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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. BATE: Minimum 2 lines, J2 words, 1/0. then Ud. for each succeeding line of jlx words. NOT1CE8 OF ENGAGEMENTS. MAR RIAGES. BIRTHS. DEATHS. BE REAVEMENT NOTICES, IN MEM ORIAM. ROLL OP HONOUR, AND RETURN THANKS. MINIMUM. 5/ v'r notice. Up to a lines, then 7d. per line, ENGAGEMENT AND MARRIAUL NOTICES must be signed by both contracting parties and witnessed by a Clergyman. Regltrar. J.P.. or other responsible person. BIRTH NOTICES mus'. be signed by - Parent. Matron, or J.P., and all other notices must be properly authenticated by some responsible person before they can be inserted. ? BIRTHS ? CHENEY.— Women's Intermediate, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cheney. 24th March— a Daughter (Margaret Ann). Both well. FITZGERALD.— At Women's Intermedi ate, on March 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Fitzgerald, Highland Street, Albion Heights — a Son (Desmond Roy). HAYLOCK.— At Ashgrove Private Hos pital, on 20/3/40, to Hazel (nee Car Michael Wife ? of A. W. Haylock— a Daughter ( Celia Frances). HOARE,— At Dalkeith Private Hospital, on Saturday, 16th March, 1946, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Hoare, of Walker Avenue, Teneriffe— a Daughter (Rosalind. KNOBLAUCH.— Arrived safely at Women's Intermediate Hospital, 25th March, baby Son, Edward John, for Peggy and Sam. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Knoblauch, 'Lucinda Park,' Mount Gravatt. MATTHEWS.— On the 23rd March, to Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Matthews, Manly Road, Manly— a Daughter. MORTON.— At Women's Intermediate, on 34th March, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Morton (Vice Edna Chatfield )— a Son (John Edward ) ROBINSON. — At Women's Intermediate, on the 18th March, to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robinson (nee Doreen Kirk )— a Daughter (Beverley Catherine). STEAD.— At Fermoy Private Hospital, on nth March, to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stead, Crowther Street, Hill End— a Son I Malcolm McLeod )     THAMS — At Sandown Private Hospital, Southport, on 26th March, to Ann (nee Hollindalel ) Wife of A. L. Thams— a Daughter (Bernice Ann).   ? ENGAGEMENTS ? APPS ? BURNETT.— The engagement is announced of Maureen Hope, second Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bur nett; ol Maroochydore, to Hilton Roy. Younger Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. apps, Yandlna. , BAILEY— EGAN.— The engagement is an nounced ol Eileen Elizabeth, second Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Egan, ol Childers, to George Dunstan, eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bailey, of Lodge PARKY-OKeSeN - CRANAGE. - Joan Elizabeth, eldest Daughter of Mr. & Mrs,. H. D. Parry-Okeden, Burwood, Vie..- to Lieut. Kleran G. Cranage, R.A.N.V.R., only Son of Mrs. Cranage, St. Kllda, Vic., and of the late Mr. James Cranage. Hamilton, Vic. ? PRE-MARRIAGE ? WARD— DIEFENBACH. — On Saturday, 30th March, at Methodist Church, Maleny. at 12 noon, by Mr. R4a?pJ1,1' Audrey Jean (ex-A.A.M.W.S.. A.I.F.I. eldest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Diefenbach, Witta Rd.. Maleny. to Albert James K. (ex-A.I.F.). youngest Son of Mrs. I. Ward and the late Mr. B. B. Ward, Buranda. ? MARRIAGES     DALTON— STANFIELD.— On the 2nd March 1946, at The Guardian Angels Church, Southport, by the Rev. Fr. Martin, Victor Augustine, Son of Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Dalton, of Toowoomba. to Beryl Evelyn, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. H. Stanfield, of Southport.

KEENE .F31dHTsDpi.fai.25G?eef,oCplVs.1p0f suit of accident. Inserted by his Pals KIRK^At4lWoombIyeJ.- on 14th March. {S4.6i.&re^S|C.lt» £'» MSresC.°n5d ^°fi.8l MURPHEY -?YMfchCf S^JS at her Lawrence Murphey, aged 78. ROWSE.— The Friends of Mr. & Mrs. p. E. O'Donnell. Wahrponea JRoad, Ash grove. are respectfully, advised that the remains of her late Mother. Mrs. Annie Maria Rowse, were peacefully laid to rest at Mackay Cemetery on Satur day. March 23. 1946. .. SULLIVAN.— At Rockhampton, on 6th March, 1946, Kevin Vincent, beloved Husband of Lil. Brother of Jim. EuBcne, Fena (Mrs. Hart), and Lucy (Sister M. Gertrude). ? , ? ? IN MEMORIAM ? FLETCHER.— In loving memory of our dear Father, who passed away March 'inserted by his loving Daughters, GREENf-inMlSvinB memory of our dear Aunt? Elian Jane Green, who passed away 27th March, 1945. Inserted by Qulnn and Pearson ISfe l?.VlS?ee'ne^..;U0oUrpa^dr away on ft- 27.h, March. ^945 Inserted by lovinu Friends. Jack & Mln. HOLZAPFEL.— In loving memory of our dear Mother, who passed away on 27th March 1942. We have only your memory, dear Mother, As we journey our whole life through. But the sweetness will last forever As we treasure the memory of you. Inserted by her loving Son and Daugh- ter-in-law, Herman and Dolly. HOLZAPFEL, Emma Elizabeth. —In lov- ing memory of dear Mother, who passed away 27/3/42. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. Inserted by her Daughter & Son-in-law, Lil & Stan. HOLZAPFEL, Emma Elizabeth.-In lov- ing memory of our dear Parents, who passed away. Mother, 27/3/42; and Father, 5/12/43. Always remembered.   Inserted by their loving Family.    

HYNES.-In loving memory of my dear Husband and our Father, the late Hon- ourable Maurice Patrick Hynes, who   departed this life 27th March. 1939 Inserted by his loving Wife and Family. MARLES.— In fond memory of my dear * Son, Norman. & our Brother, who died j MInsert2e7dAbniSs ^Mother. Sisters, I & Brothers. MARLES, Norman.— In loving memory . of our dear Father, who passed away , on 27th March. 1944. . „ j Three little words. 'Forget me not, ' , They don't seem much, but they mean Just* a 'memory fond and true. ] To show you. Dad, we still think of you. Inserted by his loving Daughters, MARLES -s.'ilnUroevinB memory of our dear ; Brother-in-law, Norman Arthur Marles, who passed away 27th March, 1944. We miss you because we loved you, Fond memories we recall, And parting with you, dear Norm Was the saddest day of all. Inserted by Gladys and Bernie. SAILER.— In loving memory of our little twin sons, Clifford Gordon, who died March 21st, 1912. aged 8 months; and Stanley Joseph, died May 12th, 1913. aged E2 months. _,-_ Inserted by their' iovlng Parents. DiKvT^io\°eI1I}§airde.mwrhyo0dfiedUrM^ lhteh-su1f9f4e5redaEpeadtie4Atl-y:;YnSd lonf. ? Her hope was bright, her faith was The^eTce' of Jesus filled her breast. And In His arms she sank to r.rat. Dear Daughter, rest, thy work is per. Thy loving hands shall toll no more. No more thy gentle eyes shall weep Rest, dear loyal Daughter, gently sleep, inserted by her sorrowing Parents !^mB-vT0!et!OVw1S§^Sn0irayd0lo°^std-!oanr March 27th. r 1945. remembered Inserted by her loving Cousins, Ernie SAILER^— In loving memory of my dear Sister. Sister-in-law, and Aunt, who passed away March 27th. 1945. Resting where no shadows fall. Patiently she awaits us all. . God will link the broken chain &ranioTel^U«enfaln- gfiglWb'J'&riSSfn. Sister, Brother In-iaw. Niece, Patricia, and Nephews. Mervyn and Desmond. d'e\LrENHTu1sIn^,1'EdUv,VS1dB K'VpUS 27th T'^od husband and Father. Inserted by Wife & Son Warren. VALENTINE, Ernest.— In loving memory of our dear loving Father, who passed away March 27th, 1945. Always to be remembered with lovinu Insert^ by his loving Daughter arid VALENTINE.— In memory of Ernest, who passed away 27th March. 1945. Ever remembered. Grandma. Les, and Phyl. VALENTINE.— In loving memory ol Em, passed away 27th March, 1945. Always remembered. ? Inserted by Edna. ? ROLL OF HONOUR CHAMBERS, C. OX166.— In sincere and loving memory of our dear Friend, Private C. (Sydl Chambers, killed In action at Dauua 'Drome (Wewakl, on 27th March, 1945, 2/2 Inf. Btn.. 6th Division. No more his welcome footsteps Will tread our dwelling floor. No more we'll watch his coming As we did in days of yore. Gone from us that smiling face, Those pleasant, cheerful ways. The smile that won so many friends in happy, bygone days. Ever remembered by the Kopp Family, CHAMBERS, C, QX166.—ln proud and loving memory of my detir Friend, Pri vate C. (Sydl Chambers, killed In action at Dagua Drome (Wewak) on 27th March, 1945. 2/2 inf. Btn., 6th Division. When last I saw your smiling face You looked so bright and well. Little did I think that day Would be our last farewell Remembered by QX41135 Spr. McKen HAMMOND.— In sacred remembrance ol our very dear Son and Brother. Sgt. Pilot Joseph Hammond, killed in air craft accident near Archerfield 27tr March, 1943. Till we meet. Inserted by his Mother. Father, s Brother. ' , HAMMOND. — In loving memory of Sgt' Pilot Joseph Hammond, R.A.A.F.. killet Archerfield, 27/3/1943. Death is but the gateway to eternal life Bob & Lucy. HAMMOND.— In loving memory of ou: dear Friend. Sgt. Pilot Joseph Hammond Keats Street, Cannon Hill, who lost hi life while serving with the R.A.A.F., ol 27th March, 1943. Always remembered. Inserted by Mr. & Mrs. A. Anderson Bundaberg. 1IEHD, 425439 F./Sgt. Mervyn James. In loving memory of our beloved Brother who was killed over Essen, Germany 27th March. 1944. Inserted by his loving Brother i Sister-in-law, Len and Doris. ,1

? ROLL OF HONOUR HI.RI). — In sad but loving memory ol ciur gallant Brother and Brother-in-law. -Varrant-Officer Mervyn James Herd, who made the supreme sacrifice on the 2Cth March. 1044. Not just to-day, but every day, In silence we remember. Inserted by Ron & Viv. Monln. OLIVER.— In loving memory of our dear Brother-in-law & Uncle. Gunner A. G. Oliver. 2/10th Field Regiment, accident ally killed at Bangkok, whilst p.o.w.. 27/3/45. Not just to-day, but every day. In silence we remember. Inserted by Mr. & Mrs. Roy Browne, Valerie, & Shirley. SMITH, Lieut, irwln Leo.— In loving memory of our *lear Brother, killed in aircraft accident; March 27, 1942. Elllcn and Jim. STRENZEL. — In loving memory of our only Son, QX12801, Corporal Harley A. J. Strenzel, 2/26, died of illness in Kranji P.O.W. camp, Singapore, March 27th, 1945, age 27 years. Now he is comforted. Inserted by his loving Mother and Father.   BEREAVEMENT NOTICES The RELATIVES of the late JAMES CALAM wish to express their apprecia tion to all Friends for their many beau tiful floral tributes, letters, and cards, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Also Mrs. M. Robinson for her very kind assistance. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MR. J. F. GALt & FAMILY, of Woodford, wish to convey their sincere THANKS to Nursing Staffs, Kllcoy and Brisbane General Hospitals, for their kind attention, also Relatives & Friends for messages of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave mCnMRS. H. G. JONES & FAMILY, Mountioy Terrace, Wynnum Central, wish to express their sincere THANKS to the Doctor. Doctors it Nursins Staff of Ward IE. General Hospital, for their kind attention, the Rev. W. A. McKay, Relatives. Friends, and Neighbours for floral tributes, letters, cards, and mes sages of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thank& samuel KLINGNER wish to express their sin cere THANKS to Relatives & Friends for kind expressions of sympathy In their The FAMILY of the late CHARLES LEWIS, Garrick Street. Coolangatta. THANK all kind Friends for their kindly messages of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. MRS. M. WATT ic SONS sincerely THANK Relatives, Friends. Neighbours. & Workmates of Public Works Depart ment for telegrams, cards, and letters of sympathy, in the loss of their much beloved Husband and Father. ? FUNERAL NOTICES

IJAVIU&UIX, ivirs. rrani;u5 jvi. — a'« n,citj ilves & Friends of Major J. J. G. David son, Mrs. J. Gannon, Mr. and Mrs. J. 3annon, Mr. and Mrs. K. Gannon, Mr. and Mrs. C. Gannon, Mr. and Mrs. J. hooper. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Gannon, tfr. and Mrs. A. Gannon, and Families sre invited to attend the Funeral o£ his seloved Wife, their Daughter, Sister, 3lster-ln-law, and Aunt, Mrs. Frances Vlary Davidson, of 36 Confederate Street, Red Hill, to leave St. Brlgld's Church, Red Hill, This (Wednesday) Afternoon, it 2.30 o'clock, for Toowong Cemetery Mass at 6.30 a.m. K. M. SMITH, DAVIDSON, Mrs. Frances M.— The Rsla tlves and Friends of Mr. & Mrs. W. Davidson & Family (Byron Bay), Mr. fi Mrs. D. O'Callaghan -fc Family, and Mis- M. Davidson, Brown Street, New Farm. are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Sister-in-law and Aunt, Mrs. Frances Mary Davidson, to leave as per above notice. K. M. SMITH. B2695. DaVIDSON. Mrs. Frances M.— The Rela tives and Friends of Mrs. Irwin, Mr. & Mrs. Walters, Miss Florence Rlckertt, Mr. & Mrs. Murray McKay. Mr. & Mrs. Barns, Mr. & Mrs. George R ckertt iSenr.), Mr. & Mrs. George Rlckertt (Junr.), and Mr. J. Obst are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Cousin and Niece, Mrs. Frances Mary Davidson, to leave as per above notice. K. M. SMITH, B2695. riANLEY.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. C. Hanley and Family, of Rath aonnell Street, Auchenflower, are in vited to attend the Funeral of her be loved Son and their Brother, Ronald Hanley. late A.C.C.S., 2nd A.I.F.. to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrle Bight, This (Wednesday) After noon, at 2 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. HANLEY, Ronald Michael.— Members of 2/2 Aust., C.C.S., P.O.W., Java and Slam, are jnvited to attend the Funeral of their former Comrade, Ronald Michael Hanley. See family notice above. JENSEN.— The cremation Service pf the late Hilda Charlotte Jensen, of Lillian Avenue, Salisbury, will be held at the Chapel of the Crematorium, Mt. Thomp son, This (Wednesday) Morning, at 10.30 o'clock. No f:owers by request. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. . IIMMIESON, Mrs. Helena A.— The Rela tives and Friends of Mrs. Helena Agatha Jimmieson, of Turner St., . Windsor, Relict of the late Sergt. Albert Roy Jimmieson are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave The Holy Rosary Church, Windsor, on Friday Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for Toowong Cemetery. Mass at 6.30 a.m., Friday. K. M. SMITH. MILLER, Mrs. Mary A.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. T. Miller (of Nud gee Rond, Nudgee), Sister Mary Pius (Ballarati, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller and Family. Kllcoy, and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Jeffrey and Family, Corinda, are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, Mrs. Mary Agnes Miller, to leave the Funeral chapel, Wlckham Street, Valley, To-morrow (Thursday) Forenoon, at 10 o'clock, for Nudgee Cemcinry. K. M. PMITH. B2690. MOORE ? The Funeral of Mrs. Agnes Moore, Widow of the late Frederick John Moore, of Dobson St., Ascot, Mother ol Mr. Eric Moore & Mrs. Char.es Wood head, and Grandmother of Miss Erica Francis, will leave the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodhead, St. .Lucia Road, St. Lucia, on conclusion of Ser vice, commencing at 10 o clock. This (Wednesday) Morning, for the Toowong Cemetery. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors. ainniiE. Benjamin.— The Relatives and

?Tienas OI Mrs. E. ^. Moore mm ™«i Columbia Hotel, Gymple, Mr. and Mrs, i. J. Moore, Mr. P. Moore, Mr. and iirs. C. Moore (Battle, England I ? Mr. ind Mrs. T. Grlco, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Gnce, Mr. and Mrs. H. ijnce, Mi. ind Mrs. W. B. urice, Mr. and Mrs. L. Zuutrui, and Families, are invited to ittend the Funeral of her beloved Hus -and, their Father, Brother, Brothertn aw, and Uncle, Benjamin Moore (late )f Queensland Police *orcei, to leave he Fuiu-ral Chapel, Wlckhum Street, Valley, This (Wednesday) Afternoon, at 1 o'clock, for Toowong Cemetery. K. M. SMITH, Brisbane, and McKENNA and TUCKER, -Gympie, Funeral Directors, in conjunction. MURPHEY.— The Relatives & Friends of Mr. Walter Lawrence Murphey, No. 1, Eyles Av., Hartlgan's Hill, Murwiilumbah, ind late Burrlngbah, are respectfully m Hted to attend the Funeral of his late Wife, Bridget, to move from the Church 3f the Sacred Heart, Murwiilumbah, To 3ay (Wednesday), at 11.30 a.m., for the Catholic Cemetery. Ukl Road. LEN. HOLSTON, Undertaker. O'LOUGIILIN, Mr. Thomas James, 181 Wellington Rd.. East Brisbane (formerly of Ipswich). — The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. C. O'LouBhlin are advised that the Funeral of her beloved Husband. Thomas J. O'Louehlin, is appointed to leave the residence, 181 Wellington Rd., at 10.30, To-day (Wednesday!, for Ips wich Cemetery, arriving 11.45. METRO POLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. WISSEMANN. — The Relatives & Friends of the late Mrs. Bertha Wlssemann, of Chestnut Street, Wynnum, Relict of the late George Wissemann, late of Hoya, are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave the Presbyterian Church, Wynnum, after Service, commencing 2.30 p.m., This Wednesday, for the Bulimba Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS LTD., Funeral Directors.   FUNERALS, CREMATIONS METROPOLITAN Funeral Services, 400 Wickham St.™ Valley. B3990, B4773. Special all night services available. TTfRISBANE UNDERTAKERS, PTY JtS LTD., Tom Foley, Manager, 527 Stanley St., South Brisbane. Cremations arranged. J1037 (day and night). TOHN Hislop & Sons, Cremation and d Funeral Directors, 544 Petrie Bight, City. Peel St., S. Brisbane. B8705, J3780. mo ENSURE THAT YOUR WISHES i are fulfilled, write to Brisbane cre matorium, Ltd.. Room 4, Fourth Floor. Commonwealth Bank Chambers, Queen St., Brisbane. B5844. for form entitled 'Directions for Cremation at Death.' also handbook with full information re Cremation & Prepaid Cremation Deeds.' FLORISTS, MONUMENTAL ?\7ALENTINE Florists, Teachers' Bldg., V 83 Elizabeth Street, specialising ir distinctive floral art, permanent ordeu caterJd for. Phone B8177, after hours JL8215. DONOVANS, Petrle Bight, next Gows. wreaths, artificial wreaths. B5597. STH. Brisbane Art Florists. H. over son, 789 Stanley St. Wreaths, bou ouets. J3649, after hours JY8122. CLEMENTS ART FLORISTS (originally est. 1893). artistic floral designs, 131 Stanley St., nr. Victoria Bridge. J2498. E. W. Rose & Co., 'Excelsior' An Florists, 350 George St., 314 Wick ham St. B8674, after hours Twg. 280. PETERSEN Bros. & Craig, Twg. 337 George Street, specialists, floral tri butes, cut flowers. B7358, after hrs. B0391 mHOS. PERROTT & SONS, for dlstlnc JL tive floral work. 272 Queen St.. opp G.P.O., and 38 Bowen Bridge Rd. B0391 BERMUDA Art Florists, OPP. St. Mar tin's Hospital, Ann St. B4262. ANDREW L. PETRIE, Monumenta Sculptor, Cemetery Gates, Tpowonc

? OPTOMETR 1 STS ? AW. CARLTON-SMITH, B9267 Highest English Diplomas by exam. 127 Queen -St., opp. Hunter's Shoe Store Dj WATT. Optometrist. Phone B5524. Bank N.S.W Chs., Valley Cnr. H. W Kilgour's, Optometrist. 3rd Fir., Com Bunk chbs.. 233 Albert St.. be tween Queen and Adelaide Sts. B9646 IG. WORFOLD. 275 Brunswick St.. j Valley Cnr., opp McWhlrters. B9270. SEE BURTON — SEE BETTER Optometrist. 238 George St.. Brls. THOS. GAMIN. Optometrist, returned to the Ird Floor, A.M. P. Bldg. B5645. Mr. J. S Cr.'hrane In attendance. W. J. DOBBYN. personal service. No avoidable aelay Bowman House. 172 Adelaide St.. above Edward St. B8685. ~ ? FUEL Or STOVES ? ABSOLUTELY dry wood', split small, also dry blocks, prompt delivery Robfrt Usher & Rons. Phone MY6554. A LL Dry Firewood delivered anywhere, A i0/ ton. £2 split. J4034, business BAKERS' wood wanted, pay 30/ cord. In paddock. Phone JY2236. DRY firewood oiocks, aeuvered, any where, 30/ ton, three tons £4/5/ Phone B3882. TTHREWOOD. blocks. 32/6 a ton, quick IP ri -(vB ,. Phon-- M3333. MILLWOOD, dry hardwood stove lengths, 1 to 4 tons, delivered. Phone M3211. ? 2-GALLON reconditioned Heavy gauge 1 copper boilers and steel stands at Fosters Foundry. 190 Abbotsford Rd., Mayna. Phone L1677.

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