[In order to guard against imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their
Birth and Marriage Notices, 3/ each; Death,
Bereavement, and In Memoriam Notices, 6 lines,
3/, extra lines 6d.
ASHER. —On the 7th September, at Nurse Buchanan's, "Maristowe," private hospital, Fair- field, the wife of Percy J. Asher, Washington avenue, East Malvern —a daughter.
BARNETT. —On the 12th July, at Miss Hill's
private hospital, Camperdown, to Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Barnett, Glenfyne —a son (William Rex).
BASSET (nee Pansy Pope). —On the 20th August,
at Donald, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Basset —a son (Spencer Maurice).
BROWN. —On the 18th August, at "Marazion,"
Albion street, West Brunswick, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown —a daughter (Esme Mavis).
BURSTON. —On the 25th August, at private hos-
pital, 51 Kooyong road, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Burston, of Yarrum, South Gippsland - a son.
CALABY. - At Nurse Tank's private hospital, Cres
wick, to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Calaby, Commercial road, Talbot - a son (Cecil John).
COHEN. —On the 4th September, 1920, at "Ryl-
son," Barkly street, St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cohen - a son (John Victor).
DAY. —On the 13th July, at "Nethercourt" private
hospital, Surrey Hills (Sister McDonald, R.R.C.), to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Day —a son (Donald).
DORE. —On the 4th September, 1920, at private
hospital, Dimboola, to the wife of Ashley E. Dore —a daughter (Betty Warren).
DOWNEY. —On the 29th August, at "Altona,"
Nurse French's private hospital, Kerang, the wife of J. Downey —a son.
EASTON (nee Edyth Jeremiah). —On the 26th
August at their residence, at Wonthaggi, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Easton (both late A.I.F.) —a
ELSWORTH. —On the 31st August, at Nurse Pask's
private hospital, Carpenter street, Middle Brigh- ton, the wife of Frank R. Elsworth —a daugh-
FOREMAN (nee Daisy Timbs). —On 31st August, at Londa private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. V. Foreman — a daughter (Mavis Olive).
FRANCIS. —On the 9th September, at "Bethesda"
Private Hospital, Erin street, West Richmond, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Vin. Francis (late A.I.F.), 18 Hall street, Moreland —a son (Reginald George).
GAMBLE (nee Maudie Lee). —On the 21st August,
at "Merlin" Private Hospital, Dandenong, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gamble, "Bernafae," Clyde North (late A.I.F.) —a son (Lindsay Graham).
GRIMWOOD (nee Linda Lees). —On the 31st August, at Sister Wain's private hospital "Fern leigh," Hoddle street, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grimwood, of "Brenva," Clarence street, Elsternwick —a son (Edward Leigh).
GRUMONT (nee Rene Smith). —On the 18th August,
at their residence, "Struan Estate," Merino, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Grumont - a son (Arthur Macintosh, premature).
GUNSON. —On the 6th August, at "Avon," Grand-
view grove, Upper Hawthorn, to the Rev. and Mrs. George H. Gunson - daughter (Mary
HALLAM. —On the 26th August, at "Kirami,"
Rothsay avenue, St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallam —a son (Jack Wilson).
HALLIGAN. - On the 3rd September, at Nurse Buoyer's private hospital, Manningtree road,
Hawthorn, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Halligan, "Nes- tor," Bailey crescent, Ripponlea - a daughter.
HAMS (nee Nellie Fraser). - On the 30th August,
at Nurse Kelly's, Warragul, to wife of W. F. Hams (late A.I.F.) - twins, son and daughter (Ellen Jean, William Gordon).
HARLEM. - On the 31st August, at Airlie, 33 Acland street, St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Harlem - a son, Donald (Don).
HAYMES. - On the 6th September, 1920, at Sister
Annear's private hospital, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Haymes, Testar grove, Caulfleld - a son. HODGSON (nee Carrie Smith). -On the 19th
August, at Mount Wise private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hodgson - a son (Douglas
HOLLIER (nee Monica Houfe). - On the 4th
August, 1920, at Nurse Fox's private hospital, Mornington, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hollier (late A.I.F.), Edenhope, Tyabb - a daughter (Edna Mary).
IMRAY. -On the 2nd September, at "Nambour,"
Howitt road, Caulfield. to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Imray - a son (Maxwell Sladden).
ISAACSON.— On the 31st July, at 164 Highbury,
New Park, London, to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Isaacson—a son.
JOHNSON. - On the 27th August, at Nurse
Donelly's. Drummond street, Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Johnson, of St. Andrew's Hotel, Fitz- roy - a son. Both well.
KEYS (Ella Chellew).- On 31st August, 1920, at Merlin, Dandenong, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Keys, Tyrone, Hemming street, Dandenong - a son.
MACLEOD. —On the 22nd August, at "Dunvegan,"
Mair street, Ballarat, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Macleod —a daughter (Margaret Patricia). (Queensland and Sydney papers please copy.)
McCUTCHEON. —On the 8th September, at 87
Foam street, Elwood, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. McCutcheon —a son (stillborn). MICHELSON. —On the 31st August, at Bethesda
private hospital, the wife of J. Michelson —a son (Ronald Josiah Maurice).
MILLER. —On the 29th August, to Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Miller, of "Wahroonga," Sunnyside avenue, Camberwell —a son (Edward John).
MONGER. —On the 17th August, at Cottage Hos-
pital, Currie, King Island, Tasmania, to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Monger —a son (Normyn Roulston).
MORGAN. —On the 4th August, at Sister Ireland's
private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, of Glenroy —a daughter (Alice Leonie). MUSGROVE (nee Maude Merrie). —On the 1st Sep-
tember, at "Messines." 5 Canterbury street, Brighton Beach, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. J. Musgriove —a daughter.
O'BRIEN (nee Blanche Lewis). —On the 7th Sep-
tember, at Sister McPhee's, "St. Helen's," Lewisham road, East St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brien, 50 Harold street, Middle Park —a son.
O'CONNOR (nee Lottie Watt). —On the 8th Sep-
tember, 1920, at 2 Gladstone avenue, Northcote, to Mr. and Mrs. O'Oonnor —a son (Murray Moore).
PEARSON. —On the 5th September, 1920, at 21
Gurner street, St. Kilda, the wife of Wilfred C. Pearson —a son.
REDPATH (nee Dorothy Broadbent). —On the 29th
August, at "Somerset House," Eastern Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Curtis Redpath —a daughter (Dorothy Jean).
SHELTON. —On the 4th September, at "Londa"
private hospital, to Dr. and Mrs. Percy Shelton, Glenhuntly road, Elsternwick —a daughter.
SILCOCK (nee Gladys Wallace-Nurse). —On the 5th
September, at Nurse Brown's private hospital, 424 Madeline street, Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs. William R. Silcock, of 32 Essex street, Prahran, (late of Toora, Gippsland, and A.I.F.) —a daughter Gladys Emily Eleanor
SIMONSEN (nee Katy Ross).-On the 3rd Septem
ber, at "Woolamai," Balaclava road, East St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Simonsen-a son (James Ross).
SMITH (nee Ionie Sear).-On the 4th September,
1920, at "Moana," 38 Mitchell street, Northcote, to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Smith-a daughter (Joyce Marjory).
STANLEY (nee Annie Stanley).-On the 20th
August, at "Bethesda," to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stanley, "Lowan," Merri street, Northcote-a daughter (Annie).
SUTHERLAND.-On the 25th August, at Nurse
Hortle's private hospital, Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sutherland-a son.
TI*i*R<s -On 15th August, at Dr. Hawthorn's pri
ulr liosp.ml, Murnivvlllc, to Mr. and Mrs. A. A. TifN-.i »on (Archibald Alexander).
TUki.ltMAV (nee Rankin).-On the loth August,
WOODS. -On the _tth Augnsl, nt No. 00 Brinsley
ITO'I, l_st Camberwell, the wife of Fred. G. liend.-a son. (Roth well.)
YOUNG.-Oii the Ith September, 1020, at "Slinr
ineen." Uorsham, tile wife of V. S. Young-a ?laughter.
ZEUSCHNER (nee Florence Brickle).-On the 23rd
August. at Nurse Knibb's private hospital, Bel grave, the wife of E. A. Zeuschner (late A.I.F.), of Stony Creek-a daughter (Sylvia Jean, Sylvie).
BARNARD-KENNEDY. -On September, 1, 1920,
at St. Luke's Church, Cottesloe, W.A., by the
Rev. H. J. Cooke. M.A., Charles Edmund, (late 3rd A.M.G.S., A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Barnard, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, to Gertrude Lucy (Trudie), youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trant Kennedy, Merino and Port Fairy. (Present ad- dress "Kenbar," Pallinup, via Broome Hill, G.S.R., W.A)
BRIGGS-STATON. -On the 4th September, at
Holy Trinity, Balaclava, by the Rev. F. G. Masters, Sidney James Briggs (ex-lieutenant, A.I.F.), second son of the late Mr. J. H. Briggs, of Manchester, England, and Mrs. E. E. Briggs, of "Seaton Moor," Tennyson street, St. Kilda, Victoria, to Bessie Marion Station, youngest daughter of the late Captain and Mrs. G. R. Station, of Prahran.
CLARK—KAIN. —On the 14th August, at St. Peter's Church of England, Eastern Hill, by Rev. Canon Hughes, William Robert (late A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, of Essendon, to Margaret Adelaide (Addie),
youngest daughter of Mrs. Kain (of Ascotvale), and late Mr. John Kain. Present address, 148 Buckley street, Essendon.
COWMEADOW—CUNNINGHAM. —On the 23rd June 1920, at the Methodist Church, Sandring- ham, by the Rev. Dr. Atkinson, M.A. Litt.D., assisted by the Rev. S. Flockhart, Albert Henry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cowmeadow, of Sandringham, to Jessie, youngest daughter of the late Oliver and Agnes Cunningham of Omeo,
Present address, “Hereford,” Sandringham Road,
EXELL—TILLER. —On the 11th August, at St. Phillip's Church, Abbotsford, by the Rev. L. L. Wenzel, Robert Charles, the third eldest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. William Exell, of Ascot- vale, to Edith Florence, eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Tiller, of Abbotsford.
FORDYCE—ANDREWS. —On the 17th July, 1920, at St. George's Church, Malvern, Ronald, fourth son of Mr. Thos. Fordyce, of Fern street, Chel- tenham, to Gertrude, fourth daughter of Mr. Albert Andrews, of Cross street, Malvern.
GILES-PETTIGREW. —On the 11th February (by special license), at the residence of the bride's mother by the father of the bridegroom, Cap-
tain Fraser Percival, R.I.R., elder son of Rev. William Giles, B.A., rector of Killowen, and Mrs. Giles, nephew Mrs. A. Johnston Lovat, Coburg, to Lorna McCalmont, only daughter of the late Graham Pettigrew, and Mrs. Pettigrew, Eglinton avenue, Belfast.
GRIMME-GALLEGOS.-On the 20th July, at Holy Trinity Church of England, Glen Innes, N.S.W., by the Rev. Canon Kemiss, B.A., Alex- ander Francis, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. Grimme, of Dawson, to Alice Marie, only
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Gallegos of Cootamundra. HOWDEN -LYONS 0n the 24th July at Fairfield Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. G. M. C-onnor,
Allen Graham, youngest son of George and Mary Howden, Lucerne cresent, Alphington to Mary
Blanch, second daughter of Mary Blanch Lyons Heidelberg road, Alphington.
LE PLASTRIER—WOLFE. —On the 10th August, at the Presbyterian Church, Avoca, bv the Rev. F.
Robinson, Horace Howell (late A.l.F.), second youngest son of Mrs. Le Plastrier and the late Captain Hector Hall Le Plastrier, to Euphemia, eldest daughter of Mr. C. W. Wolfe, of Avoca.
MrDONALD-PENNY. —On the 20th June, at St.
Georgc*.s Prosb} terian Church, Geelong, hy Chap- lain Rev. .!. II. Renton!. Angus A. (lato A.I.F.), wund um of Mr. and Mrs. Angus McDonald, of
Nilma (late of Yiilcliani), to Olive, }oungest I . daughter of the late SI. II. Penny, of Wallup, I
.md Mrs. C. Penny, of 4.*> Albert street, Weat
l.'e-eloi.g. I OPRAY—O'REILLY. —On the 28th July, at St.
Mary's, East St. Kilda, by the Very Rev. Father Lynch, William James, eldest son of Mary and the late Archibald Opray, of Windsor, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Peter and Emma O'Reilly, late of Deniliquin, N.S.W.
PIKE-HALL. —On the 20th March, 1920, at the
Albert Park Baptist Church, by the Rev. Ray- mond Farrar, Gordon (Anzac, late 60th Batt.), son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlson, 70 Richardson street, Albert Park, to Florence, only daughter of Mrs. Lucia Hall, of 39 Finlay street, Albert Park. Present address, Brighton.
RAFF—MASON. —On the 10th August, at St.
James's Old Cathedral. West Melbourne, by the Rev. Thomas Cole, William Henry (late 3rd Pioneer Battalion, A.I.F.). only son of Mrs. W. H. Raff, West Melbourne, and the late W. H. Raff, late of Nagambie, to Jessie Eleanor Frances, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mason, Metropolitan Hotel, Adderley street, West Mel-
SEEGER-BEARD. —On the 17th July, at St.
Matthew's Church of England, Prahran, by the Rev. W. T. C. Storrs, Victor Charles, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Seeger, of Northcote, to Alice Gertrude, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Beard, of Prahran.
THOMSON-ROUVRAY. —On tile 4lh August, at
Holy Trinity Church, Coburg, by the Rev. F. P. Edwards, William Charles (late A.I.F.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomson, of Coburg, to Elsie May Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rouvray, of Coburg.
WAILES-GIST. —On the 14th August, at All
Saints, St. Kilda, by the Rev. J. W. Ashton, M.A., John Henry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wailes, of Dundas street, South Preston, to Ruby May, only daughter of the late Mr. John Gist, of Bendigo, and Mrs. Gist, Alexandra parade, North Fitzroy.
AITKEN. —On the 8th September, at Wagerup,
Western Australia, Alexander, dearly beloved husband of the late Elizabeth, beloved father of Elizabeth (W.A.), Mrs. H. Elder (Heather- ton, Vic), Mrs. J. W. Follett (Cheltenham, Vic), Mrs. W. J. Miles (Ryanston, Vic), James Robert, Isaac, Mrs. W. J. Phillips, Alexander, Mrs. W. Thomson, late Sarah (Mrs. Leverick), and William (W. A.), aged 79 years and 4
Dear father at rest.
BEISSEL On the 10th September, at North
Carlton, Florence Nightingale Beissel, of 31 Edward street, Brunswick, and late of Dunedin (New Zealand), wife of Frank Harold Beissel, and loved mother of Carl William Beissel, aged 57 years. (New Zealand papers please copy.)
BETTS.-On the 4th September, at Hurdle Flat,
Beechworth, Vincent, the dearly beloved hus- band of Isabella M. Betts, aged 73 years. -For- merly of Hobart, Tasmania.
BLACKBURN.-On the 10th September, at his
rcridrnre, "Ilarhonnlcrt-s," Otira road, Caulfield (ort Balaclava road). Richard, the beloved bus bund of Mary Elizabeth, nnd loving father of John. Arthur (lube A.I.F.), Poppy, Pearl, Grace, mid Glad.vs, William, Cris, and Herbert (late 2d niryvtobc! crescent, Grace Park, Hawthorn). (No Howers, by request.)
BROWN.-On the Oth Scple'mlicr. 1020, nt her
! _e residence, Creek street. Bendigo, Mary Fiances, beloved eldest daughter of the late Robert.and Frances Brown (lute Ferrickfl East),, aged (13 years. \
BROWN*.-On the 4th September. 1020, at Bairns-
dale, John Brown, late of Geelong, Paynesville, and Orbost,.aged 6 tycars.
BUI-MER.-On tho Oth September, at private hos-
pital, Bairnsdale, Helen, the beloved wife of Howard I>. Dulmer, In her 35th year. .
CARMICHAEL,-On tho'ítli September,'at lier re.
t-ldence, ''Bellendean," Healesville, Ann Burnut, relict of the late Amlrevv Carmichael, and dearly loveil aunt of Annie B., Scott, aged 77 yean. (In Irrrcd Mclbonrno General Cemetery, Sth Septem- ber,) .- i
CHEEVER.-On tlie Oth September, at Wallasey,
Ferncroft avenue, East Malvern, Jessie Emily, widow of-the late Willi mi Cnniiell Chccvcr, and beloved mother of diaries Eustace and Mar- garet Clicevcr, uged 78 .vcars. (Privately in- terred.) ' * * ?
COHEN.-On the 10th September, at "St. Leon-
ards," St. Kilda, Joseph A. Cohen, aged 62 years.
DAVIDSON.-On tho 2nd September (suddenly), William Davidson, I.S.O., .M.lnst. C.B. (late Inspector-general of public works, Victoria), be- loved husband qf Elizabeth Davidson, "Maroon ' dall," LlRson grove, Hawthorn, in "his 70th
0OWEICK.-On the loth September, at'his parents'
losidenee, 3(1 Dicken« street, St. Kilda. David Russel Dowrick, deailv loved son of Mr." and Mrs. D. A. Dowriek, imrt dear little brother of Alston and Loren Do-vrick. aired ;t months." ' .
'Our little bud in Heaven. «
DUNKERLEV.-On Hie "lOlh " September,- nt 11
Ljngvvell road, Auburn, Hannah, aged 80. (Prl }-ate funeral. No Howers, hy request.)
EATON.-On the 2nd August (suddenly), at "W'nr
rigul," Dulwich Village, London, Dr. Irene Cecil Davy "En'on, youngest daughter of tile late Dr. Edward Daw, Malmsbury, Vic.
EDWARDS.-On tim nth September, nt Walhalla,
Harold, much loved brother of Kate (Mrs. MorbC, 24 Epsom mad, Kensington), loving uncle of Hilda, Vera, Willie, and Jvy, late 87th Battalion A.I.F., after 12 months' cruel suffering, aged 32 years. '. '. -
l^ivcd'by all. He gave his life, his all. ,
EVANS.-.On the 9lh Septcmberi at 'Murtoa,
George, the* beloved husband of Isabella. .Evans (late initiuecr.of W. C. Tliomas and, Sons-Prop. Ltd., Murtoa), aged 78 years. . ...
FOIIRKSTKIt.-On the mil September, of private Wpltal, Kant-Malvern (suddenly). Lucy Forrester ' flute of Wiirrnaniliool), loved mother of Ethel
Lucy Newcombe, "I'cresh," Lower Malvern road,
GIFFORD.-On the 4lli September, John James,
lovell eldest son of Catherine and the late Abram Gifford, uf Warburton. - .
GHl.KSPIE.-On the Dtb September (suddenly), at
his resillóme, "Unhide," Main street. Mordi» niloc. Charles, tlie dearly beloved husband of Nettie, and loving father of Reg, Fred, Jack (deceased), and Roy, aged 03 years. (Private interment.)
.Deeply regretted. -(Home papel« piense, copy.)
H».Vi I.TON.-On the Stli September, at Wonthaggi
Hospital (result of accident), Robert William, darling little son* of Ernest anil Minnie Hamil- ton, of Corinella, and loved brother o/ Clyde, Ronald," and Mavis, aged 2 years.
Our little bud in heaven. ,
HH.MIOUSE.-On the 80th August, at Durban,
South '.'frica, Robert, beloved husband of Emma, and fathrr of Robei t and Violet, late of Seymour avenue, East Caulfield, (By cable.) ,
HOWE.-Passed peacefully away on (he 10th Ben
. tcmbcr. 1020, William Henry Charles, the dearly beloved onlv ron of William and Isitwlln 'Mary Howe, of 151 Graham street, Port Melbourne, and .loving brother of Ethel, Maryland Isabel Dando Howe,' aged -2» years. ,
JENKINS.-On tim Dth September, nt Dunvegan,
Biigliton Beach (Ritddenlv), Annie A. H., second ,vnun«-o«t daughter of the late Robert Jenkins mai Miv. Jenkins, forjncrly of Belmont, Wallace- dale, (Privately .Interred.)
KELLY.-On (he 10th September, at the Williams-
town Ho-pitul, .lohn.Kellv, late of s.s. Rip, Ports und Harbour.*, and 10 Nelson street, Williams- town, aged 58 years.
"Rest in peace."
KERSHAW.-On the 22nd August, at Morobe, New
Guinea, William, beloved husband of Annie, Mt. Pleasant, Tunstall, dearly loved and devoted father of Olive W., Hilda B., Roy C., Alton C., and K. Bernice, on his 58th birthday.
LAVt,AND.-pu the 5th September, ' ut^-ilmaln.
Svdnc.v, Norman, the beloved second - BOII of Mrs. Catherine Layland, beloved htothcr of Jack, Stanley, Ernest, Geotgc, Robert, and Con- stance, i loved nephew of Mrs. M. Burrows, Foot scinv, ageil 30 years. , «
MARni-rPTS.-On the 4th September, passed away
at" the Manly Cottage Hospital, Patrick Quint (Scottv) Marrett««, age«! 32 years. (Interrcd-Scpt. 0 in Manly Cemetery.)
"Trusting to meet you again, darling mine."
- .Inserted bv his over loving wife, Val. Mar
McKXIGIlT.-On Hie Stli September. 1020, at St.
John street, Windsor, Amelia, widow- of the late W. A. MeKnight, chemist, in lier 02nd year.
McVl'IGIL-On the 5th September, nt Walshc's
Creek, Ro*a Eliza, beloved vvife of Patrick I McVeigh, and dearly loved mother of Grif
(Ulled in action), Gus, Mrs. Beckley, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Staunton, mid Jumes, and loving I aunt of Rosa. (Pi ¡vate interment 8th Sept.) I Sweet rest.
MILLER.-On the nth September, at the residence
of her brotboj, Dr. W. F. Miller, Mao-borough, Annie Susan, only daueliter of (he late Francis Bowyer -Miller, of "Mvrtlc Hill," Normanby road. Kew, aged 57 years.
NEWTON.-On the «til September, 1020, at his resi-
dence. Roseville, Carngham, George Henry, «li-nrlv beloved husband of Eleanor Newton, and loving father of Annie, Rosetta, Barbara, and Bob, aged 01 venn.
A silent sufferer at rest
REED.- (in the 5th September, at his parents'
risldenee. 67 Camells mid. West Brunswick, William Charles, dearly loved only son of Charles und Sarah Reed, and loved brother of Dals}*, aged 32 years, lute of Brunswick Toolillie i] Schools.
Sw-cetlv resting in Jesus.
RICHARDS.-On the 8th September, at 233 Vic-
to! ¡a street. Ballarat East, Enoch Richards, in his F4th year.
SCHWARTZ (nee Adami).-On the 8th September,
at the University Hotel. Lygon street, Carlton. Nina, loving wife of H Schwartz; darling mother of Rita Schwartz; beloved daughter of the late John and Mary Adami; dear sister of Val and Bera, Gus and Gracie, Lou and Lillie Adami; and darling aunt of Val, Valma, .and Rita, and Vannie and Nina Adami. R.I.P.
TREVETHAN.-On the nth September, at 31 Cl-ir
ence i-treet, East Malvern, Vera Beatrice, the dearlv beloved second youngest daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. .1. F. Trevethan, lo« ing sister of Winnie (Mrs. L. G. Dunstan', llepkle (Mrs. A. J. Pack min), Clara Oin. W. G. Wright), mid Curie (Mrs. P. F. Thom-), aged 27 jcirs. (Private
"Some lime we'll understand."
VILLIERS -On the 7th September, 1020, at High
street, Hawksburn. Mary Annie, Hie widow of the late Thomas Charles Villiers, aged 78 years. (Privatelv interred Boroondara Cemetery on tile
WALKER.-On tlhe 16th August, 1920, at his son-in
law's (Mr. W. Pincini) residence-, Mardan, James Nelson Walker, husband of the late Elizabeth Walker, aged 81 years; a colonist of 58 years; late of Ballarat, Westernport, and Collignee.
WALL.-On the- nth September, at Fairfield, after
li short illness, Willum Allan Mcpherson, the
dearlv hclovcd youngtot child of Reginald nnd. Henrietta Wall, of 50 Dellirldge street, North Fitzroy, and lovell brother of Reginald, Alfred, und Isabel Wall, aged 5 years. (Interred pri- vately, 10th September, Coburg Cemetery.)
Jesus sail!, suiter, little children to come unto
WILLIAMS.-On the 30th August, "Margaret Eliza-
beth, beloved wife of the late Augustus Medley Williams, and only daughter of the late Robert Mckenchney, South Yarra.
WILSON.-On the 8th September, at Ilfracombe,
Jessie street, East Malvern, Florence, in her 57th year; the beloved wife of Sydney H. Wilson, and dearly loved mother of Iris, Lillian, and Robert; daughter of the late Mr. Justice Kerferd and Mrs. G. B. Kerferd. - (Privately interred Brighton Cemetery,--«-, inst.).
WILSON -On the 10th September, liVO, at her resi
dence, "Lj nrdooh," 81 \\ est Melbourne road. Newtown, Gidong, Catherine McAlister, widow of the late I lent Colonel Robert Cîarrick Wil
hon ilcvot-cf) mother of banty, Kitt}, and Rob,
in her Mth vear
IN MEMORIAM. On Active Service.
GANNON - In (enden t memon of Willie, liait.
MJtli llJttjlion, veo dorlj loved and devoted son uf Mrs. Gannon and the late Mr. John Gan-
non, und darjin,? I rotlur of Thomas \Urj lohn, Jamo*- IlcLtor, ind Vunistine died of wounds in l-nin-r, September (t 101_ It I 1* (In_crte.l hy his wirroHins loved one, Leongatha and lura burna.)
K1 ICiIlME. -In loving memorj of Francis I com rd
(fr rink) loved tfeconl son of 1 and I Kcighcrv, loved brother oí Chrih (late VI.), Sheila, and Ned 1 illed in action Lone lino, September 11,
101. It 11'
\ noble life nobly ended
kHGHI HY - în memorv of inv Ixdovcd I roth,-,
I rank Ulled at Lone Pine, September 11, 101-5 (Sheila.) (#
L.UIM1 -A tribute to the memorv of our" dear
sou nnd brother ¿1,420 Gunner 1 red Laurie died or wounds in france, September 13 1917, also lui comrades Willie foster. Its Warren, Reg hell}, anil Dave 1 ltlticn
The golden pate waa open
A gentle \oicc KIHÍ ' Come." -(10 Halstead street. Caulfield
McCOTL-In loving memorj of Private Allan lohn
McCoIl, ¡Nth Batt , only Min of the late Mr anl Mr» Lachlan McColl, brother of Margaret ¡"'nd 1 laic, who died of wounds in I ranee, September
I vcr remembered
-(Inserted by bia loving taster, II«)
PI-TI RSI N-In ever lo.infr nmembrance of our
only t-au and lo* ed brother, F G Peterson (MC), 1st Held Companj I ngineers, killed at Itoiscl 11th September, 1 )18
So dearly loved, fo sad h missed
-(Inserted by his fiiher, mother, and sisters)
PI TFItSHs -In fond and loving memory of our
dear father, I icut Pml T l'eteraen, M C, Killed in action in l*ran_c, 11th September, 1018
Buried at TintmirL
' Greater lo\e hath no man than this, that he laj down hta life for his Minda."
-(Inserted In lî mid . Petersen, 3 Claremont street, South _arnu)
Pi- THtSIA -In lovmg memorv of our dear
brother I leut IVcdenck 1 Pctcn-cn, M C , Irt ^ îcltl Companj I ngineers, K Ï V , killed in action Scptemlwr 11, 1018 (Inserted bv Mr and Mrs. Ghan. It Campbell, "Beeourt," Brunel street, 1 ast Malvern )
ROBINSON -In loihig memory of my pal Ted,
0_0, Private I Hobin_on, 8th Battalion, who died of wounds on 11th September, 11Í18
It ia u little more titan two yearn, dur Ted,
Since >ou and 1 la_t met.
Little did I think when I waa with you last " That we would never meet again
-(Inserted by his pal, Geo Gladwm )
SI CCOMÜI -In ever loving memory of Private
Lionel A Seceombe, GOLli Battalion, who died of wounJs m I lance, Stptombcr 11, 1910 (In Bcrtcd by his loved ones)
Ii \. HS -In fond remembrance of my darling
mother, who died 0th September, 191(1, also my dear father, 7th r< binary, 1003
"Sweet rest In heaven "
-(Inserted by Mr and Mrs Gureanscky family )
BP MID- In loving memorj of our dear ron
brother, John George, who died on the 11th September, 101-J, at Warne! nabcal
Tills daj rocalia «rid memories
Of a loved one gone to rest
And tlto^c who think of him to-day f Are thot-e who loved lum befit
-(Inserted bv his loving parents sisters, and brother. Footscray )
BIU&I-ANf- -<A loving tribute to the memory of
our dear brother, Reginald Walter (Keg), who pawed aw a} on älii September, 1910, at Lchuca,
-(Inserted by lim loving brother anti sister in law, IYcd and Hilda )
ClI\MBLltS-In loving memorj of my dear bus
band and our dear father Matthew Hinder«, who died suddenh at Auto tv ale on 11th September, 1010 also 1 mest Malcolm (MU), killed in aetion, Uth lune, 1!)18 and grandmother, Sarah Waj mouth died ¿5th December, 1917
I neild« ma) think we have forgotten
When they sec us smile,
But no one knows the aching heart
That smile hides all the while.
-(Inserted by loving wife, daughter, and sons, Ascolvale )
COLENSO.--In loving memory of our dear sister,
and aunt, Barbara Catherine, who passed away on September 11, 1918.
Although two years have now gone by,
Since our great sorrow fell,
Still, in our hearts we mourn the loss
Of the sister we loved so well
-(Inserted by her loving sister and brother in law, Elsie and Stanley Bear, also loving nephews, Douglas and Richard, Sandringham )
DOWNWARD -In affectionate remembrance of
Miss Ethel Downward, a devoted teacher and friend of St Peter's S School, Mornington, who passed to the higher life on Septembcr 11, 1918
Gentleness, goodness, faith
-(Inserted by the teachers 0f St Peter's S. School, Mornington )
DIBSCAX -In sad memory of our loved ones
¿dwan] Duncan called home September 12, 1010, nlso 1 dward Stanley, .younger t-on of above, killed in action, November 1J, 101C
r-O'Stanlev," Palin avenue. Caulfield)
11 01ÏP - \ sad und loving tribute to the memory
of annie, dearlj beloved wife of 7 S 1 core, who pa__ed peacefully au a j September 12, 101!), dearlv loved mother of Allen, Jrene, leslie (killed in action, I ranee, August 10, 1018), Ldgar (late AIT), \cra, Harry, .da, and Trlt-s, loved sister of Mar) Bead
God called her from our midst.
But .never from our hearts
She lives with na in memorv dear.
And will while memorj lasts
-("Amplefortb." I1 raser street. Malvern)
Pi- OBX -In fond and lov ing memory of our dear
mother, who pasted pencefullv aw iy September 12, 1010 grandma of Vllcn I es , and I mie
.lis sweet to think we'll meet ag-un,
When partings are no more,
And that the one we loved BO well
Has onlv gone -«fore.
-(Allen and Tris», Claremont avenue Malvern)
riOHP-In fond mid loving memorv of our dear
mother, who peaccfullv departed this life Sep tomber 1_, 1010 also Les, kilted in action, I-niuee, August li, 101S
Dear is the memory she left behind
Of a life that was loung, true, and kind A memory prized is more than gold, A mother's worth can ne'er be told
-(I dgar-late \ I V- and Harry Ampleibrth )
riOItr-A tribute of love to the memory of
"Mother" (MM A I<eorc), who parsed awa\ nt her residence, " \mpIeforth," t raser street, Mai vern, on 12th September, 1010, much loved friend of Mr and Mrs \\ II Larnsliaw and family, * Gnnlncrdalc," Ma I uroa
A life made beautiful bv kindly deeds -(Inserted bv Will and Ada )
rrOJJIÏ -In loving memory of our dear friend A
Feore, who departed tills life 12th September,
Sunshine passes, shadows fall,
Love and remembrance outlast all
-(Inserted bj Mr and Mrs C Stocks and familj, Ashburton ) _ /
rrOltr -In lovtng memorv of 3Irs Annie Teore,
who departed this life on 12th September, 7010
Her Undi} disposed nature was an example to
-(Inserted bv W W Cummins, Auburn )
FillD -In fond memory of rm dear wife and our
loving mother, Isabel, who died 11th Scptcmbci
HOGAN. -In loving memorv of our dear faihei
who died on August 31, 1017, also our darling babj, Manon, who died on the 0th August, 101S
Mai bin soul rest in pence Amen
-(Inserted by his loving daughter and sou in law, I and J O'Connor)
HUDSON-lu loving remembrance of mj deir
husband, Ham, who died on tlie 12th September, 1017, ot 14 Urombain place, Richmond BIP »
A beautiful memorv left behind Dearlv loved and sadly missed
*-(Inserted bv his loving wife, Rose Hudson )
IRVINE -In loving memory of mv dear mother,
who pissed nvnj on the 12th September, 1018 also mv dear father, who passed nway 27th March, 1014 also my dear brother, onlj son of the above, who passed aw JJ on 22nd December, 1002 !
-(Inflertcd by their loving daughter, Kitt} Brvan )
ISAAC-In memon of my dear sister tessie who
died nt Dr hcllj s private hospital Brisbane, on the 2nd Scptemlwr, after a sad illness
-(Inserted by her sorrowing sisters, Hannah and Rose)
J \MI-S -In Md but loving memorv of dear brother
Gforgo, who died an the 11th Soptember, 101»
also dear brother Rob, who died on the loth March, 1917
A beautiful memorv left behind
Of brothers loving true and kind, I have lo«t but heaven has gained
Two of the bc-t tlie world contained
foi called them home it was His will But in my heart thev re living still fheir memon is ns dear to daj
\s in tlie hour they pa= ed awav
Deeph rrcrettel Brothers united
-(Inserted In theic loving brother, \rtliur )
MVNN-In memorv of Stanley Minn, who was
aecidentalh killed while pliving football with combined linnet *eam nt Portarlington on Oth SepternlH-r Ifllfl (Inserted by members of Queenscliff I ootball Club )
McLINN.N- In fond memorv of lim, who died
on 10th September 1->11
\lwavs family remembered -fln-vrte-l 1 j his sisters )
RICH -In loving memorj of our dear father who
passed owav nt his residence 1G0 Stevedore street, Williamstown 12th September 101 > al o our dear grandmother mother of the alwvc diel lCth \ugust lilli» (Inserted bv his loving daughter and son in law, S and I Beanlau I )
ItO^S-In loving memorj of mj dear husband and
our loving fither lohn Ito^s who died at Grove road, Hawthorn '.eptembcr 11 1010, also I e= , only son and bri thor who died of wounds in trail« lui -Í4, 101ft
Sunshlne passes shadows fall
I/îve ind remullí ranee outlast al'
-(Inserted by his wife and fanulv High street I ast Kow )
THOMSON -In memorj of my beloved husband
ind our flffeetionatc father, Magnut*. Winwick, who passed away on tlie 11th September 1010
also mv onlj KUI and our darling brother Mignus Donald John, who passed awaj 10th April 1010 (\n \nwic )
"More bona like seems the vast unknown
Since tluj have entered there "
-(Inserted bj his wife, mother, daughters, and
WORTHINGTON" - In loving memorj of our dear
brother Tercj I who died 11th September, 1910 (result of accident) also our dear mother, 1 mm-t died 10th \pril 1007 also our dear father. Thama« died 27th June, 1015 (Inserted bv the familj )
BARLOW -Mr nnd Mrs C T BARLOW and
Son and Mr nt«! Mrs I PERRY desire to THANK their many kind friends and relutiona for letters, cards., telegrams, floial tributes in their recent sad bereavement, rspct iullj thanking Dr W Dcnchj am) >iurscs Reid ind Palmer Tor un tirirú, attention to their beloved daughter, alao Mr. A. Rile/ and staü Tlios. Webb and äum. Ûev.
BWW-ltr and Mrs \V BLFW, of King Irian 1,
desire to THANK their many kind fnends for tards. Jettera, telegrams personal sympathy, anl beautiful floral tributes especially thanking Mr and Mrs J. Ioma and Mr and Mrs S falclgli for thtír mmiv kindnesses during their recent Fad 1 errav ement, _____ _ BLI \\ -Mr and Mrs T 1 PAR\ IS md
Daughter desire to Til \M_ tlieir many lind friemi-i u d relatives lor letters telegrams, card«;, iloral tnbutrs, jnd p rsonal expressions of B}m pithy al o the Itci I at! er Ney lan for hu Kind attention in their recent sid bcrea\cment_
BJ* \MW ! LT_.-Mr aid Mrs. C1I\S A Blt\M
WLIL ml Duiighlei wt_h lo ten 1er their sincere Til U,KO for letters, cards telegram* and tloral tributes receive 1 from their kind filends
luring their late sid bcreivenienl cspechllv thankmt, Or Schallt Mrs Attenborough an 1 Miss larrinds for their kind attention I Irving avenue -.muid tie
f"H\lrltON -Hie lamily nf the lite lïtrbara M V. Omicron de ire to THWK nil 1 uni fricu l_
uid rilitivcs for letters telcgrun^ ( ir lu and (lord tributes and persinnl exprimions of o in ' 1 fthj. m tlieir recent Rid bereavement_,
CVRMWtK III -M
WlUGJll ami 1
Jvlnd friends for letters cirdh telegrams iloral tri! uti9 «ntl personal impressions of sympithv in thnr sad bcreanment T3 Parsons street, hcnsm¿ Ion_____ EDW \JtDS -The I-amlly of the late Mr*, 1 LI/ C
»mr H-Ir-N 1 mVAHDS desire to THVNK ill kind friend', anti relatives for letters tile i,rams card?, anl floral tilintes in their sid be rciv mont, also nurse? and staff No 0 ward Mclbounic Hospital Montrose, St Dav id st t Lrox ton _ _ _ _ _ _
1I*\ ANS -Tlie I .willy of the" late-! VM t V VN S
^ de ire to THANK their inanj kind frlinda and relatives for letters telegram* Iloral tributes
nnl mcisngcs of condolence sent during their recent sid bereitoment Horodomanan, Wool field_ 17UNLU -Mr J J UN LU anl Soiw "uRTTó
(oiivey their sincere III VM\S to ill tlieir relative, and fnends for visits inquiries letter« canis, telegrams, and iloral tributes in connection with Unir lass of wife ami inotlitr
TTWlt/rn,-Mrs I L. ÍUR/IR und Sons de J- sire to THANK their man} f-iei ds anti rein tives for letters telegrams cards ají 1 iloral tributes and personal snnpathv lu the \o*a of a dear husband and_i loving father____ K Hi PIT- Mr and Mrs hi-LLHT "and Family
deni e to I HANK then m_ny kind fneilds md relitivca for letters tclcgnin*. carls, anl flor ii tributes and pcr_onal expressions of tniiipitliy m their recent sad bereavement -51 High st , H Kikh _ _ _ _ _ _
KÍ-.IS-Mrs T K1 YES desires to niANK re-
latives neighbours nnd all kind friends for visits telegrams litters, cards and perenal ex prcf-iion3 of sympathy In her recent wid bereave- ment. As it ia impotable to answer catii one per tonally will all please icccpt tins ickiiovvle If, ment_ _ KIlOOl R -Mr McBKAN in 1 Messrs lOtOGl It,
sons of the lalrfMrs Muru hro^er desire to 1IIANK the 1 in 1 friends for exj ressions of _ym nuthy floral tnbutca &c, received during tlieir ead bereavement. _ _ __
TWISS A M4CK-Y and Kelatnes de. ire to ex
-LU. press sincere HIANKS to all kind friends for visits letters cuds telegrams, ind lloril tri! utes in their recent great bereavement *Ï10 Stition st, North Carlton __ TVpSSLS II SHKIMETON and Mrs It Penh ill -"J-desire to IIHNK their many kind friends for letters telegrams floral tnbutca and personal e\ pressions of nvinpathy in their recent had bereave went, __I*n Pari street _South Melbourne_ MORRISON -Mrs. MOHHISON and r-nmily desire
to return their heartfelt Til \MvS to their many kind friends fir letters, canis, telegrams especially thanking Mr Arthur Jordon Mr trank lordoii Mrs Donaldson Mrs Mccormack Mrs
3I-ud Mrs Nelson, Mr White, in their recent
sa 1 and sudden bereavement Will all kind fnends please accept this intimation of our gratitude, ns it is impossible to answer all individually? DI Fraser street ,_l.ninsv* it k West_ MIL I) T «TONKS and Tamil} hereb> binccrcly
T1IAM- Dr Inland Ilev Goble Mr S Croplev, ind ntativ friends for their Innumerable acts- of kindness to their wife and mother dunng her prolonged illness also for sympathy expressed by floral tributes telegrams, cards and letters ami trust tlieir frientb will kiudlv accept this acknowledgment of their deep gratitude f¡5 Victoria street Ml Idle I ootscny_ MR Mrs and Mira RH_D desired to return stn
cere TIMNKS to tlieir many kind friends anl relatives for visits telegrams, letters cards and
floral tnbutes md personal expressions of sympathy
in their recent sad bereavement, cspeudlv thank ing Mr Sw>er for his kindness ind Christian com fort JTjpaRsell s rd W est Brunswiel _ _
MR A ARMSntONG lei«e and Ore in 1 tmii_j
desire to THANK all km 1 friends for ill their kindnesHcfl during their sad hereivemcnt in Mrs. Arnutroiig's de«th, M^ Ashb> nn I ItlrJurdson s cire thej will never forgtt Moorabbin roid, Mentone __ _ _ _
Mit -ind Mm T C11 \ I and I imih of Wallan
hast desire to lil \NK all kind fnen Is and re litlvcs for pertonal expressions of snnpith>, let
ter« telegrams cards and fiord trjluter in tlieir recent s.i 1 1 cre-mment, tlie death of their loved con little Onrlie
M H W I1LTD md 1 ainilt desire to J HANK
nil kini' fríen IR and relatives fi r letters
e irds and lloril tributes and peraonil evpressious of svnipatby in their recent MI! bereivement *'\\T Munro street, Middle Jlrighton _
TV/T1Î \> BOQLI nnd Tamil} desire to express oSXthur uneere Til \NKS to kin! fnends uid re- latives for letters, telegrams anl Hani tributes of sympathy liunut, their recent sal ben iveuient
MILS J GLrnSON anl lamily desire to ntuni
tli<.tr bineere lllWkb to their kind fne id anl relative-! for telef,riins cirtls letters (lord tributes and pcrhonal expression, of svuipatlv ni their recent satl Inrc-ivemcnt e»puMll\ thanking Father Henry and Dr I Warne Will all km I friends pleise accept this intimitioii, as ownnj, to the numerous tokens of sympathy received we find It iinpo-sslbli to nnswer all imlnlduall} ? II» Brouglium_j>lnce, North Richmond_L
T\TIïS T"A UMllUS and lamily retuni their X1 L sincere ni .NKS to their many I ind friend, for floral tributes, letter« cards telegrams, an 1 personal expressions of sympithy in their recent Fid b,ercivenient * \ entnor, ' I/enno\ street, ï law thorn_ ._ "ATTI« T HILTON and Timily desire to THANK ?*.'! their mam kind fnends anti relitives for letter., cirds, telegrams, floral tributes ami per sonal expressions of Fvmpith\ In their recent Fad bereavement 21 Knowles street south, North cote_ MKS. HITCHTT Sons, nnd Daughter desire to
return TIIAMvS to all kind friends for tele gnmi letters, cards, and personal expressions of sitnpithj In tlieir recent sod bcreivcment. Orrong descent Caulfield_iin-i_ PARK -Mrs MCGILL and Family desire to
1I1\N"K tlieir miny friones for all letters cards, telegnuns, floral tributes, received in their recent Bad bferc-ivement. LJlen McGill
POrr>U-Mr«» T K POTTTR and Family de
efre to THANK nil kind friends and relatives for ntcsE-igea of sympithy letters telegrams and floral tributes received dunng tlieir recent bad bereavement._ RYAV- J ho MmJly of the lätT~VrB M KUY
I\N> R\ VN desire to sincerelv TH\M\ all kind friends and relations for letters, telegrams cards floral tribute« and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent Bad bereavement.
"Airlie " Dlamonil Creek
THOMAS -Mm THOMAS desires to TTT \VK her
man} friends for their kind expressions of sympathv received during her recent i-ud bereave nient Wahroonga *_Main road Doncuster
W1JMRT-Mr I A WI IN! HT and 1 nmilv
desire to return their sincere Til .NKS to their many fnends for letters ennis telegrams Iloral tributes and person ii expressions of sympathy in ti tir recent sad bereivement Will all kind friends pie iso accept this intumtion is owing to numerous to! ens or hwnpithv received wc lind it impos-iblc toi .
BUSSFIJ,TThe 1 neilds of tho hte MIN FLOR
I \U NIOHTINGUI RI ISSM are respect
fully invited to follow her remuins to the place of mt rnient in the Cnlurg Cemetery
Tlie funenl will leave her son H residence (Mr Csrk Willum Heissel ÎI 1 dvvard street Brims wick) TIHSDW (Satimliiv 11th September), nt 3 o clock
1II0MVS ÎH VRY -LTISON Un lertsker Heal
omee_lSlJ Igln street Carlton Tel No liff» C BLACKBURN -Tlie 1 rien Is of the lite Mr
RICH MID lîL-GKBUIîN ire respectfully in ?vited to follow his remains to the i lace of inter ment, the Brighton Cometen
The funeral is nppomtcd to move from his late residence ' Hirhontileref. O ti ra road, off Bil i
diva road CiulflcM, THIS DU (Saturday, 11th inst ) nt *> W P m
W f APPS and SONS Inlertalers Hifji street St Kilda 'Phones "0 and 71 Wind Is
CAMPM-rU-Tho Fnen is of the hte Mr IAMI S
CUllMÏI IL are respect ful h infonne 1 that lus remains will be in terre 1 in the Lilv lale Cemetery
Hie funtni is appointed to move from his re silence WilHim -trott lah dil TRIS DA\ (Saturril} the 11th September IO7«) at <1 o clock
HI líl<>\ TIROS , Undertakers, Main street, lily dale Photic 1J
COHEN.-The friends of the late Mr. J. A.
COHEN are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Brighton
The funeral is appointed to move from "St. Leonards," Church Square, St. Kilda, To-morrow (Sunday 12th inst.), at 9.30 a.m.
W. G. APPS and SONS, Undertakers, High street St. Kilda. Phones 70 and 71 Wind. Ex.
DOW HICK -The Fnends of the Parents of tile
hte DVMD RUSSEL DOW RICK are respect
fully invited to follow hip r mains to the i lite or interment the St Kilda Cemcten
The funeral w appointed to leive his parents residence IO I>ic] ens street St Kilda PIUS DU (Saturday 11th inst ) at 3 p
DUNK! IHM -Tlie Friends of tJm late HU.
N Ml DI NKJ-IH- _ are informed that her re mans will be înttrred in the New MeUoumc
The funeral will leave the residence rf tier vnn in law No ]1 langwell roui, Auburn riIIS DU (Salunlav 11th September), at 2 p ni
TI- PINT ami SON I un eral Directors Phone H-w IP_._ HOW U-The frYIei Is of the late Mr WIT ITU!
Ill MU C1! MU I S HOW h are ri-fipcctfullv invited to follow his rein lins to their lust restui'
ni ice, Melbourne C encnl Cemetcrv Tin funer ii is appointed to leavt the lesidence or his parents No Id Crib im rtreet Port Melbourne, THIS DA i (Salurdu\, the 11th September 10*20) at _ TO
Court Santlri Ige No V0Ö4 K.Q I -
Court -ind Order in ..speclfull* mvitc.1 io attend the funeral of the late W11 U VM HTNRi CHVRTISIIOWI
Hie funeral will leave his late residence lil Graham street, Port Melbourne THIS D\Y (Satur riav tie 11th S<ptcmhcr, 1020), at 3 JA p ni , «r nving at the Melbourne General Cemetery at 4 _0
m G TT. 1 \ i LOU C R
T II WHITKR, Trustee R. MclvLNTIF Undertaker _ KEIM -The Friends of the hte Mr TOHV
K1 LIA oro respictfully informed that his remairs wall be interred in tlie Williamstown Cemetery
Tlie finiera! ifl appointed to move from 40 Nelson street, W illfamstown THIS DAY (Saturdiv, the 11th Septt-mtxr), at 3 TO n m
THOa UWiSDALK, UnderUker, Ferguioa ßtreet» (KQUñutowtU- fhopo -gWilliarnMoffiy
WMOV -The Fncn<_ of the late Mm. CATII1 -,
¡UM* McAUST"» WILSON, -widow ol the Ute | Lieut -Colonel Robert Garrick Wilson ore TiNpcct full} informed that her remains «anti be interred in the New Cmeral Cemetery, ficción-,
[ The funeral LI appointed to lea«.c her late rest
dence, b1 \V"t Melbourne road, Newtown, (,colong, I THIS DAY ("Uurday, HUi September, KOO), it
4 n pm
Al-X MONRO, Undertaker, 24 Ryrie street,
Oeelonu Thone lisa