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BELL (nee Marjorie Bishop). —On the 13th Feb- ruary, at Avonhurst, Queens road, the wife of John Bell, Murrnong, Albury —a daughter.
DEAN (nee Mary McDonald). —On the 11th February, at St. Margaret's hospital, Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dean, Geelong —a daughter (Patricia Mary).
GARLAND (O'Sullivan). —On the 24th January, at St. George's private hospital, Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. T. Garland —a son.
GENT. —On the 27th January, at St. George's Hospital,Kew, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Gent. 19 Ross- field avenue, Kew —a son.
GILL. —On the 2nd February, at Ulverstone private hospitil, North road, Gardenvale, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Gill —a son.
GRANT. —On the 4th February, at St. Helen's private hospital, Buckley street, Essendon, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Grant —a daughter (Shirley Catherine). (Both well.)
GRIFFITHS. —On the 12th February, at Berklea, Gardenvale, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Griffiths, of 15 The Avenue, Hampton —a daughter.
GWILLAM. —On the 4th February, at Seskinore private hospital, Burke road, South Camberwell,
to Mr. and Mrs. Gwillam, Youle, Bickleigh Court,
South Camberwell —a daughter (Helen).
HARRIS. —On the 13th February, at Nooralie private hospital, 6 Ulupna road, Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Harris, 18 Holloway street, Or-
mond —a son.
HAWKER (lean Cal I veil)-On the IGth Feb narr at St Helens 1 Lewisham road YYIndsor, to Mr and Mrs II D Hawl cr Nathalia-a son
HOLDSWORTH (Rita McBride) -On the 14th Ffbnur at Te Aroha o Rolland street Mont Albert to Mr nnd Mrs B "Y Holdsworth-a _au_Tiier
HOWELL-On the 16th February at Nooralio ilef V C Mund} a private hospital 6 Ulupna r ail Ormond to Afr and Mrs K Al Howell 21 Heirn! ng street Moorabbin-a daughter (Beverley Cathcr ne)
JAMES (nee Muller) -On the 10th February at II d ssil Scott street Essendon to Mr and Urs. n D Steele James of Ascotvale-a son (Ileirv Barn more Ste»lc) (Both w eil )
JONES.—On the 14th February at Nooralie, Sister A. C. Mundy's private hospital, 6 Ulupna road, Ormond, to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. V. Jones, 27 Draper street, Ormond—a daughter.
KUPPEL-On the 9th February at Noorahc .ai cr A C Mundy s private hospital G Ulupna D-d Ormond to Mr and Mrs O S Kilppcl 9 H. 1 street AlcKinnon-a son
LANCETER (nee Persse)-On the 13th Feb- ruary, 1933, to Vera, wife of C.S. Lanceter, Ferntree Gully - a daughter (lived four hours).
LANGLEY-On the 6th robmar}, 1933 at St lii.es private hospital, Alooroopna, to Air and Urs C E Langlo}, of Perth (W A )-a daughter
LAWRENCE-On the lath February, at 509 Lfir street Ballarat, to the wife of A O
L*u renee- a son
IENG (nee Dorothy Cowdero} ) -On the 17th Lniiart to Air and Mrs A D Eeng, Ranfurlie, ierlei-a daughter (Elizabeth Ann)
LUKER (n»e Reverie} Barnes)-On the 6th Fcbraarr at Wcmblev private hospital, Horsham, to »Ir and Airs Henr} 1? Luker, St Arnaud t «in (James Barnes Reginald)
MAUGHAN (nee Eleonore Bfbron) -On the Sth Fi-bmirv at Cambrai, Alma road Last St Kilda, to the rife of W J Maughan-a son
McKEE (nee Jessie C McCallum) -On the 29lh January at Manangatang Hospita], to Mr and Mrrs H McKec E., S., and A. Bank Ltd , Manangatang -a daughter (Leonie Alexandra)
NICOL (nee Mab Bucknall) -On the 11th Fcbru an lo Mr and Mrs Melville J Nicol, Alara linga Carisbrook-a son (Donald Mell Hie)
OLVER (nee Myrtle Foletta). - On the 10th February, at Avilion private hospital, Werribee, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Olver, Werribee - a son (Maxwell
SHORT.-On the 12th February, at the Com rrunili Hospital. Kilmore, to Mr. and Mrs. Phillp II Short, Wallan-a son (Graham David).
U'REN.-On the 20th January, to the Rev. and Mm R W. U'Ren, Beaconsfield, Tasmania-twin tons (John Lexford and Peter Geoffrey)
WALTER.-On the 10th February, at Berklca p-iale hospital, 470 Koo} one road. Caulfield, to llr ind Mrs. YV. Walter, Hillcrest, South road, Hombbin-a daughter (Jean Mary).
ANDERSON-CAMPBELL-On the 23rd Dcccm I \%" at st Nicholas a Church of England «o J alloc b} the Rev Edward Finnie Hugh I ai oil sou ol A[r and Yiri George Anderson, lu Und Ne i 7ealand to Jean Atervi}n A ercoe, ounpest daughter of the lite Air W R G I inpbell and Mrv Campbell Kilfera, Mercer road,
HYNAM-REYNOLDS-On the 24th December ->" it ct Augustine s Church Unley (S A ), b} V net II Wallace Bird Edward Aubro} to Mar ore c1 lost daughter of Mr and Airs. John I roldr of Hjde Park (SA)
RANDALL-THACKRAH-On the 22nd Decem
1 at Scots Church Alelbourne by Hie le Pr W Borland Henr} fourth son of Ali
i Mrs A Randall of Essendon to Ida Bessie, r r.e daughter of the late James and Mrs ¿> c*rah of Koojong road Elsternwick
ROYLE-KAY.- On the 14th January, 1933, at St. Augustine's Church of England, East Bruns- wick, by the Rev. Nash, William, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Royle, Frankston, to Elise
(Trix), dauglter of Richard Kay and the late Elizabeth Kay (Amphitheatre). (Present address, 8 Hamel street, Hampton.)
SHIPP-BARLOW-On the 7th January 1933 at St Catharine 's Church of England Kooyong road Caulfield by Rev R Hamilton Alexander francis elder son of Mr and Mrs H C Shipp, to Thelma Violet elder daughter of Mrs C A Barlow and the late Lieut W. G. Barlow
KING-Mr and Airs S YV King of Afcrlln, Mitchell street Brunswick have pleasure in al
r u cing tie oOtli nmiversar} of their wedding, celehr i 1 on the nth fcbruar}, 1SS3 the Rev Herr, Hile r officiating
MACDONALD-SUGDEN -Tile Rev ¿Eneas and Mr Vlaedonal 1 The Alanse Murrumbeena grate MU ecori tie ¡oth anniversary of their wedding i Queens College Chapel University of Mel tourac on lebruar} 19, 190S
SOUTAR-SOUTAR - On the 19th Februar}. IS at St Andrew s Church Johannesburg, by lh Ree John Hamilton (VIoderator) Geo Amos,
1 lort ion of John Soutar Bertrams Johannesburg
C enrule Isaliel daughter of John Soutir, Pn! rai Vieil ourne now of Glcnlns (South ifn an papers pop} )
SOUTER-STEVENSON -On the 17th rebruño 1 3s "t Wiggi b} the Rev Charles Bell David
la ney e lest son of the late Rev D V Souter
I ire s I reib} terian Church Penola (S V )
ni »Ir« soutcr 0( Auchlnblne Court street Boa II! to Minaret eldest dau-hter of the lato ( r;e Steicnsun stipendiai? magistrate (NSW )
arl Us Stevenson Gowanlcigh Highlands 2 enuc Gordon Svdne} (Present address 16 01 e street I.ast Ytahcrn )
TAYLOR-DEUMER - On the 19th February, 1 ). it tb Burnie} street Congregitional Church, In the late Kel las Tonkin Arthur Robert onl} ' n of TI omas Tav lor Canterbury late ol Rich nerd lo Ada Flinbcth eldest diughter of E A lieumer Malvern late of Richmond (Present ad dress 230 Canterbury road, Canterbury )
MOODY-BENJAMIN-Mr and Mrs Robert Mcenk Co lire} avenue St Kilda desire to
vprevs to Heir mmv fnends and relatives their
krarttelt Vipreeiation for the numerous tele -rams telepl o o cills flowers presents, and per wall ts ot coi t,ritul ition on the occasion c1 their g Iden wedding
BARR-On the IGth Fcbruaiv, it her residence,
35 hian-a roid, Glenina \nn, the dear wife of |
V C tun- and loved mother of B A (Camber «fill, Á C (Oakleigh), F A (deceased), L. F
(demased) I (deceased), F F. (deceased), and | J V (Sirs Cullen, Glenirie), aged 71 years. (In t-rred privately in St Kilda Cemeterj )
BOELL-On the 15th -obruary (suddenly), at ker real leuce, 4.J0 Ixapicr stree!, Fitzroy. Edith E'enor, the dearly loi ed daughter of ide late loilah and Imilla Prlaeilla Bocll, loving sister o' Jo'eiU V, lil} G (deceased), and Charlie (rrivatoh cremated New Melbourne Cemetery, 1'th Icbruan )
BRIESE-On the l6th February, at his resi- 15 Palmer Street, Fitzroy, Albert Gustav, dearly loved husband of Augusta Briese, loving father of Harry, Dorette (deceased), and Albert, grandfather of Elsa and June, loved brother of Herman, Frank, Amalie, Elizabeth, and Martha.
BUCK-On the 17th February, 1933, at Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Consuelo Tessa. dearly loved eldest daughter of Willliam and Tessa Buck, 24 Avoca avenue, Elwood, and dearly loved sister of Will, Vera (Mrs. Burridge), Elsie, Leonard, and Norman (private interment) -Sleep on
BUCK-On the 17th February, 1933, Consuelo Tessa (auntie Con), dearly loved auntie of Janet, Pat, and Vera.
COGHLAN-On the 11th Iebrnirj 1013 (mid «nlv) it his residence OS Mansfield street, Thorn "u" Dinlcl dearlv helmed husban 1 of Annie,
JHI loving luther of Reg and Ville (Mrs C Holi . '«) loving grandpi of Brian md Dcinoud I lag lim, son of the late William mil Mina
I'Rlilan of nullarlo ind loud brother of Luke,, Min inn (Mrs Walsh, deceased) Htcn (Yin Oheifc), Bridget (Mrs O hectic decused) and James (deceised) aged Oo }cars, late o! Victorian lallwaj, -KIP
CONDON-On the 14th Febuary, at Alfred street, Warragul, Mary dearly beloved wife of Thomas (deceased), fond mother by Catherine Mrs C E Condon) Eileen, and Dave, loving grandmother of Carmel - R.I.P
D'ALTON. - At Morningside, Hall's Gap (sud °Tl)>, Alfred T son of the late J I) Vlton, C E , Cod" ~U>i lMnú "" »liadovvs standcth
ESDAILE-On the 12th robmar}, at his late ïïiîi"?1 Afl«lale, Brighton roid, I Isternwick Arclibald Iliehard I-sdaile relict of the lite l"talla tsdtile, and beloved father oi I 1) , M 1
«mund (deceased), I VI , I V ti, and V J "dalle, loved grandfather of Mrs II M Bolton, !T,srrat grandfather of Kutti and Jack (Prl v«elv interred llilgluon Ccmcten )
Hi» .? <nco 11'nrgar)-On the 22nd lannar}. ínf.i". r wsldonoe, 2 Hurd} street, North Me
»,i ,_n° L I'laK'i' rurs0 tleirli beloved sister of £, T Stillivin, bjdne}, New «-otitli Walis) I » "I" J Cook- limaru, New ¿inland), Lill} vT e .,' ;"'"Btead, Y'ietoila), Hcnn (sjdnc}, l«_if1.1' ^«'<"'). anti the late John 1 hurgar, v..i lMl« mother of Iluth, Yla} (Vlrs II Yotlicrwood, Broken Hill), and Millie (Y'rs J J likfi'lïï' E.5t «.'".mantle), and fond filend of
ti. 0",. N. Di«h°P. îioi-tU Fremantle), aged
« )wn -Abide with mc
FIRTH.-On the 10th February, at Melbourne, Martha Eve, loving wife of Mr. John Firth, loving mother of Arthur and Harold Green, and Alma (Mrs. Sanford), aged 65 years. At rest.
FISH -On the 10th February (result of acci-
dent) Julia beloved sister of George Wratten (deceased) Harry (Sandringham) Frances (Mrs Smith, Ringwood), Nellie (Mrs Dickson, W.A.), Elizabeth (Mrs Neill Malvern), William (Chil-
ders), Louise (Mrs Wilson, deceased) and Alice (Mrs Emery Yarraville), aged 79 years.
GALE-On the 17th February (suddenly), at
Stawell, Tom dearly beloved husband of Kate (deceased) and loving father of Anne, Nell, and Harry, aged 63 years. 24 Ash grove, East Mal vern, late Dimboola.)
GILLIES-On the 17th February, at his resi dence, No. 31 O'Grady street, Clifton Hill, Thomas, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Gillies, and loving father of Norman (late of Beechworth), aged 68 years. -At rest.
GUYATT- On the 10th February at Clifdon, High street, Seymour, Helen (Nellie) , wldow of the late Harry Guyatt (2nd Engineer H.M.S. Powerful), daughter of the late Mr and Mrs J. Lyster (Seymour), loved mother of Gerald, and loving sister of Kitty (Mrs A J Rickwood).
HADLEY-On the 16th February 1933 (sud- denly), at 332 Riversdale road, Hawthorn East,
Ann Elizaheth (Annie), beloved eldest daughter of Mary Ellen and the late Charles Frederick, loving sister of Ada, William, Rose (deceased), Fred, Carrie (deceased), and Bert - At rest.
HARE - On the 10th February, at Reston private hospital, Cohuna, George T. Hare, of Gunbower, the loving husland of Mary (nee Jarvie), also loving father of Louie (Mrs. Finlay), Ray,
Grace (Mrs Peace) ,Harry (deceased) ,Alice, Jessie (Mrs Brereton), Dolly (Mrs Hancock), James, Arthur, May (deceased), and Jean - At rest.
HELEY.-On the 16th February, at private hos- pital, Richmond, Hilda Beatrice, beloved wife of William Robinson Heley. of Shelley, High road, South Camberwell, and loving mother of Marion Hilda. -Rest after suffering.
HELEY.-On the loth Febtuarr. 1933. Hilda, be- loved wife of William Holey, and loving mother of little Alarlon. of High road, Cambenvell, and much-loved friend of B. Hocking. -So He giveth His beloved sleep.
HENDERSON. - On the 9th Februarv, at her sister's residence, 48 Berry street. East Melbourne. Sister Irene (Queenie), loving daughter of Mabel and Robert Henderson, and loving sister of Rietha, Roy, May (Mrs. Walsh), and Rhoda, late of Moss- giel, Riverina. -May her soul rest in peace.
HIRD.-On the 17th February (suddenly), at his residence, Olive road, Devon Meadows, Frank, the dearly beloved husband of Vera Hird, and loving father of Margaret, and loved son-in-law
of William and Alice Barns (Moonee Ponds), brother-in-law of Reanie, Jim, and Groat, late A.I.F., 1st Batt., New South Wales, aged 48 years. -Sweet peace.
HOUSTON. - On the 10th Tcm-naiy. 1933, William James, of 49 Talbot avenue. Balwyn, be- loved husband of Jeanette Houston, beloved father of Gwlad}s (Mrs. Webber, N.S YV ) nnd Yera, and loving grandfather of Ian, aged 74 years. -At
KIDD-On the 17th February (result of ace! dent), Robina (Bene) Kidd, of 9 Oak avenue. El
stemwiek beloved sister of Margaret (Mrs Tlllv). Robert, Jame° (deceased), Eliza (deceased), and Jean (deceased) -At rest
LOCKYER - On the lllh Tebrunn, Jessie1
Catherine I,ock}cr, the dearlv beloved wife of George Lockier, of Diirlnm ryad, and loving mother of Ian, Peter, Albert, farquhar, Kenneth,] Catherine, Jem, and Wallace, aged 4b years -Deepl} regretted
LUCKIE -On the 17th Februar} at her daugh- ter's residence, Coomoora, 70 Ardiie road, Ea&t Alalvcrn, Ellen, the dear)} loved wife of the late J N Luckie, of Trcdegar Farm, Springhurst, and dearly beloved mother of George, Jack. Ted, Bill, Fred, Alar} (Airs Bourke), Lia-} (Airs Dill}), md rthel (Mrs Sullivan) -Peace alter pain
McCARTY - On the nth February, Katherine Josephine dearly beloved -wife of William, fond and loving mother of John, Willinn, Man. Thomas, Aincent, Isabelle, and hathleeu, aged ob years -R I P.
MCKENZIE-On the 16th February, at 153 Y le torla avenue, Albert Park, ls-ibelli McKenzie, third daughter of George and Margaret AIcKcnzie, late of Ballarat (Interred private!} )
MCNEILL.-On the 17lh robmar} (suddcnl}), at Ebden street. K}neton, -Alexander McNeill, loving husband of Catherine AlcN'cIll, and beloicel father of Roland and Alexander, aged 61 }ean>
MOORE -On the llth Febnian, 193." at Wagga New South Wales, Ceorge William Moore, »¿ed 52}ears, late of Rupanvup Vicloria
MOSE-On tho 13th february, Jo'oph loving husband of Emilie devoted father of Zillah, Leslie (killed in action), S}dne} and Alarie (deceased) (Inserted b} his granddaughter, Jean )
MURPHY-On the 29lh January, at hospital (result war injuries). Thomas (No 2909, 2nd Pioneers), beloved Youngest son of the late Richard and Bridget Alurph}, loved brother of Anastasia (Mrs Nov) Mary (Mrs Hwell), and Della (Mrs. Buck), William, and also Richard, Daniel, Catherine, and Frank (deceased) -R I P
PURVIS-On the 12th February, Etta Purvis, of 36 Leicester street Fitzroy }oungest daughter »I the late Thomas and Ann Pun Is, lov ing sister of M irgarct, hate, Tom and the late John Purvis (Interred privately Melbourne General Cemetery February 13 )
RITCHIE-On the 5lh February, at Kaiumla, North Queensland, Jane Christina, the beloved wife of W G Ritchie, loved mother of Yernon, and loving grJudniotlier of Kcuucth -At rest (Interment at Canns )
ROBERTS-A loving tribute to our dear friend. Garry Roberts, founder of the Scarsdale Old Girts' Auxiliar}, who pussed away Februarv 12 -A life made beautiful b} kindly deeds, (Inserted by the Melbourne committee )
ROBERTS-In affectionate remembrance of
loved schoolmate, Garrie one of the founders of the Seirsdale Old Bo} s and Girls' Beunion, who passed awa} on 12th February, 1933
From selfless sen ice robe nnel crown were wro t Which throne him high in memor} s inner court
ROWSELL-On the 13th rcbnnr}, Fmll} Sophia the beloied wife of George Rowsell, of Hi Willow street Llstcnivvkk lite of SebJstoiol
and loving mother of I y ! (Mrs Pengellv), Alice (Sirs Alngee) Via} (Mrs McToggirt), Charlie, Stan Fred Ida (Sirs. McWhlrtcr), Tom, and Lrn, in her 70th } ear
SCURRY-On the 13th Februar} 1933, at her residence, 0 Orirab} grove Toorak, Je«s, the heloi ed friend of Martha AlcKollar -Asleep until
SHEA-On the 10th Februar}, at his late resi
dence, Mona Castle notel Austin street Footscray, Luke the dearly beloved husband of Linda Shea, and loving son of hate niid the late John Shea aged 49 }ears -A patient sufferer at rest (Privately interred Fawkner Cemetery, 17th Feb ruar} 1 '33 )
STIDWELL,-On the 10th Tebruar}, at her resi dence, No 17 Coleridge street risternwiek, Rhoda beloved wife ol YV D Stidwell and loving mother of Jack Stanley Stidwell (Private interment)
SVEFVAR (Swaver)-On the 13th February, Mary Louisa beloved wife of the late John Swaver 730 Drummond street. North Carlton and loved mother of Jack, Hilda (Mrs Braddy, Albury) and Bill, aged 72 years -Our wonderful mother
TAIT-On the 16th Febniar}, TO, al Rich mond, Anna Mar}, the devoted and dearly loved wife of G H Denzil Tait (Privately interred) -Her whole life was filled with thoughts for
TAIT-On the 16th February at Richmond, Anna Massy, the devoted wife of G. H. D. Tait youngest daughter of the late Edward and Katherin Brennan and loved sister of Katherin (Mrs. Ledger, W. A.), Frances A. (deceased Mrs. H. A. M.
Bromfield, Henry Edward (Thornbury) and Elizabeth Massy Bromfield (Daylesford). –He giveth his beloved sleep.
WATTS-On the llth robmar!, at his late residence Ashley Park Murrindindi Y\ illiam Hein-}, beloved husband of louise, and loving father of Ala} Reta Lilis Henry, and Charlie, loved grandfather of Loma, fond brother of Thomas (deceased) lack sarih, Charlie, Martha, and Annie ai.ed 7S }ears
WHITE-On the 16th rcbruiry (result of acci- dent) Trank relict of the late Anna Elsie, and loved father of Grela, aged 50 ¿cars (Remains at Apps end Sons Chapel, St Kilda )
WHITE - On the 17th February, at Epworth Hospital, John White, of Main road, Sunbury, late of Towaninnie, beloved husband of May White, aged 68 years.
WILLIAMS-On the 17th February, at Alfred Hospital Chirles loy ing husbind ot Bessie, and lovine, father of Albert (deceased), rio (Airs II
Tait) Ro} (N S W ), Rita (Mrs T Scammoll), Charlie and Phil i«s -P it lent sufferer at rest
WILSON. -On the 9th February (suddenly), at 69 lltirceurt street Lpper Hawthorn, Margaret, detrh loved cousin of L lou Jean, Donald, Arthur, and Ilirold McKn - Vt rest
WILSMORE-On the 10th February, at a private hospital, Camberwell, Jane, dearly beloved wife of James Edward Wilsmore, of Emerald (late East Kew), and loved mother of Ada (Mrs. Martin), George, Ethel (Mrs. Willoughby), Emily, Herbert, James (deceased), Florrie (Mrs. Overy), Frank, Marian (Mrs. Scott), Jessie (Mrs. Stanton), and Gladys (Mrs. Hewitt).-Sadly missed.
ADAMS-In loving memory of our dear father ibo pissed awi} on the loth 1 c1 ruiir>. 1132 -Memories (Inserted h} his sou and duu-htcr hos Adama and P VI Hovel )
ALEXANDER-lu loving memory uf my de n will Henrietta (louie) who i issid iw ii at Aorlh Carlton on I ebruar} IS ll"j -Reinenil rai (J Alexander )
ARMSTRONG-In sail anil loving memory of ur dear mothir who pis«el uwai on the lSth I ebruari 1931 -Beautiful memoiies of a wonder ful motil* r (Inserted b} lier Eon und daughte in ' ivy Norm and Alma )
BOYD-In memory of dear Jeannie who died it Weelong! on february 19 IjOl (Inserted bv her pircnts, S S , Wendouree )
CAHILL-In loy li g memory of Thomas liinr who died ISth lebruir}, 1 *-S son of lorn ml I lois brotlnr of Jean -lovid and reiueinbeied
ays Our Tomín} at rest (Inserted bv Vit in i Mr and Jean Cahill 10 Aamwong roil Lau! Held )
CLUNEY -In lonng mernot i of our tltir biotlier losy who pnssid ivviiv lehruaiv 11 11-0 -Till memory fides and Hie deiarts you will ilwaii Hu within oui hints (Inserted bv his loving broth i Alan and sister In law )
CORNISH-In loving memon of oin eie.ii outlier Margaret Goinltb, who plu d two} on 191 h 1 ebruar}, 1131 -Cheilshed memoiies (In sorted b} loving husband and famil}, Nulle street, bendigo )
CLEWER -In loving memorj of mr dear hus band anl our dear father Walter James who passed a vat on the 10th rcbruirj, 1120 at East Mali ern
Life brings much thnt is altered
lud time brings much that Is new. But our memories will never alter
Of the good old dais with vou
.-(Inserted bl his loving wife and family)
CLUNEY -V tribute of loic to the memory of our dear ron Uo«s w!o va« called lo higher life
on the IDIh Februan 192o
Onl} a memor} of a sad parting
Onl} a long farewell where two najs part Onl} an echo of a lot ed xoice speaking,
That lingers ever in our heart« -(Inserted by his lov ing parents )
CLUNEY - In loving memory of our dear brother Koss who passed awav on Februar} 19 19"o -Dearl} loved sadly missed (Inserted b} his lov ing brother Bruce and elster in law Mar jory )
CLUNEY-In loving memory of rai dear friend Ross who passed awaj 19th lebruan, 192o
Long long be mj heart with his mentor} filled Like a vase in which roses have once been distilled \ou mav break vou ma} scatter the vase if you
But the scent of the roses will cling round it still
DENTON -In lov Ing "remembrance of my dear
mother Blanche who passed aw-} IStli Februan 1920 (Inserted by Edna )
EADES-In loving memory of my dear father John Eades, who passed away at Hill View Pyalong on the 16th February 1926; also my dear uncle, Benjamin Eades, who passed away at South Head Hotel, Hay, New South Wales, on 29th May 1932. -One by one our dear ones leave us. (Inserted by bis devoted daughter and niece, Mary, Clarence street, Malvern.)
FARLEY -In lov Ing memory of dear Em (Mrs Noble) Soph fielen and Jack
Time takes away the edge of grief But memore turns back every leaf -(Har Till, Bert and Elaine )
FRASER -In loving memory of our dear sister, Mai} Fraser, who passed awaj at St Benedicts prlvito hospsltal, Alalvern, on the 17th 1 ebruar}, i«i32 also In affectionale memor} of our dear father, who passed away at Glenvell, North Murchl Bon, on 26th Jul}, 1927, also our loving mother who passed auaj on the Oth October, 1912, also our loving brother, George Patrick who died on the 25th Jvovember, 1837 also our loving brother, Donald, who died on the 3rd Miv, 1861 -Our loved ones rest in peace (Inserted by their loving family, Qlenvejl, North Murchison)
FRCNCH -In aflectionate remembrance of my dearly loved husband YA lUiam Perkins Frcneh who pw-cd awi} at Surre} Hills february 1J, 1132 (Inserted bv his wife, Jebsie I rendí, Te
W hare, Olinda )
GILLETT-In loving memor} of nu darling wife and mother Luev Gillett, who pas-cd away on the 19lh Febniar}, 1930
Hers was a life of «.aerifico, A heart so tender and kind,
She lived alone for those she loved, And left us to remember
-(Inserted by her loving husband and son, Charles )
GLADISH-In loving remembrance of our dar ling, Amy Yiotom, who died 19th February, 1906 also her loving devoted father Frank, who died lilli August 1929 -Sadly missed by wife and mother, S J G Asleep until He comes
GOULD-In loving memor} of our deir son and brother Dick died at Caulfield (result of aeci dent) february IS, 1929
Mid the ellinging scenes of life.
In our hearts we always remember
-(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
GOULD-In loving memory of our dear nephew and cousin. Dick who was accidentally killed ISth f ebruar}, aged 24 } ears
Sweet is the word remembrance,
As these few lines will show you will always be remembered
As the j ears ma} come and go
-(Inserted by his Aunt Agnes, Uncle Will and family Mathoura.)
GRAHAM-In memory of my dear wife, Rose Ada, who d'ed at her residence Royal Hotel Melton, on the 19th lebruarv, 1910
Onl} a memory as I journey on.
Longing for a smile and a face that has gone, No one knows the depth of my regret. But I remember when others forget
-(Inserted b} her husband, Harry Graham, 121 Queen street, Brisbane, Queensland )
GREGOR -In loving memory of my loving wife, Martha and dear mother of Alex, and Robert, who passed away on 18th February, 1932, at Sun- bury , also our loving daughters. Ruby and Lillie
What peaceful hours I once enjo}ed,
How sweet their memory still
But thev have left an aching void
The world can never fill
-(Inserted by her loving husband, sons, and daughter in law, Lill )
HALL. — A tribute of loving memory to my dear and only brother Col. W. Henry Hall, who died at Clifton Hill, on the 17th February, 1928. —(Mary, Swanston street, Geelong.)
HAMMILL. —In loving memory of our dc-ir and onie daughter and sister Mar} who passed awav on 23rd February 1921 aged -0 j ears -Dearly lot ed and sadly missed by her father, mother, and
HARDY -In loving mtmon of mv dear husband nd our devoted fithcr who passed away on the "11th Fcbruir} 19J1 also our dear Alma loving dauihter of aboie, who passed avva} on the cOlti .lav, 192«
YV o are parted, not for ev cr,
lhere will be a glorious dawn, YTe part to meet for iver
On the resurrection morn
-(Inserted by lila loving xvlfe and children
HERITAGE-In loving memori of the dearly beloved and only sons of Frank and Lucy Heritage, Colin, who pissed awav (suddenlv) on the ISth I-cbruary, 1928 aged 16} years, also his deany loved (twin) brother Allan, xvho passed awav (suddenly) on the 12th June, 1923, aged Hit
As life goes on, the road grows strange
YYith faces new, till near Hie end
The milestones into headstones chango
Noith every one-a loved one or a friend -(41 Allison road. Elsternwick )
HERITAGE. - In loving memory of our dear grandson«)-Colin, who passed away on February l8, 1028, aged 16J; also his txvin biother, Allan, who passed away on June 12, 1923, aged 11J, the loved nephews of aunt Hilda -So dear to memory still. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs Herbert Smith )
HERITAGE-In loving memory of m} dear pal, Colin, who passed awav February l8, 1928. (In serted by Jack Stewart)
HICKEY.—In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, who died on 18th February, 1930, at Wangaratta (Inserted by her loving husband and son Will, Wangaratta, and Mrs. J. J. Teague,
HOOD-In loving memory of our dear sister and auntie Alice, who passed away on the I8th February, 1931 -F.icr fondly remembered. (Joe,
Flora, and Bill} Hannon )
HOOD-In memory of dearest Alice, who left us on the I8th February, 1931.
We blus the years we called you ours, The rest we leave to God. -(Mother, dad, and Mart )
HOPKINS. - In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away suddenly on 19th February, 1932. (Inserted by ,1. A. Hopkins,
HORSFALL. - In loving memory of my dear sister. Beck, who was called home February 18 1932, also our dear mother, August l8, 1930 Our loved ones united. (Sadly missed by Olive and Fred, and grandsons and nephews, Jack, Ralph, Leonard, and Geoffrey Hawkey,)
HORSFALL. - In loving memory of our dear Beck, who passed away on 18th February, 1932, also my loving wife, and our dear mother, who left us on August l8, 1910.
Loving and kind in all their ways,
Sincere and true in heart and mind; A beautiful memory left behind Which time can never fade.
-(Inserted by Mr G. L. Williamson and family,
Glenfern, Newstead )
HORSFALL.-In loving memory of my dear sister, Beck, who passed away at Castlemaine I8th February, 1932 -Everr remembered. (In- serted by her loving sister. Jess, brother-in-law, George, nephews, Fred and Keith Smith, North-
HORSFALL.-In loving memory of our dear Auntie Beck, who passed away on the I8th February, 1932
Always so good, unselfish, and kind, few in this world her equal to find.
-(Inserted bv her loving niece and nephew, Grace and Wally)
HUNTER. - In sad and loi ing memory of my dear husband, -who passed ana} on the ISth February, 1932
One }ear has passed, dear sweetheart,
One year of grief and pain,
When I think of the one I loved the best,
But hope to sec again,
God gaio }ou to me, God has taken again,
In His mere} Ile did what was best, Tor ne 6avv you were tired and weary,
And Ile took }0U home to rest
-(Inserted hy his loving wife and family, AV}chitclla )
HUNTER-In loving memory of our clear father, John, who passed avva} on the ISth ! eb- ruar}, 1932
Always so loving, unselfish, anil kind, Few In this world his equal to find A beautiful life carno to an end
Ile died as he lived ever}one's friend
-(Inserted b} his loving son, Howard, and daughter.ln-l.iw, Elsie, and grandchildren, Irene,
Wallace, and Leonard )
JENSEN.-In loving memor} of our dear mother, who passed awn} on the 20th Fcbruir.i, 1129, at 4SS Canning street. North Carlton
-(Inserted by her loving daughter and oons, I lorrle, George, Charlie, and 1 rani )
KENNEDY.-In loving memory of our devoted mollier, who passed awav on the l'th Tebruarv, 1924 ut Ringwood, liso dear father, who died on
the 6th November, 1006
Ilcstlng where no shadows fall,
Peaeefitllv steeping, aw iltitig us all
-(Inserted by iheir loving diut,hters, A A,
M I II t K and C ! )
KENNER-In loi ing memory of ni} de ii wife, Alinnlc. anl our loving mother who pissed mu on 17th lebruirv 1J 2 (Inserted bv her loving
husl uni and ihihlreii )
KENT-lu loving nu mon of our di ir mother who lasscl ivvav on III. loth I ti ni nv PU! grand moll ii if l.lailvs ml bliirlrv (Inserted bv Kuih and Le lev Uiler )
LORD-lu loving niemorv of mv d ar mother Hlrn xxiii piss d iwiv In «-iilliev on 1Mb leb ruiirv li 2 -Sweet n mt nil rim c (Inserted Iv Iur lov¡ii"- diiighter, llij line- VIrs S stuart son In lui mi I little. Kunlson (.orion )
MURRAY-In loving munon o( nn wile Je«sie Hol(,e who died on ISth Kbnlarv l'l.o (D li
NEILSON-In loving minion ni our cU ir son and li itlitr, W lill mi al« j une e of Mull, who vas Décident illv Ulled lebrtnrv 19 I1'II
linne from us but leaving Death em niter tiki um
-(Inserted lu his loving pariiits ind brotlieis)
OPPY-In nd and loving minion oi mv ti it husl mil, Willum Hilliup who pj«scd a« iv on the 19th I c1 rúan 10 2
One of tin best
VIisiLtl evei} dai lo* iveiv liant Hin oft li»re eoine« b fire mt
Your diir fice fond mid tine I or death can never luke awa}
loving memories of vou
?-(Inserted hy hi» lot ing bul lonely wife, Mabel,
Sinth ingham )
OSGOOD-CANNON - V tribute to the memory of a loving husband and filhcr, who passed awav on the ISth febmirv H30 - Lver remembered bv his wife, fnmll} and sister
PLATT-In loving memor} of mr dear husband and our dear father Jim«, Willum Platt, who died at Brighton ISth february liol
Time takes awa} the edge of gricr, But memoiv tunis bjck every leaf
-(Inserte 1 bv I119 loving wife and son« Ellis!
and llovvarlh )
PLUNKETT. -In loving memory of my dear husband, Harold, loving father of Bert and Percy,
loving son-in-law of J. and K. Colley, who passed away at 14 Vincent street, Surrey Hills, 19th Feb- ruary, 1928.
We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year.
-(Inserted by his loving wife and sons.)
PURVIS. -In remembrance of our father, Wil-
liam Purvis, who passed awav at Lubeck 19th February, 1930.
RAMSAY. -In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who passed away on the 15th February 1931, at Middle Brighton. -Sweet memories. (In- serted by the family.)
RUDD. -In loving memory of our dearly beloved mother, and devoted grandma of Clive, who passed peacefully away on February 19, 1927, also our dearly beloved father, who entered into rest on April 5, 1900
To each beautiful life came a peaceful end.
SANKEY.-In sad memory of dear Leila, who passed away at Gardenvale 18th February, 1924, loving mother of Evelyn June, much loved daugh- ter of J. C. and M. Bell, and dear sister of Evelyn, Fred, and Harry. -Ever lovingly remembered.
SEMMENS. -In loving memory of my dear hus- band and our dear father, Peter, who passed away on February l8, 1932, at Latrobe street, Bruns- wick. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
SHEEAN. -In love and memory of my dear father, who passed away on 18th February, 1932.
In tears we saw you sinking, dad,
We watched you fade away;
We tended you with loving care,
But could not make you stay.
You left behind sad, aching hearts
That loved you most sincere, That never have nor ever will
Forget you, dad dear.
-(Inserted by his loving daughter, Hazel.)
SMART. -In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away 19th February, 1932; also my dear mother, who passed away 27th October, 1927.
SMITH. - In loving memory of our darling daughter, Valda, who passed away on the 18th February, 1932, aged 15 years.
Gone from this world so quickly,
Plucked like a flower in bloom.
So young, so sweet, so dearly loved,
Oh, why was she taken so soon?
-(Inserted by her loving parents, Elm grove, Windsor.)
STRANGWARD. -In loving memory of my dear husband. John W. Strangward, who passed away on February 19, 1931. -Beautiful memories. (In- serted by his loving wife, E. J. Strangward.)
WILD.-Cherished memories of my only darling daughter, Brenda Eugene, passed away the 18th February, 1920, aged 19 years.
At the dawn of her sweet young life
God called her to heaven above,
And all that is left us as years roll by
Is her beautiful memory to love.
-(Inserted by her loving mother and Maurice, South Africa; Arnold. W.A.)
WILKINSON. -In loving remembrance of my dear wife, E. J. Wilkinson, who departed this life on 18th February, 1932, at Crockford street, Port Melbourne, aged 60 years.
Remembrance is a golden chain
Time tries to break, but all in vain.
-(Inserted by her loving husband, F. Wilkinson, 27 Booran road. Caulfield.)
WILKINSON-DAWSON.-In loving remembrance of mother dear and darling Nana, who passed away ISth February, 1932.
To memory ever dear.
Some day we'll understand.
-(Inserted by Alice and Perc Loughhead, Fred and Daven.)
WILLIAMS.-In sorrowful memory of my dear son, Frank, who died on the 18th February, 1919.
May his soul rest in peace.
I love to speak of you, dear Frank,
I love to hear your name
And bring you in our daily talk,
For I love you just the same.
-(Inserted by his lonely mother, father, and brother, Horace.)
WINTERBOTTOM.-In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, John Charles, who passed at Leitchville 20th February, 1932.
We treasure still with love sincere Loving memories of one so dear.
-(Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in law, Alma and Arthur, and grandchildren-Lloyd -Eunice, Roma, and Merson.)
Aun-Mrs. ACE (ksircs to THANK all friends -*1- tor kindly expressions of sjmpathj in hei recent bereavement. Please accept tins as an acknowledgment of m\ sincere gratitude. 2S I'ai-lcy street. rootscru>._m
ALLEN.-Mrs. A. II. ALLEN and Mr. and -Mrs.
__. J. ALLEN desire to tender their sincere TIUN'KS to all roi Unes and kind friends for ex- pressions of Bynipathy, letters, canis, floral tributes, and pcisonal lisils in their recent sudden beredAemmt, espociallv thanking Dr. J. McMahon, I.ev. J. Howse, Kc\. L. J. nowlands. Will all pkase accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude. 31) Ilillcrcst a\cnue, Kew._ BAKER.-Strs. J Ii. U.KEK mid Family and
Mr_. W. A. IHKBK, jun., dcüire to express their heartfelt a HANKS to relatives and kind friends for their Utters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, personal condolence., and expressions of «vmpatby in their recent sad bereavement, .ind their gratiful appreciation to friends for their practical kindnesses, especially thanking Urs. L. McDonald and I*. Doyle and Sister Porter for their skilful attention and kindness, Will all pleat« accept this as an acknowledgment of their deepest gratitude. 231 L>gon street. Carlton_
BATE.-Mr. WALTER BATE and DORRIE desire
to express sincere 1 HANKS to all relatives and friends tor telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy, especially Dr. Hardy and sister» at Llandyssil, in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please ac- cept this as a personal acknowledgment of their gratitude._
BEESION.- Hie Widow of the late ROBERT W.
BEESTON' wishes to THANK relatives and friends for telegram«, letters, Uoral and personal sympathy lu the sad loss of her very dear husband, especially thanking Dr. A. J. Kerr, of East Bruns- wick, for all his kindness. Sincere gratitude to all. 39 Bay street, Brighton._ CAST.-Mr. ARTHUR CAN'T and Family desire
to THANK all relative« and friends for tele- grams, letters, cards, and floral tributes and per- sonal expressions received during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our deepest gratitude. 25S Glenlyon road, N'orth Fitzroy._ "l^ALKJNGHAM.-Miss FALKINOIIVM desires to -*- express her sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends foi letters, cards, telegrams, floral tribute's, and personal s.vmpath} during her recent sad bereavement. Kindly accept this as personal acknowledgment of my gratitude. _ FISCHER. - The Misses FISCHER wish to ex- press their heartfelt THANKS to all kind relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes of sympathy extended lo them in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of grati- tude. The Hill, Kilmore. GOFF. -Mr. H. E. GOFF and Family wish to
convey their THANKS to all friends for letters and telegrams of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.
JOB-The family of the late Mrs. ALBERT JOB
desire to THANK relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, especially thanking the Rev. W. G. and Mrs. Lewis. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our gratitude. 10 Rathdown street, East Brunswick. KAY -Mr J K AY and family desire to 1H VNK
relatives and friend- for letters, cards, tele grams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement Will all please accept tills as a personal aeknovvlcdg men. of their sincere gratitude 3S Bunting street, Burnley_
MAGUIMiESS-Miss DOLAV desires to express
her sincere THANKS to all friends for their letters, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement, CHpe elallv thanking matron and nurses of Ravenswood private hospital Will all please accept Hub as a personal acknowledgment of gratitude_ MORRISON -Mr MORRISON and family Moon
darra and Airs LOCK. Phillip Island, de«iro to THANK relating and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and tloial tributes in their recent sail bcreaiemcnt, especially thanking the m inv kind friends on Phillip Island Will all please accept this as an acknowledgment of their sincere grati tude_
MIL F W SAKLR and MI-s'MATrib V SAKLR
wish to express their sincere PUANKS to all relatives, friends, neighbours for letters cards visits personal expressions of s}mpatliy in sail fiudden Io-is of her dear brother. Alf, espcciall} thanking YMrelc»s Commission for broadcasting, Dr Murdock, nursing staff at Bush nursing Hos pita! police at larra Junction, also Williamstown and Newport police, Rev E E Sliackcll and Nelson Bros Will all please accept our sincere, deepest gratitude and acknowledgment 90 Dover road, North Williamstown
He lins taken his last long lourney
In God s beautiful ship called Rest, Awa} from tills world of sorrow.
To a home of eternal rest
MR and Mrs 11 G IIOPl'LV and Mrs HOPPLN,
sen , desire lo expieos HIAMvS to all kind relatives and friends for telegrams, cards, letters floral tributes, and personal mesf-njes coinejincr sjmpatlij, especiillj. thanking Dr O 1 oufjhlln and nurse for untiring; care and attention in their recent sad and sudden bercav cment W ill all pleibe accept this as a personal mefisaire of heartfelt
crralitiide ninden, and Queenscliff_
MU A COLL-MvN and lamlij tender their
heartfelt HI WhS to relatives, friends Maples and staff, clubs, and all others for their kindlv sjiupalhv expressed bv letters, telegram« floral tiIbules anti personal condolence In their recent «ad bcuavenient, the loss ot their beloved Mife
MI! and Mr« J S \I «-OP and Clift of
«liotoulv wish to express (lieu heartfelt lllWhs, to ni lind relatives mid fríen Is for tatdt, 1 (ter«, t 1. grims, and floral tributes of «vmpalliv extended to thciu in their irrcit sorrow Will nil (leise incept this as a cersoiin! acknow Ip.Icnifiit ol -rratiui li_
Mit aid Mi» \ «<IN_L\IK and r-inulv desir,
ti «\ii.ss (lu ir sincere GHUITLDI to ntl lind ichtive» md Wen Is for svmpatliv md kind nc«s in theil rec mt sad bereavement o Johnstone «I reel M llv el li
Ml! (. \ SIMS dishes to IIlVNh ulltli s j tul
Ullin!« fir Utters tolcairn, c ird«- anl tri! ules of expression« of simpithv in In recuit bcie-iveuieut Ulli ill accept this is i ptisoinl i cjv n ml. Uniciit cn sintere s i ittlli le_
Mils VI 1- III, VAR, \N late c1 II s.ndmvn
roil \st itv ile mid Mr I \ L MUMU IL doll to lUVMv all relativ.s mil fr cn Is fir ti lorrains biter» cir.ls b'uititul fl>iil tributes anl pei son ii expressions ot «Huillín m llielr went «Jil her -iv i mint ,«|ulillv th uikliiir Mi Noptllllli md tllToflien lilli . il«it!nt(i sistus mil musts tot tin tr unf lilma; lit ntlon «ill all pine iicccit this is a iel omi i 1 non 1« il_f nu nt ot ¡riatiuiile 0 Uixinln iniult
AlltSsL S IUIICI LL wishes to evpre«s hei su
-I'-l ccie lIUMvS for the ¡pent sviupithv shown
to hei lu bei ricent sail bon li cment Will all plcuio accept this na a. person ii acknowledg munt KingidowD, Yea
BEREAVEMENT CARDS I
"¡MRS ARNOID and Family desire to THANK I
-"-*? relations and friends for floral tributes tele grams cards, letter- and personal expressions of svmrathv during their sid bereivemeiit especially thinking Dr Campt eil for Ins kindness and atten
tiou Will all j lease accept this as a person ii | ickiov]edi,ment ol their deepest gratitude 47 fdgevale road Kew_ Apis L. LEES Yin S LEES and Daughter ^,J- desire to THVNK all relatives and friends for telegrams letters floral tributes, and per sonal expressions of 6}mpathv during their recent sad bereavement especially thanking the *taff of the Melbourne Sato Deposit Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment_ ATRN J D fEROUSON and Family desire to ~'A THANK relatives and friends for letters tele grams card«, and tributes of expressions of s}m ptthi in their recent sad bereavement especial!} thanking Dr O Stephens hospital staff Rev T A V Paul and employes of T 11 Guot and Co Pty Ltd Will all pleasa accept this as a personal expression of our gratitude 103 Dr} buri,!! st North Alelbourne_ "¡XTRS r f PORTER and fannlv desire to -"-*. THANK relatives and friends for beautiful floral tributes letters cards, telegrams and per «onal expressions of sympath} during their recent sad bereavement Will all please accpt this as a personal acknowledgment of their deepest gratl tude 71 Stevenson street Kew_ "¡V ["RS YV II FORD and Famll} desire to THANK
.*-'-*. all friend» and relatives for their kine, expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement Sqfnno Barkly st. Mordialloc
"1J> 1ZZO -Mr and Mrs J 1UZZO and Son GÜ7 ?í*' donvale desire to TILANK relatives and friends for letters telegrams, cards and tributes of s}mpath} in their recent sad bereavement, cs pcclally Mrs Pegler and Mrs Moore YVill all please accept this as a personal expression of our gratitude_
RY AN -The Famll} of the late ELIZ ABETH
RYAN desire to THANK relatives and friends for letters telegrams, cards and tributes of ex pression of sympathy in their recent sad bereave ment especially Miss Ruby Garden Mrs flo}d and famih, Mr and Mrs n Fleming and Mrs Hellier for all their kindness Will all accept .i.i_ - _ . ._.. ... . o£ S[ncerc
»TMÍE family of the late Mrs W li (MARY
-*- f I LEN) MARCH wish to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for floral tributes letters telegrams cards and persoml expressions ot s}mpath} In their recent sad bereave ment also for all kindnesses sliovvn to lier during her lifetime and illness. Will all please accept this as a personal ackno vledgment of oui deepest
'THOMAS D OGG and famll} wish to THANK
*- all those who sent floral tributes telegrams cards letters io, w-hen our beloved gran went to sleep Kindly accept this as a personal ex Pression of our gratitude and mav God bless }0u all 21 Marshall street Newmarket
TRIVETT. - The Family of the late Mrs. M. S.
TRIVETT desire to express their heartfelt THANKS to their many kind relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy by personal visits, telegrams, letters, and cards in the loss sustained by them in the death of their dear mother, especially thanking Dr. Bennett, Dr. Davis, and the Rev. Hinton for their untiring attention and ministrations. Please accept this intimation, as we find it impossible to thank all personally. 28 Bennett street, North Fitzroy.
WILLIAMS.-The Widow and Family of the
late CHARLES WILLIAMS (of Tallangatta Valley, Victoria, and Urana, N. S. W.) desire to return THANKS for all expressions of sympathy reveived furing their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of their gratitude, Gem brook, Tallangatta Valley, Victoria.
ALLARDICE-Friends of Mr JOHN ALLARDICE
are informed that the remains of his
late beloved wife Florence will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery Kew
The funeral will moive from his residence No 103 Charles street Prahran, THIS DAY. (Saturday, F ebruary I8) at 11 o clock
B MATTHEWS PTY LTD , Funeral Directors, Toorak road South Yarra, and branches.
CAROILU-The Friends of the late Mrs EMILY
CAB.G1LL are respectful!} informed that her remains will be cremated in the Melbourne Cre
Tlie funeral will leave the residence of her daughter (Airs Hillman) 1 Afountfield street East Bninswtck THIS DAA. (Saturdi} 11th tibi- an , 1933) at 10 30 a-m
JOSFPH ALLISON 1 uneral Director 7SS S}dney road North Brunswick Tel Bwk S31_
I7IRTH-The Friends of the late Mrs MARTnA
- EVE f IHTH are respectfully invite I to follow her remains to the place of interment the 1 oota era} Ccmclcr}
Tlic funeral is appointed to move frcm the rcsld nee of her daughter No S I li da crescent Hawthorn THIS ])v\ («atuidaj ISth February)
at 2 30 pm, arriving at lie cemetery at ¿lo
W VI TI R A W ARNF, Lnelertakcr 291 Barkly street, 1 ootscrav Phone 9 I ootscra}
G ALU-The Iriends of the late Mr TOM GAH
are respectfully infonned tint his remains will be interred in the Bnghton Cemcter»
The funeral will leave 21 Ash e,rove last Mai
y ern, THIS DAA («aturdav ISth lelruarv), at 3pm, ami ing at the cemetery at 3-0 p m
GUE-The Friends of the late THOYLAS GALE
are informell that lils funeral will leave No 24 Ash grove Tast Malvern, THIS DAY (Satur dav) at 3 p m , for the place of interment, the Brighton Cemetery arriving at 3 20
RAY.BOULDS PTY LTD, Malvern (phone U1427) in conjunction with F J CROUCH and SON, Stawell
GILL1FS--The Friends of the late THOMAS
GILLIES are respectfully invited lo follow his remains lo the place of interment m the Strathallen Ctmetcr}
lhe funeral is appointed to move from his late residence No 31 O Grady street Clifton Hill, THIS DVA (Saturday), a' li o clock
ALI RED ALI ISON 1 uneral Director, Clllton Hill 'Phone JW170S_ HADLEY-The Friends of the late Aliss ANN
ELIZABETH (Annie) JLADLEY. are invited to follow her remains lo the Bos Hill Como tor) . , «.
The funeral will leave her lite residence no 332 Riversdale road Hawthorn fist THIS DAY (Saturday 18th I ehniirv 1933) at 2 o clock
If PINE and SON, funeral Directora Thone J1141 _____________
H ELEY - Hie lnends of Mr W1ILIVM
ROBINSON HUEY are informed that the remains of his late beloved wife Illida Healriec will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery
Tho funeral will leave his residence Sliellej
nigh road South Camberwell THIS DAY (satur- day ISth Februan) at 2 30 pm, arriving nt the cemcter} about 3pm
DRAYTON and CARSON Undertakers, 215 High street, Malvern Tel U122S
HIRD.-The Friends of the late Mr. FRANK
HIRD, late A.I.F., 1st Batt., New South Wales, are respectfully notified that his funeral will leave his residence, Olive road, Devon Mea- dows, To-morrow (Sunday, the 19th February), at 1.30 o'clock, for his last resting place, Cranbourne
WILLIAM J. GARNAR, funeral Director, Dande- nong, and Cranbourne. Tel. Dandenong 308.
HOUSTON. - The Friends of the lato Air
WILLIAM JAMbS HOUSTOV ure informed lhat hi» funeral will leave his residence, No 49 Talbot avmue Balwyn, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 10 o clock for the place of Interment in the Vieil ourne General Cemetery, Carlton, arriving at
10 35 '
RAYBOULDS PTY ITD 290 Glenhuntly road, Llsternw lok. 'Phone I/>o67_ KIDD -Tlie rrlcnds of the late Miss ROBIN A
(BF\E) KIDD are respectfull} informed that her roninns will be interred In the Alelbourne General Cemetery, Carlton
The funeral will leave the residence of her
nephew (Ali Sumplcr), 122 Richardson street, Albert Pane, on Monday, 20th February, at 11
LUCKIE.- Friends of the late Mrs. ELLEN LUCKIE are informed that her remains will be interred in the Eldorado Cemetery.
The funeral will move from the Church of Eng land Cathedral, Wangaratta THIS DAY (Satur day), 18th February, at 2 pm.
McNLII I of Kyneton and Birchip are re- spectfull} informed thal lils remains will be in terrcd in the Kyneton Cometer}
Tile funeral is appointed to leave his late resi dance fbdon street, h}ncton Tomorrow (Sun day, 19th I ebruar}), at 2 pm
C J WILLI AVIS, Undertaker, Mollison street, Kyneton _
Winn -The Frienls of (he late Mr f RANK
Will 11 are informel that his remains will be interred in the Sj ringy ale Cemetery
The tunori I Is incinted to moie from W O tips anl s "s mortuiri elia) el, 3 to Illili street st K11 Ia THIS DAY (Saturday, ISth february)
at 10 30 o clock
Al PS AND SONS 1 TY LTD 1 uneral Directors 1 1 one W in "I
WHITE - The friends of the late JOHN WHITE
are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Heidelberg cemetery, THIS DAY (Saturday 18th February).
The funeral is appointed to leave Taylor and Sons' Funeral Parlours, Ivanhoe, at 4 p.m.
TAYLOR and SON, Funeral Directors, 'Phone Heid. 53.
WIL1IVMS-lneiils f the lit Mi Lil WILI . »» WILI I AM«, nie Infonne 1 tint hu nu u s y ill be liicneel lu (he "-j ill neale lender
The funeral w11! move from his lite i id ne No 20 Westminster sliect Oiklc eli 1 Ills D\\ (Salureli} rebiuni! 18), at J o click
B MATTHLWS PTY LTD , 1 uneiil Directors Toorak road, South Yirra, and branches