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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 3,930,714
2 NeilHamilton 2,809,380
3 noelwoodhouse 2,335,750
4 annmanley 2,184,046
5 John.F.Hall 1,853,866
6 maurielyn 1,617,325
7 culroym 1,437,384

1,853,866 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2016 40,696
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 3,930,713
2 NeilHamilton 2,809,380
3 noelwoodhouse 2,335,750
4 annmanley 2,184,046
5 John.F.Hall 1,853,866
6 maurielyn 1,617,325
7 culroym 1,437,308

1,853,866 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

July 2016 40,696
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

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Family Notices (Family Notices), Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Friday 30 November 1917 page 2 2016-07-30 14:25 tention to their infant son. also to their
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.
tention to their infant son, also to their
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 29 November 1917 [Issue No.22,258] page 1 2016-07-30 14:25 HOWARD (nee Costello)-On the 27th November,
street, Caulfield - a son.
HORE-SMYTH. - On November 17, 1917, at Lon-
LOTHERINGTON-BURLAND -On the 25th Oc
¡j Haine, third daughter of II W Burland,
McCALMAN-KIRBY -On the 12th September, at
E. and Mrs Kirby, of Klipfontein, Highlands,
Rev. D McCalman and Mrs McCalman, late of
ALLAN. - Private Clarence Robert Allan, on the
HOGAN.-A tribute to the memory of Private  
-(Inserted by J. W. Jordan and R. J. J.
IRVINE. -Killed in action in France (previously
McPHERSON.-Killed in action, on the 11th April,
MENZIES.-Officially reported killed in action,  
SMITH.-Pte. Harold Maxwell (Laddie), killed in
SUTCLIFFE .-Killed in action in France on the
-(Inserted by his sorrowful sister, A. Mahony.)  
loving mother ot Mabel, Bert, and Mrs. C.
LENNOX. - On the 28th November, at his resi-
atnl Joung lather oí Liwlt, Maggie (Mrs Neil
NEWMAN.-On the 28th November, 1917, John
ROBB.-On the 25th November, 1917, at Kensing-
ROGERS.-On the 28th November, at Miss Duigan's
Rosen, late oí 1 chuca
RUFFY. -On the 27th November, 1917, Daisy
daughter of Mr and Mrs Gillies, late of Ryan
'and sister-in-law of Elizabeth Gillies and daugh
ter in law of Mr and Mrs Ruffy, Buckley street,
VALENTINE. -On the 28th November, at Mel-
(Mrs Whitworth) and George, aged 51 years.
WATSON. -On the 26th November, passed peace-
ANDERSON.-In loving memory of our beloved
-(Inserted by his loved ones at Cowwarr.)
ANDERSON.- A tribute of remembrance to dear
-(Inserted by Doris. )  
CLYDESDALE.-In loving memory of our dear son,
CLYDESDALE.-Killed in action at Gallipoli, 29th
-(Inserted by his loving aunts, M. Smith and L. Crout.)
CLYDESDALE.-In loving memory of my dear
-(Inserted by his loving friend, Queenie, Kerang.)
FIELDING.-In affectionate remembrance of Pri-
FERGUSON.-In loving memory of Hugh Valentine Ferguson, who was killed at Lonesome Pine, Gallipoli, on the 29th November, 1915.
-(Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and sisters.)
FIELDING. -In loving memory of our darling loved   
FOGARTY.- In loving memory of Lieutenant
-(Inserted by his mother, sisters, and brothers.)
GAMBETTA.- Killed in action, at Lone Pine, on
GAMBETTA.-A tribute of love to the memory of
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lewis and
GAMBETTA.-A tribute of love to the memory of
GRIFFITHS.-In proud and loving memory of my
-(Inserted by his loving wife, Beatrice Griffiths.)
November, 1915. (Inserted by Lt.-Col. G. H.
KING.-In loving memory of our dear son, Pte.
-(Inserted by his loving parents, "Thursa,"
MALCOLM.-In loving memory of our dear nephew,
-(Inserted by his loving aunties, Julia and
MALCOLM.-In fond remembrance of Lance-Cor-
29th November, 1915, aged 23 years. -(Inserted
MALCOLM.-In proud and loving remembrance of
SHEPHERD.-In memory of our dearly loved
-(Inserted by his parents, Rev. P. E. and E.
SMITH.-In loving memory of my dearest friend,
WATERS.-In loving memory of our dear brother,
-(Inserted by his sister-in-law, Lily, and brother
ANGUEY.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
(¡ucensbcrry street, Carlton.
-(Inserted by her loving father and mother.)
BATSON.-In loving memory of my dear father
-(Inserted hy 'their, loving.daughter and sister,
COLENSO.-In fond and loving memory of our
-(Inserted by his sorrowing, father and mother,
FINLAYSON.-In sad and loving memory of my
-(Inserted by his loving wife and son, Annie and
KENNEDY.-In loving memory of my dear wife
-(Inserted by her loving husband and family,
LEEK.-ln loving memory of Jack, dearly beloved
NAIRN.-In sad and loving memory of our darling
To clasp my darling Reg.-(Mum.)
And longing, dear Reggio, for you.-(Dad.)
-(Inserted by lils sorrowing father, mother, bro-
NATHAN.-ln loving memory of our dear mother,
BRENDEL. - The Friends of Mr. HARRY
HOLT.-The Friends of the late Mrs. CATHE-
HUNTER.-The Friends of the late Mrs.
street, Albert Park, To-morrow (Friday, tile 30th
wlck 140. _ ~
LENNOX.-The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES
Tile funeral is appointed to leave his residence,
3 Grant street,-North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Thurs
street, Fitzroy. Tel. 1037. ' _
McGREGOR. - The Friends of the late Mr.
road, South Yarra._Telephone Windsor 728.
NEWMAN.-Friends of the late Mr. JOHN NEWMAN
RODGERS.-Friends of Mr. W. GILBERT are
RUFFY.- The Friends of Mr. HERBERT RUFFY
WALTER 'S. WARNE, Undertaker, 137-130 Barkly
HOWARD (nee Costello).—On the 27th November,
street, Caulfield—a son.
HORE—SMYTH.—On November 17, 1917, at Lon-
LOTHERINGTON-BURLAND.—On the 25th Oc-
ij Haine, third daughter of II W Burland,
McCALMAN—KIRBY.—On the 12th September, at
E. and Mrs. Kirby, of Klipfontein, Highlands,
Rev. D McCalman and Mrs. McCalman, late of
ALLAN.—Private Clarence Robert Allan, on the
HOGAN.—A tribute to the memory of Private
—(Inserted by J. W. Jordan and R. J. J.
IRVINE.—Killed in action in France (previously
McPHERSON.—Killed in action, on the 11th April,
MENZIES.—Officially reported killed in action,
SMITH.—Pte. Harold Maxwell (Laddie), killed in
SUTCLIFFE.—Killed in action in France on the
—(Inserted by his sorrowful sister, A. Mahony.)
loving mother of Mabel, Bert, and Mrs. C.
LENNOX.—On the 28th November, at his resi-
atnl Joung lather of Liwlt, Maggie (Mrs. Neil
NEWMAN.—On the 28th November, 1917, John
ROBB.—On the 25th November, 1917, at Kensing-
Ceaieter).)
ROGERS.—On the 28th November, at Miss Duigan's
Rosen, late of 1 chuca
RUFFY.—On the 27th November, 1917, Daisy
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gillies, late of Ryan
ter in law of Mr. and Mrs. Ruffy, Buckley street,
VALENTINE.—On the 28th November, at Mel-
(Mrs. Whitworth) and George, aged 51 years.
WATSON.—On the 26th November, passed peace-
ANDERSON.—In loving memory of our beloved
—(Inserted by his loved ones at Cowwarr.)
ANDERSON.—A tribute of remembrance to dear
—(Inserted by Doris.)
CLYDESDALE.—In loving memory of our dear son,
CLYDESDALE.—Killed in action at Gallipoli, 29th
—(Inserted by his loving aunts, M. Smith and L. Crout.)
CLYDESDALE.—In loving memory of my dear
—(Inserted by his loving friend, Queenie, Kerang.)
FIELDING.—In affectionate remembrance of Pri-
FERGUSON.—In loving memory of Hugh Valentine Ferguson, who was killed at Lonesome Pine, Gallipoli, on the 29th November, 1915.
—(Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and sisters.)
FIELDING.—In loving memory of our darling loved
FOGARTY.—In loving memory of Lieutenant
—(Inserted by his mother, sisters, and brothers.)
GAMBETTA.—Killed in action, at Lone Pine, on
GAMBETTA.—A tribute of love to the memory of
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lewis and
GAMBETTA.—A tribute of love to the memory of
GRIFFITHS.—In proud and loving memory of my
—(Inserted by his loving wife, Beatrice Griffiths.)
November, 1915. (Inserted by Lt.—Col. G. H.
KING.—In loving memory of our dear son, Pte.
—(Inserted by his loving parents, "Thursa,"
MALCOLM.—In loving memory of our dear nephew,
—(Inserted by his loving aunties, Julia and
MALCOLM.—In fond remembrance of Lance-Cor-
29th November, 1915, aged 23 years. —(Inserted
MALCOLM.—In proud and loving remembrance of
SHEPHERD.—In memory of our dearly loved
—(Inserted by his parents, Rev. P. E. and E.
SMITH.—In loving memory of my dearest friend,
WATERS.—In loving memory of our dear brother,
—(Inserted by his sister-in-law, Lily, and brother
ANGUEY.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
(iucensbcrry street, Carlton.
—(Inserted by her loving father and mother.)
BATSON.—In loving memory of my dear father
—(Inserted hy 'their, loving.daughter and sister,
COLENSO.—In fond and loving memory of our
—(Inserted by his sorrowing, father and mother,
FINLAYSON.—In sad and loving memory of my
—(Inserted by his loving wife and son, Annie and
KENNEDY.—In loving memory of my dear wife
—(Inserted by her loving husband and family,
LEEK.—In loving memory of Jack, dearly beloved
NAIRN.—In sad and loving memory of our darling
To clasp my darling Reg.—(Mum.)
And longing, dear Reggio, for you.—(Dad.)
—(Inserted by lils sorrowing father, mother, bro-
NATHAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
BRENDEL.—The Friends of Mr. HARRY
HOLT.—The Friends of the late Mrs. CATHE-
HUNTER.—The Friends of the late Mrs.
street, Albert Park, To-morrow (Friday, the 30th
wlck 140.
LENNOX.—The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES
The funeral is appointed to leave his residence,
3 Grant street, North Fitzroy, THIS DAY (Thurs
street, Fitzroy. Tel. 1037.
McGREGOR.—The Friends of the late Mr.
road, South Yarra. Telephone Windsor 728.
NEWMAN.—Friends of the late Mr. JOHN NEWMAN
RODGERS.—Friends of Mr. W. GILBERT are
RUFFY.—The Friends of Mr. HERBERT RUFFY
WALTER S. WARNE, Undertaker, 137-130 Barkly
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 November 1917 [Issue No.22,254] page 11 2016-07-30 14:15 ADAMSON.-On 20th November, at "Glenlong," Anderson road, Sunshine, the wife of Dr.
John Adamson -a daughter.
ASTLE.-On the 18th November, at "Enlalie,"
South Warragul, the wife of G. W. Astle -a daughter.
BLAKELEY (nee Sadie Adler).-On the 29th October, at Wells road, Oakleigh, the wife of William R. Blakeley, "Pine Ridge," Woodbrook -a daughter.
BLAMEY.-On the 19th November, at "Quambi,"
-a daughter (Ruth Gwendoline Dower).
BOORMAN.-On the 14th November, 1917, at 38
Harper street, Westgarth, the wife of H. L. Boorman -a son (Henry Charles).
COURT.-On the 30th October, at Sister Annear's,
Mrs. Norman M. Court, Torrumbarry -a son.
DITCHBURN.-On the 8th November, at "Quisi-
the wife of H. L. Ditchburn -a son (Jack).
EASTERBY.-On the 15th November, at "Tinnis-
Mrs. R. W. Easterby -a son (John Robert).
EVANS.-On the 8th November, at Uralla, 117
J. S. Evans -a daughter (Edith Beryl).
FELLOWES.-On 20th November, at Somerset House private hospital, East Melbourne, to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fellowes, of High street, Northcote -a daughter (Jessie Rita). Both well.
FITZPATRICK (nee Flew).-On the 4th November, at 25 Main street, Coburg, the wife of Edward
Fitzpatrick, Toolamba West -a son (Stephen Gerard).
FRANKLIN (nee Reynolds).-On the 7th November,
and Mrs. Leslie Franklin -a daughter.
GREEN (nee Alma Venville).-On the 12th Novem-
dura, to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Green, Irymple -a son (Kelvin Carlyle).
GUTHRIE.-On the 8th October, at Edgbaston, Bir-
mingham, England, the wife of Mr. W. C. Guthrie (of Melbourne) -a son.
HATTON.-On the 14th November, at St.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hatton -a daughter.
HAWKEY (nee Olive Williamson).-On the 27th
hospital, Wonthaggi, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Hawkey -twin sons (Jack and Ralph). All well.
HOLLOWAY (nee Annie Holden).-On the 29th Oc-
Mrs. Harry Holloway, of Wandin -a daughter.
HOPKINS.- On the 1st November, at Nurse Smeth-
Willaura - a daughter. Both well.
JOSEPH.-On the 20th November, 1917, at Melby
avenue, East St. Kilda, the wife of Ernest Joseph -a daughter.
JONES (nee Mary Wilson).-On the 20th Novem-
"Ultima," Wantirna road, Ringwood -a son (Keith William Henry).
LEGGATE.-On the 17th November, at Sister Annear's private hospital, Sutherland road, Armadale, the wife of R. P. Leggate -a son. Both well.
LORAM (nee Clifford).-On 6th November, at Mildura, the wife of Frederick Loram -a daughter.
McCUTCHEON.-On the 10th November, at
O. B. McCutcheon -a son.
McGIBBON.-On the 14th November, at Nurse
Mrs. J. B. McGibbon, of Emerald -a son.
MEE.-On 9th November, at "Leonora," 12 Poolman street, Port Melbourne, the wife of Percy Mee -a son (Harry Oakley).
MONAGHAN.-On 14th November, 1917, at Stawell, the wife of Peter J. Monaghan, "Ardgower," Sheep Hills -a son.
MOORE.-On 13th November, at "Prinprinyah," Sackville street, Kew, the wife of Arthur I. Moore -a son.
MURPHY (nee Wheeler).-On 26th October, at Kalamia, Davis street, Elsternwick, the wife of Reginald S. Murphy -a daughter (Mary Lilian).
NANKERVIS (nee Lily Purdue).-On the 17th No-
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nankervis -a daughter.
NICHOLSON.-On the 17th November, at Nurse
road, Footscray -a daughter (Marion Isabel).
NIGHTINGALE.-On the 2nd November, 1917, at
Mrs. D. O. Nightingale -a son (Norman).
OSWALD.-On the 20th November, at "Londa"
gunda," Cape Schanck -a son.
PLANCK (nee Ettie Dolphin).-On the 27th Sep-
Planck -a daughter (Phyllis Winifred Esther).
POWELL.-On the 17th November, 1917, at
and Mrs. Les. Powell -a son (Kenneth Ronald).
PURVIS (nee Rosa Bushby).-On the 4th Novem-
-a son (Charles William).
RITCHIE (nee Irene Haughton).-On the 31st
and Mrs. F. G. H. Ritchie -a daughter (Blanche
RYAN (nee Hilda Lewin).-On the 25th October,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ryan -a daughter (stillborn).
SHANN.-On the 22nd November, at Trinity Gram-
mar School, Kew, the wife of Frank Shann -a son.
SHEEHAN.-On the 24th October, at "Roscom-
Barry Sheehan -a daughter (Betty Margaret).
STALEY.-On the 17th November, at 10 Elizabeth
-a son.
WEBB.-On the 31st October, at Nurse Anderson's
Surrey Hills -a daughter (Ethel Merle).
BAILEY--PELL--On the 27th October 1917, at St. Silas'
Church, by the Rev. A.B.Rowed, Eric Wilfred Bailey,
youngest son of Mrs. * and the late Charles Bailey,
BEATTIE- CHERRILL.,- On the 20th October, 1917, at St.
Andrew's Church, Carlton, by the Rev. D.
Gilchrist, George Alexander, youngest son
of Mrs. M.A.Beattie, of Ferntree Gully, to
Jessie Margare, only daughter of Mrs. Cherrill and the
late Edward Cherrill of Burnley.
BROUGHTON-DODD - On the 10th October at St. Martin's Church,
Hawksburn, by Rev. Holyoake Rust, Thomas Alfred,
second son of the late Major Broughton *.D. and late
Mrs. Broughton of Dulwich Hill,
Sydney, to Evelyn Mayes,
eldest daughter of the late Mr. William Robert Dodd
and Mrs. Dodd (late of Hawksburn)
now of Armadale.
CHAMBERS- BAKER. On the 24th September, at St. Margaret's
Church, London, by Canon Carnegie, Lieut-Colonel Roy
William Chambers, A.I.F. elder son
of the latMr. William Chambers(Chambers and Clutten)
and Mrs. Chambers, Sandringham, to
Sister Maud Baker, A.I.F.
DAWS-McLaren. On the 20th October, at Albert and Middle Park
Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Allan Stevely, M.A.,
Norman Francis, eldest son of Francis Daws, to
Elizabeth May, second daughter of
David McLaren, Albert Park, At home
Wednesday 4th December, "Ewan Mea,"
Younger avenue, Caulfield.
DREW-HOWE., - On the 5th March,1917, at the Manse, Bridge
-road,Richmond, by the Rev. David Hennessey
(by special license), Henry Drew, eldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Drew, "Bradfords"
Morchard Bishop, Devonshire, England, to
Mary B. (May), second eldest daughter of
Councillor J.B.Howe, J.P. and Mrs Howe, Chesterfield
Farm,Daylesford, grand-daughter of the late Mr
and Mrs. T.Rich, Kennington, Bendigo, and the
DU BOURG- OLVER.- On the
22nd September,1917, at St. Mary's
Caulfield, by the Rev. H. Langley,
Francis Ridley Du Bourg, to
Florence Milcha Olver, youngest of the late F. Olva and
Mrs. Dingle, Gardner.
DWYER-McDONALD. On the 11th July, at St
GUMMOW-KERR. -On the 23rd October, at Christ
"P??lham," Toorak road, South Yarra.
JACK-BANTON. -On the 3rd October, at Oak-
JAMES-WALKER. -On the 3rd October, at St.
JULIAN-TWENTYMAN. -On the 12th November,
MEYER-FRANKS. -On the 9th, October, of the
MILLAR-BONNAR.- On the 5th November, at Camberwell, by the Rev. P. J. Murdoch, M.A., Herbert H. B., third son of Mr. D. H. Millar, Camberwell, to Phyllis M. Bonnar, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Bonnar, Alert Park.
MITCHELL-BEITH. -On the 20th October, 1917, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the
MORTON- SLATER.- On the 15th September, at St. John's Latrobe street, Martha Alice, daugh-
at St Paul's, Canterbury, by Rev J H. Dew—
Rev David Ross, M. A. , Robert Murdoch (late
and Mrs Sutherland,, "Ailsa, " St Kilda.
at Camperdown, by the Rev A Dunn, Peter,
daughter of the late W. ?. and Mrs M F.
the late Mrs Van der Beek, of "Denham," Hol-
WATSON- SUTTERBY. -On the 17th Novem-
ber, 1917, at St Silas's Church of England, Albert
ALSOP.- Officially reported killed in action, in
Lce.-Corporal Frederick B. Alsop, dearly loved
BOYD. - Sergeant S.W. (Stan) Boyd, late of 29th Battery,
CASEY. - Killed in action in France, on October 4,
CASEY.- Gunner James, on the 4th October, some—
CAWSE. -A tribute of love to the memory of our
-(Inserted by his sisters Nellie and May. )
CHRISTIAN.- Sgt. N. H. (Harry) of 37th Bat-
CLARK.-Reported killed in action, France, Octo-
CLARK.-Reported killed in action, France, Octo-
CLARK.-Killed in action, France, 4th October,
-(Inserted by his loving sister, Elsie.)
COCHRAN.-Officially reported killed in action,
COCHRAN.-A tribute of love to the memory of
-(Inserted by Evelyn M. Tippett, Auburn.)
COOK.-Killed in action in France, on the 7th
COOPER.-Killed in action on the 12th October,
CORNTHWAITE.-Killed in action in France, on
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gray, 62
DUNN.-Officially reported killed in action 19th
GAINGE.—Killed ¡n action somewhere in France,
GILLESPIE.- A tribute of deep respect and esteem
-(Inserted by his Australian friends, S. V. and
HAWSE. - Killed in action in France on the 9th
HAYES - BODYCOAT. - Reported killed in action,
HAYHOE. - Officially reported, after being
HEY. - Corporal Charles Leslie Tasman Hey, killed
-(Inserted by his beloved fiancee, Grace Marion Sprague,
HEY.- A tribute of love to the memory of Corporal
-(Inserted by Mrs. Clayton and family, Katamatite.)
HUON. - Killed in action in France, October 4,
HUTCHINSON. - Killed in action in France on
JACOBS. - Killed in action in France, Private Victor Newman
JEFFREY.- A tribute to the memory of brave, unselfish
aged 21years and 3 months; loved son of Mr and Mrs
JEFFREYS. - Killed in action, in France, October
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents).
JOHNSON - Killed in action in France, on October 28, 1917,
my dear fiancee, A.- Sergeant Charles A. Johnson,
-(Inserted by his loving fiancee, I. M. Smith,
JOHNSON - Killed in action in France, on October 28, 1917.
- (Inserted by his sister and brother-in- law, Ida and
JONES - Died of wounds on 2nd October Corporal
KERSHAW.- Killed in action, somewhere in
fourth son of Mr and Mrs. T. R. Layton, late of
-(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, brothers
McNISH - A tribute to the memory of our esteemed
McRAE.-Killed in nrtton in France Ort 4
Volmern bon of lir um! Mrs C McRae (late of
Pill} (latí Mr» T 1 Caspar) lossie (Mrs VI
-(Inserted b} lira M Powell, Boisdale, Maffra )
MITCHELL. -On the 9th October, somewhere in
MONTGOMERY.-I tributo of lo»e lo the mernoo
II ii hie mid 1 till 1, belove el «¡um I son of Mr lind
Arlhir lied, Marok (Mrs. ¡steuart) anl
-(Inserted bv his loving skier and brother in
Mrs G. Grindal (Moorooduc), Mrs. R. S. Falloon
MUMMERY.-In loilue memon of our dour
MUNWORTHY.-killed lil action In litItriuin
OSBORN.-Dlcel of noun 1« rccoli c I in Trance our
OSBORN.-Dlcel of wounds ¡li lilli (clicril 'lo*
-(Inserted In lils loi Ina; brothers llarrj, UfroJ,
-(Inserted 1,} bia lonna; friend, A Dempsei,
PILVEN.-Ollldallv reported killcel In action on
RAWLINGS.-lullt I In iction in Iranio Non
RHODES.-HAIR .Killed in action 13th October
Lette and Nellie (Adelaide) Mrs J Varley, Mrs
RHODES-GOODWIN - (lilli mill reported killed in
(V?ll) Mr« Mímela} (Cirltoii), Mrs Hell
" 11117 at the "¡Hi (cm ral llospitil I ranee
ROLLEY.-Hied cf wciiind* in 1 ian e on N nein
ROWATT.-Died if multiple Hillshot noun Is
ROWE.-lulled ii mil n in I niloc October 12
ef Mr uni Mrs I Howe of Rutherglen mil be
loieel IroUier of Mrs Beanham (Forrest), Mrs
Kneebone (Chiltern), Mrs Jamieson (Ruther
ROWE.-On Ihc 27th september of wounds re
biloicl eldest bin ol I mid I Rowe llooreo
?lui»» Station llthanald NSW onl} brothel
bel lui In the ¡xhurpley famil» Coburg )
wira wa« 1 ¡Hld in action In 11 mee on lili Octo
RUSSELL.-Ofllelnlli icpoilul tilled in ne ¡on on
SALWAY.-killed in action on the " th October,
nltl St Paul a Church of I ni,I in 1 Camperdown
SHAW.-Killed in action, somewhere in France,
SMITH.-Killed in action, October 4, in France,
-(Inserted by the staff, Post-office, Carlton.)
SMITH.-A tribute to the memory of our dear
STEVENS.-In loving memory of my dearest
-(Inserted by his loving friend, Belle Maywood,
-(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters.)
STREET.-Killed in action somewhere in France,
TAIT. - Killed in ni lion Fomiwhcn in Fronce on
-(Inserted hv (.ruudiuother and relative«)
TERRY.- Killed in action lilli October 1017, in
Mils Air» I I oi ¡ck, Anule Mr Sweet, aged
- (Inserted b« lils pirenls brothers and sisters )
(both on active service in rnnce) Mrs P
VAWDREY.-A tiihuti of love to the mi man of
(W.A.), Mrs Dall, Lance Dick (on active ser-
WALKLATE.-Ofliciillv reported killed m action
sons of Mr and Mr. C AA right 18 Illingworth
WRIGHT.-Reportrd killed In action ill 1 ranee 4lh
Joseph and Mrs AAnght of Pine lodge age I 28
Warlond, Williamstown; Mrs Parry, Newmarket;
son of Mr mil Mrs C J Suonch Alhittlcea
ron! Surrev Hills loved nephen or Mr nnl Mrs
CHANDLER - A lining Iribulc to Hie memoii of
COLLARD-On the - ni November it n prhnti
CUSWORTH.-On Hie loth November at Perth
-(Inserted bv his loving mother, 1 rothcrs and
ENGLISH.-On tile 21nd November at the Mel
FOWLER.- On the Mid Novunbcr at Brccono '
bclovel wile of Alfred I calii lonlci nnl
GEE.-On the 20th Novcmbci at thp rcsi leuce
Mrs li Moore anti Ali« I« oliicr anti eldest
GIBBON.-On the 21st November, at "Glenora,"
Mr and Mrs Herbert Gibbon, stsler of Maggie
or Irrcxx ¡Hippo 1-ast, loving mother o( Alice,
HARRIS -On the 23rd ¡November, nt Melbourne
Reginald Austin, tbo loved }oungcst «on of Alfred
JONES- On tho 6th îiovcmbor. 1917, nt Snakr
Mrs IV G Murray, Snake Salin Mrs IV
Deale, lolianncshiirg, S Africa Mr li 1
LUITY.-On Hie 22n 1 November, 1917, al the res!
dence oí lier Bon in 1.» IV m 11 lllen, 3' The
mothoi of Mrs IV in li Allen Mrs V
LEE -On the loth kovember ot 'Mo» " Hoi
ibroad), and loiing grandchild of Mrs H Lien
MALE. -On the 21id Noitnibcr, at his residence
lohn Mrs Slunlti (Hriglilon), Mr* lh«alom
McNEIL.-On the 7th Noiember, 1917 at No f
NYE. -On the 19th November nt the Melbourne
O'KANE.-On the 11th November Inné i ellet ot
POLE.-Ou the »th October 1917 ut her late
ROBERTS.-On the lSlh November 191", at ' Wv
SMITH.-On the 29th Ixoiembcr at "Bronto *
TAYLOR.-On Hie 1«th Noiemlcr it Clone-urn,
URQUHART.-On (he 10th Noiember, Mun
WASHINGTON -On tile "Trd Noiemlcr nt hi» late
dear son in law, !.. Corp II T Watson, killed
-(Inserte 1 bv "VIr and Mrs ! lluilcv, 118 kent
WOLFE.-On Um 29ih Noiember 391", it Mor
BIRRELL.-I tribute to tile menior) of «at T li
..hep on hcioic sou! re t peaceful!!
lou haic not lost but conquered in tlie strife
BIRRELL.-in lovjng memon of our dear nephew
1 it tie wc thought vibiii ne parted,
-(Inserir.! In Mi and Mrs kenworthy and
BRUCE.-In lo!in" memon of Private IVilliim
brother of ( «nee OU, Mrs Miller, Ron,
FALCONER.- In loving memory of our old
VV ¡th a h irt that knew no fear,
-(Inseited In Mr in I Mrs II 1" Hmtstnn mid
FALCONER.-A lubutc of lining remembrance
KING.-In louie, meinorv of our eleir friend Pri
-(Inserted b Mr anl Mrs A 7 Uherodgc
LATIMER.-In loving memory of my dear nephew
McMILLAN.-hi loung minion of Trooper'Nell
htjlovi 1 clde*t son of Mr lind Mrs It N Ikvlll
McMILLAN.- \ tribute to the memon of nu dear
OLLEY.-In loving memory of our dear son and
-(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and
PHAIR.-In fond memory of our son and brother
TROUNCE.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother,
VICK.-In loving memor} of Sgt llhert I lie!
-(Inserted b) ids loiing parents sisters, and
-(Inserted lix his sisters nnd brothers )
VICK.- I tribute to the memon of tn) len dear
BENJAMIN. -In alTeeUoiulc rcniembiance of Dax M I
BENNETT.- I« lot mp mernoo o' roy dear mother,
BENNETT.-In loting memon of mv mother»
BENTLEY.-In sad and lot mt; memort of our dar
-(Inserted bj his sorrow i np parent», G and M
BLACK.-In loving racmort of our dear father
-(Inserted bv his lot ing daughter and
COAD - In loving memory of a dear husband and
-(Inserted by his sorrowing wife and family)
-(Inserted bt his sorrowing ptrents.)
M Park strtet St Kilda Not ember 24 1914
ERROL.-In sad and loting niemorj of mv dear
-(Inserted bt loting wife and children )
HUNT.-In loting imcmorj of our dear mother,
-(Inserted bj lier loting husband mid son)
-(Inserted bj his sorrowing wife and children )
I» Tjrcll Mis, T Sword, Mrs 1 Bennett Mrs
LAMONT.-In loting mernoo of mj dear husbind
lohn nuncan, who departed this lift ¡November
PFLEIDERER.-ln loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by her loving friends, Mr. and Mrs.
PFLEIDERER.-In loting remembrance of my dear
-(Inserted by her loving brother-in-law and
Tina mat make the wound le*.-) sore
-(Inserted bj loting father, sisters, uni bro
PRATT.-lu lot nil'1 memort of our dear fnen I
-(Inserted by a few of the oldest members of
RAWSON. -In loting niemorj of m j dear wife and
-(Inserted bj her louu¿ husband and daughters
SHAWBROOKE.-In loting memorj of mt den
CHANDLER.- Brother- and Sinters dojre to
1H\NK their Irien Is for their kind e\prc¡»
CHRISTMAS.-Mr and Mr« CHRISTMAS
CONROY.-\lr_ CONUOV and Daughters desire
jires-ions of ¡>jmpjtht lettcre cird , teie_,riiiH,
CUMING.-Mrs JIIOMAS cUUINd tenders her
inh Mrs M Brown, Miller street J Prulinii for
DARMONDY.-rho lannlt of the hite Mrs
DARMONDY desire to HI \NK ¡siiaciclt tiuir
nittitj irltnda- for kind « \pr-_ *»ioiis ot Mmpathv
DIXON -Mr und Mis I IRIS DINON and
EVEREST.-Mrs >\ I KRj-r and lamilj, of 1
FIELD.-Mr ^ P MUD, ' Ito oval c, ~C_ÏT
Mr and Mr* M \ Holmes Glcnhowir, lied
FREAME.-Mr \uiil Mrs I Uti \MI of 2UJ
HING.-Mrs. F. G. HING, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Hing, M . _ ...
nul Mia Uobert Jiit,iipv m1 Mr ami Mrs J Bert
MAY.-Mrs MAI and family desire to THINK
MONTGOMERY. - Mr. and Mr» MOJiTGOMbttY'
un.l relations for lind «¡pressions of svmpatlii,
TI Til ¡mil Mrs p HYAMS nml 1 amity dcsln to
nnd (lie Rev S VI solomon«, |_n Canning sheet.
"A fit omi Mrs II II ii HARRIS und 1 amllv desire
¡oreel ton and brother. Private «-luulcj Oliver
]\rit und Mrs G 1 HATTON und 1-amlly de.
VfH und Mrs It HEARD und I amily desire to
II and Mrs J BELL and family desire
recent foil bereavement bl the death of their dr..
nig Or Uuebaiiun, Mr Greig, anti Vlrs iliNamara
M It and Mrs DOYLE and Tninllv, l'r-ihriii,
politan Gas Compauv, and Rev Stevcicv, for theil
MRS FRANK STEPHENS NS Mrs (Lcni)
-lam«, und l'ouï tribute« mid tile manv expies
NIBBS.-i- Mr li NIHIIS mel 1 nmily desire to
VAUX.-Mrs S VUN, 1-nilli}, und sisters de
Mr Hu Iniobsoii Mill all friends and relative»
iceipt this in ¡motion of our sincere gratitude.
residence, e.2 Blessington 't St Kilda, THIS
ven ..ilSt klldi Phone 71 Wind li_
LAITY.- The V lionels of the kite Vii* I LI/ I
of luí ion m law. Mr Win 1! Allen, _32 Tho
All- -The I rienda of the late Mr SIMULL
¡nu o ||i_ plan of inlermint, the Irinkston
MATTHEWMAN -rrioii.Is of the bite Mr 10IIN
ADAMSON.—On 20th November, at "Glenlong," Anderson road, Sunshine, the wife of Dr.
John Adamson—a daughter.
ASTLE.—On the 18th November, at "Enlalie,"
South Warragul, the wife of G. W. Astle—a daughter.
BLAKELEY (nee Sadie Adler).—On the 29th October, at Wells road, Oakleigh, the wife of William R. Blakeley, "Pine Ridge," Woodbrook—a daughter.
BLAMEY.—On the 19th November, at "Quambi,"
—a daughter (Ruth Gwendoline Dower).
BOORMAN.—On the 14th November, 1917, at 38
Harper street, Westgarth, the wife of H. L. Boorman—a son (Henry Charles).
COURT.—On the 30th October, at Sister Annear's,
Mrs. Norman M. Court, Torrumbarry—a son.
DITCHBURN.—On the 8th November, at "Quisi-
the wife of H. L. Ditchburn—a son (Jack).
EASTERBY.—On the 15th November, at "Tinnis-
Mrs. R. W. Easterby—a son (John Robert).
EVANS.—On the 8th November, at Uralla, 117
J. S. Evans—a daughter (Edith Beryl).
FELLOWES.—On 20th November, at Somerset House private hospital, East Melbourne, to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fellowes, of High street, Northcote—a daughter (Jessie Rita). Both well.
FITZPATRICK (nee Flew).—On the 4th November, at 25 Main street, Coburg, the wife of Edward
Fitzpatrick, Toolamba West—a son (Stephen Gerard).
FRANKLIN (nee Reynolds).—On the 7th November,
and Mrs. Leslie Franklin—a daughter.
GREEN (nee Alma Venville).—On the 12th Novem-
dura, to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Green, Irymple—a son (Kelvin Carlyle).
GUTHRIE.—On the 8th October, at Edgbaston, Bir-
mingham, England, the wife of Mr. W. C. Guthrie (of Melbourne)—a son.
HATTON.—On the 14th November, at St.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hatton—a daughter.
HAWKEY (nee Olive Williamson).—On the 27th
hospital, Wonthaggi, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Hawkey—twin sons (Jack and Ralph). All well.
HOLLOWAY (nee Annie Holden).—On the 29th Oc-
Mrs. Harry Holloway, of Wandin—a daughter.
HOPKINS.—On the 1st November, at Nurse Smeth-
Willaura—a daughter. Both well.
JOSEPH.—On the 20th November, 1917, at Melby
avenue, East St. Kilda, the wife of Ernest Joseph—a daughter.
JONES (nee Mary Wilson).—On the 20th Novem-
"Ultima," Wantirna road, Ringwood—a son (Keith William Henry).
LEGGATE.—On the 17th November, at Sister Annear's private hospital, Sutherland road, Armadale, the wife of R. P. Leggate—a son. Both well.
LORAM (nee Clifford).—On 6th November, at Mildura, the wife of Frederick Loram—a daughter.
McCUTCHEON.—On the 10th November, at
O. B. McCutcheon—a son.
McGIBBON.—On the 14th November, at Nurse
Mrs. J. B. McGibbon, of Emerald—a son.
MEE.—On 9th November, at "Leonora," 12 Poolman street, Port Melbourne, the wife of Percy Mee—a son (Harry Oakley).
MONAGHAN.—On 14th November, 1917, at Stawell, the wife of Peter J. Monaghan, "Ardgower," Sheep Hills—a son.
MOORE.—On 13th November, at "Prinprinyah," Sackville street, Kew, the wife of Arthur I. Moore—a son.
MURPHY (nee Wheeler).—On 26th October, at Kalamia, Davis street, Elsternwick, the wife of Reginald S. Murphy—a daughter (Mary Lilian).
NANKERVIS (nee Lily Purdue).—On the 17th No-
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nankervis—a daughter.
NICHOLSON.—On the 17th November, at Nurse
road, Footscray—a daughter (Marion Isabel).
NIGHTINGALE.—On the 2nd November, 1917, at
Mrs. D. O. Nightingale—a son (Norman).
OSWALD.—On the 20th November, at "Londa"
gunda," Cape Schanck—a son.
PLANCK (nee Ettie Dolphin).—On the 27th Sep-
Planck—a daughter (Phyllis Winifred Esther).
POWELL.—On the 17th November, 1917, at
and Mrs. Les. Powell—a son (Kenneth Ronald).
PURVIS (nee Rosa Bushby).—On the 4th Novem-
—a son (Charles William).
RITCHIE (nee Irene Haughton).—On the 31st
and Mrs. F. G. H. Ritchie—a daughter (Blanche
RYAN (nee Hilda Lewin).—On the 25th October,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ryan—a daughter (stillborn).
SHANN.—On the 22nd November, at Trinity Gram-
mar School, Kew, the wife of Frank Shann—a son.
SHEEHAN.—On the 24th October, at "Roscom-
Barry Sheehan—a daughter (Betty Margaret).
STALEY.—On the 17th November, at 10 Elizabeth
—a son.
WEBB.—On the 31st October, at Nurse Anderson's
Surrey Hills—a daughter (Ethel Merle).
BAILEY—PELL.—On the 27th October 1917, at St. Silas'
Church, by the Rev. A. B. Rowed, Eric Wilfred Bailey,
youngest son of Mrs. and the late Charles Bailey,
BEATTIE—CHERRILL.—On the 20th October,
1917, at St. Andrew's Church, Carlton, by the
Rev. D. Gilchrist, George Alexander, youngest
son of Mrs. M. A. Beattie, of Ferntree Gully, to
Jessie Margaret, only daughter of Mrs. Cherrill
and the late Edward Cherrill of Burnley.
BROUGHTON—DODD.—On the 10th October at
St. Martin's Church, Hawksburn, by Rev. Holy-
oake Rust, Thomas Alfred, second son of the
late Major Broughton, V.D., and late Mrs.
Broughton, of Dulwich Hill, Sydney, to Evelyn
Mayes, eldest daughter of the late Mr. William
Robert Dodd and Mrs. Dodd (late of Hawks-
burn), now of Armadale.
CHAMBERS—BAKER. On the 24th September, at
St. Margaret's Church, London, by Canon Car-
negie, Lieut.-Colonel Roy William Chambers,
A.I.F., elder son of the late Mr. William Cham-
bers (Chambers and Clutten) and Mrs. Cham-
bers, Sandringham, to Sister Maud Baker, A.I.F.
DAWS-McLAREN. On the 20th October, at Albert
and Middle Park Presbyterian Church, by the
Rev. Allan Stevewly, M.A., Norman Francis,
eldest son of Francic Daws, to Elizabeth May,
second daughter of David McLaren, Albert Park.
At home, Wednesday 4th December, "Ewan
Mea," Younger avenue, Caulfield.
DREW—HOWE.—On the 5th March, 1917, at the
Manse, Bridge road, Richmond, by the Rev.
David Hennessey (by special license), Henry
Drew, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Drew,
"Bradfords," Morchard Bishop, Devonshire,
England, to Mary B. (May), second eldest daugh-
ter of Councillor J. B. Howe, J.P., and Mrs.
Howe, Chesterfield Farm, Daylesford, grand-
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Rich, Ken-
nington, Bendigo, and the late Mrs. and Mr.
J. B. Howe, J.P., Daylesford.
DU BOURG—OLVER.—On the 22nd September,
1917, at St. Mary's Caulfield, by the Rev. H.
Langley, Francis Ridley Du Bourg, to Florence
Milcha Olver, youngest daughter of the late F.
Olva and Mrs. Dingle, Gardner.
DWYER—McDONALD. On the 11th July, at St.
GUMMOW—KERR.—On the 23rd October, at Christ
Charles Gordon Gummow, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Gummow, of 1511 Sturt street, Bal-
"Pelham," Toorak road, South Yarra.
JACK—BANTON.—On the 3rd October, at Oak-
JAMES—WALKER.—On the 3rd October, at St.
JULIAN—TWENTYMAN.—On the 12th November,
MEYER—FRANKS.—On the 9th, October, of the
MILLAR-BONNAR.—On the 5th November, at Camberwell, by the Rev. P. J. Murdoch, M.A., Herbert H. B., third son of Mr. D. H. Millar, Camberwell, to Phyllis M. Bonnar, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Bonnar, Alert Park.
MITCHELL-BEITH.—On the 20th October, 1917, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the
MORTON- SLATER.—On the 15th September, at St. John's Latrobe street, Martha Alice, daugh-
at St. Paul's, Canterbury, by Rev. J H. Dew—
Rev. David Ross, M. A. , Robert Murdoch (late
A. I. F.), second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pearce,
and Mrs. Sutherland,, "Ailsa, " St. Kilda.
at Camperdown, by the Rev. A Dunn, Peter,
daughter of the late W. ?. and Mrs. M F.
Bank of Victoria Ltd , Derrinallum.).
the late Mrs. Van der Beek, of "Denham," Hol-
WATSON- SUTTERBY.—On the 17th Novem-
ber, 1917, at St. Silas's Church of England, Albert
ALSOP.— Officially reported killed in action, in
Lce.—Corporal Frederick B. Alsop, dearly loved
Balzary, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Thomas (W. A.), Mrs. Clark,
BOYD.—Sergeant S.W. (Stan) Boyd, late of 29th Battery,
Melbourne.).
CASEY.—Killed in action in France, on October 4,
CASEY.— Gunner James, on the 4th October, some—
CAWSE.—A tribute of love to the memory of our
—(Inserted by his sisters Nellie and May.)
CHRISTIAN.— Sgt. N. H. (Harry) of 37th Bat-
CLARK.—Reported killed in action, France, Octo-
CLARK.—Reported killed in action, France, Octo-
CLARK.—Killed in action, France, 4th October,
—(Inserted by his loving sister, Elsie.)
COCHRAN.—Officially reported killed in action,
COCHRAN.—A tribute of love to the memory of
—(Inserted by Evelyn M. Tippett, Auburn.)
COOK.—Killed in action in France, on the 7th
COOPER.—Killed in action on the 12th October,
CORNTHWAITE.—Killed in action in France, on
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gray, 62
DUNN.—Officially reported killed in action 19th
GAINGE.—Killed in action somewhere in France,
GILLESPIE.— A tribute of deep respect and esteem
—(Inserted by his Australian friends, S. V. and
HAWSE.—Killed in action in France on the 9th
HAYES.—BODYCOAT.—Reported killed in action,
HAYHOE.—Officially reported, after being
HEY.—Corporal Charles Leslie Tasman Hey, killed
—(Inserted by his beloved fiancee, Grace Marion Sprague,
HEY.— A tribute of love to the memory of Corporal
—(Inserted by Mrs. Clayton and family, Katamatite.)
HUON.—Killed in action in France, October 4,
HUTCHINSON.—Killed in action in France on
JACOBS.—Killed in action in France, Private Victor Newman
JEFFREY.— A tribute to the memory of brave, unselfish
aged 21years and 3 months; loved son of Mr. and Mrs
JEFFREYS.—Killed in action, in France, October
Methodist Parsonage,Preston;loving brother of Alfred(A.I.F.)
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents).
JOHNSON.—Killed in action in France, on October 28, 1917,
my dear fiancee, A.— Sergeant Charles A. Johnson,
—(Inserted by his loving fiancee, I. M. Smith,
JOHNSON.—Killed in action in France, on October 28, 1917.
—(Inserted by his sister and brother-in- law, Ida and
JONES.—Died of wounds on 2nd October Corporal
KERSHAW.— Killed in action, somewhere in
fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Layton, late of
—(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, brothers
McNISH.—A tribute to the memory of our esteemed
McRAE.—Killed in nrtton in France Ort 4
Volmern bon of lir um! Mrs. C McRae (late of
Pill} (latí Mr» T 1 Caspar) lossie (Mrs. VI
—(Inserted b} lira M Powell, Boisdale, Maffra.)
MITCHELL.—On the 9th October, somewhere in
MONTGOMERY.—I tributo of lo»e lo the mernoo
II ii hie mid 1 till 1, belove el «ium I son of Mr. lind
Arlhir lied, Marok (Mrs. isteuart) anl
—(Inserted bv his loving skier and brother in
Ridge wa} hcnihirton.)
Mrs. G. Grindal (Moorooduc), Mrs. R. S. Falloon
MUMMERY.—In loilue memon of our dour
-(Imrrlcd bl his aunts O I on I I 11 Dock.)
MUNWORTHY.—killed lil action In litItriuin
OSBORN.—Dlcel of noun 1« rccoli c I in Trance our
OSBORN.—Dlcel of wounds ili lilli (clicril 'lo*
—(Inserted In lils loi Ina; brothers llarrj, UfroJ,
aid l'.rci.)
—(Inserted 1,} bia lonna; friend, A Dempsei,
I ni klinf rd.)
Iz-vvin and faniil}.)
PILVEN.—Ollldallv reported killcel In action on
(21th llltl.) =ccnnl I cloved son o( Mr. and Mr*
I rolhers.)
RAWLINGS.—lullt I In iction in Iranio Non
RHODES.—HAIR .Killed in action 13th October
Lette and Nellie (Adelaide) Mrs. J Varley, Mrs
RHODES-GOODWIN.—(lilli mill reported killed in
(V?ll) Mr« Mímela} (Cirltoii), Mrs. Hell
" 11117 at the "iHi (cm ral llospitil I ranee
ROLLEY.—Hied cf wciiind* in 1 ian e on N nein
ROWATT.—Died if multiple Hillshot noun Is
III 1117 "1 9 (nniir IV lill mi Hmnt ( lilli.)
-(1,1 cried bl hi* lum, xx If».) «r
ROWE.—lulled ii mil n in I niloc October 12
ef Mr. uni Mrs. I Howe of Rutherglen mil be
loieel IroUier of Mrs. Beanham (Forrest), Mrs
Kneebone (Chiltern), Mrs. Jamieson (Ruther
ROWE.—On Ihc 27th september of wounds re
biloicl eldest bin of I mid I Rowe llooreo
?lui»» Station 11thanald NSW onl} brothel
bel lui In the ixhurpley famil» Coburg.)
(.(?mit Major IS V Ihivill (Ililli.) 21th tlattahon
wira wa« 1 iHld in action In 11 mee on lili Octo
Cmrei and fumil} binilnnJiam.)
RUSSELL.—Ofllelnlli icpoilul tilled in ne ion on
SALWAY.—killed in action on the " th October,
nltl St. Paul a Church of I ni,I in 1 Camperdown
-(lu cried bv a profeasioml friend.)
SHAW.—Killed in action, somewhere in France,
SMITH.—Killed in action, October 4, in France,
—(Inserted by the staff, Post-office, Carlton.)
SMITH.—A tribute to the memory of our dear
STEVENS.—In loving memory of my dearest
—(Inserted by his loving friend, Belle Maywood,
—(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sisters.)
STREET.—Killed in action somewhere in France,
TAIT.—Killed in ni lion Fomiwhcn in Fronce on
—(Inserted hv (.ruudiuother and relative«)
TERRY.— Killed in action lilli October 1017, in
Mils Air» I I oi ick, Anule Mr. Sweet, aged
0.)cors
—(Inserted b« lils pirenls brothers and sisters.)
October 1J (Nell.)
(both on active service in rnnce) Mrs. P
VAWDREY.—A tiihuti of love to the mi man of
(W.A.), Mrs. Dall, Lance Dick (on active ser-
WALKLATE.—Ofliciillv reported killed m action
llirkh street Ballarat lost aged 21.)ian
-(lnserlel bv sorrowing mother mil fmiili.)
laidc and NVilllam Kinross (ive v) i(.td 2a.)eur»
sons of Mr. and Mr. C AA right 18 Illingworth
WRIGHT.—Reportrd killed In action ill 1 ranee 4lh
Joseph and Mrs. AAnght of Pine lodge age I 28
dear friend of Clinrlc« Htirfon! aged 2".)cars
Warlond, Williamstown; Mrs. Parry, Newmarket;
son of Mr. mil Mrs. C J Suonch Alhittlcea
ron! Surrev Hills loved nephen or Mr. nnl Mrs
H U (oiinor) U(,el77ieors (1 ni Kc funeral.)
CHANDLER.—A lining Iribulc to Hie memoii of
-(In=erte i hi fríen Is it Box Hill.)
COLLARD-On the.—ni November it n prhnti
CUSWORTH.—On Hie loth November at Perth
—(Inserted bv his loving mother, 1 rothcrs and
leaves u.)oung widow and three.)0uml ihildren
ENGLISH.—On the 21nd November at the Mel
FOWLER.—On the Mid Novunbcr at Brccono '
bclovel wife of Alfred I calii lonlci nnl
GEE.—On the 20th Novcmbci at thp rcsi leuce
Mrs. li Moore anti Ali« I« oliicr anti eldest
GIBBON.—On the 21st November, at "Glenora,"
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gibbon, stsler of Maggie
or Irrcxx iHippo 1-ast, loving mother o( Alice,
HARRIS -On the 23rd iNovember, nt Melbourne
Reginald Austin, the loved }oungcst «on of Alfred
JONES- On the 6th îiovcmbor. 1917, nt Snakr
Mrs. IV G Murray, Snake Salin Mrs. IV
Deale, lolianncshiirg, S Africa Mr. li 1
LUITY.—On Hie 22n 1 November, 1917, al the res!
dence of lier Bon in 1.» IV m 11 lllen, 3' The
mothoi of Mrs. IV in li Allen Mrs. V
}eais (Private interment.)
LEE -On the loth kovember of 'Mo» " Hoi
ford Ccmctcr}.)
ibroad), and loiing grandchild of Mrs. H Lien
MALE.—On the 21id Noitnibcr, at his residence
lohn Mrs. Slunlti (Hriglilon), Mr* lh«alom
McNEIL.—On the 7th Noiember, 1917 at No f
NYE.—On the 19th November nt the Melbourne
O'KANE.—On the 11th November Inné i ellet ot
POLE.—Ou the »th October 1917 ut her late
ROBERTS.—On the lSlh November 191", at ' Wv
SMITH.—On the 29th Ixoiembcr at "Bronto *
TAYLOR.—On Hie 1«th Noiemlcr it Clone-urn,
URQUHART.—On (he 10th Noiember, Mun
rai, iged 91.)cus
WASHINGTON -On the "Trd Noiemlcr nt hi» late
dear son in law, !. Corp II T Watson, killed
Oclohcr lltir ncarl) two.)cars service loving
—(Inserte 1 bv "VIr and Mrs. ! lluilcv, 118 kent
stree I Richmond.)
WOLFE.—On Um 29ih Noiember 391", it Mor
BIRRELL.—I tribute to the menior) of «at T li
.hep on hcioic sou! re t peaceful!!
lou haic not lost but conquered in the strife
BIRRELL.—in lovjng memon of our dear nephew
1 it the wc thought vibiii ne parted,
—(Inserir.! In Mi and Mrs. kenworthy and
BRUCE.—In lo!in" memon of Private IVilliim
brother of ( «nee OU, Mrs. Miller, Ron,
FALCONER.— In loving memory of our old
VV ith a h irt that knew no fear,
-(Inseited In Mr. in I Mrs. II 1" Hmtstnn mid
f milli Ip) in t>nilli.)
FALCONER.—A lubutc of lining remembrance
KING.—In louie, meinorv of our eleir friend Pri
—(Inserted b Mr. anl Mrs. A 7 Uherodgc
uni firtiili traralgon Don, I ranee.)
LATIMER.—In loving memory of my dear nephew
ling Warracknabeal.)
McMILLAN.—hi loung minion of Trooper'Nell
htjlovi 1 clde*t son of Mr. lind Mrs. It N Ikvlll
McMILLAN.— \ tribute to the memon of nu dear
OLLEY.—In loving memory of our dear son and
—(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and
PHAIR.—In fond memory of our son and brother
terred at ? Cemetery near Allhert ?, France.)
brothers.)
TROUNCE.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother,
Uren.)
VICK.—In loving memor} of Sgt llhert I lie!
—(Inserted b) ids loiing parents sisters, and
brothels Barnett street, kensington.)
—(Inserted lix his sisters nnd brothers.)
VICK.— I tribute to the memon of tn) len dear
Scott Colai.)
BENJAMIN.—In alTeeUoiulc rcniembiance of Dax M I
BENNETT.— I« lot mp mernoo o' roy dear mother,
(Inserted by M and \\ Myan, _ea.)
BENNETT.—In loting memon of mv mother»
Borted ht B \ Bright.)
BENTLEY.—In sad and lot mt; memort of our dar
—(Inserted bj his sorrow i np parent», G and M
Bentley, and little brother leo.)
-(Irsorted bj his lot ing wife and family.)
BLACK.—In loving racmort of our dear father
—(Inserted bv his lot ing daughter and
Henn.)
COAD.—In loving memory of a dear husband and
—(Inserted by his sorrowing wife and family)
—(Inserted bt his sorrowing ptrents.)
M Park strtet St. Kilda Not ember 24 1914
122 Barker's road, Hawthorn.)
ERROL.—In sad and loting niemorj of mv dear
—(Inserted bt loting wife and children.)
HUNT.—In loting imcmorj of our dear mother,
scrtcd bj Mrs. Posner mid Mrs. Andmon.)
—(Inserted bj lier loting husband mid son)
—(Inserted bj his sorrowing wife and children.)
I» Tjrcll Mis, T Sword, Mrs. 1 Bennett Mrs
I Simmon« Mill Munro, und Alice Johnson.)i
LAMONT.—In loting mernoo of mj dear husbind
lohn nuncan, who departed this lift iNovember
-(Iiiiertcd It his loting wife and familt.)
PFLEIDERER.—ln loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by her loving friends, Mr. and Mrs.
PFLEIDERER.—In loting remembrance of my dear
—(Inserted by her loving brother-in-law and
Tina mat make the wound le*.—) sore
—(Inserted bj loting father, sisters, uni bro
tberi.)
PRATT.—lu lot nil'1 memort of our dear fnen I
—(Inserted by a few of the oldest members of
RAWSON.—In loting niemorj of m j dear wife and
—(Inserted bj her louu¿ husband and daughters
¿on.)
SHAWBROOKE.—In loting memorj of mt den
-(Iii-ertcd hy lila loting wife and familj.)
Mai, Murrumbeena.)
CHANDLER.— Brother- and Sinters dojre to
1H\NK their Irien Is for their kind e\prci»
CHRISTMAS.—Mr. and Mr« CHRISTMAS
CONROY.—\lr_ CONUOV and Daughters desire
jires-ions of i>jmpjtht lettcre cird , teie_,riiiH,
CUMING.—Mrs. JIIOMAS cUUINd tenders her
inh Mrs. M Brown, Miller street J Prulinii for
DARMONDY.—rho lannlt of the hite Mrs
DARMONDY desire to HI \NK isiiaciclt tiuir
nittitj irltnda- for kind « \pr-_ *»ioiis of Mmpathv
DIXON -Mr. und Mis I IRIS DINON and
EVEREST.—Mrs. >\ I KRj-r and lamilj, of 1
FIELD.—Mr. ^ P MUD, ' Ito oval c, ~C_ÏT
Mr. and Mr* M \ Holmes Glcnhowir, lied
FREAME.—Mr. \uiil Mrs. I Uti \MI of 2UJ
HING.—Mrs. F. G. HING, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Hing, M . _ ..
nul Mia Uobert Jiit,iipv m1 Mr. ami Mrs. J Bert
MAY.—Mrs. MAI and family desire to THINK
MONTGOMERY.—Mr. and Mr» MOJiTGOMbttY'
un.l relations for lind «ipressions of svmpatlii,
TI Til imil Mrs. p HYAMS nml 1 amity dcsln to
nnd (lie Rev. S VI solomon«, |_n Canning sheet.
"A fit omi Mrs. II II ii HARRIS und 1 amllv desire
ioreel ton and brother. Private «-luulcj Oliver
]\rit und Mrs. G 1 HATTON und 1-amlly de.
tnel_Niw Smtll Willi* papers please cop).)
VfH und Mrs. It HEARD und I amily desire to
II and Mrs. J BELL and family desire
recent foil bereavement bl the death of their dr.
nig Or Uuebaiiun, Mr. Greig, anti Vlrs iliNamara
M It and Mrs. DOYLE and Tninllv, l'r-ihriii,
politan Gas Compauv, and Rev. Stevcicv, for theil
MRS FRANK STEPHENS NS Mrs. (Lcni)
sl_ilT_ Pribran 1'ollee) (Sulnei pipero io|n.)
-lam«, und l'ouï tribute« mid the manv expies
NIBBS.—i- Mr. li NIHIIS mel 1 nmily desire to
VAUX.—Mrs. S VUN, 1-nilli}, und sisters de
Mr. Hu Iniobsoii Mill all friends and relative»
iceipt this in imotion of our sincere gratitude.
residence, e.2 Blessington 't St. Kilda, THIS
ven .ilSt klldi Phone 71 Wind li_
LAITY.— The V lionels of the kite Vii* I LI/ I
of luí ion m law. Mr. Win 1! Allen, _32 Tho
All- -The I rienda of the late Mr. SIMULL
inu o ||i_ plan of inlermint, the Irinkston
MATTHEWMAN -rrioii.Is of the bite Mr. 10IIN
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 23 November 1917 [Issue No.22,253] page 1 2016-07-30 13:53 HUNT.-On the 20th November, at St. Margaret's
private hospital, Sandringham, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Hunt. - a son. Both well.
TURNBULL.-On the 12th November, at 155 Sloane
street, London, the wife of Major H. Hume Turnbull, A.A.M.C., A.I.F.- a son.
CLAYTON-GRIFFITHS.-(Silver Wedding.)-On the 23rd November, 1892, at St. John's, Glenlyon, by the Rev. Sadlier, assisted by the Rev. Lloyd, Frank, younger son of the late William Clayton, Leichhardt, to Margaret, eldest daughter of William Griffiths, Glenlyon. present address- "Llandillo," Bright street, Eaglehawk, Bendigo.
MACDONALD-STENHOUSE.-(Silver Wedding.)-On the 23rd November, 1892, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Robert Angus, Neil, eldest son of Angus and Katherine Macdonald, of "Glendonald," Traralgon, to
BRITTLEBANK.- Died of wounds, in France, Ser-
BRYANT.-Killed in action, in France, October 16, 1917, Corporal Leonard Bryant, dearly loved
-(Inserted by S. and L. Bryant.)
HAMMOND.-Private J. G. (George) Hammond,
-(Inserted by sister and brother-in-law, E. M.
LANDON.-Killed in action in France, October
QUICK.-A tribute to the memory of our dear
-(Inserted by his loving aunt, M. A. Beasley,
QUICK.-On the 7th November, 1917, in France,
-(Inserted by his sorrowing father and mother,
ROBINSON.-A tribute of esteem and fond re-
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. James, Mil-
ROWLING - Killed in action, in France, on the
SKEAD. - killed in action in France, October 9,
Berg, Mrs Lober, Mrs. Hartley, Henry, Mrs.
TYERS.-A tribute of love to the memory of our
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pyle and Vera
YARRA.-Aubrey J., killed in action, 13th Octo-
COLLARD.-On the 22nd November, at private hos-
Pital, St. Kilda, Margaret, daughter ot the late
DIENER. - On the 22nd November, 1917, at his
Diener; loving brother ot Nellie, and loved
PETRIE. - On the 22nd November, at the residence
father of Mrs R. Sage, Mrs E. B. Harrison, Mrs J. Thompson, Mrs. R. Wells, Mrs. W. H.
PHILLIPS. - On the 20th November, 1917. at Ingle-
SLATTERY. - On the 22nd November, 1917, at her
ABBOTT.- In sad and loving memory of Private
ABBOTT.- In proud and loving memory of our
beloved brother, Private Edgar Abbott, 29th Battalion, killed in action in France, 23rd November, 1916 after nine months' active service in Egypt and France (fleurbaix and Somme). Our memory of him is one loving thought, Crowned with a love that will never die. -(Inserted by Daisy and Alex. Hoppen, Queenscliff.)
GREEN.- In remembrance of a brave comrade,
GREEN.- In sad and loving memory of Private
-(Inserted by his loving wife, Nellie.)
HAW.- In loving memory of our dear son and
-(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and
VICK.- A small tribute to the memory of Sgt.
ABRAHAMS.-In loving memory of our dmr
mother, Leah Abrahams, ol Drummond street,
ABRAHAMS.-In sad nnd lorim; memory of our
-(Inserted by her sorrowing daughters, Alice
BENTLEY.-In loving memory of our darling
-(Inserted by his loving mother and father
BYRNE.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
DUNCAN.-In sad and loving memory of my dear
-(Inserted by his loving wile and family.)
EDWARDS.-In loving memory of my dear wife,
-(Inserted by her loving husband and daughter,
EDWARDS.-In fond and loving memory of my dear
-(Inserted by her loving mother, brothers, and
ELLIS.-In loving memory of my dear, good hus-
MONTGOMERIE.-In memory of Douglas, the be-
PETER.-In sad and loving memory of my dear
-(Inserted hy her loving husband and family.)
ROONEY.-In loving memory of my dear husband,
THEOBALD.-In loving memory of my dear wife
When tile soft dews of kindly sleep
-(Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
TYERS.-In loving memory of A. Tyers, died 23rd
-(Inserted by hit loving friend, K. Sullivan.)
VIRTUE.-In loving memory of my dear wife and
WARD.-In loving memory of James Greening
CALLOW.-The Friends of the late Miss MATINA
DIENER.-The Friends of the late Mr. JOSEPH
FINN.-The Friends of Mr. WALTER STEPHEN
KIRKPATRICK.-The Friends of the late Mr.
PETRIE. - The Friends of the late Mr. JONN
SLATTERY.-Friends of Mr. T. P. SLATTERY
morrow (Saturday, ¡atti November), at It a.m.
E. Hunt—a son. Both well.
TURNBULL.—On the 12th November, at 155 Sloane
street, London, the wife of Major H. Hume Turn-
bull, A.A.M.C., A.I.F.—a son.
CLAYTON-GRIFFITHS.—(Silver Wedding.)-On the 23rd November, 1892, at St. John's, Glenlyon, by the Rev. Sadlier, assisted by the Rev. Lloyd, Frank, younger son of the late William Clayton, Leichhardt, to Margaret, eldest daughter of William Griffiths, Glenlyon. present address- "Llandillo," Bright street, Eaglehawk, Bendigo.
MACDONALD-STENHOUSE.—(Silver Wedding.)-On the 23rd November, 1892, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Robert Angus, Neil, eldest son of Angus and Katherine Macdonald, of "Glendonald," Traralgon, to
BRITTLEBANK.—Died of wounds, in France, Ser-
BRYANT.—Killed in action, in France, October 16, 1917, Corporal Leonard Bryant, dearly loved
—(Inserted by S. and L. Bryant.)
HAMMOND.—Private J. G. (George) Hammond,
—(Inserted by sister and brother-in-law, E. M.
LANDON.—Killed in action in France, October
QUICK.—A tribute to the memory of our dear
—(Inserted by his loving aunt, M. A. Beasley,
QUICK.—On the 7th November, 1917, in France,
—(Inserted by his sorrowing father and mother,
ROBINSON.—A tribute of esteem and fond re-
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. James, Mil-
ROWLING.—Killed in action, in France, on the
SKEAD.—killed in action in France, October 9,
Berg, Mrs. Lober, Mrs. Hartley, Henry, Mrs.
TYERS.—A tribute of love to the memory of our
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pyle and Vera
YARRA.—Aubrey J., killed in action, 13th Octo-
COLLARD.—On the 22nd November, at private hos-
Pital, St. Kilda, Margaret, daughter of the late
DIENER.—On the 22nd November, 1917, at his
Diener; loving brother of Nellie, and loved
PETRIE.—On the 22nd November, at the residence
father of Mrs. R. Sage, Mrs. E. B. Harrison, Mrs. J. Thompson, Mrs. R. Wells, Mrs. W. H.
PHILLIPS.—On the 20th November, 1917. at Ingle-
SLATTERY.—On the 22nd November, 1917, at her
ABBOTT.— In sad and loving memory of Private
ABBOTT.— In proud and loving memory of our
beloved brother, Private Edgar Abbott, 29th Battalion, killed in action in France, 23rd November, 1916 after nine months' active service in Egypt and France (fleurbaix and Somme). Our memory of him is one loving thought, Crowned with a love that will never die. —(Inserted by Daisy and Alex. Hoppen, Queenscliff.)
GREEN.— In remembrance of a brave comrade,
GREEN.— In sad and loving memory of Private
KINGSHOTT.— In sad and loving memory of my
—(Inserted by his loving wife, Nellie.)
HAW.— In loving memory of our dear son and
—(Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and
VICK.— A small tribute to the memory of Sgt.
ABRAHAMS.—In loving memory of our dmr
mother, Leah Abrahams, of Drummond street,
ABRAHAMS.—In sad nnd lorim; memory of our
—(Inserted by her sorrowing daughters, Alice
BENTLEY.—In loving memory of our darling
—(Inserted by his loving mother and father
BYRNE.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
DUNCAN.—In sad and loving memory of my dear
—(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
EDWARDS.—In loving memory of my dear wife,
—(Inserted by her loving husband and daughter,
EDWARDS.—In fond and loving memory of my dear
—(Inserted by her loving mother, brothers, and
ELLIS.—In loving memory of my dear, good hus-
MONTGOMERIE.—In memory of Douglas, the be-
PETER.—In sad and loving memory of my dear
—(Inserted hy her loving husband and family.)
ROONEY.—In loving memory of my dear husband,
THEOBALD.—In loving memory of my dear wife
When the soft dews of kindly sleep
—(Inserted by her loving husband and family.)
TYERS.—In loving memory of A. Tyers, died 23rd
—(Inserted by hit loving friend, K. Sullivan.)
VIRTUE.—In loving memory of my dear wife and
WARD.—In loving memory of James Greening
CALLOW.—The Friends of the late Miss MATINA
DIENER.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOSEPH
FINN.—The Friends of Mr. WALTER STEPHEN
KIRKPATRICK.—The Friends of the late Mr.
PETRIE.—The Friends of the late Mr. JONN
SLATTERY.—Friends of Mr. T. P. SLATTERY
morrow (Saturday, iatti November), at It a.m.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 22 November 1917 [Issue No.22,252] page 1 2016-07-30 13:51 In order to guard against imposition, notices of
insertion.)
HANEY.-On the 17th November, at Sister An-
Station, Hungerford, N.S.W.-a son.
KNIGHT.- On the 6th November, at 350 Smith
Knight - a son (Cecil Hubert).
O'BRIEN (nee Marie Weldon). -On the 13th No-
ADLER.-Reported killed in action on the 17th  
ALLAN. -- Died of wounds in France, 19th October,
BASSETT.--On the 26th September, 1917, died of
BASSETT.--On the 26th September, 1917, Sapper
BOYLE.-Officially reported killed in action some-
BRYANT.-Killed in action in France, October 16,
CAHIR. -Officially reported killed in action in
CHRISTIAN. -Died of wounds, October 12, Sgt.
of Boolara. - (Inserted by W. P. Christian,
CLARKE.- Corporal Clive Gordon, 1st Divisional  
CONNELLY. - Killed in action, November 3, 1917,
ERREY. - Killed in action, October 20, 1917, George
FERGUSON. -Officially reported killed in action,
HAMILTON. -Died of wounds, at the 2nd Canadian    
HOLY. -Killed in action, on the 27th September,    
-(Bendigo and English papers please copy.)
HUON.- Officially reported killed in action, in
-(Inserted by his loving brother and comrade,
JONAS. -Officially reported died of wounds, at the
KINCAID.-In loving memory of Robert Francis,
-(lnserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters,
LOATS.-Killed in action, in France, on 27th Octo-
LOVE. -Reported died of wounds, October 13,
McDONALD. -Killed in action, 15/10/17 (after
McDOUGALL. -Killed in action in Palestine, on
MUIR. - A tribute to the memory of No. 2687,
-(lnserted by his loving friends, Annie, Marg,
MULCAHY.- Killed in action, France, October 31,  
REID. -Died of wounds, 30th October, 1917, Cap-
SMITH.-Killed in action, October 4, 1917, William
-(Inserted by his father, mother, sisters, and brother._
TRUDGEON.- Died of wounds, 11th November,
VENNELL.- In loving memory of Pte. C. R.
BACKOUS.-On the 19th November, at his late
BARRENGER.- On the 20th November (suddenly),
BOYCE.-On the 16th November, at her son's resi-
f "' rt ot tlThi. T?, """"*.lalp V,m "<»«.
CALLOW.-On the 21st November, 1917, at "Tyn-
CONACHER.-On the 20th November, at her resi-
HARWOOD.-On the 19th November, 1917, at 176
LANE.-On the 21st November, at St. Vincent's
MAJOR.-On the 20th November, at St. Kilda,
McGRAW.-On the 21st November, at "Rienza,"  
McGRATH. -On the 21st November, at his son-in-
Mrs. Collins, Lygon Hotel, Carlton, aged 70
years. "'
Requiescat In pace.
PETSCHACK.-On the 21st November, at The
ROBERTS.-On the 20th November, Mary Ann,
SHUTTLEWORTH.-On the 21st November, at 18  
BRIGGS.-In loving memory of Private F. Briggs,
-(Inserted by his loving sister, M. Harper,
BRIGGS.-A tribute to the loved memory of my
-(Inserted by his old pal, Henry Grout, Drouin.)
KELLY.-In loving memory of Staff-Serg. Albert
KELLY.-In loving memory of our dear friend,
S.-Sgt. Albert Kelly ("Pete"), who died at Malta
-(Inserted by his loving friends, Mrs. T. C.
KELLY.-In sad and loving memory of Staff-Sgt.
-(Inserted by his loving cousins, Albert, Frank,
KELLY.-In sad memory of my dear pal, Staff-
-(Inserted by his loving pal, C. W. Jackson.)
SHERRIN.- In loving memory of our dearly be-
- (Inserted by his loving parents, "Elmhurst,"
SYMONDS.- In fond memory of my dear mate and
-(Inserted by his mate, Private W. A. H. Law.)
ARNFIELD.-In loving memory of Thomas Edward
BROWN.-In sad memory of my dear sister, Alice
HENNESSY.-In loving memory of our dear pal,
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Les Date}-.)
JENSEN.-In sad and loving memory of my dear
MARKS.-MA 'rad'Tind loving memoir,of,.my dear
SHIPWAY.-In loving memory of my dear wife
-(Inserted by her loving husband, James Ship-
SOMERVILLE.-In loving memory of Jeannie, the
-(Inserted by her torrotving husband and daugh-
SPEIGHT.-In loving memory of our dear sister,
-(Inserted by lier loting Bisters.)
STEDMAN.-In loving memory of Agnes Jane Sted-
WARREN.-In loting memory of Rev. Richard
BACKOUS.-The Friends of the late THOMAS
THIS DAY (Thursday, 22nd Inst.), ot 2.30 p.m.
BARRENGER.-The Friends of Mr. HENRY
street, SouMi Yana, THIS DAY (Thuisday, No
CONACHER.-Friends of the late Mrs. MARY
GEE.-The Friends of A. T. GEE are requested
McGRAW. - Friends of the late Mr. EDWARD
McGRATH.-The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
The funeral is appointed to move fiom tile lesi
WHITE .-The Friends of Mr WILLIAM and
[In order to guard against imposition, notices of
insertion.]
HANEY.—On the 17th November, at Sister An-
Station, Hungerford, N.S.W.—a son.
KNIGHT.—On the 6th November, at 350 Smith
Knight—a son (Cecil Hubert).
O'BRIEN (nee Marie Weldon).—On the 13th No-
ADLER.—Reported killed in action on the 17th
ALLAN.—Died of wounds in France, 19th October,
BASSETT.—On the 26th September, 1917, died of
BASSETT.—On the 26th September, 1917, Sapper
BOYLE.—Officially reported killed in action some-
BRYANT.—Killed in action in France, October 16,
CAHIR.—Officially reported killed in action in
CHRISTIAN.—Died of wounds, October 12, Sgt.
of Boolara. — (Inserted by W. P. Christian,
CLARKE.—Corporal Clive Gordon, 1st Divisional
CONNELLY.—Killed in action, November 3, 1917,
ERREY.—Killed in action, October 20, 1917, George
FERGUSON.—Officially reported killed in action,
HAMILTON.—Died of wounds, at the 2nd Canadian
HOLY.—Killed in action, on the 27th September,
—(Bendigo and English papers please copy.)
HUON.—Officially reported killed in action, in
—(Inserted by his loving brother and comrade,
JONAS.—Officially reported died of wounds, at the
KINCAID.—In loving memory of Robert Francis,
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters,
LOATS.—Killed in action, in France, on 27th Octo-
LOVE.—Reported died of wounds, October 13,
McDONALD.—Killed in action, 15/10/17 (after
McDOUGALL.—Killed in action in Palestine, on
MUIR.—A tribute to the memory of No. 2687,
—(Inserted by his loving friends, Annie, Marg,
MULCAHY.—Killed in action, France, October 31,
REID.—Died of wounds, 30th October, 1917, Cap-
ROWLING.—Killed in action, in France, on the
SMITH.—Killed in action, October 4, 1917, William
—(Inserted by his father, mother, sisters, and brother._
TRUDGEON.—Died of wounds, 11th November,
VENNELL.—In loving memory of Pte. C. R.
BACKOUS.—On the 19th November, at his late
BARRENGER.—On the 20th November (suddenly),
BOYCE.—On the 16th November, at her son's resi-
f "' rt of tlThi. T?, """"*.lalp V,m "<»«.
CALLOW.—On the 21st November, 1917, at "Tyn-
CONACHER.—On the 20th November, at her resi-
HARWOOD.—On the 19th November, 1917, at 176
LANE.—On the 21st November, at St. Vincent's
MAJOR.—On the 20th November, at St. Kilda,
McGRAW.—On the 21st November, at "Rienza,"
McGRATH.—On the 21st November, at his son-in-
Mrs. Collins, Lygon Hotel, Carlton, aged 76
years.
Requiescat un pace.
PETSCHACK.—On the 21st November, at The
ROBERTS.—On the 20th November, Mary Ann,
SHUTTLEWORTH.—On the 21st November, at 18
BRIGGS.—In loving memory of Private F. Briggs,
—(Inserted by his loving sister, M. Harper,
BRIGGS.—A tribute to the loved memory of my
—(Inserted by his old pal, Henry Grout, Drouin.)
KELLY.—In loving memory of Staff-Serg. Albert
KELLY.—In loving memory of our dear friend,
S.—Sgt. Albert Kelly ("Pete"), who died at Malta
—(Inserted by his loving friends, Mrs. T. C.
KELLY.—In sad and loving memory of Staff-Sgt.
—(Inserted by his loving cousins, Albert, Frank,
KELLY.—In sad memory of my dear pal, Staff-
—(Inserted by his loving pal, C. W. Jackson.)
SHERRIN.— In loving memory of our dearly be-
—(Inserted by his loving parents, "Elmhurst,"
SYMONDS.— In fond memory of my dear mate and
—(Inserted by his mate, Private W. A. H. Law.)
ARNFIELD.—In loving memory of Thomas Edward
BROWN.—In sad memory of my dear sister, Alice
HENNESSY.—In loving memory of our dear pal,
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Les Date}-.)
JENSEN.—In sad and loving memory of my dear
MARKS.—MA 'rad'Tind loving memoir,of,.my dear
SHIPWAY.—In loving memory of my dear wife
—(Inserted by her loving husband, James Ship-
SOMERVILLE.—In loving memory of Jeannie, the
—(Inserted by her torrotving husband and daugh-
SPEIGHT.—In loving memory of our dear sister,
—(Inserted by lier loting Bisters.)
STEDMAN.—In loving memory of Agnes Jane Sted-
WARREN.—In loting memory of Rev. Richard
BACKOUS.—The Friends of the late THOMAS
THIS DAY (Thursday, 22nd Inst.), of 2.30 p.m.
BARRENGER.—The Friends of Mr. HENRY
street, SouMi Yana, THIS DAY (Thuisday, No-
CONACHER.—Friends of the late Mrs. MARY
GEE.—The Friends of A. T. GEE are requested
McGRAW.—Friends of the late Mr. EDWARD
McGRATH.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
The funeral is appointed to move fiom the lesi
WHITE .—The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM and
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 21 November 1917 [Issue No.22,251] page 1 2016-07-30 13:44 BAGSHAW (nee Field).- On the 12th November, at private hospital, Moonta, to Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bagshaw, of Weetults a daughter (stilborn)
Brydon (nee Furphy).- On the 15th November, at 19 Davison street, North Richmond, Mr.
PEASE.-On the 15th November, at Nurse Croft's, The Bungalow
the bride's parents by Rev. F. R.Oxer, M.A B.D. Thomas, eldest son of Mr & Mrs. W. J Horswill of Largs Bay, S.A. to
JONES-MACCOL.-[Golden Wedding] - On the
BELL. -In loving memory of our dearest friend,
-(Inserted by his sorrowing friends, Mr. and
BENNETT. - Killed in action in France, Private
BODYCOAT.-Officially reported killed in action,
BONE.-Private John Bone, killed in action on
BOYLE. -Killed in action somewhere in France,
BULL.-Killed in action, September 20, 1917, John
BULL. -Killed in action, somewhere in France,
CAHIR.-Killed in action in France on 10th Octo-
CHRISTMAS.-On the 20th October, killed in ac-
-(Inserted by loving parents, brothers, and sister,
DOHERTY. -Killed in action, October 4, 1917,
ELSBURY. -Killed in action, 27th October, Private
FECHNER.- Killed in action, France, on the 9th
FOSTER. - on the 20th September, 1917, killed in
FUZZARD.-Died of wounds, in France, on 4th
HAMMOND. -Officially reported killed in action,
-(Inserted by his loving sister Pearl.)
HAUTRIVE. - Killed in action, October 9, Frank
HODDER.-Sacred to the memory of our dear
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. T. Barratt, "Oak Lodge.")
HODDER.- A tribute to the memory of my dearly
JESSOP.- Died of wounds, in France, on October
KEVAN. - On the 4th October, 1917, Corporal R. L.
LANDT.- Killed in action, in France, on October
-(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
MULLEN.- Killed in action, in France, on 13th
PEART.- Officially reported died of wounds in
PRENDERGAST.- Killed in action, in Palestine,on 3rdNovember
and Mrs. J. Prendergast, of Rutherglen, nephew of Mr. and Mrs J.
REECE.- Officially reported killed in action in
REEVES.-Killed in action somewhere in France,
ROSCROW.-Officially reported killed in action,
RUST.-Killed in action in France September 26,
-(Inserted by his loving sisters, Murieal and
SMITH. -In ever loving memory of Gunner A. E.
-(Inserted by his sorrowing brother and sister-
STEVENS.-Killed in action, in France, on 30th
-(Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, brothers,
STEVENS.-Killed in action in France on the 11th
STEWART.-Died of wounds 14th October, 1917,
TAYLOR.-Killed in action on October 4, Lance
THOMAS.-Officially reported killed in action on
THOMSON.-Killed on active service, in France,
TYERS.-To the memory of our young friend,
-(Inserted by Hilda and Ella, Camberwell.)
WALKLATE.-Officially reported killed in action in
WILLIAMSON.-Alfred Williamson, killed in action
-(By his sorrowful wife and little ones.)
WILSON.-A tribute to the memory of our friend
APPLETON.-On the 19th November, at 308 Car-
BACKOUS.-On the 19th November, 1917, at his
late residence, . "Glengyle," corner Milton
BAGSHAW (nee Field).-On the 12th November,
BLEAUCHAE.-On the 20th November, at his
CARMICHAEL.-On the 18th November, 1917, at
CONACHER.-On the 20th November, at her resi-
DUTTON.-On the 19th November, 1917, at "Der-
EDGAR.-On the 11th November, at her residence,
MACDONALD. -On the 17th November, at Nurse
MAJOR.-On the 20th November, at St. Kilda,
McKAY.-On the 18th November, at Dean's Marsh,
MORONY.-On the 16th November, James, the
PEARCE.-On the 20th November, 1917, at "Koo-
ROBERTS.-On the 18th November, 1917, at
TREND.-On the 19th November, at his son's
BANKS.-ln loving memory of George William
BANKS.-In memory of my friend, George W. L.
FALCONER.-In sad and loving memory of Pri-
-(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, Mrs. J. J.
FALCONER.-In fond and loving memory of our
-(Inserted by loving sister and brother-in-
HARDING.-In loving memory of Frederick Stan-
STEPHENS.-In dearest memory of our beloved
-(Inserted by mother and father, and Arendina,
WIPPELL.-In loving remembrance of Private
WIPPELL.-In affectionate remembrance of Private
God's noblest work - a man.
-(Inserted by the staff of Parsons Bros. and Co.
WIPPELL.-In affectionate memory of Lyn, the
BARWICK.- In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, Mary Jane barwick, who died at 63 Fergie street, N. Fitzroy, November 21, 1898.
-(Inserted b> lier loving husband and family.)
GRIMES.-In sad and loving memory of our only
GRIMES.-In sad and loving remembrance of our
--(Inserted hy her loving grandma and grandad
JENSEN.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
-(Inserted bv her loving husband and family,
McLENNAN.-In loving memory of our dear Katie,
above.- ,
- - (Inserted by ber lotiug sister and brotber-ii
..law,,Sadie and Tom Hcunl»on (on nctivc_scrvico),
PINCOTT.- In loving memory of our dear mother,
-(Inserted by her loving son, Tom, and daughtcr
WILSON (nee Rickert).-In sad but loving memory
-(Inserted by her loving parents, biotliers, und
DEAN.-Mr. and Mrs. J. and Miss DEAN, Mr.
BACHOUS.-The Friends of the late THOMAS
BLEAUCHAE.-The Friends of Mr. HERBERT
CONACHER.-Frienda of the late Mrs. MARY
EGAN.-The Friends of the late Mrs. BRIDGET
GRAHAM.-The Friends ol Mr. JOHN GRAHAM
W.G.- APPS and SONS, Funeral Directors.
MAJOR.-The Friends of the late Mrs. H.
BAGSHAW (nee Field).—On the 12th November, at private hospital, Moonta, to Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bagshaw, of Weetults a daughter (stilborn)
Brydon (nee Furphy).—On the 15th November, at 19 Davison street, North Richmond, Mr.
PEASE.—On the 15th November, at Nurse Croft's, The Bungalow
Drouin, to Mr. and Mrs. R E Pease, a son.
the bride's parents by Rev. F. R.Oxer, M.A B.D. Thomas, eldest son of Mr. & Mrs. W. J Horswill of Largs Bay, S.A. to
Grace H, only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. .R. M. Scouler, Dowerin, W.A. (At home , National Bank, Moora. W.A.
JONES-MACCOL.—[Golden Wedding].—On the
BELL.—In loving memory of our dearest friend,
—(Inserted by his sorrowing friends, Mr. and
BENNETT.—Killed in action in France, Private
BODYCOAT.—Officially reported killed in action,
BONE.—Private John Bone, killed in action on
BOYLE.—Killed in action somewhere in France,
BULL.—Killed in action, September 20, 1917, John
BULL.—Killed in action, somewhere in France,
CAHIR.—Killed in action in France on 10th Octo-
CHRISTMAS.—On the 20th October, killed in ac-
—(Inserted by loving parents, brothers, and sister,
DOHERTY.—Killed in action, October 4, 1917,
ELSBURY.—Killed in action, 27th October, Private
FECHNER.—Killed in action, France, on the 9th
FOSTER.—On the 20th September, 1917, killed in
FUZZARD.—Died of wounds, in France, on 4th
HAMMOND.—Officially reported killed in action,
—(Inserted by his loving sister Pearl.)
HAUTRIVE.—Killed in action, October 9, Frank
HODDER.—Sacred to the memory of our dear
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. T. Barratt, "Oak Lodge.")
HODDER.—A tribute to the memory of my dearly
JESSOP.—Died of wounds, in France, on October
KEVAN.—On the 4th October, 1917, Corporal R. L.
LANDT.—Killed in action, in France, on October
—(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
MULLEN.—Killed in action, in France, on 13th
PEART.—Officially reported died of wounds in
PRENDERGAST.—Killed in action, in Palestine,on 3rdNovember
and Mrs. J. Prendergast, of Rutherglen, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J.
REECE.—Officially reported killed in action in
REEVES.—Killed in action somewhere in France,
ROSCROW.—Officially reported killed in action,
RUST.—Killed in action in France September 26,
—(Inserted by his loving sisters, Murieal and
SMITH.—In ever loving memory of Gunner A. E.
—(Inserted by his sorrowing brother and sister-
STEVENS.—Killed in action, in France, on 30th
—(Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, brothers,
STEVENS.—Killed in action in France on the 11th
STEWART.—Died of wounds 14th October, 1917,
TAYLOR.—Killed in action on October 4, Lance
THOMAS.—Officially reported killed in action on
THOMSON.—Killed on active service, in France,
TYERS.—To the memory of our young friend,
—(Inserted by Hilda and Ella, Camberwell.)
WALKLATE.—Officially reported killed in action in
WILLIAMSON.—Alfred Williamson, killed in action
—(By his sorrowful wife and little ones.)
WILSON.—A tribute to the memory of our friend
APPLETON.—On the 19th November, at 308 Car-
BACKOUS.—On the 19th November, 1917, at his
late residence, "Glengyle," corner Milton
BAGSHAW (nee Field).—On the 12th November,
BLEAUCHAE.—On the 20th November, at his
CARMICHAEL.—On the 18th November, 1917, at
CONACHER.—On the 20th November, at her resi-
DUTTON.—On the 19th November, 1917, at "Der-
EDGAR.—On the 11th November, at her residence,
MACDONALD.—On the 17th November, at Nurse
MAJOR.—On the 20th November, at St. Kilda,
McKAY.—On the 18th November, at Dean's Marsh,
MORONY.—On the 16th November, James, the
PEARCE.—On the 20th November, 1917, at "Koo-
ROBERTS.—On the 18th November, 1917, at
TREND.—On the 19th November, at his son's
BANKS.—In loving memory of George William
BANKS.—In memory of my friend, George W. L.
FALCONER.—In sad and loving memory of Pri-
—(Inserted by his sorrowing mother, Mrs. J. J.
FALCONER.—In fond and loving memory of our
—(Inserted by loving sister and brother-in-
HARDING.—In loving memory of Frederick Stan-
STEPHENS.—In dearest memory of our beloved
—(Inserted by mother and father, and Arendina,
WIPPELL.—In loving remembrance of Private
WIPPELL.—In affectionate remembrance of Private
God's noblest work.—a man.
—(Inserted by the staff of Parsons Bros. and Co.
WIPPELL.—In affectionate memory of Lyn, the
BARWICK.—In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, Mary Jane barwick, who died at 63 Fergie street, N. Fitzroy, November 21, 1898.
—(Inserted b> lier loving husband and family.)
GRIMES.—In sad and loving memory of our only
GRIMES.—In sad and loving remembrance of our
—(Inserted hy her loving grandma and grandad
JENSEN.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
—(Inserted bv her loving husband and family,
McLENNAN.—In loving memory of our dear Katie,
who.)iaf£cd away November 111, 1011.
above.
—(Inserted by ber lotiug sister and brotber-in-
law, Sadie and Tom Hcunl»on (on nctivc_scrvico),
PINCOTT.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
—(Inserted by her loving son, Tom, and daughtcr
WILSON (nee Rickert).—In sad but loving memory
—(Inserted by her loving parents, biotliers, und
DEAN.—Mr. and Mrs. J. and Miss DEAN, Mr.
BACHOUS.—The Friends of the late THOMAS
BLEAUCHAE.—The Friends of Mr. HERBERT
CONACHER.—Frienda of the late Mrs. MARY
EGAN.—The Friends of the late Mrs. BRIDGET
GRAHAM.—The Friends of Mr. JOHN GRAHAM
W.G.— APPS and SONS, Funeral Directors.
MAJOR.—The Friends of the late Mrs. H.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 13 November 1917 [Issue No.22,244] page 1 2016-07-30 13:12 TONKIN - On the 11th November, at "Harville,"
Studley road, Ivanhoe, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tonkin- a daughter.
to Ellen, only daughter of the late Perter McFar-
Eira road, Caukfield.)
ARGYLE. - Killed in action in France on the 20th
EVANS. -Killed in action in France, 13th October,
FERGUSON. -Killed in action in France on the
HAWKES.- Officially reported died of wounds on
HYRONS.-Killed in action, 20/10/17, after three
KIDD.-Killed in action 25th October, 1917, my
LE ROUX. - Killed in action, October 4, 1917,
LOW. - Gunner Stanley C. Low, killed in action
McCONVILLE. - Killed in action October 20, 1917,
-(Inserted by his loving father, sisters, and brothers.)
-(Inserted by his loving sister Ivy.)
MORISON.- Killed in action on the 4th October, Pri-
MORRISON. - Killed in action on the 4th October
MORRISON. - A tribute of esteem to the memory
MORRISON.- Killed in action in France October
MOUNTJOY.- In France on October 25, Reginald,
MUNT.- Officially reported killed in action in
-(Inserted by his sorrowing widow and children, Glenthompson, Victoria.)
NELSON.- Killed in action 1st October, Gunner
POWER. - Killed in action, 5th October, 1917, No. ??2,
ROBINSON - A tribute to the memory of our club-
-(Inserted by Preston Cricket Club.)
ROBINSON.-A tribute of fond remembrance of
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Fyfe, Bertha,
STRAWHORN.- Officially reported killed in action
WILSON. - Died on the field of honour, France, in
WILSON.- A tribute to the memory of Corporal
BRYANT.-On the 8th Vol ember, at Shepparton,
CLEMENTS.-On the 12th November, at "Wan
alta," 39 Longmore street, St Kilda, Anna Louisa
CLEMENTS.-On the 12th November, at "Wan
alta", Longmore street, St Kilda, Nan, dearly
DEAN. -On Hie 12th Noiember, at Sitlnej, Thomas
DUNNE. -On the 12th November, at her resilience,
FENWICK.-On the 11th November, at her late
FINDLAY. -On Hie 1st Noiemlnr, al MfXMulrn,
GOURLAY. -On the 10th Noiember, nt "\imlc
late TlionuiH f.ourhij, "ged 01 ¡CITS 7. months
NICOL.-On the 12th November, al Malvern,
third con of Mr and Mrs. 'ames Nicol Mo
SIMPSON. -On the 1 'th Novcrolier, at the roidoncc
of her daughter (Mrs T Howie 02 Albert street
last, loi ed mother of Mrs It lolinstonc (Mol
linghip), Mrs 11 lime (Barnpoort) Mrs C
Au traill), Mrs A Martin (Olenfcrrlc) Mr»
THOMPSON. - On the lilli Noiembcr at his resi
VAUX. -On Hu 12lh Noiembcr at his lesldcnce,
C Holland, 1 leli her slrecl and Mrs Mee Pitei
WALSH. -On the lilli Noièîulier ut Police Station,
WILKINSON. -On the 10th Noiember, at Paynes
MeKie C1 ira Ilnrqld, Mrs Lunjon, llalph, and
Mrs Oldmcutlov»
WILLIAMS.-U Hie residence of Mi Svvecnci
WRIGHT.-On the 12th November at Healesville
WRIGHT.- On the 12th November, at Healesville
COULTON. -In loving memory of my dear husband.
--(Inserted by his loving wife, Margaret Coulton,
DUNCAN. -In loving memory of our dear son and
LOCK. -In loving memory of my dear son,
-(Inserted by his mother, A. J. L., "The Pines,"
MULDOWNEY. -In loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by his sister and brother, Mrs. O'Hare
ORR. -In affectionate remembrance of Sergeant-
HINCHCLIFFE. -In sad and loving memory of my
LEACH. -In loving memory of our dear son and
LITTLE. -In sad and loving memory of my beloved
REILLY. -In loving memory of my dear father
-(Inserted by loEcph Reilly )
SANGSTER. -In loving memory of our dearly loved
SMITH.- In fond and loving remembrance of our
TYRER.-On the 13th November, 1912, as the
BOXSHALL. - Mr . and Mrs. BOXSHALL and
CELEMENTS. - The Friends of Mr. ALBERT J.R. CELEMENTS are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife to the
DAVIS.-The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA-
the place ot interment, the Brighton General
of ith i. n-(u Uw Mr I T Woods %. KeelrntreH,
NlCOL. - Fríen W of (he late Mr THOMAS HI
ii v.«) btation Ulirton on Wednesday llth
remains of his lato beloved wife will be interred
VAUX. -lim Mends of the lato Mr. WILLIAM
WALSH. - The Friends of the late Mr. (Con-
WRIGHT. - The Friends of Mr. NORMAN
Tonkin—a daughter.
MARRIAGES.
ELMITT-HAYHURST.—On the 10th November,
shire, England, to Margaret Oliva, eldest daugh-
GRIFFITHS-McFARLANE.—[Golden Wedding.]—
to Ellen, only daughter of the late Peter McFar-
South Melbourne, At home, "Kinnardy," Glen
Eira road, Caulfield.)
ARGYLE.—Killed in action in France on the 20th
DOWN.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917, Cor-
EVANS.—Killed in action in France, 13th October,
FERGUSON.—Killed in action in France on the
-(M. Long, Portland..)
HAWKES.— Officially reported died of wounds on
HYRONS.—Killed in action, 20/10/17, after three
KIDD.—Killed in action 25th October, 1917, my
LE ROUX.—Killed in action, October 4, 1917,
LOW.—Gunner Stanley C. Low, killed in action
McCONVILLE.—Killed in action October 20, 1917,
—(Inserted by his loving father, sisters, and brothers.)
—(Inserted by his loving sister Ivy.)
MORISON.— Killed in action on the 4th October, Pri-
MORRISON.—Killed in action on the 4th October
MORRISON.—A tribute of esteem to the memory
MORRISON.— Killed in action in France October
MOUNTJOY.— In France on October 25, Reginald,
MUNT.— Officially reported killed in action in
—(Inserted by his sorrowing widow and children, Glenthompson, Victoria.)
NELSON.— Killed in action 1st October, Gunner
POWER.—Killed in action, 5th October, 1917, No. ??2,
ROBINSON.—A tribute to the memory of our club-
—(Inserted by Preston Cricket Club.)
ROBINSON.—A tribute of fond remembrance of
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Fyfe, Bertha,
STRAWHORN.— Officially reported killed in action
WILSON.—Died on the field of honour, France, in
WILSON.— A tribute to the memory of Corporal
BRYANT.—On the 8th Vol ember, at Shepparton,
CLEMENTS.—On the 12th November, at "Wan
alta," 39 Longmore street, St. Kilda, Anna Louisa
CLEMENTS.—On the 12th November, at "Wan
alta", Longmore street, St. Kilda, Nan, dearly
DEAN.—On Hie 12th Noiember, at Sitlnej, Thomas
DUNNE.—On the 12th November, at her resilience,
FENWICK.—On the 11th November, at her late
FINDLAY.—On Hie 1st Noiemlnr, al MfXMulrn,
GOURLAY.—On the 10th Noiember, nt "\imlc
late TlionuiH f.ourhij, "ged 01 iCITS 7. months
NICOL.—On the 12th November, al Malvern,
third con of Mr. and Mrs. 'ames Nicol Mo
SIMPSON.—On the 1 'th Novcrolier, at the roidoncc
of her daughter (Mrs. T Howie 02 Albert street
last, loi ed mother of Mrs. It lolinstonc (Mol
linghip), Mrs. 11 lime (Barnpoort) Mrs. C
Au traill), Mrs. A Martin (Olenfcrrlc) Mr»
fïios Howie (keelong West), William (W \.),
THOMPSON.—On the lilli Noiembcr at his resi
VAUX.—On Hu 12lh Noiembcr at his lesldcnce,
C Holland, 1 leli her slrecl and Mrs. Mee Pitei
WALSH.—On the lilli Noièîulier ut Police Station,
WILKINSON.—On the 10th Noiember, at Paynes
MeKie C1 ira Ilnrqld, Mrs. Lunjon, llalph, and
Mrs. Oldmcutlov»
WILLIAMS.—U Hie residence of Mi Svvecnci
WRIGHT.—On the 12th November at Healesville
WRIGHT.—On the 12th November, at Healesville
COULTON.—In loving memory of my dear husband.
-—(Inserted by his loving wife, Margaret Coulton,
Malvern..)
DUNCAN.—In loving memory of our dear son and
LOCK.—In loving memory of my dear son,
—(Inserted by his mother, A. J. L., "The Pines,"
MULDOWNEY.—In loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by his sister and brother, Mrs. O'Hare
ORR.—In affectionate remembrance of Sergeant-
A. E. F..)
HINCHCLIFFE.—In sad and loving memory of my
LEACH.—In loving memory of our dear son and
sister..)
LITTLE.—In sad and loving memory of my beloved
\nd never.) art ac,ain
REILLY.—In loving memory of my dear father
—(Inserted by loEcph Reilly.)
SANGSTER.—In loving memory of our dearly loved
SMITH.— In fond and loving remembrance of our
her brothers, J.T. J.P. R.C. and M. W..)
TYRER.—On the 13th November, 1912, as the
BOXSHALL.—Mr. . and Mrs. BOXSHALL and
Malvern THIS D U (Tuesday, Uth »ht.) at 2
CELEMENTS.—The Friends of Mr. ALBERT J.R. CELEMENTS are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife to the
DAVIS.—The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA-
the place of interment, the Brighton General
of ith i. n-(u Uw Mr. I T Woods %. KeelrntreH,
NlCOL.—Fríen W of (he late Mr. THOMAS HI
ii v.«) btation Ulirton on Wednesday 11th
remains of his late beloved wife will be interred
VAUX. -lim Mends of the late Mr. WILLIAM
WALSH.—The Friends of the late Mr. (Con-
WRIGHT.—The Friends of Mr. NORMAN
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 13 November 1917 [Issue No.22,244] page 1 2016-07-30 13:05 -(Inserted by F. W. Shore.)
RAPHAEL - In fond memory of my dear pal, Fred,
Battalion) after serving on Gallipoli and France.
FOWLER.- In loving remembrance of Susan
.' établi I Uti S \Ir\AM&gt;Ml TOI! JOHANNSEN
—(Inserted by F. W. Shore.)
RAPHAEL.—In fond memory of my dear pal, Fred,
Battalion), after serving on Gallipoli and France.
FOWLER.—In loving remembrance of Susan
.' établi I Uti S \Ir\AM>Ml TOI! JOHANNSEN
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 12 November 1917 [Issue No.22,243] page 1 2016-07-30 12:58 ¡$ V«*c"WcUbb porto,, lo ensure their
MACKINTOSH.- On the 3rd October, at "Edling-
ton," Auburn, the wife of Donald M, Mackintosh - a son.
SMITH (nee Furze).- On the 23rd October, 1917, at Nurse Hodgson's private hospital, Nathalia, to Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Smith, Oaklands, N.S.W. - a daughter (Elsie Ida Muriel).
WILKINSON. -On the 28th October, at "Nerrina,"
tenant W. Stanley Wilkinson - a daughter.
MULQUINEY-HEWITT.- (Golden Wedding.)- On
HEWITT - WALL.- On the 12th September, 1917, at
BAKER.-Died of wounds, October 4, somewhere
BAYLY. - Captain Brian Brock, M.C., died of
BONNER. - Fell in action, October 4, 1917, Lance-
-(Inserted by his sorrowing wife, 6 Crimea street,
BRINSDEN.-Reported killed in action in France
CHITTENDEN.- Killed in action in France, Octo-
CHUCK.-Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
CLEAVER.- Died of wounds in Palestine, date
DENTRY.-Killed in action in France on October
DENTRY. - Killed in action in France on October
DENTRY. -Killed in action in France October 31,
DENTRY.-Killed in action, in France, on October
FRASER.-Killed in action, in France, on the 12th
FULLARTON.-Killed in action in France on the
GIBBS.-Killed in action, October 12, 1917, Cor-
HYRONS.-On the 21st October, 1917, killed in
JONES.-Killed in action, 18th October, Allan
LIDSTONE.-Killed in action, France, on the 4th
LIGHTBODY. -Killed in action in France on Oc-
LOW.- Gunner Stanley C. Low, killed in action,
ROBINSON. - Killed in action in France on Oc-
SCOTT.-Killed in France, 1st October, my dearest
VINE.-Killed in action in France on the 15th Oc-
WILSON.- Died of wounds at 1st A.G.H., France,
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and brother.)
WILSON.- Died of wounds at 1st A.G.H., France,
WILSON.-Died of wounds at 1st A.G.H., France,
WILSON.- Killed in action, October 23, 1917, in
WOODWARD - A tribute to the memory of the
ADAMS.- On the 3rd November at Myrtleford,
BELL.-On 11th November, at "Hill Crest"
BELL.-On the 11th November, at "'Hill Crest"
dearly loved mother of Minnie (Mrs Fraser),
CLEAVER.-0n.tlK !>th'Ñovcmbcr,.al.his late i
DE LANY.-On Hie lilli of November, al lila i
EARL.-On the loth of November, at Melbourne
FIELD - On the 8th November, at Melbourne,
FIELDER.-On the 10th November, at Camper-
FIGGINS.- On the 10th November, 1917", at her
FINDLAY.-On the 1st November, at Alexandra,
Wc miss tile dear, sweet faces;
GRACE.-On the 10th November, at her residence,
HALLY.-On the 3rd November, accidentally
HOLLAND.-On the 2nd November, at his resi-
beloved tmsband ot Lillias Maria Holland, aged
JOHANNESEN.-On the 10th November, at the
JOHANNESEN.-On the 10th November, at Polin
LAFFAN.-On the 10th November, at Koroit, Mary,
LEHANE.-On the 9th November, at Guy's road,
MACMILLAN.-On the 9th November, at Bank of
New South Wales, Holbrook, N.S.W.. Florence
QUIN.-On the 11th November, at her residence,
QUIN.-On the 11th November, at her residence,
QUIN.-On the 11th November, at her residence.
Under the shadow ol Thy wing Elie will,And rest.
ROLLINS.-On the 10th November, 1917, at the
SAUL.-On the 8th November, at the residence
SMITH.-On the 10th November, at 313 Moray
SMITH (nee Furze).-On the 4th November, 1917,
TROTT.-On the 9th November, at his residence,
TROTT.-On the 9th November, at his residence,
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of our dear sons and
TAYLOR.-In loving memory of my dear nephew,
TAYLOR.--ln loving memory of our dear friend,
-(Inserted by Mrs. Robinson and family, Princes
ALVIN.-In sad ami loving memory of my dear
ARMSTRONG.-In loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and
CHANCELLOR. - In fond and loving memory of
HOURIGAN.-ln sad and loving memory of my
-(Inserted by her loving husband and family,
LINDSEY (nee Cullen).-In loving memory of our
LINDSEY. -In loving memory of my dear friend,
MAHONEY.-In loving memory of our dear mother,
- (Inserted by James and George.)
MAHONEY.-In sad and loving remembrance of
McDONALD.-In loving memory of my dear wife
-(Inserted by -her loving husband, sons, and
McMURTIE.-In sacred remembrance of James
MONTAGUE.-In loving memory of Harold Mon-
POWER.-In memory of my dear mother, who
-(Inserted by loving son, F. T. Power, abroad.)
SALISBURY.-In fond and loving memory of my
-(Inserted by his wife and son, Healesville.)
SCOTT.-In affectionate remembrance of my
-(Inserted by Thos. Scott, Bendigo.)
SUTHERLAND.-In loving memory of Dr. A. P.
-(Inserted' by the minister and young people of
WALTON.-In loving memory of my dear husband
-(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
WHITMORE.-In fond remembrance ol my dear
to the._.., ._.,.
BARTON.-The Friraila of the late Mrs. ELIZA-
DE LANY.- The Friends of the late Mr. ALFRED
¡nrt.). at ¡I p.m.
EARL.-The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM
spectfully ¡lulled lo follow his remains to the
FIGGINS.-The Friends of Mr. JAMES FIGGINS
GRACE.-The Friends of the late Mrs. BRIDGET
JOHANNESEN.-The Friends of the late Con-
QUIN.-The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN QUIN are respectfully in-
TROTT.-The Friends of the late Mr. HARRY
TROTT.-Australian Natives' Association, Albert
Park Branch, No. 137.- The Members of the
i$ V«*c"WcUbb porto,, lo ensure their
MACKINTOSH.—On the 3rd October, at "Edling-
ton," Auburn, the wife of Donald M. Mackintosh
—a son.
SMITH (nee Furze).—On the 23rd October, 1917,
—a daughter (Elsie Ida Muriel).
WILKINSON.—On the 28th October, at "Nerrina,"
tenant W. Stanley Wilkinson—a daughter.
MULQUINEY—HEWITT.—[Golden Wedding.]—On
HEWITT—WALL.—On the 12th September, 1917, at
BAKER.—Died of wounds, October 4, somewhere
BAYLY.—Captain Brian Brock, M.C., died of
BONNER.—Fell in action, October 4, 1917, Lance-
—(Inserted by his sorrowing wife, 6 Crimea street,
BRINSDEN.—Reported killed in action in France
CHITTENDEN.—Killed in action in France, Octo-
CHUCK.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917,
CLEAVER.—Died of wounds in Palestine, date
DENTRY.—Killed in action in France on October
DENTRY.—Killed in action in France on October
DENTRY.—Killed in action in France October 31,
DENTRY.—Killed in action, in France, on October
FRASER.—Killed in action, in France, on the 12th
FULLARTON.—Killed in action in France on the
GIBBS.—Killed in action, October 12, 1917, Cor-
HYRONS.—On the 21st October, 1917, killed in
JONES.—Killed in action, 18th October, Allan
LIDSTONE.—Killed in action, France, on the 4th
LIGHTBODY.—Killed in action in France on Oc-
LOW.— Gunner Stanley C. Low, killed in action,
ROBINSON.—Killed in action in France on Oc-
SCOTT.—Killed in France, 1st October, my dearest
VINE.—Killed in action in France on the 15th Oc-
WILSON.—Died of wounds at 1st A.G.H., France,
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and brother.)
WILSON.—Died of wounds at 1st A.G.H., France,
WILSON.—Died of wounds at 1st A.G.H., France,
WILSON.—Killed in action, October 23, 1917, in
WOODWARD.—A tribute to the memory of the
ADAMS.—On the 3rd November at Myrtleford,
BELL.—On 11th November, at "Hill Crest"
BELL.—On the 11th November, at "'Hill Crest"
dearly loved mother of Minnie (Mrs. Fraser),
CLEAVER.—0n.tlK !>th'Ñovcmbcr,.al.his late i
DE LANY.—On Hie lilli of November, al lila i
EARL.—On the loth of November, at Melbourne
FIELD.—On the 8th November, at Melbourne,
FIELDER.—On the 10th November, at Camper-
FIGGINS.—On the 10th November, 1917", at her
FINDLAY.—On the 1st November, at Alexandra,
Wc miss the dear, sweet faces;
GRACE.—On the 10th November, at her residence,
HALLY.—On the 3rd November, accidentally
HOLLAND.—On the 2nd November, at his resi-
beloved tmsband of Lillias Maria Holland, aged
JOHANNESEN.—On the 10th November, at the
JOHANNESEN.—On the 10th November, at Polin
LAFFAN.—On the 10th November, at Koroit, Mary,
LEHANE.—On the 9th November, at Guy's road,
MACMILLAN.—On the 9th November, at Bank of
New South Wales, Holbrook, N.S.W. Florence
QUIN.—On the 11th November, at her residence,
QUIN.—On the 11th November, at her residence,
QUIN.—On the 11th November, at her residence.
Under the shadow of Thy wing Elie will,And rest.
ROLLINS.—On the 10th November, 1917, at the
SAUL.—On the 8th November, at the residence
SMITH.—On the 10th November, at 313 Moray
SMITH (nee Furze).—On the 4th November, 1917,
TROTT.—On the 9th November, at his residence,
TROTT.—On the 9th November, at his residence,
TAYLOR.—In loving memory of our dear sons and
TAYLOR.—In loving memory of my dear nephew,
TAYLOR.—ln loving memory of our dear friend,
—(Inserted by Mrs. Robinson and family, Princes
ALVIN.—In sad ami loving memory of my dear
ARMSTRONG.—In loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and
CHANCELLOR.—In fond and loving memory of
HOURIGAN.—ln sad and loving memory of my
—(Inserted by her loving husband and family,
LINDSEY (nee Cullen).—In loving memory of our
LINDSEY.—In loving memory of my dear friend,
MAHONEY.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
—(Inserted by James and George.)
MAHONEY.—In sad and loving remembrance of
McDONALD.—In loving memory of my dear wife
—(Inserted by -her loving husband, sons, and
McMURTIE.—In sacred remembrance of James
MONTAGUE.—In loving memory of Harold Mon-
POWER.—In memory of my dear mother, who
—(Inserted by loving son, F. T. Power, abroad.)
SALISBURY.—In fond and loving memory of my
—(Inserted by his wife and son, Healesville.)
SCOTT.—In affectionate remembrance of my
—(Inserted by Thos. Scott, Bendigo.)
SUTHERLAND.—In loving memory of Dr. A. P.
—(Inserted' by the minister and young people of
WALTON.—In loving memory of my dear husband
—(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
WHITMORE.—In fond remembrance of my dear
to the._., ._.,.
BARTON.—The Friraila of the late Mrs. ELIZA-
DE LANY.— The Friends of the late Mr. ALFRED
inrt.). at iI p.m.
EARL.—The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM
spectfully ilulled lo follow his remains to the
FIGGINS.—The Friends of Mr. JAMES FIGGINS
GRACE.—The Friends of the late Mrs. BRIDGET
JOHANNESEN.—The Friends of the late Con-
QUIN.—The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN QUIN are respectfully in-
TROTT.—The Friends of the late Mr. HARRY
TROTT.—Australian Natives' Association, Albert
Park Branch, No. 137.— The Members of the
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 10 November 1917 [Issue No.22,242] page 13 2016-07-30 12:51 DALEY (Jessie Obbinson). - On the 29th October, 1917, at Sister Annear's, "Nerrina," Sutherland road, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Daley, of 28 Narong road, Caulfield - a daughter.
DUTTON (nee Louise Ransom). - On the 22nd October, at St. Aidan's private hospital, Moonee Ponds, to Mr. and Mrs. Hedley D. Dutton, "Glen Ayr," Belmont road, Surrey Hills - a daughter.
ELLIS (nee Iseta Woodmason). - On the 14th August, 1917, at Nurse Anderson's private hospital, Alexandra avenue, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton Ellis, of Maling road, Canterbury - a daughter (Margery Millicent).
ELTON (nee Lily Ainger). - On the 30th October, at Burnleigh," Maling road, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elton - a son (John Ainger).
FELTON (nee Lucas). - At Nurse McKinnon's pri-
Eric Felton, A.I.F., abroad - a daughter (premature).
FENTON - On the 1st November, at "Talofa,"
Raymond street, Sale, to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fenton - a daughter.
FYFE (nee Jean ?). - On the 6th November, at
Nurse Hinchelitte's private hospital, James street, Brighton, the wife of Robert C. Fyfe - a son (Ronald Hugh).
GARDEN. - On the 1st November, at Abbotsleigh private hospital, Horsham, to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Garden, of "Nyallo," Wal Wal - a daughter.
GRAYDEN. - On the 3rd October, at private hospital, Somerville, the wife of Herbert E. Grayden - a daughter (Sheila).
GRIFFIN. - On the 1st November, at Pyalong
Hotel, Pyalong, the wife of Denis M. Griffin - a
GUTHRIE. - On the 5th November, 1917, to Mr.
street, Shepparton - a daughter (stillborn).
HEWETT (nee Minnie Mann). - On the 12th Oc-
LARNACH (nee Ethel Bartling). - On the 27th
vale, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Larnach - a daughter
MACE. - On the 22nd October, at "Londa," pri-
Mace, "Awatea," Downshire road, Elsternwick - a son.
MANSON. - On the ? November, at Quisisana
MOORE (nee Daisy ?). - On the 1st November,
East Malvern - a daughter (Margaret Jean).
OASTLER. - On the 28th September, the wife of
Andrew Oastler (nee Dunning), - a daughter (Jean
OASTLER. - On the 28th September, at 1 Rivers-
SHAW (nee Ethel Milne Bunting). - On the 18th
master Reedy Creek State School) - a son (Charles
SHEEHAN. - On the 18th October, at "Nerrina,"
William D. Sheehan, of East Malvern - a daugh-
SMITH. - On the 3rd November, at "Woolamai,"
A. W. E. Smith - a daughter.
THOMPSON. - On the 18th October, at "Londa,"
Air Mechanic W. A ? Thompson, A.F.C. - a
THWAITES. - On the 5th October, 1917, at 70
R. L. Thwaites - a daughter.
TURNBULL. - On the 1st November, to Mr. and
Richmond - a daughter (Bettine).
WALKER (nee Eileen Calcutt). - On the 1st Nov-
rietta street, Hawthorn - a son (Francis Welles-
WARD. - On the 31st October, at "Clenagh," Daw-
Ward - a son.
WOOD. - On the 28th July, at Quambi, Ardmona,
the wife of Frank C. Wood - a daughter.
BURNETT - WALKER. - On the 11th September,
CHARGE - BETHUNE. - On the 26th September, at
CHARTERS -MARRIOTT. -On the 29th September,
COCHRANE - DARBYSHIRE. - On the 11th October,
COLLOCOTT - MARSHALL. - On the 4th October,1917,
DAVIE - ROBINSON. - On the 26th September, 1916,
ENGLISH - HAMBRIDGE. - On the 13th October, at
FRYER - THORNTON. - On the 22nd September, at
GOODWIN - KNOWLES. - On the 27th October, at
GREEN - MATSON. - On the 10th October, 1917, at
?HAUGHTON - JOHNSTON. - On the 20th October,1917,
HUNT - O'HERN. - On the 8th September, at St. Patrick's
McADAM - ROBERTSON. - On the 13th October, at
"Athol," Coburg. Address - "Sea View," Mono?,
MIDGLEY - SMITH. - On the 24th October, at
dress - Oriental Villa, Napier street, Stawell.
NICHOLSON - GIBLETT. - On the 30th October, 1917,
PARKINSON - COATES. - On the 20th October, 1917,
PIKE - FROOMES.—On the 11th October, at the
ROBERTS - DAVEY.-On the 13th October, 1917,
TREASE - WILSON - On the 1st September,
WALLENS - SCHIER - On the 8th September, at
WHITTINGTON - HALDSWORTH. - (Silver Wedding,)
ABLEY.-Killed in action in France on the 15th
ANDERSON.-On the 12th October, 1917, killed in
"He died as he lived - nobly."
ANDERSON.-Officially reported killed in action
ANDERSON.- Officially reported killed in action
BOOTH.-A tribute of love to the memory of my
BROMFIELD.- Killed in action in France, on
BROWNE.-Officially reported killed in action on
BURTON.-Died of gunshot wounds, 19th October,
CHALMERS.-A tribute in fond remembrance of
CHUCK.- Killed in action, October 12th, 1917,
COLLINS. -In memory of my dear nephew, Lieut.
-(Inserted by his loving aunt and uncle, Mr.
COOPER (Clough).-Killed in action in France,
-(Inserted by his friend, Chas. G. Brown,
CROCKER.-Died of wounds on the 20th October,
CRUSELL.-On the 29th October, 1917, died of
-(Inserted by employees of above firm.)
CURRY.-A tribute to the memory of my dear
CURWEN.-Killed in action in France, October 4,
DAVIE.-Officially reported died of wounds, somewhere
DAVY.-John Kenneth, officially reported died of
-(Inserted by his loving brother Paul.)
EDWARDS.-Killed in action, in France, on October
EDWARDS- POYSER.-Killed in action in France,
-(Inserted by their loving aunts, E. J. Edwards,
EVANS.-A token of love to the memory of my
-(Inserted hy his loving friend, Ada Holmes,
FELL.-Officially reported killed in action, somewhere
FITCH. -A tribute of love to the memory of our
- (Inserted by Will and Rita Grant.)
FOWLER. -A tribute of very sincere respect and
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Veitch, East
GAY.-Officially reported killed in action, 26th October,
GAMBLE.-A tribute of love to the memory of
GIBBS.- Killed in action, October 12, Corporal
GIBBS. - Officially reported killed in action on the
GLASS.-In sad and loving memory of Corporal
-(Inserted by his loving friends,- Annie and
GRADY.-Killed in action on 4th October, 1917,
HARRlS.-Officially reported killed in action in
HARRISON.-Officially reported died of wounds, in
-(Inserted by his loving mother and sister-in
HEATH.-Killed in action, somewhere in France,
HUTCHINSON.-Died of wounds, on 31st October,
JEFFREY.-Killed in action in France, on 30th September,
KELLAS.-Killed in action on the 12th October,
LAKE.-Killed in action on the 1st November,
LYON.-Officially reported killed in action, October 9 1917,
He died as he lived - one of the best and
-(Inserted by his loving wife, E. Lyon, 47 Page street,
MACDONALD.-Died of wounds at 10th Casualty
MACKIE. - Died of wounds in France, on October 21, 1917,
MAHER. - Killed in action in France, 19th October,1917,
McDONALD.-Died of wounds in Palestine on
McLEAN.-Officially reported killed in action on
He died as he lived - one of the best and
MEREDITH.-Killed in action in Palestine, on No-
MORROW.-Died of wounds at 17th Casualty Station,
MORTON.-Killed in action, 20th September, 1917,
MURNANE.- Died of wounds on 1st October, W. E.(Ewart),
O'CONNELL.-Officially reported killed in action,
OPPY.-Killed in action in France on October 13,
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and
OPPY.-Killed in action in France, on October
-(Inserted by his uncle and aunt and cousin,
ROBINSON.-A tribute of love to the memory of
SCOTT.-Ofllcially reported died of wounds in
-(Inserted by his loving father, mother, and
SHRIVES.-No. 338, Private Edward John Shrives,
Gone ¡s the face we loved so dear,
-(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
SHRIVES.-A tribute of love to the memory of my
-(Inserted by his loving Girlie, Mary Edwards,
SPENCER.- A tribute of love to the memory of
STILL.-Died of wounds, November 1, after
STEWART.-Killed in action, October 25, Sgt. Jack
STEWART.-Killed in action, October 25, Sgt.
TAYLOR.-Killed in action, in France, October 13,
TAYLOR.-A tribute of love to Sgt. Allen A.,
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of Gunner Her-
-(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woodruff and
TYREE.-On the 4th October, in France, William,
WATSON.-Killed in action, in France, September
WILLIAMS.-Officially reported died of gunshot
WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of Gunner Henry
1917, of 39 Jervois street, St Kilda.
-(Inserted by Clive Gower, on active service,
YOUNG.-A tribute of esteem to the memory of
-(Inserted by Mary Sharples, Footscray.)
ANDERSON.-On the 9th November, at the Won-
BACON.-On November 3, at his late residence,
BLACKWELL.-On the 9th November, 1917, John
BODEY.-On the 9th November, at her mother's
COATE.-On the 8th November, at Tillside, 20
COCHRANE.-On the 9th November, at 21 Nor-
DAVIES.-On the 3rd November, at his residence,
JOHNSTON.-On the 2Sth October, at . her
LEARMONTH.-On the 27th October, 1917, at
LOMAS.-On the 30th October, at Kalgoorlie, W.A..
MONAHAN.-On the 20th October, at Brisbane,
MULLER.-On the 20th October, at Oveiisvalc,
POWELL.-On the 9th November, at his residence,
ROBERTS.-On the 8th November, 1017, at Euroa,
STIRLING.-On the Slut October, at "Aberfeldy,"
SUTHERLAND.-A tribute to the memory of our
THELWELL.-On the 8th November, at Melbourne,
TREZISE.-On tho Sth November, 1917, at his resi-
WHITE.-On the 8th November, at her residence,
WILLOUGHBY.-On the 9th November, at his resi-
HILL.-In loving memory of our dear ron and
MASTERS.-A loving tribute to the memory of
-(Inserted by his loving friend, M. Simpson.)
PRATT.-Killed in action in France, on 10th
SPENCER. - In affectionate remembrance of our
SPENCER.-In loving memory of our dear friend,
-(Inserted by choir members of St. George's, Royal
STAMP. - ln loving memory of Lance-Corporal
WOODWARD.-A tribute to the memory of the
YOUNG.-A tribute of love, in memory of my
-(Inserted by Annie Banks, Queenscliff.)
BEARD.-In loving memory of our dear Evelyn,
--(Inserted by her mother, sisters, and brother.)
BILSTON.- In sad but loving memory of our darl-
BOLDEN.- In loving memory of my elear wife and
BROWN.- In loving memory of my mother, Eliza-
Oh, for tlie touch of a vanished hand,
And tlie sound of a voice that is still.
-(Inserted by lier son-in-law and ilaughtcr, Cap-
BROWN.-In loiine; memory of our dear grandma.
-(Inserted by her p-randi-tiilil'ren, Andy, Jean,
BROWN.-In loving memory of our mother, who
BROWN.-lu loving memory of Mr«. C. Brown,
who died ot 07 Verdon street, Williamstown,
-(Inserted by Violet Bennett)
CARNSEW (nee Briese).-In loving memory of our
-(Inserted by her mother and father, I5 Palmer
CARNSEW.-In loving memory of my dear wife
-(Inserted by her loving; husband, Arthur Carn
DAVIS.-In sad and loving memory ot Henry
-(Inserteel by hi» devoted wife, Sarah Davis,
FiNLAY.-In loving remembrance of my dear hus-
FOOTE.-In loving memory of our true anil loving
-(Inserted by her sister Olivo and brothcr-ln
GARRETT.-In fond and loving memory of our be-
GARRETT.-In loving remembrance of our dear
-(Inserted by May and Arthur Barton.)
GILMORE.- In sad and loving remembrance of my
-(Inserted by. her loving husband and son, W. G.
ILOTT.--In loving memory of our dear father,
LEWIS.-In loving memory of William langer,
-(Inserted by his loving wife, Laura; and little
McDONALD.-In sad and loving memory of my
RUDDOCK.-In ever loving memory of our dear
-(Inserted by their loving grand-dnugliters,
SALISBURY.-In sad and loving memory of Wil-
SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear brother
-(Inserted by his brother Ted and sislcr-ln-latv
SUTHERLAND.-In loving memory of A. P. Suther-
-(Inserted by E. Murray Johns, Prance.) ?
TOPPING.-In memory of my dear wife and our
WHITMORE.-In fond remembrance of my dear
-(Inserted by B. C. Whitmore.)
ALEXANDER.- Mr. ARTHUR and Misses FLOR-
for kind expressions ot sympathy by tisits, tele-
HOPE.-Mrs. W. L. B. HOPE desires to THANK
LIEBICH.-Mrs. LIEBICH and Family desire to
MELDRUM.-Mrs. MELDRUM, Mrs. BRODIE,
loving wile and mother lu« entered lier eternal
incnt, in tlie loss of our lieloteel son, Ernest Paul
ttlto theil oí wounds at the SIh Stationär} Hospi-
in action October 6, m7 ¡10 Rathdown street,
cirds and other expression» oí sympathy in the
i nd brother Gunner Elm Webb (¡¡til natter}.
wcll and Auburn police ib-o tile emploi eos of
Messrs irmill and lockson for ti le-granne, letter«
líen bcreat emeut, especially thanking Rev C M
of her dear husband, especially Mr and lira Taffs
husband « illness and to Mr Frilay for the mon
O'HEARE. - The Relatives of the late MARY
BLACKWELL.-The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
(her Mr S Blackwell 64 Tennyson street, St
COATE.-The 1 ni lids of the late Miss MAY
McGUIRE.-The Friends of the late Mr. AN-
POWELL.-The Fricndi of the late Mr. ERNEST
THELWELL.-Fricntla of the lale Mr. JAMES
BARKLA (nee Dall).—On the 2nd November, at 6
DALEY (Jessie Obbinson).—On the 29th October,
1917, at Sister Annear's, "Nerrina," Sutherlandof 28 Narong road, Caulfield.—a daughter.
road, Armadale, to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Daley,
of 28 Narong road, Caulfield—a daughter.
DUNCAN (nee Phyllis Garvin).—On the 5th No-
North Fitzroy, to Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Duncan—
DUTTON (nee Louise Ransom).—On the 22nd October, at St. Aidan's private hospital, Moonee Ponds, to Mr. and Mrs. Hedley D. Dutton, "Glen Ayr," Belmont road, Surrey Hills.—a daughter.
ELLIS (nee Iseta Woodmason).—On the 14th August, 1917, at Nurse Anderson's private hospital, Alexandra avenue, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton Ellis, of Maling road, Canterbury.—a daughter (Margery Millicent).
ELTON (nee Lily Ainger).—On the 30th October, at Burnleigh," Maling road, Canterbury, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elton.—a son (John Ainger).
FELTON (nee Lucas).—At Nurse McKinnon's pri-
Eric Felton, A.I.F., abroad—a daughter (premature).
Fenton—a daughter.
FYFE (nee Jean ?).—On the 6th November, at
Nurse Hinchelitte's private hospital, James street, Brighton, the wife of Robert C. Fyfe.—a son (Ronald Hugh).
GARDEN.—On the 1st November, at Abbotsleigh private hospital, Horsham, to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Garden, of "Nyallo," Wal Wal.—a daughter.
GRAYDEN.—On the 3rd October, at private hospital, Somerville, the wife of Herbert E. Grayden.—a daughter (Sheila).
GRIFFIN.—On the 1st November, at Pyalong
Hotel, Pyalong, the wife of Denis M. Griffin.—a
GUTHRIE.—On the 5th November, 1917, to Mr.
street, Shepparton.—a daughter (stillborn).
HEWETT (nee Minnie Mann).—On the 12th Oc-
LARNACH (nee Ethel Bartling).—On the 27th
vale, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Larnach.—a daughter
MACE.—On the 22nd October, at "Londa," pri-
Mace, "Awatea," Downshire road, Elsternwick.—a son.
MANSON.—On the ? November, at Quisisana
MOORE (nee Daisy ?).—On the 1st November,
East Malvern.—a daughter (Margaret Jean).
OASTLER.—On the 28th September, the wife of
Andrew Oastler (nee Dunning),.—a daughter (Jean
OASTLER.—On the 28th September, at 1 Rivers-
SHAW (nee Ethel Milne Bunting).—On the 18th
master Reedy Creek State School).—a son (Charles
SHEEHAN.—On the 18th October, at "Nerrina,"
William D. Sheehan, of East Malvern.—a daugh-
SMITH.—On the 3rd November, at "Woolamai,"
A. W. E. Smith.—a daughter.
THOMPSON.—On the 18th October, at "Londa,"
Air Mechanic W. A ? Thompson, A.F.C.—a
THWAITES.—On the 5th October, 1917, at 70
R. L. Thwaites.—a daughter.
TURNBULL.—On the 1st November, to Mr. and
Richmond.—a daughter (Bettine).
WALKER (nee Eileen Calcutt).—On the 1st Nov-
rietta street, Hawthorn.—a son (Francis Welles-
WARD.—On the 31st October, at "Clenagh," Daw-
Ward.—a son.
WOOD.—On the 28th July, at Quambi, Ardmona,
the wife of Frank C. Wood.—a daughter.
BURNETT.—WALKER.—On the 11th September,
CHARGE.—BETHUNE.—On the 26th September, at
CHARTERS -MARRIOTT.—On the 29th September,
COCHRANE.—DARBYSHIRE.—On the 11th October,
COLLOCOTT.—MARSHALL.—On the 4th October,1917,
DAVIE.—ROBINSON.—On the 26th September, 1916,
ENGLISH.—HAMBRIDGE.—On the 13th October, at
FRYER.—THORNTON.—On the 22nd September, at
GOODWIN.—KNOWLES.—On the 27th October, at
GREEN.—MATSON.—On the 10th October, 1917, at
?HAUGHTON.—JOHNSTON.—On the 20th October,1917,
HUNT.—O'HERN.—On the 8th September, at St. Patrick's
McADAM.—ROBERTSON.—On the 13th October, at
"Athol," Coburg. Address.—"Sea View," Mono?,
MIDGLEY.—SMITH.—On the 24th October, at
dress.—Oriental Villa, Napier street, Stawell.
NICHOLSON.—GIBLETT.—On the 30th October, 1917,
PARKINSON.—COATES.—On the 20th October, 1917,
PIKE.—FROOMES.—On the 11th October, at the
ROBERTS.—DAVEY.—On the 13th October, 1917,
TREASE.—WILSON.—On the 1st September,
WALLENS.—SCHIER.—On the 8th September, at
WHITTINGTON.—HALDSWORTH.—(Silver Wedding,)
ABLEY.—Killed in action in France on the 15th
ANDERSON.—On the 12th October, 1917, killed in
"He died as he lived.—nobly."
ANDERSON.—Officially reported killed in action
ANDERSON.— Officially reported killed in action
BOOTH.—A tribute of love to the memory of my
BROMFIELD.— Killed in action in France, on
BROWNE.—Officially reported killed in action on
BURTON.—Died of gunshot wounds, 19th October,
CHALMERS.—A tribute in fond remembrance of
CHUCK.— Killed in action, October 12th, 1917,
COLLINS.—In memory of my dear nephew, Lieut.
—(Inserted by his loving aunt and uncle, Mr.
COOPER (Clough).—Killed in action in France,
—(Inserted by his friend, Chas. G. Brown,
CROCKER.—Died of wounds on the 20th October,
CRUSELL.—On the 29th October, 1917, died of
—(Inserted by employees of above firm.)
CURRY.—A tribute to the memory of my dear
CURWEN.—Killed in action in France, October 4,
DAVIE.—Officially reported died of wounds, somewhere
DAVY.—John Kenneth, officially reported died of
—(Inserted by his loving brother Paul.)
EDWARDS.—Killed in action, in France, on October
EDWARDS- POYSER.—Killed in action in France,
—(Inserted by their loving aunts, E. J. Edwards,
EVANS.—A token of love to the memory of my
—(Inserted hy his loving friend, Ada Holmes,
FELL.—Officially reported killed in action, somewhere
FITCH.—A tribute of love to the memory of our
—(Inserted by Will and Rita Grant.)
FOWLER.—A tribute of very sincere respect and
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Veitch, East
GAY.—Officially reported killed in action, 26th October,
GAMBLE.—A tribute of love to the memory of
GIBBS.— Killed in action, October 12, Corporal
GIBBS.—Officially reported killed in action on the
GLASS.—In sad and loving memory of Corporal
—(Inserted by his loving friends,- Annie and
GRADY.—Killed in action on 4th October, 1917,
HARRlS.—Officially reported killed in action in
HARRISON.—Officially reported died of wounds, in
—(Inserted by his loving mother and sister-in
HEATH.—Killed in action, somewhere in France,
HUTCHINSON.—Died of wounds, on 31st October,
JEFFREY.—Killed in action in France, on 30th September,
KELLAS.—Killed in action on the 12th October,
LAKE.—Killed in action on the 1st November,
LYON.—Officially reported killed in action, October 9 1917,
He died as he lived.—one of the best and
—(Inserted by his loving wife, E. Lyon, 47 Page street,
MACDONALD.—Died of wounds at 10th Casualty
MACKIE.—Died of wounds in France, on October 21, 1917,
MAHER.—Killed in action in France, 19th October,1917,
McDONALD.—Died of wounds in Palestine on
McLEAN.—Officially reported killed in action on
He died as he lived.—one of the best and
MEREDITH.—Killed in action in Palestine, on No-
MORROW.—Died of wounds at 17th Casualty Station,
MORTON.—Killed in action, 20th September, 1917,
MURNANE.— Died of wounds on 1st October, W. E.(Ewart),
O'CONNELL.—Officially reported killed in action,
OPPY.—Killed in action in France on October 13,
—(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and
OPPY.—Killed in action in France, on October
—(Inserted by his uncle and aunt and cousin,
ROBINSON.—A tribute of love to the memory of
SCOTT.—Ofllcially reported died of wounds in
—(Inserted by his loving father, mother, and
SHRIVES.—No. 338, Private Edward John Shrives,
Gone is the face we loved so dear,
—(Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
SHRIVES.—A tribute of love to the memory of my
—(Inserted by his loving Girlie, Mary Edwards,
SPENCER.— A tribute of love to the memory of
STILL.—Died of wounds, November 1, after
STEWART.—Killed in action, October 25, Sgt. Jack
STEWART.—Killed in action, October 25, Sgt.
TAYLOR.—Killed in action, in France, October 13,
TAYLOR.—A tribute of love to Sgt. Allen A.,
THOMPSON.—In loving memory of Gunner Her-
—(Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woodruff and
TYREE.—On the 4th October, in France, William,
WATSON.—Killed in action, in France, September
WILLIAMS.—Officially reported died of gunshot
WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of Gunner Henry
1917, of 39 Jervois street, St. Kilda.
—(Inserted by Clive Gower, on active service,
YOUNG.—A tribute of esteem to the memory of
—(Inserted by Mary Sharples, Footscray.)
ANDERSON.—On the 9th November, at the Won-
BACON.—On November 3, at his late residence,
BLACKWELL.—On the 9th November, 1917, John
BODEY.—On the 9th November, at her mother's
COATE.—On the 8th November, at Tillside, 20
COCHRANE.—On the 9th November, at 21 Nor-
DAVIES.—On the 3rd November, at his residence,
JOHNSTON.—On the 2Sth October, at . her
LEARMONTH.—On the 27th October, 1917, at
LOMAS.—On the 30th October, at Kalgoorlie, W.A..
MONAHAN.—On the 20th October, at Brisbane,
MULLER.—On the 20th October, at Oveiisvalc,
POWELL.—On the 9th November, at his residence,
ROBERTS.—On the 8th November, 1017, at Euroa,
STIRLING.—On the Slut October, at "Aberfeldy,"
SUTHERLAND.—A tribute to the memory of our
THELWELL.—On the 8th November, at Melbourne,
TREZISE.—On the Sth November, 1917, at his resi-
WHITE.—On the 8th November, at her residence,
WILLOUGHBY.—On the 9th November, at his resi-
HILL.—In loving memory of our dear ron and
MASTERS.—A loving tribute to the memory of
—(Inserted by his loving friend, M. Simpson.)
PRATT.—Killed in action in France, on 10th
SPENCER.—In affectionate remembrance of our
SPENCER.—In loving memory of our dear friend,
—(Inserted by choir members of St. George's, Royal
STAMP.—ln loving memory of Lance-Corporal
WOODWARD.—A tribute to the memory of the
YOUNG.—A tribute of love, in memory of my
—(Inserted by Annie Banks, Queenscliff.)
BEARD.—In loving memory of our dear Evelyn,
-—(Inserted by her mother, sisters, and brother.)
BILSTON.— In sad but loving memory of our darl-
BOLDEN.— In loving memory of my elear wife and
BROWN.— In loving memory of my mother, Eliza-
Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand,
And the sound of a voice that is still.
—(Inserted by lier son-in-law and ilaughtcr, Cap-
BROWN.—In loiine; memory of our dear grandma.
—(Inserted by her p-randi-tiilil'ren, Andy, Jean,
BROWN.—In loving memory of our mother, who
BROWN.—lu loving memory of Mr«. C. Brown,
who died of 07 Verdon street, Williamstown,
—(Inserted by Violet Bennett)
CARNSEW (nee Briese).—In loving memory of our
—(Inserted by her mother and father, I5 Palmer
CARNSEW.—In loving memory of my dear wife
—(Inserted by her loving; husband, Arthur Carn
DAVIS.—In sad and loving memory of Henry
—(Inserteel by hi» devoted wife, Sarah Davis,
FiNLAY.—In loving remembrance of my dear hus-
FOOTE.—In loving memory of our true anil loving
—(Inserted by her sister Olivo and brothcr-ln
GARRETT.—In fond and loving memory of our be-
GARRETT.—In loving remembrance of our dear
—(Inserted by May and Arthur Barton.)
GILMORE.— In sad and loving remembrance of my
—(Inserted by. her loving husband and son, W. G.
ILOTT.—In loving memory of our dear father,
LEWIS.—In loving memory of William langer,
—(Inserted by his loving wife, Laura; and little
McDONALD.—In sad and loving memory of my
RUDDOCK.—In ever loving memory of our dear
—(Inserted by their loving grand-dnugliters,
SALISBURY.—In sad and loving memory of Wil-
SMITH.—In loving memory of my dear brother
—(Inserted by his brother Ted and sislcr-ln-latv
SUTHERLAND.—In loving memory of A. P. Suther-
—(Inserted by E. Murray Johns, Prance.) ?
TOPPING.—In memory of my dear wife and our
WHITMORE.—In fond remembrance of my dear
—(Inserted by B. C. Whitmore.)
ALEXANDER.— Mr. ARTHUR and Misses FLOR-
for kind expressions of sympathy by tisits, tele-
HOPE.—Mrs. W. L. B. HOPE desires to THANK
LIEBICH.—Mrs. LIEBICH and Family desire to
MELDRUM.—Mrs. MELDRUM, Mrs. BRODIE,
loving wife and mother lu« entered lier eternal
incnt, in the loss of our lieloteel son, Ernest Paul
ttlto theil of wounds at the SIh Stationär} Hospi-
in action October 6, m7 i10 Rathdown street,
cirds and other expression» of sympathy in the
i nd brother Gunner Elm Webb (iitil natter}.
A LI.) who fill in action September 30, 1017
wcll and Auburn police ib-o the emploi eos of
Messrs. irmill and lockson for ti le-granne, letter«
líen bcreat emeut, especially thanking Rev. C M
of her dear husband, especially Mr. and lira Taffs
husband « illness and to Mr. Frilay for the mon
O'HEARE.—The Relatives of the late MARY
BLACKWELL.—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
(her Mr. S Blackwell 64 Tennyson street, St
COATE.—The 1 ni lids of the late Miss MAY
McGUIRE.—The Friends of the late Mr. AN-
inst.) at 1 o clock
POWELL.—The Fricndi of the late Mr. ERNEST
THELWELL.—Fricntla of the lale Mr. JAMES

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