ARCHER.-On July 5, at Bush Nursing
Hospital Kyabram, to Elvyn, wife of H. J. Archer-a son.
CHRISTIE (Cropley). - On July 16. at Cooinda, Warragul, to Enid and David (W.O., R.A.A.F.)-a son (Walter Kenneth).
DAWSON (Anderson) - On July 13, to Mary, wife of Michael R. Dawson, Sherwood Park, Warrnambool-a son (Michael James).
EVISON (nee- Coombs) -On July 21, at Shire Hospital, Morwell, to Doris and Bob -a son (Kenneth Robert).
FREAN.-On July 23, at Devon, Glen- huntly, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Frean-a son. (Both well. )
HALPIN (nee Marshall) .-On July 15, at St. James'. Elsternwick, to Des. and Eileen -twin daughters. (All well.)
McCONCHIE (nee Storey). - On July l8, at Epworth, to Valerie and Ted (Flight Lieut.. RA.A.F.) - a daughter (Pamela
MILES (nee Kenny).-On July 20, at St. Vincent's Maternity Hospital. E. Melbourne, to Mary Allan, wife of Wing-Cdr G. T. Miles- a son (lan James). (Both well.)
MORGAN (Waltham). - On July 12, to Joan and Jack-twins (Winfred Ann and Richard John).
NORWOOD. - On July 22, St. Luke's, Sydney, to Vera and Mr. S. Norwood-a daughter (Jennifer Anne). (Both well)
O'HALLORAN (Hutchinson). - On July 21, at Mayo private hospital, Nathalia, to Frances and Tom (A.I.F.)-a daughter (Maria Annette).
ROSE. - On July 23, at Carbethon pri- vate hospital, East Malvern, to Norah and
SATCHWELL (nee Forbes). - On July 22, at St. Andrew's Hospital, to Erin and Noel -a daughter.
TYE (McGreehan).-On July 20, at St. Vincent's Maternity, to Brenda and Bert a son (Edwin George).
WATT.-At Dandenong District Hospital, to Ethel and Alastair-a son. (Both well.)
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WHITELAW (Dann). - On July, 20, at Jessie Mcpherson Hospital, to Jean, wife of A. McF. Whitelaw-a daughter (Mar- garet Ann).
WHITFORD (Frecker).-On July 20, at Lynwood Hospital, Mont Albert, to Joyce and John (A.I.F.), 17 Arnold street. Box Hill -a son. (Both well.)
CARRICK-JONES. - On June 16, at the Methodist Church, Canterbury. Gwendoline Marion, third daughter of the Rev. Rule and the late Mrs. Jones, oí 9 View street, Canterbury, to Charles Henry, youngest son of the late Mr. William G. and Mrs. Carrick, of 19 Mangarra road, Canterbury.
SIMPSON-MOSER. - On July 21. at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Bacchus Marsh, by Rev. W. G. Lewis, Beth (A.A.M.W.S.), only child of Mrs. and the late Sapper L. Moser, of Bacchus Marsh, to Charles (A.I.F., returned), second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Simpson, of Edithvale.
On Active Service
BIRD. - Sgt. Harry C. VX67105, died while P.O.W., Thailand. July 20, 1943, loved nephew of S. E. Mathews. -And with the morn those angels faces smile, which I have loved long since and lost awhile.
BRITNELL.-On July 5, killed in action, Tarakan. David R.. dear elder son of Bob and Fan, dear nephew of Hilda and Will Warmbrunn, dear cousin of Joan and Billy.
HAYES. - On July 18, killed in action, Balikpapan, VX94421 Pte. Ian Harold, Aust. Inf. Btn., loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Hayes, Spring- vale, Lockwood South Victoria, lov- ing brother of Jessie (Mrs. J. Bennett), Bruce, Gilbert, Esme, Lois, Jack (brother- in-law), Pat (sister-in-law), aged 21 years 11 months. - Proud tribute to a gallant son and brother. God's will be done.
PATERSON-A tribute to the memory of our loved nephew, Flt.-Lieut. Archibald, D.F.C., who lost his life at Rathmines. July 21. (Inserted by Aunt Rose and Uncle Bob, McKinnon.)
THOMPSON.-On July 19. 1943. died of Illness while prisoner of war, H. J. VX39861, loved son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson, Bald Hill. Heathcote, loved brother of Ade- laide, Charles William, Alex., Allan, and
ALLAN.-On July 21 (suddenly), Alice Mary, beloved eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William J. Allan, late of Warrnambool. (Privately interred.)
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ASKIE -On July 21 at Geelong, Charles,
beloved husband of Lavinia, loving father of Jean and Lionel (deceased), father-in-law of Paul (Privately interred July 23.)
BANNON - On July 24. at St.Iives
private hospital. Gerald Joseph, loved eldest
son of Michael Joseph and late Elizabeth Mary Bannon. -R.I.P. (Private interment). BECK. - On July 21 (suddenly), at Gee- long Dr, Geoffrey F. Beck, dear brother- in-law and brother of Dr. Arthur and Amy Lawrence of Kew.
BUNDON - On July 23, at Geelong Flor-
ence Louise, niece of late Mrs. E. Price, of Newtown. BLAKE. - On July 6, at Belgrave late
St. Kilda. Charles Joseph, brother of James (deceased) , Martin (deceased). John (de- ceased), Cissie (deceased). Tom (deceased). Mick (deceased), Mary (deceased). Ellie, George, and Harry.
BLISS.-In cherished memory of our be- loved Aunt Agnes (Mrs. G. Bliss) who passed away July 23. (Agnes-Mrs. E. Courtin -and Bina Blisss, Mary-Mrs. L. Campbell. Sheila, end Doris Lawson.)
BURNETT.-On July 24. at his home. 24 Park street, St. Kilda. Lauriston Wright Burnett, aged 82 years. -At rest.
BURNS.-On July 24, at Toolamba Jessie Marion, dearly loved daughter of the late J. A and Mary Burns, loved sister of James (deceased), Annie, Evelyn, Albert. Gertrude Mrs. P. Crockett), Rosslyn (deceased), and Frank, late of Kangaroo Grounds,
CAMPBELL.-On July 23. Margaret, dearly beloved wife of late Archibald Campbell, 4 Palm grove, Balwyn, loved mother of Alex. (Canada). Jessie, and Aotea (Mrs. Penfold). (Privately cremated July 24.)
CANE.-On July 24, at 16 Axelton street, Cheltenham, Elfeck Arthur (late 3rd Bush- men's Contingent, Boer War), the dearly beloved husband of Eliza Alison, and loving father of Alison, Winsome. Dorothy (Mrs. Caflln), and Patricia, aged 71 years.
CHUGG.-On July 24. at her home. Seville, Bertha Elizabeth, widow of the late Richard Chugg, dearly beloved mother of Ivy (Mrs. Mott). Leonard (deceased). Ronald, Evelyn (Mrs. Voumard), and Rich- ard, loved grandmother of Peter, Valerie, Shirley, Andrae, Suzanne, Jacqueline. Rich- ard, and Colline, aged 79 years.
CHUGG.-On July 24, at Yellow Ways, Seville, Bertha, beloved sister of Edith and Elsie Quittenton, Bendixen, Ringwood. - I've found a friend, such a friend.
CHUGG.-In loving memory of my dear sister. Bertha (Birdie), who went home July 24, -Peace, perfect peace. (L. Cornish, 54 Balwyn road, Balwyn.)
COLLINS (nee Carrick).-On July 22, at Wellington. N.Z., Marjorie, beloved wife of Charles Collins, mother of Baby James, and dearly beloved daughter of James and Mary Carrick, 11 Talbot avenue. East St. Kilda. -A patient sufferer at rest.
COLLINS (nee Carrick).-In fond and loving remembrance of Marjorie. (Stan and Eva.)
CORMACK.-On July 24, William Cor- mack, of Glen Rowan, beloved husband of Mary. - Requiescat in pace.
CRAWFORD. - On July 19, private hos- pital, Malvern, Harry Miles Crawford, lov- ing and loved husband of Clare. -A brave man has passed and is now sleeping until the day breaks. Memory is a golden chain, death tries to break, but tries in vain.
DWYER-On July 24, at Caritas Christi Hospice, Kew, Eileen Mary Angela, 1 Robin- son road, Surrey Hills, beloved daughter of the late John William and Ellen Therese Dwyer, formerly of Geelong. -Requiescat in pace.
DWYER.-On July 24, at Caritas Christi Hospice, Kew, Eileen Mary Angela Dwyer, loved sister of May, Gerald (deceased). Queen, and Kevin. -Requiescat in pace.
ELLIOTT.-On July 24 (suddenly), at 19 Lisson grove, Hawthorn, Eliza Ann, beloved wife of the late George Henry, loved mother of Clive. Verlie (Mrs. Lawrence), Beryl (Mrs. Ashton), and Stanley (1st A.I.F.. de- ceased).
FINN-On July 23, at his residence, Mort- lake, Patrick, beloved husband of Annie Caroline, loving father of James, Pattie (Mrs. Edwards), Pollie (Mrs. Rose), Sholto, and Edna (Mrs. Eurcell). grandpa of Car- mel and Jennifer) and father-in-law of Bess, Harry, Frank, Edith, and Tom. aged 82 years.
FORREST.-On July 24, at private hos- pital, Richard Terence Forrest, of Barjarg, Mansfield, beloved husband of Alice Irene, and loving father of Marie, John, and June, aged 58 years. -Requlescat in pace.
FREESTONE.-On July 23, at her parents' residence, 8 Childers street. South Kensing- ton, Norma Evelyn, dearly beloved daughter of John Alfred and Emma Evelyn Freestone, and loving sister of Jack. Jos. (R.A.A.F.), Bob (A.I.F. abroad), nnd Owen, aged 25 years. -Our darling sufferer gone to rest.
HART. - On July 22, at 17 High street, Mont Albert. Ella S E.. only daughter of late W. G. and S. N. Hart, formerlv of
HART.-On July 22. at Mont Albert. Ella, the dearly loved sister and lifelong friend of Jack and Mercy Harratt. of 9 Loch street. Coburg, - In God's keeping.
HENDERSON.-On .July 24. at Black Rock, Emma Susan, of 272 Beach road, Black Rock, loved wife of the late Law- rence, and loving mother of Jessie (Mrs. J. Y Davidson) and William Lawrence. (Private interment.)
HOBBS.-On July 24, at her home. Church street, Berwick, Kate the dearly beloved wife of the late John Hobbs, and devoted mother of Kate (Mrs. Milne) Jack (de- ceased). Agnes (Mis. Asling). George (de- ceased) Florrie, Violet, Lily, Arthur, and Maud (Mrs. W. Richardson), aged 90 years.
HOLMES. - On July 19. at Melbourne, Eva Laura, loved bister of Bentrice May
Holmes of Neptune strcet. St. Kilda. RIP.
KIRKPATRICK.-On July 22, at her home, 3 Queen's road, Melbourne, Edith Elexia, dearly loved wife of Hugh, and loved daugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Carney, late of Launceston, Tasmania, aged 34 years. -Requiescat in pace. (Privately Interred.)
MALONEY.-On July 23, Douglas Danton Maloney, beloved husband of Myra, loved father of Joy and Bill, only son of the late Dr. Maloney, M.P., and Mrs. M, Maloney,
MALONEY. - On July 23, Douglas Dan ton, loved brother of Gladys Carter loved uncle of Fay, and brother-in-law of Leonard
McCOY.-On July l8, Florence Beatrice, relict of the late Daniel McCoy, loving sister of Thomas. Caroline and Hettie, Ren- nie, loved aunt of Anne, Emily, Marion. George, and Minnie. -Fond memories.
McCRACKEN.-A tribute to the memory of my dear life-long friend. Jessie Ella, passed away on July 22- -Nothing in my hand I bring, simply to Thy Cross I cling. (Inserted by M. L Pratt, Parkville.)
McLEOD.-On July 24, at Red Cliffs, Edward of 20 Shakespeare avenue, Preston.
loved brother-in-law of Maud and Ruby (Mrs Snell)
MITCHELL.-On July 24, at his residence, 19 Murray street, West Brunswick, Ralph Hennlngharn. beloved husband of Ivy May Mitchell, loving father of Albert. Harry. Walter (R.A.N.) and Eddie. -At rest.
MITCHELL - On Julv 24. at his resi- dence, 199 Murray street. West Brunswick, Ralph Hennington, loved father of Albert, Eileen (daughter-in-law), and grandson.
Lloyd. - At rcst
O'SULLIVAN -On Julv 23> at 11 Newstead street, Caulfield, Mary Ann loved wife of late Dennis O'Sullivan, and loving mother of Moyha (deceased) and Noreen (Mrs. Rendall), grandmother of Moyha Lyn.
PITTS - On July 24 at 33 Latrobe street. Oakleigh, Henry James Pitts, beloved husband of the late Mary Pitts. loved father of Ethel. James. Eva, Daisy (deceased), and Herbert:
POTTER - On July 24 (suddenly) at 287 Murray rd.,Preston, Herbert Roy, dearly loved husband of Agnes (Tot)- -At rest,
RENNIE.-On July 24, at his residence, 17 Higham street. Maryborough, William Muir, loved husband of Elizabeth, and loving father of Lily (Mrs- Manton). Will- iam, Minnle, (Mrs Penrose), and Anne (mrs Sowden), aged 81 years. -Our dear at rest. ROBB - On July 20. at Casterton, Bertha Agnes, dearly loved wif of William George, beloved mother of Enid, Sgnes, Jean and stepdaughter Myrtle. aged 68 years. -To live in the heart of those we love is not to die. ROBINSON.—On July 24, at Epworth Hos-
pital, Abraham beloved husband of Lily. of 132 Chapel street, Windsor, and loved father of Gwen and Wallace (deceased) aged 55 years ROBINSON.—On July 24 Abraham James, second eldest son of Mrs. Kate E. and the late William Robinson (late of Maryborough), and loved brother of Wallace, Charles, Vale, Jean, Lee and Sept (Chub). —Loved by all. (Maryborough paper please copy.)
RODBARD-DEAN.-On July 24. Jean, of No 6 Yuille street. Brighton Beach, the dearly loved wife of Reginald, and loved mother of Reg, Harold, Rita- (deceased).
and Gladys. -Loved by all.
SURMAN - On July 24 at the Alfred Hos- pital, Daisy Lilliam 0f 360 Beaconsfield parade, St. Kilda beloved wife of Charles (Dick) Surman. and loved mother of Jack (R.A.N.) and Patricia (Mrs. J. H. Falconer.
U.S.A.) - After a long illness.
TEM BRICK - On July 24- at 4 Commer- cial road, Benalla. Peter Leopold, beloved husband of the late Amelia, and loved father of Leon and Mildred, and loved father-in-
law of Arthus, and grandfather of Tony.
VAN GELDER.-a tribute to the memory of M. Van Gelder, a fellow employee of Wilke and Co. Pty. Ltd. who passed away suddenly on July 22 at 10 Wurruk avenue, Preston. (Inserted by Wilke Employees' Soldiers' Fund. 19 Jeffcott street, Melbourne.)
WALKER.-On July 24, at her home, 124 Ross street, Port Melbourne, Mary Jane, dearly loved wife of the late Alfred Charles Walker, and fond mother of Frederick (de- ceased), Alfred (deceased), Albert, Ethel (Mrs. Maguire). John, Francis. Dorothy (Mrs. Nugent, deceased). Ernest, and Harold, aged 79 years.
WALSH.-On July 24, Thomas Walsh, late of Goode street. Gisborne, dearly loved husband of the late Mary Ann. fond father of John, Greta (deceased), and Robert, aged 78 years. -Rest In peace.
WEDGE.-On July 22, at his home. 22 Barkly street, St. Kilda, Edward Davey, dearly loved husband of the late Louise Wedge, and loving father of Robert. Dave, Henry, Mercy (deceased). Reg, and Betty (Mrs. Townsend), aged 89 years. -Sadly missed. (Privately interred.)
WHITWORTH.-On July 24. at 191 Dawson street, West Brunswick, Lydia, beloved wife of the late William, of Korumburra, loving mother of Millie, Leonard (deceased). Iris, Harold, Stanley, James. -For ever with the Lord.
WILLIAMS.-On July 23, at the Won- thaggi and District Hospital, Maude, loving wife of Rees, and fond mother of Raymond, aged 40 years.
WOMERSLEY.-On July 24, at the resi- dence of her son-in-law (Mr. C. A. Morley), 24 Hopetoun grove, Ivanhoe. Mary Ann, be- loved wife of Jack H C. Womersley, and dearly loved mother of Gertrude (deceased). Thorold (deceased, First A I.F.), Jack (de- ceased, First A.I.F.), Hebe (Mrs. H. Ham- mond). Pearl (Mrs, D. Halllwell), Raymond, Russel), Percv, Leonard, Gladys (Mrs. L. Ellis), Dorothy (Mrs. C. Merger), and Eunice (Mrs. C. Morley), aged 65 years.
Roll of Honour—On Active Service
DAVIES.-In sad and loving memory of our dear son, Sydney Hartley Davies, lost in air attack on Stuttgart, Germany. July 25. 1944. -Our Syd.
EDGAR.-In fondest memory of my dearly loved only son. Cpl. Ion Trentham, died of illness, Heidelberg Military Hospital, July 25, 1942.
EDGAR.-In memory of Cpl. Ian Trentham Edgar, died of illness, Heidelberg Military Hospital, July 25, 1942, loved brother of Ena, brother-in-law of R, L. Shackell, and dearly loved uncle of Denis and Jacqueline.
HARRISON OWEN.-In proud memory of my dear son. Warrant-officer Jack, missing over Germany, July 25. 1943. (His loving mother. I. E, Kerr.)
RODERICK.-In loving memory of Flying Officer Beresford C. Roderick, killed, Eng- land, on July 25, 1944. (Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, E. M. M. and J. D. Hede.)
RODERICK.-In affectionate memory of our dearly loved grandson and nephew, Fly- ing-Officer Beresford C. Roderick (Tim), crashed in England. July 25, 1944, aged 20
RODERICK.-In loving memory of F.O. Berry Roderick killed. England. 1944. (Margery and family.)
THOMAS.-In loving memory of our eldest son Flying-Officer Maxwell Trevethan, who gave his life in air operations over Ger- many. July 25, 1944. Buried with all his crew at Avrieville. N.E. France, July 29, 1944, (Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Thomas, Moonee Ponds.)
THOMAS.-In affectionate memory of my dear brother and comrade. Maxwell Treve- than. -His duty was his guiding light. (L.A.C. W. F. Thomas. R.A.A.F.)
THOMAS.-In loving remembrance of our dear grandson, Maxwell Trevethan. -He sleepsiIn a foreign land. but he is ever with us. (Grandpa and Grandma Thomas and Grandpa Trevethan.)
THOMAS.-In loving memory of F. O. Maxwell Trevethan Thomas, fiance of Eliza- beth (Betty) Harvey. -He gave all for his country.
THOMAS.-A tribute to a gallant Lancas- ter crew lost in air operations over Stutt- gart. Germany, July 25, 1944: F.O. Max. Thomas, F.O. Monty Shute P.-O. Reg. Har- ris. F.-Sgts. Dereck Broome. Geo. Dalton, Frank Whittington, and Bill Sinclair, of N.Z. -As friends together they lived and fought, and together they rest.
THOMAS.-A tribute to the memory of F.O. Max Thomas (R.A.A.F.), who made the supreme sacrifice over Germany, July 25. 1944. (Mr.. Mrs., and Shirley Harvey.)
BEYER.-In loving memory of my dear friend, Hilda, who passed away on July 25, 1944. -I will never forget you. (In- serted by Gwen Neilson.)
CHADWICK.-In loving memory of my dear son, Bert, who passed away on July 25, 1942 -At rest. (Inserted by his lov- ing mother and sisters.)
CHALLENGER.-In loving memory of Auntie Luce, who died July 25. (Millie and
CHEATER.-In memory of our dear mother, who died July 24. 1935, also our brother, Ern died of wounds, France, 1918. (The family.)
COOK-In loving memory of our sister, Ivy, who passed suddenly away July 25, 1944. -Resting where no shadows fall. (Inserted by Win and Alex.)
DAVIS.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Alice, who passed nway on July 25, 1943. (Inserted by her loving husband, Lewis )
DUNALLAN. - In loving memory of a dearly loved husband and father. William Henry, who passed away at Northcote on July 25 1942. (Ever remembered by his loving wife. Alice, and daughter. Edna.)
FERGUSON.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father. David, who passed away at Collina Park. Boomah- noomoonah. (V.). on July 25. 1944. -Ever in our thoughts.
GILLAM.-Passed to a higher life, July 25, 1943, William James, dearest husband of Louisa H., and loving dad of Eric and Addle (nee Musgrave). -Treasured memories.
HYAMS. - In cherished and everlasting memory of my beloved husband, Barney, who passed away Julv 25. 1944. -Memories time cannot dim. (Inserted by his loving wife )
LOVE.-In loving memory of my be- loved wife, Sylvia, who passed away on July 25, 1943. -A patient sufferer at rest. (Inserted by her loving husband, Albert, and sons. Jack, A.I.F.: and Donald.)
MCKENZIE.-In sad and cherished memory of dear mother, who passed away July 26, 1935. (Ever remembered by her loving daughters Ina and Jessie.)
McMAHON.—In loving memory of our darling mother, Catherine Pauline, who passed away July 25. 1944. —Not just to- day, but every day, in silence we remem- ber. R.I.P. (Inserted by Ruth and Dorothy.)
McMAHON.—In loving memory of my dear nana, who passed away at Omeo on July 25, 1944 (Inserted by her loving grandson, Adrian.)
McMAHON.—In loving memory of my dear nana, died July 25. 1944. (Pauline.)
McMAHON.—In fond memory of Catherine Pauline McMahon. who died at Omeo on July 25, 1944. —R.I.P.
MINTERN.-In loving memory of our dear mum and gran, who passed away at Warra- gul on July 24, 1943. -Ever missed. (In- serted bv Edna, Martha, and families.)
MORTIMER.-In loving memory of dear old dad and grandfather, who passed away at Nar-nar-goon. July 25. 1943. -Always missed. (Sophie. Des. Shelton, and Helen Foster.)
NATHAN.-In loving memory of my dear father. Benjamin Nathan, who died at Rip- ponlea July 25. 1935. (Inserted by Lorna.)
NUTT.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Annie, passed away July 25, 1939, loved mother of Allson, Betty, and Margot. -Fondest memories. (Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
PATTISON.-In ever-loving memory of our dear brother. Rob.. Who was cnlled home suddenly (whilst on a holiday) from Cork, Ireland, on July 25. 1943. (Inserted by his loving sisters. May and Nina.)
PEDRANA.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Fredrick Louis who passed away July 25. -You will live for ever in my heart. (Inserted by his loving wife.)
PEDRANA.-In loving memorv of our dear dad and grandfather, who passed away July 25. -We will always remember. (Inserted by his loving daughters, son. and grand- daughter. Willa. Fred, Anna, and Dorrie.)
PEPPER.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Annie Deborah who passed awav on July 25, 1942, at Wimmera, Surrey Hills. -Sweet memories.
PEPPER.-In sweet and treasured memory of Annie Deborah Pepper, beloved Sister Nance of Margaret Knox. Surrey Hills, passed away at Wimmera. Surrey Hills, July 25, 1942 -For ever loved and remembered.
SANSOM.-In loving memory of Violet Nellie dearly beloved wife of Henry George, and darling mother of Arthur (A.I.F.) and Joyce, who passed awsy on July 25, 1941. -Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten.
SCOTT.- In memory of Garnet, who passed away July 25. 1940. (Inserted by Bill and Jean) SEDDON.-In loving memory of my dear pal Peg. -Still missed. (Dell Fegent.)
THOMAS.-In loving memory of my dear wife and loving pal. who passed away on July 25 1944. -Sadly missed.
THOMAS.-In loving memory of my dar- ling sister, Mabel (May), who passed away at Warburton July 25. 1944. -In the gar- den of memories we meet every day. (In- serted by her sister. Minnie Stewart, 147 Mills st.. Middle Park.)
THOMAS.-In loving memory of my darl- ing sister. Mabel who passed away on July 25 1944. (Inserted by Ann Richardson, of Earlwood, N.S.W.)
THOMAS -In lovlng memory of my dear Aunt Mabel. -My guide and friend. (In-
serted bv her nephew. Herbert Stewart.)
THOMAS - In sad but loving memory of
my dear aunt, who passed away July 25 1944. - To know her was to love her. sadly
THOMAS.-In loving memory of dear May, who passed away July 25, 1944. (Remem- bered always by Lily and Judy.)
THOMAS.-In loving memory of my dear friend, Mrs. M. Thomas, who passed away on July 25, 1944. -Always remembered. (Una Doyle.)
TORODE. - In loving memory of dad, passed peacefully away July 25, 1941. (In- serted by Cliff, Anne, Len, and Joan.)
WATSON.-In loving memory of our dearly beloved son and brother. George, who passed away July 22. 1943. -For ever in God's care. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. E. Watson and family.)
WATSON.-In loving memory of my dearly loved grandson, George Watson, who passed away July 22. 1943. -Poppy never forgets. (Inserted by J. Power.)
WOOD.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Jane Jean who passed away July 25, 1943, -Ever remembered. (Inserted by her loving husband, Thomas.
WOOD.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Jane Jean, who passed from this life July 25, 1943. -Until the day break (Inserted by her daughter and son-in-law, Dorothy and John Stark.)
WOOD.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Jane Jean, who passed peacefully away on July 25. 1943. -Beautiful memories still linger. (Inserted by Elizabeth.)
WOOD.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Jane Jean, who passed away on July 25 1943. (Inserted by Clarence, Win. and the boys.)
WOOD.-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma. Jane Jean who passed peacefully away July 25, 1943. -Her cheery smile and loving ways will linger with us all our days. (Inserted by Eve. Fred, and family, Adelaide.)
BROPHY. - Mr. F. S. BROPHY and Family wish to extend their most sincere THANKS to all kind relatives and friends for messages, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. 34 Keith street, Alph- ington.
STRINGER. - Miss AMY STRINGER re- turns sincere THANKS to friends and rela- tives for letters, telegrams, floral tnbjtcs received in her recent sad bereavement
WHITESIDE. - Mr. H. WHITESIDE, 22 Kalkoura avenue, THANKS friends for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in his recent bereave- ment. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal expression of gratitude.
BURNETT.-The Funeral of the late Mr. LAURISTON WRIGHT BURNETT will leave the Bathurst memorial chapel, cnr. Glen- huntly and Kooyong roads, Elsternwick, TO- MORROW (Thursday), at 10 a.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. T. BATHURST & Co. (late A.I.F.). Phone LF6337.
CANE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ELFECK ARTHUR CANE (late 3rd Bush men's Contingent, Boer War) will leave 16 Axelton street, Cheltenham, THIS DAY, at 2.30 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. W. D. ROSE & SON, Cheltenham Phone Chelt. 42.
CANE. - Ensign Lodge No. 491.-A. F. and A. Masons of Victoria.-Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and the craft in general are invited to attend the Funeral of their late Wor. Bro. E. A. CANE, which will leave 16 Axelton street. Cheltenham, THIS DAY, at 2.30 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. W. R. STEPHENSON W M W. H. BROWN, Sec.
CHAMBERS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. EMILY CHAMBERS will leave her late resi- dence, 220 Cotham road. Kew, TOMORROW (Thursday), at 2 p.m., for the St. Kilda Cemetery. B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD.. 102 Toorak road. South Yarra. Windsor 66.
CHUGG. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. BERTHA ELIZABETH CHUGG will leave Padbury's chapel, 13 Cotham road, Kew, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for Boroondara Cemetery, Kew. A. W. PAD- BURY & Co.. Kew. Haw. 31.
DWYER. -- Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul Of the late Miss EILEEN MARY ANGELA DWYER will be celebrated at the Church of the Holy Redeemer, Mont Albert road, Surrey Hills, THIS DAY. at 9.30 a.m. The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of Mass for the Box Hill Cemetery. HUGH CAMPBELL. Haw. 4661.
ELLIOTT. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZA ANN ELLIOTT will leave 19 Lisson grove. Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Kew Cemetery LE PINE He SON, JA1104.
ERICSON. - The Funeral of the late CARL ERICSON will leave 44 Shaftsbury street, Coburg, TOMORROW (Thursday), at 11 a.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium. W. G. RAVEN. J2225.
FORREST.-The Funeral of the late Mr. RICHARD TERENCE FORREST will leave St. Francis Xavier's Church. Mansfield, on FRIDAY, at 12 noon, for the Mansfield Cemetery. TOBIN BROS., Melbourne (F1294), in conjunction with J. THOMPSON. Mansfield.
FREESTONE.-The Funeral of the late Miss NORMA EVELYN FREESTONE will leave her parents' residence, 8 Childers street, South Kensington, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday), at 1.30 p.m., and proceed to the Holy Trinity Church of England, Epsom road, en route to the Coburg Cemetery. ALFRED ALLISON. Newmarket. FJ5480.
HOBBS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. KATE HOBBS will leave her home. Church street, Berwick, THIS DAY, after a service by the Rev. W. P. Daunt, commencing at 3 p.m.. for the Berwick Cemetery. W. J GARNAR & SON. Phone Dandenong 308.
MALONEY.-Tile Funeral of the late Mr. DOUGLAS DANTON MALONEY will leave the chapel of B. Matthews Pty, Ltd., 102 Toorak road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday), at 2 p.m., for the Springvale Cre- matorium B. MATTHEWS PTY LTD., Windsor 06.
MITCHELL. - The Funeral of the late Mr. RALPH HENNINGHAM MITCHELL will leave 19 Murray street, West Brunswick, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery. JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 lines)
O'SULLIVAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY O'SULLIVAN will leave her resi- dence. 11 Newstead street, Caulfield, THIS DAY, at 10.15 a.m.. for the St. Kilda Ceme- tery. RAYBOULDS PTY. LTD. LA1017.
PITTS.-The Funeral of the late Mr. HENRY JAMES PITTS will leave the chapel of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd.. 102 Toorak road, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 3.30 p.m.. for the Springvale Cemetery. B MATTHEWS PTY. LTD. Windsor 66.
RENNIE.-Friends of the late WILLIAM MUIR RENNIE are Informed that his remains will be interred in the Maryborough Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence 17 Hlgham street at 3.15 p.m. THIS DAY. PHELAN & SONS. Funeral Directors. Maryborough.
ROBINSON.-The Funeral of the late Mr. ABRAHAM ROBINSON will leave the Her- bert King memorial chapel. 174 Lennox st., Richmond. THIS DAY. after a service com- mencing at 1 45 p.m.. for the Burwood Ceme- tery. HERBERT KING & SONS. J3462.
RODBARD-BEAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. JEAN BEAN will leave her home. No. 6 Yuille street, Brighton Beach, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Springvale Crematorium. J. MONK- HOUSE Se EON, Brighton. Tel. XA1162.
SURMAN.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. DAISY LILLIAN SURMAN will leave John (Roy V.) Allison's Funeral Parlours. 394 Fer- rars street, Albert Park, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday), at 11 a.m., for the Fawkner Cre- matorium. JOHN (Roy V.) ALLISON. Al- bert Park. MX2038
WALKER.-Tlie Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY JANE WALKER will leave her home, 124 Ross street. Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 11.30 a.m.. tor the Brighton Cemetery. R. McKENZIE Port Melbourne. Phone MX3107. -
WALSH. - The Funeral of the late THOMAS WALSH will leave St. Brigid's Church, Gisborne, TOMORROW (Thursday. July 26). at the conclusion of the 9 a.m. Mass, for Gisborne Cemetery. M. MURRAY. Phone Gisborne 51.
WHITWORTH. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. LYDIA WHITWORTH will leave 191 Dawson st., West Brunswick, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Coburg Cemetery. J. FERGUSON & SON. JW3037,
WILLIAMS. - The Friends of the late Mrs. MAUDE WILLIAMS are respectfully in- vited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Wonthaggi Cemetery. The Funeral is arranged to leave the Church of England, Wonthaggi, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday. July 25), at 2 p.m. JOHN KEADY Undertaker.
WOMERSLEY. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY ANN WOMERSLEY will leave Taylor's chapel, 81 Heidelberg road, Ivan- hoe, TOMORROW (Thursday), after a ser- vice commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery. E. TAYLOR & SON. Ivan- hoe. JX1159.