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BIRTHS     COOMER.— At Grange Private Hospital, on October 13th, to Les and Marge (nee Kuhni, of Kedron, a Son I Gary Leslie DALZIELL.— At Women's Intermediate en October 11th. to Mr. and Mrs. Dalziel (nee Hilda Camps), a Son (Graham Leslie i. SHAW (nee Sturgess).— To Joan. Wlfs ol Cedric. at Women's Intermediate, sun day. 19th— a Daughter. Both well. WIELAND— At Nambour. 17th October, to Des. and Molly, a Son. Both well. ENGAGEMENTS     CHAPFELL— WILSON.— Th3 engagement Is announced ol Mavis, only Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wilson, South port, to Ronald, youngeft Son of Mri. J. A. and the late W. H. Chappcl), of Nundah. DOUGLAS — CUDMORE.— The engagement is announced of Margaret June, youngest Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Cudmore, 'Ivanhoe Downs,' Morven, to Lance Robert (Rob), youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. H. A. Douglas, Mt. Maria, Morven. GARRETT— DARR.— The engagement Is announced of Nancy Elizabeth, only Daughter of Mr. -fe Mrs. H. Darr, Bur- leigh Heads, to Robert Glen Garrett, titter Son of Mrs. F. Murray, New Farm. ? IN MEMORIAM   BELL.— In loving memory of our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Pa. Robert Eeli i retired inspector of police i. who passed away 20th October. 194S. Forever In our thoughts. Inserted by Muriel. Bill, and Janice. BLEAKLEY, Agnes May. — In loving mem- ory of our dear Mother, Mother-in-law, & Grandmother, who passed away 20th Oct. 1942. There's a face we will always remember. There's a voice we love to recall, There's a memory we will cherish forever Of a mother to good to us all. Inserted by Leslie, Dulcie, Neville, & Judith. BLEAKLEY. - In loving memory of my darling Mother, Agnes May Bleakley, who departed this life 20th Oct. 1942. Long days and nights she bore her pain, She waited for cure, but all in vain. Till God Himself knew what was best. And took my mother home to give her rest.   They say that time will heal the wound. And teach me to forget, But time so far has only shown. I miss my mother yet. My heart just aches with sadness. My eyes shed many a tear. God only knows how much I miss you. As it dawns the fifth sad year. Inserted by her loving Daughter, Jean. BLEAKLEY. — In loving memory of our darling Mother and Nana who departed this life 20th October. 1942. It Is not the tears at the moment shed. That tell of a heart that is torn. It is the loneliness of the after years. And the sadness silently borne. Inserted by her loving Daughter and Son-in-Law. Hope and Hod, and Grand children. CLELLAND. - In loving memory of our darling Nephew and Cousin, Noel Henry, passed away 20th October. 1044. A tribute of love and remembrance. Of one we never forget. By his loving Aunt Ann, Uncle George, and Cousin Harriett. CRAMPTON. — Treasured memories of a loving Husband and Father (Alderman W. R. crampton), who passed away on 20th October, 1938. Always remembered. Inserted by his loving Wife & Family. ELLIS. Elizabeth Ann. — In loving memory of my dear Wife, who passed away on SOth October, 1845. Time changes many things. But memory lives forever. Inserted by her loving Husband. FAIRBANK.— In loving memory of my dear Husband and Father, who passed away October 20th, 1045. ' Time passes on, but memories stay As near and dear, as yesterday. Inserted by his Loving Wife and Daughter. Page. FAIRBANK, Mr. Frank.— In loving mem ory of our dear Friend, who passed away 20th October, 1045. Sleep on, dear friend, for it is true You suffered much and told but few. But ono who knew you needed rest. Was God above, and He knew best. Inserted by Friends, Mr. and Mrs, Low & Family, also Grandpop. FOWLER.— In loviiiB memory of our darling Daughter, Elaine (Bubsl, aged 17 years, who passed away October 2Uth, If we could' sneak with you to-day lour dearest Pali, Laugh with you In the same old way* Hear your voice, and see you smile. Then' life for ue would be worth whllo, Bub sweetest memories, loving and true, Will ever remain, darling Elaine, of you. Inserted by your loving Mummlp and pad. FOWLER. — In loving memory of dear Elaine, who passed away on 20th Oct., 1946. A little token, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. Inserted by Aunt Dorothy and Uncle FOWLER.— In loving memory of, dear Elaine, who passed away suddenly on Oct. the 20th, 1946, age 17 years. Your memory- Is as dear to-day, As in the hour you passed away. Inserted by your loving Grandma and Grandpa. FOWLER.— In loving memory of my dear Granddaughter and our Nl»-.e and Cousin, Elaine, who passed away Oc tober 20th, 1940. Not one day do we forget you, In our hearts you are always dear; Loved, remembered, longed for always, As It dawns the first sad year. Inserted by her ?loving Grandma, Aunty Hazel. Uncle Claude, and Cousin Valma. FOWLER ? Cherished memories of oui dear Niece and Cousin, Elaine, passcc away 20th October, 104(5. A silent thought brings many a tear Of one we miss and loved so dear. Claude, Sadie, and Boys. HOWELLS.— in loving memory of mi   dear Mclhcr. who passed away 20th Oc tober, 1945, also dear Dad, passed awn; 10th August, 1022. Always missed by Laura, Arthur, am HOWELLS (Annie).— In loving memory o our dear Mother, Mothcr-ln-law, an- arandmother, died October 20th, 1945. We are lonely here without you, __And sadness marks our way, The world is not the same to us Since you were called away. Inserted by her loving Son. Daugh ter-ln-law, and Granddaughters, Georg Lily, and Family. HOWELLS.— Passed to their reward, be loved Father and Mother. John Howclli 10th August, 1922, and Annie Howcll: 20 h October, 1045. Inserted by Jessie and Alf. HOWELLS.— To-day is the second an niversary of our beloved Grandmothoi Annie Howells.

Wo miss you, uran. Inserted by her Grandchildren, Olwyn, Graham, and Lcnorc Lovelock. JUNG, Caroline.— Sacred to the mem ory of our dear Mother. Motherin law, and Grandmother, who departed tins life 20lh October, 1045. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord. Inserted by her loving Family. KING.— In memory of ft dear Friend, ?who passed away 20th October. 1945, Forever In our thoughts. Inserted by Porter and Timber Family, of Banjo. MACDONALD (Mable). A tender chord of memory Is sadly touched to-day, Our thoughts of you. dear Mother, Will never fade away. Inserted by nor loving Daughter and Bon-lu-law, Daphne and Jim Golden. MACDONALD, Mable.— In loving memory of our dear Sister. Mable, who passed away tills day, 20th October, 1940. Inserted by her . Sister, Brotherln MACDONALD, Mable.— In loving memory of our dear Aunt. Mable, who passed away this day. 20th October, 1040. Inserted by her lov ng Nieces, Nephew, Dulcie. Wendy. Bruno. - McBRIDE, William Edward.— In loving memory of our dear Father, Fathorln law, Grandfather, and Brother, vho pass;d away 20th October, 1045. Lovingly remembered. Inserted by his loving Family. McFADDEN.— In loving remembrance of Norrls, who passed away October 20tn. Ever remembered by Aunty Rock and Grandma. NASH, Jean.— In loving* memory of our dear Daughter and Sister. Jean, who passed away 20th October, 1942. Three little words, 'forget her not.' They don't seem much, but mean a lot. Inserted by her loving Sisters. Bro thers, and Parents. G. and A. Roeblg. O'CONNOR.— In loving memory of our dear Daughter and Sister, Clarice Vcra. who passed away on October 20th, 1930. Ever In our thoughts. Inserted by h:r lovlne Parents. Brother, and Sisters. RUSSELL ? In loving memory of a de voted Wife and Mother, Ethel Rubbell. called home 20th October, 1946. Inserted by Lcs. Laurie and Jill. SCOTT,— In loving memory of our Uear Father, Thomas Alison Scott, who passed away October 20th, 1946. God's greatest gift — Remembrance. ? Inserted by his Sons and Daughters. WHITE, Peter.— In loving memory of our dear Father, who passed -away 20th October, 1946. To-day recalls sad memories Of the one we loved so much. And to those who loved hip- best, God saw that he was suffering. And It touched His heart of love. So with gentle voice He whispered, Come, there is rest and peace above. Inserted by his loving Son and Daugh ter. Jim and Jcnn. WHITE, Peter.— In loving memory of Pop and Grandad, who -passed away 20th Oc ober. 1046. Just a token, fond and true, To show, dear Pop. we still think of you Inserted by Elsie. Eric, & Family. WINFIELD. Richard— In sad memory of Richard Winfield, Pedder Street, Albion Accidentally killed Esk. 20th October 1946, aged 21 years 10 days. Time may heal a broken heart And make the wound less sore, But none heals the longing Of the loved one gone before. Inserted by Mum and Brother Bill. Printed and published for Queenslani Newspapers Pty.. Ltd., by Albert Royci Woodgate, Batman St.. Clayfleld, Bris bane, at Office of The Courier-Mali ? 283-208 Queen Street, Brisbane.

ROLL OF HONOUR BAKER. — In loving memory of my early beloved Brother, Brothcr-ln-law, : Uncle, QX8606. Ptc. T. H. Baker Tom i. killed in action at Flnschafen, ew Guinea. October 20th, 1043. All I have is memories Of a dear face sweet -fc kind. But. oh. how dear the memories Of the Brother that was mine. Four years to-day he passed away, And still my heart is sore. For us the days go by, Tom, I miss you more and more. God has you In His keeping. I hold you close in my heart. Sadly missed by his loving Sister. Irothcr-in-lav, Nephews. & Nieces. Flo. .es. Harry. Valmal. U Sandra. BAKER. — In loving memory of my Son. QX8606, Pte. T. Baker, killed in action )ctobcr 20th, 1943. I need no special day, dear Tom. To bring you to my mind. For the days 1 do not think of you Arc very hard to find. Not Just to-day, but every day, In silence I remember. Inserted by his loving Mother. BROWN.— A proud & loving tribute to ny dear Son. F/O. R. W. Brown D.F.C.. ilso his gallant Crew, lost over Germany luring operations. 20/10/44. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten. Bobble. Inserted by his loving Mother, Brother. 3ennis. Sister Margaret. BROWN.— In memory of'QX13960, A/L./ Jgt. H. Y. 8. Brown, killed In action, remplcton's Crossing. 20th October. 1942. inserted by 2/25 Aust. Inf. Bn. BROWN. - A proud and loving memory o our dear Friend. Flying-Officer R. W. 3rown. also his brave Crew, who came lown over Stuttgart. 20th 'October. 1944. Mways in our thoughts. Bobble dear. Inserted by the Coombs Family. BUCHBACH. — In loving memory of our 3rother and Brother-ln-Iow. QX14152. He. Robert Buchbach, 2/20 Bttn.. died )f Illness Tanbaya P.O.W. Camp, Burma, 9th October, 1943. Burled Thanbyuzayat cemetery, Burma. Lovingly remembered by Eddie and Dulcie GRAHAM.— In memory of QX17512. Sgt. \. H. Graham, died of Illness. Doda lura. 20th October. 1943. Inserted by 2/25 Aust. Inf. Bn. STANLEY. — Treasured and loving mem -riea of our beloved only Son. QX8081, 3dr. Morley A. Stanley, died 19th Oclo -er.- 1943, while P.O.W. Thailand, Burma, lailway. was morning when our saviour came And walked among his flowers, He picked just one as fa passed by And that dear one was ours. Ic watcned you as you sulfcred. He knew you'd had your share, ie gently closed your weary eyes And took you in his care. Inserted by his sorrowing Mother and ?ather. STANLEY. — In proud and loving mem irlcs of my beloved only Brother. QX8981. 3dr. Morley A. Stanley, died I9th Octo ler. 1943, while P.O.W. Burma — Thailand hallway. Flcst well, beloved Brother, He went by youths grave purpose willed, The goal unknown, the cost unweighed. The promise of his blood fulfilled. ic bravest thing Ood ever made, Mways game, 'Mori,1 you proved your worth, And we're mighty proud of you. Inserted by his only Sister, Ena, and Brother-in-law, Eric. STANLEY. — In memory of my Uncle Morley, who gave his young life to help keep Australia free for little people like HI*°Bnby Niece Kristin. WILSON — In proud and loving memory of my dear Son, Pte. Walter Wilson iWallyl, died of Illness P.O.W. Camp. -iniland, 20th October, 1943. Although his voice is silent, And his smile I see no more. In my heart his memory lingers Just as fondly as before. Intoned by his loving Mother. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES   MRS. J. M. BALFOUR, SYLVIA. of Thornlands, wish to sincerely THANK Mr. Thomas, Relatives, Friends, Work mates for floral tributes, telegrams, let ters in their recent tragic bereavement of her late Husband, Jack Malcomb Bal four. As they are too numerous to   answer personally, please accept this as our personal thanks. The FAMILY of the lato Maud Evelyn Clay, of Kinka. Emu Park, wish to 'HANK all kind Relatives and Friends for their floral tributes, telegrams, and messages of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, please accept this as our personal thanks MRS. A. FLETCHER & FAMILY wish to THANK all kind Relatives fa Friends, General Manager, Qid. Railways, Albion Railway Staff iTraffic) for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and cards ot sympathy In their recent sad bereave ment, please accept this as our personal BMB. and MRS. PAT KELLY. Charles Street. Roma, wish to THANK Rev. Father Oronin, Relatives and Friends for their kindness, telegrams, letters, and cards of sympathy In their recent sad bcreave ncnt. Please accept this as our personal MRS. F. C. MAYS, MR. & MRS. H. MAYS & FAMILY wish to THANK all chid Friends and Relatives for messages of sympathy and floral tributes, also Doctors, Nurses, & Sisters of Ward ID. and the Red Cross of the Brisbane General Hospi'.al, for their kindness In our recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thank3. MR. F . P. McVEIGH & FAMILY, of Oakwal Terrace, Windsor, THANK Relatives & Friends for kindly messages of sympathy In their recent sad bcrcave mCllMR. Si MRS. M. MUGGIVAN and MR. & MRS. J. GAULT and FAMILIES sincerely APPRECIATE and THANK Rev. Fathers, Relatives, and Friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in our re cent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks.     FUNERAL NOTICES     ANDERSEN.— The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. D. J. C. Andersen & Valda of 11 park St.. Ipswich, are invited U attend the Funeral of their beloved. Hus- band -fe Father. Dudley James Charles Andersen, to leave the Funeral Parlour 52 Cleveland Rd., Stone's Corner, Thl! (Monday) Afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock or the Crematorium. Mt. Thompson. CANNON & CRIPPS LTD., Funcra: Directors. BARNES, Mrs. Myra Kathleen, Shelle: St.. Cannon Hill. — The Relatives am Prlends of Mr, B. C. Barnes. Godfrey Barbara, and Alice are respectfully In formed of the death of their belove- Wife and Mother. Her Funeral is ap pointed to leave the Parlour, 400 Wick ham Street. To-morrow (Tuesday), at 1 a.m.. for Mt. Thompson Crematorium. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS. I BEINKE.— The Relatives & Friends o the late Alfred Manus Bcinkc. of 2 Hampson St.. Kelvin Grove, arc invltci to attend his Funeral, to move fron Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrl Bight. This iMondayi Afternoon, at 1.3 o'clock, for the crematorium. Mt. Thomp ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. CLEAVE.— The Funeral of the late Mis Florence Alice Cleave, of Ormiston. will leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St., South Brisbane, To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Cleve- land Cemetery. JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Directors. COLVILLE.— The Relatives & Friends o th« late Henry Robert Colvllle, of Mclntosh St.. Auchcnflower, are Invite to attend his Funeral, to leave th Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide St., Cits This IMonday) Morning, at 10 o'cloct r the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson. ' CANNON & CRIPPS LTD., Funers COLVILLE.— Edmund MacDonnell Lodg-   ' No. 51. U.G.L.O.— Officers & Brethre of above Lodge are invited to atten . the Funeral of Bro. Henry Robert Co vllle (Brother of Bro. G. A. Colvillc ' to leave as ner family notice.

By order. W.M. COLVILLE.— RocKlea Royal Arch Chap cr, No. 107.— Officers and Companions ? tf the above Lodge are invited to at-i end . the Funeral of their late Bro.,; lenry Robert Colville, Brother of Com lanion George Colvllle, to leave as per Family Notice. By Order, First Z. CULLEN, Michael Edward.— The Rela tives and Frlends of Mrs. Mary Cullen, 119 Herries Street, Toowoomba, Mr. & Mrs. R. Cochran (Bengal, via Long reach), Messrs. Maurice and Mervyn Cullen, and Miss Gloria Cullen, of 119 Herries Strest, Toowoomba, are invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved husband, their Father, and Father-in- law, Michael Edward Cullen, which is appointed to leave from St. Patrick's Cathedral, Toowoomba, This (Monday)   forenoon, at 11 o'clock, to the Too woomba Cemetery. Mass at 6.30 p.m HICKEY & HICKEY, Toowoomba, and McKENNA & TUCKER, Gympie, Funeral Directors in Conjunction. DUNLOP.— Relatives & Friends of Mrs. sabel Dunlop, of Munro St.. Auchcn lower. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ladds, Mr. Is Mrs. John Allingham, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Dunlop. & Miss Nancy Dunlop. nre invited to attend the Funeral of ler beloved Husband, their Father. & rathcr-in-law. Herbert William Dunlop. o leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St.. South Brisbane. This (Monday Afternoon I. at 2 o'clock, for the too wong Cemetery. Service at 1.45. JOHN HISLOP &, SONS. Funeral Directors. EDWARDS, Clifford C— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. C. C. Edwards and Alvcne (No. 5 Aylesford St., Annerley), ilrs. C. Edwards, sen., Mrs. B. McGris cin. and Family, are invited to attend ie Funeral of her beloved Husband, their Father, Son, Son-in-law, and Bro ther-in-law. Driver Clifford Charles Ed wards (of Railway Dept.). to leave the Funeral Chapel, Wlckham Street, Val ley. This /Monday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for Bullmba Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. L2031. FLATREY, Patrick J.— The Funeral of Patrick Joseph Flatrey (of Samford Rood, Alderlcyi. beloved Father of Flor ence. Edwin. Lillian, and Theresa, will cave the Funeral Chapel. Wlckham St.. Valley. This (Mondayi Afternoon, at 3.45 o'clock, for Lutwyche Cemetery. Pri vate Interment. By request no flowers. K. M. SMITH. L2031. FLETCHER, Mrs. Ellen.— The Funeral ot Mrs. Ellen Fletcher (late of Sydney), be loved Mother and Mother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. F. Fletcher (Grange), Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fletcher, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fletcher, and Sister of Mrs. F. Laird and Mr. T. Austin. Is appointed to leave the Parlour, 537 Stanley street, at 11 a.m. To-day (Monday) for Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Private Ser vice. BRISBANE UNDERTAKERS, PTY., LTD. J1037, J2982. HACK. Miss Ivy F.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. E. Hack (of Bur lelch Heads), and Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Hack, and Veronica iMurwillumboh), are Invited to attend the Funeral of her be loved DnUEhter and their Sister, Sister in-law. & Aunt. Miss Ivy Florence Hack, to Icrvc the Funeral Chnpel Wlckham St.. Valley To-morrow (Tuesday! Fore noon, at 10 o'clock, for Lutwyche Cemetery. r K. M. SMITH, L2031. HAWKEN.—The Relatives and Friends     of Mrs. A. Hawken and Family, of Kidstone Street, Albion Heights, are in vited to attend the Funeral of her be- loved Husband and their Father, Pro- fessor Roger W. H. Hawken, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane, This (Monday) Morning, at 11.30 o'clock, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. No flowers by request. JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Directors.

FUNERAL NOTICES   HAWKEN.— University of Queensland.— Members of the Senate and Teaching Staff of the University of Queensland are invited to attend the Funeral of the late Professor R. W. H. Hawken. to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane, This (Monday Morning, at 11.30 o'clock, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Cars will leave the University at 11.15. Academic Dress, Black Gown. and Trenchers. C. PAGE-HANIFY. Registrar. HAWKEN.— Hamilton Bowling Club.— Members of the above Club arc In vited to attend the Funeral of their late Member. Professor R. W. H. Hawken. to leave the Funeral chapel. 17 Peel Street. South Brisbane, as above Notice. By Order, the President. HOLDEN. — Relatives c Frlonds of Mrs. 3. Holden & Family, of Brighton Road. West End. are Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband A; their father. James Edward Holden. to leave tho Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St.. South Brisbane. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Directors. KEMP. — The Private Cremation Service of the late Mrs. Mary Duncan Kemp. of Coronation Drive, St. Lucia (beloved Mother of Mrs. C. A. Nichol (St. Luclal, Mrs. G. Bennett (Marian i. Mackay. will be held in the Chapel of the Crema torium. Mt. Thompson. This (Mondayi Afternoon. CANNON & CRIPPS LTD., Funeral Directors. MACKAY. -The Relatives & Friends ol   Mr. Charles Mackay. Mr. & Mrs. R. Mackay. Mr. & Mrs. J. Mackay. Misses Dorothy & Alexandra Mackay. & Mrs. M. Butler, are Invited to attsnd the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother. Mother-in-law. & Daughter. Annie Dorothy Mackay. of Essex Street. Virginia, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral chapel, Pctrle Bight. This (Mon day) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. MACKAY.— Pride of Nundah Lodge. No. 34, P.A.F.8.O.A.— The Officers and Mem Lcrfi of th 3 above Lodge aro invited to attend the Funeral of Mrs. Annli* Dorothy Mackay, Wife of Bro. Charles Mackay, Past Master, to move from Alex. ? Gow's Funeral Chapel, as per family notice. J. L. HARPER. Secretary. McGILL, Mrs James Charles 53 Lisson Grove, Wooloowin. The Relatives and   Friends of Ellen Margaret McGill, Mr. James G. McGill, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. McCaffery and Family, Gympie, Lieut. and Mrs. C. E. De Night and Family, U.S.A., are respectfully advised of the death of their beloved Husband, Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather. The Funeral is appointed to leave St. Marks Church of England, This Day (Monday), at 10 a.m.. for Lutwyche Cemetery. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS. ORAM.— The Relatives & Friends of Miss Martha Oram are Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Brother, Charles Joseph Oram. of 40 Campbzll St.. Bowen Hills, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrle Bight. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 4.30 o'clock, for the Too wong Cemetery. Service, 4.15. No flowers, by request. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. ORAM. — Australian Natives' Association. Valley Branch, No. 5. — The Officers and Members of the above Branch arc in vited to attend the Funeral of their lat? Member, Charles Joseph Oram, to leave as per above notice. J. W. JACKSON, Secr=tary.

PASCOE.— The Relatives and Friends of ? Mr. P. Fascoe, of 543 Logan Road. Green slopes, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pascoc and Family, Miss Ruth Pascoe, are invited to attend the Funeral of his , beloved Wife, their Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, Mrs. Edith May Pascoe. to leave Greensiopes Baptist Church, cor ner Dunnellan and Henry Streets, after service, commencing This (Mondayi Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD.. Funeral Directors. PASCOE ? The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Summers and Family are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Sister, sistcr-ln-law, and Aunt. Mrs. Edith May Pascoe, to leave as per previous notice. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. RICHARDSON ? The Relatives & Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. Richardson and Family (Cairns), late of Kelvin Grpve, Mr. and Mrs. B. Asplin and Family (Gor donvalel, Mr. and Mrs. T. Richardson, Junr. (Silkwood East), Mr. and Mrs. A. Coulson and Family (Cairns), Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Troughton (Mareeba), Frank Robe't. and Lorna, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Son, Brother, nrother-ln-law, and Uncle. Reginald Richardson, to leave the Funeral Par lour, 45 Adelaide Street, City. Tomor row (Tuesday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD.. Funeral Directors. ROESE.— The Funeral of the .late Wil liam Roese. of Eventide, Sandgate, will leave the Funeral parlour, 45 Adelaide Street. City, This (Monday) Morning, at 9.30 o'clock. for the Lutwyche Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. SHEPPARBOTTOM. Richard J. The Relatives and Friends of Richard John Shepparbottom. of No. 73 Menzies Street, Petrie Terrace, are invited, to attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Chapel, Wickham Street, Valley. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for Toowong Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. L2031. SONTAG, Gus.— The Relatives and   Friends of Mrs. Lorna Sontag and Fam ily (West BurlelRhl, Mrs. E. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. G. Bridges. Mr., and Mrs. H. McGrath. and Mr. and Mrs, W. Sontag and Families are Invited ,to attend the Funeral of. her beloved Husband and their. Father, Brother, Brother-in-law, and Uncle, Gus Sontag, to leave the Funeral Chapel, Wickham Street. Val ley, To-morrow (Tuesday I Forenoon, at 10.30 o'clock, for Toowong Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. L2031. STARKEY.— The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. Catherine Starkey. ol 40 Cullen Street, Windsor. Widow of Wil liam Henry Starkey, are invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the Hply Rosary Catholic Church, Windsor. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. * ALEX: GOW, Funeral Director. STARKEY ? The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bowlcy, cullen Street, Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fclby, Messrs. C. and P. Felby. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ban non, Mr. and Mrs. T. Hynes. Mr. ami Mrs. H. McNamara, Mr. and Mrs. H. Honan. nnd Families, are invited to at tend the Funeral of their beloved Mother, Mother-in-law. Grandmother, Sister, Sister-in-law, and Aunt. Catherine Star key, of 40 Cullen Street. Windsor, to move from the Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Windsor, as per iibove notice. at.ttv nnw. Funeral Director.

ST. JOHN WOOD. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Burnett (Colbram, Victoria), and Mr. and Mrs. A. St. John Wood, nnd Families, arc In vited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother, Brothcr-ln-law. ai.d Uncle, Henry Charles (Jacki St. John Wood, of 'Riviera,' 325 North Quay. Brisbane, to move from Alex. Gpw s Funeral Chapel, Pctrle Bight, This (Mon day I Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Toowong cemetery. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. STEWART. Mr. James Nell, 44 Oxford St.. Bullmba.— The Relatives & Fr1;'115 of Mrs. Margaret Stewart, Mr. & Mrs. F. M. Roff, Mr. & Mrs. G. A. Stewart. S: Families, are respectfully advised of the death of their beloved Husband, Father. Father-tn-law, & Grandfather. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Parlour, 400 Wickham St.. To-day (Mon dayi. at 4 p.m.. for Toowong Cemetery. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS.

STOKES - The Relatives and Friends of the late David Stokes, of Allen Street, New Town, South Brisbane, late of Castlemaine Perkins. Ltd., Milton, are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City, This (Monday Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. SWEENEY, Mr. Denis, Beverley Street, Morningside.— The Funeral of Denis Sweeney, beloved Brother of Mrs. K. Kelly, of East Bundaberg, is appointed to leave the Parlour, 537 Stanley Street, To-morrow (Tuesday) at 2.30 p.m. for Toowong Cemetery, arriving 2.55. BRISBANE UNDERTAKERS, PTY., LTD. J1037, J2982. YOULES, Mrs. Louisa, 25 Taylor Street. Buranda. — The Relatives; and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Youles, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vcrnon, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. King snd Families. Mr. D. Eastaway. arc respectfully Informed of the death of Lheir beloved Mother. Mother-in-law, and Grandmother. The Funeral is appointed to leave the Parlour, 400 Wickham Street, To-day IMondayi, at 1 p.m., for Mt. Thompson Crematorium. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS. ?

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