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Classified Advertisements Rates: Minimum 10 words \l, then 2/ (or each succeeding 5 words. FUNERAL NOTICES. mini mum 6/ up to 5 lines, then 1/3 l-er line per notice. NOTICE OF ENGAGEMENTS and MARRIAGE NOTICES: Minimum, 7/6 per notice up to 6 lines, then 1/3 per line per notice. Engagements and Marriage Notices must be signed by both contracting parties, and witnessed by Clctgyman, Regis trar, J.P., 01 oilier responsible pcr.'.on Birth Ncticcs must oe properly authenticated by some re.M)O!i:.lh!c person before they cun be Inserted Persons sending Birth Notices and Death Notices by mail must J-.v.-r: then :,ignaturei witnessed cjlljei by J.!'., Clergymnn. or NOTICES OK BiriTHS, DEATHS. BEREAVEMENTS, NOTICES IN MEMORIAM, ROLL OP HONOUR, ond RE TURN THANKS: Minimum 6/ per Notice up to 5 line.i (2*. words), then I/I per lint (5 words). All Classified Advertisement received until 8 p.m., Monday, to Friday, 12 noon, Saturday. 8.30 p.m., Sunday. ? BIRTHS ? BANNING.— To Tom and Jean (nee Nash), at Women's Intermediate, on 27th June— a Daughter (Narelle Elizabeth.   BLAKBURN (Lowoodl.— At Women's Intermediate, 2nd July, to June and Bob— a Son iGary John). Many tthtuil!-. lo Doctor and Nurses in attendance. BULL.— At Toowoomba Mother-' Hos pital,, on June 27th, lo Frank and Iris (nee McLean)— a Daughter (Catherine Joyce). CARTER.— At Women's Intermediate Hospital, on 3rd July, to Jeffrey and Audrey (nee Pollard)— a Son (Brad ley Noel Harry). Brother for Beverley. DAVIES.— To Pot and Jill— a Daugh ter (Sandra Maud). Both well. Born 3rd July. A playmate lor Lyncttc. DOWSWELL.— To Mervln and Rose —a Daughter (Lynette Rose). Both woll. At Women's Intermediate, July ord. HALL.— To Noel and Joyce— a Son (Kenneth Albert), 3rd July, at Women's Intermediate. HODGE.— To Shirley (neo Conwell) and Jack, at Bundab-rg. June 30th— Twin Sons 1 premature. 1. ? JAMES.— To Eric and Noreen (nee Ralncry) — a Son. at Brisbane Women's Hospital. 2nd July 1954. LOGAN.— On 27th June, at Mothers' Horpltal. Toowcomba. to Don and Doria (neo Kleldon). of Gatton— a Son (Robert Dale). MULLAN.— At Women's Intermedi ate. 2/7/54. to Justin and Jean (nee Knight)— a Son (Garry Ernest). MULLINS.— At Women's Intermedi ate, on 2nd Julv — to Bill and Betty— a. Son iGregory James). MURRAY— lo Judltn. Wile 01 John Gavin Murray, at Women's Inter mediate Hospital, on 2nd July— a Daughter. O'MARA.— A-hgrove Hospital, on 2nd ln.M.. to Pat and Ma!— a Daughter (Mary Elizabeth). PERKINS.— At Mothers' Hospital, Tcowoomba, on 2:id July, to Nancy and David— a Son (Donald John). POTTER.— To Ian nnd Margaret (nee Marshall) July 2nd, Women's Inter mediate— a Son (Andrew Ian Nor mun) (Drew). Both well. All our thanks to Dr. Greatgrandson for Mrs. M. A. Marsh; first Grandson lor Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Potter; first Grandson for Mrs.. M. Marshall. RENNER.— To Dorothy and Max— a Bon, 29th June. Brisbane Womcn't Hospital. SODEN.— To Mavis and Frank. 4th July, Women's Intermediate — a Son. WATTERSON.— June and Vlv ai» happy to announce the birth ol a Eon (Gary Wayne), Saturday, 3ra July. WYLIE (nee Anderson).— At Women's Intermediate, 2nd July, to Botty an'd Ian— a Daughter (Heather Eliza beth). Both well. ENGAGEMENTS   BROWN— WAKEFIELD.— The engage ment is announced ol Claire, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wakefleld. Thirteenth Avenue. Ked ron, to James, eldest Son of Mrs. Langridge and the late Mr. W. Brown. Blackwood Road. Manly. DILLON— LOUGHEED. — The en G&gcmcnt is announced of Marie. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lough heed. to Peter, S0.1 of Mr. and the late Mrs. C. Dillon. Lota. HARNEY— O'LEARY.— The engage ment is announced of Elizabeth Ann, youngest Daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. \V. O'Leary. Waliangarra. to Alan Frederick, youngest Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Harney Holland Park. HERRMANN— GREGORY.— The en gagement Is announced of Mavis, youngest Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. J. G. Gregory. Zlllmerc. to Ruesell Edward, only Son of Mr. and Mrs. KLAASSEN— HONEYBONE.— Mr. and Mrs. N. Honeybone. 8 Accession Street, Bardon, have pleasure In announcing thf engagement of their younger Daughter, Nonna Marlon, to Alfred Churles, eldest Son of Mi. and Mrs. V. Klaasstn. Redfcrn Street, Morn inzslde. NUNN— BATE.— The engagement Is announced of Joan Carmel, eldest Daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. F. H. Bate. East Warwick, to Kevin Sidney only Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Nunn Hamilton Street Ipswich. REIKEN— GOOPY.— The engagement Is unnounced of Gloria. Mary, younger Daughter of Mrs. M. and the late J. Goopy of Gordon Park, to Frank (Pat), Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Relken. Ipswich   PRE-MARRIAGES ARMSTRONG— SMILES. — At St. John's Cathedral, on 6th July, at 6.30 p.m., the marriage of Sue, fourth Daughter of Mrs. H. Smiles and the late H. T. Smiles, to Don. second Son of Mrs. L. G. Armstrong. Bondl, Nth. Sydney and the late T. L. Armstrong, will take place. Kev. Roy St. George, M.B.E., of ficiating. SAUNDERS— PETERS.— At St. An drew's Church of England. South Brisbane, by the Rev. Evan Wetherell, at 7 p.m. on 6th July. Dorcen Josephine, eldest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Peters, to Neville Peter, younger Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Saunders.   DEATHS     BLAKE, William Frederick. — On June 24th, aged 69, at B.G.H., be loved Husband of Agnes Christina (Nessie), and Father of John (Mac Kay), Annie (Windsor) Evelyn (Wynnum) and William (Bill) of Mackay. At rest. CULLEN At Nambour on 28th June.   1954. Thomas Johnstone Cullen. In his 81st year, eldest Son of the late David Cullen. Cheltenham, Eng HENRY— Passed away at her resi dence, 107 Herrles Street. Too woomba. June 30. Henrietta Mary. Relict of James Henry, and Mother of Jim (Stafford). Mrs. M. Keating (Ingham). Tom (Wallongarra). Mrs. E. Crowley (Camp Hill). Blessing and Martha ( Toowoomba). Private inter ment. Toowoomba Cemetery. July 1st. 1954. HORNE, Lucy.— At Maryborough on July 5th 1954. beloved Wife of Wil liam Joseph Horne, of 211 Walker Street. Maryborough, and beloved Mother of Norman (Eairnsdale Vic toria), Dudley (Baronia Victoria), Leslie (Biggenden), Robert (Ironpot Creek, via Kingaroy), and Sister of William Young (Begildo), Bert (Begildo), Joseph (Mundubbera). and Fred (Wellington Point), Ivy (Mrs. A. J. Kemp) Charters Towers, and Daughter of Mrs. M. A. Young of Begildo. Aged 59 years. (In God's Care) .   IN MEMORIAM ALTHOUS (nee Harvey).— In loving memory of our dear Sister. May, who passed away 6th July, 1948. Your memory Is a keepsake. With which we will never part. Inserted by her loving Brother and Elster-ln-low, John and Glad. . ANDERSON, Eva Evelyn.— In loving memory of my darling Wife, called to rest, 0/7/51. Brave, Sunny Eva, still loved, still missed. Inserted by Vic. ANDERSON, Eva. (nee Webb). — In loving memory of my dear Daughter, departed this lite 6th July, 1951. ' Too dearly loved to be forgotten. Inserted by her loving Mother. ANDERSON ? Loving memories 01 our dear Sister. Sister-in-law, and Aunty, Eva, passed away 6th July, 1951. Always remembered. Res, Jess. Stan. Psm. and Faml ARMSTRONG.— In loving memory of Wilfred (Bill) Armstrong, passed away July 6th, 1953. Thy Will Be Done. Inserted by his Wile and Son, Polly and Jack. BALKE, Amelia.— in loving memory of our dear Wife and Mother. Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, who passed away on 6th July. 1S52. To have her back In the same old way. Would be our dearest wish to-day. For we who loved her shall never Sweet peace the gift of God's love. Inserted by her loving Husband and Daughters Edna and Alice. Sons-in-law, Stan and Kay, and Grandchildren. BLAKE, Rosa (Nan).— in loving memory of our dear Sister, July 6th, 1951. Sadly missed, but always remem bered. BROWN, James Edward.— In loving memory of my dear Husband, our Father, who passed away 6th July. 1052. Badly missed and forever in our thoughts. Inserted by his loving Wife and Family. BYRNE, John Wall.— In loving mem ory of my beloved Husband, our Father, Father-in-law, and Grand father, who passed away 6th July, 195J. At rest. Inserted by his loving Wife and family.

IN MEMORIAM CARSELDINE, David John.— In lov ing memory of my dear Husband, our Father, Fathcr-ln-1-w, orajid lather. and Oreat-grandfather. who passed away July 6th, 1948. Although his voice Is silent. And his smile wo see no more. Wo will always have fond memories Of one we loved so dear; Time haj passed still we miss him, Words wou.d fall our love to tell. But In Heaven we hope to meet him. Jc-un doelh all things well. Inserted by his loving Wife and Family. CARSELDINE., David John.— In lov ing memory of our dear Father. Father-in-law. Orandftther, and Great-Grandfnther, who pa-sed awa- or. July 6th, 1948. Until memories fade and life depart!,, He'll be forever In our hearts. Inserted by Connie, Harry, and Families. COCKBURN, Alexander James. — In loving memory of my dear Son and our Brother, who passed away 5th July, 1952. He wo'.ild not ask for grieving, He would not ask for tears; But Jun lo be remembered Through the po'slng years. Always r-membered by his loving Mother. SIMers. ond Brothers. COGHILL.— In loving memory of my beloved Wile and our Mother. Catharine Lnulsla, who passed away uln July. 1563. She was a Mother so very rare, Content at home and always there, A beautiful soul In a garden of rest. It Is true what they say, God chooses the best. Inserted by Dad, Ivy, and Phyllis. DROUYN. Dorothy Lily (late Mrs. H. Hansford). — In memory of my dear Sister, Dorothy, who passed away July 6th, 1942. Inserted by her loving Brother, Douglas Drouyn FEIGE, George Arthur.— In lovlne memory ol our dear Son and Brother, who passed away Pth July, 1951. HI; beautllul life came to an end. He died as he llvi-d, Everybody's friend. His memory will never grow old. Inserted by his Mother and Family. GILLINGWATER.— In loving n.emory 01 my dear Mother, Mother-in-law. Hr.d Grandmother. Mary Ann, -vho patted away on 6th July, 1948. Looking back with tenderness, Along the path you trod. We bless the y-ars you had with us. And leave the rest to God. Inserted by her Daughter. Daisy. Scn-ln-law, Charlie, and Grand children, Jean and Charlie. GILLINGWATER. Mary Anne. - Treasured memories of my Mother. Mother-in-law, and Gran, who away on 6th July, 1948. lo be with you In the same old way Would be our dearest wish to-day. Charlie, Vcra, and Family. HORE, Myra.— In loving memory o! my dear Wilr, who passed away Bin July, 1951. Beyond the sunset a glad reunion. inserted by her loving Husband. HORE.— In loving memory of 'Mum.' n-ho passed away on July 6th, 1951. Always remembered by Valda. Jack, and Family. HORE, hiyra.— In loving memory ol jur dear Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grandma, who was called to rest, 5lh July, 1901. Forever In our thoughts. Remembered by Elwyn, Ron, and Family. HORE, Myra.— Passed away 6th July, 1951. Sadly missed, never forgotten, inserted by Gladys, Arthur, and family. KUMMERFELD. Henry Charles. - In loving memory of my dear Hus band and our Father, who passed iway 6th July, 1952. Always remembered. Inserted by his loving Wife and Children. LARSON.— In memory of my dear ?/lie, our Mother. Auntie. Daughter n-law, Annie Emma L*arson, who jisscd away 6/7/53. --vlng and kind in all her ways. Upright and Just to the end of her days. Lovingly remembered by her Hus :ond. Family, all Relatives. LARSON.— Treasured memories ol )ur dear Friend. Annie, who left us suddenly, 6/7/53. Dften we 6pcak of the one who has gone. renderly we think of the past. Memories grow dearer as life travels F'or thoughts and remembrances last. In memory of the days when we »ere all together. Dorrle. Lizzie, and LEIGHTON. Robert. — In lovlnB nemory of my Husband and our Jad, who died July 6th, 1053. A day to remember, Eaa to recall. Without farewell. You left us all. Inserted by his Wife and Family. MARTIN, Mabel Dorothy.— In lov ing memory cf our dear Wife and Mother, who passed away on July ilh. 1948. Ever remembered by her loving Husband and Daughter. MARTIN, Mabel. — In loving memory of my dear Friend, Mrs. Martin, who passed away July 6th. 1948. Loved, remembered, longed for always. — Inserted by Beryl. McDOWELL, I. M. (Doonie). — In loving memory of my dear Wife who passed away 6th July, 1951. Always remembered. — Inserted by her loving Husband McDOWELL. — In loving memory of 'Doonie,' who passed away   6th July, 1951. May her soul rest in peace. — Inserted by Bert and Neil. MENGEL, Frederick William. — In loving memory of our dear Husband, father Father-in-law and   Grandfathcr, who passed away     6th July, 1950. Although his voice is silent, And his smile we see no more, In our hearts, his memory lingers, Just as fondly as before. — Inserted by his loving Wife and Family. MITCHELL. — In loving memory of my dear Daughter. Jean, who passed iway at Emerald on 28th June, 1935. Inserted by Mother and Sister. MOORE, Frederick Charl;s.— In lov ng memory of my loving Husband, ?ather, Father-in-law, and Grand ether, who passed away 6th July. 946. Always remembered by his loving Wife and Family, Vera, Rene. Kenny, Stanley, and Ron, and Grandchildren, md Sons-in-law. NOE, Ernest Allen. — In loving nemory of my beloved Husband, who vent to sleep on 6/7/53. ?Vlth tears I watched you sinking, And watched you lade away; : tended you with every care, But could not make you stay, [ sat beside your bedside, As the lone'.y hours passed; vly heart was sad and breaking When you slowly breathed your last. vlay God grant you everlasting peace. Lovingly remembered bv his lov ing Wife Malste. NOE. Ernest Allen. — In loving memory ol dear Daddy, who went to sleep on July 6th, 1953. Nightly the ftais ale 6hlnlng On a grave not far away, Where we laid our darling Daddy Just a year ago to-day. Inserted by his loving children, Fay and Darryl. NOE, Ernest Allan.— In loving memory of our dear Brother-in-law and Uncle, who passed away 6th July, 1953. Ever remembered 'by Roy, Ivy. and I* amlly. OLLENBURG.— In loving memory of my dear Wife, Gwen, who passed iway 6th July, 1951. Lovingly remembered. ^Inserted by her loving Husband, OLLENBURG.— In loving and ever lasting memory of our dear Sister and Aunt, Gwen. who passed away at Woody Point. July 6th. 1951. At peace with God Inserted by her Sister Truda, Nephew Ronald Evans. O'SULLIVAN. — Tribute to the memory of Margaret Jane— Relict ol the late Timothy O'Sulllvan. died July 6th. 1952. R.I. P. ^Inserted by Daughter Ellen (Vic QUELHURST, Frederick.-In fond nemory of my dear Husband and rather, who passed away July 6th, 1953. Lovingly remembered, inserted by his lovlne Wife and QUELHURST. Frederick.— In loving memory of our dear Father and; Grandfather, who pa-ed away 6th July. 1953. Alwava remembered. By his Wife and Family. ROBERTSON. Rose.— Died 6th July, 1003, at 'Cumbrae,' Arthur Street, Tenerltfe. Dearly loved Mother of Maggie and' James 'Now united.' I ROUND. — In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother Albert, who passed away on 6th July 1942. Ho has gone to rest, and he Is sadly missed. Inserted by his Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sister. SAWYERS, John. — In memory of our Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle, passed away suddenly 6th July. 1B53. In God's care. Lovingly remembered by Jimmy, Maud, and Family. SHEARGOLD, Thomas Charles. — In loving memory of my dear Hus band, who fell asleep July 6th, 1847 God's greatest gift— remembrance. Inserted by his loving Wife. STEER, Caroline Hester. — A tribute to the memory ol our Mother, who died July 6th. 1946. God's greatest Bllt — remembrance. Inserted by her Son, Daughters, Sons-in-law. Daughter-in-law, and Grandchildren. THOMSON, Robert Morrison. — In loving memory of my dear Hus band, Father. Father-in-law, and Grandfather, who passed away 6th July, 1952. In the garden of memories w» meet every day. Inserted by his lovlnE Wlf* and Family. THOMSON (sen.). Robert Morrison. — In fond remembrance of our Father' and Father-in-law, who passed away 6/7/52. Inserted by Bob and Lil. THORNTON, Eliza. — Treasured memories of our Gran. Remembered by Tom Olive, Kevin, Roly Holt. WRIGHT, Amy Ellenor. — Fond memories of Amy, - passed to her rest 3 years ago. Hlrell. YUNKER, George Frederick. — In loving memory of my dear Husband and our. Father, who passed away suddenly, on 6th July, 1949. Ever remembered. Phyl. Roslyn. and Peter.

ROLL OF HONOUR DARK, G. W.— In memory ol NX84340. L./Cpl. O. W. Dark, killed 1945 Ballkpnpan, 6th July. Inserted by 2'25 Au-t. Inf. Bn. FRENCH, Sgt. G. A.. No. 1933. 11th   y«ht HorDe, 1st A. I. F. -Lovingly re HARRINGTON.R.-I?,lydn,'emo0rnye'ol NX1793-.-. Pte R. Harrington, killed In action, Ballkpapan, 6th July. 1945. HIGGINS, W. ftX16243. L./Sgt. w. inggms. killed in action, Ballkpapan, July 6th. 1945 HINDMARSH.     R. E. J. Hindmarsh, isili Batt.. *?'{;. U11_-1 In action Bougainville, on his 2Slh blrtMdny. July 6th. 1945. Bo dfar'.y loved. Bo tartiy missed. . By.hls loving Family. JARVIS. William.-In loving memory acton Ballkpapan, July 6th. 1945. » J liwl «ll the world to give, I'd give It. ics and more, Just to see my darling Son, , Conia walking through the door. JARVIS, Private William.— In loving 't'inmj?ryi of my darling Brother Bill. Gthf 1R45 ''''' BallltP'*''n. J«'y A. thought for to-day, A memory forever. BaVn^nd Wn*'11 ^ Mn'' JARVIS. William.— In loving memory of my dorllng Brother, Brotherln aw and our Uncle, killed In action In Ballkpapan, July nth, 1945. p-ar Id his memory, Loved Is his name. Deep In our hearts. JARVIS. Priva'c w'mi'am.— Raered to Uir, '''''nory of my darling Brother J^ BM,° ^L mM *-»''--?'*'? You 1-ft us nine years ago, Jlut we could r.ot say goodbye, ' ror wp were many miles away, When thev told us you had died. But(l loved you In life. I love you A*jorgef as I live. BUI, I'll never NoRr£^J,C,d'dFam.?vW!VyS' ThC'Tm' JARVIS.— In memory of Private William Jarvls, kllleo in action at Ballkpapan. July 6th, 1945. Ever remembered with love by Sister and Brother-in-law, Belte and Arch In England. JARVIS, W.— in memory of QX4928D. _?«? W. Jarvls, killed In action. Eallkpapan fith July. 1945. LYNCH Memory'' ofour   ilarlliig Son and Brother. Trooper Kevin Lynch. 2/3rd Commandos, who war, kllied In action at Borneo, fith July. 1945. also a tribute to his Pal Tf,°,?p-Lr. Ray Cllento. who was killed with him. You will never be forgotien. Inserted ? bv his loving Mother, 'ather. Sisters and Brothers. Dorcen MALONE.— in proud ond Invlns mc-mory of our dear Son and Brother, Pilot-Officer Alan Joseph Malonc, R-A.A.F reported nlsr.lng July 6th. 1943, also a trlb-jte to the four members of his crew, also missing. God's greatest gift— remembrance. Inserted by his lovlne Parents and MARXSON. Harry John.— In loving memory of my near Son. Brother and Brother-in-law. OX58I43. Ptc. Harry John Marxjon. who died of r3°45ndS '' S'1'''1'''1- 8tl' July Wo think of you In silence, And make no outward show. But what it means to lose you, No one will ever know. Inserted by his loving Mother and family. MARXSON. H. J.— In memory nl QX58143. Pte. H. J. Marxson. dlfd of wounds. Ballkpapan, eth July. 1946. MEREFIELD.—     memory of our dear Son and Brother. AC1 Edward George Mere Sth-1'l9142AAF' 1C''ed '' dUly July Lovingly remembered by his Mother. Brothers. Sisters. O'DWYER, Noel.— Lost at sea, 1st— 6th July, 1942, Monte Video Maru, outside Luzon. Never forgotten By 'Dooley.' PUGH.— in loving memory of my fear Husband Sydney Pueh NX288o4, ind 5th A.O.H.. who departed this Ifc 6th July. 1953. Peace perfect peace. Inserted bv his loving Wife, ^ecllle and Son. Max. WALTON, T. B.— in memory of NXI364a9. L./Cpl. T. B. Walton, tilled in action, Balikpapan, 6th July. li.serted by 2/25 Aust. Inf. Bn. WHITCOMBE, W. J.— In memory of NX138103. Pte. W. J. Whltcombe killed In action. Ballkpapan. July 5th, 1945, inserted by 2,25 Au-t. Inf. Bn. WILSON.— In honoured and loving memory of our dear Son. 405371 Bgt. Robert William (Bob). Wilson, R.A.A.F.. killed In air operations In Middle East. July 6th. 1942. Inserted bv his loving Parents. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES RELATIVES of the late Willy Bachman wish lo THANK Relatives ind Friends lor cards and flowers n their sad loss. THE FAMILY of the late EMILY ELIZABETH BEAUMONT sin- :erely THANK all Kind Relatives, l-'rlends. Neighbours, foi their lloral tributes, telegrams, cards, and per sonal words of sympathy In their icccnt sad btrcavcmeni. Please ac :ept this as our personal thanks. MRS. W. R. BLAKE and FAM- ILY, wish to THANK Dr. In attend ance and Nurflng Slaff of Ward 1A, E.O.H.. Rev. Hommensen. all kind Relatives. Friends ar.d Neighbours for cards, tclcRrams and letters, mes- 1 sage:, of sympathy. In their recent :ad bereavement. Please accept this ao our personal thanks. MRS. D. COOMBER wishes to THANK kind Relatives and Friends. Woodcraft Co.. for their floral tributes, cards, telegrams of sym pathy In her recent sad bereavement; also Doctors, Nursing Staff. Auxili ary Ho'.pltal for kind attention. Please accept this as personal thanks. MRS. ADA COX. MR. AND MRS. KEITH COX. MR. AND MRS. LEONARD COX, MR. AND MRS. SAM WELSH wish to sincerely THANK the Employees of Leslie Foot wear. Gollln -fc Co., Doctor. Matron, and Stalf of Bcrilda Private Hos pital, and all kind Friends. Ncigh -ours, and Relatives for their floial tributes, letters', cards, and mes sages of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. In the loss of her beloved Hus'jand and their Father. Leslie Norman Cox. Please accept this as our personal thankF. MR. and MRS. W. DONALD and FAMILY wish to sincerely THANK ill Friends and Relatives for their tloral tributes and messages and -lndness In their recent sad loss of their loving Mother and Grand-   nother, Mrs. H. I. Donald. Please jeeept this as our personal thanks. MRS. CATHERINE ??ELLIOTT?? .   AND WAL, 53 Jean street. Wilston. wish to THANK all kind Relatives and Friends for their kind expres sions of sympathy and floral tribute In their sad bereaveinem. MRS. R. GROVER. ALLEN and   MARY COLLIE. wish to THANK   Relatlvr.--. Neighbours. Friends, for messages of sympathy and floral tributes. In their recent sorrow. Please accept this- as our personal thanks. MRS. M. M. JOLLIFFE AND FAMILY. 123 Sandgate Road. Albion, wish to sincerely THANK Rev. Father Aidan, Management. Stalf, and Employees of Eagers Service. Newstead. Davis and Sons. Council Employees. Luggage Point. Rela tives and Friends for their floral tributes, messages, and cards of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Flease accept this as our personal thanks. THE FAMILY of the late MRS. A. MANN. Hudson Road, Wooloowin, wish to sincerely THANK all Rela tives. Friends, and Neighbours for messages of sympathy in their re cent sod bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. THE FAMILY of the late MICHAEL O'BRIEN. Yuleba, sin cerely THANK Relatives. Friends lor floral .tributes, caids, telegrams In their recent tad bereavement. Please accept this as our personal thanks. THE FAMILY of the late SARAH O'LEARY. of Premier Street. Oxley, sincerely THANK Father Carmlchael and Father Clifford, the Staff cf the Gre-ham Hoiel. all kind Relatives. Neighbours. and Friends for assistance rendered, also for Masses, telegrams, cards, floral tributes and personal expressions ot sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this «s our personal thanks. FUNERAL NOTICES   BONSEY.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Vivian George Bonsey, Geoff. Keith, and Joan, are respectfully In-   vited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their Mother, Muriel Aldyth Bonsey, of 15 Oliver Street, Nundah, to leave the Presby- terian Church, Boonah, after Service, commencing at 3 o'clock This (Tues day) Afternoon, for the Boonah Cemetery. J. R. SOMERVILLE, Funeral Dlrec BONSEY.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnston, Boonah, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Rose. Boonah, Mr. and Mrs. R. McCoombs, Boonah, Mr. and Mrs. S. Spratt. Murgon, Mrs. E. Bonsey. Hendra. and Families, arc respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral of their Daugh ter. Sister. Sister-in-law, ? Aunt, and Daughter-in-law, Muriel Aldyth Bon- sey. 15 Oliver Street. Nundah, to leave as per family notice. J. R. SOMERVILLE, Funeral Dircc to-, Boo-iah. BOYD.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. J. Boyd. Miss V. Boyd, Mr. R. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. T. Cocking and Family (Coorani. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Innis. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boyd (Bowcn Hills). Mrs. M. B. Whear (Bowen Hills) and Family. Mrs. A. Boyd (Sydney). Mr. S. J. Hobson (Coboolture). Ml-s A. Dohcrty (Caboolture). and Mrs. C. A. Walz (Nundah) and Family are in vited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband. their Father, Father-in-law. and Grandfather. Brother. Brother-in-law, and Uncle, William John Boyd. of 5 Splcer Street. Gymple (late 1st A.I.F.). to move from Jack Corncs' Funeral Chapel. Gymple, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 3.15 o'clock, for the Gymple Cemetery. ALEX. GOW and JACK CORNES. Funeral Directors. JENKINSON.— Relatives and Friends of Mr. Charles Moffatt Jenklnson, formerly of Lancaster Road. Ascot, are Invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane. This (Tues day) Morning, at 11 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. Service at 10.45. No flowers by request. JOHN HISLOP 4: SONS. PTY., LTD.. Funeral Dlrecton.

FUNERAL NOTICES JENKINSON.-Queensland Masonic Club, The Members are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Foundation President and Life Mem ber, Charles Moffatt Jenkinson, to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Peel Street, South Brisbane, as per above notice. By Order. E. Dewar, Secretary. JENKINSON.— Loyal Trlnce George Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F. Officers and Members are invited to attend the Funeral ol their late Bro. C. M. Jenklnson. to leave the Funeral Chapel, 17 Pi-r-1 Btrcr-l. South Bris bane, as above notice. By Order nl Hie Secretory. KENNY, Owen P.— The Relatives anr- Friends of Mrs. A. K. Kenny, Mr.iy, John, and Bernodctte are in v,ted to attend the Funeral of her b?!ovcd Husband and their Father. O»en Patrick K-nny, of 62 Win chester Street, Hamilton, to leave ISt. Cecilia's Church. Hants Street. ! Hamilton. This Tuesday, at 9.30 ,«.m.. lor Nudgce Cemetery. Mass 1 at (1.30 a.m. No flowers by re 1 quest. K. M. SMITH. KENNY, Owen P.— The Relatives and Filcnds o( Mr. and Mrs. P. Kenny. Mrs. L. Kenny, Mr. and Mrs II. Kenny and Families. Mr. and Mrs. C. Elml-tcr, and Mr S. (lodchye ore invited lo attend ' the Funeral ol their beloved Brother, niothcr-ln-lnw. ond Uncli-. Owen livlN0Uc^Cn'y' '° ''' HS P' P'm- K. M. SMITH. KENNY. Owen P.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs F. Ciisock, Mr. and Mrs. J. j. Cusack. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cusack, Mr. and Mrs. J. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. T. Pcttlnson and Pamllles. and Miss fc. Cusack are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Brother in-law. Owen Patrick Kenny, ' to Icnve as per Family Notice. K. M. fcMITH. KNOWLES. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Knowles (Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Knowles and Family, London, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Knowles and Family, Katoomba, Mr. and Mrs.   Reg Knowles and Family, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tomkin and Family, Brisbane, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father, Father-in-law, and Grandfather, Mr. Samuel Knowles, to leave the Albert St. Methodist Church, on conclusion ol Service, commencing This (Tues- day) Morning at 10 o'clock, for the Nundah Cemelcry. CANNON to CRIPPS, LTD., A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors. KUSSMAN. — The Relatives »nd Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuss man, Florence St.. Ascot. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Kussman are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Wsler, SIster-ln-law. and Aunl. Miss nebe Kutsman.'to 1-ave thr Funeral Parlour. 45 Adelaide St.. city. Thls iTuesday) Morning, after s-rvlce. commencing at 10.15 o'clock, for Ihe Crematorium. Ml. Thompson. Cut I 'CANNON' & CRIPPE. LTD.. I A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors. I

FUNERAL NOTICES LEUTTON. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. H. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Leutton. Mr. and Mrs. C, Leutton. Mr. and Mrs. T. Gwyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. Leutton, Mr. and Mrs. K. Denardo. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fisher and Families are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother. Mother-in-law, Grandmother, and   Great-grandmother, Mary Ann Leut ton, of 152 Montague Road, West End, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight. This (Tuesday) Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Lutwyche Cemetery. Service 1.15 p.m. AI.EX. OOW. Funeral Director.   McCABE, Mrs. Edith D.— The Rela- tives and Friends of Mr. W. A. (Whopper) McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Jennings ("Alma Vale." Greenmount.) are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother, and Mother-in-law, Edith Dagmar McCabe, of 145 Race- course Road, Ascot, to leave the Funeral Chapel. 95 Wickham Street, Valley. This Tuesday, at 11 a.m.. for the Crematorium. Mt. Thomp- son. Service at 10.45 a.m. Cut flowers by request. K M. SMITH. MCDONALD. Miss Judith A.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDonald. Robert McPherson and Ray Morse are In vited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Daughter, Sister and Fiance , Judith Ann McDonald, of 5 Harding   Street, Auchenflowcr, to leave the Methodist Church. Munro street, Auchenf lower. To-morrow, Wednes day, at 2 p.m.. for Toowong Ceme tery. Service at 1.45 p.m. K. M. SMITH. ? MELVILLE, Mr Lindsay Charles. 11 McGregor Avenue. Windsor. — Rela tives nnd Friends of Mrs. L. C. Me'.vllle. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hall (Murwlllumbahi. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Olrle arc respectfully advised that the Funeral of her beloved Husband. Ihelr Father and Father-in-law is appointed lo leave the Parlour 400 Wickham St. Valley. To-day (Tues day), for Ml. Thompson Cremator ium, on conclusion of service, com mencing at 3.15 p.m. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS.' PEARSON, Marilyn Ann, 35 Flor f.ncc Street, Wynnum.— Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Trarron and Loralnc are respectfully Informed of the death of their be loved Daughter and Sister. The Funeral Is appointed to leove the Parlour, 4(10 Wickham Street, To-day, Tuesday, at 1 p.m., for Mt. Thomn -o.n Crematorium. Cut flowers by request. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS.

FUNERAL NOTICES PEARSON, Marilyn Ann.— Relatives and Friends of- Mr. and Mm, A. Mhnn and Family are respectfully Inlormed of the death of their be loved Niece and Cousin. The Fun err.l Is appointed to leave as per above notice. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS. REGAN. Patrick J.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. V. Callaghan. Mr. and Mrs. S. Oraham. Mr. and Mr.-. G. Warlow, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. E. omndy. Mr. C. Conlcy and Families, ond Mr. P. F. Regan are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Father. Fnther-ln-law and Grandfather. Patrick James Regan, of Bccond Avenue. Sandcate (form erly of East Brisbane 1. to leave Bt. Benedict's Church. Mowbray Ter race. East Brisbane. This Tuesday, at 2 p.m., for Bullmba Cemetery. Mrss At 6.30 a.m. K. M. SMITH. TOLSON.— The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Agnes TolETm. of Eudlo. Mi. ond Mrs. A. Spenco iBeaudcserti, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tlnnery (Ravons hoei, Mr. ond Mrs. c. Hepplt (Ravenshoci. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc Dougall (Dutton Paikl. Mr. ond Mrs. H. Wright (neaudesert). Mr. and Mrs. T. Tolson (Caloundro), Mr. M. Tolson (Eudlo). and Families are In vltcd to intend :hc Fuiicrn! of her beloved Husband. ihelr Father, Fathcr-ln-law Grandfather. nnd Great Orandfather, Arthur Tolson, to leave the Methodist Church, Eudlo. after Service commencing at 1.15 p.m., To-day (Tuesday), for the Woombye Cemetery. F. F. TAUDEVIN. Funeral Director, TOLSON.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tolson. Maroochydore Mr. and Mrs. G. Lander (Eudlol, Mr. K. Maddock (Mooloolah). Mr. A. Maddock (New Guinea) are Invited lo attend the Funeral o( their beloved Brother and Brother-in-law. Arthur Tolson. lo leave the Methodist Church Eudlo, as per family notice. F. F. TAUDEVIN Funeral Direc tor, Nombour. TONNER. — The Relatives and Friends of the late Euphemla Ton ne:, of 30 Waghorn Street. Ips wich. Widow' of the late Daniel Tonncr. arc Invited to attend her Pur.eral, to leave St. Mnry's Church. Ipswich, Bt 3.15. This .(Tuesday) Afternoon. lor the Ipswich Ceme lcry. MflfS at 6.30 a.m. O. BOTTCHER k SON, Funeral Directors. Ipswich. MONUMENTAL . ANDREW L. PETRIE. Monumental Sculptor. Cemetery Gates, Too wcms._JJ3E44, U3969.

FUNERAL NOTICES WEST, Mrs. Sabina Elizabeth, Jack- son Estate. Crlbb Island. — R.A.O.B.G.A.B. Member* of Lodge Newmarket No. 355 ore requested to attend the Funcial ot the late S. E. West, Mother of Bro. .1. E. Went, to leove the parlour. 400 Wlckliom Street. To-doy (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for Lutwyche Cemetery. METROPOLITAN FUNERALS WILSON. — The Relatives and Friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Wilson, and Russell and Worrcn. of Lawrence St.. North Ipswich, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their helovcd Son and Brother, Donald Douglas Wilson, to leave St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church North Ipswich, after service, commencing ot 11 o'clock, To-morrow (Wednes day) Morning, for the Ipswich Cemetery. O, BOTTCHER A SON, Funeral Directors, Ipswich. FUNERALS, CREMATIiQnT 171 UN ERA L SERVICE? . JOHN HISLOP As SONS. PTY., LTD.. OFFICE AND FUNERAL CHAPEL (ONLY ADDRESS), 17 Peel Street, SOUTH BRISBANE. Phones J37B0 and J4017. ? FLORISTS AT LONDON AMERICAN FLOR ISTS, WREATHS, BOUQUETS, CUT FLOWERS. 257-259 Edward Street. FA1056 und FA1092. A/H. U2709. BERMUDA. Bouquets, Wreaths. 329 Adelaide St. 116161. Nt. JW2079. CLEMENTS ART FLORISTS. Ar tistic wreaths and sheafs. 131 Stanley St. (Est. 1897). J2498, all MYONA Flr-lsts fol quality. 225 GeorKC St. B9564, UW104B. 1 PETALS (or Wreotns. Cut . Flowers, membrr INTERFLORA. Adelaide Street. B8413. 'VVREATHS AT SHORTE3T 1- NOTICE. BC27O. night MU3491. Danlell Art Florist.-. ? CARDS, INVITATIONS HAVE E. Sydc- & Co.. Printers. 10 Anncrlry Road, Slh. Bris bane, attend your requirements. Wed ding Invltatlrns. etc. Phone J1349. W'EDDINOS, 21 st Birthday Inv! -- tatlons printed. Samples, price sent on request. H. R. Percy. 6th Floor. A.M. P., Bldg., Brisbane B4536. WEDDINGS INVITATIONS. Fither engraved or printed In correct style on hand-made papers. Sec samples at Jack-on -k O'Sul llvan, Pty.. Ltd., Printers. Queen Street. Brisbane.