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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,304
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,964
4 annmanley 2,242,397
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,784
6 DonnaTelfer 1,718,282
7 maurielyn 1,648,706

2,198,784 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 36,687
May 2017 45,978
April 2017 18,777
March 2017 17,519
February 2017 40,440
January 2017 27,186
December 2016 32,961
November 2016 27,751
October 2016 34,131
September 2016 25,784
August 2016 36,010
July 2016 42,390
June 2016 42,811
May 2016 73,262
April 2016 97,205
March 2016 43,721
February 2016 22,016
January 2016 17,480
December 2015 9,911
November 2015 1,348
October 2015 112
September 2015 714
August 2015 3,708
July 2015 1,800
June 2015 10,699
May 2015 37,638
April 2015 35,355
March 2015 33,507
February 2015 16,147
January 2015 18,853
December 2014 15,112
November 2014 7,335
October 2014 4,253
September 2014 5,081
August 2014 6,948
July 2014 22,892
June 2014 8,116
May 2014 2,736
April 2014 6,249
March 2014 7,847
February 2014 7,403
January 2014 17,962
December 2013 26,232
November 2013 18,474
October 2013 21,387
September 2013 18,255
August 2013 20,849
July 2013 14,156
June 2013 10,001
May 2013 10,623
April 2013 9,641
March 2013 7,661
February 2013 7,020
January 2013 16,144
December 2012 21,500
November 2012 21,989
October 2012 5,544
September 2012 23
August 2012 5,230
July 2012 11,490
June 2012 8,300
May 2012 15,970
April 2012 5,081
March 2012 17,308
February 2012 26,067
January 2012 38,685
December 2011 17,283
November 2011 7,174
October 2011 3,116
September 2011 7,875
August 2011 22,327
July 2011 32,927
June 2011 52,386
May 2011 39,724
April 2011 28,288
March 2011 16,015
February 2011 36,674
January 2011 45,024
December 2010 23,605
November 2010 8,972
October 2010 17,095
September 2010 20,964
August 2010 12,936
July 2010 30,141
June 2010 24,085
May 2010 39,482
April 2010 32,892
March 2010 18,544
February 2010 11,461
January 2010 19,545
December 2009 29,125
November 2009 16,692
October 2009 16,376
September 2009 17,620
August 2009 16,640
July 2009 28,343
June 2009 25,187
May 2009 27,881
April 2009 30,277
March 2009 21,448
February 2009 14,981
January 2009 11,563
December 2008 4,658
November 2008 20,937
October 2008 21,886
September 2008 5,170

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,273
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,964
4 annmanley 2,242,327
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,779
6 DonnaTelfer 1,718,280
7 maurielyn 1,648,706

2,198,779 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 36,687
May 2017 45,978
April 2017 18,777
March 2017 17,519
February 2017 40,440
January 2017 27,183
December 2016 32,959
November 2016 27,751
October 2016 34,131
September 2016 25,784
August 2016 36,010
July 2016 42,390
June 2016 42,811
May 2016 73,262
April 2016 97,205
March 2016 43,721
February 2016 22,016
January 2016 17,480
December 2015 9,911
November 2015 1,348
October 2015 112
September 2015 714
August 2015 3,708
July 2015 1,800
June 2015 10,699
May 2015 37,638
April 2015 35,355
March 2015 33,507
February 2015 16,147
January 2015 18,853
December 2014 15,112
November 2014 7,335
October 2014 4,253
September 2014 5,081
August 2014 6,948
July 2014 22,892
June 2014 8,116
May 2014 2,736
April 2014 6,249
March 2014 7,847
February 2014 7,403
January 2014 17,962
December 2013 26,232
November 2013 18,474
October 2013 21,387
September 2013 18,255
August 2013 20,849
July 2013 14,156
June 2013 10,001
May 2013 10,623
April 2013 9,641
March 2013 7,661
February 2013 7,020
January 2013 16,144
December 2012 21,500
November 2012 21,989
October 2012 5,544
September 2012 23
August 2012 5,230
July 2012 11,490
June 2012 8,300
May 2012 15,970
April 2012 5,081
March 2012 17,308
February 2012 26,067
January 2012 38,685
December 2011 17,283
November 2011 7,174
October 2011 3,116
September 2011 7,875
August 2011 22,327
July 2011 32,927
June 2011 52,386
May 2011 39,724
April 2011 28,288
March 2011 16,015
February 2011 36,674
January 2011 45,024
December 2010 23,605
November 2010 8,972
October 2010 17,095
September 2010 20,964
August 2010 12,936
July 2010 30,141
June 2010 24,085
May 2010 39,482
April 2010 32,892
March 2010 18,544
February 2010 11,461
January 2010 19,545
December 2009 29,125
November 2009 16,692
October 2009 16,376
September 2009 17,620
August 2009 16,640
July 2009 28,343
June 2009 25,187
May 2009 27,881
April 2009 30,277
March 2009 21,448
February 2009 14,981
January 2009 11,563
December 2008 4,658
November 2008 20,937
October 2008 21,886
September 2008 5,170

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 96,209
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,572
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1189 Jeannine 5
1190 jillyinnes 5
1191 jmglover 5
1192 John.F.Hall 5
1193 juliemelb 5
1194 K.J.Dowling 5

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January 2017 3
December 2016 2


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 13 October 1927 [Issue No.25,327] page 1 2017-06-23 13:44 In order to guard against imposition, Birth,
Marriage, Death, and In Memoríam notices must
DEATHS
rey. (Private interment)
Delaney, East Malvern), aged 72 years (No
mourning, by request)
Donohue (deceased) R.I.P.
Edmund Burns and loving mother of Gladys
and Myrtle (693 High street. Armadale), aged 45
years, late of Bunyip (Private interment)
Georges road, Thornbury, Benjamin Clayton,
husband of the late Emma Elizabeth and loving
and Ethel (Mrs. Hughes) in his 80th year.
mason street Malvern, Frederick, widower of the
and Osborn, aged 76 years (N.Z. papers please
huntly road, Elwood, John Edwarda beloved
husband of Elizabeth Edwards (deceased) loving
ington, aged 89 years (Interred privately)
0OfDING- On the 12th October 1927, at WH
] time town Hospital, Robert Golding, nephew of
Archibald Golding, of 33 larrnmatta street
Williamstown Mrs Thorley (Coburg) and Mrs
Wilson (Williamstown), aged 33 jears
At rest
CRIMP -On the 12th Octol cr at St. hilda, Alice
Kllct of the lite Jeffrey Grime, niceo of the
CHIMES-On the 12th October, at her residence.
the Ute Francis Ouumcs, and loving mother of
3 rincis (deceased), Mary (Mrs Casch) lanny
(Mrs Fitzgerald, deceased), John Joseph,
] ni nets Julf-i, Margaret (Mrs Phill!)«), Tjnett,
and Elizabeth (Mrs I i eld) BIP (Mo flowers
HUTCHINSON - On the 12th October, at the
Women's Hospital, Maud Margaret beloved wife
of Alfred Hutchison, (of 21 regent street,
Flstemwick), and loved mother of Robert,
Harold Elsie Alfred, Lila, Mavis, and Beryl,
age 42 years
JONES -On the 11th October, nt 7 Ileaton avenue
S Kilda, Olwyn Gwladjs, dear little daughter
of Robert and Florence L Jones, laving sister
of Gwea Robert, am] Douglas aged G year» (In
terred privately at Cheltenham on the 12lu Oc
Our darky Dick
KNOWLES-On the 12th October, at the Old
Colonist Horner Rushall crescent, North Fitz*
rov, Elizabeth Knowles, aged SG years
III IFY-On the 9th October, at 2 Reynardo
mai. Coburg, Robert Maurice dearly beloved
son of Mr and Mrs C J Lilley, and loved
brother of nilly
Our little bud in Heaven
VM1QUMID1 - 0» the 11th October, 1927 (sud
drnlj) at her residence Mundy street. South
rrelong Marguerite Celia (Gin) eldest datigh
t r of the Lite frederick John mid Elizabeth
Marquanlt (I rivito interment )
JILIR - On the 11th October at her residen«»,
li Bloom etrcct. Moonee Ponds Tonet the he
loved vVife of the late Tohn Muir, an I loving
i other of James Margaret, Robert, ind Jes
* f (Interred privately ut Melbourno Cemetery,
Carlton October 12 )
\ life made beautiful by kindly deeds
prMBUlTOV-On the 31th October, at Mount
"=t Evln s Hospital Charles I redcrlck eldest
fon of the late Charlea Stokes and Anne Pember
Pemberton (Intcrnd privately in tho Mel
PRK MID-On the 10th October (sudlenly), at
% Spensley street, Clifton Hill lillie I limbo,
T K. an! the late Miry lickard, much loved
sister of Charlie Tom (deceased) Evo» George
fertie and Lily (Mrs S J toners) (Interred
Unlerneath art the Everlasting Arma.
JO \V -On the 12th Octobrr (suddenly), at pri
Mte hospital Kew. Patrick Joseph Byan, of 200
Rich street, Kew beloved husband of Norn, and
lownc* father of Jack, Tom, and Martin
RIP
6t\\L\N - On the 12th October, nt Bendigo,
Thomas Joseph Scanlan tho dearly beloved hus
1 -in I of Elsie (nee Michell) beloved eldest son
of fhomna and the late Mary Scanlon and
loved brother of Mary (Mrs A F Urquhart),
William, and Michael aged 30 j cars
Rest in peace
ÍTMPIN - On the 9th October at San Antonio,
Kow, Marv eldest daughter of the late James
an 1 Rope Tappin R I I*
W \ITL -On the 12(h October, at private 1 ospllai
* Motlourne, Thonns Honrj, beloved husband of
ïllen Waite The lines Glengarry loving
father of Bille (Mm A bard) Mary (Mrs Utz
patrick), Mildred, Grace, Isabel, and Allan
WEHNER - On the 1th October (accidentally
drowned at Murlo) Carl Scoullor, the dearly
bflovcd second oldest Bon of Mr and Mrs Her
man Wehner, of Orbost, iifcctl 38 years
On Activo Service,
-(Inserted by his loving mother, Malvern )
-(Inserted by her loving husband and family)
JJRrWArT - In lovhu memory of mother, who
-(Inserted by her laving son and daughter In
thf 13th October 1*124 at tho residence of his
To clasp the hand of the oí e I loved
Di WING - In loving memory of our dear sis
GOODING - In loving remembrance of my dear
riHLLirS - In loving racmorj of our dearly
-(Inserted bv their loving children, Wally,
-(Inserted by his lol ins daughter \ lolet )
-(Inserted by Lil Phillipa and famll} )
PORLNA - In loving memory of our dearly
SIMON!: - In fond and loving memory of my
-(Inserted by his loving wife, F nilly Simons
WILSON.--In loving memory of my dear wife
-(Inserted by her loving husband and chu
TyATTS - Mr and Mrs W A \Y \I I \CI" of
Harriet Matts also thanking Dr Kerr, nurses
Horalcn priv ito hospital, an 1 the Rev I T IIus
ton, Mrs Boden, and members of ti c Occult
BIRNAM) - The Friend» of tho loto Dr
BODYCOAT. - The Friends of the late Mr.
street and St George s road, North Fitzroy. Tel
residence of Mr C O Bott, No n Woodmasi
GOLDING - Tho Friend» of the late Mr
GRIM!' - The Irlcnds of the loto Mrs. ALICK
Di Mr J Hurst Oreen, 03 Albert street, I ast
GUUMFS - The Friends of the lato Mrs JOLI \
1HIS DIY (Thursdoy), ot 3 o clock pm for
interment in tho Chcltcnhom Cemcterj, arriving
HUTCHINSON" - The Friends of Mr ALFRED
KNOWI.FS - The funeral of the lato Mrs
RYAN - A Itcqulem Mass will bo celebrated
¡JCvNLVS - The Irlcntls of the late THOMAS
residence of his sister (Mrs A I Urquhart)
D VY (Thura! 15 ) at 3 ¡0 o clock
SWFFNEY - The FricndB of the late Mitti VEI
WA1TF - Ihorriendsof the late Mr THOMAS
~" ?.-.--< . short service
[In order to guard against imposition, Birth,
Marriage, Death, and In Memoriam notices must
DEATHS.
Edward Barnard, M.D., dearly loved husband of
rey. (Private interment).
(W.A..), Stephen S., beloved husband of Caroline,
loved father of Harold S., Leslie J. (W.A.),
Delaney, East Malvern), aged 72 years. (No
mourning, by request.)
Donohue (deceased). R.I.P.
Edmund Burns, and loving mother of Gladys
and Myrtle (693 High street, Armadale), aged 45
years, late of Bunyip. (Private interment.)
CLAYTON.—On the 12th October, at 571 St.
George's road, Thornbury, Benjamin Clayton,
husband of the late Emma Elizabeth, and loving
and Ethel (Mrs. Hughes), in his 80th year.
DUDER.—On the 12th October, at No. 13 Wood-
mason street, Malvern, Frederick, widower of the
and Osborn, aged 76 years. (N.Z. papers please
copy.)
huntly road, Elwood, John Edwards, beloved
husband of Elizabeth Edwards (deceased), loving
ington, aged 89 years. (Interred privately.)
GOLDING.—On the 12th October, 1927, at Wil-
liamstown Hospital, Robert Golding, nephew of
Archibald Golding, of 33 Parramatta street,
.
Williamstown, Mrs. Thorley (Coburg), and Mrs
Wilson (Williamstown), aged 35 years.
At rest.
GRIME.—On the 12th October, at St. Kilda, Alice,
relict of the late Jeffrey Grime, niece of the
late James Hurst, and couson of J. Hurst Green.
At rest.
GUUMES.—On the 12th October, at her residence,
the late Francis Guumes, and loving mother of
Francis (deceased), Mary (Mrs. Casch), Fanny
(Mrs. Fitzgerald, deceased), John, Joseph,
Francis, Julia, Margaret (Mrs. Phillips), Jynett,
and Elizabeth (Mrs. Field). R.I.P. (No flowers,
by request.)
HUTCHINSON.—On the 12th October, at the
Women's Hospital, Maud Margaret, beloved wife
of Alfred Hutchison, (of 21 Regent street,
Elsternwick), and loved mother of Robert,
Harold, Elsie, Alfred, Lila, Mavis, and Beryl,
age 42 years.
JONES.—On the 11th October, at 7 Heaton avenue,
St. Kilda, Olwyn Gwladys, dear little daughter
of Robert and Florence E. Jones, loving sister
of Gwen, Robert, and Douglas, aged 6 years. (In-
terred privately at Cheltenham on the 12th Oc-
tober.)
Our darky Dick.
KNOWLES.—On the 12th October, at the Old
Colonist Homes, Rushall crescent, North Fitz-
roy, Elizabeth Knowles, aged 86 years.
LILLEY.—On the 9th October, at 2 Reynardo
road, Coburg, Robert Maurice. dearly beloved
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lilley, and loved
brother of Billy.
Our little bud in Heaven.
MARQUARDT.—On the 11th October, 1927 (sud-
denly), at her residence, Mundy street, South
Geelong, Marguerite Celia (Cis), eldest daugh-
ter of the late Frederick John and Elizabeth
Marquandt. (Private interment.)
MUIR. — On the 11th October, at her residence,
34 Bloom street, Moonee Ponds, Janet, the be-
loved wife of the late John Muir, and loving
mother of James, Margaret, Robert, and Jes-
sie. (Interred privately at Melbourno Cemetery,
Carlton, October 12.)
A life made beautiful by kindly deeds.
PEMBERTON.—On the 11th October, at Mount
St. Evin's Hospital, Charles Frederick, eldest
son of the late Charles Stokes and Anne Pember-
Pemberton. (Interred privately in the Mel-
bourne General Cemetery on the 12th October.)
PICKARD.—On the 10th October (suddenly), at
36 Spensley street, Clifton Hill, Nellie Phoebe,
T. K. and the late Mary Pickard, much loved
sister of Charlie, Tom (deceased), Eva, George,
Gertie, and Lily (Mrs. S. Rogers). (Interred
privately October 12.)
Underneath are the Everlasting Arms.
RYAN.—On the 12th October (suddenly), at pri-
vate hospital, Kew, Patrick Joseph Ryan, of 200
High street, Kew, beloved husband of Nora, and
loving father of Jack, Tom, and Martin.
R.I.P.
SCANLAN.—On the 12th October, at Bendigo,
Thomas Joseph Scanlan, the dearly beloved hus-
band of Elsie (nee Michell), beloved eldest son
of Thomas and the late Mary Scanlon, and
loved brother of Mary (Mrs. A. F. Urquhart),
William, and Michael, aged 30 years.
Rest in peace.
TAPPIN.—On the 9th October, at San Antonio,
Kew, Mary, eldest daughter of the late James
and Rose Tappin. R.I.P.
WAITE.—On the 12th October, at private hospital,
Melbourne, Thomas Henry, beloved husband of
Ellen Waite, The Pines, Glengarry, loving
father of Ellie (Mrs. Vizard), Mary (Mrs. Fitz-
patrick), Mildred, Grace, Isabel, and Allan.
WEHNER.—On the 9th October (accidentally
drowned at Marlo), Carl Scouller, the dearly
beloved second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Wehner, of Orbost, aged 18 years.
On Active Service.
—(Inserted by his loving mother, Malvern.)
—(Inserted by her loving husband and family)
JJRrWArT.—In lovhu memory of mother, who
-(In^prted ly Jon and \rlhui.)
—(Inserted by her laving son and daughter In
and Mar>.)
daughter Annie.)
thf 13th October 1*124 at the residence of his
To clasp the hand of the of e I loved
-(Mart.)
Di WING.—In loving memory of our dear sis
GOODING.—In loving remembrance of my dear
-(1 1 G and grandson I G.)
daughters Miriam and Alva..)
ters..)
riHLLirS.—In loving racmorj of our dearly
—(Inserted bv their loving children, Wally,
Heck, mid Ettie.)
—(Inserted by his lol ins daughter \ lolet.)
—(Inserted by Lil Phillipa and famll}.)
PORLNA.—In loving memory of our dearly
31)26, at Sjdney (N S \V.) (Inserted bj his lov
Lost Camberwell.)
SIMON!:.—In fond and loving memory of my
—(Inserted by his loving wife, F nilly Simons
(Insertcd by her loving husband and children.)
WILSON.—In loving memory of my dear wife
—(Inserted by her loving husband and chu
dren.)
TyATTS.—Mr. and Mrs. W A \Y \I I \CI" of
Harriet Matts also thanking Dr. Kerr, nurses
Horalcn priv ito hospital, an 1 the Rev. I T IIus
ton, Mrs. Boden, and members of ti c Occult
BIRNAM).—The Friend» of the loto Dr
BODYCOAT.—The Friends of the late Mr.
street and St. George s road, North Fitzroy. Tel
residence of Mr. C O Bott, No n Woodmasi
street, Malvern To morrow (Frida}.), nt 2 p" u_ ,
GOLDING.—Tho Friend» of the late Mr
GRIM!'.—The Irlcnds of the loto Mrs. ALICK
Di Mr. J Hurst Oreen, 03 Albert street, I ast
GUUMFS.—The Friends of the late Mrs. JOLI \
1HIS DIY (Thursdoy), of 3 o clock pm for
interment in the Chcltcnhom Cemcterj, arriving
HUTCHINSON".—The Friends of Mr. ALFRED
KNOWI.FS.—The funeral of the late Mrs
RYAN.—A Itcqulem Mass will bo celebrated
iJCvNLVS.—The Irlcntls of the late THOMAS
residence of his sister (Mrs. A I Urquhart)
D VY (Thura! 15.) at 3 i0 o clock
SWFFNEY.—The FricndB of the late Mitti VEI
WA1TF.—Ihorriendsof the late Mr. THOMAS
~" ?.—.—< . short service
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 8 October 1927 [Issue No.25,323] page 17 2017-06-23 12:34 WATTS.—On the 7th October, at the residence
WATTS. — On the 7th October, at the residence
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 8 October 1927 [Issue No.25,323] page 17 2017-06-23 12:33 vate hospital. The Grange, Last Malvern, to
Mr and Mrs. J Allert, Lyndhurst, Numurkah
ALLISON. —On the sith October, ot Guildford, Can
tcrburv* road Canterbury, to Mr and Mrs. M
It Allison, Longwood-a daughter
BAILEY. —On the 1st October, at Dunslaffnage,
Burwood, to Mr and Mrs R A Balle), ol High
street toad, Burwood-a son (CampboU Rupert),
vate hospital, to Mr and Mrs Mai V Bo)d,
Denmark street, Kow-a son (John Campbell)
at Rhymney private hospital, Swan Hill, to Mr
& Mrs. Clifford Carroll -a son (John).
ion private hospital, to Mr and Mrs A V
i irtcr Calstnip, Wells street. Frankston-a i
ti Lomlta private hospital, Ivnnhoe, to Mr
i 1 Vi. \. Chadwick-a daughter (Pegg)
Milsern)
CHESTER (nee Goffa). —On the Bth October at
II ti «ila Hospital, Richmond to Mr anl Mrs
i in It. -0 Charnwood crescent. St Kilda-a
iue.1 M (Winifred Isobel) Both well
CLARK (nee Hilda N. Knight). —On the 2Sth
*- 11 mbr. to Mr and Mrs. P Kenworth! Clark
f Is-ii-hmir Werribee-û daughter (Margaret
CORDER. —On the lltb September, ot Hopetoun,
Hopetoun street. Elsternwick, lo Mr and Mrs
DAVIS (nee Jean Vincent). —On the 22nd Septcm
1st at Dilmnlington East Malvern, to Mr und
ili* \\ Divis, of Albion road, Olenlrls-a son
(Joseph William)
1 27, at Cambrai, Alma road last St Kilda, to
Mr and Mr« R V Dearman-a daughter
DUNN. —On the 2nd October, at Sister Bowler»
private hospital, Korumburra lo Mr and Mrs
S. Dunn-a daughter (Rita Lorna)
DWYER. —On tho 30th September, at Lomlta, Ivan
hoe to Mr and Mrs II L. Dwyer, National
private hospital, Gleneira road. Caulfield, to
the wife of Mr Jack Gibb, Haeremai, 10 Allam-
bee avenue, East Camberwell-a daughter (Doro-
GILL. —On tho 13th September at Bendigo, to
Mr and Mrs. R. H. Gill of 28 Howard street,
October, at Primrose House Kerang to Mr. and
Mrs. D Gillespie-a daughter (Alison Gwen)
ber, 1927 at 46 Auburn avenue, Northcote to
Mr and Mrs Fred Goulding-a son (Neil Fred-
Ballarat, wife of John J. Griffith-a daughter
Mr and Mrs W L Hart of 19 Northcote avenue,
Canterbury —a son (Glen Stanlet).
HOPKINS. — On tho 1st October, 1927 to Mr and
mond, to Mr and Mrs Francis Hughan-a
at Trinafour, to Irma, wife of W A Keeley,
Gladstone street, Moonee Ponds—a son (pre
mature)
tember at Beechmont private hospital, The
LEWIS (nee Thelma Jordan). —On tho 29th Rep
lleniv street Burwood-a son (Stuart Jordan)
tember, to Mr. and Mrs Edward P. Marks, of
MARSHALL. —On the 14th May 1927. at Dromina,
tember to Mr and Mrs. J. D. McArthur-Red-
Earl's private hospital. Warrnambool to Mr and
Mrs C. J. McIntyre, Leven, Timor street, Warr-
nambool-a son (Ronald John).
Albans private hospital, Oakleigh, to Mr and
Alma road St. Kilda the wife of James H.
street, Essendon - a son (Arthur Raymond).
ber, at Glenelg private hospital Casterton.
io Mr and Mrs. A. McLeod Roper Crossley,
SEFTON. —On tho 10th September, at Glen Ellen
Kivale hospital Moe, to Mr and Mrs. S. R.
September at Granville private hospital, Willis
street Yarraville, the wife of W. Stewart of
On the 3rd October 1927, at London, the wife
of Howard Strong, M. Sc. —a son.
TANNER. —On the 9th September 1927 at their I
home 313 Riversdale road, Surrey Hills, to Mr
24th September at St Winifred's private hos-
ASHTON-CLEARY. —On Ihe 30th July,, at St. John
Clifton Hill. (Present address, "Cleish" Birch
street, Preston West ).
Andrew'» Church, Geelong, by the Rev. W. W.
lute Mr«. Bate, of Lara, to Rita, second daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. II. IV. Krogcr, of Normanby
LITTLE-McCUTCHEON. —On the 23rd July, at
McDONALD-SCURRAH. —On the 10th August at
Prohyterian Church Rochester, by the Res
daughter of Richard and Ldlth Scurrah, of
ington Methodist Church, by Rev F H Willi
ams, Albert Victor, only son of Mr and
Mrs G Moore, Mount Alexander road, Flem
ington to Olive Clara only daughter of Mr
and Mrs J F Hopley, Munro street, Brunswick
West
SHEIL—BROWN. —On the 2fth Fe! man 1127,
at the residence of the I ride s aunt (Mm. P
McLean), Afton Lodge Benalla, bv the Rev
A Butchers Vi ilium Glenister (Glen) second
son of Mr and Mr« Ü R. Shrll of Hathdown
Mr ind Mrs. W Brown, of Tile «.venue, More-
land
SIMPSON-WILSON. —On Hie list AugusL nt Holy
Trinity Church of England, Croiton by the
Rev J. H. Raverty, Harold Roy, only son of
Mr. and Mrs. H Simpson of Belgoi, Darebin
street. Northcote, late of Iona, Gippsland to
and Mrs. W. Wilson of Parkview, Turner street,
Abbotsford, and Taradale
October, 1902, at Hamilton by the Rev J.
ter ot the late T. Vivian, of Hamilton. (Pre-
sent address. Morwell )
Mary's Church of England, Fitzroy, by the Rev
C Barclay, Leslie Meridith eldest son of the
late Mr R. White and Mrs. White of East Mel-
bourne to Dorothy Elizabeth eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hare, of Royal Park
WRIGHT-MILLAR. —[Silver Wedding.]—On the
8th October, 1902, at St Mary's Church of Eng-
Arthur Thomas, e'**CTt «o» o' th" late Thomas
DEATHS
AITKN. —On the 2_Ui September, at Cheltenham,
Jean Purcell second daughter of loto George
ytkn, of Williamstown and DalkclUi, in her
90th )car Colonist of 70 )oars
ANDERSON. —On the (¡th October, at 10 Hosie
street, Richmond Jeanette (Jessie) dearly be
Douglas, Violet, Alex, Ena, and George, und
loving grandmnther of Jeanette Couslc)
of Mrs Banko (Nathalia) and brother of
Patrick, Mrs Byrne, Mrs. Long, Mrs Monahan
(deceased), Mrs. Bourke, and Mrs Lewin
of Vivanne, 35 Dickens street, St Kilda.
William Hardinge and the late Lucy Birchall
Launder street, Hawthorn) (English papers
of 68 years. (Private Interment.)
BRAIN. —On the 5th October, 1927, ot his resi-
and brother ol Ebert (Dimboola), Thomas (Box
Jane Dale, sixth daughter oí the late Mrs.
DEWHURST. - On the 6th October, passed peace-
DIXON. - On the 4lh October, 1927, at his resi-
DOWER. - On the 7th October, at Melbourne Hos-
DUDLEY. - On the 3rd October, Marion Isabel,
DUDLEY. - On the 3rd October, at Yerong, Wel-
DUDLEY. - On the 3rd October, at 131 Wellington
DUNNE (nee Steer). - On the 30th September, at
DUNNE. - On the 30th September, at Pakenham,
Chamberlain), Alice (Mrs Ferris), Maggie,
FENN. —On the Ht October nt Itokcbr private
liosjitl ti« Warracknabeal. Annie the beloved wife
of Alfred A tenu, and loving mother of Jack,
Isuncy, and baby SMrIe>, also dnr daughter
in law of Annie Fenn, St Kilda, ind sister in
law of Leonard tenn, ^jdncv Mr and Mrs
I Tcnn, Mr and Slra S Williams, and Ruby
FERGUSON. —In losing memory of Martin Fer
t,nson, who passed away on 2nd Octolwr, 1927
To know her was to lo*c Ucr
-(Iniiertcd by her sorrowing staff )
77 Pasco street Williamstown, Robert, dearly
beloved husband of Emily Sirah l-owlcr, nnd
loved father of Mar} (Mrs L Nicol) Stanley,
Tohn Orton (deceased, late All), and Beatrice
(deceased), aged 63 j ears
(result of motor injury), William Henry, joungcr
mm of late Jas Gallic, Drummond street, .North
HANSON. —On the Cth October at Rochester
Sarah Hanson, loving fither of Sidnev, I rede
rick, Canute, Amv (Mrs C Tee, Bairnsdale)
Henry Walter, LttJc (Mrs, W A Cochrane,
Sunshine)
dence of her daughter (Mrs James), 11 Edin-
wife of Major J T Harrison aged 70 years, late
HASSETT. —On the 29th September nt lus resi
di nee, IS Crime, blroct st Kilda, Patrick
Andrew late principal of Hassett b College,
I rnhrin and ^odnej, aged 6j 3 cara R.I P
HILLIARD. —On the 7th Octotxr at Sister Don
nellb private Iiospitil-. lather tlie Moved wife
of William and loving mother of Luther (Mrs
..amble), Mau! (Mrs. Palmer) I dilh, James
1 tliel »nd Doiotby, aged 52 j ears
of her son in law (Mr. F. J. Brown), 19A Strand,
Allan, aged69 years.
dence of her cousin (Miss E. A. Fagg) 86 Latrobe
Martha Mary Lawrence, aged SI years,
berra NSW, John Robert, youngest son of
of Boggabri, N.S.W. and beloved brother of
MOREY. —On the 7th October at a private ho«
1 it i) Oliver, the loving husband of Ellen
Morey, of 9 Herbert sfrert, St Kilda, father
ff Charles (dcceised), Ham, Fred (deceased)
Leonard, and Mírcd, in hh> bSth ¿car (No
Howers.)
NAGLE. —On the Cth October, at bia residence
Narbethong Corowa Hubert Bede lnvcd hu
Iwnd of Emily Lloyd Nagle, loving father of
Hleen Honor, Lewis, and Brian, aged -lu years.
IUP
hospital. Ernest John Tucker Osmciit ot Kur
anda, Willoby avenue, East Malvern beloved
husband of Mary and loved father of Gwendo-
PRATT. —On tht 7th October, 1927, it his resi
dence 1 Beatrice street. Kew, \\ It., the be-
of rrcd, Cam Sid, Edith (Mrs Clarke), and
Mr and Mrs J Warren, 35 Cecil street,
W D Nisbet), Alfred, Walter, and Archie, aged
(deceased), in her 60th year, (Interred pri-
STEDWELL. —On the 5th October at 16 Willis
1917, aged l8 years 5 months.
-(Inserted by his loved ones, 3 Tooronga road,
loved and only son of Mary and lato J H
of Doris, Vera and Irene
1-sithcr and son united
my deir son Lieut, H Hume Corney, M M ,
-(Inserted by his loving mother and father,
-(Inserted by brother and sister in Hw, Ted
-(Inserted by his loving sisters and brothers
-(Inserted by aunt Ada and cousins. Camber-
-(Inserted I y his lov ii g wife)
Bill - In loving remembrance of my 1 rotber
BLOOMFIELD. - In memory of our dear father,
BRIGGS.-In loving memory of, who passed away
BRINDLEY. - In loving memory of Norman H.,
-(Inserted by his mother, father, and brother.)
BROUGHTON. - In loving memory of our dear
BRUCE, Christina Elizabeth. - Io loving memory
EMMERSON.-In loving memory of our darling
EVANS. - In loving remembrance of my dear
GEORGE.-In fond memory of my beloved wife,
-(Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
HARRISON (nee Himstedt). -In sorrowing remem-
LAWLOR. - In memory of Annie who died Octo-
McDONALD - In memory of William Cooper
MACDONALD - In memory of William Cooper
Mrs Parsons late of Parkville
McARTHUR. - In loving memory of our beloved
McARTHUR - In loving memory of our dear
MERCER - In loving memory of our dear sister
NEALE - In loving memory of our dear Mary,
-(Inserted by her lovlnt larcnts, sisters, ond
PROW SI- - In loving memory of my dear friend,
-(Inserted by her loving son and daughter
-(Inserted by her loving daughter Lilian
-(Inserted by her loving daughter, Rae )
PUDD". - in affectionate memory of dearest
-(Inserted by her devoted son Roy daughter
-(Inserted by Sylvia and Jessie Harmer)
HOW I - in loving memory of our darling little
.SIM*. - In loving memory of our dear mother,
-(Inserted by their losing children )
THORP« C - lu losing memory of our dear son,
-(Inserted bj sorrosslng parents, brothers, and
-(Inserted by lils losing mother und family)
CUUiKL - Mr and Mrs II A CMItKL desire
ItlSTAU-Mrs 1-ORIbTAL, of Irariügon, and
MURIEL and Al L1SON, oí Black Rock, de
GEE-Mrs A J O.L and i-umily have buen
incut ol their deep appreciation \uidl-, Hail
GREGG -Mr and Mrs \ A. GREGG und
and Mrs GREGG, jun, desire to lU.Nh
thanking Mr U Itu^cll, Mr R G Ila. tie,
Mr ltd U_.lv util all ilc_«e accept this i
JONLb - Messrs 11 and W JONLb mid I um|l>
KING-Mrs G fcJMJ ami Daughter dot ire to
int*ions oí svmpithy in their leccnt sad be
LAWR.NCL - Mrs STEW MU and Daughter«
,», MiKSt - I* M VCH-.h and lamils desire to
ing Dr Adimson and li MjcDouild, eliimlst
-esAiLSA - Mrs II KO-s-S McVUI \Y desires
flonl tributes, and pcrbonal expressions ol sjin
fOHIlICh-Mn- ¡«Vt. -ludí J-aiiiil.. of GI- lijy
sonal acknowledgment ot our sincero gratitude.
-¡Jj*
MRS. O VCOTT and tamily d-rsiro to h««.-.-.*.*
Or Black and Dr Trood ofllccrs and members of
Saints Church, also Mr Garson, for the wav In
i-.l'ib, .vi-t,.<---i-, uiiu punxjirii ti-iiA unu iur
during his late Illness, ind Mr and Mr«. W "
cially thanking Dr Patrick for his kind attention
POWELL. - The Daughters of the late Mrs
also floral tributes, especially thanking Mrs Bay
SLAUGHTER. the late Mrs E
SQUIIttS - The esters of the late Mr O
ment, especially thanking Mr Prentice (Stork
Hotel), Mr hutton ("The Argus" oflice), and Mr
our dear brother, to Mr Browne ("The Argus"
Mr ond Mrs. Leslie Box Hill, Con Rta ble Craw
ford, Whittlesea, and Mr D Hayes, Allison Bros.
CQUIRh-Mrs C h SQUIRE and 1-amilv, of
rpHL 1-ainily of the Jito M \RY fcULLY return
WILLMOir- Mr and Mrs WILLMOTT and
bereavement, also Dr I orbes McKenzie for his
.I Brennand .-.irret North Htzroy
CONN -The .rienda of the laic Mr ItOBEIlT
DiWSOV-.ho Irionds of Mr and Mrs
DOWER.-The Triends of the late Mr WALTER
follosv his rein lins to tho place of interment, the
l?OW LI R - The Irlcnds of the late Mr ROBERT
HARRISON.-The Friends of Major J. T.
the place of interment in tho Brighton Ceme-
HLTGlirS - Friends of tho late Mr. EDWARD .1.
JACKSON.-The Friends of the late Mrs.
LAWRENCE.-The Friends of the late Miss
MADDEN. - The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
MAPLES.-The Frli-nds of the late ANNIE
brother In aw (Mr Willum Pemberton), 20 tames
street. Dandenong, THIS DU C-aturdis-,
MQTÍEY-The Funeral of the late Mr Olli ER
at 2 p m , for tho Melbourne General Cemetery.
Carlton, arriving at tlie cemetery gates at 2 15
AIRWAY- friends of tlio late Mr HORACE
ITT-Tho Friends of (ho late Mr W It
I>R1TCHA1!D -The Friends of Mr and Mrs.
RILEY.-The Friends of the late JOHN
which tho cortege will proceed to the Brighton
TOZER.-Tho Friend» of the late Mrs JANTE I
VAUGII \N -I rlcnds of the late Mrs ADA I
WATTS.-The Friends of the late Mrs Anna
sidencc of Mrs Oliver Watts, Krithia, Heaton
avenue, South St Kilda, THIS DAY(Saturday,
8th October), ot 3 p m o clock
Cremation is tho Better Waj
ALLANSON (nee Eva Syer).—On the 24th Sep-
vate hospital, The Grange, East Malvern, to
Mr. and Mrs. J, Allert, Lyndhurst, Numurkah—
ALLISON.—On the 4th October, of Guildford, Can-
terbury road Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. M.
R. Allison, Longwood—a daughter.
BAILEY.—On the 1st October, at Dunstaffnage,
Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bailey, of High
street road, Burwood—a son (Campbell Rupert),
(Both well.)
vate hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Mal. V. Boyd,
Denmark street, Kew—a son (John Campbell).
at Rhymney private hospital, Swan Hill, to Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Carroll—a son (John).
CARTER.—On the 141h September, at Maxwell-
ton private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Carter, Calstrup, Wells street, Frankston—a son.
at Lomita private hospital, Ivanhoe, to Mr.
and Mrs. Chadwick—a daughter (Peggy
Malvern).
CHESTER (nee Goffa).—On the 5th October, at
Bethesda Hospital, Richmond to Mr. and Mrs.
Chester, 20 Charnwood crescent, St. Kilda—a
daughter (Winifred Isobel). Both well.
CLARK (nee Hilda N. Knight).—On the 28th
September, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Kenworthy Clark,
of Kashmir, Werribee—a daughter (Margaret
Jean). (Both well.)
CORDER.—On the 11th September, of Hopetoun,
Hopetoun street, Elsternwick, to Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Corder, 161 North road, Gardenvale—a
DAVIS (nee Jean Vincent).—On the 22nd Septem-
ber, at Dalmalington, East Malvern, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. Davis, of Albion road, Gleniris—a son
(Joseph William).
1927, at Cambrai, Alma road, East St. Kilda, to
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Dearman—a daughter.
DUNN.—On the 2nd October, at Sister Bowler'a
private hospital, Korumburra, to Mr. and Mrs.
S. Dunn—a daughter (Rita Lorna).
DWYER.—On the 30th September, at Lomita, Ivan-
hoe, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dwyer, National
private hospital, Gleneira road, Caulfield, to
Mr. and Mrs. Reg Garrard, of Brighton—a daugh-
the wife of Mr. Jack Gibb, Haeremai, 10 Allam-
bee avenue, East Camberwell—a daughter (Doro-
thy Alison.) (Both well.)
GILL.—On the 13th September at Bendigo, to
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gill of 28 Howard street,
October, at Primrose House, Kerang, to Mr. and
Mrs. D Gillespie—a daughter (Alison Gwen).
(Both well.)
ber, 1927, at 46 Auburn avenue, Northcote, to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goulding—a son (Neil Fred-
Ballarat, wife of John J. Griffith—a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. W L Hart of 19 Northcote avenue,
Canterbury—a son (Glen Stanley).
HOPKINS.—On the 1st October, 1927, to Mr. and
mond, to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hughan—a
at Trinafour, to Irma, wife of W. A. Keeley,
Gladstone street, Moonee Ponds—a son (pre-
mature).
LEVECKE (nee Alma Purcell).—On the 27th Sep-
tember, at Beechmont private hospital, The
LEWIS (nee Thelma Jordan).—On the 29th Sep-
Henty street, Burwood—a son (Stuart Jordan).
tember, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Marks, of
MARSHALL.—On the 14th May 1927, at Dromina,
tember to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McArthur-Red-
Earl's private hospital, Warrnambool to Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. McIntyre, Leven, Timor street, Warr-
nambool—a son (Ronald John).
Albans private hospital, Oakleigh, to Mr. and
Alma road, St. Kilda the wife of James H.
MURIE.—On the 1st October, to Mr. and Mrs.
street, Essendon—a son (Arthur Raymond).
ber, at Glenelg private hospital, Casterton.
to Mr. and Mrs. A. McLeod Roper, Crossley,
SEFTON.—On the 10th September, at Glen Ellen
private hospital, Moe, to Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
September, at Granville private hospital, Willis
street, Yarraville, the wife of W. Stewart, of
On the 3rd October, 1927, at London, the wife
of Howard Strong, M. Sc,—a son.
TANNER.—On the 9th September, 1927, at their
home, 313 Riversdale road, Surrey Hills, to Mr.
24th September, at St. Winifred's private hos-
ASHTON-CLEARY.—On the 30th July, at St. John
Clifton Hill. (Present address, Cleish, Birch
street, Preston West.
Andrew's Church, Geelong, by the Rev. W. W.
lute Mrs. Bate, of Lara, to Rita, second daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kroger, of Normanby
LITTLE—McCUTCHEON.—On the 23rd July, at
McDONALD—SCURRAH.—On the 10th August at
Presbyterian Church, Rochester, by the Rev.
daughter of Richard and Edith Scurrah, of
MOORE—HOPLEY.—On 3rd September, at Flem-
ington Methodist Church, by Rev. F. H. Wil-
liams, Albert Victor, only son of Mr. and
Mrs. G Moore, Mount Alexander road, Flem-
ington, to Olive Clara, only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Hopley, Munro street, Brunswick
West.
SHEIL—BROWN.—On the 26th February, 1927,
at the residence of the bride's aunt (Mrs. P.
McLean), Afton Lodge, Benalla, by the Rev.
A. Butchers, William Glenister (Glen), second
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sheil, of Rathdown
street, North Carlton, to Maisie, only child of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown, of The Avenue, More-
land.
SIMPSON–WILSON.—On the 31st August, at Holy
Trinity Church of England, Croxton, by the
Rev. J. H. Raverty, Harold Roy, only son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Simpson of Belgoi, Darebin
street, Northcote, late of Iona, Gippslan,d to
and Mrs. W. Wilson, of Parkview, Turner street,
Abbotsford, and Taradale.
October, 1902, at Hamilton by the Rev. J.
ter of the late T. Vivian, of Hamilton. (Pre-
sent address, Morwell.)
Mary's Church of England, Fitzroy, by the Rev.
C Barclay, Leslie Meridith, eldest son of the
late Mr. R. White and Mrs. White, of East Mel-
bourne to Dorothy Elizabeth, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hare, of Royal Park.
WRIGHT—MILLAR.—[Silver Wedding.]—On the
8th October, 1902, at St. Mary's Church of Eng-
Arthur Thomas, eldest son of the late Thomas
DEATHS.
AITKN.—On the 25t September, at Cheltenham,
Jean Purcell, second daughter of late George
Aitkn, of Williamstown and Dalkeith, in her
90th year. Colonist of 70 years.
ANDERSON.—On the 6th October, at 10 Hosie
street, Richmond, Jeanette (Jessie), dearly be-
Douglas, Violet, Alex, Ena, and George, and
loving grandmother of Jeanette Cousley.
of Mrs. Banko (Nathalia), and brother of
Patrick, Mrs. Byrne, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Monahan
(deceased), Mrs. Bourke, and Mrs. Lewin..
of Vivanne, 35 Dickens street, St. Kilda.
William Hardinge and the late Lucy Birchall,
Launder street, Hawthorn). (English papers
of 68 years. (Private interment.)
BRAIN.—On the 5th October, 1927, of his resi-
and brother of Ebert (Dimboola), Thomas (Box
Jane Dale, sixth daughter of the late Mrs.
DEWHURST.—On the 6th October, passed peace-
DIXON.—On the 4lh October, 1927, at his resi-
DOWER.—On the 7th October, at Melbourne Hos-
DUDLEY.—On the 3rd October, Marion Isabel,
DUDLEY.—On the 3rd October, at Yerong, Wel-
DUDLEY.—On the 3rd October, at 131 Wellington
DUNNE (nee Steer).—On the 30th September, at
DUNNE.—On the 30th September, at Pakenham,
Chamberlain), Alice (Mrs. Ferris), Maggie,
FENN.—On the 1st October, at Rokeby private
hospital, Warracknabeal, Annie, the beloved wife
of Alfred A. Fenn, and loving mother of Jack,
Nancy, and baby Shirley; also dear daughter-
in-law of Annie Fenn, St. Kilda, and sister-in-
law of Leonard Fenn, Sydney; Mr. and Mrs.
J. Fenn, Mr. and Mrs. S. Williams, and Ruby
FERGUSON. — In loving memory of Martha Fer-
guson, who passed away 2nd October, 1927.
To know her was to love her.
—(Inserted by her sorrowing staff.)
77 Pasco street, Williamstown, Robert, dearly
beloved husband of Emily Sarah Fowler, and
loved father of Mary (Mrs. L. Nicol) Stanley,
John Orton (deceased, late A.I.F.), and Beatrice
(deceased), aged 63 years.
(result of motor injury), William Henry, younger
son of the late Jas. Gallie, Drummond street, North
HANSON.—On the 5th October, at Rochester,
Sarah Hanson, loving father of Sidnet, Frede-
rick, Canute, Amy (Mrs. C. Lee, Bairnsdale)m
Henrym Walter, Ettia (Mrs. W. A. Cochrane,
Sunshine).
dence of her daughter (Mrs. James), 11 Edin-
burgh street, Newmarket, Margaret Ann, beloved
wife of Major J. T. Harrison, aged 70 years, late
HASSETT.—On the 29th September, at his resi-
dence, Crimea street, St. Kilda, Patrick
Andrew, late principal of Hassett's College,
Prahran, and Sydney, aged 65 years. R.I.P.
HILLIARD.—On the 7th October, at Sister Don-
nell's private hospital, Esther, the beloved wife
of William, and loving mother of Esther (Mrs.
Gamble), Maud (Mrs. Palmer), Edith, James,
AFL, and Dorothy, aged 52 years.
of her son-in-law (Mr. F. J. Brown), 19A Strand,
Allan, aged 69 years.
dence of her cousin (Miss E. A. Fagg), 86 Latrobe
Martha Mary Lawrence, aged 81 years.
berra, N.S.W., John Robert, youngest son of
of Boggabri, N.S.W., and beloved brother of
MOREY.—On the 7th October, at a private hos-
pital, Oliver, the loving husband of Ellen
Morey, of 9 Herbert street, St. Kilda, father
of Charles (deceased), Harry, Fred (deceased),
Leonard, and Alfred, in his 68th year. (No
flowers.)
MURRAY.—On the 30th Septemberm at St.
NAGLE.—On the 6th October, at his residence,
Narbethong, Corowa, Hubert Bede, loved hus-
band of Emily Lloyd Nagle, loving father of
Eileen, Honor, Lewis, and Brian, aged 40 years.
R.I.P.
hospital, Ernest John Tucker Osment, of Kur-
anda, Willoby avenue, East Malvern, beloved
husband of Mary, and loved father of Gwendo-
PRATT.—On tht 7th October, 1927, at his resi-
dence, 1 Beatrice street, Kew, W. R., the be-
of Fred, Cam Sid, Edith (Mrs. Clarke), and
Mr. and Mrs. J Warren, 35 Cecil street,
W. D. Nisbet), Alfred, Walter, and Archie, aged
(deceased), in her 60th year. (Interred pri-
STEDWELL. — On the 5th October, at 16 Willis
1917, aged 18 years 5 months.
—(Inserted by his loved ones, 3 Tooronga road,
loved and only son of Mary and late J H
of Doris, Vera and Irene.
Father and son united.
my dear son Lieut. H. Hume Corney, M.M.,
—(Inserted by his loving mother and father,
—(Inserted by brother and sister in Hw, Ted
—(Inserted by his loving sisters and brothers
—(Inserted by aunt Ada and cousins. Camber-
fitber mother I Isle and Ruby.)
—(Inserted I y his lov ii g wife)
Bill.—In loving remembrance of my 1 rotber
-(I M G.)
BLOOMFIELD.—In memory of our dear father,
BRIGGS.—In loving memory of, who passed away
BRINDLEY.—In loving memory of Norman H.,
—(Inserted by his mother, father, and brother.)
BROUGHTON.—In loving memory of our dear
BRUCE, Christina Elizabeth.—Io loving memory
EMMERSON.—In loving memory of our darling
EVANS.—In loving remembrance of my dear
GEORGE.—In fond memory of my beloved wife,
—(Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
HARRISON (nee Himstedt).—In sorrowing remem-
LAWLOR.—In memory of Annie who died Octo-
McDONALD.—In memory of William Cooper
MACDONALD.—In memory of William Cooper
Mrs. Parsons late of Parkville
McARTHUR.—In loving memory of our beloved
-(Lauriston Middle Brighton.)
McARTHUR.—In loving memory of our dear
-(E , E H., B. E. Swan, East Camberwell.)
MERCER.—In loving memory of our dear sister
NEALE.—In loving memory of our dear Mary,
brothers, Rosie, Norman and Arnold.)
—(Inserted by her lovlnt larcnts, sisters, ond
PROW SI-.—In loving memory of my dear friend,
—(Inserted by her loving son and daughter
in law Harry and Eileen.)
—(Inserted by her loving daughter Lilian
Hazel.)
—(Inserted by her loving daughter, Rae.)
PUDD".—in affectionate memory of dearest
—(Inserted by her devoted son Roy daughter
—(Inserted by Sylvia and Jessie Harmer)
HOW I.—in loving memory of our darling little
Rhoda Rowe.)
.SIM*.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
—(Inserted by their losing children.)
and is ellie.)
THORP« C.—lu losing memory of our dear son,
—(Inserted bj sorrosslng parents, brothers, and
—(Inserted by lils losing mother und family)
CUUiKL.—Mr. and Mrs. II A CMItKL desire
ItlSTAU-Mrs. 1-ORIbTAL, of Irariügon, and
MURIEL and Al L1SON, of Black Rock, de
GEE-Mrs. A J O.L and i-umily have buen
incut of their deep appreciation \uidl-, Hail
GREGG -Mr. and Mrs. \ A. GREGG und
and Mrs. GREGG, jun, desire to lU.Nh
thanking Mr. U Itu^cll, Mr. R G Ila. tie,
Mr. ltd U_.lv util all ilc_«e accept this i
JONLb.—Messrs. 11 and W JONLb mid I um|l>
KING-Mrs. G fcJMJ ami Daughter dot ire to
int*ions of svmpithy in their leccnt sad be
LAWR.NCL.—Mrs. STEW MU and Daughter«
,», MiKSt.—I* M VCH-.h and lamils desire to
ing Dr. Adimson and li MjcDouild, eliimlst
-esAiLSA.—Mrs. II KO-s-S McVUI \Y desires
flonl tributes, and pcrbonal expressions of sjin
fOHIlICh-Mn- i«Vt. -ludí J—aiiiil.. of GI- lijy
sonal acknowledgment of our sincero gratitude.
-iJj*
MRS. O VCOTT and tamily d-rsiro to h««.—.—.*.*
Or Black and Dr. Trood ofllccrs and members of
Saints Church, also Mr. Garson, for the wav In
i-.l'ib, .vi-t,.<—i-, uiiu punxjirii ti-iiA unu iur
during his late Illness, ind Mr. and Mr«. W "
cially thanking Dr. Patrick for his kind attention
POWELL.—The Daughters of the late Mrs
also floral tributes, especially thanking Mrs. Bay
SLAUGHTER. the late Mrs. E
SQUIIttS.—The esters of the late Mr. O
ment, especially thanking Mr. Prentice (Stork
Hotel), Mr. hutton ("The Argus" oflice), and Mr
our dear brother, to Mr. Browne ("The Argus"
Mr. ond Mrs. Leslie Box Hill, Con Rta ble Craw
ford, Whittlesea, and Mr. D Hayes, Allison Bros.
CQUIRh-Mrs. C h SQUIRE and 1—amilv, of
rpHL 1—ainily of the Jito M \RY fcULLY return
WILLMOir- Mr. and Mrs. WILLMOTT and
bereavement, also Dr. I orbes McKenzie for his
.I Brennand .—.irret North Htzroy
CONN -The .rienda of the laic Mr. ItOBEIlT
DiWSOV-.ho Irionds of Mr. and Mrs
DOWER.—The Triends of the late Mr. WALTER
follosv his rein lins to the place of interment, the
l?OW LI R.—The Irlcnds of the late Mr. ROBERT
HARRISON.—The Friends of Major J. T.
the place of interment in the Brighton Ceme-
HLTGlirS.—Friends of the late Mr. EDWARD .1.
JACKSON.—The Friends of the late Mrs.
LAWRENCE.—The Friends of the late Miss
MADDEN.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
MAPLES.—The Frli-nds of the late ANNIE
brother In aw (Mr. Willum Pemberton), 20 tames
street. Dandenong, THIS DU C—aturdis-,
MQTÍEY-The Funeral of the late Mr. Olli ER
at 2 p m , for the Melbourne General Cemetery.
Carlton, arriving at the cemetery gates at 2 15
AIRWAY- friends of the late Mr. HORACE
ITT-Tho Friends of (ho late Mr. W It
I>R1TCHA1!D -The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
RILEY.—The Friends of the late JOHN
which the cortege will proceed to the Brighton
TOZER.—Tho Friend» of the late Mrs. JANTE I
VAUGII \N -I rlcnds of the late Mrs. ADA I
WATTS.—The Friends of the late Mrs. Anna
sidencc of Mrs. Oliver Watts, Krithia, Heaton
avenue, South St. Kilda, THIS DAY(Saturday,
8th October), of 3 p m o clock
Cremation is the Better Waj
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 8 October 1927 [Issue No.25,323] page 17 2017-06-23 11:48 Vivian and Rose (Mrs. J Marks, Ballarat),
BENJAMIN - The Friends of the late Mr
ALBERT A BENJAMIN are informed that
his remains will be interred in the Brighton Ceme
The funeral is appointed to move from the re
sidence of his son (Mr Vivian Benjamin).
Vivian and Rose (Mrs. J. Marks, Ballarat),
BENJAMIN. — The Friends of the late Mr.
ALBERT A. BENJAMIN are informed that
his remains will be interred in the Brighton Ceme-
The funeral is appointed to move from the re-
sidence of his son (Mr. Vivian Benjamin).
(Sunday, 9th October), at 9,15 a.m. o'clock.
APPPS AND SONS PTY. LTD., Undertakers.
'Phones Win. 70, 71.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 7 October 1927 [Issue No.25,322] page 1 2017-06-23 11:45 (In order to guard against imposition. Birth,
ensure their insertion.)
private hospital, Geelong, to Rev and Mrs. Ed-
Meehan, of Colac, to Eileen R.; daughter of
JONES.-On the 5th October, 1927, at Talbot
McCAY.- On the 1st October, at Halifax, Alma,
mother," Allson Janet Andert-on, «ho pawed
onay at Chternuick, Octolwr 7. 1323; also our
Iotfng father, fcHwinua George, who died at Caul
field, June 15. 1927. (Inserted bv her loving
tons.)
BAIN.-InloVlng memory of Alexander, the Iw
loved husband of Ethel, also the be loi ed father
of Gladys, who passt-d away 7ih October, 192L.
* Ever remembered.
-(Inserted by lils loving wife and daughter.)
DE VILLE.-In loving memory of my dear friend.
DEVILLE.-In sweet remembrance of. our darling
in-law, and grandson - Isabella, Frank, and Ver-
FLEMING.-In tad and loving inrtnorv of mother,
FLEMING.-In lo\ing memory of our dear mother,
CANT.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
GORDON.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
GORDON.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
-(Inserted by her loving son, Arch, and daugh-
GORDON.-Tn loving memory of our dear mother,
-(Inserte J ¡y ucr i0^Jng daughter« E. C , E. O ,
GRIFFITH .-In »cn ii an I lot Ine inomorv of my
HAWKINS - In loi ing tneinorj of our deir mother,
HEWETT - In Io\Ing memon of I Isle llachael
LAWN - In loving memory of our dear cousin
Love's greatest gift - remembrance.
LAWSON - in loving memory of my dear mother, Agnes, passed away October 7, 1926, at Clendon
LE MAU ICE.-lu loving memory of my dear bun
passed away ou tlie 7tb October, 192C, at Fair-
Good was hh> hear Lb ¡a irfmdsbip true.
-(Inserted by his loving wife and Id m fly/
LOK PL'S.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
MARSHALL.-Iii loving memory of roy-dear hus-
MARSHALL.-In loving memory of our dear
MARSHALL.-In loving memory of dear dad,
-(Inserted by his loving son, Laurlo, Lucy, and
MARSHALL. - In loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by his loving eon and daughter,
MARSHALL.-In loving memory of roy dear
-(Inserted by his friend, W. Keddan.)
MAItSHALL.-In affectionate memory of our be-
MAIISNALL.-In loving memory of our dear friend,
QUIO LEY.-In loving memory of-my dear mother,
ROBERTS. - In loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by his son, .lim, and ¿nully.)
SMITH.-In loving mernoo* of our d^ar mother
STEVENS - In lot ing memory of my dear bus
STEVENS.-In lot ing memory of our deir father.
-(Inserted by his son and dwglitir)
-(Inserted by her loving husband, J M Sum
-(Inserted by loving son, Dave, and friend
-(Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law,
SUMMERFIELD - In loving memory of our dear mother,
SUMMERFIELD - In loilng minion of our dear
WADEY.-In loving remembrance of my dear
DAWSON.-Mrs. DAWSON and the relatives to
CAMERON - The I rlends of the late Mr
l"kUI>UINOroN -The friends of Mr JOHN
wick ¡«I Win -uri_
lJ'Jtt \M- -The I lionel« of the late Mr \\ II LI \M
in tbo Box Hill Cemeleiv
FREEMAN - The friends of the late Mrs. ANNIE
KENXON". - The Friends of the late XOItMAN
POWELL .-The Friends of tho late WALTER
SMITH. - Friend* of the laic Mrs. SUSAN
TATE - The Friend» of the lato Mr*. EMILY
remains will be interred in tile Fawkner Ceme-
[In order to guard against imposition. Birth,
ensure their insertion.]
private hospital, Geelong, to Rev. and Mrs. Ed-
Meehan, of Colac, to Eileen R., daughter of
JONES.—On the 5th October, 1927, at Talbot
McCAY.—On the 1st October, at Halifax, Alma,
mother, Alison Janet Anderson, who passed
away at Elsternwick, October 7, 1923; also our
loving father, Silvanus George, who died at Caul-
field, June 15. 1927. (Inserted by her loving
sons.)
BAIN.—In loving memory of Alexander, the be-
loved husband of Ethel, also the beloved father
of Gladys, who passed away 7th October, 1921.
Ever remembered.
—(Inserted by lils loving wife and daughter.)
DE VILLE.—In loving memory of my dear friend.
DEVILLE.—In sweet remembrance of. our darling
in-law, and grandson.—Isabella, Frank, and Ver-
FLEMING.—In tad and loving inrtnorv of mother,
FLEMING.—In lo\ing memory of our dear mother,
CANT.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
GORDON.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
GORDON.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
—(Inserted by her loving son, Arch, and daugh-
GORDON.—Tn loving memory of our dear mother,
—(Inserte J iy ucr i0^Jng daughter« E. C , E. O ,
GRIFFITH .—In »cn ii an I lot Ine inomorv of my
HAWKINS.—In loi ing tneinorj of our deir mother,
mid Lric.)
HEWETT.—In Io\Ing memon of I Isle llachael
jcirs (Inpfrtcd by W m F Hewett.)
LAWN.—In loving memory of our dear cousin
Love's greatest gift.—remembrance.
LAWSON.—in loving memory of my dear mother, Agnes, passed away October 7, 1926, at Clendon
LE MAU ICE.—lu loving memory of my dear bun
passed away ou the 7tb October, 192C, at Fair-
Good was hh> hear Lb ia irfmdsbip true.
—(Inserted by his loving wife and Id m fly/
LOK PL'S.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
MARSHALL.—Iii loving memory of roy-dear hus-
MARSHALL.—In loving memory of our dear
MARSHALL.—In loving memory of dear dad,
—(Inserted by his loving son, Laurlo, Lucy, and
MARSHALL.—In loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by his loving eon and daughter,
MARSHALL.—In loving memory of roy dear
—(Inserted by his friend, W. Keddan.)
MAItSHALL.—In affectionate memory of our be-
MAIISNALL.—In loving memory of our dear friend,
QUIO LEY.—In loving memory of-my dear mother,
ROBERTS.—In loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by his son, .lim, and ¿nully.)
SMITH.—In loving mernoo* of our d^ar mother
STEVENS.—In lot ing memory of my dear bus
STEVENS.—In lot ing memory of our deir father.
—(Inserted by his son and dwglitir)
—(Inserted by her loving husband, J M Sum
—(Inserted by loving son, Dave, and friend
Dorrie..)
—(Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law,
SUMMERFIELD.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
lu, li k ml Mun:., and lilli \ ilma.)
SUMMERFIELD.—In loilng minion of our dear
-(Inseited bv Urs East and famllv, blaine.)
WADEY.—In loving remembrance of my dear
DAWSON.—Mrs. DAWSON and the relatives to
CAMERON.—The I rlends of the late Mr
l"kUI>UINOroN -The friends of Mr. JOHN
wick i«I Win -uri_
lJ'Jtt \M- -The I lionel« of the late Mr. \\ II LI \M
in the Box Hill Cemeleiv
FREEMAN.—The friends of the late Mrs. ANNIE
KENXON".—The Friends of the late XOItMAN
POWELL .—The Friends of the late WALTER
SMITH.—Friend* of the laic Mrs. SUSAN
TATE.—The Friend» of the late Mr*. EMILY
remains will be interred in the Fawkner Ceme-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 6 October 1927 [Issue No.25,321] page 1 2017-06-23 11:39 DAI - In loitng and honouicil liliintiii of oi
brett rr »¡Ifml, Mho dtpulcil tills life
BUtFi - In tond lenicniliilnec of our dearlj
-(Inserte! 1« his lot hu,' dninrhter, I lorelmo,
fltOsT - In fond remembnnco oí our deir fitlier,
HlItRIS - In loi ¡np; meillon of our dear mother,
itte (Mrs Ilioiin)
m«0\ - In loilns inemorj of mi dear lum
MELLOW.-In sad and loving meillon of m} dear
-(Inserted In his loving wife Annie and sons
MURRAY.-in fond meillon of our dear biothcr,
PvRFRE>, - In loving memon of mv dear bus
kSHTIU'E\I1S0N - In loving memon of our
-(Inserto 1 b\ her son mil daughter J line«
lol oí G
WILLM01T - In loving mcmor} of our dcarj
-(Inserted by lovin" sister and brother in lav»,
} \WklNS. - In sad and loving memory of our
-(Inserted by his loving larcnts, sisters and
BUSH11 I) - The friends of Mr fllFDIRICh
ClLl \RD-The rrlends of Mr MOIBf\ JOHN
C^U\T¡.-The friends of Mr UHU*.M COWS,
H M OLSON - The Iricnds of the late Mr«
POLLARD.-The Friend» of the late-"..
The funeral li appointed to leave lils lato resi-
IXlWELL.-The Friends of MU WILLIAM
?pYK.-The Friend« ,of the" late Miss HELEN
REYNOLD?.-Tlic Friends of the late Mrs.
ROBINSON.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M.
SHEAHAN.-The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
YVF.HB.-Tile Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY
(Thursday, 6th October), at 2 p.m., for the Bi ¡gil-
WILKINSON.-The Friends of Hie Inte Mrs.
DAI.—In loitng and honouicil liliintiii of oi
brett rr »iIfml, Mho dtpulcil tills life
-(Hormcc »nile!.)
BUtFi.—In tond lenicniliilnec of our dearlj
I'M (Doris and Chirks Iliillci.)
Grandchildren ( niliani and Glicinia.)
—(Inserte! 1« his lot hu,' dninrhter, I lorelmo,
ind enndt hiltlren, GeofFrei and Iteiti.)
fltOsT.—In fond remembnnco of our deir fitlier,
I" his It iii« wife and f milli.)
HlItRIS.—In loi inp; meillon of our dear mother,
itte (Mrs. Ilioiin)
m«0\.—In loilns inemorj of mi dear lum
MELLOW.—In sad and loving meillon of m} dear
—(Inserted In his loving wife Annie and sons
Charlu Lirio and Stanlev.)
MURRAY.—in fond meillon of our dear biothcr,
-llnwited In J Mnmv omi fumllv Terang.)
PvRFRE>,.—In loving memon of mv dear bus
Partial d plaie '.onth 'iarra.)
Qi»en Mini and Wen.)
kSHTIU'E\I1S0N.—In loving memon of our
—(Inserto 1 b\ her son mil daughter J line«
«nth ind Jeannie D King \rnia 1 ile.)
1 Imond.)
lol of G
Vucit.)
WILLM01T.—In loving mcmor} of our dcarj
—(Inserted by lovin" sister and brother in lav»,
1 lilian Kearn, Coburg.)
} \WklNS.—In sad and loving memory of our
—(Inserted by his loving larcnts, sisters and
BUSH11 I).—The friends of Mr. fllFDIRICh
ClLl \RD-The rrlends of Mr. MOIBf\ JOHN
C^U\Ti.—The friends of Mr. UHU*.M COWS,
H M OLSON.—The Iricnds of the late Mr«
POLLARD.—The Friend» of the late-"..
The funeral li appointed to leave lils late resi-
IXlWELL.—The Friends of MU WILLIAM
?pYK.—The Friend« ,of the" late Miss HELEN
REYNOLD?.—Tlic Friends of the late Mrs.
ROBINSON.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M.
SHEAHAN.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
YVF.HB.—Tile Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY
(Thursday, 6th October), at 2 p.m., for the Bi igil-
WILKINSON.—The Friends of Hie Inte Mrs.
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MaiTltRe, Death and In Mimoruin notices must
te autbeillicatul by some reputable person to
eoiuie their insertion ]
Bulb Manlar/e, Death, llcrcaecmcnt. In Memo
t|an and 1 uneral Noliec«, up to G line!, 3/,
otra line« at Cd
rlM-EIi-WOOI M\N -On Hie Stli vptemui-r, at
-t ¡mut pro C it lu dril bali bj tulon Thom
ion IIamilt<n Maciionald ot hornill, '?tratford,
"Mist ton of the lute Hu Simticl and Jane
iriifi Term* t« U\ ti rruiccs (Nell) cider
¡ejiishterof the late Hoheit an I I illlc Woolman,
of it Kilda
DEATHS
ipAMs _On Ihe "rd October, ni Mooroopna Mar} !
inn beim Ml mother of lick Waller, JIarj,
Horace, and Horrie nfced 70 uuls
At rest
BRMfl- On tin" 3th Oetobir at the Melbourne
liol »al Ccorgc lohn, Imlnc; fithcr of MUnrla
\|j| IfuM ii le, und I luther of Willie and lillie
(Iwate interment )
Birrin I)-On the 4th. October, J1J7 at Ikr
irfilrnce, tS stmrt Btrect Moonee Ponds Jessie,
iloirli bcloi ed u ifc of 1 rulei Ick Dutfield lo» Ing
mellier of Mildred (Mm Waldron), Hale (Mrr '
\f«man), mil Walter, lifting t,rnudma c
t.Udis «ged C3 3 ear»
CMUnD-On Hie 5lh October (siiddenli) »
the residence of hin son, 43 Alum toad, Muirum
been« Jlolsej John Cullanl
coW- On the 4th October, 1527 (result of noel
dent), at Goclnns ^nh \nn the dearh loied
vife of William Couts of 'I Mjiiminir street
Nivtown Geelong and fmniorlj of Donald
"nd loi ed dniiditor of Hie late lohn mil I liznbi Hi
U*> "' I'1"0 "i,cr ""' ,r"lnK k'5t<' °' WH
Ham John Thouin«, Nellie (Sirs Drisliilc) Illili}
(Mi» Vorgin), Mat (Mis Jim Hill), rtnma (Mrs. '
n *.tout), afced Gd itars
COI I Anil-On the "til October nt iriiato ho?
Pltal Uimboola Chirks H Met of the bite Annie
(nIMrd (nee IMsom), loiln,? fuller of Charles I
and li« le
OfttCOin -On tin 2nd Oilnbei at her home
( rectisl orotiph, >nnlc Hu cloirti 1 cloud
dichter oit li IxiiniOis mid tin. I Hi W illlam
In »le« «istel of Will 1 Ionic (Mis Ot '
dillon Hill), «coiu. Iel (I liiflcld) Pi
I III" (Mrs Mocfonl (llirshind) !>}
leaiel) and Manlci ((.roi lisbon lull)
Lnderncith ire Hie Iwrlisliti,: Anns
IirlTESON Hillstead)-On tin "ith October, at
\IM Ho rdtnl, 1 mlsi Hctt,o«oii (late of
lljitlnc?) loiim, mother of No.i (I-asl Mai
iem) and tieorpp (lla^tiiiRH) mother in law of
Hard an I grandmother of I orrtiinc, ancd CS
nar« (No nioiirnlu,)
JtMl\-On the 4th Odobir Marfrirct Murri}
(lice ) 'he deirlj lovel \itmgcst daughter
ot Mr to! Mr» C W.slci tam» uni Imlng
tixcr of lionel mil Iliiniii nucd 9 jc
(liteiMd at Itrfchtnii (k Inner "> )
Our little limoi in heim n
KITGxN - Oil the All 0< lobci (MlilluiH) It lilt I
rr< lence Mile 1 I iiilI< Moved lund and i
Man Keenan mil IoiIim, ilillil of lleilrirc ni
francis ifre I b3 jen« (interred at Coln'
4th October )
Heit lu p ne
KIMI» III H -On the Hi Octnler it Horsham, I
John him! uln ice I 61 io in,
HIIH1T-On the .ml Ootihir 1127 ni hllbnn,
Mm h i Ulm eldest diutJiUr of Hie late Mr
and Mr I' 1 aherl I! 1 V
jlORriN-on Hie nth Otlnbci ii n iriinlo lins. I
pital I>i\ni Malllials Mi ii. iii foi inorl> ihtif
ir«nerfnr in Veil /< limul of «lit. New ?cnl uni
loan nid Mercantile \gei oj Co Hil, aged 13
ORAV-On Ihr lilli October ni Hie icsldonco nt
hu son in la» (Sir Osborni, lb Uiunliiu street,
Murrumheen i), linni Hit tlmlli hiltiiod hus
land ot the tate UImI« III Or nu Unlni; fat ht r
c1 nmni (Mr» 1 iini.lu.lii) (.1011.0 (dei ulm ii),
rllulflh (Mrs Osborne), mil Min (dtaascd),
aird SI jcar» ( adelaide papéis pluisc topj )
101 HIID-On tin. Stil Uttthtr nt lil« late rcsl
doner educíale nnil, Kui, ( Ilford Milllam,
the tleirli betoioi! husband ot Man Inn, mid
lo<lnc ind ilnnlitl father of 1 Ib-ihcth (Mrs 1
Ilndlri) and I Uli (Mri I llirrie) and lol hu
jrrandfuthti of I Ute and Dolla mid I tina and
Lorna aped t'S n ni*
1 itlmt snlteicr nt rt«t
POWHl -On the lill October, at 1 Stelimt
itrM Urtinsii ick lll/uhelli Uni the biloicd
wife ot \Wllinm l'omll, lulim: lliolhei oflnlui
line flenni and (lie lite \ustlii l'oiull
HI-On Hie Mh October, nt last Millern,
Helen daughter of Hu late lohn and Manrnrit
tv hirnltli I Jfeshirt, Scotland, and tleirlj
Iniel lister of Mis 1 lliuckiu r lull of liillhu
ckn Main iuih J'rt sin terian missionary to
Ile (hint se In Mt lltonrin
REYNOLDS.- On the 4th October, at Patiala,
of S. F. Reynolds (Privately interred, Chelten-
JfíiWON -On Hie Hi OcIoIili, at Mnnnook
riliate hns|illiil, (?«elidí, Hu dearli loied
icinLfst tltuulitir of lui» I mid Mnlcolm llubln
wn Uilni, «Istti of Léonin), Noinuin, and
Ikna aged lit liars
SHEAHAN. - On the 5th October, at Mt. St. Evins
¡QllRl - [lil cable] - On tin lill October
(Midd'nli ) Pnnelt folni Monticil, Camdn,
drirli leloicd sou of Mr ind Mm
Trancis Tc-lin Squiu Cb irles street «eddon,
brother of Mi«, Ceni"-e, William, Hilen,
lianurr late lohn, mid Ullin, agid 29 jcars
11 months
HMI - On the 4th Ortobci at lier Inte teal
dence Tal Iisrocialc load Moonie l'ouds Min
inn relict of the lale linn tims Wibb, and
dearli belnud mollur of Iltrbtit, Walter (de
cfajcd) \da \nnle Linili I nos, Mai
anil 1 tittil ai;ed St) icnv« (I nU of \delaldt. )
Tor el cr li lill tin. Lord
IN MEMORIAM,
Oil Acllic Service.
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FRASER—WOOLMAN.—On the 5th September, at
St. Paul's pro-Cathedral, Sale, by Canon Thorn-
ton, Hamilton Macdonald, of Koorah, Stratford,
elder son of the late Rev. Samuel and Jane
Fraser, Terang, to Ellen Frances (Nell), Helder
daughter of the late Robert and Lillie Woolman,
of St. Kilda.
DEATHS.
ADAMS.—On the 3rd October, at Mooroopna, Mary
Ann, beloved mother of Jack, Walter, Mary,
Horace, and Florrie, aged 70 years.
At rest.
BRYER.—On the 5th October, at the Melbourne
Hospital, George John, loving father of Victoria
Mai Huxtable, and brother of Willie and Lilie.
(Private interment.)
BUSFIELD.—On the 4th October, 1927, at her
residence, 38 Stuart street, Moonee Ponds, Jessie,
dearly beloved wife of Frederick Busfield, Loving
mother of Mildred (Mrs. Waldron), Elsie (Mrs.
Newman), and Walter; loving grandma of
Gladys, aged 63 years.
CALLARD.—On the 5th October (suddenly), at
the residence of his son, 43 Alma road, Murrum-
beena, Moisey John Callard.
COATS.—On the 4th October, 1927 (result of acci-
dent), at Geelong, Sarah Ann, the dearly loved
wife of William Coats, of 9 Manning street,
Newtown, Geelong, and formerly of Donald;
and loved daughter of the late John and Elizabeth
Eades, of Little River, and loving sister of Wil-
liam John, Thomas, Nellie (Mrs. Drysdale), Fanny
(Mrs. Morgan), Mat (Mrs. Jim Ball), Emma (Mrs.
W. Stout), aged 53 years.
COLLARD.—On the 5th October, at private hos-
pital, Dimboola, Charles, relict of the late Annie
Collard (nee Elsom), loving father of Charles
and Jessie.
GREGORY.—On the 2nd October, at her home,
Greensborough, Annie, the dearly beloved
daughter of E. R. Knowles, and the late William
Knowles, sister of Will, Florrie (Mrs. Cook,
Clifton Hill), George, Ted (Fairfield), Peter,
Gertie(Mrs. Mogford, Gippsland), Ivy (di-
ceased), and Stanley (Greensborough).
Underneath are the Everlasting Arms.
HELGESON (Halstead).—On the 5th October, at
Alfred Hospital, Louisa Helgeson (late of
Hastings), loving mother of Norman (East Mel-
bourne), and George (Hastings), mother-in-law of
Hazel, and grandmother of Lorraine, aged 68
years. (No mourning.)
JAMES.—On the 4th October, Margaret Murray
(Peggy), the dearly loved youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley James, and loving
sister of Lionel and Bernice, aged 9 years.
(Interred at Brighton October 5.)
Our little flower in heaven.
KEEGAN.—On the 2nd October (suddenly), at his
residence, Alvie, Francis, beloved husband of
Mary Keegan, and loving father of Beatrice and
Francis, aged 63 years. (Interred at Colac,
4th October.)
Rest in peace.
KIMBERLEY.—On the 5th October, at Horsham,
John Kimberley, aged 69 years.
LAHERT.—On the 2nd October, 1927, at Kilbray,
Moyhu, Ellen, eldest daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. P. Lahert R.I.P.
MORGAN.—On the 5th October, at a private hos-
pital, David Matthias Morgan, formerly chief
inspector in New Zealand of the New Zealand
Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., aged 53
years.
ORAM.—On the 5th October, at the residence of
his son-in-law (Mr. Osborne, 18 Lawrance street,
Murrumbeena), James, the dearly beloved hus-
band of the late Elizabeth Oram, loving father
of Emma (Mrs. Langbein), George (deceased),
Elizabeth (Mrs. Osborne), and John (deceased),
aged 81 years. (Adelaide papers please copy.)
POLLARD.—On the 5th October, at his late resi-
dence, Edgevale road, Kew, Clifford William,
the dearly beloved husband of Mary Jean, and
loving and devoted father of Elizabeth (Mrs. J.
Bradley), and Elsie (Mrs. J. Barrie), and loving
grandfather of Elsie and Doris, and Edna and
Lorna, aged 68 years.
Patient suffer at rest.
POWELL.—On the 5th October, at 9 Stewart
street, Brunswick, Elizabeth Jane, the beloved
wife of William Powell, loving mother of Valen-
tine, Elenor, and the late Austin Powell.
PYE.—On the 5th October, at East Malvern,
Helen, daughter of the late John and Margaret
Pye, Kircaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland, and dearly
loved sister of Mrs. E. Bruckner, late of Ruther-
glen. Many years Presbyterian missionary to
the Chinese in Melbourne.
REYNOLDS.—On the 4th October, at Patiala,
of S. F. Reynolds. (Privately interred, Chelten-
ROBINSON.—On the 5th October, at Maronook
private hospital, Gwenda, the dearly loved
youngest daughter of Isabel and Malcolm Robin-
son, loving sister of Leonard, Norman, and
Mena, aged 6½ years.
SHEAHAN.—On the 5th October, at Mt. St. Evins
SQUIRE — [By cable.] — On the 4th October
(suddenly), Francis John, Montreal, Canada,
dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis John Squire, Charles street, Seddon,
brother of Mary, George, William, Helen,
Margaret, late John, and Brian, aged 29 years
11 months.
WEBB. — On the 4th October, at her late resi-
dence, 60 Pascoevale road, Moonee Ponds, Mary
Ann, relic of the late Henry Enos Webb, and
dearly beloved mother of Herbert, Walter (de-
ceased), Ada, Annie, Emily, Enos, May, Mina,
and Edith, aged 86 years. (Late of Adelaide.)
For ever with the Lord.
IN MEMORIAM.
On Active Service.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 5 October 1927 [Issue No.25,320] page 1 2017-06-23 10:40 BAKER.—On the 10th September, at Ulverston
____, 11 Love street, Black Rock, Bertha, the
Hunter), Ruby (Mrs McConnell), Violet (Mrs.
MOTTERAM. - On the 4th October, at her resi-
Frederick Charles Mottram, and loving mother
of Florry (Mrs Ewing), Lavinia (Mrs Hender-
son), Clara (Mrs Barrett), Leonard, Evan,
No. __ Carlingford street, Elsternwick, Godfrey
___, Strathbogie (suddenly), Margaret, the
-(Inserted In Iii« luiliu- until biotlier In
Millie (Mrs late), Mink (Mrs tai>s), und
\\.-'U nari the momliiE of our leon-.
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CTFf.G - In loiinir memorj of our dear mollie
VII \<.- In 1 line liKinoli of I ninia Hiüiibflh,
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BAKER.—On the 10th September, at Ulverstone
Calais, 11 Love street, Black Rock, Bertha, the
dence, Wimmeraux, 40 Elizabeth street, New-
Hunter), Ruby (Mrs. McConnell), Violet (Mrs.
MOTTERAM.—On the 4th October, at her resi-
Frederick Charles Motteram, and loving mother
of Florry (Mrs. Ewing), Lavinia (Mrs. Hender-
son), Clara (Mrs. Barrett), Leonard, Evan,
No. 33 Carlingford street, Elsternwick, Godfrey
Roxie[?], Strathbogie (suddenly), Margaret, the
dearly beloved wife of William Short, aged 69years.
—(Inserted In Iii« luiliu- until biotlier In
la», nil nine, Km li Ml«..)
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\\.—'U nari the momliiE of our leon-.
—(Inserted bl lils mother and ilaughttr, lu.)
' nilli.)
Hoi and Marjorj.)
(Inserted bj Mt) and .lim.)
CTFf.G.—In loiinir memorj of our dear mollie
sin Maud and 1 In.)
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VII \<.— In 1 line liKinoli of I ninia Hiüiibflh,
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ÏJOOIH.—rin rrlouls of Mr. HINl-r II
C10VI--Hie Irielils of Mr. WIII.MM COVT-,
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JOHN t 110O1 of (.»elong, mil Inrmnlt i
<f liston (Mr. ? ?'--? '
TVNON -flic I Hen Is of the late Mr. I1HI1IHIT
C'UINII.—The Iiiends of lb» lat» MMH
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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 4 October 1927 [Issue No.25,319] page 1 2017-06-23 10:33 Fredweic Henri, native of Switzerland (late
SEYMOUR!-On the 2nd October, at Balwyn,
Leslie, JUuile (Mn J. II lone-) I rank, Lthcl
(Mrs. A. E Jarratt), and William, aged 71
£»EAHS-On the 21lh =i nienaber, at Puddavme,
Totnes IVvon, Lowland charles Jamie lie
loved husband of lec«lo Mvearn, and eon in law
»I the late James Miller, llo ilo, Uhort Tirk
TlUNTON - On tin "rd October (silddenlv), at
her residence, Hie Hungilnvv, 20 Hoddle street
Elsternwick., Marv I liznhrth, the iharlv bclove<l
«ile of Hairy Grosvenor Taunton, aged C5
J ears.
IRLS -On tile 3rd October, at her residence,
w Mount street, Hcidclbcig, Isabella, lelict
of the late John tren, and loving mother of
Jack, Jean, and Len
ÍATTS.-On the 3rd October, at private hospital,
Vrth Catlton, Harriet, 1» loved daughter ot
th late Joseph and Lllza Watts, sister of Mm
l'aima Bradtord Mrs '-uah llndford Joe (all
deceased), and Selina (Mr» W .\ Wallace), of
103 Mcholson street, Lnst Brunswick.
Fvennore a welcome guest,
There is no dcatli
NJ'ITF-nn the "¡rd October (suddonlj), at the
tnlldren » Hospital lion ild Bruce, voungest son
of Hertha and Lrnic White, of Hotham road,
'wrento, and loving brothel of Pliylli», Jack,
"na Edna aged 2} vi als
tate III the aim» of Jesus
lilLSOV _ On the 2nd October it Glencoe
Toolern ^aIe, 1 ||« lane, the dcailv beloved
«ile of the Jatr. william Merry Wilson and
»ling mother of Lilv (Mrs 1' IJavis), William
'.eorge, Margaret, Hugh, and Grace, aged W
Frederic Henri, native of Switzerland (late
SEYMOUR.—On the 2nd October, at Balwyn,
Leslie, Maude (Mrs. J. Jones), Frank, Ethel
(Mrs. A. E. Jarratt), and William, aged 71
SWEARS.—On the 29th September, at Puddavine,
Totnes, Devon, England, Charles James, be-
loved husband of Jessie Swears, and the son-in-law
of the late James Miller, Ylodlo, Albert Park.
TAUNTON. — On the 3rd October (suddenly), at
her residence, The Bungalow, 29 Hoddle street,
Elsternwick, Mary Elizabeth, the dearly beloved
wife of Harry Grosvenor Taunton, aged 65
years.
UREN.—On the 3rd October, at her residence,
54 Mount street, Heidelberg, Isabella, relict
of the late John Uren, and loving mother of
Jack, Jean, and Len.
WATTS.—On the 3rd October, at private hospital,
North Carlton, Harriet, beloved daughter of
the late Joseph and Eliza Watts, sister of Mrs.
Emma Bradford, Mrs. Sarah Bradford, Joe (all
deceased), and Selina (Mrs. W. A. Wallace), of
103 Nicholson street, East Brunswick.
Evermore a welcome guest,
There is no death.
WHITE.—On the 3rd October (suddenly), at the
Children's Hospital, Ronald Bruce, youngest son
of Bertha and Ernie White, of Hotham road,
Sorrento, and loving brother of Phyllis, Jack,
and Edna, aged 2½ years.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
WILSON. — On the 2nd October, at Glencoe,
Toolern Vale, Eliza Jane, the dearly beloved
wife of the late William Merry Wilson, and
loving mother of Lily (Mrs. P. Davis), William,
George, Margaret, Hugh, and Grace, aged 63
years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 4 October 1927 [Issue No.25,319] page 1 2017-06-23 10:12 in the ship Bates' Family on 9th June, 1863
in the ship Bates' Family on 9th June, 1863.

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