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BIRTHS

BUTTERLEY (nee Elsie Collins).—On     January 16, at Community Hospital, Foster, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Butterley—a daughter (Diane Jean).

DUNCAN.—On January 19, at St. Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan—a daughter (Janice Alma). (Both well.)

EVERY (nee Mole).—On January 10, at St.   George's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Every—a daughter.

           

KIDD.—On January 17, at Llandyssil pri-   vate hospital, Essendon, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Kldd—a daughter (Lynette Margaret).

KINGSFORD (nee Lorna Jamieson).—On January 19, at Mercy Hospital, East Mel-

bourne, to Mr. and Mrs. Mansell Kingsford, of Glen Drive, Eaglemont—a daughter (Mar-   garet Faye). (Both well.)  

MACFARLANE (nee Newstead).—On Janu- ary 20, at Brighton Community Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. M. H. MacFarlane, Sydare avenue, East Malvern—a daughter.

MATTHEWSON.—On January 15, at

Korumburra, to Mary, wife of Lt.-Col.   E. C. T. Matthewson, Bonegilla—a daughter.

McKAY.—On January 10, at Elmore Bush   Nursing Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKay, Drummartin—a son (Gordon Frank).

MOSS.—To Dr. and Mrs. Frank Moss of Margaret street, Moonee Ponds, at Epworth— a daughter. (Both well.)  

POCOCK (nee Bailie).—On January 15,   at Kurmala, Bendigo, to Mena and Laurie —a daughter (Jennifer Ann).

RUSHBROOK.—On January 18, at Kellalac private hospital, Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rushbrook—a daughter. (Both well.)  

ENGAGEMENT

JONES—SHAW.—The engagement is an-

nounced of Gladys F. Jones, only child of the late Mr and Mrs Henry F. Jones of Brisbane, to Leonard Cornwall Shaw, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard de Courey

Shaw, of Mentone.  

MARRIAGES

McCOMBE—BEST.—On January 15, at St. Mary's Church of England, Caulfield, by Canon Langley, Rita Ethel, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Best, of Elwood, to

Colin Alexander, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. McCombe, of Banole street, Prahran. RAPKINS—AGAR.—On January 17, at St. John's, Footscray, Marjorie Joan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Agar, 77 Ballarat road, Footscray, to Trooper Ralph Allan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rapkins, Lacon, Mundubbera, Queensland.

DEATHS

On Active Service

BRADLEY.—At Ceduna, South Australia (result of aircraft accident), Flight-Lieutenant David Burton Bradley, R.A.A.F., second son

of Dr. and Mrs. Burton Bradley, 385 Miller street, North Sydney, N.S.W., aged 24 years.

BRADLEY.—A tribute of love to the memory of our dear friend, Flight-Lietenant David Bradley, accidentally killed 16/1/42. Loving son of Dr. and Mrs. Burton Bradley,

Sydney. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. and Joan Berry.)  

SHIELDS.—On January 1, at Colombo   (suddenly), John Warburton, M.B., B.S.,   youngest son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Shields.

ARMOUR.—(By cable.)—On December 31,  

1941 at Treetops, Bowden, Newtown, Saint Boswell's, Roxburghshire, Mary Nairne,     younger daughter of William Elder, of Kur- rucaruc, near Rokewood, Victoria, Australia, widow of Harry Armour (of Edinburgh), mother of Nairne and Hazel.

BELL.—On January 14, at Horsham, Jane Elizabeth, dearly loved wife of Alfred Walter     Bell, of Warracknabeal, devoted mother of Ron, and beloved sister of Poll, Em., Jack, Margaret, Ed., and Will. —A life made beautiful by kindly deeds.

BELL.—On January 14, Jane Elizabeth,   loved sister of Em. and Hartley, and auntie   of Maisie, Heather, Jack, and Brian. —Sweet peace.

BURKE.—On January 19, at 53 Lumeah     road, Caulfield, Jo, daughter of the late William and Ann Julia Burke, and loved

sister of Nell (Mrs. Dixon, deceased), Ann (deceased), Will (deceased), Bert (England), and Ern. —Requiescat in pace.

CHIRNSIDE.—On January 18, at his resi-

dence, 77 Northernhay street, Regent, John   William, beloved husband of Elizabeth and loved father of Stanley H., Myrtle, Isabella (Mrs. Richards), Ivy, Logan (Mrs. Grose). (Interred Preston Cemetery, January 20.)  

COBAIN.—On January 20, at her late     residence, 122 Macalister street, Sale, Marion, widow of the late Johnstone Cobain, aged   82 years.

COONEY.—On January 20, at 392a Glen-    eira road, Caulfield, James Michael Cooney, dearly loved husband of Catherine, and loving father of James, Mary, Bert, Kathleen, and Leo., late of C.O.R., aged 71 years. —Re-   quiescat in pace.  

DEHN.—On January 19, Alice Barbara     Dehn, 46 Speight street, Northcote, loving mother of George, Herbert, Albert, Alice (Mrs. Jones), aged 79 years. —At rest.   (Private interment.)  

DREVER.—On January 20, at his residence,   4 Goulburn street, Yarraville, James Nairn,   beloved husband of the late Margaret Drever,     and loved father of William, George, May, Margaret, Charles, James, Samuel, Joseph, David, John, Frederick, Catherine, Thomas   and Hector, aged 85 years.

FLETCHER.—On January 15, at Rochester, Jean Margaret, dearly loved daughter of   Albert Morton and Jean Perkin, loving sister of Edward (Bendigo), Elsie (Mrs. Carey, Windsor), and Joyce (Mrs. H. H. Gerrand, Moulamein, N.S.W.). —At rest.

GATTER.—On January 20, at a private         hospital, Camberwell, James George, dearly beloved husband of the late Catherine Gat- ter, and loving father of Edith (Mrs. G. J. Simmonds), Margery (Mrs. G. N. Turner, deceased), George, and Kathleen (Mrs. H. A. Baker), and stepfather of Lydia (Mrs. N. G. Mills), late of Hallam and Burwood, aged 78 years. (Private interment.)

HARFORD.—On January 19, at Royal Mel-       bourne Hospital, Frank Oliver, of 17 Cam- brian avenue, Regent, loving husband of     Louise, beloved father of Theo., Olive, Nell, Evelyn, loving grandfather of Billie (A.I.F.),       Ruth, Valda, Trevor, Keith, and Linsday, aged 77 years.

JENKINS (nee Sister J. G. McPherson).—   On January 20, at the residence of her      

mother, Warragul, Jean Grant, dearly loved   wife of Frederick and loving mother of       Ian and Eric, loved daughter of William   (deceased) and Mrs. McPherson and sister of Marjorie. —Resting.

LINDEN.—On January 19, at the resi-     dence of her son-in-law (John Vercoe), 20 Rosemount avenue, North Caulfield, Eleanor Linden, dearly loved mother of Flora (Mrs.

J. Vercoe), and loved sister of Mary (Mrs. R. Rowlands) and the late Elizabeth (Mrs. Laver) and Sarah and Isette Hill, loving gran of Bryant, Roma, John, and Maurice, aged 80 years.

MARSHALL.—On January 19, at his residence, 52 Orrong road, Armadale, Roderick (Bob), late Victorian Railways,   loving husband of Jean, and devoted father of Alma, Dorothy, and Edna. —To live in the hearts of those we leave behind is not to die. (Privately interred January 20.)

McKENZIE.—On January 19, at her resi-   dence, 15 Watson grove, Glenhuntly, Jessie, widow of Alexander McKenzie, and loved mother of Annie, James, and Alexander, and foster mother of Lois, aged 87 years. (Privately interred January 20.)

MILLAR.—On January 20, at Dunolly, William Millar, loving husband of the late Anne Millar, and loving father of William (Sayers Valley, Western Australia), Edward (deceased), and Agnes (deceased), aged 82 years.

PARKER.—On January 19, Charlotte,     dearly loved wife of William John, of 80 Bellair street, Kensington (late of Ararat   and Gippsland), daughter of the late James   and Ellen Angus, of Ensay, Gippsland, be-   loved mother of James (deceased), Ellen     (deceased), Jack (Glen Iris), Enid (Mrs. Rofe, Brighton), and William, dearly be- loved grandmother of Beverley, Rofe, and Fay, Don, Ted, Barbara, Brian, and Joan Parker, aged 68 years. —A wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother. (Privately in- terred January 20.)  

PARKER.—On January 19, Charlotte, dearly loved mother-in-law of Annie (Mrs.     J. Parker, Glen Iris) and Cyril Rofe (Brighton). —Dearly loved and sadly   missed.

PAYNE.—On January 20, at a private hospital Geelong, Elizabeth Dunbar, the dearly loved wife of Alfred Payne, of Tor-  

quay, and devoted mother of Elizabeth (Mrs. A. Searle), Adelaide (Mrs. R. J. Fuller), Elsie (Mrs. F. Kenshole), Daisy (Mrs. G. R. Sarau), Alfred, and Clara, (Mrs. W. Hack),

aged 74 years. (No flowers, Private interment.)

SALATHIEL.—On January 16 (suddenly),     at Yealering, Western Australia, Eunice Eliza-

beth (Niney), loved wife of Harry, loving mother of Eunice and Nance, also loving daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pattison, of Sutton Grange. —Sadly missed.

SCOTT.—On January 17, Thomas Edward, of 11 Russell street, Surrey Hills, beloved husband of Ada and father of Lily (de- ceased), Lynn, Ruby, Hazel, Laura, Bill,    

Ted, Dorothy, Marjorie, Nancy, and Garnet (deceased), aged 68 years.

SPARKES.—On January 20, at her home,   Singing Water, Strathewen, Eleanor, be- loved wife of Frederick Sparkes, and loved mother of Vera (Mrs. McKimmie), Oxley (deceased) and Waldie. (Private crema- tion.)  

WARBY.—On January 19, at his residence 19 Lorne road, Prahran, Samuel George, beloved husband of Annie Caroline Warby,   and devoted father of Dora (Mrs. A. W.     Bretherton), Alice, Florence (twin sister, de- ceased), Horace and Arthur, aged 81 years. —  A rest.

WATTS.—On January 20, in her 90th year, at Coleraine, Rosa, widow of the late J. A. Watts, loving mother of Frank, John, Elizabeth (Mrs. Peters), Mary, Charlotte, and Monica (Mrs. Stoney). —R.I.P.    

WEEKS.—On January 19, at private hos- pital, East Malvern, Mary, widow of the late Edward Weeks, and loving mother of Edward, Albert, Glendon, and Maude, in her 83rd year. (Privately interred on January 20.)

WILCKENS.—On January 20, at private   hospital, passed peacefully away, Elizabeth, dearly beloved wife of the late Frederick R. Wilckens (late of Dandenong).

WILCKENS.—On January 20, at private     hospital, Wattle Park, Elizabeth, beloved wife of the late Frederick, and mother of Val, (143 Simpson street, East Melbourne),   grandma of Nonie (Mrs. R. Moore, Coota mundra), Noel (R.A.A.F.), and great-grandma   of Valerie Ann, aged 90 years. (Inserted by Val.)

IN MEMORIAM

Roll of Honour—On Active Service

DANIELS.—In loving memory of our     dear son and brother Donald, who was    

killed at Tobruk on January 21, 1941. —He died in honour. (Inserted by his father and mother, Dorothy, Darrell, A.I.F.; Joy,

and Jean.)  

FISHLOCK.—In loving memory of Ted,   Sergeant E. A. Fishlock, late A.I.F.,   dearly loved husband of Dorothy and   darling daddy of Dorothy, Lorraine, and Jennifer. Died January 21, 1941, at 1st A.G.H. Palestine. (Inserted by his loving wife and girls, Red Cliffs.)  

ROSS.—In loving memory of NX8959, Pte.   W. A. Ross, A.I.F., killed in action, Tobruk, January 21, 1941, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ross, Griffith (N.S.W.), brother of Allan (A.I.F.), Alma (Mrs. Dufty), Keith,       Wallace (A.I.F.), Jean, and Barbara, aged 25.      

ABRAHAMS.—Treasured and loving     memories of a wonderful husband, Ellis, who passed away January 21, 1941. —Deep in my heart your memory is kept. May his dear soul rest in peace. (Inserted by his loving wife, Beatrice.)

ABRAHAMS.—In sweetest remembrance of our dearest friend Ellis (Unk.), who passed   away January 21, 1941. —May his dear soul rest in peace. (Inserted by his loving friends Emanuel, Kathleen Lyons, and family.)  

BUCHANAN (nee Brown).—In loving     memory of my dear wife, Eileen the devoted mother of Dawn, who was called to the higher life on January 21, 1941. —Beautiful memories. (D. M. Buchanan, 531 Sydney road, Brunswick.)  

BUCHANAN (nee Brown).—In loving     memory of my darling daughter, Eileen, who passed away January 21, 1941, devoted mother of Dawn. —For ever with the Lord. (In- serted by her loving mother, A. Brown.)  

CLIMER.—In loving memory of dear Nan.

(Inserted by Eve, Dib, Kath.)    

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IN MEMORIAM

CORDY.—In loving memory of my dear   wife and our darling mother who passed away on January 21, 1941. —Love and remembrance last for ever.

(Inserted by her loving husband and children, Edna, Mabel, Arthur, Elsie, and Alice.)

CORDY.—In ever-loving memory of my     darling mother, who passed away on January 21, 1941. —A cheerful smile, a heart

Of gold, the dearest, mother this world could hold. (Inserted by her loving daugh- ter, Edna, and son-in-law, Clyde, Sunbury.)        

D'AMER-DREW.—In fond remembrance of    

Dr. J. M. D. A'mer-Drew, who passed away January 21, 1935.

DREYER.—In loving memory of my dear husband, and father of Marie, only son of

Charles and the late Ellen Dreyer, who   passed away on January 21, 1941.  

EVANS.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away January 21, 1941. (Inserted by Alice and Wal Evans.)  

GOOD.—In fragrant and loving memory of dear Will, who passed away at Alfred Hospi- tal, January 21, 1940, late 4th Light Horse, 1914-18. (Inserted by loving wife, Lucy,  

Seville.)  

HANSEN.—In loving memory of my dear husband and father who passed away on   January 21, 1941. (Inserted by his loving wife and famlly.)  

HEADLEY.—In loving memory of my dear   husband, and father, Phillip Patrick, who passed away at Tallarook, January 17, 1935. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)  

HOUSTON—ROWLLINGS.—Sweetest and         loving memories of our dear sister, Joy, died   21-1-40, and our loving mother, died 8-6-41.         (Lillian and Ilieen.)  

HUGHES.—In remembrance of Miss       Florence Annie Hughes, benefactress of St. George's Hospital, Kew, where she died on January 21, 1936. —Lest we forget.

JOHNSON.—In ever loving memory of my beloved husband and our dear father, John Alexander, who died January 21, 1926, at

Brighton. —Sadly missed. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

LEWIS.—In loving memory of my dear husband and father, John Lewis who died January 21, 1927. —Gone but not forgotten. (Inserted by his loving wife.)  

LEWIS.—In loving memory of my dear husband and our father William Henry Lewis,       died January 21, 1932. —Sadly missed. (In- serted by his loving wife and family.)  

MATTHEWS.—In loving memory of my   dear mother, Katrine, who passed away on January 21, 1932. (Inserted by her loving daughter Florence Hodges.)  

McLENNAN.—In memory of my beloved   uncle, Alec, who passed away January 21,   1941. My friend. (Inserted by C. Middle- ton, A.I.F., abroad.)  

McLENNAN.—In memory of Alexander     Christopher (Mac), who passed away Janu- ary 21, 1941. —Always in my memory. (In-   serted by H. Beck.)  

SINDEN.—In remembrance of my beloved husband, John William, called to rest, Janu- ary 21, 1937. —In my book of treasured memories, I turn another leaf. (Inserted by his loving wife, Selina.)  

WILLIAMSON.—In loving memory of my   dear wife, Muriel, and our darling mother,     who passed away January 21, 1941. —Sweet memories. (Inserted by her loving husband and sons, Ern, Phil., and Ian.)  

BEREAVEMENT CARD

MRs. REILLY desires to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, tele- grams, and letters sent during her sad be- reavement. Special thanks to Dr. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, also Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Boronia. (Sydney papers please copy.)  

FUNERAL NOTICES

BURKE.—The funeral of the late Miss JOHANNA (JO) BURKE will leave 53 Lumeah rd., Caulfield, THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m., for the Spreingvale Crematorium. JOHN (ROY V.) ALLISON. LF1816.

COONEY.—Requiem Mass for the repose     of the soul of the late Mr. JAMES MICHAEL COONEY will be celebrated at the Holy Cross Church, Glenhuntly road, South Caulfield, THIS DAY, at 7 a.m. The funeral will leave   the church at 3.30 p.m. for the St. Kilda     Cemetery. A. V. TOBIN PTY. LTD. F1294.

DREVER.—The funeral of the late Mr. JAMES NAIRN DREVER will leave 193 Lonsdale street, Melbourne, at 11.30 a.m. THIS DAY for the Footscray Cemetery. RAYBOULDS PTY., LTD. LA1017.

HARFORD.—The remains of the late Mr. FRANK HARFORD will be cremated at the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner. The funeral will leave Apps & Sons' Chapel, Moor street, Fitzroy, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m. W. G. APPS & SONS. JA1145.

HOLYOAK.—The funeral of COLIN HOLYOAK will leave the Holy Trinity Church for the Bx Hill Cemetery THIS DAY at 3 p.m. B. MATHEWS PTY., LTD., in conjunction with G. HANDLY Win. 66.

LINDEN.—The funeral of the late Mrs. ELEANOR LINDEN will leave the residence of her sn-in-law (John Vercos), 20 Rose-

mont avenue, North Caulfield, THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m. for the Burwood Cemetery.     R. ROBSON. JW2345.

WARBY.—The funeral of the late Mr. SAMUEL GEORGE WARBY will leave 19 Lorne road, Prahran, TO-MORROW, at 3.30 p.m., for the Oakleigh Cemetery. RAYBOULDS PTY., LTD. LA1017.

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