CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. KATE: Minimum 2 linen, 13 words. 1/0, then 3d. for each succeeding line of ill word.. NOTICES OF ENGAGEMENT. MAR RIAGES, BIRTHS. DEATHS. BE REAVEMENT NOTICES. IN MEM ORIAM. ROLL OF HONOUR, AND RETURN THANKS. MINIMUM, 57 per notice. UP to 0 lines, then 7d. per line. ENGAGEMENT ANB MAREIAUK NOTICES must be signed by botn contracting parties and witnessed by a Clergyman, Registrar, J.P.. or other responsible person. BIRTH NOTICES must be Elgncd 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 ? ALDRIDGE.— On 19th May, to Daphne (nee Hancock), Wife of E. P. Aldridge, school residence, Prenzlau, at Women's Intermediate Hospital — a Daughter (Pamela Daphne). BOYLAND.— At Women's Intermediate Hospital, on 25th May, to Blanche. Wife of Capt. A. F. Boyland — a Son. Both well CASEy.— At Lyndhurst Private Hospital, Ipswich, on 18th May, to Mr. and Mr_. W. Casey. Lagoona, Mllbong— a Daughter (Catherine Ann). ? LEAD.— On /May 24th. at Berilda Pri vate Hosoltal, to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lead— a Son (David Gilbert). . , McMuitUlT.— un 'inursday, May 16th, at Lyndhurst Private Hospital, Ipswich, to Mf. and Mrs. J. W. McMurdy, Dlrran bandl — a Bon (Bevan Warrent. QUANE.— To Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Quane (nee Grace Dwyer). of Wentworth i'ar- ade, BuilmDa. May 26tn. in Women's Intermediate — a Son (John Howard). EAWSON.— At Gympie General Hospital, on 24th May, to Mrs. V. Rawson (nee Viva Hortl and the late Capt. Haydn Rawson — a Daughter (Robyn Haydn) RUSSELL. — On May 19th, at the GymplP Women's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Russell (nee Ina Cosier)— a Daughter (Lorellc Margaret). STEPHENS (nee M. Barnard).— At Stan thorpe Hospital, on 22nd May, to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. J. Stephens — a Daugh ter ? PRE-MARRIAGES GREER— CRISFORD.— On 28th May, at 5.30 p.m., at St. Agatha's Church Clay field, Wilson, only Son of Mrs. McDonald and the late Mr. W. Greer, of San Francisco, to Elma, only Daughter of Mrs. A. Crisford and the late Mr. L. G. Crlsford, of Clayfield. GREGGO— TItEBILCO.— At 6 p.m. on 27th May. 1946, at Bt. Stephen's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Ryan, James John, second youngest Son of Mr. and Mrs? Chris. Greggo, Wilmington. Delaware, U.S.A.. to Mary Gwendoline, youngest Daughter of Mrs. M. Trebllco, Geelong. Victoria. ? ? MARRIAGES ? LUCAS — SMITH.— On the 25th May, at St. Mark's Church of England, Camber well, Victoria, by Canon P. W. Robinson, Howard Barton, younger Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Lucas, Turner Avenue, Now Farm, to Lorraine Wilifred, second Daughter of the late C. W. Smith, Mil dura, and Mrs. Smith, Malvern Road East Malvern. Melbourne. ? DIAMOND WEDDING SCHMIDT— BUHK.— At Lutheran Church, Bethania, on 27th May, 1886, by Rev. Sultman, Anna Buhk to Christian Schmidt. Present address 'Crissana,' Eaglesfleld Street, Beaudesert. ? IN MEMORIAM ? ASUFORD.— In loving memory of my dear Husband and our Father. Samuel John Ashford, who passed away 27th May, 1945. In God s care. Lovingly remembered by his Wife and Mlck-JEt, Henry William.— In loving memory of our Husband, Father, and Grandfather, Henry William BIckle. who passed away May 27th, 1942. Always remembered. Inserted by his loving Family. IlLiKNS ? In loving memory of my dear Husband, our Father. John Forrest i Muck), who passed away 26th May, 11)45.
Often a silent tear; But always a bcaimiui memory Of one we loved so dear. Deep in our hearts his memory we tcep. Inserted by his loving Wifa & Family. COULTER.— In loving memory of my a-ar Husband and our dear Father uohn Stanley), who passed away May 27th, 1937. He lives with us in memory still. Not Just to-day, but always will. lns.rted by his loving Wife and four Sons. CO-LEi Katherine.— In loving memory of my dear Mother, who departed this life 27th May, 1045. Inserted by her' 'loving Daughter, Eileen. UROSS.— In loving memory of my dear Husband and our Father, Henry Richard Cross, who passed away 27th May, 1944. What would we give to clasp your hand, Your loving voice to hear, To see again your smiling face, To us that was so dear; But death has left a loneliness This world can never fill. Inserted by his loving Wife & Family. ?CROSS.— In loving memory of our dear Father, Henry Richard Cross, who passed away 37th May, 1944. A tribute 'Ot love and remembrance Of one we shall never forget. Inserted - by his loving Sons, Harry. John, and Herbert (Jot). CROSS.— In loving memory of our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Henry Richard Cross, who passed away 27th May, 1944. Just a memory fond and true, To show, dear Father, we think of you. Inserted by his loving Daughter, Son in-law, Ruby and Tony, Grandchildren. Tony, Ruby, and Barry. CROSS.— In loving memory of Our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Henry Richard Cross, who passed away 27th May, 1944. As time passes on your memory sweeter grows. Inserted by his loving Daughter, Son in-law, VI and Ted, Grandchildren Pamela and Noela. HALL, Patricia Wenda.— Loving memories of our little Niece and Cousin, who passed away suddenly 27th May, 1943, Auntie Jessie, Uncle Ivan, Betty, and HALLETT.— A loving tribute to the memory of my Mother and Father, who passed away May 27th, and December 10th 1941 Inserted by Ivy (Mrs. Worthington), Bondi, Sydney. HAMMOND, Peter John. — In sacred memory of our darling Son. who de parted this life 27th May. 1944. Deeply mourned. Inserted by his loving parents. HEALY.— Treasured memories of Flo, so dear to us all. Mum, Dad, Elleeii,' and Harold. HODGSON. — In loving memory of my d.ar Wife and our Mother, who passed away May 27, 1937. We who have loved, never fontet: Called home to rest, dark night hath Called' home to meet the' Saviour face Inserted by her loving Husband and JOHNSTON ? A tribute of love and re membrance to my beloved Wlf'. Sybil, who passed away 27th May, 1944. JOHNSTON. Sybil. — In loving memory of my dear Mother, who passed away 27th Mi5_J.M4 JOHNSTON ? In loving memory of our dear Daughter and Sister, Sybil, who pasrPd away May 27tn. 1U44. Lovingly rememb3red. Iiuerted by her loving Parents. Sisters, and Brothers. KRATZMANN, Anna Maria. — In loving memory of our dear Mother. Grand and Great-Grandmother.
Inserted by her loving Family. MUIXINGS.— In loving memory of- my dear Husband, who passed away on the 27th of May. 1945. Never forgotten. . Inserted by his loving Wife. , NICOLSON. Ilcne.— In loving memory o my dear Wife and Mother, who passed away 27th May. 1044. Sadly missed. Inserted by her loving Husband and Daughter, Jcanette. NICOLSON.— in loving memory of Hene, beloved Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Webster and Sister of (Jim) J. E. Web ster, who passed away May 27th, 1944. For ever remembered. PLOUGHWHIGHT, Artnur Edwin. — In loving memory of my dear Husband, our Father and Father-in-law, who passed away 27th May, 1934. Memories drift to days now past. Time rolls on, but memories last. Inserted by his loving Wife, Daugh ter, Son, and Daugnter-in-law. SCOTT, Edith Rose.— In loving memory of my dear Wife and our Mother, who passed away 27th May, 1943. Lovingly remembered. Inserted by her loving Husband, Family, and Sons-in-law. STANLEY.— In loving memory of our dear Mother. Mother-in-law, and Grand mother, Mary Stanley, who departed this life 27th May, 1938. There's a face we will always remember, A voice we love to recall; There's a memory we'll cherish forever. Of a Mother so good to us all. Inserted by her loving Daughter, Mary, Sons, George and Jack, and Son in-law. Wilfred, and all her Grandchil STRAIN. — In loving memory of our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, who passed away May 27th. 1939. Just a token of remembrance, And a memory fond and true, Whatever else we fall to do. We will always remember you. Inserted by his loving Sons, Daugh ter-in-law, and Grandson, Syd.. Elsie. Rus., and little Tyron?. STRAIN. — In loviuts memory of our dear Father and Grandfather, Richard Strain, :Who passed away 27th May, 1939. He lives with us in memory still. And will lor evermore. Inserted by his loving Daughter, May and Family. STRAIN.— In loving memory of our dear Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Richard, who passed away -27th May, Love'd in life, treasured in death. A beautiful memory is all that is left. Inserted by his loving Daughter, Son in-law, Ethel and Percy, and Grandsons STRAIN. — In loving memory of our deal Grandfather and Great-Grandfather, Richard Strain, who passed away 27th May, 1939. Thoughts return of days gone past. Time rolls on, but memories last. Inserted by Madge,' Ken, and Russell WEATHEHHEAD, George Stephenson called home 27th May. 1944. ! Lovingly remembered by his Wife anc WHITTAKER. — In memory of my deal i Sister and our Aunt, Mary Ellen, wh( passed away May 27, 1943. Inserted by her loving Sister anc WHITTAKER. — In loving memory 0] Mary Ellen, who passed away 27th May 1943 Always remembered. Inserted by Albert, Hazel, and Dennis WILLIAMS. — In loving memory of oui ? dear Husband and Father, Hannibal Wil liams, who passed away on 27th May 1B45. In Nanango. To-day recalls sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest. And those who think of him to-day. ,-Are the ones who loved him best. He bade no one a last goodbye. And said goodbye to none. Inserted by fifs loving ?Wife, Sons, am Sauzhters.
IN MEMORIAM i IVILLIAMS. Hannibal.— In loving memory 3f our a.ar Daa and pur Grandad, who passtd away on M»7 27th, 1945. hot iust to-day, but every day, In silence we remember. Inserted by Ethel, Norman, Kathleen, and Normle. ? ? ? ROLL OF HONOUR BEATTIE, Tnomas, Pte., QX60338. — In proud and loving memory of our beloved .xu_uanu -»nu Lf_aa/, w«io oj^q ux vuuuu at Bougainville on 27.5.1945. Beautiful memories always treasured -y Jess and Lyn. JATTIE. — In proud and loving memory of our dear Son and Brother, Thomas Seattle, 26th Aust. Inf. Bn., A.I.F.. killed n action Bougainville, 27th May, 1945. Duty cal ed him and he was there ro do his bit and take his share; is spirit true, his heart was brave, e Is resting now in a hero's grave. e followed the path of duty, c answered his country's call, c died an Australian soldier, The greatest death of all. Inserted by Mother, Father. Jack, Stan, and Ed. llEATTIfc. — in loving memory of our dear Brother and Brother-in-law, Pri vate Thomas, who died of wounds at iougainville, cm 27th May. 1945. ^ovlng and true In all his ways, Jprlght and Just to the end of his days; What a beautiful memory to leave behind. Inserted by his loving Sister and Bro her-in-law, Irene and Eddie. r-Aiiit. — in loving memory of my dear Brother. Tom Beattie, QX80338, who died of wounds at Bougainville, 27th May, )cep In our hearts a memory Is kept Of the one we loved and will never lorget. Inserted by VI and Bob. BEATTIE, Thomat. He., QX60338.— In -roud and loving memory of our dear Son-in-law and Brother-in-law, who died of wounds at Bougainville on 27.5.1945. To know him was to love him. _ Inserted by J. and D. Mayes and Family. . BEATTIE, Private Thomas, QX60338.— A proud and loving tribute to tne memory our dear Nepnew, who died of wounds at Bougainville on 27th May, 1945. le gave his life that others may live, A greater gift no man can give; Is beautiful life came to an end, He died as he lived— everyone's friend. Inserted by Uncle Len and Aunt Han. BOURNE.— Treasured memories of my -eloved Son and our Brother, OX14722. Cpl. P. J. Bourne, died while P.O.W.. gandakan, Borneo. 27th May, 1045, elder Son of Mrs. C. I. and the late G. R. 3ourne. Toogoolawah, and Brother of Came. Bill, and June. To-night my mind is hurrying through the years. To-night my mind Is turning from my tears; dream a little boy comes here to me. And stands and smiles and leans against my knee. To-night my hands are wandering on the keys, I play the tunes of old ... outside, the trees Look bare and sad, but a small volcff sings sweet. A little boy Is sitting at my feet. o-nlght he's come again to comfort me. And hold my hand with sweet simplicity. Soon, laughing to the shadows he wiU run. 'Oh. _God.' how dearly I still love my I think' of you, Pat, In fancy see. youi face, Each moment, every hour, In evers Place; I think of you when morn unfurls Its rose, My thoughts are of you, when my eye lids close. And as I roam In solitude, No matter where It be; One sweet phantom shape I see. Wandering silently with me. Always remembered by Mum, Sisters, and Brother. LONG, QX14746, Pte. Jeff Gregory, 2/26 3att., 8th Dlv., A.I.F., eldest 8on of Hr. and Mrs. John Long, 'Dlxona,' Leopard Street, South Brisbane, SI, who died May 27tn, 1943, at Shlmo San kural, Thailand,- Burma Railway. 'Fondest memories. , A tribute of love and remembrance from Father, Mother, Sisters, Brothers, and Aileen Madden. LUCK. — In proud and loving memory of my only Son and our Brother, Private Francis (Frank) Whitehall Luck, acci dentally killed on duty at Stuart, N.Q.,
Inserted by his loving Father, Sisters lary, Ruby, Dorothy. Dulcle. IAHONEY, John Joseph, Fit.-LIeut.— A wing tribute to the memory of our dear rlend, Jack, presumed to have lost ils life in air operations over Ger lany, 23rd May, 1944. ust a token of remembrance. )f a friend, fond and true; Vhatever else we fail to do, Ve will always remember you. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES MR. and MRS. G. CARMICHAEL and 'AM1LY, Hall Street. Paddlngton, wish 3 sincerely THANK Rev. Father IcCarthy, Sisters of Mercy, Rosalie, the loctors, the District Nurses, and Sister Wallace, also Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Connell, nd Mrs. Cook, and all Relatives and 'rlends for their kindness, help, Masses, oral tributes, telegrams, and cxpres lon.of sympathy in our repent sad be eavement. Please accept this as our ersonal thanks. The FLETCHER FAMILY, Old Koroe ih, desire to THANK all kind Friends nd Relatives for their kind expressions f sympathy, floral tributes, letters, and ards in their recent sad bereavement, ?lease accept this as their . personal hanks. The FAMILY of the late MARY 5RAHAM, ROBERT, SAMUEL,, WAL .ACE, and JOHN, Coorparoo, sincerely 'HANK all Friends for their kind ex resslons of sympathy and floral tributes n their recent sad bereavement. Please ccept this a_ our personal thanks. , MRS. E. WOODCOCK and FAMILY rlsh to THANK Relatives and Friends or their kind expressions of sympathy i their recent sad bereavement. Please cc;pt this as their personal thank.. FUNERAL NOTICES ? IEOR.— - The Funeral of Mrs. Emily Sarah leor, of Charles Street, New Farm, wil eave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane, This (Monday) ifternoon. at 3.30 o'clock, for the Too ?ong cemetery. No flowers by request. OHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Direc tors. IRODIE. Mr. Joseph Arthur, Chapel Street, Banyo. — Th_ Family of the late dseph Brodic wish to advise Relatives nd Friends that his Funeral is arranged o leave the Parlour, 400 Wickham itre;t, To-day (Monday), at 2 o'clock, or South Brisbane Cem:tery, arriving 2.20. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS. SROWN, Joseph H.— The Relatives and blends of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph Irown, Miss E. J. Brown, Mr. G. J. 3rown (corner of Gray Road and Miller 3trcet. Hill End), and Miss I. M. Brown, 31akeney Street, Highgate Hill, are In cited to attend the Funeral of their be pved Father, Father-in-law, Grand ather, and Brother, Joseph Henry 3rown, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 3tanley Street, South Brisbane. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 2.45 o'clock, for South Brisbane Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. B2695. BROWN, Joseph H.— Court Brunswick and Victoria Lodge, A.O.F.— - The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are In vited to attend the Funeral of their de ceased Brother. Joseph Henry Brown, to leave as per Family Notice. H. Flndlay, Secretary. CALLOW, Mr. John Hugh, Dath Street, reneriffe.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J. H. Callow and Family are re spectfully advised of the death of their beloved Husband and Father. The Fune ral is arranged to leave the Parlour, 400 Wlckham Street, To-day (Monday), at 3 o'clock, for Toowong Cemefry, arriv ing 3.20. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS. CASEY. — The Relatives and Friends of ilr. and Mrs. Gerald Casey, Mr. and Mr_. D. Harvey and Family, Mr. P. Casey and Family are lnv.ted to attend the Fune ral of their beloved Infant Daughter, Granddaughter, and Niece, Ann Geral dlne, to leave the residence of Mr. D. iarvey, 47 Park Street, Kelvin Grove. This iMonday) Afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. GIBSON.— The Relatives and Friends of At. and Mrs. C. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. V. Gibson and Family (Magoura Sta tion), and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Martin are invited to attend the Funeral of .heir beloved Son, Brother, Brotherin aw, and Uncle, Charles Archibald Gib son, late 49th Batt. alia 6th Dlv. Sigs., 2nd A.I.F., to move from the Presby terian Church, Pickering Street, Enog gera, on conclusion of service commenc ing at 2.30 o'clock, This (Monday) After noon, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Dfrsctor. GIBSON. — Mltchelton' Sub-Branch, t.S.S.A.I.L.A.— The Members of the above Sub-Branch are invited to attend the Funeral of their late Mrmber, Charles Archibald Gibson, to move from the Presbyterian Church. Enoggera, as per Family Notice.
tiiLMORE.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. E. M. Gilmore and Family are nyited to attend the Funeral of her jelpved Husband, their Father, Father in-law, and Grandfather, Edward Arthur Gilmore, of Wedd Street. Spring Hill, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, ?etrie Bight, This (Monday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. Service at 9.45. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. GREENHALGH.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. Richards and Family, of Passage Street, Cleveland, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Mr. Charles Howard Green- halgh, formerly of Samford, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City, To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, at 10 o'clock, for the Samford Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. HARSANT. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. W. Harsant, of Radford, Fassifern Line, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. H. Archibald (Cairns), Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harsant. Mr. and Mrs. R. Harsant, Mr. and Mrs H. V. Careless, Mr. and Mrs. I. Harsant (Monto) Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Payne, and Families, and Mr. C. Harsant are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother, Mother in law and Grandmother (Mrs. Margaret Harsant), to leave All Saints' Church of England, Wickham Terrace, City, after Service, commencing To-morrow (Tues- day) Morning, at 11.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. HUGHES, Mr. William, Swan Street. Windsor.— The Relatives and Friends ot Mrs. E. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hughes. Mr. J. Huches, Mr. ana Mrs. L. Hughes and Families are advised of the death of their beloved Husband, Father, Father-in-law, and Grant father, William Hughes. The Funeral appointed to leave the Parlour. 400 Wickham Street, at 10 o'clock, on Tues day, for Lutwyche Cemetery, arriving 1020. No flowers. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL SERVICES. KELLY. -The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Ju'.»n Joseph Kelly are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, Ellen Kelly, to move from her late res dence. Sylvia Street. Camp Hill. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 1.45 o'clock. It the Bullmba Cmetery. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. KELLY.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kelly, Mlfs Nellie Kelly, Mr. G. R. Kelly, and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kelly and Family are in vited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother. Mother-lnMaw, and Grandmother. Ellen Kelly, to move from her liito residence as per above notic ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director.
FUNERAL NOTICES KNIGHT.— Relative* and Friends of Mr. James Knight, of Nudgee Road, Hendra. ate 52nd Bat., 1st A.I.F.. are ln«ted o attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street. South Jrisbane, To-morrow (Tuesday! Morn ng, at 10 o'clock, for the Mt. Thompson Crematorium. Service at 9.45. JOHN HI3LOP & SONS. Funeral Directors. LAMBERT.— The Relatives and Friends Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wyeth, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Duncanson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother-in-law and Mother, Mrs. Tilly Lambert, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City, This (Monday) Afternoon, after Service at 3.45 o'clock, for the Chapel Hill Cemetery. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. LAMBERT.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. A. Mawby and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Daughter and Sister, Mrs. Tilly Lambert, to leave as per previous notice. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors. .UKRITZ.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. G. J. Lukritz and Family, Toogoola wah, are respectfully invited to attend le Funeral of his late beloved Wife and lelr Mother, Augusta Wllhelmine Luk ritz, to leave the Apostolic Church. Too goolawah. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o clock, for the Mt. Beppo Apostolic Cemetery. M. STARK. Funeral Direc MURripCK.— Cremation Service of the late William James Fraser Murdock. of 29 Godsall Street, Toowoomba. will be leld In the Chapel of the Mt. Thompson -rematorlum. To-morrow (Tuesday! Morning, at 10 o'clock. No flowers, by request. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors. MACLEAN.— The Funeral of the late Miss Oulda O. Maclean, of Esplanade. Wyn num. will leave the Funeral Chapel. 17 Peel street. South Brisbane. This (Mon day) Morning, at 11.30 o clock, for the iullmba Cemetery. Private Interment. Wrs HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Direc MASTERS.— The Relatives and Friends Mr. E. T. Masters, of Oxley Road, Chelmer, Mr. E. T. Masters. Jun., Mr. and Mrs. W. Claussen, of Geebung are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother, and Mother- in-law, Phoebe Florence Masters, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide Street, City, This (Monday) After- noon, at 2 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mount Thompson. CANNON & CRIPPS. LTD., Funeral Directors. IEE. — Relatives and Friends of Mrs. I. A. Cumming, of Red Hill, and Mr. and *Jrs. j. e. Allison, of Rusden Street. Celvln Grove, are invited to attend the uneral of their beloved Mother and Uother-in-law. Mrs. Ellen Maria Mce. to eave the Clifton Terrace Methodist Church.- on conclusion of Service, com mencing at 3 o'clock This (Monday) Afternoon, for the Toowong Cemetery. JCjHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Dlrec PAYNE.— The Relatives and Friends of io late Alice Jane (Joan) Payne, of arker Street, East Brisbane, late of aroochydore, arc invited to attend her Funeral, to move from Alex. Gow'e Funs ral Chapel, Petrle Bight, This (Monday) Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Cre matorium, Mt. Thompson. No flowers by request. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Direc PAYNE — The Relatives and Friends of r. & Mrs. D. J. Burns (Maroochydore), r. & Mrs. F. N. Burns (Nambour). tfr. & Mrs. W. G. Burns, Mr. & Mrs. J. Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. H. J. Burns, Mr. & Mrs. H. J. Newitt, and Mr. & Mrs. W. Roach and Families are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Daughter, Sister, Sister-in-law, and Aunt, Alice Jane (Joan) Payne, to move from the Funeral Chapel as per above notice. ALEX. GOW7 Funeral Dlr3ctor. tOGERS. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Macpherson. Mr. and .Mrs. Alex Macpherson, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sailer. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rogers, r. and Mrs. A. Annandale. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Rogers, and Families, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Beard are invited to at tend the Funeral of their beloved Mother. Mother-in-law, Grandmother, Sister, and Sister-in-law, Janet Rogers, of Vulture reet. East Brisbane, to move from the ethodlst Church, Norman Street, East Brisbane, on conclusion of service com mencing at 11 o'clock This (Monday) Morning, for the South Brisbane Ceme tery. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. ROGERS.— Coorparoo Chapter, No. 272, O.E.S. — The Office Bearers and Members the above Chapter are invited to at end the Funeral of Sister Janet Rogers,
orman Street, East Brisbane, as per 'amily Notice. Star Service. By Order of the Worthy Matron. 1OGERS. — South Brisbane Chapter, No. 27. O.E.S. — The Office Bearers and embers of the above Chapter are in ited to attend the Funeral of Sister anet Rogers, to move from the Metho 1st Church. Norman Street, East Bris ane, as per Family Notice. By Order of the Worthy Matron. IIEAIIAN ? Relatives and Friends of [rs. W. J. Sheahan and Family, cor er of' Mary and Arthur Sts., Ipswich, jrmerly of Miles, are invited to at md the Funeral of her deceased Hus and and their Father, William Joseph heahan. Government Stock Inspector, y leave St. Mary's Catholic Church, pswlch, To-morrow (Tuesday) After oon, at 3 o'clock, lor the Ipswich lemetery. GEORGE DOWDEN PTY., LTD., Funeral Directors. LAVIN.— Relatives ana Friends of Mr. atrick Slavin, Mr. Joseph Slavin. a/id Irs. Mary Sullivan, arc invited to at snd the Funeral of their beloved Niece, lay Josephine Slavin, of School Road, locklea, to leave St. Brendan's R.C. Ihurch, Moorooka. This (Monday) Morn ng. at 10 o'clock, for the Toowone :emetery. Mass at 6.30 a.m. (not as reviously advertised). JOHN HISLOP & SONS. Funeral Directors. OOHEY. John Michael. — The Funeral of ohn Michael Toohey, of Edmondstone itreet, South Brisbane, will leave the 'uneral Chapel, Wlckham Street, Valley, 'o-morrow (Tuesday) Forenoon, at 10.30 'clo k. for South Brisbane Cemetery. K. . M. SMITH. B2695. TRUDGIAN. — The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. F. A. Trudgian, Mr. and Mrs. .R.A. Bock, and Ian, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Trudgian are Invited to attend the funeral of her beloved Husband, their Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Stuart C. Trudgian. of Fuller Street, Lutwyche. to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, This (Mon ay) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, for the crematorlum. Mt. Thompson. ALEX. GOW. Funeral Director. TRUDGIAN.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J. Trudgian. Mr. and Mrs. H. Trudgian. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Trudgian, Mrs. E. Trudgian (Laidley), Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Trudgian and Families, Miss M. Trudgian, and Master Peter Trudgian are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Son. their Brother, Brother n-Iaw. and Uncle. Stuart C. Trudgian. t0 move from the Funeral Chapel, as per family Notice. ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director. l'l'NAN. — The Relatives and Friends of At. C. S. Tynan. Pine Street. North Ips rich, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Elms, are nvlted to attend the Funeral of his eceascd Wife, their Sister, and SiBtei' n-law, Annie Lavina Tynan, to leave he Funeral Chapel, Limestone Street, pswich, at 10 o'clock To-morrow (Tues Iny) Mornlnc. for the Crematorium. Mt. Thompson. O. BOTTCHER & SONS, Funeral Directors, Ipswich. VYETII. Mrs. Phyllis, 61 O'Keefe St., Juranda.— The Relatives and Friends of Ar. C. Wyeth, Mr. W. P. Dlxon are espectfully advised ot the death of lelr beloved Wife and Daughter. The 'uneral Is arranged to leave St. Luke's l.C. Church, Buranda, To-day (Mon ay), at 4 o'clock, for South Brisbane 3emetery, arriving 4.20. METRO POLITAN FUNERALS. ? FUNERALS, CREMATIONS METROPOLITAN Funeral Services, 400 Wickham St., Valley. B3990. B4773. Special all night services available. BRISBANE UNDERTAKERS. PTY.. LTD.. Tom Foley. Manager, 521 Stan ey St., South Brisbane. Cremations ar ?anged. J1037 (day and nighti. fOHN Hlslop and Sons, Cremation and I Funeral Directors. 544 Petrle Bight. :ity, Peel St.. S. Brisbane. B8705. J3780. HO ENSURE THAT YOUR WISHES 1 are fulfilled, write to Brisbane Crc Tiatorium Ltd., Room 4, Fourth Floor, Commonwealth Bank Chambers, Queen St., Brisbane. B5844, for form entitle. 'Directions for Cremation at Death,' jlso handbook with full information re 'Cremation & Prepaid Cremation Deeds.' FLORISTS. MONUMENTAL
VALENTINE Florists, Teachers' BIdg., V 83 Elizabeth Street, for distinctive floral art. permanent orders catered for. Ph. B8177. after hours JL8215. 'DETERSEN Bros. & Craig, Pty .,,337 -I- George Street, specialist, floral ^tri butes, cut flowers. B7358. after hrs. B03! CLEMENTS ART FLORISTS (original est. 1893), artistic floral designs. i: Stanley St., nr. Victoria Bridge. J2498, nil hours. E. W. Rose -fc Co., 'Excelsior' Art Florists. 350 George St.. 314 Wlck liam St. B8674. after hours Tws. 280. THOS. PERROTT & SONS, for distinc tive floral work. 272 Queen St.. opp. G.P.O.. and 38 Bowen Bridge Rd. B0391. BERMUDA Art Florists, opp. St. Mar t'n's Hospital, Ann St. B4262. DONOVAN'S. Petrie Bight, next Gow's, wreaths, artificial wreaths. B5597. QTH. Brisbane AM Florists. H. Over © son, 789 Stanley St. Wreaths, bou quets. J3649. After hours. JY8122. A NDREW L. PETRIE. Monumental -ol Sculptor, Cemetery Gates. Toowoni;. Brisbane. Price on application. Twg. 39. EMPLOYMENT WANTED rtARPETS, lounge suites vacuum VJ cleaned. Phone J7359. DISENGAGED, trained nurse, desirous of position in doctor's surgery. CE41. C-Mall. DISCHARGED U.S. Soldier wants any kind of employment, truck driving Is trade. CH17. C-Mall. T\ISENGAGED cook for hotel or guest U house. Apply Town, Country Agency. B7824. 7VSENGAGED capable woman cook, U suit city or suburban hotel; gar dener, _ useful, suit institution. Deakln' l^LDERLY lady, give 3 hrs. light duties, Hi sewing, etc.. week days, return com fortable room, use conveniences, good district, close tram. CD97, C-Mail. 17X-SERVICEMAN, good worker, wants JCj position as swreman packer. Good references. CD13, C-Mall. 'EXPERIENCED senior Steno-Typiste, Jli knowledge office routine and bank Ing, desires position. CA18, C-Mail. EX-SERVICEMAN, experienced, wants position barman or yardman. Mc93, C-Mall. FIRST-CLASS Baker requires perman ent position. Reply CE94, C-Mall. or Phon» J6523. XpOR elderly man, room, caretaker, or JO Hpht duties, good references. CE1, C-Mall. REFINED young lady would care for children daily. CD61, C-Mall. rriRAINED nurse, general cjrtlflca' JL will attend dally, no Sunday. CE40, 'WANTED timber hauling by contract, W go anywhere. T82. C-Mail. WANTED position as 3rd class en Bine driver, go anywhere. CH19, C-Mall. \\T ANTED by experienced dairy farmer, »- share dairy, up to 100 cows. 3 adult male milkers, machines only. CE81. C-Mall. WELL recommended gardener wan garden work. -Full particulars CE72. WOMAN would like do plain sewing & mending. CB56, C-Mall. ? Printed and published for Queensland Newspapers Pty., Ltd., by Albert Royce Woodgate. Batman St.. Clayfleld. Bris bane, at Offlcp of The Courier-Ma .188-298, Queen Street, Brisbane.