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BIRTHS BERG.—At Sherwood Private Hospital, on 4th October, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Berg (nee Mercy Gallop), of Oxley, Yandina, a Son (John Ernest). Both well. BOAG.— At Berilda Private Hospital, on October 1st, to Cpl. and Mrs. Ken Boag (nee Betty Rye), a Son, Kenneth Alfred. HARVEY.— On October 6th. at Ellendene Private Hospital, to Mr. & Mrs. K. S. Harvey. Brinawa St., Camp Hill, a Son. LITTMAN.—At Women's Intermediate Hospital, on Sept. 30th, to Cpl. nnd Mrs. Uttman (nee Hazel Dennis) — a Daughter (Janls). A Sister for Dennis and Ray VALLETT.— At Nambour Hospital, on Jflth September, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vallett — a Daughter (Leone Rac). A Sis tor for Arthur. WALKER. — On October 3rd, at Lady Chelmsford Hospital, Bundaberg, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walker, a Daughter, Rosslyn May. ? _____ BIRTHDAY GREETINGS OLSEN, QX58078. Pic. Georcc, Bougain ville—Greetings for your 20th birthday, safe return. Love, Mum, Dad, Alice, Roy, Marie. ? ENGAGEMENTS AULD — MATHISON.— The engagement is announced of Vallere Dawn, eldest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mathi son, to John James, second eldest Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Auld, Milton. BOLDERY — MARSDEN.— The engagement in announced of Madge, younger daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marsden (Auchenflower), to Signaller Roy Bold- ery, eldest Son of Mrs. W. H. Bayley (Chinchilla). IIEBDEN— GRATTAN.— The engascment is announced of Ethel Patricia, youngest Daughter or Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Grattan, of Orecnslopes, to Keith Norman, only Son of Mrs. L. Hcbden & the late Mr. L. Hebden. of Grecnslopes. I,ANE — ZIPK.— The engagement Is an nounced of Muriel, youngest Daughter of Mrs. Zlpf and the late Mr. C. F. Zlpf, of Woongoolba, Old., to Cpl. Law rence (1th Dlv.), fourth Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lane, Dalby. Old. RICHARDSON— FULCIIKR. — The engage ment is announced of Joan Mary, only Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pulchcr. of 134 James Street. Toowoomba, to , L./S. GcorKc W. Richardson, L.T.O.. of K.M.A.S. 'Hobart,' only S'm of Mr and Mrs. J. J. Richardson, of 13 Partridge fitroct, ToowoombR.. SMITH— CUNNINGHAM.— The engage ment Is announced of Doris Eileen, second Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cunningham, of 'LUdorlei,' Braesidc Terrace, Aldcrley, to James Gorarel, second Ron of Mrs. E. Smith and the late Mr. H. Smith, of Bendlgo, Victoria. ' WEHL— USMER.— Tho engagement is an nounced of Gladys, second Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Usher, of Dcakiu Avenue, Mlldura, to F./Lt. R. C. Wehl, younger Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wehl. 'Auteull.' Barcaldlne, Queensland.
MARRIAGES YATES— HTJCKWEI.L.—On 1st Septem ber, at Saint Paul's, Port Plrlc, South Australia, the marriage of Evelyn Dulcle, youngest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Huckwell, Port Plrie, to Cpl. Edward Yatcs. A.I.F.. youngest Son of Mr. and the late Mrs. George Yates. Brisbane. DEATHS McKEIXAR.— On Sept. 22nd, at Sher wood, Nan. Wife of Charles and Mother of Peggy, Betty, Nancy, & John. Scottish papers, please copy. ? IN MEMORIAM ItEARWIORE.— In loving memory of our dear Son & Brother, Mervyn Reginald, who passed away on October 8th, 1940. A cheerful smile, a heart of gold, The dearest son the world could hold. Deep In our hearts his memory is kept. Too cherished in life to ever forget. Inserted by his loving Mother. Father. & Sister, Melva. , , ItOTWRIGHT. Mrs. L. J.— In loving memory of my dear Wife and our Mother, who passed away 8th October. Sadly missed. .... Inserted by her sorrowing Husband and Family. BROUGHTON.— In loving memory of my dear Husband, our Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, George William Broughton, who passed away 8th October, 1943 Not Just to-day, but every day. In silence we remember. Inserted by his loving Wife, Sons, Daughters, and Grandchildren. BROUGHTON. — In loving memory of our dear Father and Father-in-law, George William, who passed away on 8th October 1943. The flowers that are placed upon your grave, May wither and decay. But the love we have for you, dear dad. Will never fade away. Inserted by his loving Son & Daughter in-law, George & Rene. BROUGHTON. — In fond memory of our dear Grandfather & Great-grandfather, George William who passed away on the 8th October, 1943. God saw the road was getting rough, The hill too steep to climb, He gently closed his tired eyes And whispered 'Peace be thine.' Inserted by his loving Grandchildren & Great-grandchildren, Tom, Netta, Lynette, & Desley. BROUGHTON.— In loving memory of our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grand father, George William, who passed away 8th October, 1943. Inserted by Frank, Mattie, and Family. BROUGHTON.— In loving memory of our dear Grandfather & Great Grandfather, George William, who passed away on 8th October, 1943. We could not even say sood-bye, A fact which we regret; But the hearts of those who love him Are the ones who never forget. Inserted by his loving Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, Jim, Edna, Valda, Graeme, and Judith. BROUGHTON. — In loving memory of our dear Grandfather and Great Grand father, George William, who passed away on 8th October, 1943. Deep In our hearts A memory is kept Of one we loved
,And will never forget. Inserted by his loving Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, George, Joyce, Peggy, and Doreen. GEYGER. — In loving memory of my dear Wife, Annie Elizabeth, who passed away on 8th October, 1943. Inserted by her loving Husband. GEYGER.— In memory of a dear Friend, Mrs. Geyger, passed away October 8th, Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. T. Kerrigan and Family (Cunnamulla). HAI.L, Gordon Fairburn.— In loving memory of our lato Husband and Father, who passed away 8th October, 1944. For ever In our memory. Inserted by his Wife and Sons, Stew art (R.A.N.l, and Billy. HALL, Gordon Fairburn.— In fond and loving memory of our late Son and Brother, Gordon, who passed away 8th October, 1944. In God's care. ' Inserted by his Father, Sisters, and Brother. IHLE.— In loving memory of our dear Daughter, Ivy, who died at Kllcoy, 8th October, 1941. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. Inserted by loving Mother, Father, Sis ters, and Brothers. MACLENNAN.— In loving memory of our dear Brother, Hugh W. MacLennan, who missed away 8th October, 1944. We never knew the pain he bore. We never saw him die. We only know he passed away And never said good-bye. Inserted by his loving Sister Margaret, and Brothers James and George. MacLENNAN. — In loving memory of our dear Uncle, Hugh, who passed away 8th October, 1944. A tender chord of memory Is sadly touched to-day; Our thoughts of you, dear Uncle, Will never fade away. Inserted by his loving Niece & Nep hews, Jess, Jack, and Alan Pallier. Ma^LENNAN.— In lovlne memory of our dear Uncle and Brother-in-law, Hugh, who passed away 8th October. 1944. Always so good, unselfish, and kind, Few In this world his equal to find; His beautiful life came to an end, Hs died as he lived, everyone's friend. Inserted by his loving Nephew, Niece, and Sister-in-law, Allan, Ettle, and Grace. McWHA. — In loving memory of my dear Wife, our Mother, & Mother-in-law, Ada Elsie, who passed away 8.10.44. A wonderful mother, so good and rare. The trials she went through few could She never complained, she wasn't that She was' one of those mothers so hard RANKIN.^-Sacred to the memory of pur dear little Daughter and our Sister, Shirley Alice, who passed away 8th October, 1930, aged 5 years and 7 months. Inserted by Mummy and Daddy and Brother and Sisters. ROGERS ? A loving tribute to the memory of Edgar R. Rogers, who died 8th October, 1939. Remembrance. Inserted by Irene, Anne, & Dawn. SCHMIDT, Jacob. — In loving memory of dear old. Jacob, passed away October 8th, 1943. . . Always remembered. Inserted by LIU (Smlthtown), Ken, Lorrie, Dad, Joan, Marie, and Family. TODD. — In loving memory of our dear Sister and Sister-in-law, Chrissle, who departed this life October 8th. 1938. Deep In our hearts a memory is kept, Of one we love and will never forget. Inserted by her loving Sisters and Brother-in-law. Nell, Bess, Nancy., and TODD. — In loving memory of our dear Sister and Sister-in-law and Aunt Chris, who departed this life October 8th, 1938. ? Not Just to-day, but every day, In silence we remember. Inserted by her loving Brothers and Sisters-in-law, Nieces and Nephews.
ROLL OF HONOUR BIGNELL.— In proud & lovlnv memory of OX21930, Pte. Sidney Kingston, 2/30 Bn., beloved younger Son of Mr. & Mrs. S. S. Blgnell, Upper Coomera. died of illness while p.o.w., Burma, 8/10/43. aged 23 Always remembered. Inserted by Mother & Father. HODGSON.— In loving memory of my dear Husband, Gunner William Harold Hodgson, who died of illness, October One lonely year of thinking Of a loved one that I lost; Only God in His heaven knows What that parting really cost. At the going down of the sun and in the morning I will remember him. Inserted by his loving Wife, Sylvia. LEVEV — in fond remembrance of Fit./ Set. Phil Levey. R.A.A F., Wiled In air operations over Germany. 8th October, 1944 'Duty nobly done.' Inserted by the Staff of Wlnchcombf, Carson, Ltd.
ROLL OF HONOUR SOXSMITH — in proud & loving memory of Ron Soxsmith, QX17285, died of ill ness while prisoner Thailand, 8/10/43. Greater love hath no man than this. Inserted by his loving Cousins, Dorothy. Edna, Eric (R.A.N.), Mildred, Margaret, and Beryl. SOXSMITH. Cpl. Wilfred Ronald, OX17285.— Died 8th Oct., 1943, Thailand. Dearly beloved son of Mrs. Soxsmith and the late James Soxsmith. His smiling face and cheery ways, Too dearly loved to be forgotten. Inserted by his loving Mother, Brothers, and SIsters-ln-law. WILSON. — In proud and loving memory of my dear Husband and my dear son, OX_2y43, Pte. Harry Wilson, 2/20th Btn.1 ath Div.. A.I.F.. who died in Paginatan P.O.W. camp, Borneo, March 16th, 1945. We have you In our memory. God has you m His care. Inserted by his loving Wife and Mother.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES MRS. McANANY, Widow of late C. \ MCANANY, and FAMILY wish to THANK all those who sympathised In heir recent sad bereavement. Please ac :ept this as our personal thanks. MRS. PURCHASE wishes to THANK Rev. Taylor, Mrs. Russel. and Members of the Moorooka Methodist Church, also the many Friends and Relatives for their kind messages, floral tributes, and sym pathetic help In her recent sad loss of her Sister, Miss S. A. Nixon, of Chaucer Street Moorooka. MRS. E. REEVES and FAMILY, Boo- val, wish to THANK all kind Relatives and Friends for their floral tributes, letters, and telegrams in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. MR. & MRS. J. R. SILLETT. Martha 3t., Paddlngton, wish to THANK Rev. ?'atner costello, Rev. Father Masterson, Members of St. Bridget's Branch. U.A.C.B.S., all kind Relatives, Friends, uid Neighbours, for floral tributes, :ards, letters, telegrams, expressions of sympathy, and kind attention in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept ihls as our personal and sincere thanks. On behalf of the OUTPATIENTS of 'he ROSEMOUNT HOSPITAL of last war [wish to voice my sincerest sympathy u the passing away of our Friend and Doctor, Dr. H. S. WALSH. C. W. F. Welldon (Darkey). 3909, 9 Bn. ? FUNERAL NOTICES UAIN, Thomas W ? The Private Cremation Service for the late Thomas William Bain. 'Gowrle,' Wickham Terrace, be loved Father of Thomas Gowrlp Bam, and Brother of Miss M. Bain, will be held in the Chapel of the Brisbane Cre matorium, Mt. Thompson, This (Monday! Forenoon, at 2.30 o'clock. No flowers by renuest. K. M. SMITH. B2095. RENEDE. — The Funeral of the late Peter Benede, of the Salvation Army Home. South Brisbane, will leave the Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide street, City, This (Monday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD., Funeral Directors. BOLTON, George. — The Relatives & Friends of Mr. & Mrs. James Murray Bolton, Rev. Father Brian Bolton, p.p.. St. Ambrose, Kelvin Grove, and Mr. & Mrs. Kevin McKeering & Family, are in vited to attend the Funeral of their be loved Father, Father-in-law, & , Grand father, George Bolton, of Harcourt St., Upper Bowen Terrace, New Farm, to leave St. Patrick's Church, Valley, on conclusion of requiem Mass, commencing To-morrow (Tuesday) Forenoon, at 10 o'clock, for Nudgee Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. B2695. CAMPBELL. — Relatives & Friends of Alexander David Campbell, of Carlton Terrace, Manly (late 25th Batt.. C. Comb.. 1st A.I.F.), are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St.. South Brisbane, To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Service at 9.45. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral CAMPHELL. — Lifeboat Lodge, No. 47, P.A.F.S.O.A. — Officers and Members of he above Lodge are Invited to attend tho Funeral of their late Bro.. Alexander D. Campbell, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St., south Brisbane, as per Family notice. W. Thompson, Sec nUMMINGS, Mr. James, 73 Cricket St., Petrle Tee. — The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J. G. Cummlngs, Mr. and Mrs. Mick Haydcn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. steelc. Mr. Pat Cum mlngs, Slg. Wmn. C. P. Cummlnus, A.W.A.S., and Mr. W. L. Cummlngs and Families are advised that the Funeral of their beloved Husband, Father. Fafher in-law, and Grandfather. James Cum mlngs (Waterside Worker!, will leave the residence, 73 Cricket St., at 2 p.m. This Monday for Toowong Cemetery, ar riving 2.20. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. FOULKES — The Funeral of Mrs, Dorothy Eliza Fonlkes. will leave her fate 'resi dence. 'Ncwlands,' 79 Hill St., off Gre Bory Terrace. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 4.30 o'clock, for the Toowong Ceme tery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral FRANKLIN, Mrs. Janet Cameron, 124 Harcourt St., New Farm.— The Relatives and Friends of Miss Jessie Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. D. Franklin and Family, and Miss LIUls Franklin are advised that the Funeral of their beloved Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grandmother is ap nolnted to leave the Parlour, 400 Wick ham St., at 11.15 This Monday for Tno wong Cemetery, arriving 11.40. METRO POLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. HOGAN ? The Relatives -fc Friends of Miss E. Hogan, Mrs. K. Callaghan, Mr. John McCarthy, Mrs. M. Henphy, Mr. Michael Hogan, Mr. James Hogan, & Families, & the Shcahan Family are in vited to attend the Funeral of their be .oved Brother, Brother-in-law, & Uncle, John Hogan, late of Annie St., Rocklea, & the 41st Battalion, 1st A.I.F., to leave ?jur Funeral Parlour, 515 Stanley St., South Brisbane. This (Monday) After noon, at 3 o'clock, for the Nudgee Ceme tery. GEORGE DOWDEN PTY., LTD., Funeral Directors. J3410. , JONES. — The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. A. J. Jones & Family, of Norman parade. Eagle Junction, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband & their Father, Hon. Alfred James Jones, to leave St. John's Cathedral, for the Crematorium, Mt, Thompson, after ser vice, commencing This Monday After noon, at 3.15 o'clock. No flowers by re quest. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors
JONES.— The State Funeral of the late Hon. Alfred James Jones (former Minis ter of the Crown and Lord Mayor of Brisbane), will leave St. John's Cathe dral, for the Crematorium, after service, commencing This (Monday) Afternoon, at 3.15- p.m. No flowers, by request. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. KING, Mrs. Isabella Kathleen, Longue val Street. Moorooka.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. King, Pte. T. P. King (9th Div.). Pte. E. J. King (A.I.F.). Miss Betty King, and Mr. & Mrs. A. Aspden and David are advised that the Funeral of their beloved Mother. Mother-in-law, and Grandmother will leave the Parlour, 400 Wickham St., at .1 o'clock This Monday for the Crema torium, arriving 3.30. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. KING, Mrs. Isabella K. — Officers and Members of Boadlcea Lodge No. 1, U.A.O.D., aVe respectfully requested to
uiena me runerai oi tne iat-f. mi*, x. K. King, to leave the Metropolitan Par lour as above. By Order of the Secty. [.ANDEMAN. Mrs. Dorothy Edith, Oates (Me., Northgate.— Mr. F. C. Landenian, Mrs. E. Hill & Family,,* Mr. & Mrs. E. 2. Landeman & Family, of Byron St.. Bullmba, desire to advise Relatives Sr. Friends that the Funeral of their beloved Wife. Daughter. Sister. Daughter-in-law, Ss slstor-in-law. is appointed .to leave [he Parlour, 400. Wickham St.. at 12 noon, This Monday, for the cremator ium, arriving 12.30. No flowers. METRO POLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. McCANN.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. & Mrs. F. McCann, Mr. & Mrs. W. McC'ann, Mr. J. G. McCann, Mr. V. McCann, Pte. p. T. McCann (A.I.F.), Mrs. M. B. Bldner, Mr. & Mrs. L. Edye, Mr. & Mrs. M. J. McAullffe, Mr. & Mrs. B. Wollett, Mr. & Mrs. E. Pattlson, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Hambleton, Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Murphy & Families are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother. Mother-in-law, & Grandmother, Cathe rine- Queensland McCann, of , 103 Asn urove Ave., Ashgrove, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrle Bight, This (Monday) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.- ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. _ , ., MITCHELL, Mrs. Mary J.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Mary Jane Mitchell, of No. 19 Tillott St., Dutton Park, are nvlted to attend her Funeral, to leave St. Ita's Church, Gladstone Road, Dut ton Park. This (Monday I Forenoon, at 11.15 o'clock, for South Brisbane Ceme tery. K. M. SMITH. B2695. , MOORE, Mrs. Lily, 12 Colville St.. West End.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. W. Moore & Family are adv sed that the Funeral of their beloved Wife, Mother, Mother-in-law, & Grandmother, is ap ),amtesdt..t°atlefVo%IScek.f T^-Mo^aay? ?Sr S^F?TRB-51pSOLniTA?m^NrEyRAaLrriE1SflCE2|: MULLEN. Annie Jana — The Relatives & Friends 6f Miss A. Mullen, Mr. G. Mullen & Family, Mr. & Mrs. P. Mullen, Mr. & Mrs. 6. Marshall & Family, and Mr. & Mrs. T. Nevin arc invited to attend ;he Funeral of their beloved Sister, Sls tcr-ln-law, and Aunt, Annie Jane Mullen, :o leave her late residence, 90 Bromley Street, Kangaroo Point, This (Monday) Afternoon, at 3.45 o'clock, for Bulimba Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. B269ft. O'SULLIVAN, Terence B.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. O'Sullivan. No. 9 Lang Parade, Auchen flower, Mr. and Mrs. Denis O'Suluvan (Cairns). Mr. and Mrs. T. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carden, and Mrs. K. Lyons are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Son, Grandson, ? and Nephew, Terence Bernard O'Sullivan, to eavo Sacred Heart Church, Rosalie, on conclusion of Requiem Mass, commenc ing This (Monday) Forenoon, at 9 o'clock, for Toowong Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. B2095. . „ . . PAGET, Mr. George Ernest. Tallebudgera Creek. West Burleigh.— The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. I. V. Paget & Family are respectfully advised of the death of their beloved Husband & Father. His Funeral is appointed to arrive at Nerang Cemetery for service and interment at 2 o'clock, To-morrow, Tuesday. The Cpr tage wil pass through Nerang St.. South port, at approx. 1.30. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. -B3990, B4773. . PAGET, Mr. George E.— Officials and Members arc requested to note that the Funeral of the late George Ernest Paget, Secretary of the West Burleigh and Dis trict Banana Growers' Association, and lormer Vice-captain of Australian, Rules Interstate Football Team, 1906, is ar ranged to arrive at the Nerang ceme tery as above. METROPOLITAN FUNE RAL SERVICES. „ . PREES.— The Funeral of Mrs. Catherine Lauder Prees, of Knowle, Cross St., New Farm, will leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel St., South Brisbane, This (Monday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the Toowong cemetery. Private interment, no flowers. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Dlrcc
ROONEY.— The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. M. Rooncy. Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Kooney (Townsvllle), Mr. & Mrs. A. M. Rooney, Mr, & Mrs. C. E. Rooney, Mr. Jte Mrs. R. S. Rooney, & Mr. G. R. Rawllngs & Families are invited. to at tend the Funeral of her beloved Hus band, their Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Mark Rooney, of Nudgee Road, Hendra, late of Home Hill and Townsvllle, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, This (Mon day I Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. RYAN.— The Relatives ana Friends of Mrs. G. I. Ryan, Kangaroo Point, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. N. Gilllsple, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hamilton. Mrs. N. Preston, Mr. and Mrs. C. Archer, and Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Jame6 Joseph Ryan, late of Mark Lane, Kan garoo Point, to leave St. Joseph's Catho lic Church. Kangaroo Point, This, (Mon day) Morning, at 10.45 o'clock, for the South Brisbane Cemetery. Mass at 6.30 i.m. GEORGE DOWDEN PTY.. LTD., Funeral Directors. J3410.
FUNERAL NOTICES RAFTERY, Mr. John Michael.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raftery and Family, of 10th Avenue, Windsor, are advised that the Funeral of their beloved Brother, Brother-in-law, & Uncle will leave the Parlour, 400 Wick nam St., at 10 a.m. This Monday for Toowong Cemetery, arriving 10.20. MET ROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. SPARKS.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Sparks (Roma). Mr. F. J. Sparks (Surat). Mr. & Mrs. G. B. Sparks (Sydney). Mr. & Mrs. F. Randall (Narra :een). Mr. M. C. Sparks (Brisbane), are invited to attend the Funeral of her be oved Huband, their Father. & Father in-law, Martin Sparks, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide St., City. To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD.. Funeral Directors. TIERNEY, Mrs. Mary Ellen, 560 Main St., Kangaroo Pi.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. & Mrs. S. p. Tlerney & Family, Mr. & Mrs. G. Burke. Pte. (A.I.F.), & Mrs. R. E. Mclbusch, Pte. M. Tierney (A.I.FI. Mr. & Mrs R.- Arnold, Mr. & Mrs. E Moore, & Mr. E., Mr. P., A Mr. A. Burke, -fc Families, are advised that the Funeral of their beloved Mother, Mother-in-law, Grandmother, Sister, sis ter-in-law, /it Aunt, will leave the resi dence, 5(10 Main St., Kangaroo PI., at 4 p.m., This Monday, for Toowong Cemc tC1?UNFrRrAVL?nsSERVi2C°ES.MCTROPOL1TAN TIERNEY, Mrs. Mary E.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. & Mrs. J. T. McGuIre, Mrs. A. Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. M. Quinillvim. & Families, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved SIs ter-ln-law, Aunt. & Cousin, to leave the reF1UNnECRA£SSERbV°IVCCE?.METROPOLrrAN VHLMANN ? The Relatives & Friends of Mr. -b Mrs. Wynton Bayton -fe Family, Mrs., B. M. Carlill, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Carlill. & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Sydney Carlill fi Family, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved.. Mother, Mother-in-law, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister, Sister-in-law, & Aunt, Mrs. Flor ence May Uhlmann, to leave the Lindum Baptist Church for Hemmant Cemetery after Service commencing This (Mon day) Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD.. Funeral Directors. WIGGINS, Mr. Cyril E. A., 24 Leichhardt Street, City.— The Relatives & Friends of Mrs. G. WlBgins, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Ij. Wiggins, Mr.- & Mrs. Bevin R. Wig gins, Mrs. L. Boyle (Ipswich), Mr. & Mrs. J. Wiggins (Harrlsvllle), Mr. & Mrs. H. Wiggins (Booval), Mr. & Mrs. G. Wig gins (Roma), Miss C. Wiggins (Ipswich), Mr. & Mrs. D. Ellis (Brisbane) and Families are advised that the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their Brother. Rrnthpr-ln-lfiw. Uncle. and
Nephew, Cyril E. A. Wiggins, is ap pointed to leave the Parlour, 400 Wick ham Street, nt 11 a.m. on Tuesday, for th3 Crematorium, arriving 11.30. Ipswicf pabcrs, please cony. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES WIGGINS, Mr. Cyril E. A.— Relatives & Friends of Mr. & Mrs. E. E. D. Hallatn (Moorooka), Mr. Ac Mrs. R. J. Hallnm (Brisbane), and Mr. A. Hallam and Families are advised that the Funeral of their beloved Brother-in-law and Uncle, Cyril E. A. Wiggins, will leave as above. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SER VICES.
FUNERALS, CREMATIONS JOHN Hislop & Sons. Cremation and Funeral Directors, 544 Pnrie Bight. City. Peel St., S. Brisbane. B8705, J3780. BRISBANE UNDERTAKERS PTY., LTD., Tom Foley, Manager, 627 Stanley St., Sth. Brisbane. Cremations arranged. J1037 (day and night). METROPOLITAN Funeral Services, 400 Wickham St., Valley. B3990, B4773. Special all night service available. TO ENSURE THAT YOUR WISHES are fulfilled write to Brisbane Cre matorium, Ltd., Room 4, Fourth Floor, Commonwealth Bank Chambers, Queen St., Brisbane. B5844. for form entltlec 'Directions for Cremation at Death,' also handbook with full information re Cremation 6c Prepaid Cremation Deeds. FLORISTS, MONUMENTAL PiETERSEN Bros. & Craig Pty., .137 George St., specialists, floral tri butes, cut flowers. B7358, after hrs. B0301. TIHOS. PERROTT & SONS, for distinc tive floral work, 272 Queen St. opp. (J.P.D., and 38 Bowen Bridge Rd. B0391. QTH. Brisbane Art Florists (H. Over O son), 789 Stanley St. Wreaths, Bou quets. J3649, after hours JY8122. BERMUDA Art Florists, opp. St. Mar tin's Hospital, Ann St. B4262. IT1. W. Rose & Co.. 'Excelsior' Art It Florists, 250 George St., 314 Wick ham St. B8674. After hours TWIT. 280. /ELEMENTS ART FLORISTS (cst. 46 v-i yrs.), artistic floral designs, 131 Stan ley St., nr. Victoria Bridge. J2498, all hrs. ANDREW L. PETRIE, Monumental Sculptor, cemetery Gates, Toowong., Brisbane. Price on application. Twe. 39.