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ANTHONY. - On October lb. at n W.H.. to Elsie and Bert - a daughter (Wendy Joy). (Sister for

june and Oail.)

ATKINSON (Foster).-On Octo v,r "o at Korumburra Hospital, X judith and Tony-a son.

BLIZZARD (Fleming). - On october 20. Windermere private hos Siui Armadale, to Wilma and

a son (Robert Gordon) (Both «'di-)

CHISHOLM (Bramich). ^- On October 18. at Frankston Commun liv Hospital, to Gwenda and John

_a son. j

DELLAR (McKean). - On Octo h,r in at Fairbank, Box Hill, to Barbara and Tom - a ? son (Gregory Allan). (Brother for Bev.)

ELLETT.-On October 6. at Koo vee-rup. to Heather and Wal-a daughter (Margaret Jean).

ELMORE (Winter). - Gwynne I ,nd Stan are happy to announce

itu birth of Pamela Rose at St.! Omer, on October 18.

EVANS.-On October 21. at St. I Andrew's Hospital, to Marlon and Stanley-R daughter.

GALLAGHER (McDonald). - At Brighton Community Hospital, to janette and Ian-a son (lan Hugh). (Both well.)

HALL (Pratt). – On October 20, at Mercy Hospital, to June and Bob – a son (Robert Alexander).

HAMBLIN (Prowse). –On October 19, at Mena House, to Joan and

Peter –a son.

HARDEMAN (Davies). – On   October 18, at St. George's, to Pat and Alan –a son. (Both well.)

HAW (Rodgers). – On October 25, at Queen Victoria Hospital, to Sheila and Ken – a daughter (Linda Patricia). (Both well.)

HICKEY (nee Slater). –On Oc- tober 10, at Kerang District Hos- pital, to Joan and Noel –a daugh-


HOLMES (Coghlan). – On Octo- ber 19, at Creswick Hospital, to Margaret, wife of Bill – a daugh- ter (Julie Anne).

LOVICK (Kearn). – On October   12, at Mansfield district hospital, ta Aileen and Keith – a son. (Both well.)

MATT (nee Graham-Measor). –

At Moorabbin Community Hospital,

to Honor and Don – a daughter   (Julie Ann). (Both well.)

MATTHIES (Philpot). –On Octo- ber 13, at Stradbroke private hos- pital, Leongatha, to Jean and Ivan –a daughter (Diane Margaret).

McCALLUM (McSwain). – On

October 20, at Bethesda, to Joan and Iain – a daughter (Heather Joan). (Both well.)

McMANUS (McNeil). –On Octo- ber 7, at Sea Lake B.N.H., to Chick and Keith –a son.

MEADOWS (Carr). –At Mosgiel, to Elaine and Ken –a daughter (Glenys Evaline). (Both well.)

O'BRIEN (nee Thomson). – On

October 21, at St. Vincent's, to Carmel and John –a son.

PENNEY (Darvas). – On Octo- ber 20, at Footscray Hospital, to Patricia and Max – a daughter   (Janine Lorraine). (Caesarean Birth.) (Both well.)

REID (Howman). – On October 17, at Queen Victoria, to Joan and Bob – a daughter (Elma Joan).

RELF (Thomas). –On October 21,

at Bethesda –a son, to Sue and


RICHARDS. – On October 17, at Bethesda Hospital, to Joan and Colin –a son.

ROFFEY (Skerry). – On October 21, at Margaret Coles, to Pat and

Max –a son (Paul Craig), a brother

for Mark.

SHELL. – On October 4, at Tra-

ralgon, to Nancy and Doug – a

daughter (Robyn Lynette).

SHIELDS. –On October 20, at Seymour Memorial Hospital,

Enid and Irvine –a daughter. (Both


STEWART (Pitts). – On October   20, at Kia-Ora, Regent, to Molly and Bob –a daughter (Linda Chris- tine). (Both well.)

TULLY (Hill). – On October 17, at Mosgiel, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tully – a son.

WILKINSON (Morcom). – On October 20, at St. George's Hos- pital, Kew, to Phyl and Les – a daughter (Meryl Joy). (Both well.)

WINDSOR (Hnrvey). –Adrienne and Rob are happy to announce arrival of Paul Leonard at Epworth on October 21. (Both well.) (Brother for Mark.)


GAY–BRAY. – Mr. and Mrs. James Bamford Gay, of Grey- holme, Lalbert, have pleasure in announcing the 50th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated on October 25, 1905, at Napoleons Congregational Church, by Rev. G. A. Williamson Legge.


ANDERSON. – On October 20, Charles, dearly beloved brother-in- law of Maisie and Ted Douglas, loved uncle of John and Dorothy. –Thy will be done.

BAKER. – On October 20 (sud- denly), at 5 Waterloo street, Cam- berwell, Alice May, eldest daughter of the Rev. W. Allen (deceased), sister of H. W. Allen (deceased), Dr. L. H. Allen (Canberra), Sir Carlton Allen (England), Mr. Har- rison Allen (Sydney), and Mrs. V. P. Phillips (Sydney). (Privately in-


BAKER. - On October 20, Alice May, dearly loved mother of Mary and son-in-law Donald Stuart.

BAKER. - On October 20, Alice May, beloved mother of Shirley (Mrs. Clemence), grandson Brian

and granddaughter Peggy Clemence.

BAKER. - On October 20, Alice May, much loved mother of Ber nard (Dr. Baker), and daughter-in law Charlotte (Ballarat).

BALMER.-On October 21. at her residence. 5 Dixon street. Men tone Alice Lucy Charlotte, dearly loved wife of Albert, aged 48 years.

DALMER.-On October 21. Alice wy Charlotte, dearly loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Arwuetll. and loved sister of Stuart

(deceased), Eva (deceased), and


¿W'-"'..-°n October 21, Alice, ?". yi 1.0ve? sl8tel' of Gordon, lov JLsister-in-law of Marian and wved aunt of Marie and Keith.

,,B:H'5,,Kli-°» October 21, Alice. ÎOVM'Ï ÏÏ?/1 °f "avis and Phil Ellis, med aunty of Carol and Chrlttlno.

h,?SK'r'V3:J- On'October 21), nt hrt«i!Simc.' Edward Albert (Gurry), híi l, '»»»band ol Blanche Imi tai, devoted lather of Gil, Gurry. w,?.NI,uth-J loved father-in-law of «»Iiis and Gwen, grandfather of

terrel) w'u'»n»- (PHvatoly in

alB,°"OMS. on October 20, I JnL rcs dencc- 3 Fitzgerald rd., ol ft1 ; tftma- do,,rly '°vod wlfe Finf,1?^" Henry, loving mother ol WtairrïS ,'iAIrs- Nicoll). Geoflrcy, S'/'d (Mrs. Cook). Jessie (Mrs. ri!T1 Vs)' - At rest. (Private cremation October 21.)

I«nLresldenc.?' 2 FlUserold rd., t sendon, loved mother-in-law oí fi ¡?.°íeBn-. Hftroln and Jack. Jll.i.?na* 01 J9an and Mac. Val,

Wend4ynda"Fda5p0eter3.,ttln9 a"d faotly: a"ÄAN-, - 0n October 17. at BulmintoJ10ï?lla1' JN"8 Matilda Wife '«,"?' 15J> Douglas parade.

o Rmalinrf,yiilll,m^,jeloved »'other Edwairi) d,(M's. Ross). Ivy (Mrs. IMÏH L cl'11.1' <Ml's. Dean), and Ät iu.ni0' EHM'lCth. Rcileccm and rlZ"11"1"'. Charles (deceased) reunitVJI dn .-M""T"' «nd father reunited. (Privately cremated Octo

!imAH^nï°il'r"' - On October Utanlím A,»<ircw (Peter), ol 31 B«nT»fSl.licl- Blackburn, löved lng fï?h« lr0 ia\" Hannah, lov £=". . °f Aubrey. Reg, and Ida ¡SSS '"««r-ln-law of dot and Md' Alan £ftnd B,her 01 Lyne"e

Alan, Bill, ian, and Alan.


CARLYLE. -On October 21, at Highfield private hospital, Thomas   Carlyle, of 15 Willis street, North Balwyn, beloved husband of Louisa, loving father or Carlyle, Noel, and Donald, and loving grandfather of Richard, Barbara, John. Michael, Mary David. Evan, and Jennifer, aged 76 years. -Always remem


CLARK.-On October 20 at a private hospital. Essendon. Ada, of 10 Nicholson street. Essendon, tho dearly beloved wife of the late Peter Clark, of Ascot Vale, loving mother of Prank (deceased) Aria (Mrs. Schroder). Robert, Fred, and Ralph. In her 05th year. -At rest. (Privntely cremntcd October 21.)

CLARK. - On October 20. al private hospital. Essendon, Ada. beloved wife nf the late Peter Clark, loving mother or Frank (de ceased). Ada (Mrs. Schroder), Robert, Fred, and Ralph, aged 04 years. -At rest.

COC.LIC. - On October 21. nt '.'3 Normanby avenue. Thornbury, ".vert, beloved husband ol thc late Mary Ellen, and loved brother ni ?lossie (deceased), Emmie (Mis. rurner). Lucy (Mrs. Knox). Ethel 'Mrs. Johnson), Percy, Lance, and George, nged 86 years.

COULE. - On October 21, at ?ils residence, 23 Normanby avenue, Thornbury. Fieri, dearly loved rrienri of tho Boyd family. -Sadlv


CROW. - On October 21, nt a private hospital, Minna Hermine, wife of the late Robert Turner Crow, late of Highbury road, Tally Ho, loving mother of Elsie, Mrs. .1. Stocks, William (deceased), Her bert, Leslie, and Elizabeth (Mrs. J. Moore), aged 81 years and nine j months. -Resting.

CROW. - On October 21, at a private hospital. Minna Hermine, loved mother of Elsie and Jim Slocks, loved nanna ot Doug and Beth, and devoted nan of little Julie and Peter. -Sweet rest.

CROW. - On October 21, at a private hospital. Minna Hermine, loving mother ot Les. and mother. n-law of Edie (Stanhope), grand ma of Earle, Mervyn, Robert. Walter, Vnlria, Lisle, Maureen, and Bernie. -At rest.

CROW. - On October 21. Minna Hermine loved mother of Eliza beth and James Moore, loving nan if Les (deceased), Norman, and Lorraine (Cobram), and Jean (A resident of East Burwood for 8i . cars nm! nine months.) -Peace fully sleeping.

CLIFTON.-On October 21, at a private hospital, Rosanna, beloved wire ol the late Alfred Ernest Clif ton, loved mother ot Eva (deceased). Jmi'cncc. Erol, ' Muriel. Mervyn, 3ridle, Lois, and Dolores.

FOX-On October 17. at her residence, Weir street, Euroa, Ann.e Mary, relict or thc late John Thomns. loving mother of Gauld ing (deceased). Dorothy (Mrs. Boll), Julia. Queenie (deceased), John. Clifford. Gladys (Mrs. Matthews), Victor. and Stan (A.I.P., deceased). -Rest after much suffering.

GILL.-On October 21, HI his ionio, No. 247 North road. South Jnullleld, Cecil, dearly loved hus mnd or Ethel Mary.

GILL.-On October 21, al his Hillie, South Caulfield, Cecil bc uvcd brother of Ada (deceased). Mice (deceased), Herbert, Maude i Mrs. Newing), Reginald. and Vivian (deceased).

GILL.-On October 21, nt his lome. No. 247 North ruad, South Caulfield. Cecil, sincere and loved iiiend ot Edith Doro'.hy Deane.

HARPER. - On October 20, at his residence, 142 Albion street, East Brunswick, Frederic Thomas, the dearly beloved husband of Jessie, and loving father of Dorothy (Mrs. Johnstone) and Ellis father in-law of Jim, and Grandfather ot Vivien, and brother of Lou (Mrs. Fisher), aged Ul) years. (Private cremation.)

HASSELL. - on october 21, »1 Mordialloc?. Community Hospital, Ernest Frederick, dearly loved hus band of Beatrice Hassell, of 6l>:< Glenhuntly road, Caulfield, lover! lather of Ernie (Bob), Edna (Mrs Horne), lund tathor-in-lnw ol Gladys anti Bill, dear grandfather of Leonard und Ronald, aged 73


IIIÜMAN.-On October 20, at 1er daughter's residence, HB'I Nepean Highway, Hishelt, Jane, icarlv loved wllo of Charles Mnrk by Hlgman, and loving mother of Jordon «nd Maisie (Mrs}. J. Mat .vhlessun), fond mother-in-law of elsie and John. -Rcqulcscat In pace. (Privately Interred.)

JEWELL. - On October 20, at Dandenong, William, beloved hus- band of Violet, aged 62 years.

JONES. - On October 20, ut urlvatc hospital, Ernest, late of 2it Nicholls road, Ormond, beloved husband ol the late Elizabeth Ann. dearly loved lather of Esnie (Mrs. W Morrison), fond father-in-law of BIM, dear granddad of Barbara and Neville. -So mote it he.

.IONICS. - On October 20, al private hospital, Glenhuntly, Ern est, lover! father of Alma (Mrs S. C. Owen), fond father-in-law or Stan, loved grandpa ol lolir and Pesgy.

KLUG. - On October 17.

Brisbane late ot Glen Iris, Francis Mary, dearly beloved wife of Wil liam Herman, loving motlier of John, also dear mother-in-law ot Sylvia, beloved sister-in-law ol May


LAWLER. - On October 21, at Alfred Hospital, James, of lb Union street, Windsor, deaiiv be loved husband of the late Kath leen, and precious fathor of Doro thy and Ron. -Peacefully sleeo


LYNCH (nee Harrop). - On Oc- tober 17, at her home, 34 Clover- dale ave., Toorak, Doris Eileen, only daughter of the late George and Christina Harrop, of Mount   Macedon, also loving sister of Ken.

MACKINNON.-On Octobor 21 at IB Jerrold' street, Footscray. Wini fred Mary, dearly beloved wife of Janies, loved mother ot Kath (Mrs. Kiely), lan. Maxwell, and David (deceased), mother-in-law of Jack «nd loving nana of Patricia. John. Reward David, and Doreen. -At


MALONE.-On October 21, Mar garet Malone, of Majestic Man sions St. Kilda, beloved daughter

ol thc late John and Mary Malone, f of Koroit. - Requlescat in pace.

McKINNES. - On October 20, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs J. Brett), Mt. Bute, Ellen Lang, widow of the late Donald McKinnes of Harwood, Lake Bolac, and loved mother of Kath- leen (Mrs. L. Page. Wickliffe). Alan (deceased), Hilary (Lake Bolac). Jean (Mrs. A. Torpy, Mincha), Don- ald (Camperdown), and Eva (Mrs. J. Brett, Mt. Bute) aged 79 years

MORGAN. - On October 19, her sixth birthday. Judith Ann, dear ,rn"ddaugluer ol li. «nd w. Yann, niece of Phyllis. Ray, Ian. and Douglas. -Loving memories.

MURRAY. - On October 21. at | orlvate hospital. Brunswick, I'd mund James, dearly loved husbaiH of Graro Emily, ol 15 High street. Sunshine, loved lather of Sta:), Ruby (Mrs. Thorburn), Doris (Mrs Young), Neville, and Lindsay. (Laie of Somerville.)

MURRAY. - On October 21. at Vaucluse Hospital, Edmund James, dearly lovod husband of Emily, 15 HlRh st.. Sunshine (late of Somer ville), loving father or Stanley, Ruby (Mrs. Thorburn), Doris (Mrs. Young), Neville and Lindsay, in his 74th year. - A Patient sufferer at rcBt. (No Howers.)

MURRAY. - On October 21. ut Vaucluse Hospital. Edmund James, loving father of Doris, loved father-in-law of Roglnald, devoted pa of Fairlie and Marina. In his 74th year. - In God's care.

O'BRIEN. - On Octobor 21, at Fairfield Hospital. Christopher Denis Oerard, beloved son of John and Barbara, Malcolm st., Mans tlold, loved little brother of Rose mary, Michael, Donlso (deceased), and Timothy, aged four yen,rs.


I'lERRIiHUMRERT. - on Oc tober 13 (suddenly), at Dandenong. Leslie Arthur, son of the late Ed ward and Hannah Plerrehuinbcrt. of Buln Buln, loved brother of Grace ' (Mrs. Bench, Girgarre), brother-in-law or Arthur, and fond uncle of Betty tMrs Colman), ..ntl 3eryl (Mrs Koch).

QUAYLE. - On October 10. nt his home. 1 Atkins avenue. Glen Iris, Harry Herbert, bnloved son of tho late Robert and Janet Quayle, and lovlns brother of Isabel

(London) and Alex.


RAMSAY.-On October 20. Lil lian Maude. 7 Orange avenue, Can terbury, wife of the late H. J, Ramsay. (Privately cremated.)

RUA!).-Oh October 18, at 202 Tooronga road, Glon Iris, Mary Bell (Molly), dearly beloved daugh ter of John and Jean Read, loved sister of Jean, sister-in-law of Syd, loving aunt of Dianne and Robert. (Privately cremated October 20.) '

..."»VE. - On Octobor 20, at 104 Melville road, Pascoe Vale, Wil liam, of 70 Glendra road, Rip ponlea, beloved husband of tile late, Emily (nee Scarlett), and dearly loved uncle of Jean and Mervyn Langdon,- aged 74 years.

RYAN,-On October 21, at Gipps land Base Hospital, James Cue, of McMillan street, Maffra, beloved husband of Susan, and devoted   fathcr of Doris, and brother of George (deceased). Herbert, Percy (deccased), Harold (deceased), aged   6 years, formerly of Walhalla, and Boer War and 1th Light Horse,  

.st A.I.F.

RYAN.-On October 21, at Gipps land Base Hospital, James Cue.

fond father-in-law of Alan, and devoted grandfather of Peter, Brian, Noel, and Elaine.

WILLIAMSON.-On October 1», at his home. Eastford, Whorouly East, Harry Blackwood, loved hus band of Violet, loving father of Billie. Valerie, Audrey, and Merle, fond brother of Minnie (Mrs. M. Milne). -A patient .sufferer nt



On Active Service

REYNARD. - Loving memories I ut my dear son Jack, died P.O.W., 1042. (Inserted by George and Mary Reynard, Queenscliff.)

TA LINTY li E.-In loving memory uf our dearly loved son, Norman, 3/23rd Btn., nth Div., killed In action, El Alamein. Octobor 23,


Longed for always.

-(Inserted by his loving mother and lather.)

BENIN!.-Loving memories ol Mum, who passed away October 23,

.054. -Always remembered. (Joe| and Marje.)

COCK.-Dearest memories ol a | wonderful father and grandpa, passed away October 22. 1053.

A wonderful dad a loving friend. ! He suffered in silence till the end.

(Inserted by his loving children.]

Jack, Jean, Nola, and grandchil dren.)

CONDON. - Happy memories ol my dear husband, John, also my dear parents, William- and Henri etta Culhane, (inserted by Helena condon.)

DAVIES.-In loving memory of I my husband, Richard, who passed away October 22, 1053. (Inserted

by lils wile, daughter Lynda, and |

son Harold.)

FELLOWES.-Loving memories ol Owen, who lett UB on October 22, 1047. beloved son of Thomas and Flo, fond brother of Vivien, dear grandson of Flo Spence, loved nephew of Arthur and Maisie. -Always remembered.

GILLESPIE, Mabel.-Called home I

October 22. 1054.

Thoughts ol years we shared I

. together.

Hold ' memories that will last tor


-(Mollie and Jim Waddell.)

JAMES. .- Iii memory of my I dear husband Krank, and loved! dad of Dorothy. Estelle, Muriel,

Ilene and Alan. Passed away I october 21. 1053, late of Alexandra.

His life an ever living memory, His absence a silent sorrow, -(Gladys.)

LOCK. - In loving memory ol I Jolly, who passed away on Octobor

¿'i, 1045. (Inserted by her loving |


MCFADYEN.-In loving memory I of our dear brother and bruthor in-law, Colin IKlt. Horrie, beechworth.)

RANDALL.-In loving memory i jf our dear mother. Rhoda, who

passed away October 22, 1!)63. - ' A thought tor today, a niemur) , forever, (Inserted by Gwen. Mollie

and Charlie.)

RICHARDSON. - In loving memory ol our dear motnor, Ellon, who passed away at Chantery Farm Barnawartha, October 21, 1054 also dear father, on April 27, imo. -Sadly missed. (Inserten oy their lovm¿ tanitiy.)

TRAINOR. - Eliza Catherine,! who died October 23, 1035 -Ever loved and remembered by her ..nully.

WAKEFIELD. - To the evei I loved memory of. grandma, i Daphne, Jack and family.) .



iU?.Al"'cd Ede>"' Hepburn wish to

THANK overyono for their sincere sympathy in their recent bereave


KELLY. - Mr. and Mrs. JOHN KELLY and Family wish to THANK ail kind friends and neighbors tor loiters, cards, telograms, floral tri butes,' and personal expressions in their sad bereavement, special thanks to doctors and statt, Ward 5, Allred Hospital. 144 Barkly street, East Brunswick.

- NEWMAN. - The Family

the late ELLEN ANNA NEWMAN wish to express their sincere THANKS to all relatives ano friends for their . floral tributes and kind messages of sympathy tn their iud bereavement.

lt EUI)_The Family of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. C. REED wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbors for their expressions of sympathy: also for loiters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Would all please accept this as our personal expression of gratitude as so many addresses are 'unknown. A very sincere thank you to all.


ADAMSON. - Tho Funeral of ihe late THOMAS CARLYLE ADAMSON will leave Le Pine's funeral parlor, Canterbury road, Janlerbury, on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.


IlALMKIl. - The Funeral ot the lato Mrs. ALICE LUCY CHAR LOTTE BALMER will leave cur pnrlor 255 Charnian road, Cnolton ham, on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 9 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

W. D. ROSE Sa SON. XF2043.

BUTTERWORTH. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ALLAN ANDREW (Peter) BUTTERWORTH will leave Padbury's chapel, 050 White Horse road, Box HUI. on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 1 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

A. W. PADBURY & CO. PTY. LTD.. WA8131.

CLIFTON.-The Funeral ol the late Mrs. ROSANNA CLIFTON will leave Sleight's funeral home. St. Kilda road. Melbourne, on MON DAY nt 10 . for the Warne court' Ccrrfetcry, arriving at 1 p.m.

A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD, Phone MB4020 (3 lines).

COGI.ll. - The Funeral- ol the ¡ato Mr. FRED COOLE will leave lils' home. 23 Normanby avenue, Thornbury, on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 10.15 a.m.,

for the Boroondara Cemetery. Kew. - A

J. FERGUSON «Ss SON, JJ3037. 4


COGLE. - Members of the Thornbury Bowling Club, and the bowling fraternity in general, are informed that the Funeral of their esteemed treasurer. FRED COOLE, will leave 23 Normanby avenue, Thornbury, on MONDAY, after a service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for the Kew Cemetery.



CROW. - The Funeral of the ¡ate Mrs. MINNA HERMINE CROW will leave the Methodist Church, East Burwood, on MON DAY, after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Burwood Ceme tery.



GILL.-The Funeral of tho lute Mr. CECIL GILL, of No. 247 North road, South Caulfield, will leave our parlor, 122 Carpenter street. Worth Brighton, on MONDAY, at the conclusion of a service com mencing at ll a.m., for the Brlgh ,on Cemetery.


HASSELL. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ERNEST FREDERICK HASSELL will leave the Bathurst memorial chapel, corner Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads, Elsternwick, on MONDAY, after a service com mencing at 0.30 a.m.. for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

T. BATHURST fi¿ CO. (late I A.I.F.). LF6337. LF4568.

JEWELL. - The Friends of the late WILLIAM JEWELI., oF Prin-     ces Highway. Hallam, are notified

that his funeral, will leave our

íi'f.'r-. Walker st.. Dandenong,   on MONDAY, after a service tu com-

ie;u:c at Ul.JJ a.m.. tor the Old Cheltcnham Cemetery.

GA RN AR .fe SOW PTY. LTD., ¡Dandenong. Phone 308.

JONES. - Thc" Funeral ol ene late Mr. ERNEST JONES will leave his daughter s home. 2A Nicholls road, Ormond, on MONDAY, alter a service commencing at 11.15 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

T. BATHURST & CO. (late A.I.F.). LF6337, LF45Ö8.

LAWLER. - The Funeral ol Hu íate Mr, JAMES LAWLER - Will leave W. G. Apps and Sons' funeral home. B8 Carlisle street, St. Kilda, on MONDAY, at. the conclusion ot a service commencing ut 10.30 a.m.. :or the Brighton Cemetery.


MACKINNON. - Requiem Mass I or the repose of thc soul ol the ute Mrs. WINIFRED MARY MAC KINNON will be celebrated

it. John's R.e. Clvtrrh West[

Footscray on MONDAY, at 7 a.m.

Che Funeral will leave 18 Jer

rold street. Footscray nt 10;30|

a.m., for the Footscray Cemetery.


MALONE.-Requiem Mass Iori the repose of th'e soul of the late

Miss MARGARET MALONE will be] celebrated at. the Sacred Heart Church. Groy street. St. Kilda, on MONDAY, at 0 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion or the Mass for the New Cheltenham Cemetery.


MURRAY. - The Funeral ol the | late Mr. EDMUND JAMES MUR RAY will leave the Church of Eng land Church, Frankston, on MON DAY, after a service commencing at ll a.m., for the Frahksl.-.n


T. BATHURST & CO. «late A.I.F.). LF6337, LF4568.

NUGENT. - The Funeral of the I late Mr. HENRY JAMES-NUGENT. M.c., lalo 8th Light Horse Bat talion, will leave Tobins' chapel, Flemington road, Melbourne. r>n TUESDAY, at 11.30 a.m., for thc Melbourne General Cemetery, Carl



ROWE. - The Funeral of the I late Mr. WILLIAM JAMES ROWE will leave our parlors. 788 Sydney road. North Brunswick, on MON DAY (October 24). nt 10.30 a.m., for the Brighton Cemetery.

JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD.. North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines).