CLASSIFIED RATES RATE : Minimum 2 lines, 12 words, l/6, then lid. lor each succeeding line of six words. 'NOTICES OF ENGAGEMENTS. MAR- RIAGES. BIRTHS, DEATHS. BE- REAVEMENT NOTICES. IN MEM- ORIAM. ROLL OF HONOUR, AND RETURN THANKS. MINIMUM, 5/ per notice Up to 6 lines, then 7d. per line.. ENGAGEMENT AND MARRIAGE NOTICES must he signed by both contracting parties and witnessed by a Clergyman. Registrar. J.P..or other responsible person. BIRTH - NOTICES must be signed by a Parent, Matron, J P., and all other notices must be properly authenti- cated by some responsible person before they can be inserted. BIRTHS ALEXANDER,— At the Women's Inter- mediate Hospital, on 15th Dec.. to Gladys and Walter Alexander, 65 Hawthorne St.. Woolloongabb a— a Son (Paul). A Brother for Pam and June. DELUGAR.— At Clilton Private Hospital, on 10th December, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Delugar. Q.N. Bank, Ltd.. Nobby - a Son (Ian Graham). FINTER.— At Women's Intermediate Hos- pital, on 17th De, to Olive Elizabeth (nee Mooney)Wife of John Maxwell Finter, 57 Sefton Road. Hendra— a Son (Derek Raymond). HENDLE.—At Boothville Private Hospi- tal, on December 14th. to Eddie and Connie, a Son (Raymond John), a Brother for Rodney. HOWARD (nee Manley)— On December 15th at King George VMemorial Hos- pital, Sydney, to Edith and Keith - a Daughter (Jan Elizabeth) JOHNSTON - On December 14th at Berilda Private Hospital), East Brisbane, to Enid (nee Burchill) Wife of Edwin John- ston—a Daughter (Roslyn Margaret) Both well. KELSO— At Women's Intermediate Hos- pital, December 15th. to Mr. & Mrs. P. Kelso— a Son (Peter John) LEARMONTH.— At Ellendene Private Hos- pital, on 14th December, to Myrtle (nee Kemp). Wife of A. J. Learmonth— a Son (Geoffrey Arthur). PIPER.— On Dec. 12th. at Nambour Hos- pital, to Mr. & Mrs. Ken Piper (nee Jean Wellington)- a Daughter. ,Grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. H. Wellington Winton. SEYDE, - At Biggenden Hospital, on 28th November, to Doug & Roma (nee Pret- love), a Daughter (Helen Marie). WALLIS.-At. Glandore Hospital. Gym- pie.on Dec 11th. to Audrey. Wife of Roy H. Wallis— a Son (Christopher Ridley) WOOD - At Intermediate Hospital, on 4th Dec., to Mr. & Mrs. Lyn. Wood— a Son 'ENGAGEMENTS ATTHOW- BEVERIDGE. — The engage- ment is announced of Elizabeth Anne youngest Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. Beveridge of Nambour, to William Thomas, eldest Son of Mr. & Mrs. W. Atthow. of ClClayfield. BELL— ANDERSON.— Tnc encasement is announcel of Jean, only Daughter of Mrs. H.H. Anderson of Clayfield and the late W.F. Anderson of New Guinea to David Burnett youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. A Bell of Gregory Terrace. FENELON - GILL -The engagement has been announced of Norma Mary, only Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gill, of Red Hill. Gympie. to Bernard. younger Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fenelon. John Street. Gympie. FORD— JACK.— The engagement is an- nounced of Denise, eldest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Jack. of Norman Park. to Roy. eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ford, of Norman Park. HURST— MARNANE. — The engagement is announced of Betty Marnane, only Daughter of Mrs. J. Marnane, Mt. Nebo, and the late Mr. M. Marnane to Jim Hurst, only Son of Mrs. M. F. Hurst. Booval, and the late Mr. J. Hurst. LANGTON— CHISHOLM.— The engage- ment is announced of Dorothy Isobel. second daughter of Mr. & Mrs. A. S. Chisholm. Cambridge Street. Mitchell. to John Thomas, youngest Son of Mrs. J. M.. and the late Mr. M. Langton. Amby. LEAH — SETTLE.-- The engagement is an- nounced of Joyce Margaret, only Daugh- ter of Mr. & Mrs. J. Settle, of Port Macquarrie, late of Coffs Harbour, to Anthony Charlton. only son of Mr. & Mrs. T. Leah, of Burwood. Sydney. McDOWALL .-MACPHERSON.— The en- gagement is announced of Betty, widow of F./L. Roy Macphcrson. R. A.A.F. Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Rose, of Cremorne. to A. W. L. (Sandy) McDow- all, Son of the late Dr. St. A. W. L McDowall & Mrs. McDowall, of 'Tum- murrami.' Gore. Old. MILNER— WARD).— The engagement is announced of Ester, second Daughter of Mr. W. H. Ward, and the late Mrs. M. Ward, of 15 York St.. Yarraville. Vic- toria, to Reg.. youngest, Son of Mrs. O. Milner. and the late Mr. J. T. Milner. Toogoolawah. Queensland. SCHNEIDER— KRIESCH. — The engage- ment is announced of Marjorie E. W.. only Daughtcr of Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Kriesch. 'Strathmere,' Samson Vale, to Mervyn W. M.. fourth Son of Mr. & Mrs. H. Schneider, Whiteside, Petrie.
PRE-MARRIAGES BARNES -MICHELSON.— At St. Andrew's, South Brisbane, Wed. 18th, by Rev. Leonard Hobbs, Aubrey, third Son of Mrs. and the late T. W. Barnes, Rock- hampton, to Betty, elder Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Michelson. Highgate Hill. EAVES — THEAKER. — On the 21st Decem- ber. at. 5 o'clock, at Wesley Church Kangaroo Point, Samuel H. Eaves. Son of the late Mr. & Mrs. S. H. Eaves, of Albion, to Valma Theaker. only Daughter of Mr.& Mrs. C. P. Theaker, of Camp Hill. Brisbane. HORSFALL- O'LEARY — On Dec 21st. at 10 a.m.. at St. Peter's Church of Eng- land. Gympie, Marjorie, only Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. K. J. O'Leary, of Brooloo, to Allen, youngest Son, of Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Horsfall. of Maroochydore, late of Brooloo. MARRIAGES' LAMPERD— LAFFERTY.— On 2nd Dec, at Coorparoo Presbyterian Church, Rev A. C. Kennedy officiated at the marriage of Dorothy Heather, eldest Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. Lafferty. Rowsley St.. Greenslopes, to Albert Edward, eldest Son of Mr. & Mrs. A. E. Lamperd. Memerambi, Kingaroy DEATHS COOPER.— On the 15 th December, at the residence of her Daughter, Mrs. A. J. Coogan, Goodna, Margaret (late Gym- pie), beloved Mother of Mr. E. Abbott (Wynnum), G. Abbott (Sandgate), J. Ab- bott (Gumdale), A. W. Abbott (Cracow), Mrs. T. Robson (Imbil), J. Basby (Doom- ben), M. Nielsen ( Albion), L. Bridge- man (St. Kilda, Victoria). After a lot of suffering, passed away peacefully. "All your pain is gone, Mother darling." R.I.P. DAVIS.— The death is announced of Mr. R. A. Davis, Hypatia St., Chinchilla, who passed away at his residence on Dec. 14th, 1946. He is survived by his Wife, Four Sons, two Daughters, and 29 Grand-children. HALL - Ralph.— Beloved Husband of C. Hall, passed away Dec. 16. 1946, at 43 Ninth Avenue, Railway Estate, Towns-ville HIGGS. 15th December. Williamstown Hospital. Melbourne, Agnes Isabell Higgs 19 Cerberus Crescent, North Williams- town, loving Aunt of Katherine (Mrs. G. Bright). loving Great Aunt, Martha (Mrs. H. Hendry Bell). Mrs. P. Bam- bery (Thelma). Mrs. M. Fraser (Kath- leen) Mrs. W. S. McGowan (Edna). Mrs. T. Langford. Jack, Frances Mrs. Arthur Robert Lidsitl (Lucille). Mrs. J McLeod (Joan), Mrs Tracey, and Mary. aged 74 years. Privately cremated, Springvale Crematorium. Melbourne. 17 December HULBERT, Mrs. Ellen.-On December 17th, 1946. at her late residence. Bal- mainSt., Wooloowln, Mrs. Ellen Hulbert, beloved Mother of Hugh, Geoffrey, Owen. Janet, and Madalen. Privately cremated at Mt. Thompson crematorium. K. M. SMITH. Funeral Director. NAIRN, Alexander L.— At Brisbane on December 16th. 1946, Alexander Living- stone Nairn, M.A., F.R.G.S. beloved Hus- band of Mrs. E. B. Nairn, 29 Prince Street. Murwlllumbah, N.S.W.. and Father of Alice. Privately cremated at Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Dec. 17th. 1946 K. M. SMITH, Funeral Direclor. O'NEILL.— On December 3rd. at Char- tcrs Towers, Bridget O'Neill, relict of late John O'Neill, late Hodgson and Bris- bane. IN MEMORIAM HERMANSEN.— In loving memory 'of our Daughter and Sister, Maren Jean, who left us on 18th December, 1939. A precious one has gone from us, A voice we loved Is still. , A place Is vacant in our home, Whlch never can be still. Inserted by her .Mummy and Daddy Bruce, and Margaret. HILL, Herbert James. — In loving memory of my dear Husband, who passed peace- fully away, Dec. 18, 1944. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving Wife. Rose. HILL, Herbert James.— In affectionate memory of our sincere Friend, who de- parted this life on 13th December. 1944 Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. F. Tucker and Family. JOHNSON, William.— In loving memory of my beloved Father and our Grand- father, who passed away on the 18th December, 1939. Inserted by his Daughter, Elsie, and his Grandchildren, Muriel, Joyce, and Phillip. KAHLER, Rose Violet.— In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away at Gympie, on the 18th December, 1938 We have only a beautiful memory. To remember our whole life through, But its sweetness will linger forever dear mother. That memory of you. Inserted by her loving Sons. Keith & Kevin. KAY. John Edward.— In loving memory of our dear Brother, who departed this life 18/12/44. Always remembered. Inserted by Tis., Sue, and Thurza. KENAVAN, Ethel Frances.— In loving memory of my dear Wife and our Mother, who passed away Dec. 18th, 1943 LARKIN. — Cherished memories Stephen, who passed to his eternal home on December 18th, 1944. Inserted by his loving wife. Ragna LARKIN. Rev. S.— A tribute to the mem- ory and service of our late Minister and Friend. Rev. S. Larkin, who de- parted this life on Dec. 23. 1944. United Protestant Church, Sunnybank PAVEY. — In loving memory of our dear Father, Walter, who departed this life December 18th, 1945. God saw that he was suffering, It touched His heart with love; So with a gentle voice He whispered, Come, there is peace above. Inserted by his loving Son and Daugh- ter-in-Iaw, and randchildrcn, Walter and Doll, and Family. PAVEY, Walter.- In loving memory our dear Father, who passed away December 18th. 1945. Always remembered. Inserted by Gordon and Dawn. PAVEY.— A tribute to the memory of our dear Friend. Walter Pavey, who passed away December 18, 1945. Inserted by his Friends, Ruby and Harold. RAMSAY, Bertha A. M.— In loving me- ory of our dear Mother. Mother- in-law and Grandmother, who passed away 18th December, 1943. Always in our thoughts. Inserted by her loving Family.
IN MEMORIAM SKUTHORPE.— in loving memory of our dear Mother. Mother-in-law. & Grand- mother. Emily Jane who passed to peace and rest on December 18th, 1945. We have you in our memory. God has you in His care. Inserted by her loving Daughters. Daughters-in-law, Sons, SonK-ln-law, & Grandchildren SMART.— In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother. Ron, passed away 18th December, 1943. A heartache, a tear, a memory so dear. Every day of our lives we wish you were here Inserted by Mum. Dad. Sisters, and Brothers SMAR*— A tribute to the memory of our dear Pal, Ron Smart, who departed this life, December 18th, 1943, at Bris-bane Memories drift to the days now passed. Time rolls on, but memories last. Inserted by Reg and Ivy Nichols, Nam-bour SUTHERLAND - In loving memory of our dear Father and Father-in-law, who passed away 18th DecemDer. 1945. Lovingly remembered Inserted by Harold and Mary. WATSON.— To the loving memory of our beloved Mother, Mother-in-law, 'and Grandmother, Hannah Maria Watson. If I could have my dearest wish fulfilled And take my choice of all earth's trea- sures too And ask from heaven what so'er I wllled. I'd ask for you Inserted by her loving Son & Daugh- ter-i.n.-law, Alec and Dolly, and Grand- , children. Ray, Noela. and Jacqueline. WATSON.— In loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandmother. Hannah Maria Watson. We never met a kinder heart. Nor one so loving and true. Memories live on although we're apart. Dearest one from you. Inserted by her loving Son & Daugh- ter-in-law. William and Pearl. and grandchildren. Ken, Irene, Stan, & Carol. \ ROLL OF HONOUR ALLAN. QX52818. Sgt. Duncan Allan, M.I.D.. 8th Btn.. killed in astion Bou- gainvillc, 18th December, 1944, only Son of.Mr.& Mrs. Arthur Allan, Deception Bay (late Morayfield) also in memory Cpl. Bill Sawrey. Forest Glen. Ever in our thoughts. ALLAN. Sergt. Duncan Arthur Allan.— - QX52818. of Morayficld. killed in action at Bougainville. on 18th December. 1944 Always remembered by his loving Grandmother. Grandfather, and Aunt Barbara ALLAN -In memory of QX52818. Sgt Duncan A. Allan. C Company. 9th Aust. If. Battalion, killed in action. Decem- ber 18th. 1944. at Bougainville Island Always remembered.. Inserted by Aunt Muriel, Uncle Charles Stan, and Dcs. ALLAN, Sergt. Duncan Arthur Allan.— Killed In action at Bougainville. on 18th December. 1944. Always remembered by the Reeve and Burdett Families. ALLAN.— In memory of Sgt. Duncan Allan. 15 PI.. 9 Aust.. Inf. Bn., killed in action, Artillery Hill. Bougainville, 18th December. 1944. His memorial— the future. Inserted by his 'runner.' ALLAN, SAWREY.-- In memory of Sgt. Duncan Allan and Cpl. Bill Sawrey, killed in action, Artillery Ridge, Bougainville. 18/12/44. Always remembered. BATY. — Proud and sacred memories of our two dearly loved boys. Harry. Lieut. 2/9 Btn.. A.l.F. killed at Buna. N.G.. Dec. 18th. 1942. after service Middle East; Jack. Lieut.. 47th Btn.. A.l.F. killed at Salaman, N.G., Sept. 5th. 1943. They made the greatestt sacrifice to try to save mankind. Let us help to build a world to the place they left behind. Remembering in silence their Mates who have passed on. Mum. Dad. Brother Tom (Japan), Sis- ters. Lorna and Lucy. BATY. — In loving memory of Harry Lieut., 2/9 tin.. A.l.F.. killed at Buna N.G., Dec. 18th. 1942. after service Middle East. Treasurerd memories. Grandma Moores. Aunts. Uncles, and Cousins. BRICKLEY. Sgt. W. C. QX4362.— In proud and loving memory of dear Friend Clyde, who was killed at Buna. 18th De- cember. 1942, after serving in Middle East and Tobruk. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember him. Inserted by Mrs. Bloomfield and Family. COOPER - In loving memory of my Son (Bill), Pte.W. G. Cooper, killed in action Buna. N.G.. 18th Dec, 1942, after ser- vice in M.E. In my home there's a beautiful picture, To me it is dearer- than gold, It's the photo of my darling boy. Whose memory will never grow old. Inserted by his loving Mother. COOPER. -In fond memory of my dear Brother & Brother-in-law (Bill) QX724. Pte. W. G. Cooper, 2/9 Batt., killed in action. Buna, N.G.. 18th Dec, 1942, after service in M.E. He left his home in the flower of youth. He seemed so strong and brave. We little thought how soon he would Be laid in a soldier's grave. Inserted by his loving Sister Beatrice. & Brother-in-law Neville, Nephew & Niece, Geoffrey & Heather
COOPER, Pte. W. G., QX7324, A.I.F. - 2/9th Inf: Btn., k.i.a.. 18/12/42. No greater love hath man than this, that he give his life for his country. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving Brother & Sister- in-law, G. F. Thorley. ex-9 Div. and R. E. Thorley. Ella Street. Red Hill. CROWE.— In loving memory of Pte. George Crowe, died of wounds, 18th De- cember, 1942. Served at Tobruk & Milne Bay Always remembered. Inserted by his uncle & Aunt, W. J. & P. E. Tyler, and Cousins, George and Isabel. DE VANTIER.— In proud and loving memory of our dear Son and Brother. QX415. Lieut. Roy De. Vantier (M.M.) 2/9th Inf. Btn.. returned Middle East, killed in action New Guinea. Always loved and remembered, never will be forgottcn. Inserted by his loving Mother. Father. and Brothers. DITTMAN.— A sad and loving tribute to our dear George, QX13564. Pte. Walter George Dittman. 2/9 Btn, killed in action New Guinea, December 18th, 1942, after service In Middle East. Inserted by his loving Parents, Brothers, and Sisters. FITZPATRICK, QX14284.— In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother. Bert, killed in action New Guinea, 18th December, 1942. 'Always remembered.' Inserted by Mother, Father, . Sisters. & Brother. GRAY.— In loving memory of our two Sons and Brothers. Private Robert Wal- ter, 49th Batt., and Private George God- frey, 29 Batt... killed . in action, New Guinea, 7th and 18th Dec. 1942. Treasured memories of two good Sons, and Brothers. Dad, Mother, Brother, Sisters, and Brothers-in-law, GRAY.— QX605 Pte. George Gray, 2/9th Batt.. A.I.F., killed in action in N.G., Dec. 18th. 1942: also Pte. R. Gray (Bob), reported missing, N.G., Dec. 7th, 1942. now presumed dead. Inserted by their Friends, Sparks Family HERON.— A tribute to the memory of QX157, Lieut. R. A. Heron, 2/9th Btn.. A.l.F.. killed in action Buna, 18th Decem- ber. 1942. Inserted by his Family. MACKAY. In proud and loving memory of our dear Son, George, QX275. 2/9th Bn.. who fell at Cape Endaidaire, 18th December, 1942. His life a beautiful memory, His absence a silent sorrow. Father and Mother. MACKAY. In proud and loving memory of our dear Brother. George, QX275. 2/9th Btn., and his Gallant comrades, who fell at Case Endaidaire. N.G., De- cember 18th. 1942. Fond memories bring the light of other days around. Peter, Angus. Ron, Catherine, Edna. Marion. MACKAY, QX275. Pte. G.— In memory of QX275, Pte. Gorge Mackay, 2/9th Btn.. killed in action at Cape Endai- daire. I8th December, 1942, after service in M.E. Always remembered. Inserted by ex-QX. F. Olsen. MARSHALL.- -In loving memory of our dear Son, QJX75. Pte. Foy Marshall, 2/9 battalion, killed in action. Buna. New Guinea, December 18th, 1942, ased 22 years. He was not spared to share the peace, Of a country he helped to save. But we remember him as a hero, And treasure the life he gave. Inserted by his loving Mother and Father. MARSHALL.— In loving memory of our dear Brother. QX75. Pte. Foy Marshall, 2/9 Battalion, killed in Buna, New Guinea, December 18th, 1942, aged 22 years. His country called and he answered, Now In God's hands he rests. Inserted by his loving Sister and Brothers. MELKSHAM. In proud remembrance 0f 'Darby,' QX3071, Pte. W. J. Melksham 2/9th Btn., A.I.F.. Killed In action. Buna 18th December. 1942. MELKSIIAM.— In loving memory of our dear Friend and Comrade. QX3071. Pte W. J. (Darby) Melksham, killed in action Buna. 1942. A treasured memory. Stella and Jack. MELLORS.— In loving memory of V. C Mellors, QX70, killed in action, 18th De- cember, 1942. Buna' We cannot clasp your hand, Vic. Your face we cannot see; But let this little token tell. We still remember thee. Inserted by Mum, Dad, Les, Norm, Grandma MELLORS.— In proud & loving memory of our dear Friend. QX70. Vic. Mellors killed Cape Endaidaire, Buna, December 18th, 1942. Remembrance. Inserted by the Wyer Family. OGILVIE.— In loving memory of my Sons, also Brothers, of Cliff, Elleen Jean, and Margaret. Laurie, missing on H.M.A.S. Sydney, Herbert. 2/9 Bn.. Ret. M.E. killed in action in New Guinea Fond hearts will ne'er forget you. Honour to their memory. OVERS.- In loving memory of QX45, Sig Douglas J. Overs (Shorty), 6th Div., killed in action. New Guinea, 18/12/42 aged 21 years 4 months. Silently remembered by his Mother and Brother. Lionel. PAULGER.- In proud and loving memory of our dear Brother, Frank. QX12780 2/9th Btn., killed in action, Dec. 18th 1942, Buna. Dearly loved and always remembered, By his loving Sisters, Dot and Cecily. PAULGER. QX12780. Pte. Frank Paulger 2/9th Btn.— In affectionate memory of our dear Friend, who gave his life for us at Buna, December 18th, 1942. 'Tis but a little while And we shall meet again. Inserted by the Mason Family. SAWREY.- In proud and loving memory of our darling Son and Brother. QX37930 Cpl. William Gordon (Billl) Sawrey. C Coy., 9th Inf. Btn., killed in action. Artil- lery Ridge, Bougainville Is., December 18th, 1944. aged 23 years and 9 months also Sgt. D. Allan, of Morayfield. killed in the same attack. Memory is like a golden' chain, ' It binds us till we meet again, Ever remembered by his loving Mother Father, Sisters, and Brothers, Forest Glen. SAWREY.— In memory of my Pal, Cpl. W. G. Sawrey killed in action Bougain- vllle. 18th December, 1944. Sadly missed and ever remembered, inserted by G. D. Cox.
ROLL OF HONOUR. REID.- In proud memoryof our gallant Cobber, QX13509. Tpr. J. A. (Jacky) Reid, returned from service in Middle East and who was killed in act.ion at Sanananda, New Guinea. 18th December, 1942. Inserted by his Cobbers. STAPLES. — Fond and everlasting memory of my beloved Son, Harry Bas- kerville. QX6320. Lieut., 2/10th Field Re- giment. 8th Div.. who died of cerebral malaria. 18th Dec. 1942. in Burma, whilst prisoner of war. Also a tribute to his fellow comrades who gave their lives during the Japanese campaign. Inserted by his loving Mother. STAPLES.— In loving memory of our dear Brother. Harry ("Jo''). Lieut.. 2/10th Field Regiment, 8th Division, who died whilst prisoner of war in Jap- nese hands. . ' Till we meet again Inserted by his Sister, Betty, and Brother Bob. STAPLES.— In fond and loving memory of QX6320. Lieut. Harry Baskerville Staples, who passed away in Thambou- ziat Hospital, Burma, on 18th December. 1942. Inserted by his Brother. Robert. STAPLES - Sacred memories of QX0320. Lieutenant Harry (Jo) Staples. 2/10 Field Regiment. died while P.O.W., Thai- land. 18th December. 1942. Went the day well? . He died and never knew. But well or ill. Freedom. He died for you. Romembertd by his Friends, the Stan- ley Family. Sydney. TYLER - QX18038. Cpl. Andrew Patter- son Tyler, killed Buna, 18th December. 1942. S2rved Milne Bay and Tobruk. Lovingly remembered by his. wife, Irene. Daughters, Peggy and Beatrice. and Son Andrew, of 135 Beardy Street. Armidale TYLER— In loving memory of Cpl. Andy Tyler. killed in action at Buna, I8th Dec. 1942. served at Tobruk & Milne Bay Always remembered. Inserted by his Father & Mother. W. J. and F. E. Tyler, also his Bro- hcr, George & Sister Isabel. TYLER.— In proud and loving memory of my Son-in-law, Cpl. Andrew Tyler. killed- Buna. I8th December. 1942. The passing years can never dim. My thoughts of one so dear. Inserted by his loving Mother-in-law. B.M. Logan. Forest Hill TYLER.- In memory of my Pal. QX18038 Cpl Andy Tyler, killed in action. Buna. 18th Dec . 1942. Inserted by Bill Dalton. WHITEHOUSE.— In proud and loving memory of my dear Husband and my Daddy. QX5704. Trooper Francis Herbert, Whitehouse. 2/7th Aust. Cav. Rcgt.. A.I.F. returned M.E.. killed in action Sanananda. N.G., 18th December, 1942. For our to-morrow he gave his to-day. Inserted by his loving Wife and Daughter Frank WHITEHOUSE.— A tribute or love and remembrance to our dear Son-in-law and Brother-ln-law. Francis Herbert, killed in action Sanananda, 18th December. 1942. Lovingly remembered. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs A. J. Crosby and Family. Laidley. WORTH, QX61616 L./Cpl.- Edward Worth, died of wounds'. Bougainville, December I8th. 1944 aged 29 years, In a grave so far away , Where they laid our Son and Brother' Ed. Some may think we have forgotten When at times they see us smile; But they never know the heartaches Safely hidden all the while. Inserted by his loving Mother, Father, and Brothers and Sister. WORTH.— In lovinq memory of L./Cpl Edward Worth. died of wounds at Bougainville. on 18th December. 1944. Inserted by his loving Aunty Olive Aunty Glad. 2/9TH BN. — In proud memory of all our Comrades killed in action, Endaidare 18th December. 1942, Buna, and San-ananda 'Inserted by C. Graham and.G. Bignell BEREAVEMENT NOTICES MR. & MRS. T. BAYLES. also MESSRS. P. & J. TWOMEY wish , If THANK all Relatives & Friends for let- ters, cards. & telccrams in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. The FAMILY of the late MRS. M J. GUILLESSER wish to sincerely THANK all kind Relations, Friends, and Neighbours. Rev. Father O'Halloran. and T. C. Beirne Pty.. Ltd.. for the help, floral tributes. and messages of sym- pathy in their recent sad bereavement We also tender our sincere thanks to the Mater Hospital for their kindness and unremitting attention during a long illness. Please accept this us our per- onal thanks. FUNERAL NOTICES BLUME— Relatives and Friends of Mr Charles Blume. of Windermere Road Ascot, are invited t0 attend his Funeral to leave St, Augustine's Church of Eng- land, Hamilton, on conclusion of Service commencing at 2 o'clock, This (Wednes day) Afternoon, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. JOHN HISLOP & SONS Funeral Directors. CHAPLAIN.— The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. E. Chaplain. Mr. &Mrs. R. J. Anderson & Family. Mr. & Mrs. W. R Chaplain & Family, Mr. N. G. Chaplain Mr .J. Chaplain & Family. Mr.& Mrs. A
Grenlund & Family. Mr. & Mrs. D. Chaplain & Family. Mr. & Mrs. W..L. Rowe & Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their Father. Father-in-law. Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle, & Grandfather. Willlam Chaplain, to leave the Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide Street.. City. This (Wednesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for he Crematorium. Mount Thompson. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD.. Funeral Directors. FORSTER, Mrs. Mary.— The. Funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Forster. Relict of the late Peter Joseph Forster. and Mother of Joseph Henry, of Lilly St. Stone's Corner, will leave the Funeral Chapel. Stanley St.. South Brisbane, This (Wednesday) Forenoon, at 10 o'clock for Bulimba Cemetery. K. M. SMITH B2605. GIBSON. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. W. G. Gibson. Mr. & Mrs. R. Gibson (Bingera), Mr. & Mrs. G. Gibson (Syd- ney), Mr. & Mrs. F. Buss (Bundaberg) and Dr. & Mrs. J. Booth are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife their Mother, and Mother-in-law, Jeanne Gibson, of Ascot Street, Ascot, to move from the Albert Street Methodist Church on conclusion of service commencing at 3.45 o'clock, This (Wednesday) After- noon, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thomp- son. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. GOODAIR — The Relatives & Friends of Mr. A. D. Goodair. England St., East Ipswich. & Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Teall Jacaranda St., East Ipswich, are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife & their Mother & Mother-in-law Mabel Goodair, to leave the Funeral Chapel. Limestone St., Ipswich. at 3'clock, this (Wednesday) Afternoon for the Ipswich Cemetery. O. BOTTCHER & SON. Funeral D'rectors. Ipswich. GRIFFITH. - The Relatives & Friends of
Mrs. C. Griffith, Mr. & Mrs. H. Griffith. Mr. & Mrs. R. Griffith. Mr. & Mrs Norm. Griffith, Mr & Mrs. A. Griffith Mr. & Mrs. E. Griffith, Mr. K. Griffith Mrs. A. Griffith & Families are invited t0 attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their Father, Father-in-law. & Grandfather. George Mervyn Griffith. of John Street. Redcliffe. to leave the Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide Street City. This (Wednesday) Afternoon at 3.20 o'clock, for the l.utwyche Ceme- tery. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD. Funeral Directors. GRIFFITH. — The Relatives & Friends of Mr. & Mrs. A. Stokes. Mr. & Mrs. G. Douglas, Mrs. M. Crombie. Mrs. C. Grif- rith & Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother. Brother-in-Iaw. & Uncle. George Mervyn Griffith. to leave as per Family Notice. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD.. Funeral Directors HUMPHREY. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Alice Humphrey and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her be- loved Husband, their father, and Father- in-law. William Humphrey, of 6 Jurgen Street, Woolloongabba, to move from Alex Gow's Funeral Chapel. Petrie Bight, This (Wednesday) Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Ceme- tery. ALEX GOW, Funeral Director. NEUMANN— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. E. L. Brelsford. Mr. & Mrs. F. Neumann (Sydney), Mr. & Mrs. A Neumann, Mrs. M. Neumann and Fami- lies, and Messrs. H. & C. Neumann are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother, Mother-in-law. and Grandmother, Wilhelmine Caroline Neu- mann, of 21 Stratton Street, Valley, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel. Petrie Bight. This ( Wednesday) After- noon, at 3.30 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director SHARKEY. Mrs. Ada. Crosby Rd., Albion. — The Relatives & Friends of Mr. John Sharkey & Family are respectfully ad- vised of the death of their beloved Wife, Mother, & Grandmother. The Funeral is arranged to leave the Parlour, 400 Wickham St.. To-day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, for Mt. Thompson Crematorium No flowers. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. SMITH.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. A. J. Smith, Miss Nell Smith. Mr. &. Mrs. P. G. Smith & Family, Mr. & Mrs. A. R. Robinson and Family, and Messrs. John and William Smith are in- vited to attend the Funeral of her be- loved Husband, their Father, Father- in-law, and Grandfather, John Smith, of Park Road. Milton, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chanel, Petrie Bight. This (Wednesday) Morning at 10 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. STUBBS.— Relatives and Friends of Mr. & Mrs. S. B. Heiser, Dr. & Mrs. Clif. TucKer, Miss B. Stubbs (Scarborough), and Misses Margaret and Bessie Stubbs (Melbourne), are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother and Brother-in-law. Clifford Cameron Stubbs. of Laurel Avenue. Chelmer, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St., South Bris- bane, This (Wednesday) Morning, at 11 o'c'ock. for the Mt. Thompson Crema- torium, service at 10.45. No flowers, by request.; JOHN HISLOP & SONS. 'Funeral Directors. FUNERALS, _CREMATIONS ? METROPOLITAN Funeral Set vices. 400 Wickhnm St., Valley. BII090. B4773. especial ail-nlght service availuble. TJRISBANE UNDERTAKERS. PTY.. 1- ltd' Tom Foley. Manager. 527 Stan ley Street, South Brisbane. Cremations urranVd J1037 iday and niBhn. TOHN HISLOP & sons. Cremation and 'r4t.ri8S!SPPlr*|flO»«,.M4BfienV.le.T^!11 ? rpo ENSURE THAT YOUR WISHES ? X are fulfilled, write to Brisbane Cre matorium. Lt«.. Room 4. Fourth Floor. Commonwealth Bank Chambers. Ouec-n ? St.. Brisbane. B5814. for form entitled ? 'Directions for Cremation at Death.' I Also ^handbook w'th lull lnforma'lon re r -cremation & Prepaid Cremation peeds.' ? FUEL AND STOVES A. MILLWOODrhardwood stove lengths. 30/ ton. vl--/ li-ton, prompt delivery, J. south side. Phone JY4901. or MY6026 D A LL dry firewood delivered anywhere. 1- A 30/ ton, split 37/ffc .J4034. business :; 'TPOrI sale, large two-door fuel stove, d if Rood order. .05. JY4544. TTiOR ' SALE. American Heady Camp 1? Kooka (2 burneri. Particulars, ph. Wyn.- 227. t ? ' N r 1%fl'ILLWOOD, best hardwood, stove t IVllcnsths. 1-4 ton delivered. Ph. M3211 -, T- ECONDITIONED fuel stoves for sale I li Foster's Foundry.-, ? L1677. ? ,- -i2-Gallon reconditioned heavy sauge I cooper Boilers, and steel stands, at Foster's Foundry. 190 Abbotslord Road Mayne. Phone L1677.