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26 The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday, August 21, 1959 BIRTHS BCTTERWOBTH (m Kirby). August 15, it St. Luke's, to Col and Joy a son (Peter Geoffrey). CLARKE (nee Jones). August 17, at Mattland Hospital, to Glenys and Michael a daughter (Susan Jan). Both wondertul. G ALLAH AT fnM Hoolev). August 19. at Sutherland shire Hospital, to Laurel and Bruce daughter. JOHNSON (nee Thomson). August 20, at Royal Hospital tor Womin, to Roma and Paul twin ooys. LANK (nee McElhone). August 30. at St. Margaret's (private) Hospital, to Patricia and Pat a MB. MAIR. August 17. at Manly Maternity, to Laurie and Bob a daughter (Margot Lesley), . REIDY. August 19, at Sanitarium, Waoropnga, to Marjorle and Herbert a son (Gordon wan cU). j DEATHS HUTCHENS, rreoerick Parts. August 20, 1959, at his daughter's residence. 8 Apsley Street, Pens-hurst, dearly laved father ol Elizabeth and Ethel, aged 63 years. At rest. JOHNSTON, Lillian May. August 20. 1939. dearly loved sister of Alma, Vera, Gladys. Alex and Mervyn. JOHNSTON. Lillian May. Aug ust 20. 1959. at her residence, 54 Culver Street, Kogarah. dearly be- tnvan wit nr I .!, invM momer oi Maureen and Warren and fond mother-in-law oJ vai. agea m years. Por funeral notice see Sat urday's "Herald ENGAGEMENTS . iidctov Ditr.ritB Th Fit St.-is. .nnMinoari nf MartTflrot fjcuicuv to auuuuuft.u Ursula, elder daughter of Mr and MTU V. Lt, O. KOgerB, Ol aa5 xwdc- ville, to Ian, youngest son o! Mr j ii UnrnM Hit rmten AMI, kiiu me -at ncuuiu COX CLIFF. The Engagement li announced of Arllne, only daugh- - . .nrf Ava r-nf? nf Pirnifl Point, to Norman, only son of Mr and MrB uox, oi Auouru. r a.nn tcrsavT U'a.l I Trisa Kn Si gem en t Is announced of Pamela largaretta. elder daughter of Mr and Mrs R. H. S. Wells, of Mos- man, to Lionel rancis, omy ol Mr and Mrs T. P. Harrison, of ormona, victoria. BI8HON FENNELL. The Kn IjagCIUIUl V W iiwwv mary. only daughter of Mr ant, Mrs S. C. Fennell, Verdun Valley, Winton, to John, eldest son ol Dr ana Mrs m. j. Hisnon. RUBY WEDDINGS m.Mlv THIRRINGTON. Aug' list 21, 1919, at St. John's Church At irnffinnri Tamworth. Herbert to Amanda. Present address: 3 Mltale Street, Newport, DEATHS ANDREWS, George Hedger August 17. 1959. at Yowie nay, lota nt iMarnnnna Road. Miranda, relict of the late Delia Terese Andrews, dearly beloved brother of Will Arthur (deceased). Louisa (Mrs Blackwell). Herb. Walter (deceased). Fred, Martha Mr Eherawell), Dorothy (Mrs Grice), dear brother-in-law of Harry. Ethel and Jean. Privately cremated Auaust 17 1959, at Woronora Crematorium, Sydney. ARTIS, Ann. August 19,195 -t nK(w. lot., nf Renawa Street, Mendooran, after long illness widow of Richard and loving mother cd ran) Rita (Mrs C. Simes, Parte-matta), aged 81 years. At rest. da vcd Ari.ltn. Marlon. Au- gust 19. 1959. at her daughter's fesidence. 69 NewStreet. oa gow-nf i,wls street. Bal'gowlaii dearly loved wife of the late William Charles Baiter y invlna- mother of Alble. Em (Mrs B. Graham). Ednaj (Mrs II, TC.i .nrt Bili fond grand- Hnw'Af vai pm. Marilvne and Billy, and great-grandmother of Karen. In God's Care. Privately cremated at Northern Suburbs Crematorium. Thursday. August JO, 1959. niTnr.n rtinrina. August 19 1959, of 89 Stacey Street, Banks-town, beloved husband of Lydla rfaarln InVPfi father Ol Francis! Anne, Betty, Denis, and Joyce, and loved grandfather of .h.l,. nhllrirnn R.P.nillCSCat in PaCC- BINLEY. John Vernon. August 20, 1959. of 60 McMasters Road, Blackwall, formerly of Concord, beloved husband of Doris, loving brother of Jeff and Mary (New Zealand) and Bill. At res., BLACK, Samuel Andrew. August 20 1959. at the Royal North Shore Hospital, of 1 James Street, Chatswood, dearly beloved husband of Hilda, loved father of Noel, Roy, Neville, Joyce, helma. Darren, Sylvia and Eric (deceased), ae-ed 75 years. BYRNE, Edward Ernest. August 20, 1959, at his residence, 29 SiJ ttnrlatone Park. nearly loved husband of the lata! Barbara Byrne and loved father of his family, aged 82 years. Thy will be done. KENNY. Frederick Mleheel.- Aiimist 20 1959. at R.O.H.. Con' Mrri nf Ktnff&ffrnv. late 53rd Bat- t.Uon 1st AXFoved who passed away Auiust 2l 1853i u. . ouw laaea 11 years. INMEMORIAM BLAKE. Memory el our mother. Mary Ann Charlotte. We miss vou mum we always Win. But in our hearts you're with us sun. . Eadlv missed BT Alma. Edna. Ada. Mavis and their families, also Betty and Helen. COLES In cherished memories of my baby son, Stephen itennem. who passed away August 21. 185$. Always lovea. Mntha,. DAWKS. In loving memort of our son, and brother, Oranam Arthur, who passed away August 21, 1953. agea 11 yesrs. Vi itfrn alt anri think of VOU. And the little things you used to say and do, , , Oh tell me why you had to ale, Wlf.hmit m rhtinr to BSV ftOOdOTS, Always remembered by his loving mum. dad. Peter and Cheryl. DAV1ES. In loving memory ol our grandson, Graham Arthur, brother and brother-in-law of Bill and Clara, Eileen (Mrs Mitchell, deceased. Marrickvllle), May and Frank Collins, Mollis ana uavio Rippendale, and dear uncle of their children, aged 70 years. Requlescat In pace. Tastnanlan papers please copy. KOHN. Charlotte Amelia. -Aug ust 7, at Eventide, Rockhampton, late of Mount Morgan, dearly be loved mother ol Mr ana Mrs . j. (fins) Kohn. Rosebery. grand mother of Mr and Mrs J. H. Kohn, of Engadlne. great-grandmother of CHAMBERLAIN, Henry Dawson. r.... on ,qu at ii i residence. n', relict ol the late Mary Chamberlain, elder son of the 1B59 at hJt fejiden'ce, Earlwood', Maro and Brenda. also Merle (Mrs i.milv. rucKenagef. oi am-.-great-grandmother of Gary ana Caroline, aged 91 years. Cremated August 8, laoa. LEAFE, Eileen Marjory (nee Daniels). August 18. 1959. at hospital, of 37 First Avenue, Wil-loughby, late of Paddlngton, beloved wife of Claude Ernest Leafe, loved mother' of Pamela (Mrs Jen-itlns. New Zealand), and dear mother-in-law of Jack, aged 56 years. At rest. IFVEH. A'lce Msry. August 18, 1959 . denly). at her pctmr 36 McMahon Street. YBgoona, halAWMf Wif nf the latC Qforie Harold Lever and loved mcUer of Fred. Freda and Kon, a'- 58 rears. UDDELL, Eunice Vlds. August 90 1959 at her residence. 27 Links Avenue. Concord, dearly beloved wife of the late Thomas Ltddell. loved mother of Ron. Doug, Jean (deceased), Arch, Meg. George. Keith and Bob aged 68 years. ' LOVE, Ernest Charles. August 19 1959. at his home. 17 cooo win Rt.rMt. Narrabflen. beloved hus band of Una snd loved father of Shirley, Ron and Ernie. McMAHON, Leslie Robert-August 20, 1959, late of 712 Darling Street, Rozelle, loving brother of Ada Hancock, Frederick and Alfriri MpMahnn dear uncle of Lilian Orounds. Ida Skinner, Hazel Loader and Constance Latta, aged 60 years. For funeral arrangements see Saturday's "Herald MARRE, . Michael Angelo. August 20, , 1959, at his, residence, 17 Plumer Road, Rose Bay, dearly loved husband of Margaret Adrlenne Marre. loving father of John Michael. Rex Joseph (deceased), fond father-in-law of Marjorie Angela,- snd dear grandfather of Angela, Rex and John. Requlescat In pace MAUNDER, John William. August 20. suddenly, at Ulladulla, dearly loved husband of Alleen and tatner oi. uiane ana may uonn Funeral from Coles' Parlours. Wol. longong, 2 p.m.. This Day, for Wollongong Crematorium. MOXHAM, Frederick Edward August 20, 1959, at hospital, of flat 1, 11a Dutruo Street, Rand-wlck, beloved husband of Angela Elisabeth (Peggy) Moxham, dearly loved father of Eric, and loved brotner of cnartes ana ueroeri, Requlescat In pace. MURRAY, Catherine. August 19. 1959, of Sesforth, beloved wife of the late John Murray, loved mother ot ueryi, aear motner-in-law of Percival and fond grand mother of Pamela, Ian and Eliza beth, rrivateiy cremateo auui Instant. MUSSETT, Ernest John. August 61 Stoney Creek Road, Bexley, late R.N. and R.A.N., dearly loved hus-hand of Ida. lovlna brother and orotner-in-iaw oi unarieton ana Hettle. dear uncle of their children also dear uncle of May and Otto Kapp and their, family. Privately cremated woronora, 2Uth instant, MUKTON. Matilda August 19 1959, late of Blacktown, relict of Thomas Muston, loved mother ol Gladys (Mrs Ballard, of Brisbane). end Bid, agea 79 years. At rest NEWTON, Isabella. August 14 Memories lust as desr today. An t.ha hmir vou oasaed away. Always remembered by bis loving grandparents. IMVIE8. Graham Arthur, who passed away August 21, 1953, aged 1 1 vfiara. Lnvina memories fond and true, from one who thought the world of you. Rememberea oy hilt Invlna irodniother Flo. DOWME. Treasured memories of our dear dauihter and sister, Lola (nee Doherty), passed away AimiKt ai. i57. Always remem' bered. Mum, dad, Hugh. Olive, fl.:',r .n m.; r.ecella Cham Terlam loved brother ol Ellen (Mrs E. Fahey). Margaret (Mrs W. Brian. Jeannette. Louise. Carolina and Virginia. Requlescat In pace. ii DVD limi AUgUSt 19, Susband of Edna" Clarke, lovl of Doreen, Muriel, Joan, jamee and Gordon, aged 81 years CONLON, Peter Patrick. August 19,1959,01 82 Spring Street, Arfiollffe, late ot Darlington, loved father of Peter and Thomas, aged 70 years. Requlescat In pace. CURTIS, Peter Harold. August 19. 1950 suddenly), ipveo uu-i.'-j ,k. iot r.uian. dear father of William, Mary (deceased). Mar- garet. rnunp a" DALEY, Michael John. August m mta at nf Narraweena. be loved son of the late Mr and Mr; Tix na. ev. ana luvcy John, Ann (deceased). Molly (at-oessed), Alice. Jim (deceasea), Kathleen and Nell. tnk,ienu n,rir AllSllst 20. 1959, at hospital, oeloved husband of the late Maud Davison, loved father of Lionel, Jack. Freda. ZUla .h jovce. aaed 79 years At mL nnllRRF.I.. Harold Henry August 19, 1959, at Lady Gowne Home. Gordon, 'loved isther of, Yolando, fond brother of Eustace and Constance, rtequiesoav m in private interment. . irtrAHB Kntllv. AUBUSt 20, 1959 (suddenly) at Forbes, widow of tne law iumi uucj. n, !..- mntw nf Frank (Cessnock), Allan (Nambucca Heads), Jean . i ui Rrown of Morula). Hilton U-ane Cove), Gordon (Bur- woodl. maine imrs j. niw". w Forbes). wairnvlfR. Robert Forbea, Aiuriitt. 20. 1959 (suddenly), at his residence. "Alloa,'1 52 Station Buteet, Katoomba, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Falconer and dear iatner oi jcusuoeui uwis. wnann MaMlhrnnk).- Peg (Mrs J McCormack, Manly), and Bert, aged 10 years. For funeral announcement see Saturday's ARQUHAltSON, David Nleol. Auptst 20. 1959, at hospital of a Sods slreet, Enfield, relict of Kate Farquharson, loved father of Angus, Aflsa (Mrs Calloott), Mary (Mrs Anoersonj, d aid, aged 72 years. At rest. J HTZS1MON8,. Andrew. August 19, 1959, at hospital, late ot Fullers Road. Chatswood dearly beloved husband ol Rose Fltislmons and fond father of Nora. Jean, Nancy, Mollle. Andrew. Colin, John, Peter and Robert, aged 80 nvwM EliHhath Jane. AUgUSt, ?' 20, 1959." of 75 Houston Road, Klnjsford, beloved Arthur (deceased). Nellie (Mrs fishon), Sid. Eileen (Mrs Batten) and Frank, aged 92 years. Re- Jn '"' ...'.... 20. DALEY. The Funeral of the lata MICHAEL JOHN tuui. oi narraweena. will leave the Chapels of Gregory and Carr. corner Pine Avnn and Pittwater Road Brookvale. This Day. Friday, after service commencing at 2.30 p.m. for the Church, of England Ceme tery. French s Forest, , GREGORY A CARR (Brookvale) Pty. Ltd., ..V... BROOKVALE. XF3424. XP2433. DUNCAN. Cherished and laying memories of our dear inena, am. A. L. and W. D. Nlcholls.' EDWAKDS. in loving memory ot our dear father, William, who passed away August 21, 1947. lime Does on. Tears ao dj. But loving memories never die. Aiwavs rememnereo oy nis wa ll. EGAN in remembrance of my near nusoana. uonei. iatner men. ard. Christine. Stella. EGAN. Thinking today oi my dear Lionel Memories everlasting. Mother. . j EVES. In loving memory oi my dear wife and our loving mother, Maude, who passed away AUgUSt 21, 19S3. Mum was a inena to everyone-, And to her own proved true. No better mother ever lived, Her equals are but few. . Along the path she trod, - I blessed the years ve had with her, , And leave the rest to God. ' Always remembered by her hus band, Will, and family. , EVES. In lovlna memory- of our dear mother and grandmother, Maud, who passed away August 21, 1955. Time is ouletlv nassine. memories are everlasting. Inserted oy loving son, suck, June, Monica. FALLICK. In lovine memory of my dear wife and our mother, auiei ;iara, oiea August zi, ia. A happy life we once enjoyed, How sweet the memories still; Your death has left a loneliness This world can never fill. was blessed, we know, though, the years seem few. To have a wife and mother so uvu. bJliU nuu luriua juu. Never to be forgotten and always in our tnougnta. Husoana. Lea, daughters. Iris, Melva. Merle, Mavis, son, Leslie. rALLICK. Ethel. Always re membered by her sister, Florence. FOGARTY. In loving memory oi my aarnng aao ana our pop. Henry, who fell asleep August 21, 1951. What nanny uavs we once enjoyeo wnen we were an togeiner; now sad ana strange it seems today now you nave gone lor ever. Longed tor always by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Lily ana George, and grandchildren, Bever- D.rni.nri Tjwraln. Oknnnria. George,. Frank. Christine, and1 Jenller. fogarty. in loving memory of dear pop, who died August 21, Always rememoerso oy na 1959. at his residence. 75 Meredith Li,Z. Bankstown. dearly loved husband of Lucy and dear ather of Barry, father-in-law ot Vai. and Mandfather of Mark, aged 58 years. "GRAHAM, Frederick Jsmee.-August 19. 1969. at a private hospital Mosman. of 208 Falcon Street. North Sydney, aged M years Private cremation Northern Suburbs Crematorium GRANT, French. August ,20, IMS i at tewlsham Hospital, ot 7j JSliwV p.rui. The Entrance, drarly loved husband of Catherine Mary orant, a " Florence (decessed), Franc s, Cattferlne (Mrs G. Dalkeith), Ul-Sn (Mrs L. Condon). Violet (Mrs R, Curtis) John and Clement (deceased) aged 64 years. Requlescat to r". T tow "?, menu see Saturday's "Herald." GRANT. . Francis. August 20, 1669 of 75 Lakeside Parade, The Entrance, dear Mother of Alice Moore and Lena Slattwy, of 18 Tavistock Road, Homebuah West. AUgUSt lb. 1W IIIW n,u D,l lit ' A.I F. at his resWence "Alslewood." Merrlwa. aged 89 years, dearly beloved husband of Myrl! and loving brother of Min (Brs jTR. Telter). Merrlwa. Sydney (Newcastle) and, deceased brothers. William Walter, Fran-cli. Herbert and Roy. HALL, Amy Louisa. August 20 1959J at Wellington, N.8.W.. ot 37 paclrio Parade. Deewhy. ..wife of Thomas, loved mother pi Vera, Harry Norman. Stanley (deceased), Tom, Winifred and Rslph, dear mother-in-law ot Stan -Muriel Alloe, Malsle and. Charles, and fond grandmother of their ohlldren. HARRISON. Violet May. August 80, 1959, at her residence, 2 Hill-crest Avenue. Oreenacre. beloved wife of Albert Edward Harrison and loved mother of Doreen (Mrs J. Braiding) snd Beryl (Mrs P. Hogsn), aged 60 years. At rest. Bowen and Townsvllle (Queensland papera please copy. ' For funeral notice see Saturday's "Herald uit i Waitsr. August 20. 1959. at hospital, late of 20 , Anderson Road, Concord, dearly beloved bus-hand of Florence and loved father of Reginald. Dorothy. Walter and cnaries, agea . HOOFIVR, Sidney . Benjamin. August 20. 1959, in hosoltaL late of 32 Brentwood Avenue. Turra-mmw and Palm Beaeh. . HOVBN, Mary Ellen. August 20, 1959, at Balmaln Hospital, dearly beloved wife -of the late . Norman Travla Hourn and loved mother ot Thomas. ' Normsy. JRei, Maggie (Mrs Da vies)., Una (New vmrA m.nA Harrv aaed 74 years. Requlescat in pace. For funeral arrangements see Saturday's "IfuBBABD. .BtoMhe Balllle.-August 20, 1959, st hospital, late t 197 Ramsgste Road, Ramsgate. Widow of the late Alexander Oeorge Hubbard, loved mother ot - Grace end fond mothtr-ln-lew of Alan. ied 89 rears. loving wife ot the late Thomas Marshall Newton, beloved mother of Cassandra (Mrs Furey) and Flora Frances, privately interred waver-ley Cemetery. NEWTON. Isabella. August 14 1959, of Earlwood. fond aunt ot the Nellson family (NS W. and Vic), the Dingwall family (Vic.) and the Fox family, Margaret (Mrs Nasni. iris ana Ktsie (Mrs sawyer). . NINNESS. Elisabeth August 20, 1959, of 443 Anzac Parade Kingsford, relict of the late John D. Nlnness snd dearly loved moth'i of Elsie (Mrs Waddell). aiadv (Mrs Lee. aeceasem ueoree ine ceased), Edith (Mrs Shlpp) Ethel (Mrs Francis), Margaret (Mi1 Mallett). John. Grace (Mrs O'Deil) Nell (Mrs Mitchell) and Ina (Mff Tllse), agea 84 years. At rest PRITCHARD, George Henry.- August 20, 1959, st his residence. 28 Garfield Street, Kog arah, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Pritchard. loved father of Mabel (Mrs Hart), Alice (Mrs McCready), Gladys (Mrs Lutton), Frank, George snd Charles, and dear grandfather of their children, aged 82 years At rest. For funeral notice see Saturday s -'Herald SHEPHERD. Ellen. August 20. 1959. at her residence. 6 Francis Street, Corrlmal wife ol the late Edward Shepherd, dear mother of Arthur (deceased). May. Grsce (deceased). John (deceased). David, Agnes (Mrs Tlnnock, deceased). Nell (Mrs L; J Bennett) Jean (Mrs E. Hobbs). Edward (America), and Frank, and mother-in-law of Rita, Leo, Audrey, and Eric. 8 LADE, Edith. August 20, 1956. of 3 Happ Street, Auburn, dearly loved wife ot Leslie Harold Slade. loved mother of Hilda (Mrs jorean, oi . migianai, lona bisot-ln-law of Henry, Hilda. Rose, Maud. ' Bill and Eileen, aged 63 years. At rest, "w ivneral arrange-r.i'Tti see Saturday's "Herald.' 8MAIL, Norman James. August 19, 1959 (suddenly), late of 3 Moore Street. Sutherland, dearly loved husband of Joan, aged 38 years. For funeral notice see Sat-! urday's "Herald. ' SMAIL. Ruby Margaret. August 20. 1959. eldest dauihter of the late . John More and Margaret Jane Small, loved lister ol Olive. SMITH, Andrew Brown. August 16. 1959. at his residence. 32 Permanent Avenue. Earlwood. dear ly beloved husband of Dorothy, and loving father of Malsle (Mrs F. Farley), and fond stepfather of Dorothy (Mrs D. Southwell) and William, aged 79 rears. Privately cremateo. , 8NAPE, Jey Ethel Mary. August 20, 1959, ot 108 Alice Street, Newtown, dearly loved wife ot Darrell 8naoe. loved mother of Darrel, and Dawn, fond daughter oi uaran tsaoier, aear sister oi Iris. Grace. Glory. Fay. Blva. and Shirley, wauy, Nell ana mwyn, aged 38 years. Requlescat in pace, STIBBABD. Frances Alberta. August 20. 1959. at Manly Hoi' oltal. formerly of Cowra. beloved wife of the late Charles Henry Stlbbard and loved mother or Ml a s. Nellie (Mra - Po ansnd). Harold snd Lindsay, sged 88 years. STOREY. Frederick Scott. August 20. 1959 ( ate 20th Bn. A.I.F.). at his residence, 7 Alice Avenue, nvedock, dearly beloved nusoana oi. Alice. At rest. STOREY.. Frederick Scott August .20,. 1959, dearly beloved iatner ol Dorothea (deceased), Phyllis, William and grandfather oi peter, Dorothea, Malcolm, warren and Aralen. THORNTON, Thomas 1951 son. John, daughter-in-law. Bar. bara, ana granaennaren. Irene, Phllltn and Denla GALLI. In memory of our dear father, James, died August 21, 1958. also our dear mother, died May 31, 1957. God baa them In His care, we have them always in our hearts. M aisle. Lai and crand- cniioren. ualli James, passed away AUgUSt Zl. 1U3H. ' Sweet memories of father so deer, Deeply treasured each passing year, Inserted by loving daughters nana, Maine ana josie, also sons-in-law. GAMBLE In fond memory of my dear wife, Emms Gamble, and loving mother of Ritchie, and Dorothy (Mrs Dominey), passed away August 21. 1957. Always In our tnougnts. GRAY. Loving memories ot my dearly beloved husband, father and grandad. James (Jimmy), whom God called home. August 21. 1958 In God's beautiful garden you are sleeping, sheltered from all sorrow ana pain: tears oi love win never wake you, God keep you In His love tin we meet again. Inserted by his loving wife snd family. GRIFFITHS. In loving memory of bur dear mother. Eliza, nested away August 21, 1945, Never tor- gotten oy Eoaie, Winnie. HAIGH. Treasured memories of a true pal, Ida, Always a willing hand. How could I foreet. Elsie. HAI.LETT. m loving memory of my dear wife. Ruby, our mother ana granamotner Thoughts go back to bygone days, Life moves on. but memory stays Always remembered by her husband, Howard, and family, Jeanne, Racma, Howard, Denlece, Margaret, viiiiotiuv, uv.ij, hiuiui. HEDGE. Fond thoughts ol our son, Colin Roderick, passed awsy laoo. Kememoereo ai and dad H1NDMARSH. In loving memory oi my near iatner, cnanea Ron- son, wno left us August 21, 1997. rwo years ago my iatner. Since you went away, ' But the longing and the loneliness IN MEMORIAM RrOTT JsunM denarted Auf- t1B 11 1flia lr nv nnf nSr fllltt 7 1946. sadly missed. Bella and lamlly. SCOTT. James, died August 21, 1949. You are always In our thoughts. Dad. Mary. Liz. lamily. sueldon. m memory of tne late Eva Sheldon. Always remembered by her husband. John, and sons. Keg, Home, staff, oougias, and Arthur. 8ELVA. In lovlnr memory of my desr husband and our father, James Edward, who passed away August 21. 1958. Inserted by bis loving wue, uuan, sons, eric, Norman and Max. and dauehtar-in- law. Dorothy. TBJtEAOINGHAM. Treasured memories of my beloved husband and pal, Ted. who passed away Ai,.t ql man u I not tne tsars that are snea st the time- That tell ol the heart that Is torn But the loneliness a the years go oy. And the sorrow, silently borne. Kememeered always oy nis loving TRAVIS. Cherished memories ot our dear mother, nan, and mother- in-law, Fanny, who was caiiea Home August 21, 1938. . Sadly missed by Betty, Joyce, Hope, Herbert. Jan. Bill. Geoff. Sandra, Ern, George, Alwln. Remembered not only today but always. TK1TTIM". in loving memory w my dear wife and our beloved mother. Florence Rose, who passed Mil A'usruat 21 1957 In God's care. Inserted by loving husband, Aub, Edna, oon. ana ismiiy. WEBSTER. In loving memory of mf darlina mother. Anne, oassed away August 21. 1956. Always remembered by daughter ana son-in-law. Ral and Alt Forgle. WEBSTER In loving memory of our darlina nana. Anne, passed away three years today. Always loved by Owen, Jeft, Brian, Gaye, and Robert Franks. WEDLOCK. Treasured memories of our dear mother, mother-in-law, grandma. Minnie Francis, passed away August 21, 1937. Called nome to rest, insertea oy jean, Ail, Em, Billy, and grandchildren. WEEKS. in loving memory of our dear brother, Thorn, always remembered by bis loving sisters, Ivy, Jean. WILLIAMS. Loving memories of my dear husband and father, Harry, passed away August 21, 1956. Loving wife and family always. WILLIAMS. In loving memory of my dear sister, Jeanne, died August 21, 1958. Inserted by Clare i;oonan. WILLIAMS, In loving memory of dad. John, passed away August 21, 1958. Sadly missed by Hazel. Jim. Mona and Jim ana families. WILLOUGHBY. In loving memory of my dear nusoana, iatner, rauier-in-iaw, ana grana-father, Thomas Alfred, who passed away August 21, 1957. My dear, as we watched you go, You were In pain, you told -us so, There wss nothing ws could do, To help esse the pain for you. ueyona tne sunset ne awaits us. an. Inserted bv his lovlna wife. Em. one, Jim and Allan, and families. WILLOUGHBY. Loving - mem ories ot our dear friend, Tom, who gassta sway August iii, tuoi. lleen and Frank. ' vnlHwfl -j- . A. Cherished memories of a beloved mother and grandmother, - Ollle, who left ue one year today. Your presence we miss, Your memory we treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you never. Inserted bv lovine daughter-in- law, Olady, and granddaughters, Norma and Jovce. xounu. in loving memory oi my dear sitter, Ollle. who passed o A,,a,f OO lnQ U7tfV for- well left unspoken but we have God's greatest token, remembrance. Sadly missed by her lovlr sister, Helena, Mrs Mariner ana family. FUNERALS Bt'TPRFNH Tha Officers and Members or our L o t, , you ana R.B.P. 856 ere requested to attend the Funeral ot their late esteemed worshipful Brother, FREDERICK PARIS HDTCHENS. For Funeral particulars see family notice. iiy noce, COLLINS, W.M. J. CRABTREE, SEC. DALEY. The Directors ot the Newtown Masonic uau uo. tjimi- ted are Invited to attend the PimM-ai nf their lata esteemed Co- Director and Friend, MICHAEL JOHN DALEY.- For further par ticulars see family notice. Rs 0. PAWLEY, Chairman. - R. S. BROOME, Seo. DALEY Lodge Progrea' number inn. u.a.i,. or h.b.w. ine wui- cers and Brethren of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother, MICHAEL JOHN DALEY, For further particulars see Family Notice, ... , . - R. EfjrEvens (W.M.),! : H. W. Edwards (Seo.). FUNERALS THOMPSON. The Relatives and AUGUST (Bill) THOMPSONroflJ?T..A TV. .only 10 w week March Street. Richmond, are In- JACOBS. Requiem Mass for the repose or tne soul ot tne iste ALBERT JACOBS will be celebrated at Mt. 81. Joseph's Chapel. Market Street. Randwick Tomorrow (Saturday) Morning, at 6.30 o'olock. The PuneraJ will leave To morrow fgaturrisv) Momtng. at 9.30 o'clock, for Catholic Ceme tery. Botany. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. BA4611 (6 lines). vlted to attend his Funeral; to leave St, Matthew's Church of England. Windsor. This Day, after arrvtra nAmmenQlna- at 1 P.m., for Crematorium . Rookwood. arriv ing at 8.30 p.m. ; J. W. CHANDLER. Phone, Windsor 18. TSfOMPfinN. Ladra Duke ot Con- naught 150, u.u.i. oi n.o.w. i The Brethren are requested to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Worshipful Brother, c. a THVMPfiON (RUIV on Friday, August 21. 1959. Regalia. For further particulars see Family Notice. . J. r. McOFB, W.M. T. C MORRIS, P.M., Sec JONES. The Relatives snd mends ol tne iste wrn JONES, of Yagoona, are advised that his Funeral will leave our Funeral Home. South Terrace. Bankstown, This Morning, at 9.30 o'clock, for the CathoUo Ceme tery, KOOkWOOO. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, South Terrace, Bankstown. Phone LA2777- (4 lines). THOMPSON. The Relatives and Friends of the late Mr Burnt i THOMPSON, of 38 Mllson Road. Premnrne ara invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Scots Kirk. Belmont Road. Mosman, This fVririav Mnrntnff. after aer- vice commencing at 10.30 o'clockJivi ior naruiera ououtu ww- tortum WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. ZBU09, XB4287. JONES. T.P.I. Association Mem- Mrs are invitea to atteno ins Funeral of JOSEPH JONES. See Family notice. F. stivers. FJ1732, TA8149, DAVISON. The Relatives and Friends of the late GEORGE navifiON. of 2 Knox Street, Clovelly. are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, 433-5 New Canterbury Road Dulwlcb Hill, after service commencing at 9 . o'clock. This (Friday) Morning lor the Rookwood Crematorium, WALTERS SON, : Dulwlch Hill Terminus. ' LM1676. LM1458-9. DZENIS. The Relatives and Friends of the late ANDRXJS DZENIS, of Auburn, are advised that his -Funeral will leave our Funeral ' Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn, This Afternoon, after service 'commencing at 1 o'clock, for the Latvian Cemetery, Rookwood. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn. Phone LAZ7(f noes; KENNY. The Relatives and Friends of the late rKiUJEKiLK. MICHAEL KENNY, of Kingsgrove, are Invited to attend nis runerai to leave our Cfcaoel. 418 King Street. Newtown. This Day (Frl day), at 2.30 p.m.. for the Catho lic Cemetery, Woronora.. FUNERAL SERVICE. JOHN KS2LER. LA7286. LA 5584, ED WARDS. The Relatives and Friends of the Iste WILLIAM henry EDWARDS, of 147 Glou cester Street. Sydney, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave the Klnseia cnaoeis .layior Square. Darllnghurst. This Day (Friday) alter a service commencing at 9 a.m. for the Church- ot England Cemetery, at Rookwood. CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A. Est. 1830. . FA4136. FARQUHARSON. The Relatives ana rnenas oi tne late uaviu NICOL FARQUHARSON are kindly Invited to attend his Fune ral: to leave our rnvaie unapei, ARB Pacific Highway. Crow's Nest This Morning at 9.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Northern Sub urbs. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest, Phone LA2777 (4 lines) . RETURN THANKS Mrs LILY DAVIDSON wishes to express her thanks to relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expression of sympathy in her recent loss of her dear mother, Mrs C. I. Cash. Please accept this as ner personal tnanxs. Mr .TICK fTAIR.NK Ann FAMILY ol Angel Street, Corrlmal, wish to express their sincere THANKs to doctors sisters and ataff of Bulll Hospital, relatives and friends, for tneir kino expressions oi sympathy, also for floral tributes, cards and telegrams received In their recent sad bereavement Please accept this as our personal thanks as many addresses are un- FITZS1MONS. The Relatives and Friends of the late andkbw FITZSIMONS are Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Chapel, corner Orchard Road and Brown Street, Chatswood, This Friday, after service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for Presbyterian Cemetery, Northern suburbs. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. JA1065 , . BA4611. FUNERALS ANDREWS. The Relatives end Friends or Mr and Mrs J. n Andrews, Mrs M. Andrews, Mrs E. Andrews. Mr and Mra A. H Andrews and Families are Invited to attend the Funeral ot their dearly loved Mother. Mother-In- aw, ana oranamotner. annus: to leave at. Alban s enures, canter, bury Road Belmore. Thla Friday aiier service commencing at p.m., , ior cnurcn oi sngiano uemetery. woronora. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. UW3173. BA4611. ARTIR Tha FtlnJM-cl nf th lata Mrs ANN ARTIS will leave Men- rnrg iJ,. n.n1r f .i dnnran Prenhvtitrla Pti,irh Tl,l GRACEj Lodge Banks LIWU, Are In my heart to stay. never torgotten Dy nis aaugnroi and son-in-law, Nell and Les Mc (Jack). August IS. 1939. result of accident, of 21 Maloney Street, Mascot, loving son ol the late Ed-mond snd Julia Thornton, loved brother of Michael, Molly. Kitty. Eddie and Nellie (deceased), dear nephew ol Patrick and Johanna cieary. Mrs Agnes Jensen, Mr John Wann (Appln) and Mrs Mary Thornton, aged 38 years. Requlescat In pace. TBAINOR. Man Josephine. August 20, J959. at her residence 4 Grosvenor 6treet, Croydon, dear daughter of the late Owen aodi Mary Tralnor and loving sister of jonn (oeceaseo), aomunn, tugene. Eileen, - Wilfred . (deceased) an 3 nartriirfe 4ffenaMfMil ' Rntl1Mat in pace. For Funeral arrangement tee eaiuroay i -neraio. ANDEBTAK, Anqiew August 14. 1959. at hospl.,1, aged IV years. Frlvatsly cremated on I7'h insihnt. WINKLE. ' Mary Matilda. Aueust 19. 1959, at her residence. 19 Young Street, Annandale, relict of Matthew Winkle, dearly loved mother of Eileen (Mrs M. Burschi. Kathleen (deceased), Margaret (Mrs O. Vincent), ana Agnes (Mrs W. Lawl. dear mother-in-law of Myer, Mae and William, and loved aranomotner oi tneir cniioren Reaulexcat In oace. Privately tn terred on 20th Instant, at Catho lic cemetery, Kookwooq, Crea HONG. In loving memory ot my dear mother, Ivy Leah Hong, nassed awav Aueust 21. 1957. Al ways remembered by your loving son, iteun, oaugnter-in-iaw uawn grandchildren. Lindsay and Kim., JEFFREE. Treasured memories of mv dear husband. Albert Am brose, our father, father-in-law and. poppie, wno .passed away August 4lL IVOi. Not only today, but every day. In silence, We will remember. Sadlv missed bv . lovlntt wife. children and grandchildren. J efson. in loving memory or our dear parents, Elsie Catherine ana cnaries jepson,. psssea away August 17 and 19, 1937. Sadly missea. Mervyn, Alma, singsiey, CynthiB.. Dawn and Josie Jan. - JORGENSEN. In Invlna merbarv of my dear mother, 0(ga, who passed away August 21. I9S8 Sadly missed. Inserted by her daughter, Olga. - JUNK. In lovlns memory ' of our dear father. Oerhardt, passed away August zi isu uiona ana Frieda JUNK. Fond memories nf Oer hardt. who passed awav August 21. 1943. Sadly missed by his brother and sisters. KELLY. In loving memory of my aear nusoana. jonn wausce, passed away August 21. 1957, In the silence of my lonely room. wnen i am an aione, There always comes that longing If ontv vou could coma heme. God gave me strength to bear it, courage to meet tne mow: But what It cost to lose you Nn nna will ever , know. . . Thank Ood for the (attb that teachea When troubles and trials are o'er. What a beautiful, g ad reunion When we meet on that beautiful shore. Sadlv missed by voir loving wife, Jennie and daughters. May and Lorna. . ' ' KING. In memory of my dear husband. Eric Charles. ' Always remembered. Mollle. kino. in loving memory ef our dear son, Eric, who, passed away August zi ixou. Your presenoe we mtsr. . Your memory we treasure Loving you always, Forgettlr you never. ' Inserted by his loving mug), rf-jl -1., O-l- MARTIN. In loving memory ot my dear brother, Charles, who nttsfturi ami Ailtniat 2l' lflnR. In. Johniserted by his sister, Nellie ant doorsn Presbyterla Church This (Friday) Afternoon, after a service at 3 o'clock for the Men dooran Cemetery. li. J. SHAKESPEARE ana SONS, ; . Funeral Directors. ' Phone Dubbo 2567. BABTOLO The . Relatives end Srlends of the late CHARLES C. ARTOLO are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St. Brendan's Church, Northern Avenue, Bankstown, This Afternoon, after prayers commencing at 2.45. o'olock. for the Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood. Reoulem Mass will be celebrated This Morning at 7 o'clock. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, South Terrace, Bankstown, Phone LA2777 (4 lines). IN MEMORIAM AITKEN. In loving memory of mum, - passed away August 21, 1958. " Always remembered by her daughter, Lola, son-in-law, Jack, grandchildren, Jack, Joe. -June, vai, Don, and great-granoson, jeq i BAKnr. In loving memory of my dear husband, Stephen (Paddy) wno departed inn me august ai, 11M(. family. MILNE. Herbert St. Vincent, Dassed away August 21. 1953. Thomrhta return of days e-one neat. sadly missed oy nis mower ana nana MIL80M. in loving memory oi my dear mother, Jullaette. called away August 21, 1954, Her memory Is always dear. Inserted by her lovlna son. will, and family.. MORRIS. In loving memory of our oariing ooy, nniy. saeiy miseca by mum. dad. Jean,. Barbara and Steve. .i .. MORRIS. Treasured memories always of our darling Billy, whom uoe cauea nome august xi. mos Auntie Doll, uncie Harry.- - MORRIS Billy. Deep In out hearts a memory Is keDt. orandsoa. NORMAN. Treasured memories ol our belovea sister-in-law, Ruby May, wno oepanea this me August 21, 1955; also our dear brother - Oeorge, who departed this life September 16. 1954.: Always remembered by their sister end hrnfhdr-in-lav - - PARKER. Loving memories 'of our desr father and grandfather wno pesseo away August n. ive. aaaiy miaseo oy oaugnieu, .eeoa, nose, tea, ssuriei. ana sons, tucn- ard and Alf . , v PEARSON. In loving memory of our aarung son ana our protner, John Arthur. Inserted bv his lov ing mother, father. Norman, Arthur ; PEAB80N Jack, passed away August 21. 1953. Gone but Beyer ImmIIm 13-, I Mr. A D , ' ' FEAKHON JSCS. lnalv remembered. Joan, PEBBY. In loving memory, ell our dear brother end uncle. Baden, who passed away August 21. 1938 .Always rememoerea. uiona, jooiia. niixsell and Alan. PHELPS. In loving memory af Norma, our dear sister and sister- In-law, who passed away August Alwati lov- ma, Ken,' Alan. I)e;'rUrin heart, be will always . J- . 8?dnlf,.m,,,M-- ' RUSSELL. In loving mentor ot Ids May,-our aear whs, moiner, nrandmother. and great (raneS mother, who departed thla life August 21, 1954, Not forgotten. Inserted by her loving husband and lamlly. , 8AND1LANDS. Treasured memories ot dear Artie, whom Ood remain Till Ood In His time, unites us ageln. -- Inserted by. Ml loving wife. May. BI88ETT, In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Ken, who departed August 21. 1938. A lovely neture. always content, Loved by all wherever he went. Sadly missed by dad. Doug, .and Bob RIS8ETT Kenny, oassed sway August 21 1938 Dearly loved by Aunty eutn, lias. called home August II. 1995. The memories of Mt loving wan Will linger with us always. Always remembered by hlf lewlM mum us sisser, ieu, KENNY. T.P.I. Association. Mem cera are Invited to attend the Funeral ef FREDERICK KENNY See family notice. F. RIVERS. W.II732 PAR14B KENNY. 53rd Battalion A.I.F. Association, rresioenc ana Members are Invited to attend the Funeral ot their late Esteemed Member, Frederick Michael Kenny. For Funeral details see family notice.- E. BOCKMAN Sec. LEAFE. The Relatives and Friends or the lata Mra ElliEUN MARJORY LEAFE are advised that her Funeral win leave our Private Chanel. 389 Pacinc Hign- wav. Crow's Nest This Morning, after service commencing at 11 o'clock lor the crematorium, Northern Suburbs. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest pnone laxtii i lines;. LEVER. The Relatives and Friends of the late aliusi maki LEVER, ot Yagoona. are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Metronnlltan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood. This Day, after service commencing at 9.15 a.m.. for Rookwood Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY. Railway Pde, Burwood. UJ2178-9. FUNERALS RADIO, TV AND ACCESSORIES LEGAL NOTICES la tha Snaeasae Court of New South Wales, Probate Jurladlctlea If vou are considering buying, tills will help you with your decision. Do not let deposits worry you. We accept trade-ins. Our terms easiest in Sydney. We are TV SPECIALISTS. The most modern Showroom In Sydney. KENSINGTON TV, FF2921. All you have to do Is ring FF4951 and a TV will be delivered to your home. KENSINGTON TV. 219a Anzac Pde. Kensington. FF2921, FF4951 7 DAYS A WEEK. 84-HOUR SERVICE. BAD 10 BARGAINS. RADIO. 1 Week Home Trial. MANTBL8 from 410. 3. 4-speed Grams, from lSMi. PORTABLES. 2-way. from 6'j. TRANSISTORS from 1610. f LLIOTTS BARGAIN CENTHE. 238-240 Elizabeth St, near Rlwy. TV TONIGHT ON 4 YEARS IrrlEJS Or INTKKxis 1 r liwiivio. Unopened cartons. JOHN BULL, .1 P ITVn20. DY7105. RADIO SETS. Final Clearance of Stock. 2'a, 4, 3 tovk and CIV, At OOLF HOUSE. V ell makes best deals. K'erove Home Abps. LY5149: a h. LY9579 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS THORNTON Requiem Mass for tne renoae at tne aoui oi ine mi THOMAS JOHN (JACK) THORNTON, of 21 Maloney Street, Mascot, will be celebrated at the Church of St. Therese, Sutherland Street, Mascot, This Friday at 6.45 a.m. 1 Relatives and Friends are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Church after prayers at 9.30 a.m. for Botany Cemetery. , , THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD., Funeral and Embalming Service, Est. 1838. FA4102-3. REMOVAL SALE, - PIANOS and PLAYER8. PRICES RIGHT. EASY TERMS, Only 4 per cent interest. WHY PAY MORE We are moving to larger premises and MUST clear our siocics. ex-nert advice and assistance avail able to help clients make suitable choice. NEW MODERN PIANOS in light or modern colours to suit Fur nishings also available. C. H. McFARLAND PTY. LTD., 271 Marrickvllle Rd, Marrickvllle. TILBURY. The Relatives and Friends of tne late Mrs BuetAnnA JANE TILBURY. of Rose Bay, are advised that her Funeral will leave St. Cuthbert's Church. Naremburn. This Morning, after service commencing at 9.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest, Phone LA2777 (4 lines). SITUATIONS VACANT Pf.AV'R. PIANOS. Four only Player Pianos Player action out of order. Piano action good condition. 2 EACH. Also range of other pianos and Players suitable of ail purposes. INGLIS ELECTRIX PTY. LTD., 233-3 Johnston St, Annandale. MW4861, MW5067. MW2878 TROJAN0V1CH. The Funeral of the late IRENE TROJANQVICH nf 29 men fit.reet. Mtlson'a Point will leave Holv Trinity Church, Bourke Street. Surry Hills This Day, Friday, after service commencing at 2 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs Cemetery. . , WHELAN and GLACKEN, A.F.D.A.. 263 Miller Street. North Sydney. XB1510. PIANO, German, small, beautiful cond. and tone Highly polished Walnut. 55. UY36H1. LIDDELL. The Relatives and Friends of tne late auwiiia viu LIDDELL, of Concord are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home. Railway Parade. Burwood. This Day. after service commencing at 1.15 p.m. for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY, Railway Pde. Burwood, UJ2178-9. FITZSIMMON8. The Relatives and Friends of tne late wiwi-LIUS FITZSIMMONS. late of 52 Primrose Avenue, Rydalmere. are Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Chapel Today (Friday) at 1.15 p.m: for the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood. METCALFE and MORRIS PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A.. 179 Church Street Parramatta. YL8891. LOVE. The Funeral of the late ERNEST t;nAtUjC0 uyjia, Narrabeen, will leave our Chapel, 92 The Corso, Manly, This Day, Friday, alter service commencing at 2 p.m. for the Northern suo urbs cemetery. T. WAUOH As CO.. A.F.D.A., Established 1880. 92 The Corso. Manly. XU1118. FLYNN. Requiem Mass for the repose oi tne soul oi tne late rs ELIZABETH JANE FLYNN, of 75 Houston Road, Kingsford. will be ceieoratea at tne unurco oi oi. Michael. Banka Avenue. Dacey- viiie. Tomorrow. Saturday, at 6.45 a.m. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend her Funeral which will leave the Church efter praVers at 0.30 a.m. for Botany cemetery. THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD., Funeral and Embalming Service Estab. 1836. FA4102-3. PIANOS. (500) WANTED IMMEDIATELY. SPOT CASH. Also PLAYER PIANOS, Grands and modern Bijou Pianos. McFARLANDS of MARR1CK-VILLE, Phone LM5268 and LM9290; alter hours, FJ6957. WESTON. The Relatives and Friends of the late HERBERT DONALD WESTON, of 5 Wlnga-ri Street Lane Cove, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurer's cnapei. zi-a Pacific Highway, near West Street. North Sydney. This Fr. day, after a service commencing at 11 a.m., ior tne nuibiieiu Suburbs Crematorium. BRUCE MAURER, XB6121. North Sydney. (3 lines. WANTED. Piano, Cash. phone UM8614. Please FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS FOR SALE AND WANTED WESTON. Lane Cove Lodge No 178 P.A.F.S. of A. The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Secretary, HERBERT DONALD WESTON. For further particulars see family notice. (Regalia.) SISTER BROWN. W.M. FUNERAL DIRECTORS ImcGBATH. The Funeral of the late JAMES MCOKAin. oi quarle Street, Chatswood, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner run. .... --Thomas Street. Chatswood, Tomorrow (Saturday) at 9 a.m. for the Catnonc uemeiery, wmui ERNEST ANDREWS, ciiiTswrmn. JA2834. JA2833, CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors ana Morticians, Established 1830. Consult Charles Kinsela Pty. Ltd. for PRE-NEED FUNERAL FUND, CEMETERY PLOTS AND MEMORIALS. 1 FA4136-7-8. ; ; FUNERALS ARRANGED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, grace. The Relatives and Friends of tne late Mr tom byu GRACE are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Chapel, 298 South Terrace, Bankstown. This Friday, alter service commencing at 2 p.m., for Woronora Crematorium. ' , WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. 298 South Tetrace, Bankstown. UY1406. BA4611. MARRE Requiem Mass tor the rnnni nf the BOUl Of the latO Mr MICHAEL ANGELO MARRE, of 17 Plumer Roaa, nose oay, be celebrated at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. New South Head Roaa, rtoee nay, tme ,rii Moraine, at 7.30 O'clock. The Funeral will leave thel Church after prayers commencing at 9.30 o'clock for Field of Mars Cemetery. W. N. BULL PTY. LTD. Telephone LA2858. BEATTIE. The Relatives and Friends of the late KATE BEAT-TIE, of 22 South Street. Marrickvllle. are advised that remains will be privately interred in the Catholic Portion of the Rookwood Cemetery at 11 a.m. Thla Friday. WALTERS and SONS, --' Dulwlch Hill Terminus. -.' LM1678. - LM1458-9. 684. U.O.L. of N.S.W. Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge sre kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother, TOM SYD GRACE. Re' ealla. For " particulars see . family notice. H. MENNELL, Worshipful Master. E. R. BEMAN. Secretary. BALL. The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs amy louisa HALL, of Deewhy, sre invited to attend her- Funeral: to leave St. John's Church of England, Oaks Avenue, Deewhy, Tomorrow, Saturday, after service commencing at lo. so a.m. ior tne norinern Suburbs crematorium. T. WAUOH As CO.. A.F.D.A., Eatahllahed 1880 92 The Corso, Manly. XU1118. HALLEY. The Relatives and BINLRY. Tha Funeral nf tha lata JOHN VERNON BINLEY, ot 60 Mcuasieri ttoao, uiacuwaii. win take place at Northern Suburbs Crematorium Tomorrow (Saturday), 10 a.m. By request no flowers. ' R. H. OBEIOHTON, Central Coast Funeral Service ' - Pty. Ltd., Oosford. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMll EU, SYDNEY'S LARGEST FUNERAL DIRECTORS Newtown. Lelchhardt, Hurstvllle, Rockdale, Crow's Nest, Crown Street, Paddlngton, Woollahra, Campsle, Bankstown,' Auburn, LA2777 LM7800 LU1358 LX6777 XB1578 FA6465 FA3242 . FW5441 UW1502 UY1668 YX8S11 BUDGET FLOOR FURNITURE SALE. Cash or Terms, 4-pce. recond. B. Suites, lge. range from 20. Lnge. Suites, all styles, 5 to 50. Odd chairs 78 ea. W' robes, and L'boys; 3 to 10. O'teed. refrigs. 2910 to 45. Vacuum Cleaners g'teed, lBgns Occas. Tables only 676. Inn. spring Mattresses 796. Sgle. Bedroom Suites worth seeing 33196. 100yds Inlaid Lino, popular pattern. 1 yd. Trade-ins accepted. 3rd Floor, GRIFFS FURNITURE, 324 Pitt Street. B0654. WESTMINSTER CARPET Supplied and Expertly Laid with Underielt. 57 yd. Personal service. Go anywhere. SHERATON Furnishing, ML1849. FURNITURE for Sale: Good Used, lge. asst. Cash price, Big savings BRODRIBB. PETTTf. RADFORD, 28 Campbell St, Sydney. MA4178. CARPETS, good selection. Traded-In. used squares. W.-wall., 16 x 11. 13 x 11, 14 x 9, 12 x 9, 10ft 6 x 9, 9 X 9. LM5741. FOR OFFICE FURNITURE, Typewriters, etc., see Classiflcatbn "Office Furniture and Equipment ior oaie ana wantea. - ONE Cherrywood Cabinet, good condition. Apply 107 Stanmore na. Bianmore. DOUBLE Wardrobe. Cedar Finish (Beard Watsons). XJ1737. WANTED, FURNITURE UKUKHTliY. ! will GLADLY Inspect Single Articles, Comp. Home, , ANYWHERE. ANY TIME. Also Glass, China, Linen, CARPETS and BODY CARPET. A Refrig, and Wash. Machine. PAY IMMEDIATE CASH. FU7597, DAY OR NIGHT. BLACK. The Relatives and Frienas - 01 the late SAMUEL ANDREW BLACK, ot 1 James Street, Chatswood, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel, 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street. North Sydney, This Friday, after Service commencing st 1.30 p.m.. for the Northern Suburbs Crema torium, BRUCE MAURER. XB6121. North Sydney. (3 lines.) BYRNE The Relatives' and Friends of the late EDWARD ERNEST BYRNE, of 29 Mount Street, Hurlstone Park, are Invited to attend bis Funeral: to leave St. Paul of the Cross Church, New canterbury Road, Dulwlch Hill: after prayers com mencing at 9.13 o'clock. Tomorrow . (Saturday) Morning, for -the Catholic portion of the Rookwood Cemetery. Requiem Mass for the eternal repose of his soul will be celebrated at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow .i eaiuroay i Morning. - WALTERS A SON. ' - Dulwlch Hill Terminus: LM1676. LM1498-9. Friends of Mrs Eliza Halley. Mrs R. Stewart and Family, and Mr and Mrs D. J. Halley and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of tneir beioveo tiuioano.. rawer. Father-in-law, Grandfather, and Oreat-grandfather, JAMAS AN-r.REW HALLEY. of 1 Bank Street. Meriwether (formerly of Rose Bay); to move from the Funeral cnapei. ueiiora otrees, Drosa-meadow. This Morning, after I Church of England Service com mencing at 10.45 o'clock, tor the Crematorium, Beresneld. JAMES MURRAY, A.F.D.A., Funeral Director. HAWKER. The Relatives and Friends or Mr William unaries Hawker and Family, ol Sir Henry Parade. Faulconbriege, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their loved Mother, ELLEN DOREEN HAWKER; to leave our Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn. Tomorrow (Saturday) Morning at 10.43 o'clock, for the catnonc cemetery, nooswovo. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, , 121 Rawson Street, Auburn. Phone LA2777 (4 lines). H EL MAN. The Relatives snd Friends of the late miss BETH HELMAN, of Ersklnevllle. m rivlari that her Funeral will leave our Private Chapel, 389 Paolflo Highway, crows nwi, This Afternoon, at 1 o'clock, for the Crematorium,. Northern Sub- "LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 380 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. Phone LA2777 (4 lines). MOXHAM. The Relatives and Friends 01 Mrs Angela aiizaoein (Peggy) Moxham, and Eric, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and his loved Father, FREDERICK EDWARD MOXHAM; to leave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Randwick, This Afternoon, after prayers com mencing at 1.45 o'clock tor the Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Tnis Morning at i o ciocx. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. Phone LA2777 14 lines). MUSTON. The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs ma i iuua MUSTON are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Baptist Church, Blacktown, To-morsow (Saturday) Morning, after service commencing at 10 o'clock, tor the Crematorium. Rookwood. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, 389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. Phone LAZ777 ( unci). MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, 30 City Road. city. BA4277 (4 lines). Consult us for Prearranged Funeral Servloea. CARINGBAH. 52-7328 BONDI JUNCTION, . ... rWOBlb EASTWOOD, WL1955 ROZELLE, WB1141 FLORISTS A. A. A. SCOTTS. Woronora, Suth erland district. LB2259. ail hour- BEATRICE STEWART, Florist, 142 King St. city, wreatns. etc. ea RW55HB after hours. XW8654 LEICHIIARDT: 80WTERS. Florist. LM5236, WF7013. Free delivery, nn-n sun.. Hoi.- . Sun. Weddings. 8EARLS, 104 King St. Wreaths, crosses, casxei covers, riorai in-hntea. BW8975. a h. WM3432 ST. GEORGE DISTRICT FLORIST, Station steps, rtocKaaic. laxu? FREDERICK 8. SMITH. TT;;tnM'v.ftri H ypars CHAMBERLAIN. Reoulem Mass lor the repose of the soul of the Iste HENRY DAWSON CHAMBERLAIN wUl be celebrated at Our Lady Star of the Sea Cburch, Watson's Bay, This (Friday) Morning at. 7 o'olock ' - The Funeral will leave - the Church after prayers at 9.45 o'cloci for South Head Cemetery, 1 WOOD COFFILL LIMITED BA4611 (6 lines). CLARKE. The Relatives snd Friends oi Mrs Edna ciarke and Family are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her deerly oveo nusoana, ana tneir lovea Father. Father-in-law and Grand. father, JAMES CLARKE; to leave our Funeral Home, 36 North Parade, Campsle, This Afternoon Jt. 3 lit n'nlnrlr fnr tha CfBmi. teriura. Rookwood By request no no were. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. , 36 North Parade, Campsle. Phana LA2777 (4 lines). CONLON. The . Relatives end rrienos oi ma late rsriu PATRICK CONLON sre kindly invited to attend bii Funeral: to leave our Private Chapel, Seven Ways, Rockdale, Tomorrow (Saturday) Mornina at 9.15 o'clock. for the Catholic Cemetery, Rook- wooa. : LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, CIahm ar.ii Bmtrj1aii DO T VAI " nj, SVUVSIHWHi Phone LA2777 . (4 lines). CUNNINGHAM. The Relative! and Friends oi me late snunsn TWYNAM CUNNINGHAM. Of 12 Woorarra Avenue. Narrabeen, are Invited to atteno nis runerai service which will be held Tomorrow Mutiintavi at the Northern Sub urbs Crematorium Cfcaoel, at CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD. ., . .A.F.D.A. , ;; , - 1st. 1830. FA41S6. t CUltM. Ttie funeral of the laU PETER HAROLD -CURTIS, af Concord, will leave the Chapels of Allan Walsh, corner Paclflo Highway and Albert Avenue, Chatswood. This Day (Friday), at 3 p.m., tor . the Northern Suburbs cemetery. ( ALLAN WALSHi OhaUwook 0A86S, NINNESS. The Relatives and I Friends of the late ELIZABETH NINNESS, Of 443 Ansae Parade. Kingsford, are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Church of England, Mayfleld. This Friday, after service commencing at; z p.m., tor eanogate cemetery ANDREW KENNEDY, A.F.D.A. Kingsford. FF3880 ROWAN The . Relatives and mends ot tne late misi Elizabeth ORACB ROWAN, of Potts Point, are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave our Funeral Home. 24 Enmore Road. Newtown, This Afternoon, after service commencing at 12.40 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. Phone LA2777 (4 lines). SHEPHERD. The Relatives and Friends of the Family of the late Mrs ELLEN SHEPHERD, Of 6 Francis Street, Corrlmal, are Invited to attend the Funeral ol their beloved Mother: to leave St. Columba's Church. Corrlmal. This Friday, after prayers at 4 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery. Corrlmal. Requiem Mass for repose of her sould will be celebrated et 8.40 a.m. H. PARSONS. Wollongong. Phone B3082. HILL. The Relatives and Friends of the late meaihek juaih mt.t. of- Vellambi Avenue. Yowle Bay, are Invited to attend her yunirii; to leave ine uonaresa-tlonal Church, corner Prince's Htirhwav and Endeavour -. .street. Sylvanla. This Afternoon after service commencing it 2.30 o'clock for the woronora crematorium. -- H. N. OL8EN PTY. LTD.. Sutherland Shire. . LB2394. HILL. The Relatives and Friends of tne late walii&a mui. 01 Concord, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave the Metropolian Funeral Home. Railway Parade, Burwood. This Day. after service commencing at 10.15 a.m., tor Rookwood Crematorium METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY, Railway Pde, Burwood. UJ2178-9. HOOPER. The Relatives and Friends or tne law eiunni BENJAMIN HOOPER, of 32 Brentwood Avenue. Turramuna. are Invited to attend his Funersl Service, to be held In the Chapel of the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. This Day (Friday), at g so p.m. . HUBBARD. The -' Relatives and r -K lata W.AHmR BAILLIK HUBBARD, of 187 Ramsgate Road, Ramsgate. are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, - corner Prince's Highway Day. after aervtce commencing at 12.45 p.m., lor, the Woronora Crematorium, v .1 METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY. ROCKDALK. .-.-. LX6066,; HCNTKB. Requiem ilea for the repose ei tne soui 01 i iii AGNES' HUNTER; of 118 Hereford Street, 01ebe,,will be cele-hrated at Bt. James' Church, Woolley Street, w Forest Lodge, Thla (Friday) Morning at 10 o'clock. The Funeral . will leave the vh,tM,ti Thla Afternoon, after orayers coeamencing. at 2.19 o'clock, for. the Cathollo ceme tery, Rookwood. . , v ,, . W. Jt. BTJLL- PTY. LTD. , , Telephone HUTCHEN8. The Relatives snd Friends otthe late frjotpjck Paris HfiTCHINS an kindly In vited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, S Car-rington Avenue, Hurstvllle, This Morning, after service commencing at 9 SO o'clock, lor the Ore- I,Amn nviun rvnMwiui, I Cerrlngton Avenui. HurstvUlt. none usiiiM va unvei. SMITH. The Relatives and Frienas 01 tne late ulhka BUTTH are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Private Chanel. 433-5 New Csntefbiirv Road, Dulwlch HtU. after service commencing - as 12.40 o-ciock. This (Friday) Afternoon, for the Salvation Army portion of the Botany Cemetery. ' ' WALTERS ' SON, ' - Dulwlch Hill Terminus. LM1676. LM1458-9. SNAPE. The Relatives and Frienas 01 me iaie ran ETHEL MARY SNAPE are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Church ot St. Plus. Enmore, This Afternoon, after pravers commencing st 1.45 o'clock, for the , Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. Requiem Mass will be celebrated This Morning, at 6.50 o'clock. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, . 24 Enmore Road, Newtown Phone LA2777 (4 lines). STIBBABD. The Relatives and Frienas OI Hie late mra insni.Bg ALBERTA STLBBARD are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave our Chapel, 4 Belgrave Street. Manly. This Friday, after service commencing at 1.45 p.m.. for Church of England Cemetery. French's Forest. .- WOOD COFFILL LIMITED .- XU2059. BA4611. STOREY. The Relatives and Frienas 01 tne iaie rnauiiva SCOTT STOKEY, oi riven oca, are uiviwu w wwufl hw . ..-., to leave St. Thomas' Church of England, . Lyons Road, Russell Lea, This Day, . after service commencing at 3.45 p.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND nniirM Annw RnolETY. Railway Pde, Burwood. UJ2178-8 STOREY. Lodge Northern Com. merciai ViTaveiiers, no, oi, W.G.L-. ol N,6;W. The Officers and Brethren ot the above Lodge are Invited to attend the Funeral or .. tneir iaie ptnmn nro., VRKDMUCK SCOTT STOREY. P.G.O. Regalia. For further particulars see Ismiiy notice. ."7... , A, Q.' BMYLM. W.M. A O. ROS8 secretary. 8 TO REY. Officers and Members . of tne tiaoerneia-rivaaoDK-ADDosB-lord R.8.L. Club are invited to attend the Funeral ot their late esteemed Member. FRED STOREY. . Fof . particular! gee family .ponce. W. B. DUNCAN (President). A. W. ABRAHAM (Manager). TYlatrY. nvedock Bowline Club. Members are Invited to attend the Funeral ot their late esteemed Member. tRBD STOREY. For particulars tee ismiiy notice. J. R HALL President. W. HAMMOND, Secretary, WANTED, FURNITURF UKQaiHTljY . I will Inspect ANYWHERE, any nour. and pay cash for comp HOMES and SINGLE Articles: al?-CARPETS and all H'hold Effect HARVEY FA3379. Nt FX27B FURNITIBE . WANTEL URGENTLY. We Pay Highest Prices Immediate Inspection. - RONALD J. MEYERS. LM4105. XL3698 FB3735 FURNITURE. WANTED: Comp Homes, surplus. Carpets. Offl-v Tables, Safes, Showcases. Hlgrvst prices given, hkulikibb. peitii and RADFORD. MA4178. MA374'' WANTED, old Cedar, Mahogany Chairs. Pay well. Couch, old Cedar Furniture, China, Piano. Phone JB5758. WILL BUY FURNITURE for CASH up to 1000. Modern 01 Old-fashioned. ANTIQUES. Carpets. Buyers so anywhere. XY4184 GET MORE for your FURNITURE, xou. can bcl4, ior cash nuw We Inspect anywhere, any time JONES. FA 1444: night. XB5140. IN the Will Of ETHEL WHITFIELD late of Cremorne in me cmw tew Rmifh valR Soinstcr de ceased. Application will be made after 14 days trom the. publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament dated 4th u-tt ian nt th ahnvesiamed de ceased may be granted to Alan Whitfield the Executor named In the said Will and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address. All creditors in the Estate of the deceased sre hereby required to send to particulars ot their claims to the undersigned. A. W. M. DICKINSON, Proctor for the Executor, m tr..- e,p f RvrineV. IN the Will of GBAC1E muii-rvunna- m a nuav.a- iia .Qrr Merrvlands In the State of New South Wales, Widow e)u. inniioitlnn Will CrS made after 14 days trom the pub-.-, that. Probate of the last Will and Testament dated the 28th January, lBoa nt tha ,hnnnunli deceaSCd III S be granted to Keith wmiam Starling (In the Will called Keith Starling) the Executor named in the said Will and all notices may k M,mA a thn undermentioned address. All creditors In the Estate of the deceased ere hereby required to send in particulars of tneir claims to wie u,iucid,bm. F. W. EWART. Solicitor, 21 Genraa street. Parramatta. ni ,ha will nf I.INDA MARY WILLIAMS late of Casino in the State ot New South Wales Married Woman deceasea. Application will be made after 14 days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament dated the 16th April 1958 of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to Catherine Campbell Jones and Charles Gordon Williams the Bxecutors named In the in. win and all Notices may ha aavaA at t.ha iinnermentlOlTed address. All creditors in the F.nt.ntji nf the deceased are here by required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned. ' PARKER At KISSANE. Proctors for Executors. Barker Street. Casino. By their Agents: PIGOTT STINSON At CO.. Proctors. Csstlereagh Street. Sydney. RE Estate of DOROTHY BEATRICE WORDSWORTH late of 18 Palmer Street, Rose Bay North in the State of New South Wales Widow deceased. Letters of Administration Nn. 4R9353 eranted on 24th March, 1959. Pursuant to the Willi, Probate and Administration Act 1898-1954. Testator's Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act, 1916-1954 and Trustee Act 1925-1942. Edward Roy Wordsworth and Reginald Thomas Wordsworth the Administrators 01 the Estate of the said Dorothy Rantrire Wordsworth who died on the 13th August, 1952 hereby give notice that Creditors and others having any claim against or to tne Estate 01 tne saio se-ceased are renufred to send oar- tlculars of their claims to the said Administrators at the under mentioned address on or before the 21st October, 1959 at the expiration of which time the said! Administrators will distribute the assets of the said deceased to the persons entitled having regard only to the claims ot which they then hsve notice. Dated 21st August, 1950. GEORGE A. RAVES & POOLE, Proctors for the Administrators, 113 Pitt Street, Sydney. RE Estate of EDWARD CROOKS WORDSWORTH late of 19 Palmer Street, Rose Bay North in the State of New South Wales Tailor deceased. Letters 01 ao-ministration No. 489354 granted on 24th March, 1959. Pursuant to the Wills. Probate and. Administration Act 1898-1954. Testator's Family Maintenance and uuaroiansnip 01 iniants Act. 1916-1954 ar.d Trustee Act 1925-1942. Edward Roy Wordsworth and Reginald Thomas Wordsworth the Administrators of the Estate of the said Edward Crooks Wordsworth who died on the 17th September, 1951 hereby give notice that creditors and others having any claim against or to the Estate ot the said deceased are required to send particulars of their claims to the said Administrators at the undermen tioned address on or before the 21st October. 1959 at the ex-nlratlon of which time the said Administrators will distribute the assets of the said deceased to the persons entitled having regard only to the claims of which they then have notice. Dated 21st August. 1959 OEOROE A. RAVES Ai POOLE Procton for the Administrators, 113 Pitt Street. Sydney. IN the Will ot THOMAS WORS- ley formerly of Marnckviue nut late of Earlwood In the State of New South Wales Pensioner de ceased. Application will be madel after 14 days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament dated 5th July 1948 of the abovenamed de ceased may be granted to William Gibson the sole Executor named In the said Will and all notices may be served at the undermen tioned address. All .realtors In the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send In particulars of their claims to the undersigned. GOULD & SHAW, Proctors for the Executor, 72 Pitt Street, Sydney. IN the Will ot EUGENE ZEL INSKY late of Wollongong In the State of New South wales Engineer deceased. Application will be made alter 14 days from the publication hereof that Probate of a coov of the last Will and Testament 21st June 1951 of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to Victoria Troy (In the Will called Victoria Zelinsky) the Executrix nameo in tne saia win. limited until the original Will is! found and brought in to the: Registry, and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address. All Creditors in the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned. BEALE AND OEDDES. Proctors their Agents: G. M. LAURENCE son Ac larkins solicitors. 18 tuartin riace. syoney COOK. lady. f guest hcje, beet vases, live m v, . . COOK for Espresso Restaurant, Must be exP, tonunrnwi aiafiea. High salary for right person. Biiou Espresso, 123 Oxford St, J, Junction FW5504. COOK (female), also Waitress, e- penencca, ior ui - married, sccom. avail, for hus. bands. D. Zenarl. 1 East Crescent St, McMahon ' Point. XB4489. CAPABLE Woman as Mothera Help ior a so o www. omwum Property. Ooulburn District. Separate Flat available. Could take woman with 1 child. Plain cook-Ing, no laundry. Other help kept. Good wages and conditions. Apply with personal references to Pitt. Son and Badgery Limited, 4 O'Connell Street. Sydney. COOK. Capable. Woman, Home stead. Walcna District. lAioaing tor 3 adults. Look after kitchen quarters, dining-room and sitting-room. Household Ironing. Aga Stove. All modern electric conveniences. Cannot take child. Wages 10 per week and keep. Apply PITT. SON AND BADGERY1 LTD.. 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. CHILDREN'S Nurse and Mother's Help, 8gns per week. Point Piper couple require a cheerful, capsble Girl to look sfter 2 children. 1 In kindergarten, and asstst generally. No objection to Continental girl. Right person will be pre vlded with her own room and bathroom. Telephone Mr Hamilton MA6836 or FM2206 evening. DOMESTIC HELP, over 30, three adults, plain cooking, no wanning or polishing. Live in. Wages 7 JX2864. DOMESTIC Help tor business family, good home, excellent wages and conditions. ' MA8717, after hours, FY7383. EXP, Waitress wanted. Hrs. 11.30 8 p.m. 433 Pitt Street. EXPERIENCED BARMAID, live out HOTEL CECIL, cronuna. rnone 523-0227. ELDERLY Women to Housekeep for 2 adults and small onuo. i-teaa-ant surroundings and modem home, live In. PU4883 lor ap- nnlnfjnent. FEMALE CLEANER required for Block of Fiats. no aaturaay. Apply BALLINA, Liverpool and Darley Sts, Darllnghurst, after 8 a.m. today. GOOD Home for en energetic, soci able Housekeeper, look alter nusi. nest gentleman and grown-up sen with suburbsn snd holiday residence. All modern conveniences. Nice grounds, Live In, 30 to 40 years sge. Reply No. 10968, Herald. GEORGE COPE AGENCY Scot Cos. Penfold PI. 86 Pitt St. BW3110. COOK, only sml. family. Stat.. QUEANBEYAN. 10, kp. TEMP. HOUSEKEEPER. 6 week!, E. Subs. 8. sml. family. GARDENER, Stat., RIVER INA, F. and V. Awd. Invw. GARDENER. Stat.. OARRATROOL F. and V. Awd.. kp. GROOM-GARDENER, Station. GULARGAMBONE. Awd. COOK, Station. JERILDERTJI. Av. 9. 15. kp. 7 dys. HOUSEMAID, no cooking. Stat.. WEST. 8. kp. COOK and HSE. WAITRESS, Lord Howe Is. 12. 8 clr. MARRIED COUPLE. Stat,, FORBES, cook, ldrs. Groom- grdnr. Take 1 child. 18. kp. M CPL, Share duties, bachelor ate mw n k Mr,t a nun. HOTEL 'Cleaner. Useful. Reliable', sober habits ana able to drive car. Roval Hotel. Carlton. HOUSEKEEPER for 2 adults. War rawee. no laundry, personal reis, JW1621 HOUSEKEEPER, light duties, live in, modern home. vidler, 40 Adamson Ave. Dundas. HOUSEKEEPER, must be widow. no children, 25 to 35. LX8940 between 5 o.m. and 7 D-m. BOTTLE Department Assistant, with Bar experience, also Casual Barmaid. Apply ENFIELD BOU. LEVARDB HOTEL. UJ4766, HOUSEKEEPER, Country, Share All uuties. No laundry, ah conveniences. Two adults. Mrs Thompson, P.O. , Macleay Street. KITCHEN HAND for Espresso Restaurant. Must be exp. Bijou Espresso, 123 Oxford St, Bondl Junction. FW5504 LADY or Pens, needing home, re turn hem care child. Reply no. 18151 Herald LAUNDRY. Strong Youth wanted. Australia Hotel. Apply personnel Manager. MALE Cleaner required. Apply Mr Gardiner, CITY TATTER-SALL'S CLUB, 200 Pitt St, before noon. MARRIED Couple wanted, live in, 30 miles Sydney, Husband part-time gardener end dairy farm hand wife cook. Reply No. 10967 Herald. . NEW AUSTRALIAN, well spoken, must love children, to care for 3 children, one schoolage, In modern home. Live In. Own comfortable accommodation. Ring; BX6737, Mrs Sloman. MACHINERY GOVERNMENT NOTICES R,F,I. PROPERTY .ACT NOTICE. . Applications nave oeen maae 10 bring the undermentioned lands under the Real Property Act. Plans may be Inspected and caveats lodged at the Land Titles Office, Sydney, until: aai-ri October. 1959. No. 39818 Frederick Edgar Holden 1 r. 36a p. pt. Seo. K ot the Manly Vale Estate Pitt St Manly Vale. The applicant claims to be entitled by adverse possession against Mary Ann Mann and her successors or assigns. No. 40533 Cecil Bernard But-chard and Ellen Eileen Butchard a. 1 r. 2IV4 p. Lots A and B in M.P.8. (O.S.) 13454 Victoria and Redfera Sts, Smlthfleld. The annllcanta are claiming by possession adversely to Francis Arthur Artlett end hit sequels In title. J. H. WATSON, Registrar-General. 21st August. 1959. BUILDLBS: Woodmachinco Comb 61n Planer Unit, suit 81n to 18ln saw. mortice-tenons. sands, grinds, makes ail moulds. LIU 25 Bargain 9, 1S Open Saturday 447 Kent St BX3991 SECOND-HAND REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT, 3 to 5 h.p. Cold-atream preferred. Also Cross Fins. BA3109 or MA2652. 11 Hayes Street, cltv. PRINTER'S Vertical Automatic Cylinder Press for Sale. Good condition. Can be seen running 700. Contact Mr J. Dwyer, BX6693. CHAIN for all Purposes. Welded Lins cnam biock oewt 10 a ton WM1203 or 3904, TEMMAH, 48 Aoaerton noao. carungiora. VtBl Spindle Muuiaei. list 13Vi' Few 7V. 447 sent Street. BX3991 JIGSAW, dues work lge. handsaw, list 22va. Gilt, UV. ' Kent, St BX3991 WANTED TO PURCHASE BEST PRICES PAID tor good Used clothing, Deceasea Estste. Buyer calls. TANNER, 137 Beyswater Road. Rushcutter Bay. FA5561. CASH for good used Clothing Dec Est. we can. velvahi mi victoria St. King's Cross FL4439. DIAMONDS, JEWELLERY Purch. Highest possible terma. uooaraan. Hollander Co.. 77 Csstlereagh St. DIAMONDS, Antiques, Gold, Sil ver, Jewellery, ooia coins, opais Free Veins. MARTIN. Dlsmond Jewellers. 40 Martin Pi BW9417 ENCYCLOPEDIAS wanted privately. Miss Kay, LM1397. -FRIG., Baby Electrolux. a r electric. u.ian . FRIG.. BEFORE SELLING, tor HONESTY, can ruami. BIGHEST PRICES lor Diamonds, Jewellery, opals, ooia, silverware. Precious Stones. Crystal. China, Antiques, etc. JORDANS, 143 Castlereagh street. BM3636 OPALS, OPALS INTO CASH. nnai .lawcnerv. loose or ruuan Mattln, Diamond Jewellers, 40 Martin PI, next Prince's. BWB417 OLD Views, engravings. Scenes ot Early syaney ena otner otates. Rnoka on Australia before 1880. ' Phone, day. BW2095; after hours, FW2b8o; or write, iuot, neraio. REFRIG., Wash. Mach In or out of order. Honest value. FU2621. 8EFB10. or Wash. Machine, In or out of order, cash Phone LA7737 BKFRlflS., seeled units, any condition. LY5598 SEWING Machine. Modern, Port able Also Mooerp typewriter i.Mino? . VACUUM CLEANER8, barrel type, anv make, spot casn. dsasooi. WEIGHING MACHINES and scales Mi uononuc aaajuau. RADIO, TV AND ACCESSORIES EBIO ANDERSON'S , for TErtKIriC BAttUAino 10 RADIO, TV and APPLIANCES. 'TELEVISIONS from 89 gns. MICROGRAMS from , 1710 mninfiQiufl from ' ' A COCKTAIL BAR-GRAMS. lrom 3910 CONSOLES from 5 PORTABLES from 910 MANTELS from - 7107 v ' - Reconditioning Factory, 131 PALMER ST EAST SYDNEY (corner William street), , FA5633. OPEN SATURDAY MORNTNO. Also al 48 Dorcy St, Parramatta, . ' - - YL7I6I, RADIOGRAMS, RADIOGRAMS FORTY ONLY. 3 and 4 speed models, Including an leaaing maxes. . Prices from 15. INGLIS ELECTRIX PTY. LTD.. . 233-6 Johnston St Annandale, MW4861. MW5067. UW2878. EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT medium waisht tandem dlesei. well ebod.gras ROAD ROLLER, 4-5 ton diesel. 495 AIR COMPRESSOR. Consol Pneumatic. 160 O.F.M.. as new. 895 oranb block and book, iz T ton. 25 WARSOP Breaker, as new with all tools. 95 WARSOP TRENCH RAM MER. 145 TRENCHER, cutting width 121n to 181n, to 6ft deep, this Barber Greene has been rebuilt and a new ' Perkins diesel P6 engine fitted, also about 300 - worth ol new spares. 1550 OVEBLOAEER. Le Tourn. IViyd on T9 Inter. 875 All above plant can go straight to work. Terms arranged. A. J. DANGERFIELD, 6 Car- lotta Street. Artarmon. JF3557, after hours JX3704. WANTED, B.D. 10W, bare, 01 with b ade. Back end must be 1000 Farmers' Centre Pty. IM.. phone Ait. nre.. xyihib WANTED. H.D.5, Hyd. Blade, com plete. l"AKMh,KO CEN1KE. 131 Morebead Street. Redlem. Phone 89-2152, Aftfl Hours XY4819. MACHINERY WANTED WAMEU. steel acrau. .neu ize Cash. Webster and Lumsaen. Col- 11MB Ot, BICABIIUI1. utA.tuo, WANTED, Stationary Engines or Generator Units. 1 b.p. to 20 h.o. Phone UL6268. WANTED, CRANKSHAFT for 160 consolidate compressor or com pressor without motor. JF5920 LEGAL NOTICES In the SnDreme Court of New South Wales. Probate Jurisdiction. IN the Will of THOMAS FRANCIS WATSON ate ol Eastwood lorm erlv Concord In the State ot New South Wales Retired Engineer de ceased. Application will be made alter ie days irom tne oubi ca tlon hereof that Probate of the last will ana Testament dated 5th March 1945 of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to Ellen watson tne Executrix named in the said Will and all notices mav be served at the undermentioned address. All creditors In the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send In particulars of their claims to the undersigned. BLAKE & RING. Proctors tor the Executrix,. 4 Castlereagb Street, uyaney. IN the Will ol MABEL GWENDO LINE WATKINS late of 60. Swan Terrace Windsor Brisbane in the Bute of aueens and wiaow de ceased. Application will be made after 14 days from the publication hereof that the Probate of the Will- granted by the Suoreme Court of Queensland to Ruth Mor- 8 an Hlnchcltff the Bxecutrlx may a sealed with the Seal of this Court and all Notices may be served at the undermentioned address. All oredttors in the Estste of the said deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned, PERKINS 8TEVEN-FON LINTON, 369 George Street, Sydney, (Continued on Pages 20. 22) GARDEN SUPPLIES, HORTICULTURE ORCHIDS: Good exp. Collection; sold home,, beginners, cheap. mm EDUCATIONAL BLUE Mountains C. of I. Gram mar, Wentworth Falls 112. Boy 6-12. Enrol now for 3rd Term and 1980. Rev. A. T. Pitt-Owen. B.A.. Headmaster. SITUATIONS VACANT AGENCY: Register with Short's tor Jobs, 88a D hurst Kd. King i cr ASSISTANT Cellarman. suburban hotel Must ha of sober habits. experience not essential. No night worn. Apply in writing giving details ot previous places of employment. Apply No. 16152, Herald. BARMAID, exp, Perm. pos. Overtime available. Botany. MU2778. DAKMA1U, fUDHC, OXP,, HI, LA3045, St. Peters. BARMAIDS. Permanent and Cas. St. George Htl, Belmore. UW1219 barmaid, perm., smart, exp. Ap ply alter . summer run Hotel BREAKFAST Waitress. 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. oood wages. Ph. FY5333 BARMAID wanted. Australia Hotel. Apply Personnel Manager. BARMAID wanted, experienced, In puoiic oar. 1.30 to iu.3. Hamo den Hotel, pennant Hills, WJ1057 BARMAID, experienced. assist Bottle Dept. Apply 10 a.m. Tatler Hotel, George St, BARMAID. Permanent nosltlon 9.30 to 6.30 dally. App. Maroubra nBu n.i.i ntnnoi BARMAIDS, shift work, cas. and perm, bkitibb lion hotel St. John's Rd. Glebe. BARMAN, Useful, PENSIONER, for mother's help, live In, North Shore line, Ring BL1638. Miss Oranam. REFINED OIRL. Housemaid. Station Homestead. New England District All modern conveniences. Excellent quarters. 7 per week and keen! References essential. Apnly PITT, SON AND BADGERY LTD.. 4 O'Connell St. Sydney. SANDWICH Hand. Exper. only. 10 -Royal Arcade, city. STEWARDS, Bar f2) required Im mediately oy Tne lbkis ooii ciuo. Experience desirable. References required FF1326. WANTED, Pen, Companion. . 7a Hillcrest Ave. Hurstvllle. WAITRESS, exp.. under 25 years. Apply 451 Pitt 8t. MA5701. WAITRESS wanted Australia Hotel Anplv Personnel Manager. WAITRESS wanted for Coffee Lounge, day shift, straight. Apply 61 Market St. Sydney. WAITRESS, exp., gd. wages and conditions, REINA9 RESTAURANT. 389 Oeorge St. WAITRESS, 5-day week. Moccador Coffee Lounge, 111 Elizabeth Bt, cltv. WOMAN wanted for Laundry. Aus tralia Hotel. APPiy personnel Manager. WAITRESSES, experienced only wented. Apply efter li a.m. commodore Restaurant. 30 Darllnghurst Rd, King's Cross. WANTED, Girls for Waitresses and Shop Assistants, at the 1-2-3 Coffee Lounge and Milk Bar, 394 New South Head Rd. Double Bav. WANTED, reliable woman, plain cooking, light house work. - no laundry or bedrooms. 2 adults. Live in. FU1184. 42 The Crescent. Vaucluse. WAITRESSES and Housemaids, experienced, are required for Immediate emnloyment at Jenolan Caves, Wages 12138 per week less board and lodging 2156 per week. Apply 55 Market street, 3rd Floor. Phone MA3046. YARDMAN, Generally Useful, live-in. Comfortable Room, Christian Brothers High School, The Boule-vm- Lewlsham, SITUATIONS WANTED terred Apply with recent rets. Railway Hotel. Lldcombe. BARMAID, 1.13 to 10.15. Perm. position. Must nave recent rets, RAILWAY HOTEL. Lldcombe. BARMAID, experienced. Prefer local. Apply after 10, North An nandale Hotel BARMAID, experienced, relieve 3 weeks. Public Bar. CRITERION HOTEL. Pitt St. After 10 a.m. BARMAID, perm., exp., no night work, oriental Hotel, parramatta Rd, Concord. Apply after 9.30 a.m. UJ4U71. BARMAID, Casual, exp,, good appearance, smart. Apply Cabra-matta Hotel, Cabramatta, alter 9.15. UB1619. BENTLEY'S AGENCY, Wlngello Hse . Angel Place. BL1231-2. COOK for Prlv Home NORTH SHORE Line. 2 adults. Wages 10 and keep, . Can recom. pos. HOUSEMAID, do some Llghti Cooking, for prlv. home, MOSMAN dtst. Wages 9 and keep. HOUSEKEEPER for Bachelor's Stn., WEST. 3 gents. Wages 10 and keep. Can interview employer. BARMAN-USEFUL, for Hotel. NORTH-WEST Wages award, and keep. Can tntervlew employer. TEMP COOK tor 2 to 4 weeks. Stn. home YOUNO Diet.. 2 adults and visitors, all mod. cons. Wages 10 and fares return, Refs, essentlel. Can highly recom. oos. TEMP. COOK-HOUSEKEEPER tor 4 to B weeks, stn. home, , WEST. Wages 10 and farm return. Can highly recommend pos. Refs, essential. HOUSE-PARLOURMAID tor prlv home, NORTH 8H0RE LINK. 2 adults. Wagei 8 and keep, CAPABLE Domestic Help, live In. good conditions. References essential 9 week. Phone FF4141. CASUAL WAITRESS rea. Strath- field Golf Club. Apply after 12 noon. COOK, female, live In. guest hse 10 clear, good conditions, SO ripei oi, biiyneia. IMiooil. COOK, experienced. Hotel Bene long, Beverly Hills, 3 p.m. to 8 O.m. 6 dsVS. AddIv In nerann COOK-Housekeeper wanted. Famllf oi . Liu wflw ana aeep oood worker. Phone JW24Ut CASUAL BARMAID. 4 till 6.30 weekdays,' some Saturday, some nigni wora. court nousg Hotel. FA4831. CONGENIAL Olrl tor domestic work, gooo nome ana oona tiona Personal references. Telephone JM4951, 37 Oliver Rd. Rosevllle. COOK, Saturday and Sunday only, ft a m. to 7 cm... oermanent nnal. tlon. Apply Nurses Home, Roslyn AGENCY SHORTS. FA2323. Staff suntlted for all kinds of work. BENTLEY'S AGENCY. BL1231-2. MOTHER'S HELP, 19 yrs., dee. ppen. where baby, 3 weeks, taken, Excel, cred. BENTLEY'S AGENCY. BL1231-X HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS des, poen. GUEST HOUSE or HOTEL, thor. exp. Bxcell. cred., cut highly recom., placed before. BENTLEY'S AGENCY. BL1231-2. BUTUCR or VALET, aaed .12 vrs.. young man pre- thor. exp., des. poen. Excellent cred.. can highly recommend. CLEANING SERVICE, male, exp., own equip. Mod terms. Refs. All diets. Est. 45. Spencen, FW6744. CAPABLE Bus. Woman, British, German, no ties, own car, phone, des. Pos. frock shop, companlon- , driver, etc. : Willing travel. Com, any nice offer. Please ring FF4937 or MU9781, any time. DOUBLE M. CLEANING SERVICE. Homes Offices Clubs. Surgeries. Refs. UY2656, All Districts. YOUNG woman with 18 mths. bey des. live-In position. No. 10975, Herald. IYDNEY MORNING HERALD ADVERTISING RULES . The following classincstlotsi must be authenticated: BIRTHS, by a parent: ENGAGEMENTS, and APPROACHING MARRIAGES, by the witnessed signatures and addresses of the contracting par. ties; MARRIAGES, by the officiating Minister, Registrar, or B reduction of marriage certificate: EATHS, IN MEMORIAM, ON ACTIVE SERVICE and RETURN THANKS. PARTNERSHIPS necessitate written character references. Advertisements to be written la Ink and endorsed with signature and address. 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