping; We have you in our hearts. — Lovingly remembered by mum and dad. COOPER. — In loving memory of darling babe, Judith Ann, passed June 25, 1949. Just a memory, true and tender. To show, dear Mary and Alick, we'll always remember. — Inserted by Edna, Roy and family. CREW. — In memory of my dear son Leslie (Tom), died June, 1937. We think of you in silence, With hearts that are sincere. And cherish all the memories Of days when you were near. — Saaly missed by his loving mother. CREW. — In loving memory of my darling brother Leslie (Tom), died June 24, 1937. A face we loved is missing, A voice we loved is still: A place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled. — Sadly missed by his loving sister Sarah. CURNOW (nee Alma Jacobs). — In loving memory of our dear daughter, who passed away June 25, 1944. We treasure still, with love sincere, mem ories of one we loved so dear. — Sadly missed by father and mother. CURTIS. — In fondest memory of Max, who passed away June 1947. — Always remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. Lorna and Ken. DALLY. — In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away June 24. 1946. Whatever else 1 full to do. I never fail to think of you. — In- serted by his loving wife. DALLY. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away June 24. 1946. A thought for today, a memory for ever. — Sadly missed by Herb. Myrt. and Nancy. DALLY.— In loving memory of our dear dad and grandpa, who passed away June 24. 1946. Not just today, but ex'ery day. In silence we remember. — Inserted by Clyde. Clarice and grandchildren. DALLY. — In memory of dear dad. who passed away June 24. 1946. — Always remembered by Bill. DALLY. — In loving memory oi dear father and grandpa, passed away June 24. 1946. Four sad, long years have passed away. But loving memories still remain. — Sadly missed by vour daughter Phyllis, son-in-law Jack and grand children. DENT.— In loving memory of my dear father, who passed awav on June 24. 1938. So dcarlv loved. —Inserted by his loving daughter Marjoric. DOWSETT. — In lovins memory ol dear Eddy, passed away June 26. 1943. Always a silent heartache. Many a silent tear; But always beautiful memories Of one we loved so dear. Sadly missed and longed for always. — Inserted bv his loving mother, little dauEhter Fay. and sister Lily. DOWSETT. — In loving memory ol our dear brother and Uncle Eddy oassed away June 26. 1943. Resting in God's garden of love. Where no shadows fall. — Always rememberpd by his brothei Ar'-'i'p Tiielma. Brian. EDGI.EY. — In lo- Ing memory ol dear ma and nar.na. Cherished memories are all we have left Of one of the kindest, truest' and best. —Inserted by Vi. Alf and girls. ?i GOLD. — In loving memory of deal . I little Jane, passed away June 24 . !«43. — Always remembered by mothci I and fader. GOSDEN.— In lovlna memory of oui ' dear dad and sranripa, who passed I j away on June 25. 1948.— Always re 1 membered by Frank. Gwen and Bruce. ' GOTTSII. — In remembrance ol 'brother Res. who passed away on June 25. 1949. 1 Without farewell he fell asleep. With Just a memory for us to keep, — Always remembered by Charlie, VI and nephew Ron. 4

? IN MEMORIAM ? , GOTTSII. — In lovins memory of ur brother Re?, who passed awayti une 25. 1949. . lot a day do we fowl you. In our heart* you are always near. Vc who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns (he first sad year. ;, -Inserted by Air. Ida, Mick. h GOTTSII.— In memory of our pal Ses. passed away June 25. Vitli so much to remember how could , we forget. ' -Eileen und Bill. ' GOTTSII. — In memory of our dear1 riend Reg. who passed away June 25. ' ' 1949. ! A thought for today. A memory forever. -Inserted by his pals Lloyd and Lyle Sicks i GREEX. Stan. — In loving memory! -r our dear husband and father, vho passed away June 24. 1948. — Mways remembered by his wife lessie and daughter Janet. GKEF.X. — In loving memory of Stan, who passed away June 24.'l948. 5ver remembered. — Inserted by gran. | Isabel and boys. ; GREEN. — In fond memory of Stan, who passed away June 24. 1948. 5ver remembered. — Inserted by Jean! ind Dean and family. GRIFFITH.— In loving memory or, iear Fred. A face we loved Is missing. A voice we loved is .still: A place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled. —Jack. Irene and family. GRIMSIIAW.— In loving memory )f our dear mother and grandma, liisscd away June 25. 1946. Dearer to us than words can tell Was the mother we loved so well. —Sadly missed by her son Bert, Sttle, Keith. GKOMLEY. Fisher.— In memory; if my dear mother, died June 25. ? 1940. Your memory our keepsake [or ever. — Inserted by Maude and: Harry. i IIARGRAVE. — In loving memory of! ny dear wire, who passed away lune 24. 1945. I have you In my memory. God has you in His care. —Ever remembered by husband Ern. IIARGRAVE. — In loving memory of; Jear mother, passed away June 24,' 1945. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. I —Ever remembered by Eileen and', Keith. ? ' HARGRAVE. — In loving memory of i Mir dear mother, who passed away; June 24, 1945. I Gone but not forgotten. —Always remembered by Roma. Cliff. HARGRAVE. — Loving memories of I iur dear mother, who passed away June 24. 1945. Its you rest in peaceful -sleep i tour memory we will always keep. —Always' remembered by Doug,, Coogan. Dickie and Pat. I HARRIS. — In loving memory of; jur dear husband and father, passed j away June 24. 1938. — Lovingly re-| membered by his wife Ruby and) family. HARRIS. — In loving memory of Jear father -.and grandpa, who passed away June 24. 1949. It does not need .a special day To bring you to our mind:* The days we do not think of you Arc very hard to find. —Sadly missed by Linda, Lou and ?randchildrcn. HARRIS. — In memory of dad,1* passed away June 24. 1949. Always1 in our thoughts.- -Remembered by, Alh. Eileen and !-irls. I IIEYHOE.— In fond remembrance: of my dear wife. Phyllis and loved1 mother. Gloria, Ruth and John, who passed away June 24. 1948. ' To live in the hearts of those we lea'e behind is not to die. —Jack. HEYHOE ? Cherished memories of my dear daughter. Phyllis, who passed away. June 24. 1949. , Sleep on, beloved, and take thy rest.' We loved you well, but Jesus loved you best. Good-night. ; — Inserted by her sorrowing mother,! A. Oates. j HEYHOE. — In loving memory of! Phyllis, who departed this life June 24. Loved by all who knew her. —Inserted by her friend, Elsie Camp bell. HEYHOE. — Loving memories of my sister, Phyllis, passed away June 24. 1949. Blessed are the pure of heart. for they shall see God. — Ever remembered by Doris. Bill; und family. ! IIEYHOE. — Loving memories ol Phyllis, who passed away June 24. j 1949. — Ever remembered by Russ and; Glen. ' HEYHOE.— In loving memory of Phyllis, who passed away June 24, 194D. — Ever remembered by Norma and Fred. HEYHOE.— Cherished memories of our dear niece Phvllls, passed away June 24. 1949. A little tribute, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. — Ever remembered by Lil and Alf. HEYHOE. — In loving memory of Phyllis, who passed away June 24, 1949. Too dearly loved to be for gotten.— Remembered by Alvlna and Harry. HEYHOE. — In loving memory of my dear sister Phyllis, who passed away June 24. 1949. Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept Of one we loved and shall never for get. — Ever remembered by her sister VI and brother-in-law Tom. HEYHOE. — In loving memory of dear Phyllis, who passed away one year ago today. Always In our thoughts. — Ever remembered by brother Bill, Burma. Roger and Colin. HEYHOE. — Fond memories of dear Phyllis, who passed away June '-A. 1949.— inserted by Will and Millie Cox. HODGINS. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 25. 1939. If all the world were mine to give, I'd give it. yes, and more. To see my darling mother's face Come smiling through my door. — Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Vic and Ruby. HOPKINS, Edna. — Loving memo ries of our dear mother, who fell asleep June 24. 1948. Time goes on, with many changes, Joy and sorrow, smiles and tears; But her memory we will cherish With the passing of each year. — Always remembered by her loving children. Ken. Elsie, Eileen, and son-in-law Len, granddaughter Shirley. HOPKINS. — In remembrance of mother, who passed away June 24. 1948. — Always remembered by Maur ice.- Cath, and family. HURRELL. — In loving memory ol my dear husband and rather, pa'ssed away June 24. 1948. Sadly missed. — Inserted by his loving wife and daughter Lola. HURRELL. Ernest Edward. — In lov ing memory of our dear dad and grandpa, who passed away June 34, 3948. Deep In our hearts cherished memories are kept. — Fondly remem bered by Thelma and Bert. Peter and HURRELL. — Fondest memories of dear dad. Ernest Hurrell. who left us June 24. 1948. Without farewell he fell asleep. Loving memories we shall always keep Of a loving father. — Always remembered by Greta and Ray. HURRELL. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Ernest E. Hurrell. who passed away on June 24. 1948. To be with us In the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. — For ever remembered by Lofna. Fulton and Fulton Jr. IIURRELL. — In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away June 24. 1948. I Years roll by but memories stay. — Always remembered by his son Gordon, daughter-in-law and grand children. IIURRELL. — In loving memory ol my dear father, passed away June 24. 1948. I often sit and talk of you. The things you used to say and do. And wonder why you had to die Without a chance to say goodbye. — Inserted by his loving son Trevor. IIURRELL. — Loving memory of our deur dad and grandpa, who passed away June 24. 1948.— Ever remem bered by Mulr. Elsie, grandchildren Cynthia. Mulr. Beverlcy. Barry. ISAAC. Eliza.— In loving memory ol my dear mother, who passed away on June 25. 1944. Unselfish, loving, gentle and kind. One of the best this world could find. — Ever remembered by her loving son Horace. , JCLLETT. — In devoted memory oi Ernest, who passed away June 24. 1943. beloved husband of Eva. loved father of Aubrey. Enid (Mrs. H. Gerickei. Evonne IMrs. V. McKcn ziei. As near and dear as yesterday. JOHNSON. — In loving memory ol dear Thelma, passed away June 24 1944. We treasure still with love sincere Memories of one we loved so dear — Inserted by her loving mother ant sisters. JOHNSON.— In memory of Thelma who passed away June 24, 1944. Fondest memories always. — The Bond family. JOLLY. — In loving memory of mj dear husband. Bert, who passed ani June 25. 1H48. ? Also dear Albert, on June 24. 1927 Not lust today, but every day In silence 1 remember. —Sadly missed by loving wire ant! mother. Gladstone. JOI.l.V. — Treasured mpmories ol our dear dad and granddad, passed ? inway at Gladstone. June 25. 1B48. jWe miss you. dad. and always will. Bui in our hearts you're with us still ! —Sadly missed by daughter Chris, | son-in-law Joe. and grandsons. ; JOLLY. — In loving memory or oui )dcad dad. who passed away on June ,25. 1948. .Beyond the catc our loved one | Finds happiness and rest. And there Is comrnrt in the thnuchl , That a Invlnc God knows best. .—Sadly missed by his lovinc son, I Ken, and daughter-in-law, Betty.

? IN MEMORIAM , JOLLY. — In loving memory of dad. -assed away June 25, 1948. ,o lust a token, true and tender. ]p Vo show, dear dad. I still remember. i —Missed always by loving son Les. I JOLLY.— In loving memory or dear; lad. who passed away June 25. 1948.! His love m- true, a heart so kind, - \ better father no onr could llnd. I —Always remembered by his son, Uyril. , dauRhler-ln-luw Marj. grand- I laughter Dc-lma. I KENNY.— In loving memory of i jur dear husband and father. WH-, liam Patrick, who passed away on I June 24. 1948.— Ever remembered by 1 Ills loving wife. Nellie, and daughter. ' Margaret. j KENNY. William Patrick.— In lov- c ing memrry ol my dear lather, who 1 passed away June 24. 1948.— Ever re- c inembereti by his daughter. Dorothy. ? r.ml grandson, Anthony. 1 KENNY.— In loving memory or . dad and grandpa, who passed awav, June 24, 1948. ' i( Out of suffering into rest. 1 In God's care for ever biassed. ] —Ever remembered by son. Ted. Edna, and girls. KlIltKXK. — In loving memory of - dear father and grandfather who passed away June 24. 1949. His lire was full or kindly deeds. A helping hand to all in need; A cheerful smile, a heart of gold. I The -finest dad that one could hold. —Ever remembered by daughter i P:Mila. son-in-law Eph.. and grand-( children. !' KUBENK.— In loving memory of ? our dear father and grandfather, who ' passed away on June 24. 1949. .' A cluster of loving memories. The fondest our hearts can frame; |i We will weave them into a garland And twine them around your name. —Always remembered bv Freda, Allan end grandchildren. ' KIIBF.NK.— In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, who passed away June 24. 1949. Your memory is our keepsake. From which we neyer part. God has you in His keeping. We have you in our hearts. —Always remembered by his loving brother Albert, sister-in-law and nieces. KL'BF.NK. — In loving memory of our dear rather, who passed away June 24. 1949. There is something in lire you cannot buy. A girt that Is rare and true. The girt of a wonderful father Like the one we had In you. — Always remembered by Ed, Edr.a and family. Tepko. LARSEN. — In loving memory or. Elizabeth Ellen, passed away four years today. When the world forgets. I'll still re member. — Inserted' by her loving husband Oskar. LARSEN. — In loving memory of Aunty Bess. — Ever remembered oy Laurie. Marjorie and children. LECKIE. — In loving memory of Ross, who passed away June 25, 1944. Peace, perfect peace. — Lovingly remembered by mother, father and family. LITTLE. — In loving memory of father, who passed away June 24. 1947. — Ever remembered by Perce. Bonnie and family. LOIIRMAN.— In loving memory of my dear husband. George, who passed away June 24. 1944. — Inserted by his loving wife. Adella. LO1IKMAN. — Memory of my rrieud. George, who passed away June 24, 1944. — Inserted by his friend. Stewart Jones. LONGWILL.— In loving memory of father, who passed away on June 24. 1949. — Ever remembered by his lov ing son Bern, daughter-in-law Nell and grandchildren. LONGWILL.— In loving memory of Harcus John (Herks). who fell asleep on June 24, 1949. beloved husband of May and father of Bernard and stepfather of Jean. Reg and Edna. Peacefully sleeping. ' LONGWILL.— In loving memory of our brother Hurks. who passed away June 24. 1949. — Always remembered by sisters. Dorothy, Ivy and Nellie. LONGWILL.— Treasured memories of my brother Harcus. who fell asleep without a farewell. June 24. 1949. — Remembered by his brother Roy, sister Rita, brother-in-law Hugo. LUNN.— In memory of our beloved son Perce. who lost ? his life while prisoner of the Japanese. — Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and brother. MAIN. — Treasured memories of Bill, accidentally killed Julie 25. 1945, at Chatn of Ponds. — Sadly missed by his loving wife Lisa. MAIN. — Fondest memories of dad. accidentally killed on June 25, 1945. — Anita and Herb. MAIN.— In loving memory of our friend BUI. who diec' 'une 25. 1945.— Always remembered by Eileen, Cyril. MAKINGS.— Loving memory of dear Ernest, who passed away on June 25. 1946. Nothing in my hand I bring. Simply to Thy Cross I cling. — Fondly remembered by his loving mother and family. MAKINGS.— In loving memory of Ernie, who passed away June 25, 1946. Peace, perfect peace. — Inserted by his sister Enid, Pat and children. MARLES. — In loving memory of gran passed away on June 23. 1949 Resting where no shadows fall. In perfect peace she awaits us all. — Ever remembered by Rita. Max and Mervyn Clark. Keith. MARSHALL. Christopher Robert.— In loving memory of our dear hus band and father, who passed away June 24. 1939. — Ever remembered by his lovinc wife and family. McDOWELL. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away June 25. 1944. Those who loved you never forget. Ever remembered by her loving daughter Toosey. son-in-law Bert, grandsons Howard, Dick, Lesley. MESECKE. — Fondest memories of dear mum and grandma, who passed away June 24, 1948. 8weet is your memory, dear Is your name. Deep in our hearts you will always remain. — Always remembered by her son Dolph, daughter-in-law Eileen, and Maureen. MESECKE. — In loving memory of dear mum. passed away June 24. 1948. Without farewell she fell asleep With Just a memory for us to keep. — Always remembered by daughter Ollv and Len. MITCHESON.— In loving memory of our dear mother and gran, who passed away June 24. 1946. 1 Forever in our thoughts. , — Sadlv missed by Elsie, Len, Brenda land Ken. I MITCHESON.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away June 24, 1946. Your memory Is our dearest treasure. To love and cherish for ever and ever. — Ever remembered by her loving daughter Beat. Clarrle. grandchil dren. MITCHESON.— In loving memory of our dear mother and gran, who passed away June 24. 1946. Sweet memories.— Always remembered by her loving son Bill, Olive and Fay. MITCHESON. — In loving memory of our dear mother and gran, who passed away June 24. 1946. A beautiful smile, a loving face. A broken link that we can never replace. —Sadly missed by her loving daugh ter Florrle. son-in-law Tom and grandchildren. MITCHESON.— In loving memory of mum and grandma, who passed away June 24. 1946. In God's care. —Inserted by Bell. Alf and grand children. MILNE. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed awav July 24. 1949.— Inserted by her 'loving daughters. Mrs. A. J. Roche and Mrs. W. McDonald. MORRISON. — In loving memory ot dear mother, who passed away June 24. 1940. Sweetest memories, fond and true. From those who thought the world of you. — Lovingly remembered by Flora. Gordon and Barry. MUGG.— Cherished memories of my dear husband Wlnton, passed away June 24. 1949. I am lonely dear without you And sad I am today: For life is not the sa'me to me Since you were called away. —Sadly missed by his loving wife Myrtle. MUGG.— Loving memories of dear dad and grandpa, passed away June 24. 1949. Sweet is your memory, dear Is your name, deep in our hearts you will always remain.— Remembered by ills son Ray. Audrey. Max. John. MUGG.— Loving memories of dear dad and grandpa, passed away June 24, 1D49. Golden memories .silently kept, of one we loved and will never forget.— Remembered by his daughter Verna. Nick. Malcolm. Trevor. NATION.— In memory ' of a dear husband and father. John Richard, passed away June 25. 1942. Thoughts of you we carry for ever. Wishing we still were all together. —Inserted by his loving wife and daughter Daphne. NELSON.— Loving memories of our dear husband and father, who passed ?away on June 25. 1945. Always re i membered.— Inserted by his 'loving , wife and daughters. NETTI.EIIECK.— In loving mem ory of Ray. accidentally killed June ?A wonderful friend gone to rest ? For each of us lie did his best. A love so true, a heart so kind: A belter pal no one could find. , --Remembered always by Matheson .! family. Snowtown. Allan, Pt. Broueh ton. i XEWBI'RV.— A tribute to the memory of Newy. who passee: away i June 24. 1949.— Ever remembered by George. ? XF.WBURV.— In loving memory ol Newy. who fell asleep June 24. 194D. 1 A thought each day, a memory for ifver. --Always remembered by HlTli, Fred, Ian and Christine.

? IN MEMORIAM N'EWBURY.— Fondest memories of ur dear husband anC rather, who asscd away June 24. 1949. Those we loved are always dear. Though they are no longer near. What tr lieeting time departs? ? They are with us in our hearts. -Sadly missed by his loving wife llsie and son Brian. NIXON. — In memory of my hus aml Horace, died June 24. 1938. testinE till we meet.— Inserted by .ire Lily. NIXON. — In loving memory of dad. lasscd away June 24. 1938.— Ever re nembered by daughter Thelma. son n-law Jack. O'LEARY.— Cherished memories of lear mum. who passed away June 24. 949. Your memory is as dear to lay as on that day you passed away. —Your loving son and duughteTln aw. Cecil and Dulcie. and grandson ohn. O'LOUGHLIN.— In loving memory if dear Noel, passed away June 24. 949. Aged six years. ! we could kiss your dear, sweet face. Or hear you laugh again, )r put our arms around you just for a while; But in our hearts we know we have you no more. Sadly missed. — Mum. dad. Bar -ara. Geoff. O'LOUGHLIN.— In loving memory if dear Noel, who vas called home in June 24. 1949. Aged six years. ,Ve miss you. Noel, we always will. Those who loved you love you still. .Vhatever else we fail to do. .Ve never fall to think of you. -Always remembered by Jack. Jaxine and children. PENGELLEY. Theo J.— Cherished ncmork's of our beloved husband ind daddy, who was parted from us lust a year ago. Precious memories to treasure For ever In an aching heart. —So sadly missed by his wife Eva, and little Kay. PEXGELLEY.— Cherished memories locked in our' hearts of our darling ion Theo. who rell asleep June 24. 1949. at Repat. Hospital. He is only sleeping and with the morn his angel face will smile. —Loved and longed for always, Mum ind Dad. PENGELLEY.— Memories of Theo. nrho passed June 24. 1949.— Remem- Dered by Mr. and Mrs. Pearson. PENGELLEY. — In loving memory -f dear Theo. who passed away June !4. 1949. Each time we look at his photo He seems to smile and say. Don't grieve, my dear ones, I am only sleeping: We will meet again some day. —Sadly missed by Auntie Bess, Uncle Bert and cousin Una. PENGELLEY.— Cherished memories }f our friend Theo. called to rest June 24. 1949. — Inserted by Alison ind Watty. PENGELLEY. — In loving memory -f Theo. passed away June 24. 1949. —Always remembered by Aunty Else ind Uncle Bill. PENGELLEY.— Sacred to the memory of our dearly loved sonin law Theo. who passed away June 24. 1949. A token of love and remembrance. Of one we shall never forget. His memory to us is a treasure. His passing a lifetime of regret. -Sadly missed by mum and Pop Butler. PENGELLEY — In loving memory »f our dear brother-in-law Theo. who passed away- June 24. 1949. — Re- membered always by Doris and Norm. PENGELLEY.— In loving memory pf Theo. who died June 24. 1949 ? Ever remembered by Aunty Lll and family. PENGELLEY.— In loving memory of Theo. who died June 24. 1949.— Golden memories silently kept. — Remembered by Aunty Hilda and Uncle Jack: PENGELLEY. — In loving memory of Theo. who died June 24. 1949. — Remembered always by Arthur, Joan, Pam. PRICE-BECK. — In memory of our darling baby Katrina. Always In our hearts. —Dad. Mom. grandma Hodge. PRICE-BECK.— In loving memory of my dear little niece. Katrina Leone, who passed away June 24. 1948. — Ever remembered by her Auntie Sophie and family. RICHARDS.— In loving memory of dear dad and granddad, passed away June 25. 1946. Also mother, passed away August 16. 1949. What we would give to see them smile. To talk with them and laugh awhile. To be together in the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Always remembered by Nug, Eva and grandchildren. RICHARDS.— In loving memory of our dear father, passed away June 25, 1946. As you rest in peaceful sleep your memory we will always keep.— Ever remembered by Les. Dawn and family. RICHARDSON. — In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away June 25. 1949. Beautiful memories silently kept Of a mother we loved and will never forget. — Inserted by Marjorie and Gordon. RICHARDSON. Lille Marie.— In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away June 25. 1949 I result ac cident). — Always remembered by her loving son Cllf. Melva and Bob. RYAN. D. R. — In loving memory of my dear departed brother, who passed away on June 24. 1948. Sweet is your memory, Denr is your name. Deep in my heart You will always remain. — Ever remembered by your loving brother and sister-in-law. SAWYER.— In loving memory ol our dear mother, who passed away at Port Pirie on June 24, 1943. We often sit and talk of you, The things you used to say and . do: And wonder why you had to die Without a chance to say goodbye. — Always remembered by her son Gor don and Elsie. SAWYER. — Loving memories of our dear grandmother, who passed away at Port Pirie. June 24, 1943. . As you He in peaceful sleep. Your memory we will always keep. — Always remembered by her grand danghters Edna and Jean. SCOTT. — In loving memory ol mother and Nannie. Beautiful memories never fade. — Sadly missed by Tom. Con, Nanetta, Ken. SHIELL. — In loving memory ol George, who passed away suddenly, on June 24. 1942. A tribute of love and affection To one we will never forget. —Inserted by Edith, Sam, Tess. Lillle and Les. STORER. — In remembrance ol mother, called home, June 25, 1927. Twenty-three years have now passed by. But love remains the same. Unheard, unseen. — Always remembered by Beryl, Edna. Jean. STUART. — In loving memory ol May. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. A loving little pal Just gone before —Sadly missed by Doris, Bill, Joar and Jill. THOMAS. — In loving memory ol our dear wife and mother, who passed away June 25. 1945. Golden memories silently kept Of one we loved and shall never forget — Ever remembered by her lovini husband Bill and family. ~' THOMAS.— A tribute of love ant sorrow to the memory of our dear!; loved sister Emma Thomas, whe passed to her eternal rest June 25 1949. — Inserted by her loving bro ther and sister Tom and Bertha. THOMAS. — In loving memory ol our dear Aunt Emma, who passee away June 25. 1949.— Inserted by hei niece and nephew Amy and Nelson Ever remembered. THOMAS. — In loving memory ol our dear Aunt Emma Thomas, wht passed away June 25. 1949. God's greatest gift, remembrance. — Inserted by her loving niece and nephew Jim and Bertha Laing. THOMAS. — In loving memory of oui dear daughter and sister Maud, wlic passed away June 25, 1945. Not just today, but every day, In silence we remember. — Alwavs remembered by her lovlnj father, sisters and brother. THOMAS. — In remembrance ol dear Mrs. Thomas, who passed awaj June 25. 1949. Sadly missed.— Anne. Anita and Amy. THOMAS. — Loving memories of oui dfiir mother-in-law and grandma who passed away at Prospect, Jun- 25. 1949. — Always remembered bj her lovinc; son-in-law Jim. grand daughters Mollle and Beryl. THOMSON. — In loving memory o; Allen, who passed away Junp 25 1947. Gone, but not rorgotten.— In- scried by his loving wife Han. THOMSON. — In loving memory ol our dear husband and dad Aller James, who passed away at Port Plrli June 25. 1947. Sweetest memories fond and true From those who thought the world o: you. —Remembered always by Han', Gwen Ron and grandchildren. TONKIN.— In loving memory ol our mother and grandmother, whe passed away June 23. 1947. To live In hearts we leave behinc is never to die. — Bettv. Phil and David. TURI.EV.— In loving memory o our dear mother, who passed am] June 21. 1949.— Remembered by BUI Blanche. Keith. Grace. Stan. Mar garet. Lucy and family. ' WALTON, William AHred.— It loving memory or my dear husband passed away June 24. 1948. A lov ing husband gonp to rest, for eacl of us lie did his best; golden memo' ries silently kept, or one we lovec and will never rorget.— Ever remem bered bv his wife Florence. WALTON.— In loving memory ol our dear father, passed away Jun- 24. M48. A wonderful father gone to rest. For each of us he did his best. God granted him sweet rest. —Remembered by Ray, Jean, Jenni fer. . ? „ 4 *

' FUNERAL NOTICES

VRNOLD.— THE FRIENDS of the Ibte .Mr. AlJlbRT LOUIS ARNOLD, . t Woodville road, Woodville, are ' especilully informed that his Re- - jalns were privately cremated on i R1DAY. 23rd June, at the West Ter ace crematorium. Rev. A. E. Vogt lliciated. I'KNGELLEY & KNABE LIMITED, Funeral Directors Oliice and Chapel 210 Rundle street. Phone W1328 ? 12 lines). IJATIEN.— THE FRIENDS of the L» late Mr. GEOHCfi H. A. BAT 'U.N i.ex British Imperial Somerset .i^ht Infantry) and MEMBERS of he HINDMAR&H SUB BRANCH I cSS & A1LA, are respectfully in-, ormed that his Funeral will leave lis late residence, 8 Manton street,; lindmarsh, THIS DAY (Saturday), it 11 a.m., for the Hindmursh Ceme ery. '. T. ELLIOTT & SONS, A.F.D.A., (Jack Elliott, ex 2nd A.I.F. I. Funeral Directors. »ort road. Hindmarsh. L4668. L6129. I3R00KS.— THE FRIENDS of the »-- late Mr. DAVID THOMAS BROOKS are respectfully informed Jiat his Funeral will leave his late residence. Jamestown, on SUNDAY, it 2 p.m.. for the Jamestown Ceme ;ery. S. WENHAM (A.F.D.A.), Funeral Director, ? Jamestown. Phone 11. ? BUTTERFIELD.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES W. BUTTERFIELD ire respectfully informed that the Remains of his late WIFE. Dorothy Prances, were removed from his resi dence, 56 Ranelagh street Woodville Park, on Friday afternoon, and pri I'tuely cremated at the Crematorium West Terrace Adelaide. P. T. JiLUOTT & iONS A-.D.A. Funerul Directors. Port rd.. Hindmarsli. L6129. IJUTTON.— THE FRIENDS of Mr MJ ARTHUR IRWIN BU1TON. of 356 Angas street, Adelaide, are res pectfully notified that th» Remains Qf his late WIFE, Eileen Mary, were reverently laid to rest ipriratcly), in the West Terrace Cemetery on FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Rev. J. Gild Ing officiated. W. WILLIAMSON k SON, Funeral Directors. 124 Wellington rnad. Payneham. ? FITO^ ? 1 VVIDSON - CHISHOLM. — THE *-J FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ANNIE LYALL DAVIDSON-CHISHOLM are respectfully informed that her Fune ral will leave her daughter's resi dence, Mrs. J. O'Leary, 'Gumlea.' St. Bernard's road, Magill. on MON DAY, at 3 p.m., for St. Georges Ceme tery, Magi.l. A. C. MARTIN; Funeral Director, 425 Magill.road. Magill. Phone F1002. IXON.— THE FRIENaS Of Mr. WILLIAM DIXON are respect fully Informed that the Funeral of his, late beloved WIFE, Elizabeth Jane, will leave his residence, 93 Cumberland avenue. Cumberland, on SATURDAY, at 9.30 a.m., for the Centennial Park Cemefry. ALFRED JAMES & SONS (A.F.D.A.) Funeral Directors, 193 Unley rood Unley. UA1129 (2 lines); 100 Henley Beach road, Mile ? EneL_L4067. ? l^LINT.— THE FRIENDS of the late 1 Mr. ERNEST EDWIN FLINT, of 309 Gilles street. Adelaide, and late of W.A.. and 10th Aust. Light Horse Reg. First A.I.F.. are respectfully in ormed that his Remains were peace fully laid to rest (privately). In the A.I.F. Cemetery. West Terrace, Ade laide, on WEDNESDAY morning. The Rev. H. E. G. Shepherd officiated. ALFRED JAMES & SONS (A.F.D.A.) Funeral Directors, 193 Unley road, Unley Phone UA1129 (2 lines): 100 Henley Beach road. Mile End. Phone L4067. GOWLAND.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. WILLIAM JAMES PAGE GOWLAND are respectfully Informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, 57 Emilie street, Sefton Park, on MONDAY. June 26. at 3.30 p.m., for the New Enfield Cemetery. P. LeCORNU (A.F.D.A.). Funeral Director, 68 O'Connell street. North Adelaide: 71 Prospect road. Prospect. M2368. (F. W. Blackwell. Proprietor.) GUINANE.— REQUIEM MASS will be celebrated in St. Patrick's Church. Grot* street. Adelaide, for the Repose of the Soul of the late Mrs. ANNIE GUINANE. of 6 Vlnrace street, Adelaide i widow of Patrick Guinanei. THIS I SATURDAY I MORNING, at 7 o'clock. Her Funeral will leave the Church at 11.30 a.m. for the Catholic Cemetery. West terrace. FRANK J. SIEBERT. Funeral Director. 47-49 Wnkefleld street. Phones C413 ? and C6236. ? JOHNS.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. LAURENCE JOHN (late 4th Field Ambulance, 1st A.I.F.) are re spectfully Informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, 6 Cheva ller street. Prospect, on SATURDAY, at 2.30, for the North Road Cemetery. GEO. DOWNS ti SONS. S.A.F.D.A., Funeral Directors, 67 Jeffcott street. North Adelaide. J ? Phone M9584. ? PROSPECT SUB-BRANCH, THE R.S.S. &. A.I.L.A. MEMBERS are hereby notified that the Funeral of our late Comrade, LAURENCE JOHNS, will leave hi: late residence. 6- Chevalier street Prospect. THIS DAY. at 2.30. for the North Road Cemetery. Member: assemble Cemetery gates at 2.35. E. J. AVERAY. President. ? A. A. JAMES, Secretary. JONAS.— THE FRIENDS of the laU ? Mr. MARCUS WILLIAM JONAS are respectfully informed that till Funeral will leave his late residence; 180 Chapel street, Broken Hill, oi SATURDAY, at 3 p.m.. for the Brokei Hill Cemetery. F. J. POTTER &. SON. Broken Hill In conjunction with PARTINGTON & SON, Adelaide. ? Funeral Directors. 1.- ELL Y.— THE FRIENDS of Mr JV and Mrs. J. KELLY, of 8 OUphanl avenue, Seaton, are respectfully In formed that the Funeral of their lati beloved DAUGHTER (Anne Carmell will leave the Funeral Parlors. 4: Wakefield street. Adelaide. THIS DAV (Saturday), at 10 a.m., for the Cen tennial Park Cemetery. FRANK J. SIEBERT, Funeral Director, 47-49 Wakefield street. Phones C4i: ? and C6236. ? KERLEY.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. WILLIAM GORDON ( Frosty) KERLEY are respectfully Informed that his Funeral is appointed   to leave his late residence. 81 Percy street. Prospect, on SATURDAY, at 9.30, for the Centennial Park Cemetry J. P.- HOARE & SON. Funeral     Directors, 283 Port road. Kilkenny. M7945. LOCK. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ALFRED LOCK are respect-   fully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, Bridgewater, on SATURDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Stirling East Cemetery. H. J. GARROD. Undertaker. Stirling West. Phone Stirling 94. A WREATHS deliv. shortest notie« Stanley. Florist. Adelaide Arcadi RunrM- st W3320. After hours U2824 V. TUCKER'S. Florists, Grote st C4385. After hours. L5811. ? ACARMEL'S Florist 107 Magill rd Wreaths delivered F5019 ?

1 1 ARCH.— THE FRIENDS of Mr.' L»A EDGAR LAURENCE MARCH, of j iO Victoria street, Prospect, arc re- j ipcctfuUy informed that the Funeral t )! his late WIFE iMary Beatrice) will ' leave the Rosary Church. Barker 1 road. Prospect. THIS DAY (Satur- \ Jay), at 9 a.m.. for the Dudley Park I Cemetery. i FRANK J. SIEBERT, Funeral i Director. ; 47-49 Wakeneld street. Phones I ? C413 and CU236. ? MATTEL— THE FRIENDS of Mr. ANTHONY MATTEI are respect fully informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE (Rose I will leave his residence. 170 Park terrace. Way ville. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 9.45 a.m.. for the Centennial Park Ceme tery. FRANK J. SIEBERT. Funeral Director, 47-49 Wakefield street. Phones C413 and C6236. ? \f cKDEVOR.— THE FRIENDS of the i'llate Miss ROSETTA LUCINDA McKEEVOR, ol 14 Kintore avenue, frospect, are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave the Rosary Church. Barker road, Prospect, THIS DAY (Saturday i at 11 a.m.. for the Catholic Cemetery. West terrace. FRANK J. SIEBERT. Funeral Director, 47-49 Wakclield street. ? Fhones C413 and C6236. MEGOW.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. MARY ELIZA (Bomi MEGOW. late of Khandahar cres cent, Reade Park, are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave the residence of her daughter tMrs. S. Thompson), 27 Wellington road, rrinity Gardens, on MONDAY. June 26, at 2 p.m., for the Cheltenham Cemetery. CLAUDE TREVELION (A.F.D.A.). Funeral Director. Head Office and Chapel. 56-58 Magill road, Norwood. F4084. O'DONOGHUE.— THE FRIENDS OI the late Miss MARGARET, O'DONOGHUD. of 18 Clark street. Norwood, are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave the Fune ral Parlors. 47 Wakefield street. Ade laide, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 11 a.m.. lor the Catholic Cemetery, West ' FRANK J. SIEBERT. Funeral Director, 47-49 Wekefleld street. Phones C413 and C6236. O'LOUGHLIN.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES O'LOUGHLIN, of Kapunda, are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE (Anne) will leave St. Rose's Church, Kapunda, on SATURDAY, June 24, at 2.30 p.m. for the St. John's Cemetery. ALBERT F. MAYGER (S.A.F.D. A.), Funeral Director. Kapunda. Phone 67. K. PFITZNER. Prop.   QUINN.— THE FRIENDS ol the late Mrs. MARIA QUINN are respect fully informed that her Remains were removed from the residence ol her daughter (Mrs. Bakerlv East Park way? Colonel Light Gardens, and peacefully laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery. West terrace. CHAS. A. BERRY (A.F.D.A.). Funeral Director and Cremator. 157 Magill road. Maylands. F3253. ^OUGLESS.— THE FRIENDS of the H late Mr. CHARLES RUGLESS are respectfully informed that his Funeral t-111 leave his late residence. 14 Rose street. Glenelg. on MONDAY, at 11 a.m.. fo' the North Brighton Ceme terl- A. H. GIBSON (X2I33I, 210 Rundle street (W1328). Funeral Directors. ? QTEPHENSON.— THE ™ENDS of J!5 Mr. GEORGE STEPHENSON. of Aldgate. are respectfully - Inform* that the Funeral' of his late beloved WIFE (Msy- will leave our private parlor, 193 ' Unley road. Unley. on MONDAY, at 10 a.m.. for the Cen tennial Park Cemetery. ALFRED JAMES * SONS (A.F.D.A.I, Funeral Directors. 193 Unlev road, Unley. Phone UA1129 (2 Hnesi; 100 Henley Beach road, Mile End. Phone L4067. STRICKLAND.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. EMMA STRICK LAND, late of St. Lawrence avenue. Croydon. are respectfully Informed that her Remains will be Interred In the North Road Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave 'The Funeral Home.' 213 Port road. Hind marsh. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 11.30 a.m. R. H. MOUNTFORD. 'The Funeral Home.' '211-221 Port road. Hlhdmarsh. Ph. L5944. WHITTERS.— THE FRIENDS of ♦ ♦ Mr. WILLIAM JOHN WHITTERS are respectfully Informed that the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE, Gladys Alma, will leave his residence. 22. Osmond street, St. Leonards, on SATURDAY, at 10 a.m. for the North PENGELLEY k KNABE LIMITED, Funeral Directors. Office and Chapel. 210 Rundle street. Phone W1328 (2 Une»). WILES.— THE FRIENDS of the \S late Mr. HAROLD ALBERT WILES are respectfully Informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, 35 Burwood avenue. Nails worth, on SATURDAY, at 10.40 a.m., for the Dudley Park Cemetery. GEORGE A. BEECHING. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director, . 107 Prospect road. Prospect. Phone M1321. ? LOYAL PRINCE ALBERT LODGE (S.A.G.U.O.O.F.). MEMBERS of the above Branch are hereby notified that the Funeral of our late Brother P.G.M. H. A. WILES will leave his residence. 35 Burwood venue. Nailsworth, for the Dudley Park Cemetery, on SATUR DAY. 24th June, at 10.40 a.m. F. RIPPIN, . ? Fin. Secretary. C1RAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD * » FELLOWS. MEMBERS of the above Order are hereby notified that .the Funeral ol the late P.G.M. H. A. WILES will leave his residence. 35 Burwood ave nue. Nailsworth, on SATURDAY, 24th June, at 10.40 a.m., for the Diidley Park Cemetery. yEITZ.— THE FRIENDS of the late '?t Mr. HERMANN ERNEST ZEITZ are respectfully Informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. 45 Davenport terrace. Wayville. THIS MORNING (Saturday), at 10.30. for the Mltcham General Cemetery. W. WILLIAMSON. & SON, Funeral Directors, 124 Wellington road, Payneham. ? ? ? F1707. ? A SHWIN FLORI8T. L4796. Wreaths, -TV sheafs. &c. We deliver. All hours. A ST. PETERS Florist. 154 Fajne /I. ham rd. Wreaths de:. shortest notice. F6432 AH nonrt. ? /Seo. E. MORGAN & SONS. Monu vl mental Masons. Head Office. 193 Victoria sq. Branch Office. 132 West ter and High St.. Cheltenham TTEEN'S Memorials. 123 Gouger St., IV Centennial Pk. Memorials. C7096. Del. UA8035. — : ? MONUMENTS at reduced rates. Nell] & Srelton. Ltd. Quality Is cheapest. 77 Main North rd.. Nails worth Phone MI951. (11 hours. — PENGILLYS floral wreaths. 47 Grote St. C2108. After hr«. L5R29. T» W. SALMON. Monumental .11 Mason. 3 Ballara St.. Mile End. .'Pfcrme Ln7037 ?

IN MEMORIAM WALTON. — In loving memory of our dear dad, passed away June 24, 1948. A wonderful father gone to rest. For each of us he did his best: 1 A love so true, a heart so kind, A better father no one could find. — Remembered by Peggy and David. WALTON, William Alfred.— In ; loving memory of our dear dad and grandpa, passed away June 24, 1948. A broken link In love's golden chain, that God will mend when we meet again.— Ever' remembered by Zita, Phil and Pamela. ? WALTON. William Alfred (Bill).— Loving memories of our dearest bro : ther. passed away June 24. 1948. — ' Louie. Ethel. Bert and Hilda. WALTON. — In loving memory of our deur father and grandpa, who ; passed away June 24. 1948.— Ever re membered by Madeline. Colin and children. WELLINGTON.— In ever treasured ' memory of our parents and grand 1 parents, who passed away at Under : dale May 14. 1934. and June 24, 1935. —Inserted by Myrtle. ArlHur and Avis. N.S.W. ' WEST. R. W.— In loving memory of Bert, beloved husband of Vera. , who passed away June 25. 1945.— Sadly missed. WEST. Robert William.— In loving 1 memory of dad. who passed away June 25. 1945.— Ever remembered by Cliff and Glad. WILLIAMS.— In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who '. passed away on June 25. 1948.— Al- ' ways remembered by his wife and , daughter G lend a. WILLIAMS.— In loving memory of Keith, passed away June 24, 1943. 1 Years are passing But memories are everlasting. 1 —Always remembered by mother. , father. Doris. Gladys and Ray. WOOD. Eleanor Jaclntha. — Passed t away June 25. 1946. Dearly loved , mother of Isabel North. Always In my heart. WOTTAGE.— In memory of Walter, i died June 24, 1948. — Remembered by his wife Ellen. WRIGHT. Albert William.— Our be loved and sadly missed father. — Ever remembered by his loving daughter ' Nancy, grandson Otoffrey, and ion in-law Allan'.

IN MEMORIAM WRIGHT. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who fell asleep. June 24. 1949. A thought for today, a memory forever. —Ever remembered by Dorothy. Bill and grandchildren Barry and Denis. WRIGHT.— In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away June 24, 1949.— Always remembered by his loving wife. RETURN THANKS AIN.— lira. Jean Bain and Chrls topher wish to sincerely THANK all kind relatives ana* friends for floral tributes, cards. letters, tele grams and personal expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved husband and father. Will all please accept this as their personal sincere thanks? ? BAINGER.— The wife of the late Rev. Wm. Bainger wishes to ex press her sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for floral tri butes, cards, telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy In the loss of her dear husband. Will all please accept this as her personal thanks? — BELL. — The daughters and sons of James Henry Bell, late of 13 Lur llne street. Mile End. wish to THANK relatives and friends for kind expres sions of sympathy In the recent loss of their loved father, especially thanking Rev. Fr. Smyth. Bro. John, Mrs. and Miss V. Rewell, Mr. P. Smith. Mrs. P. Batt and Mrs. Daly. BRArTHWAITE.— Mrs. E. G. Braith walle and family wish to THANK all relations and friends for floral tributes, cards, telegrams, expres sions of sympathy, in the sad loss of their loved husband and father. — BROADSTOCK.— Mr. and Mrs. j. J BroacTstock and family wish to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, letters and tele grams and expressions of sympathy, in the sad loss of their son and brother. ? For Other Return Thanks See Page 15

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