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Death. MCCORMAOK.-On 18th June. William Henry Mitchell McCormack. dearly beloved fifth eon of Mrs. and the late T. F. McCormack, of Sandford. Aged 16 years and 4 months. Died at the residence of his uncle, William Ht. Mitchell, Elsternwick. Brother of Richard Thomas (Commercial Bank, Melbourne), James Albert (on active service), Maggie, Frank, Rupert, and .l ack. Dearly loved by all. "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Died on Service. HOLMES.-Died on service on June 13, 1918. as result of gas poisoning. Private AtI. (Len.), fourthl son of Mr and Mrs (. Holmes, of Ttobertqon Street. Casterton, after Is months of active service. Deeply regretted. I)ed on Service. MONRO.-Died of wounds, somewhere in France. on June 12th, 1918, Private Norman O., son of Mr and Mrs D. Munro, " Bothwell," Wando Vale, after two and a half years' active service abroad. Aged,21 years.