¡In order lo guard against Imposition, notices oi
Births, Marriages,' and Deaths must bo authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their
FETHERSTONHAUGH.-On August 30, 1010, jjt
Siller, Anncar's private hospital, Armadale, the wife of C. F. Fetherstonhaugh-a daughter.
MATTHEWS (nee Elsie Holland).-qn the 30th
August, at Nurse Duigan's private hospital, "Shepton," Berwick, to Mr. .and Mrs. J. H. Matthews, Nar-Nar-Goon-a-son (both well).
SANGER.--On August' 31st. at Highfleld, Toorak,
the wife of John A. Sanger, Wangamong, Corowa
WIGHT.-On the 17th August, at Sister Moore's
hospital, to Jfr.'und Mrs. J. ,R. Wight, Larnoo, Albert street, Maryborough-a daughter.
MURPHY-SHELTON.-On-thc 22nil July, at St.
Francis's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Father Collins, Hubert Illchard, second son of Mr. and Sirs. Edward ' Scott Murphy, ..Vilrncy,"' Trevcllyan street, Elsternwick, to l'isle Esther Dorothy, eldest daughter of the late Henrv .Sliclton, H.A., and Mrs. Shelton, "Illawarra," Glenhuntly road, Elsternwick.
ASHWORTH.-On ' the Slst August, at Paxton
street. East <M»lv ern, Jean Helen, clearly be- lo» ed infant daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ashworth. ...,..
Our darling bud In heaven.
BORTHWICK. - On the 31st August, 1919, at his
residence, 154 Mills street, Albert Park, William, the dearly beloved husband of Mary Clara Both- wick, and loving father of Mrs. Herbert Pilcher; Mrs. F.W. Olver; Clara, May, and Archibald, aged 63 years (late of Williamstown).
BOWN (nee Walden).-On the 1st September, 1010,
at private hospital, Berrigan, Now South Wolca, Gertrude-Alma, lovell \vifo of William Bown, South Yarra, and pearly loved daughter of Mrs. Walden and the'late Mr. J. ' Walden, of hale.
Loi ed by all.
-(Inserted hy her sorrowing mother, sisters,
CABUS. - On the Sith August, at "Anlonct,"
Union road, Surrey Hills, John, the beloved husband ol Josefa, and dearly lo» ed father of Antonia,.llosa, and John, aged ,0 jears. Best In peace. '
CARVER.-On the 1st September, 1019, at Balla-
rat, Frank Carier, late Tattersall's Hotel, Bal-
larat, aged 7" years. -
CLARK.-On tho.ZSth August, at Guildford Pri-
vate Hospital, Shepparton, Margaret, beloved mother of William, John, David, Annie (Mrs. Jackson), Jane, Jessie (Mrs. W. Dalnton), aged
DIXON.-Ilcrlvcrt, loving husband of Mabel, and
son of Matilda Elizabeth and the late Trcd. Sarriuc! Dixon. , .
Ho « 111 live In the hearts of hu loved ones.
-(Inserted by hil affectionate brother-in-law,
deo. II. Haynes.)
DIXON.-On tim.1st September, at Melbourne,
Herbert Edward (late of Defence Department), dearly loicd husband of .Mabel Crace; loving father of Marjorie and Neville; second older son of Matilda anil late Frederick Dixon; aged
DOUGLAS.-On the 31st August, at Deniliquin,
John, the bolo» ed husband of Sarah Douglas, Kynüon I'nrli, Womboota, X.S.W., and eldest son of John and Jane Douglas, Ballarat, and loving fallar of Ormond and Clifford. ' ' DOUGLAS.-On the 31st August, at Deniliquin,
John, beloved eldest sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Douglas, of Krrard street south, Ballarat.
DYNON.-On the ¡list August, at his res'donco,
"dlainmire," Itandwlcl;, N.S.W., Basil, dearly belo» ed husband of Nellie D.vnon, and youngclt son ot the laic John Dynon, Melbourne.
May lils soul rest in peace.
EVANS.-On the 29th August, at Canterbury,
Sarah Anne, widow of the late John Russell Evans, formerly of "Pencoed," Warrnambool, aged 8O years.',
EVANS. -On the 29th August, 1919, at Canterbury,
Sarah Anne, beloved mother of F. and W. H. McKiernin, and Mrs. Hitchins (W.A.), formerly of Warrnambool. (Interred privately at Box Hill on 30th August.)
FLATMAN. -0n the 30th August, at the residence
of her slsler, Mrs. Bradshaw, Greavc stioet, St. Klhla, Annie, beloved wife of.Dennis Hit- man. (Interred privately, Brighton Cemetery, 1st September, W10.)'
FOARD.-On. the SOtli August, 1910, at, ."River
Mile," Bairnsdale, Robert Henry, dearly loved husiund of the late Caroline Joséphine, and loved father of Marie, Norm f.ucy, late Gordon, Nln, Ilex, and Jim, In his 5!th year.
GOODMAN.-On the 30th August, at Delegate,
N.S.W., Bezaleel (Sol), beloved brother of Maurice, Phoebe (Mrs. Metz), Nathan Samuel, Isaacs, Adele (Mrs. Frankel), Jacob, Jonah, Louis, Harold, and Becky (Mrs. Opas), aged 35 years. Minyan, 37 Crimea street, St. Kilda, each evening at 7.30.
GOODMAN. - On the 31stAugust, at Nurse Pestell's
private hospital, Kyneton, Catherine, dearly be- loved wife of John Allan Goodman, of Springfield, Kilmore, in her 54th year.
GOODMAN. -On the 30th August, at Delegate, New
South Wales, Sol, the dearly loved son of M. D. Goodman, Alston grove, East St. Kilda.
GRAHAM.-On the 1st September, at "Wah-
roonga," 12 Geelong road, Footscray, Elizabeth Anne, the dearly beloved wife of James S. Graham, and mother of Alhn (Foster), Kitty (sister, A.I.P., returned), Mabel (Mrs, Patience), Archie (A.I.K., returned), Gordon IA.1.F., returned). Isa, Wallace (A.I.r., re- turning Ulysses, Sept. 2), Colin (A.I.F., Eng- land), Daisy, Leslie, Ivy, and Douglas, in her Suth j ear. (Private interment.)
Mothcrl ro dear to us all.
HADDOCK.-On the 31st August, at his residence,
Forest Lodge, Hastings, alter great suffering, Joseph, the beloved husband of Mary, and loving Father of Will, Minnie, Joe, Alf, Harold, and Mollie, aged 74 years.
So dearly loved and deeply mourned.
HARDING.-Ori the 31st August, at her residence,
5(1 Gourlay street, Balaclava, Marla, dearly be- loved and devoted wife of Abraham; loving mother of Charles A. Harding anil Mrs. W. Stringer; aged 72 years.
A patient sufferer nt rest.
HOOPS.-On the 28th AugiiBt, 1010, at lils late re-
sidence, "C'lougblcc," Irymple, Robert Stavely, dearly beloved husband of the late Bertha Phillips Hoops and loving father of .May Eliza- beth and the late Lieut. Guy S. Hoops, B.F.A.
A man greatly beloved, -("Irish Times" please copy.)
KELLY.-On the 27lh August, at her residence,
110 Church street, Hawthorn, Catherine, wulow ol .lame« Kelly. R.I.I'.
LAKIN.-On the 20th August, at his residence,
"Belle Vue," Tolmie, William Henry, dearly beloved husband of Catherine Lnkin (nee McLcod),' and loving father of WJil and Jack (late A.I.F.), aged 70 years.
Thy will be done, O Lord.
LOWE.-On the 31»t August, at Hotham street,
E. St. Kilda, Fanny Matilda, beloved wife of the late Fredrick Herbert, and mother of Fredrick, Elsie, Edith, and Herbert Lowe; , aged 60 years.
A patient sufferer at rest.
MANNING. - On the 31«t August, at "Rongoa,"
private hospital, of bronchial pneumonia, John II Shinning, lovell husband of Xura Manning, Yarragon, and only surviving son of Mrs. 11. «Intel, "Corinya," Warragul, aged SO years.
McCRAlTH.- On the 30th August, 1919, Ellnbcth,
the dearly beloved mother of Kate (Mrv. Mirth), Kew; also luvlng grandmother of Eileen (Mn. Collin«); Kath. (Mrs. Coleman); Alice, Nell, Ted, Les, Andy, and Tom.
Sacred heart of Jesus, liavc mercy on her soul.
Immaculate heart of Marv, your pravcrs tor
MOORE.-On the 27th August (suddenly, of heart
failure), at lils residence, Whitfield, Robert, lovell husbnud of Bessie Moore.
O'CONOR.-On the ¡tutli August, James Wills ''A.vlvvard O'Conor, beloved husband of Gladys
Marie, and beloved son of Mary Anno O'Conor mid late Richard O'Conor, J.I>., formerly of Gee- long, aged IS years. (Interred 1st September.)
O'FARRELL. - On the 23rd August, at Portrol,
Tipperary, Ireland, Peter, father of Rev. W. O'Farrell, Castlemaine.
Requiescat in pace.
PEVlTT.-On the 1st September, Alice Jane, be-
loved wife of William; mother of Clarence and francis; cldctt daughter of James and Alice Patching, Shfie Hal] Hotel, Kerang (late Com- mercial Hotel, Heywood); and loving sister of Uaranee (killed in notion), John, Kathleen, Mudge (deceased), Thomas, Vera, and Dorothy,
POTTER.-On the 18th August, Kate, beloved wife
ff George T. Potter, Port Melbourne. Rcqulcscat
POTTER.-On the 18th August, Kulc, beloved
«Ife of George ii'. Potter, Port ' Melbourne. Itequlescat in pace,
ROSCHOLLER.-On the 28th August, at her
daughter's residence, Mrs. Odgers, Railway street, Maryborough, passed peacefullv away to a higher life, Jane, the beloved wife of the late Richard Roscholler, of Boort, aged 87.
Our dear mother with Christ, which is far
-(A. S. Odgers.)
ROWE.-On the 30th August,, at her son-in-law's
residence, Universal Ilotclr Smith street, Fitz- roy, Vhllpa Jane Rowe, relict of the lato W. L. Howe, in lier 77th year.
Father and mother reunited.
Peace, perfect peace.
-(Interred pritatoly September 1 at Melbourne '?eneral Cemetery.) ,
SOMERS.-On the 1st September, 1919, at »lal
¡ern, James, beloved husband of the late Mary Mmers, loving father-of Jeanie, Maggie, Bar lura, Kate, Jim, Will, Mary, Jack, and Bob.
»Bed 78 years..
SPLATT.-On the 23rd August, at "Dora Dora"
Station, N.S.W., Edmond Laskey, beloved eldest son of the late E. L. and L. A. Splatt.
STEPNELL.-On the 30th August, 1919 at Bunin
yong, Margaret Stepnell, relict of late,William Stepnell, aged 84 years.
STEUART-MATHIAS.-On the 1st September, at
his residence, Yea, William B.. Steuart-Mathias, C.E., beloved husband of Elizabeth, and eldest
son of the late Ven. Archdeacon Stueart-Mathais
SULLICn. - ",ll!c, *!' '^sT1' T»°m»»
Jil w1' "!? i}friy bcImwl e'dest son of John and Mary Sullivan, of 128 Mcpherson street, N* ""ton, anil loving brother of John,,Mary, and f Icon, aged 34 years; late of Sydney. R.l.p.
("I' request, no tlovvtrs.)
TROMPF.-On the 30th August, at Portland Her-
bert Harold (Bert), dearly loved eldest son of Mr-and Mrs. IH. A. Trompf, "Homeden," Drum mond street, Ballarat, and brother of Mabel, late Winniee, Ada (Mrs. W. J. Causon), Olive, Alma, Wilton(Ule A.I.F.), Henry, and Percy, beloved husband of letty and father of little Errol, aged
WILKINSON -On Iho 31st August, at lier sister's
residence Uletraood," huron Henrietta, fourth daughter oí Mrs S 1 Wilkinson and the late Samuel Wilkinson, karramomus sister oí Mrs I It Mchenian (Kuroa), Mrs V Min lorn (Horsham), Mrs J Mintcrn (furoa), Henri William Leslie Dotiert, lillian, and Alude, in her 13rd )ear
Loved by all who Knew her
On Active Service,
A tribute to the memory of our Corni ados, who
fell in the battle of Mont St Quentin, on 1st September, IBIS (21th Battalion Association ) «.NDf RSKN -In Io» Ing memory of our dear soi
and brother, nrlver Herbert Arthur (Snowy)v of 113th Howitócr Matter«, late 10th IF(, who died o' wounds at Popcringhe, near 'V.prcs, on September 2, 1917
There is a link eleith cannot sever,
Loi e an 1 remembrance last for ever -(Inserted by his parents and brothers )
ANDLHSOIf -In fond and lo* Ing memon of m)
beloved brother, Sig Les Anderson, killed by shell in France, Sept 1, 1018
' \n Anrao '
Ile died the noblet denth a man mny die Unnoticed in the muddv trench
Na), Cod w cs willi him and he did not blench, And when He saw his wölk below was done. He gently called 'ii) sonl My son I .
1 need thee for a greater work than thl« '
Then drew him with the hand of welcoming
And side by si le they climbed the heavenly *" waj» ,,
-(Inserted b) lils affectionate sister and brother in law, Hsle and \ 1 india), Cowes )
ANDERSON -In loving memory of my beloved
hero, Sergeant Adrian Frank Anderson, 58th Battalion, killed in France September 2 1918, also bis brother, Lance-Corporal Alan Anderson, killed May 2, 1917
Duty done, victory won
Remember him who yields his life He is a soldier and a man.
-(Inserted by Ruby Burton, Hawthorn.)
BEAR.-In loving memory of our dear brother
Slgnaller W. R. Bear (M.M. and bar), of 23rd Battalion, killed in action, September 1, 1918 (Inserted by his sisters, Lilian Pitman, Lily- dale, and Florence, Sandringham.)
BOWLER -In sad and loving memon of Ser-
geant J. B. Bowler, 58th Battalion, killed in action at Peronne on the 2nd September, 1018 (Inserted b) his mother, sisters, and brothers ) CARTWRIGHT-In memon of m) belo» ed (¡ance,
lames Hattcl (Jim) Cartwright (1ID capt 6th Field Co f iiginccrs, died of wounds on Sept 2 1018 after 1] years' sen ice also his friend, Cid T P Arnold I illcd in action on Moy 10,
Two o/ 1- ngland s best
biidlv missed -(A Sullivan, Hampton )
CHAPM VN -In sad and lov ing memory of
dear son mid brother, Ptc A I Chapman (1 rn), who died at St Omer France, on 2nd Sept ,
They miss )OU mo*=t who loved you best
-(Inserted by lils father mother, sister, and brothers St Omer . 25 Ardrie roid, hast Caul field, late of Mbcrt Park )
CLOUGH- In proud and loving memor) of our
dear son and brother l'to I dgar r, 2-(th Batt, killed In action, Mont St. Quentin, September
"Behind all shadows standcth Clod "
-(Inserted hy loving mother, sister, and brothers Williamstown )
CIOUGH-.A irlbutc of love to the memory of
our dear nephew and LOIISIII I-dgar killed on active service in france, September 2 1018
nehind all shadows standcth Go 1
-(Inserted b) Mr and Mrs II Jucobs lind family Brunswick)
C1 MMINi. - In proud and loving mernoo of our
deni son Seij,t. Jock ¿Uli Battalion, killed In action at Mont St Quentin, 2nd September, 1018,
after 1 vears uctivc servite
' In dh-uut France our deirly loved Bo) sleeps till the awakening.
How wo longed for his return but Cod has postponed our meeting. It will he In n belter laud
Our dnrlinc, loik, he noblv lived he nohl) died -(Inserted h) hi» sorrowing father and mother ) CUMMING -In loving memory of our dear brother
Sergt lock, 2ith llnttilion killed In nction at Mont St, Quentin 2nd ".'cptomlxr, 1018
One of tlie lx*t. '
-(Inserted liv Angus late «til Batt , W ill, late 1st Battcrv, Don, and fddlc)
C1 MMI\G -In sad and loving memon of our
darling hruthcr, Sergt lock, 21th Battalion who fell at Mont St Quentin 2nd September, 1018
\ living brother, true jin I kinl,
A beautiful meillon left liehind ' -(Imerted by Marv, Kittle and le in)
CUMMING --In loving momorv of our dear brother,
Scrgt Jock 24th Battalion who mude the supreme sacrifice 2nd September 1018
"Cvcr remembered '
-(Inserted hv \gncs and I red Ivorv, nnd little niece Bertha )
CUMMING-In loving memon of Sgt I Cum
ming Jltli Battalion killed in nitlon on Sept 2, 1018, at Vont St Quentin -rstel ),
DANllJTiV-¡(pjovíng piernón of mv dear husband
"¡Mil dUÍTIrtr-ilnd, Private Hurles Cecil H-inlel!, CSlh Battalion killed (n action, Peronne, Sep- tember 2 1018 , ,
And with the morn those nngcl faces smile
Which I have loved long since and lo*t
-(Inserted bj his loving wife and family, Rose
EVANS- In sad and loving memory of our dar-
ling youngest son Acting Sergt-Major Cecil Creswick Evans, 23rd Battalion, who was killed in action, Sept. 2, 1918 at Mont St Quentin.
"A soldier all his life".
Its a long, long way, I m thinking
Today, as I backward glance
To where you fought and fell dear,
In the far-off fields of France
He shall alwayss be first in our memory,
Though his grave is far over the foam
Where he fill midst the thunder of battle,
Fighting for us at home.
-(Inserted b) his loving father, mother, brother, and little sister, Joyce., 94 Darling street, Moonee
I KATUf RSTON -In loving rncmorv of mv dear
hits!and md loving dnddv of little larkic No .10.13, Private John I euthorston (M M ) '1nl Battalion killed in action nt Mont St Quentin, 2nd September 1Mb, aged 11 vears and 3 months. We pictured his suit returning,
My husband ami dear dad, vvc loved so well,
But In Clear) Military Ccmotoo, IVancc, he Is
Not far from where he fqll
A better husband never lived.
Nor a doddv kind and true
So in far off 1 ranee »ve must leave him,
Mong with his comrades hrnve,
Who have given their live« for our frccdom:
Now sleeps In a soldier s grav e
-(Inserted 1>) his lovlne wife Laura and little non lackie l-l Harold street, Thornbury )
f IÏASI II -In loving memory of our dcir brother.
Samuel killel in aition at Peronne, france, September 2 1018 <lnscrtiil b) his loving bro thors and sisters, 252 Graham street, Port Mel
GLVDSTONf - With pride and reverence to the memory cf our dear son Corp E Gladstone (late 53th Battalion), killed at Peronne, 2nd September 1018.
Oh I rgland! it is matohlrs» hearts like these
That lids til", ever clorions i arno on high.
To rimr with clarion volee o er lam's rn I s a
When fmplrps sons for thee thus do and die Imperishable on the «croll of fame
Honoured and lovell b) nations )ct nurom,
Thv name Al «tralla
-(Inserted by his loving parcnls Mentone)
GLUISTONI" -In proud nnd loving memory of m)
clear broth! r, Coip r Gladstone (late 58th »at tallon), killed in net on at Peronne .ml Septem-
foi next to our God Is our Nition,
lltd we ohcrl h Die honoured name Of the bravest of lravc \uslrallans
Who foufcht for that Nullen s fame
-(Insrrled li) ills lov Ing I rolhcr Harold )
GLUlSTONf -In loving memor) of our dear
voting friend, L Cpl 1 Gladstone 58th Hat tallon, All", killed in aetlon In france, sep temher 2 1018 after two }ean>' active scnlce, aged 20,) ears ,
One of the best "
-(Inserted by Mr omi Mr» Lewis and "Cis sie ) ' /
GL-V.DSTÔN! -In loving memory of mv mate, Cpl
Tin Gladstone, A Compon), -iSth Battalion, killed In action, at Peronne, 2nd Septemlier, 1018 (Ted Turnbull 58th Battalion )
HALLtNSll IN -In loving memor) of our son,
Lieut 11 I Ilallenstchi, who w is killed In action ut Peronne on the Old September, lilli
HAnT-A tribute to the memor) < of Pto Carl
I rio Hurí, w'l° made the supreme sacrifice nt Mont,St Quentin on 1st September 1018, clear friend of Mr and Mrs ii Ionian Clurrie (late A IF), Wm, and 1 rdnk, St I conurds road, Ascot) ule i
1 "Ono of Australia's best '
HFMS -In sad and loving memor) of our dear
oui) son Scrgt Cb rente Hems, late C Com pam, 58th Battalion, kilted in action on 2nc September, J018 aged 28,) cars
In distant franco he is hing,
Killed by a passing (hell,
ne wus burled h) Ins comrade«
Tile bO)s who loved hint well
----(Inserted hy his sorrowing mother and father,
Heidelberg load fairfield )
HI 318-In loving memon of our dear brother,
Scrgt Clarence 'N Hems who was killed In uttlon, Franco cn 2nd September 1018
We pictured )our safe return dear brother,
And longed to tlacp volir hand, But. npver will that meeting be
In Australia s sunn» land
But the hardest part Is vet to come,
When all the t-ovs return,
*.nd we miss amoi g the-o h ipnv ones
Our darling brother, who will ne'er return
-(Inserted by his loving sister Vera and brother in law, George Keech and little nephews)
JOHNSTON - In sail and loving meinorv of our
de ir son and brother Pie Rupert C lohnston ilat Batt who died of wounds rSenicmber 2, lois, at Mont st ()uinlln loved brother of Ivan (returned) aged 2? veara.
Loved in life, honoured in death,
Cherished in memor)
-.(Inserted b) his loving lather and mother, and brother, Gourlay street, St hilda )
JOHNSTON -In affectionate remembrance of Pte
It C lohnston nephew of D I and K, M Johnston, I armer street St Kilda died of »voulids ot Mont St Quentin 1 ran6e 2nd September,
For another her > s part is done And another soul's ' gone west
JONES-In sail but loving memory of our dmr
son and brother, Donald shaw Iones MM, 58 li Battalion kiilcd in action st Peronne on the 2nd September 1018, aged IA )ears also our clear son and brother lorn killed in action at HebiUcnie un the 5th \prll, 1018, aged JO
To know than was to love Hiern.
On Activo Service.
JONES.-In pad but proud memory of my beloved
fiance, No. 2880, Private Donald Shaw Jones, M.M., 58th Battalion, killed whilst bringing in wounded comrades at Peronne, September 2, 1918, after 2 years and 2 months' service, aged 24 years and 6 months.
At the heavenly gate you will meet me
With the same sweet smile; We are only parted, darling,
Just for a little while.
Dearly loved and deeply mourned.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing fiancee, Elsie Newey, "Tralee," Wakool P.O., N.S.W.)
JORDAN.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
brother, Sgt. Jack Jordan, who was killed in France on 1st September, 1918.
'Tis sweet to be remembered,
And this our love will show, We hold you still in memory ,
As the years they come and go.
-(Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in law, Mary and Walter E. McGregor.)
KIRKHAM.-In proud and loving memory of Lieut.
Malcolm Kirkham (Mac), who was killed in action near Peronne on September 2, 1918.
A beautiful life, nobly ended. -(Inserted by his mother.)
LEESON.-In loving memory of our dear brother,
No. lort, Pic. Albert II. G. Leeson, A Company, 50th Battnliou, killed in action, near Peronne, August 81, 1918. '
PE\I1CE.-In loving memory of our dearly loved
brother. Driver It. A. Pearce (Ray), killed in action In France, September 2, 1018. (Inserted by II. and M. Pearce, Loch.)
BAIN'BIRD.-A tribute to the memor)' of our
clear friend. Sergeant Frank liolnblrd, 50th Bat ?talion, who made tile supreme sacrifice in France, September 2, 1018. (Inserted by Mr», .loved W'aile and family, St. Kilda.)
58th BOBINSON.-In lov ing memory of my dear brother. 1018; Q.M.-Sgt. E. Robinson, 50th Batt., who died of
wounds 2nd September, 1018, after three years and eight months' sen'ice.
Peace, perfect peace.
In the same cradle we were rocked.
Around the same hearth we have played; He grew to answer his country's call,
Dlh" And the prito with Ills life he ha« paid.
? »iVa -(Inserted by lils loving sister and brother-in
1018. .1,w' .*?? K* .""* -'. ??'. Lester.)
SENNITT.-A tribute lo the memory'of Lieut. A.
J..Sennltt, .'killed in action, Mont St. Quentin, 1st September, 11918. (Inserted by H. S. S.)
STAAF.-In proud and loving memory of my dear
brother, No. 5413 Lance-Corporal G. W. O. Staaf (Ockie), 21st Butt., A.I.F, who made the supreme sacrifice at Mont St. Quentin on 1st September, 1918.
Dearly loved and sadly missed. -(Inserted by his loving sister, A. S.)
SULLIVAN.-To tile loving memory of my pal, D.
(Dan) F. Sullivan, 21th Battalion, killed in action 2nd September, 1018, at Mont St. Quentin.* (In- serted hy his comrade, A. V. McMulinn, Preston.) SUMMERS.-In loving remembrance of our dearly
loveel son and brother, Pte. W\ It. Summers, 21st Butt, whose young life wjs sacrificed at St. Quentin, France, September 2,', 1018. (Father, mothrr, brother, ond sister, Lancefield.)
SUMMERS.-In loving memory of our.dcur brother,
Pte. Hay Summen, killed In action at Mont St. Quentin, 2nd Septcnibcr, 1018; late 21st Batt., A
To a beautiful life carne a peaceful end ;
He lived, as he died, with God his friend.
-(Inserted by his brother and siflter-indaw, Les and Elma.)
SUMMERS-In loving memor)- of our dear brother,
Private William ltayuiond (Rnj)i killed in action in France on the 2nd September, 1018.
One of the best.
-(Inserted by hbj loving sister and brother-in law, M.vro and Lindsay Woods, Shepparton.)
SUMMERS.-In loving remembrance of my dear
friend, Private Hay Summers, killed in action at Mont St. Quentin, 2nd September, 1018.
-(Melva Woods, Moonee Ponds.)
WOODS - In loving remembrance of my beloved
son and our loving brother, Cleve, Sgt. J, A. C. Woods, 23rd Battalion, wounded in action at Mont St. Quentin, September 1, 1918, and died at 61st Clearing Station, France, September 2, 1918, interred Daours Communal Cemetery, loving brother of Elsie (Mrs. G. Massey), Irene, Ruby, Nellie, Val, and Norman.
Fought on so bravely till so near the end, and died as bravely as he fought.
Thank God for such men as he.
-(The price of peace keenly felt by his loved ones, mother, sisters, and brothers.)
WOODS-MARTIN-HINDHAUGH - BLOCK.- A
tribute to the memory of our dear pals, Sergeant Cleve Woods, died of vvounils received at Mont St. Quentin, September 2, 1018, buried at Daours Military Cemetery, France; Gunner Tom Harlin, killed in action July 23, 1918; Corporal Russell Hindhaugh, killed in action, Lone Pine, August 7, 1915; Pte. Leslie Block, killed in action March 20, 1017, members of the "llaromais," late of Healesville and Aspendale.
"Thev shall not grot»* old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years
At the going down of the sun and in the r morning,
We shall remember them."
-(Heiucinbcrt-d hy Barney King, Peachy Smith, A.I.F., Gerry Maclldownie, A.I.F., and ChriB lambert,) - t
]3,ÍCIÍlftf&SE.-Iii leVving meriiory"ôrin)* dcaVvvlfcr,
Annie (Morrl*)/ wlio* idcpartetl this life on the 1st September, 1015, Ascotvale. .- -
. Orte of the best, a loving wife, '
A sister fond and true;
So p-idly missed, so fondly loved.
Hy everyone she kne»v.
-(Inserted by her loving husband, Leslie Back-
BACKHOUSE»-In loving memory of my dear
daughter-in-luw. Annie "(Monde), who departed this life on the 1st September, 1015, Ascotvale.
The Lord gavetb, and the Lord tnkcth away; Blessed he the name of-the Lord.
-(Inserted hy her lo» ing mother-in-law and sisters-in-law, Ilma, KITic, and Lylio.)
DUDLEY.-In sad and loving memory of my clearly
lovol husband and dear daddy, > W. II. (Bert) Dudley, who departed this life on 2nd Septem- ber, 1011, at Yarram, South Gippsland (result of loco, accident). .
"Though death divides fond memory clings." -(Inserted by his loving wife, E»elyn Dudley, mid little son Bert.)
FltASKK.-In loving memory of our dear son and
brother, Juck, who pjssed away on September
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brothers, and sistors.) .
JACKSON.-In memor)* of Georgia Frances May
Jnekson, elearlv Io» ed sister at Malla Huon Demp- ster, died in London On 2nd September, 1017.
McltUBERT.-In loving memory of my dear hus-
band, Echvurd Mcllohcrt, who passed away 2nd September, 1013. (Inserted by his lo»ing*vvife. Isa bella.)
PERRY.-In loving memory of my dear hus-
band and father, who passed awuy on Septcur ?-. 2, 1018, Midi!1- ??--'.
more )our vvel dwelling floor,
No moro we'll watch )0tir coming as we did in
da)s of .»oro. . >
-(Insci ted hy his loving wife and children.)
PIET/SCII,-In loving memory of my dear wife
und our darling mummic, who passed away->on the 2nd September, 1018. (Inserted by her lov- ing hushond, also .Minnie, Laura, Emilie, Billie, and Hurry.)
ASHWORTH. - friends of Mr. and Mrs. J
ASHWORTH are Informed that the remains of
heir elearl) beloved Infinit diughter, Jean Helen, will be interred in the Melbourne General Ceme-
.The funeral will move from their residence. Paxton street, K. Malvern, THIS PAY (Tucjday, 2nd in-t.), .it li a.m.
HERBERT KING owl SONS, Undertakers, Glen fcrric_road,_Malvern. 'Phone .10 Malv._
follow his remains to the place of interment, the Williamstown General Cemetery,
The funeral -will lca\*e his lute residence, 154 Mills street, Albert Park, THIS DAY , (Tuesduy, September 2, 1010), nt 11 o'clock.
JOHN* ALLISON, funeral Director, Albert Pork.
Tel. Centra! 2033. .
DINON.-'Hie friends of the late Mr. HERBERT
FREDERICK DIXON are respectfully invited to follow* his remains to the place of interment in the Coburg Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his mother's residence, -li Moreland road, West Coburg, THIS DAY (Tuesday, Sud September), at -I p.m.
DRAYTON and CARSON", Undertakers. Tels. U1228, Win. 32(1._,
DYNON.-The Friends of Hie late Mr. BASH,
DYNO.N" (of S)dnc)) arc respectfully Invited to follow his lemnins to the place of interment Brighton Cemetery. --'
The funeral w-ill leave St. Francis Church, Lons- dale street, Melbourne, on Wedneeda) morning, the 3rd ¡nst., ut 10.30 (per motors). Requiem Mass 0
JOHN DALEY, Embnlmor and Undertaker, latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne. Tel. S27.
GOODMAN.-The Friends of Mr. JOHN ALLAN
GOODMAN", of Springdell!, Kilmore, are re- spectfully invited to follow the remullís of his be- lo»^ »vffe to the place of interment, Lancefield
The funeral, leaving Kjneton at 11.13 a.m., via Rochford, will arrive at cemetery gates at 3 o'clock
_ .AM are respectfully informed that the remains of lil-, dearly beloved wife, Elizabeth Anne, will be interred in the footscray Cemetery.
The funeral Is appointed to move from his resi- dence, No. 12 Geelong road, footscray, THIS DAY (Tue-ïlay, September 2) at 4 o'clock. Private
, WAL1TU A. WARNT, Updcriaker, 137 and ISO Barkly street. Footscray. Tel. 0 Fa.-). KT._
fi HKGOItY.-Friends ol the late Mrs. ANNA M. '-"".F. De P. GREGORY are! Informed that her re- mains will bo interred in the Burwood Cemetery THIS DAY (Tuesday, September 2),' at 2.30.
B. M VTTHEW's'PTY. LTD., Undertakers, Toorak
road, South Yarra; and at Oakleigh.
R ANTON. - Tile Friends "of the late .Mr. ADAM '¡j'T
RANTON arc respectfully invited to follow 1 , ,,' his remains to tho place of Interment in the Coburg "", " ", Ccmeter». "r*"'1
The funeral is uppoinled from his late rcsidenec, T,ü-> No. «1 Howard street,..North Melbourne, THIS J-' ?>' DAY (Tuesday, 2nd September), ut 3 o'clock. 11 Co»
ALFRED ALLISON, llinl-ral Director. Hoad TOST office, -221 Victoria street (near William street), -L* C'a
West Melbourne. 'Phone Cent. 030. commui
I CJOMERS.-The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES
.O SOMERS are respectfully Informed that his remains will be interred .in the Necropolis, Spring | \nlr.
The funeral will leave his residence, 23 Willis stpreet, Malvern, THIS DAY, at 1.30 p.m., and pro- ceed to Caulfield railway station, thence to ceme- tery by mortuary train, leaving at 2 p.m.
A. J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Malvern and Prahran. Tels., Windsor 17, Malv. 1427.
SULLIVAN. - The Friends of Mr. JOHN SULLI-
VAN are respectfully invitai to follow the remains of his beloved son, THOMAS PATRIOT (late of Sydney)., to the place or Interment, Mel- bourne General Cemetery.
Tile funeral will leave Ma residence, 12S McPhei
son street, North Carlton, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 2nd September), at 3 o'clock. >
JOHN DALEY, Kmbalmor and Undertaker, La-, trobe and Spring streets" Melbourne; Telephone g37. TAYLOR.-TheTrienda of the late Mr. CHARLES
EOWAflD TAYLOR are respectfully invited to follow his rcmaius to the place of Interment, Heidclburg Cemetery*.
The funeral is.aupotnted to leave his late resi- dence, 0 Pearl »ti eel, South Northcote, THIS DAY (Tuesday, September 2, 1910), at 3 p.m.
W, G. RAVEN, Funeral Director, 177 Queen's parade. Clifton Hill; and 227 Smith street, Fitzroy.
tel._i037_Ccnt._ rpAYLOR.-The Brethren of the Kitchener Lodge, J- No. 240, and the Cralt In general arc rc«pect fnllv requested to follow* the remains or our late beloved secretary, Wor. Bro. C. 1C Taylor, P.M., to their last resting-place, the Heidelberg Ceme- tery.
Tlic cortege will leave his late residence, No. 0 Pearl street, Northcote, THIS DAY (September 2),
I 3 p.m. No regalia.
F. MITCHELL, W.M.