CRAVEN.-On April 8, at St. Jude's pri- vate hospital, Murtoa, to Stewart and Isobel -a daughter.
TEHAN (nee Mitchell).-On April 8, at St. Vincent's Maternity Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. Tehan, Seymour-a son (Bryan Thomas).
YOUNG (nee Pudney).-On April 10, at William Angliss Bush Nursing Hospital, Fern- tree Gully, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Young, Beauty Bend, Belgrave-a daughter (Wendy
Elizabeth.) (Both well.)
BARR-CORNISH -The engagement is an- nounced of Edith Grace, second youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. J. Barr, 48 Kerferd road, Glen Iris, to Leslie John, second son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. Cornish, of 1644 High street, Glen Iris, formerly of Tatura.
CARRISON-BAKER -The engagement is announced of Mona Flora, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Carrison, Regent street, West Preston, to Private Ronald Henry Baker, A.M.P., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker, Strathearn avenue, Coburg.
FLEW-STAFFORD The engagement is announced of Mary Beatrice, elder daughter of Mrs C M Flew and the late Captatn H J Flew, 25 Main street, Coburg to John Francis twin son of Mr and Mrs. J J.
Stafford. 20 Glengyle street, Coburg
HILLARD-BENNETTS - Margery Joyce second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L Hilliard, Corryong, Davis avenue, South Yarra, to Edward Charles, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bennetts, 14 Shasta avenue, East
BECKHAM -HALLIFAX.-Mr. and Mrs. A. Beckham have pleasure in announcing the 50th anniversary of their wedding celebrated at Christ Church, Echuca, by the late Rev.
S. Sandiford, on April 13, 1892. Present address, Private Bag, Echuca .
OATES-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Oates of 23 Charles street, East Brighton, announce with pleasure the 50th anniversary of their marriage, celebrated at Little River, April 13,
SPENCER-LIDDLE.--Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Spencer have much pleasure in announcing the 50th anniversary of their wedding, cele- brated at Williamstown by the Rev. W. Presley, April 13, 1892. Present address,
44 Ferguson street, Williamstown.
On Active Service
CUFF.-On April 10, at Woodside Military Hospital, South Australia, VX11852, Private Edward Anthony (Tony), A.I.F., loved son of Richard and Eleanor Cuff, of 4 Wattle grove, Coburg, fond brother of Thelma, Dick, Leo, and Betty, and uncle of Richard An- thony, aged 21 years (returned from over- seas).-Loved by all.
RUTTER.-David, the beloved son of Beulah and Hubert Rutter, killed in action near Tobruk, December 9, aged 26 years.
ARMYTAGE.-On April 10 (suddenly), at Wando Estate, Casterton, Clive Norman, husband of Patti, eldest son of C. Norman
Armytage, Altavista, South Yarra, aged 49
AULD. - On April 11, at 6 York street, Surrey Hills, Sydney David, beloved husband of Ada Auld, loved father of Reginald, Sydney, Raymond, Brian, Mona and Findlay (deceased). - Requiescat in pace.
BARRAND.-On April 10 (suddenly), at
Melbourne, Marie Elizabeth, the dearly be- loved wife of the late Richard Eldred Bar-
rand, of Mirboo North, and loving mother of Claire and Jack.
BARRIE.-On April 7, passed peacefully away, Elizabeth A., of 179 Kooyong road, Caulfield, widow of James A. Barrie, for- merly of Congupna, beloved mother of Mary,
John (deceased), Roland (deceased), and James, in her 89th year. (Privately interred at Shepparton. )
BARTLETT.-On April 11 (suddenly), at
39 Charles street, Richmond, Henry George, dearly loved husband of the late Emma, loved father of Henry Charles (deceased), Lionel, Lillian, and Nellie, aged 86 years.
BECKTON.-On April 12, at Harrietville, Florence Emma, relict of the late James Beckton, loved sister of Agnes (Mrs. Robins), Oscar (deceased), Rosa (Mrs. Wraith), Lucy (Mrs Lund), Will (deceased),
Bess (Mrs. McFaydgen), dearly loved aunt of Hilda. -A sufferer at rest.
BLENNERHASSETT.-On April 12, at her residence, Havelock street, Bendigo, Annie, beloved wife of the late Richard Blenner- hassett, loved mother of Rev. Richard P. (Daylesford), James R. (Chelsea), Arthur William (killed in action, 1st. A.I.F.), Rev. John P. (Port Fairy), aged 81 years.
COLBAN.-On April 10, at her residence 3 McKay street ,Brunswick, Alice Annie, dearly beloved wife of the late William Colban, loving mother of William Phillips, Annie (Mrs Busch), Rose (Mrs Rule),
Ernest, and Beatrice, aunt of Dr. Georgina Sweet, aged 92 years. -Peace perfect peace. (Privately interred April 11 at Melbourne Cemetery. )
COPE.-On April 8, at his home, 23 Leila road, Ormond, Charles, fond grandfather of Charles and Edwin Cope, Ronald Wilkins, and great-grandfather of Joan Cope. (Inserted by E. J. Cope.)
DALLY.-On April 10, at 56 Lyle street, Warracknabeal, Ernest Harry (late 7th Batt.,
A.I.F.), dearly beloved husband of Ida Maud,
and loving father of Jean, Elaine, and Tom, aged 60 years.
DALLY.-On April 10, at 56 Lyle street, Warracknabeal, Ernest Harry, loved son of the late Thomas and Ellen Dally, and loving brother of William, Triss (Mrs. James, Te- mora), Hilda, and Gladys (Mrs. A. Male, Warracknabeal).
DALLY.-At his residence, Lyle street, Ernest Harry Dally, director of Dally and Co. Pty. Ltd., Warracknabeal.
DELORA (nee Bradley).—On April 12, at Alfred Hospital, Harriet, beloved wife of Henry, and beloved mother of Henry (de- ceased) Reginald, Doris (Mrs Dearing),
John, and Mavis (Mrs Fowler), aged 69 years. — A patient sufferer at rest.
FORDYCE. —On April 12, John, dearly loved husband of Flora Fordyce, of 12 Mercer
road, Malvern, and loving father of Elsie, Janet, and Gordon (A.I.F.), aged 78 years. (No flowers, by request.)
FREEDMAN.-On April 10, Bruce Ray, dearly loved son of Ida K. Freedman and the late Ralph L. Freedman, loved brother of Kenneth, and dearly loved grandson of Mrs. C. K. Roy, 764 Burwood road, Hawthorn. (Private interment.)
FREELAND.-On April 9 (suddenly), at 40 Suffolk road, Surrey Hills, Mary, relict of the late John Freeland, and dear mother of Mary (Tot), Amy, Jessie, Jack, Grace, Bert, and Alan. (Privately Interred.)
GAY.-On April 12, at his residence, 67 Robinson's road Hawthorn, Ernest James, dearly beloved husband of Dagmar, and de- voted father of Lucy (Mrs Ross) and Dudley. -Our all. Peace, perfect peace.
GAY.-On April 12, at his home, 67 Robin- sons road, Hawthorn, Ernest James, loved eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gay, and much loved brother of Caroline (Mrs. R. H. Corrie), Harry (deceased, 1st A.I.F.), Frederick, and Ralph (deceased), loved uncle of Tom and Colin Jellis. — Some time we will understand.
GAY.-On April 12, at his residence, 67 Robinson road, Hawthorn, Ernest James, dear and loved father of Lucy, and father-in-law of Jack Ross. -We'll always remember.
GRAHAM (nee Sunderland).-On April 10, at Epworth Hospital, Margery, dearly loved sister of Gordon (Camberwell), Garnet (Wonthaggi), sister-in-law of Bessie and
GREGG.-On April 10, at his residence,
Lower Ferntree Gully, John Gregg, (Privately interred in the Ferntree Gully Cemetery on April 12.)
GUINN.-On April 11, Catherine, widow of Henry James Guinn, of Essendon, in her 90th year.
GWILLIM.-On April 12 (suddenly), at her residence, 120 Tooronga road, East Malvern, Ellen, beloved wife of the late David residence 130 Tooronga road East Malvern, Ellen, beloved wife of the late David Gwillim, and loving mother of Walter (de- ceased), Ernest, Frank (deceased), and Gertrude, grandmother of Gwen, Marjorie, Eileen, and Frank, aged 86 years.
HALPIN.-On April 10, Kate Halpin, of 119 Liardet street, Port Melbourne, relict of the late Michael Halpin, devoted mother of John (12 Swinburne avenue, Hawthorn), and loving sister of Caroline (Mrs Dunbar), Ellen (Mrs. Clarke, deceased), Annie (Mrs. Price, de- ceased), and Alice Ross. -Requiescat in
HARVEY.-On April 12, at a private hos-
pital, Geelong, Jessie, dearly loved wife of Frederick John Harvey of 35 Aphrasia street, Newtown, Geelong, and devoted mother of Troward, Harold (R.A.A.F.), Rae, Norman (R.A.N.), and Jack, aged 69 years. (By re- quest, no flowers )
HEDGCOCK.-On April 11 (suddenly),
George Thomas Albert Hedgcock, of 8 Berry street, Essendon North, beloved husband of Noami, loving son of Emma Hedgcock, of Brisbane, and the late George, aged 46 years. –Some day we will understand.
HELLWIG. –On April 11, at the Austin Hospital, Clara Ann, wife of the late Theo- dore Edward Hellwig, beloved mother of Clara (Mrs. Currie), Edith (Mrs. Webster),
and Walter (R.A.N.), aged 64 years. –At
HELSTROOM.-On April 11, at Heidelberg,
Dorothea (nee Goodwin), beloved wife of H. O Helstroom and loved mother of Geof-
frey and Jeanette. -A patient sufferer at rest.
HIGGINS.-On April 11, at private hospi- tal, Annie, relict of the late Joseph Higgins, late of Newstead, loved mother of Henry (deceased), Elsie (Mrs Dance), William (de- ceased), Alice (Mrs Stewart), Louis, Leslie, and Percy, aged 82 years.
HOWE.-On April 13, Henry, of 198 Lennox street, Richmond, loved husband of Marion (deceased), loving father of George, Florence, Walter, Charles (deceased), Susan, Victor, Emlly, and Amy, aged 89 years, late of
JOHNSTON.-On April 12 (result of air- craft accident), Russell Edward, loving hus- band of Jean, and father of Helen, much- loved only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Johnston, 360 McKean street, North Fitzroy, loved brother of Eileen and Kathleen.
KING.-On April 11 (result of accident), at Melbourne, Charles Harold, loving son of Harold and Adeline, of Euroa, loving brother of Henry, loved brother-in-law of Edith, and uncle of little Bill, aged 30 years.
KING.-In loving memory of cousin Charles, who passed to a higher life on April 11. (Inserted by loved ones at 47 Riversdale road, Hawthorn. )
MACKIE.-On April 10, at her residence, No. 6 First street, Black Rock, Ada Francis, dearly beloved wife of Robert Miller, and loved mother of Bob (R.A.A.F. abroad) and Margaret. (Privately cremated April 11, Springvale. )
MACPHERSON.-On April 11, at a private hospital, Bacchus Marsh, Elisabeth, beloved wife of the late John Macpherson, and loving mother of Douglas and Ida (Mrs. F. Wells).
MARTAIN.-On April 12 (suddenly), at his residence, Main street, Bairnsdale, William John, beloved husband of Elizabeth Martain aged 46 years.
MATTHEWS.-On April 11, at private hospital, George Edward, the dearly beloved husband of the late Sarah Elizabeth Mat- thews, late of 102 Westgarth street, North- cote, loving father of Syd (2nd A.I.F.),
John, and Harold, loved father-in-law of Jean, Grace, and Joy, and devoted grand- father of Rex and John ,aged 65 years. -Beloved by all.
MIDDLETON.-On April 11, at a private hospital, Nellie, dearly loved wife of the late Albert W. Middleton, of 43 Erin street, Richmond.
NICHOLSON.-On April 12, Edward Nichol-
son, beloved husband of the late Margaret Helena, loving father of Violet (Mrs Bell) and Rose, grandfather of David Bell. -Requiescat in pace.
NIGHTINGALE.-On April 11, at the Gippsland Hospital, Sale, Walter Ernest, dearly beloved brother of Charles, Annie, Richard, Joseph, and Ethel, aged 66 years. OSBORNE.-On April 10, at Melbourne, Richard Osborne, of Princetown, dearly loved husband of the late Rosina, loving father of George, John, Dorothy, and Stan. -Rest-
POLLARD.-On April 12 (result of acci-
dent), at the Alfred Hospital, Phillip Edward, dearly loved son of Joshua (A.I.F.) and Edith (Yarragon), loving brother of Joan and Reginald, dear nephew of Richard (A.I.F.) and Olive, loved cousin of Phyllis, Melva, and Graham, aged 19 years. -In Gods care.
PYKE.-On April 13, at his residence, 7 Hotham street Preston, Frederick William, beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth, aged 76 years_ [To guard against Imposition, Birth, Mar-
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RAWNSLEY. —On April 11, at the residence of her son-in-law, (Mr. R. Bath), Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, Elizabeth, widow of the late William Rawnsley, loved mother of Ada (Mrs. R. Bath), James (deceased), Louisa (deceased), Grace (Mrs. L. Thompson), Wil- liam, Helen (Mrs. F. Chapman), Walter, Laura (Mrs. P. Foers), Gladys (Mrs. A. Spink), and Doris (Mrs. P. McLennan), aged
RUST.-On April 11, at his residence, 39 Portland place, South Yarra, Frederick John, the dearly beloved husband of Rebecca Cathe- rine Rust, loving father of Iris (deceased),
Hilda (Mrs Jarvis), James and Fred, aged 75 years.
TREMBATH.— On April 11, at Lone Tree Farm, Clunes, William James, loving hus- band of Jane and fond father of Alice (Mrs.
Morley), William, Doris (Mrs. Caller), and Cecil, loving grandpa of Dulcie, June, and Graeme Morley and Janice Caller. —At rest.
TREMBATH.— On April 11, at Lone Tree Farm, Clunes, William James, loving brother of Elizabeth (Mrs. R. E. Nicklen), 3 Lucas street, Brighton, loving uncle of Elsie (Mrs. Lalor, Sandringham) and Alan Nicklen. -Till we meet again.
TREMBATH.— On April 11, at Lone Tree Farm, Clunes, William James, loving brother of Susan (Mrs. A. Seers, 282 Koornang road,
Carnegie), and loving uncle of William, Alice (Mrs. Irvine), Clive, Trevor, and Eileen. -Peace perfect peace.
TUCKER.-On April 12 (suddenly), at his residence 78 Elgin street, Carlton, George, dearly beloved husband of Ellen R. Tucker, loving father of Hylda (Mrs. S. L. Barnett), Eric, and Jack (R.A.A.F.), aged 61 years.
WALLACE.-On April 12, at 208 Coppin street, Richmond, William Francis, dearly beloved husband of Isabella, and loved father of Lena, Janet, and John. -Re- quiescat in pace.
WARDEN.-On April 9, Louisa A., loved wife of the late A. H. Warden, and dearly
loved mother of Elsie (Mrs Wynne, 114 Church street, Middle Brighton), and the
late Oswald A. (Bill) of Camberwell, and
mother-in-law of A Wynne, aged 79 years. -Loved ones united. (Cremated Springvale April 11 ).
WHITE.-On April 12, Beryl Jean, beloved youngest daughter of Austin and Harriet White, of 8 Glass street, Essendon, and loved sister of Nell (Mrs Sampson), Mary (Mrs. Jones), Jack (A.I.F. abroad), Arthur, Mar-
jorie (Mrs. Warner), and Phyllis, aged 7 years and 11 months, late of Williamstown. —A bright flower gone to rest.
WHITE.-On April 12, at Children's Hos- pital, Beryl, loved sister of Jack (A.I.F., Malaya), and sister-in-law of Patt.
WHITE.-On April 12, Jane White, of View street, Ferntree Gully, beloved wife of the late Joseph, loving mother of Joseph. (Private interment Lilydale. )
WILLIS. -On April 8, Georgina, relict of the late James Willis, and loved mother of George, Herbert, Lola, Leslie, and Roy (2nd A.I.F.). Born Bendigo 1855.
WINTER IRVING.-On April 12, John Irving, loved husband of Catherine Bridget, and father of William, Margaret, and Fran- cis, in his 70th year. (Private cremation. )
WRIGHT.-On April 12, at Ivy Grange, Kew, Charlotte, of 160 Page street, Middle Park, loved wife of the late Robert Wright, loving mother of Allan, and mother-in-law of Iris, grandmother of Shirley and Judith, loved aunt of Fred White. -Loved by all.
Roll of Honour-On Active Service
CONNORS. -Pte Frank Connors, A.I.F., killed in action, Greece, April 12 1941.
Above the din of battle, Above the power of sin;
He's raised us up together,
And made us sit with him. -(Inserted by Mrs. Cramp and daughters.)
DAVISON.-In fond memory of Bill, who made the supreme sacrifice in Greece April 12, 1941. -Safe in God's keeping. (In- serted by Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hill and family.)
PASCOE-WEBBE. -Pilot-Officer John Bar-
rington, killed on active service, Royal Air Force, Miranshah, India, April, 1937, much loved friend of Dulcie and Anwin family. -Time passes, but memories stay.
BEARE.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Gracie, died result of accident, April 13, 1941. -Remembrance. (Inserted by her loving mother.)
BEARE.-In loving memory of our dear niece, Gracie, who passed away April 13, 1941, result of accident. -Always loving memories. (Inserted by her aunts, Nell and Grace.)
BIRD. - In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on April 12, 1941.
We have you in our memory, God has you in His care.
Ever in our thoughts, dear Mum.
-(Inserted by her son, Gordon, Evelyn, and
BRIGHT. -In loving memory of our dearly beloved parents, Alfred, died at Stony Creek April 9, 1938; also his loving wife, Ellen,
died April 13, 1938.
Four years have passed but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday.
BROOKS.-In loving and affectionate re-
membrance of my loving husband, John (late Anzac),who passed away suddenly April 13, 1941, loved daddy of baby Jackie and Digger (deceased), also stepfather of Mamie (Mrs. Paroissien) and George (A.I.F.). -Beyond all shadows standeth God. (In- serted by his wife and family. )
DAVIES.-Cherished memories of our be- loved father, Samuel Edwin, who passed away
April 13, 1941.
His life a beautiful memory, His absence a silent sorrow. -(Inserted by his family.)
JACKSON. -In loving memory Margaret M. Jackson, passed away April 11, 1941. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by E. C. )
MCDONALD. -In loving memory of our dear cousin, Robert Norman, who passed away at Essendon on April 13, 1940. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by E. and I. Fraser. )
PORTER. -In loving memory of my dear wife, Margaret Ellen, who passed away April 12, 1941.
The end was sudden, the shock severe; Little I thought that death was near.
-(Inserted by her loving husband, J. Porter.)
SCOTT.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Frances Ada, who died on April 13, 1938. -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving husband and family. )
WARD. -A tribute to the memory of H. G. Ward, who passed away April 13, 1930. -Memories. (Inserted by E. Parker. )
WHITLOCK.-With cherished memories of my darling little grandson, Ean, who left us
April 13, 1940.
Loving memories never die,
As days go on and years roll by.
-(Inserted by your devoted Na Na and grandpa Skews.)
AULD. -The Funeral of the late SYDNEY
DAVID AULD will leave our Canterbury par-
lours THIS DAY, at 10 a.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.
LE PINE & SON. JA1104.
BARRAND.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARIE ELIZABETH BARRAND will leave the Church of England, Mirboo North, THIS DAY (Monday, April 13), at 2 p.m., for the Mirboo North Cemetery.
JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines)
BARTLETT. - The Funeral of the late HENRY GEORGE BARTLETT will leave 39 Charles street, Richmond, THIS DAY, at 3.15, for the Fawkner Crematorium.
LE PINE & SON. JA1104.
CASE. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MAnaARBT CASE r»ltct of the late William Case, will leave 19 Railway crescent, Wil-
liamstown, THIS DAY (Monday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Williamstown Cemetery. ERNEST W. JACKSON (A.F.D.A.) Wil-
CUFF. -The Funeral of the late Pte. EDWARD ANTHONY CUFF (A.I.F. ) will leave his parents' residence, 4 Wattle grove,
Coburg, TOMORROW (Tuesday, April 14), at
2.30 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.
JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines).
FORDYCE. —The Funeral of the late JOHN FORDYCE will leave Sleight's Chapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Monday, April 13), at 2 o'clock, for the Springvale
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
GAY.—The Funeral of the late ERNEST JAMES GAY will leave his residence, 67 Robinson's road, Hawthorn, THIS DAY, at
for the Burwood Cemetery.
HERBERT KING & SONS, Richmond. J3462.
GAY. -Victoria Lodge of Instruction No. 12, A. F. and A. M. Present and Past members are informed that the funeral of the late Wor. Brother ERNEST JAMES GAY will leave 67 Robinson rd., Hawthorn THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Burwood Cemetery. H. J. POOLMAN, Lec. Master; J. POTTS, Sec.
GAY.—East Suburban Lodge No. 298, A., F., and A. M. Officers and Brethren are informed that the funeral of the late Wor. Brother ERNEST JAMES GAY, I.P.M., will leave 67 Robinson road, Hawthorn, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Burwood Ceme- tery. F. C. PETERSON, Wor. M.; H. J.
POOLMAN, P.G.S.D., Sec.
GUINN. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. CATHERINE GUINN will leave Sleight's Chapel, St. Kilda road, Melbourne, THIS DAY (Monday, April 13), at 11.30 a.m., for the New Melbourne Cemetery Fawkner. Ser- vice by Rev. Hedley Raymond. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
HALPIN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. KATE HALPIN will leave St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Rouse st., Port Melbourne,
THIS DAY, at 10 a.m., for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton. Requiem Mass
will be celebrated at 8 a.m.
R. MCKENZIE, Funeral Director, Port Mel- bourne. MX3107.
HARVEY.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. JESSIE HARVEY, wife of Frederick John Harvey, will leave her late residence, 35 Aphrasia street, Newtown, Geelong, THIS DAY (Monday April 13), at 3 o'clock p.m., for the Highton Cemetery.
HEDGCOCK. -The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE THOMAS ALBERT HEDGCOCK will leave 8 Berry st., Essendon North, THIS DAY, at 3.30 o'clock, for the Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.
HEDGCOCK. Gordon Lodge No. 99, A., F., and A. Masons of Victoria. Brethren of the above Lodge and the craft in general are informed that the funeral of their es-
teemed Brother GEORGE THOMAS ALBERT HEDGCOCK, P.M., will leave 8 Berry st., Essendon North, THIS DAY, at 3.30, for the Fawkner Cemetery. GEO. MARLAND, W.M. E. T. WILSON, P.G.I. Wkgs., Sec.
HELLWIG -The Funeral of the late Mrs. CLARA ANN HELLWIG will leave our chapel, 179 Burgundy st, Heidelberg THIS DAY (Monday April 13), at 1.30 p.m., for the Springvale Cemetery. METROPOLITAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS PTY. LTD. Heidel- berg 119.
HELSTROOM. - The Funeral of the late DOROTHEA HELSTROOM will leave the Chapel of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 102 Toorak road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Mon- day, April 13), after a service commencing at 2.15 p.m., for the New Melbourne Cemetery, Fawkner.
B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Win. 66.
HIGGINS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE HIGGINS will move from the New- stead railway station THIS DAY, at 11.45 a.m., for the Newstead Cemetery. HERBERT KING & SONS J3462. _______________________________________ HOWE.- The funeral of the late Henry Howe will leave our parlours, Richmond, THIS DAY, at 12.45 for the Cheltenham Cemetery. LE PINE & SON. JA1104.
KING -The Funeral of the late CHARLES HAROLD KING will leave the Church of England, Euroa, THIS DAY, at 2.30 p.m.,
for the Euroa Cemetery.
T. G. FERGUSON, Funeral Director, Euroa.
MATTHEWS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE EDWARD MATTHEWS, late of 102 Westgarth street, Northcote, will leave 16 David street, North Carlton, THIS DAY (Monday), at 2 p.m., for the Preston Cemetery.
NELSON BROS., Coburg. MW1301.
MIDDLETON.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. NELLIE MIDDLETON will leave our parlours, Burke road, Camberwell, THIS DAY, at 10.30 a.m., for the Box Hill
LE PINE & SON. JA1104.
NICHOLSON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. EDWARD NICHOLSON will move from 59 Pender st, East Preston, THIS DAY (Mon- day), at 3.30 p.m., for the Coburg Cemetery. ALFRED ALLISON, Clifton Hill. JW1708.
POLLARD. -The Funeral of the late Mr. PHILLIP EDWARD POLLARD will leave the residence of his uncle (Mr. Richard Pollard),
corner Henry street and Warrigal road, Oak- leigh, TOMORROW, at 2 p.m., for the Springvale Cemetery. BATHURST & DECKER, late A.I.F., Oakleigh. Phone LF6337.
PYKE. — The Funeral of the late
FREDERICK WILLIAM PYKE, will leave 7 Hotham street, Preston, TO-MORROW, at 2 p.m., for Fawkner Crematorium.
J. FERGUSON & SON, Thornbury. JW3037.
RUST - The Funeral of the late FREDERICK JOHN RUST will leave 29 Port- land place, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Mon- day, April 13), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.
SHERBON. -The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY SHERBON will leave 193 Lonsdale street, city, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m., for the Melboume General Cemetery, Carlton.
RAYBOULDS PTY. LTD., Prahran. LA1017.
TUCKER.-The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE TUCKER will leave 78 Elgin street, Carlton, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the
JOSIAH HOLDSWORTH, Carlton. F1292.