The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on February 28, 1931 · Page 12
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12 BIRTHS. - - BAKl (nee UiM iMthl.-February tl, t War aftmorlal Hospital, Weverley. to Ur. and Mrs. A. B. Bakar, of Bcaley ft ho (Brio Hslnsfordl. BEKIfBTT. rabruai ry It. to Mr. end Mrs. B. B. Bdwerd-ctreel, Wavertoa Bennett, rursngt. aauioiar. BEST. February S3, to tb wU ol Harold p. scat, oi usmoro a aoa. BODUtT February 1. 111. Vr.val. hcnwItaL Maw Lambtoa. t Mure Bough'! to Dorothea, wife of Keith 4. Bodies a daughter. BBOWirs February to. to Mr. and Mr. L. B. Browne, 34 Boooara-avaaoa. oaugater. lAueoa aerinaj. BOOKLET (naa Dorothy Baler). February 1. al Burse Uawsen's private hospital, laarrlcevUle. to Mr. and Urt. 4, w. lumen a dauahler (Beryl Marl. OIOSB Into carton). February It, at Oalfa private hoepltal. Drummoyna. to Mr. and Mra. U. a. Close, Camps. a eon iKannelh Arthur I. OROeaiHO January M, to Bvelya. wlf M Wuilara Crossing, el Kaaiuort. Darling Point a dauthtee. DAVIS (nee Turabull) Pebruary It. at Fetter-eatrn private hospital, Hamilton, to Muriel, wife of O. T. Davis, of PuMla School, Wauchope aon tThomai Parker). DONNELLY Inee Benla Bmblenl. January as, at Nurse FarroU'e prlval hoepltal Oleba Point, to Mr. and Mra. W. J. Donnelly a daughter iBetly Irene). DOrjOHAM. February S3, at Runnyraede. .Oral-ton. to the wile of Mr. Jesses Doughan a daughter. EOOKFtT (fiat Frlasle Downey i -January a Baacombe private hospital. Drummoyna, to Mr. and aratl.' PURRXft (nee Blackmea), February 1. , tension cllnlo. Moore Para, to Vida. wUa of Brntal Bauxy PUrrer a eon. OUUOK January St. al tagleasere private boe- .ItalTSmebuah. to Mr. and Mra. Oamaon. Barawat Be, Plji a ion. OARDIMBR. Pebruary , at Oarlnya .private keipuaL concord Weet, to Mr and Mra. H. . Oar-diuer aon lUonald TunalaU), OARNSTT maa Mont Berber). Pebruary lKi at Paonopnvate hoepltal. Brlgttlole-8ans, to Vtr. lao Mra. Oarnaeya daughter 1 Beryl Amy). ORiUT. February a, at l-dham ornate MM-tel. to Mr. and Mra. B. D. Orant, Duolej-atreet, Baoerneld a aon. artBBHTREB mot CMsoa). Feorwary S3. wlf 1 . H. uraantree, Wyong a aon. WOAIX (Carlylo Phillip) Pebruary SB, at Baawnuotm private hoapital. Tam worth, to Mr. and Mra. Alan B- lngeU-e aon (David Alan). KiNfl (Hasel Jonnsonl. Pebruary 31 at St. .!!? hoIdIUI. Bofrodale-road, South Kenilng-vonthe 5v7l Lnd Sin. Arnold King, Tn Bectory. Trundle a daughter. rjtruiliMl. ,71 l fi,rJuat- Panahunt aon Worm Anguai j a uuiu-e dauahtar. mookb. Pebruary a, at Royal rartvatt aosoUal, to uTaoa atrTjaek' Moora, of W-etrat, otraet, aaaaur. w . aon twerren Keith), BOKTHOOTT. Pebrnarrj toV to Mr wY, Kut Mai land a da ugh tar. O'HARA (not Jaaalo Cooper). P'briwTy to, at viroVotaueTBotani, to Mr. nd Mra. Oaorgo ri'kkrwe daughter. PAIAUR (nee Winnie MeOoy)Pbruaiy SB, at BuraeHughilT private hoapital, Baetwood. ta Mi. mnrt km. Aioert Palmar aoau nK.uwood. to Mr. and lln. O. a rnulloa, Jl atewart-alreet. Artarmon ton. uaaradlei. Pebruary It. at pal- wT-.t hMoitaL Habernald. Mr. and Mra. CT n SMruTar pwedoolt a aon (Donald Aytoni. .rwwmarv M. nt BlndawOln Hoepltal, lSungton. B.8.W, to Ur. and Mra. ihAbart Reeoel. aurvitad IS days. SHOROON (DM LilW"- Oamhrldaa) -Pweruary 18. at privasa BwjiibB, Mr. aaa Mra, S, A. K. wooioowin. norai Staaley)o BmoLAnt. .( r5l.??'-SXn!: " tfrSraIW TK.nn.Ui .on I arivMCJL Pwhnianr S3. tto War. Manorial .L.Tri ivttvau-iav. to Dr. aad Mrs. aiiraa w. . At votina a aoa Uoon OraaaatJ. emjWBw. ItaSMB llllhff Hifdle 90X0017 IS. Ot 11 FariT-anue. Bexiey, to ktr. aad Mra. Laa Taom f. fuuKntar uoan mryll. THOMPSON. Tabruary 38, at Hamiltoa, to May, WUa 01 ur w latiilharnk. VI. J7-uani a Much tor (prematura) iwvivavri na dava. win . dpi .bruarv IS. 1S31. thO Wilt wf Wdviftntm Vlcara a daashtot. WEIiaro.-Pobrmoy 87. ISM. i"Sta?i BoUevue Hill, too wlfo oi Ooorco M. Wooator a aaughtar. wiaH.FtbraarT 3S. at Th Lomrala prlvato to Mr. and Mra. F. Waich hoapliai, aaannuHa. WORSSAM (noe BrUtow); Fobrnory 7, Ft toUrTand Mra. It. J Woraoama x al Suva, a wooa ENGAGEMENTS. arv.. Vngratrwmant tM ftQO0UUed Of 0ttrlB . Xr,uht4 ol Mr. aa! Mrs. W. Jt. . . - ......Mrt af Patriot IBwttyi wt "T of Uie lata 8yd. J. Wyatt end ur, i. A oaaaou, to Donald a. Murray, second itu'ol Mr: aaa Urs. Mai. Murray. The Bagaronent Is announced of Dorothy Marlon. avauua. Walawood. th. auumail Is announced or Merle Olare, JESl SSnwr of Mrrw. B. Oarrlgao, and tne I.. ur. r. MARRIAGES. itr mT Uunalacn. ol oiurwood. OALLBOBBB BAMPSOrl. February It, at St. kzzXuZ Sor.:-S: ' ManvBT afAIXABT. February 1. l3l. at St. MoOABTHTFATHlBtW January Id, u Jt. S Mr and Mrs. J. McOartny, of BalBarst. SoonlLlam FUnt Hsuual Bay. wmntm-riMl lanuary 3. All Baintr wren. Stilnmorft. Joan, daitghw of Mr. aod m. oSSiot r Ashfleld, to Prank, youngest son C u bhaa. Winn and Mrs. wlnn. ol Ashfleld. r.ninFN WEDDINGS. wyAttm HA1 1 r" reorusry ito, oe. burn. DavTd?eldest son ol David and Jans Bvans. Tail. DEATHS. m mbi w.1,1 u.rv tt ItC 1931, at a iwlrate boinllal North Sydney. Alfred, briovl tiusb. o A. raaeoofc of aiudon. rfodgeon-evenue. ocjovea nuiDioD ui ure morn. or -w . BIOrfalPalruary 37. 1931, CharlotU Blsa- atayth Bt email. vTild'on. A;.nd.rr.tr-7t B dlel, ms-b.nd of Miriam, and loving letter of oaau, amy. and Marlorle. ated at years. OALLAH Ubiuary IS, ltll, at Bar reeldjooe. W.l..th. oampu,... .i-Z-ZS Mr mTl H.roalB. Bdwara. and Alfred Oallaa, aged BO year M . tfc. MacdougaUl. Arthur Harolt BydMyli i,n., i... w,th thTubrd rfftwSt! 'oVKigb Osmet ir ever oameterr. Victoria. February 25. nvaiun rabruerv 31. U31. at her re.ld.noe, Vf.niwoitli BaUta. WlntliaaBlaabeta CofhraM. relict of tbo lata Joshua Oo.hr. na. and bawvad aaothar af Tost, ohrnwla, and Ada. OOItDtmoT-rebrnary tt. IIM. at Oamdej Dte. trlet Boepltal, Bonnie, beloved aon of Mr. and Mra. w. CorderoTTol Ud VaMorla-awaet, Dulwleh bull, aged ata year. OOBDtROT. rwirnary M, 1131, at Camden Dla-trlet HuapitaL Aaron OocU (Bonnl.l, dearly loved gr.naioo ofVtr. and Mr.. H. Cora.ro,. of Olen Ayr. Wedderburn, Canpoelltown, dearly loved aepbew of Hon, atd aut leera. OOHXBT. Master Tony, aged t yoara, eld.it aon of Maurtte Joaepn Coor.y and Babla Oooray, at Invereu, rabruary 3a, 1UL Burled yesterday, February 21. at Invereu. tmmm Bvbraanr M. at Jarrehdale. vrtstarn Auatrall. Allee "Topey'f), beloved wile of a O. CrMla. nd 7dest daughter of the lata Mr. aad Mra. Karr. la Urett. Merrylanda. DirnxrrisoB-Fabruary It, 1131, t Wooigar, Oanowindra, Ann, dearly beloved wife of Henry piaauaoa (lau of Buiuratl, agM tt yoara FXLTOrl avbruarr at 4 Frater.road, Fetr. tham, ABred Albert, lata of Keleo, eged to years. FOY-Pebraerr 18, at hU roaldenoe. Ball.ay-avenua, tKUrtndl, John Poy, ated to yoara. rajUTrtgnT FMiraarr tt, 131, at Ooaat Boa- Mtal, iv, Marie, dearly lored daughter of Mich and Ivy Flaimery, and loving enter of Moreen, J. kv.lvn. and Willie, aged II years. FMAN01S. February IS, at MclboorM, Ooorge OUborl. teerlr beloved brother of Harry, aged a wiiTaTBrju.Febrtarr tt. ltll. ,t Baersd rleart yloepiee. Herbert Jerwee Fri.trom. of Varra Bay. uu puldB&.tfln. dearly loved husband 7 veara. Frlstrom, aM 47 rears. OABRrArL. Fvbroary ig, 53 Ormond-straot, Aih field. Meey Oreo, beloved .Us i f F. W. B. OabrUL and lovlag mothar of Mr. O. Oabrlel and Mrs. S. Fartar. Soddanlr. FrtvavMy sasama. OAJtnftsm rr..ry t mi m bw raildence. DEATHS. OltJbfOM. Ptbruarv 30 1931. ftt SnU kblnft Domlolca Oonvvnt U-thfl-l. SUttr Marv Lucy 1 tuidawawifji in nanj iiui jtmT. in.vrroa on umiurumj, Hhnury tl, 1M1. ft. tht Clt.kUc Cmmy. KooA-moo4. JUulwMoM la p-vc. dene. Farnham-venu, lUndwick, Thompton Arthur DTJMU, Dimrir MlOViMI BOB Of Mr. TTtJ HXI. A. WVwBl- wood. 4a4 fefoilwr ol Ha. ' PrivsUif cnuud. O RIM WOOD Jebrtiiry 34, lWl,t fctr ml-denc, Ilughei-itrMt, Cronulla, Eva rlortnc Orlm- Orlm wood, and mother of Ivdaey. Vera, Leila, ftad I wvuu (nrtj ioniKD, uwmrij utjiuTwu wiim ai H AW COCK. Fabruary 30. at Duntof, Kdaa, widow of th lata Jama Hancock, aged 71 ta. incsON IHbruary 17. 131, at Araitdato. oopnia meKaoa, w:aoa or tni uta h.kt. bicuob. I.a.O., la her B7th year. HORSPIBXaD. February 37. at ft private hoapttal, Neutral Bay. Sarah, relict af tha fata John Bora- oaid, and mother al tha laU .Mra. H. O. BavUng. LAMBKIMMnitn M. al Brdna SltaJ. Norman Harry. dearlyloved husband of ertha A. lambfcta. aod daddy oi Mortaa loaa, asad let rcara. LAMBKTK Frtmary 3a. 1031. at Sydney Hotpl tal. Monnaa Harry. Mrs. O. Lambkin, aged 32 years. ori7-ioTwra son oi sar. and of 344 Foresl-road, Baxlay. LEACH. At SB HorthnraberlftndftTenua, Btanmora. Uonel sV, dearly beloved aoa of Alma, and Iwrtac I oi ouna, an Badly mlaacd. McKILLOP. Fabmary 37. U31. at bar raaldenea, w reviurws-aiTenu. vremome, Muriel uora, w loved wile of Otorfo A. McktUop, aad lev lax mouiaT 01 ey, AJec, ana AinAii. UrJrrUABvswhniBn vt loll nvt Kap Tvktridatnfta 30 Craabnink-avaaaia. Orenoroa, Murtal Dora McKilioo. baloToMl daviinrhLatr of tha lata Mshaxd Watkins, C I, and Mra. Freda Watklna, Raasera- awwisa. unaonia McMAHON. Fatoi-aarv SB. 1131. at aar reaidanaa. EfenuUmoa. O'Coanor-uract, Haberfiald. Hannah Mc&ftahon. late of Taree. beloved mother of Mary (Mrs. Davis). Clara (Mra. Cain), jUlco (Mrs. Bcul-lardj, aUuftbeth tMrt. Malcolm, (Lata (Mrs. Pay- , annit (Mrs. watt), ana William, aeccaaea. in nrid Vdtnvr. IntaMMd BmwMbcmI tory. areDruaxy n. MOORk Tbmr 9A. 1031. at Kabp idanAa. IS Ooidao Orovo-straot, Hadfera, Mary Agaea, ra- iCw oi aiona MooreLOi urange, aaa yeiinceai auia- ur ox tut lata mom as ana Mary oucue; , Boron ora, Oranga. MOORS.February 3d, 1331. a Boaasa. Xraw-oa. Melbourne, Beatrice, beloved wife of Charles L Moore, lovlno mother of Verna . deceased t and Lwna, ana wving iriooa oi nance auavia. sfotuu. MORTON.Fabnrary M, at his rasldoaeo, 13 husband of Henrietta. aaO iathar of Oavla. Llillas. Douglas, and Joan, aged m yoars; lata of Tootno Kent Brewery. MORTOiffFobrwary SB. at hla iroaldaiiaa. 13 1 Gardiner 's-ovanuo. Banltsla, Robert, daaxly lor ad 1 youngest son of UHlaa and th late Oorln Morton, I of 75 Forest-road, Axncllfla, and brother of WUUoja, I eitmu. ana rtwu. Rinmxa wbnaarv a. 131. tw Moweastl oaM- taL Patriot. Joseph (Faddy) IteviUe, dearly aolovod outdmn ot auco Swuen naviu. agaa a jwrnra laua- 1 danly.j RXP. ROBIN8OK.--FB0ruarv 17, 1S31. a Aoyal Koa- Wotaea naingtoo. no Sonoro Kothlooa lobliuoti. lata at ithrnaan. dturivlovad wtfa of I Ooorge, and fond mot bar of Kathleen. Lanoa, and I iwosiie, or 81 pefti tr t. lAetaanorat, agaa m yoara. oMqiiAsscat in sMtca. ,rv Sf. 1B3I. at I w ffostdonaa. Renry-street. Plvdock. Bleen Ivy, belored wtf of Frederick Rale, and mother of Nona an and Valeria, ana yoara. ftTAIX. Janaarv BS. . awa rimhii. Oftllfor. ata, Mary Biaaboia, and 90 mn. aearly lovod mother and mother-in-law of : mooai and Arthur I K. Hall, and granamotiier or ooraiama. sera, v. I rwvsr, uwTia, ana sawrrrn nmn. mM IU rj.ki.aa alat Mw a wlHaaawttawBwwaaa wl. astery. Lawson. Dam Mary Mildred Smyth, aged U years. ..r. VwMBL Pabruan tt- 1931. at Rorth Bvdnev. Percival Sidney, beloved husband of Bthel Josephine webber. OS wyong-roaa, cremorn. to an szna year. Brnsat Charles, dearly -loved husband Of Bthel May rates, aged 43 years. IN MEMORIAM, BAOKJt ottse. In loving memory of oar dearest mother. Florence Hannah, who departed this Ufa reoruary as. ires. Oflmv but not forsTottaa. Inserted by her lovlns oon and aaughter-talaw, narrr ana iron. BACKHOUSE. In loving memory of oar dear mother, Florence Hannah, wno passed away rvDru-ary 3B, 1036. Inserted by her loving dausbter, rnyuia. ana bob. AiDert. BAKTET.--In lovlns? memorv of owr door father. John Bark el, who departed this Ufa February S7. ikjoi, agea - cu years. ears, as 1! As long as life and memory last fl PTTIr'mPttar thfwl Inserted bv Charles. Floranoa. Arthur. Barold, aad Dorothy. BLACB3E. In loving memory of little Blllte, who went to sleep February 38, 1030. is ever forgotten. uuerira oy granny ana lemuy. BURTON. In loving memory of my dear wife and our darling mother, Lucy Ann, who passed away ar ajwi umij Ood's greatest gift Remvmbranc. For her. sweet rest; Inserted by her loving husband, William Henry, and family, .Alfred. William, AUc. Lucy, and Nellie. OOixrEH,-.In lovlnr meirrory of my dear daugh-1 tor ant. our lUter. Dorrto, who dtparttd Uxit us nonitry im, ivkmi. Hearts that loro yon dearly Are tha onto that never ti iTaiertsrrJ by her lovtna mother. and iroUir-uila. and alto bar on. SUymond. rt .1 T VT tn iMlaa raawim a e. atww .taaaat Dorria, died February 28. 1928. Alwayi rrmambtTM oj nar iuvuitj irwao. .uoert MQioa. OOOPKR. In loTjrif memory of our dear fattier. nanry tinaueu cooper, aiea Marcn l. lavi. To-day raeatle ud memtnie Of a lored one Rone to reat, tnd tlwaa who think of htm ta-day Are those who loved him beat. Inserted by mother and Alf. OOTTsTR. Tn loriDf memory of otrr daar mothar. Inserted bv her lovlnff dsuehter. Lliv. Brjn-lai-la. joe. ana rranacnuaren, bod ana tturisn, Ray. CUIfltlNQHAltt In lovlns; memory f oar dear lUMr. wno passe away Marcn 1. ibzt. Ton or not for .rotten, father daar. Nor vlQ you ever be; Aa km as Ufa and memory last, Wt will ramtrmhtyr thee. &usrted by loving daughter and aon. Maggie a DOKOVAJf IB lortng gMtaory of my dear wife) sod oar mother, Falttntarv SB. 1B3 miiT, woo acparvvq wtm uic 1937, age 37 yei are. RIJ. trim en. umva i said we'd i mlts you. Toitr words hava i ni iiitd trvi true. Fr wa hava lost. , rat heaven has gained. One of the beat this wstrld erntaltied. Intarted by her loving haaband and daughters. DCbNO V A N .w In kvvlBa asssaorv of our dear Krnllv. ana noruary aa, ibzl innrTTi by mother, Uly, DOMOVAN. In torlria mamorr of our dear nleea. atmily, who paasad away .rabruary 3ft. 1927. Xn- sartad by aunt. Low. and tMle, Harry. DOTJZARD. In tovtnfl mawjery of my dear iauah-t. who diad rawnary M. 1823, agtd 33, RXP. Beautiful memories left behind Of a loving daughter, true and kind. Inserted bv her sarrowlna mothar. sister, arm. Tea ay. DOYT.S Tn lovtnv memorv of our dear twothtr. Mary Ann Doyle, who dewrtad this life Pebruary 27, l2ft. inserted by her krvlog sons. WiB, and ElfOAlXv-ln lortnc insmnry of my dear wife, and or motnar, wno psawea away stsren i, iwd. Pood are tb ties that are broken. , rvatau lai fctaa, avrLat Lixavi, la arone: In memory we will keep you, dear Motkwr, Aa lAnta ata Oat vtaaura mil an. Inserted by hex lovlns hasosnd and family. PAVKLla.In loving itenari of our dear son. ira- Bw r:?. -" uw mt f"t- as it dawns anotner year io-iisbt: InwrIM bi hl.li.ln. oMSher? father. alsUr. and brMhar-la-lav. . . vnaTmrtAM Tn Irvrln mamarv of OUT dean memory of rr loved son and brother. Jack, who departed this wno daparu. uie life pebruary an, ibjo. agea years. Asullv mlaaed. inserted by bU loving fsthsr and sisters, Mary ana vera, asm 4aun.1v Maggi. FTNNIOAN. In loving memorv of dear Jack, who departed this Ills Psbruary 28, 1930, aged 39 years. WOO. DUt nod IUI StUbVOIU. Inserted bv his remamberlne friends. Mr. and Mrs. ewney ana tamiiy, ana nm oonus. PtANAOAIt.-4a (Ming memory of out deer sister and aunt. Annie Flanagan, who dsnarted tnis me reoruary as. ivvv. Tears may go and time may fly. Every leaf may fade and die. Every rising sun may set. But you, dear Annie. 1 will never forget Inserted by bar lerttsa; brother and nephew. OEM ELI. In sad and torlac memory of our dear son and brother, Hugh Leekle, who waa aesldanuuy killed J rwroary z. mo, in nie lew year. Bare in ui. arsoa or jesus. tesertwt brotbers. by aB laater, another, swter, OTJBIi-4n Irring memory nf my dear hftsband ana our ratner, jonn inomu, wno aioa rvo 28. 1930, laser ted by ws loving wile family. raijxt Tn lovlna i-smemhranes of mf dear hus band and oar fattier aad grandfather. William Andrew, who de Darted this 1 me February at, 1,30. Peace, perfect oeace. Inserted bv his sorrowing who ana aon oarVEniera. ana granacnuaren. lUrtBONvw In loTlne memory hns- aland, and our father, Bkmry Hanson, who to ftassed lasMTted away Pebruary 39, 19U. eaaiy mLtwiea. by his lot lag wUa and taaily. If AWKES. In loving memory of our dear mother, who psMoa away ssarcn i. wjv. Oone. bat not Jorgotten. Reg. Tl.. and family. MAwttan -tn BBvin msainn of oar daar mother. who passed away March L1930. Inserted y her loving son ana uufiivfr, vmiiw wta awvsr. , HAWKES In loving memory of oar dear asother and grandma, who dvpailod life March L 1930. lruertMl bv nr Jaak loving asuinier, iess, sma grana on. BlUy, Jaoa, Wl 'red. mi. RXNB88. -In loving memory of our little te lUfh- ter and sister. NerUlae. Blaine, tilled Psbruary aft. 92ft. .... 1 at unn in t. ataiwaan lASBTrteel bv hse aavlaei mother and father. Mstora 114 Ditrvnviav trjeiaVT. In lovlne memorv of mv desi wife sorted ay feet lovloft hasband. , MORTON. In loving memory of my dear ntother. who dopartea tnis lire rrorussy as, dWava.. sertea oy ner raving eoa, wirae. , HUOHES. in loving taestory of ray dear wiis, i ar mother, who passed away March a, 193 To-day recalls sad memories Ota loved Me gone tn rest: ( , And though wa bams you sadly, i nrktl ahnneht that It wvlb rvaatv Inserted aa her lorlae husband and ehfldrea. sons-in-iaw, ana granacnuarsn. JAOOB8VN. In loving mewiorr of mil dear mouier, wno passea 'away rvoruary are, avju. n- serted by her daugmer arva aon-ia-uwi Orga. and grandson, Albert. JAOOBSEN. In loving memory of 8S! mother, wno passa away rwroary n, raPtYv In loving Mwmiftry af je .wgpter-SBTtd eesese. - UtHm wwa $ sssid ft- raaiy tft. 193ft. agea n yea re. 's area awn gin n i3ftSsSjlw2: IN MKMORIAM. lORIfSOir. In lovlm tntmarv af mar " - I band tad fatber, lrwielt Sdwaxd Johnaaa. wba Tail kmdt aCntrbury-road, punlia, an If area 1. 1 7rv-vrt noiu a tatniiw pwiuia. Which Miliar taara mow tnna tsfta It'l ft Dletur af mi dtamr hLiaharul. Who was takan anil aam tuva hm MadamTBBtl. I Insert atf bv hla lovlna trlia. Uallv. antt I BUaaa. aad p.oOiar-Uwg U Marpaf I JOHNSOff. la lorlnc marnorr af tnv fiaar i and our brother, lTancU Sdvard, who vaa al 1 dentally kjllad March 1, 130. It tl a aad da Tt ti a lad day to recall: When wm loat our dear ton aad wnxbm, II waa the saddest bio of alL The and was audden. the shock aevem Wa lltlia UuMiBiht Aim mA u biaartawd fa BIb) iMitlmT - alatBtM aVBVal there, sUtr-ln4aw, Xna, and pal. Chip. JONES. In lorlnt memoir of oer daar aaa and I ormnvr, ncroer. noau. wao aparvao tats iarj sa. IBM. On for tha toueh of a vanished hand. And thai SAUfiai 14 aV IawlaM thai I: tal .Ull Mother. KFJLTnfO.-Sairtal ta tha nnutrt sf ea dear I husband and our dear father, Tbonaa Keating, who I deported thU Ufa February 3d. 1034, Xaaartod I l nu iovin wm and lamiiy. KEXOAK In lovlns memoi orv of wiv daar eUuahtor I hd sutar. Mona Keogaa. who departed this lift I FgavrnArv sa loaa. atooa, your sweos mamonea wm uoawr sm wtw. Tim train rWkl rhAvnir tham tim truM. brother-la-law. KIR. In lorlna aumorv of but door bob and oar brother. Jo; who departed this 111 February I xa. iHdto. aaair mtssaa oy brothers, and aistara unas sotnoft; lrwrra .Tn ttwina manar af anr daar father and I avowar( roa, upinca wiia 111 rvcwtauw , i. A ! in our Lhanuehta. Tnsortod 07 lorfng daughtar, Mary, aad atst Bitar. LXTAT. Ta lavmsr wiemorv of .foha Kalt. Who I aapertod this life February 38. 1H7. lniertad by I hla tlatar. Kata Pyle, nleoat, Oraco Allan. Orace uwyer, auo w. x. arwyor. KING. In lovtna? memorv af ar daar winer. wao leu asiaap nDrsirr . SB. IS!. la- rica by bar avvias austaaa uav rnfO-In lovlna memorv of Mr dear arothov (naa PugsJey). who passed away Fobraary SB, 1S3S. I svovoa m ill, noaeuraa m aeawi, A Paw.iitiftil wnamitrv la Bill m havts IfartL Teaaiw wg d b, aiApa taar tat.iawatab aaaajd bMbfIbSBW 1 taw. am at ana too uiveuo. kdcciw-Ib Bovlrur Bvetnerv of arv daar wtfa. t aaairica aans;, wno passea awar wvwumrj m, aow. wnai wouia i giv nr nana wo wasp. Her door, sweet faeo to see; To hear again bar loving vole. That meant so much to ma. She patiently toiled lor taosa so lovod. And left tu ta remember. Ineorted by hor lovias hosbaad. Prod. ktjvo. m lovlna men orv af my darting wtother I neauieo Bins' wao paaawa swiy wwrmr X anon aroam a ywa, mwar. And kiss your loving brow; Wat In my aching boart X anew 1 hava no mother now. Shit vour volea aveavi oontlV l tVUS3viiri nm pv. aiati misw. At th and of your life' great batUo IrU ba watching and waiting for yon. I fcworted by her loving only da ugh tor, Biatrial, I aan-ln-law. Jack, and Baby Betty Lowndes. I w-nfCT. In aad hot lovtn memorv of oar tstar. Beatrioa, who dspArted lata Ufa February ivjo. How eonstantly wa- tfetab of ywa, dear Baaj With eyes and heart that fill; Th love wo had for you la life Xa death la stronger still, Tim cannot alter that love aa trwa, Always so good, unselfish, and klaat Wts tea t Vi I. MplS lup avaa n all tj fWef fhatrted bv bar lovlna bIsmts and brotaar. Jjntte. I Minnie. Harry. I - ' - --.- 1 B...k. . iiTai: . Ti' Ti I iiusuaitVI. BlllU our aBUlBT, AllTCfw. WiUP lawVWMB BWSJ I (CUIIiaif aW. afV. Tnaartad bv ttla tnwlrft, ifg. atMbtswa. 1 saiw. auia iTMuuiUwicai asaw A. naau. LAlTDELla8.w In aad and lovta iiianiniT of anllira. a "tn ainr pbIbUvm uut (rlands dear hueband. Sebbtt (8yd.), who d departed this lift and, February SB, 1930. Inserted by his torlng wife. BUI Undelli LAWS In loving memory of my dear bwsbaad. out rawer, aaa eraiMiauiar. Benjamin wyaaay, warn oopariaMi wiia ute rworuarj aww. aUJ ray wniir nours oi HaiDBiruj, Thought of you. Ben, are always neej Loved, remembered, loosed for always. au i wwm sis wwau, mvimif jwmtm. Inserted br his lonelv wife. Sis. and childroa and granacniiaren. LEI. AJle. died F-jbruarv 28. 1033: Me. dud Marcn l, lWdlT. inaertea oy insnr lovmg aaraaH. LOCSIWOOD. -In lovlnf memory of my dear hus band and our father, who departed this lire Feb- um teirud lw b Imint ttlf od 17- uwertoa oy nm iwvmaj wue sn lamuy. MANNINO. Tn loving memory of dear Pearl, wt who passed away March 1. 1095. Inserted by her loving father and mother, and Fiorrie rrid ana lamuy, oi jaaseos, MANNTZ. tn lovtns memory of oar dear aether. Mar nvron Utnnlt. vtui Dasaad awav Februarv 2 nyron staa asrfid 71 1026, aged 71 rears; ana our anr erwwiwr, ussiiifj John Manalx, 14th Battalion, who died February it ioi arl M wara R.IP. Inserted bv their loving sons and daughters aad brothers and sisters. MONKCOU. In lovlna memory of Am ... ajr.wli. Wllr BBPtdt mbbauI MM UafWrl 1.1 i9m. Wa greatest giit-remembrance. . In- , wno aarted by bar foad parents, grandma, ana aimaar. UQiViNET In memorv of our mother and out father, died February 20 and 27, 1923 end 129. Mrm. AlWIMCm ud FAlsTLT, Of t7 Taylor-Inserted by their daughter. Ivy and Birdie and ,ttraet. Owlinist. TKANK ail relatives and MULQTjraw. Tn lovlni memory of my dear wffi. May. and our mother, passed away Iwbraery 3ft. 1930. Inserted by her loving hasband. Mlahsel. end children. Ronald and Joyce. titwAiitiM vt nw taaarmtw-a tit arv tffaav daughter and our sister, who passed away fvinsiy a iqia uauieu men ox twui, Bsve mercy on her soul. Inserted by her loving mother and fane, and Alios. rVTOTOTJ-i. In memorv of r father and ftrassa. fatber, William Charles, died Pebruary aa. 1930. Tis sweet to ne ramemoerea. And a pleasant uung to nna. That though you may be absent. Ton still are keot In mind. Tnaertrd bv his eon. Mortimer. Lacy. IvkeJlr, grandchildren. WIUHTIWOATJ. A trfbuU of love Va ftha memory of my dear daughter and our deer sum. mm, who departed this life Fsbruaxy aa, ira. ia memory a coiu..b,uv muueu., Vaaar al arlldrr. aUlrTftW. ..a. law. Baab. aaoMmnn. MrBttBer. SafPwV a Batik- shank, brothers. Bob. Will Dave, 8yd, and stater, stay. PABOOal-Tn lovtee sastnory of my dear has sad. John, died Pebruary 3ft. 1925. 10 mmorj VT?w wwa. wrrwv. i.. m.ow m, tmr wtfa. KlUyTwh. dTpartid-thls uf. rMbra.ry It. " tnaerted br bar loving husband. FTRaOTT. Tn n but Ion nf raaaorrat Bjdlisy OMrga, wh. paaard away Maroh 1, 1VJ. ylDirm.-lB lovtet meniory C ffMdla, drewBed In oook's Rrver. March I, 1930. Btsertad sw im ana audi mmin. i g i i irnnn a tribute of love) to the WasaMey sd my darltnc wife and dear motlisrDulcle Jean, who departed this Ufe Pebruary 38, 193a A beatrtful memory left aW Lrvvrtne eaHf afW BBB gtbf awat. a . iZ-A wm Im Btwii Kata armliaatafl r- ik. tua. IVa WB&.14 wntalnawrt- mserted by her lcrlng hasbar and little gow. Jack and Alan. .MVWBfTBT Tw imrtne memory of bt dear wtfa and mother, who passed away Fvorwary wa svam ws. aew voti simklnc. Mother dear. Anri wmtAhed voa fade away. Oed alone knows bow we mlea yosj. Jet (Iva vaara toda. ! Prd ."r."1""? .lT'Z 4vT.T' Ailiawainda " . .... i iOTj.ARrj. m loving memory or oar oarnne ... 'SiintL huiuf Jaute FolUrd. nl7 -orv oarltat I mnOil.uatil.r. Ifaseiuay. aoeldentalty drowned i. i,jg. atvd 7 year, ana it avaaiaa. A 'taftely' thought, a sUent tear. Keen ber sasmory aver. dear. Inserted by bar loving grandmother. "rwto. BANDsrHB. IB nvrng raewwry or war oy v-, ho nepartad this Ufe, JbruaryJbJ. ltao. ,JSf53 vlier loving son and dasshter-la-law, Idlk BAHDERft tn lovtnf memory of smr dear motamj . ?.A.Tn" '"r.r..l.jKri, .v elder daughUr and -.",! h.miTr.7 February 3. 1TB. Insert also brothers and sister, Alio. .a, i.io. inmn T" "f rr'-Ti sister, nonaw, w..rt, w awrr Tn avorlaathut ramembrane of father, earywhe Wma Thm amonast na. Voa ar em la wr .thoaghta. And Ihoeo ywa Mfl bonin yaw suu aaeniy jwriyoiu mss. Always rsmeb.rd by u. krnag aa-iwaw, .M.a A-m tmmrmmem f M OeAV TrTkaW band. James, wno chop wn'r?yr7g. T."! SO, vm we y wife, Clara. gjrjTXIVAH.-bI fond a-fW af ear fgg M year. inasrud b,"httJsnd ISthbtr ul aon-la-hr.. fOal and Boraoa w.uoo ano granoonnoxm. Doris, jean, ana on February rt. sane, ay nna. vwrie p. .T. .aaaed away Fi lovlna aiotnar TTLST, In lortng memory tar awar Basbaaa and lovtnt father, saara luer. who ussssd away rsbmary 3ft. 193ft. R-I.r. r'oddoet' wffcw. ta. X often sit and thtnk of you When 1 ia aU aloas. But BAknown to the worlft Toa stand lw our sWea And whisper, dsar lored mm. biaerted by hU Urvliig wilt aa4 bob. Harry Tflof . , i ,i . m a... taeaar JSSnarTauri fibrrT ilewirtwt id VMS all hlg.wa; a mm t. the aaa wl . Ml.nt abard at atliiwv . u eadty toMho sa-aar. Fmm. pl.vi riw, ta Oann. and arandsona. hurt, aad BraM. wArtanaiw Mengnv. n . "-."jj - ad norrre to. WAKraAM;-Tr mjjvw jwr nv; - lwwjrla." 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Tha old concectlon of a revolutionary as a fanatical and im. pulslve dreamer la obsolete. Cold cal dilation Is tha essence of their strmtetry. Lenm and Trotsky have related that when they were In London, mora than twenty years ago, they and their assocl atea used to dine In a cheap under ground restaurant In Bono, and, after the meal, repair to Lenin's lodging, There they would labour at their plan far into tM night, forweeing and pro vuimg against every rxiasible eontln gency with all the careful attntlon to detail which a general staff bestows on Its scheme of operations against potential enemy. In that dingy bed' sitting room in Bloomsbury history was made and a proud Empire doomed to extmctlon. In it was hatched the plot, the authors of which were to become masters of all the Russlas. But there waa to ba no precipitancy such as led to the failure of the rising of 1905. Hav thg elaborated his programme, Lenin was content to bide his time, and, even when it waa clear that the hour had arrived, he had no lntantlon of dissipat ing his energy. Let the Menschevlks clear the ground. Kerensky has told In his memoirs how, after the revolu tlon of March, 1017, he and his col leagues worked round the clock, but "somehow never seemed to get anything done." The reason was that they did not know what they wanted to do. Lenin was under no such disability, Everything was cut and dried. Every thing went according to schedule. The machine ran without a hitch, lubrieatad with the blood of hecatombs of victims. However, the control of Russia Itself at only a stage ia tha fulfilment of the Bolsheviks' designs. They were aware that a Communist enclave in a bourgeois capitalistic world would be at a disadvantage. It was to their mtarest that other countries should go the way of Russia. But, quit apart from any Question of rtptdlency, they look upon themselves as tha prophets of a new order, and their mission is to demolish society as it is at present con stltuted. In Professor O Libert Murray's phrase they are "raalwvolarit satanlsta' whose creed Is destruction. Hence pro paganda, unremitting and ubiquitous, la a cardinal plank In their policy. Dlselpeaa from all oar the globe flock to Motxow to reserve tristructlon. M. Zlnovlev, In denying that Russian sedl tlon-mongers had been busy In Ger many, remarked with cynical frankness that tht Soviet had no need to aend Its subjects abroad whan it had trust worthy emlasarles of every nationality, The evidence of their activities Is overwhelming. The anneal import of the Director of Information in India men tions that a messaga to Russian agents had been intercepted laying down tha tactics that should ba adopted to suborn tha hitherto anreeponsrve peasants. It waa: "Tint disturb their placki eon "tentment, and then Inculcate ia their 28. 1931. "mtnda th principle, of Commnntsra." Tha report added that tiro renegade Englishmen In the employ of the Soviet were Implicated In the tioU in Bombay and Betiarea. But there U no need to rely upon possibly prejudiced sources for testimony. The mlschlef-maken of Moscow are convicted out of their own mouths. At a recent trades-union eongrees, If. Tomaky openly boasted that Communist agitator had had a hand in every serious strike from Oslo to Hongkong, and from Lods SeBttto. It is sometimes Brsued ttuit this pro ruuranrla la inwnirl and financed hr the I Third International as distinct from th. soviet Oorernment. and that Uie iBHr caanoa us nera bccouuvbdw iot the doings Of the other. That is sheer What B Government per- mlta It condones. Went a revolution- I ary association, with headquarter. I London, BTOwedly to conspire to bring about the overthrow of the French Government, the Trench Government amuld ennaidar that the British authorl- Ues were guilty of a grossly unfriendly ... ... 7t JT,7 ..,. ... ' act U they did not promptly take steps to suppress the organisation and punish the delinquents. The Soviet connives at the misdeeds Of the Third Inter- national or it would dissolve It And there is no doubt that this Insidious poison is having its effect, especially In Australia, which of all countries should be least susceptible to It Proof can be found at every turn. There are sinister developments in our Industrial and pub lic life which were quite unknown before Moscow disseminated Its sub versive counsels. Strikes are not new things, but basher-gangs are. More over, strikes are arranged more scientifically than ever before. The men are called out at the precise moment when the cessation will do most harm. Thus, for several years eniccesalvely, shipping waa held UD tn the hebzht Of the tourist season. The persecution of unemployed vwimwiia.ii, hi. vmmou. uwuuuowawvue in me streets are not west ana we other phenomena to be traced to Bol- shevlk influence? The evil goes even further. Men In Important positions advocate Inflation, repudiation, and confiscation, expedients stamped with the red brand of Moscow. BRITISH PRESS REPORTS. No leader in Australian public life would say that the British Press de- llberaKly distorts facts SO as to Injure Australian credit, or reduce Australian prestige. Australian affairs are too to- tlmatelF bound up with the affairs of Great Britain, and there Is too much at atalra In Anat.ralla TVi. af..mwr. n Lord Rothenner., which Is published this uuMiuug, wiuiuuuciua uutb uiic news- papers which he controls In Great Britain are replete with sympathetic ..,.-. , ,T.i. .. reierences to Australia, is no more than What IS due to the British people. They hava invested much money In Australia and have done yeoman service to push on our development. For that sym pathy Australia la grateful. That re ports from this part of the Empire should cause perturbation in Great Britain and should produce nervousness among Investors Is natural. Bo long as the reports fairly present the proposals of the different sections of the community and the decisions of the political parties In adopting or rejecting those proposals no exception can be taken. But we have the right to aak that, when a proposal of a sensational character damaging to Aus- trallan credit in Britain or hurtful to Australian prestige Is given prominence. uie report, 01 ui rejection 01 uie pro- posai should be given equal prcimmence, SO that the harm done by the one re- port Should, as far aa possible, be over- taken by the other report. That equal treatment Of sensation, and Its contra- diction which is .not sensational, we hava not always got from Lord Rother- mere's newspapers. An Instance Is given In the footnote to his cabled mn't;day- UnKual treatment of news m that manner does not aid the British investor. Australia desires no nnn. ,. . . j n t,., j, m iw ih-iiib account 01 wnat events tne British Press deems will interest its readers. Though she does not take part in the In ternal politics of Great Britain, she can and does appreciate any movement to provide a larger market for Australian products. Any aid that Lord Rother- mere and Lord Beaverbrook, through the newspapers Which they control, can M4TAas.. uiuTiucu iais.it vAia irriuao ox urc- rarssTiM nt rvr mnnia Mawiahhi worsen the condition of any body of citizens In the countries of the Empire, Made at the present time, when there to SO much discussion Of the Indebted- nesa of Australia, the declaration of I Lord Rothermere that he Is entirely In favour 01 tne cancellation or war debts 1 , . . . . . . vwvwcu uie cuiMueusii uiernuerB ox tne RrlrJah CAmmnnw7aa1f.ri ravrloa .. ana,. that Australia desire, a can- cellatlon of her war debt owing to tha Rrirlah rWaminant Th. ........ tlon to entirely uriwarranted. No Minis ter In Australia, no responsible poll ucian, nas suggestea anytnmg or the sort. By making his declaration at this time Lord RoUiermera to not helping either Australia or Great Britain. Aus- .k. - . , wuvciou hi. war sur 1101 uwn defence, and a great majority of the people OI AUgtraiia, WS ar. Convinced, do not desire that part of the burden which Australia incurred to help In defence of the Empire, should ba removed from her and thrown on the British people. It to true that tha Allies regarded tha war, aa Lord Balfour pointed out, aa a great co-operative effort with a common object In view, the attainment of International freedom. ... t.. v. MH. tu u.a. uu wui. wi. amie vj hku wvwfu. meat to its eo-aUlea were made, not for States, But for a great purpose Common to them an. ltecogrdtion of tha im plication of that copartnership with common oojeci, it inat aeoxs OX one Oov.mment to another may be can- called, but the cancellation must be general. Particular cancellation would throw an unbearable burden on the corurtntlng Creditor. Many British rBiopla eonsldn that Great Britain ba been so evviburderied through her can- eemtion of large parts of th. French Boo iieuisui arai. snvni-sHnpir. can- Mnatlm wmnlit arlrl tn ahai BHflah Bnr. den. Tha proposal for general can" cellatlon must tn dweeney come lrom tha twtrtral eredltor. When that pro- poaal la mads, than wm be the oppor. ivmlbw fe. tjmA Rotheimaie'S effective Tl" BWtJxaiBBWW. WUwSWVW taatlwaaj'. CITY ELECTRICITY. Decreased Consumption. INCREASED EXPENDITURE. Tna City BootrlcUy Dacartmwnt his guf- rend a period of gtafnauon rnpajrajiebM 1U Blatory. Durlnr tha thrw Man auoX ins, the capital wzpentttturt Incnaaad by 6,43,70. niiHnw 109A th. linn.... mm low , tt.vn,iU. Tho year in ahowwi an lncraaat lot orar C 1,000.00, aad durtac 1N0 then ag another inerwaa of c l.froo.eoo. IB his report trpon tha ctparatlona of the uZZ.VT .Tt trZ C L noma the srowth ta the Quantity of elm trlclty told would hare enabled the council cany this burden of capital e-pendtturt instead of the galea of .lectrlclty CtTo off - depment tocUl' Tha ..nrrai tim of th. ontn.. . that, -Ira a tea or fifteen per cent, increase tn the eonaumpUon of current, pronu vrauid reauit. .J?L hrter!!?! caU that electrical current Is suppUed to houae holder, ot at , rata cheaper than la any part of the world. Recent comparuona for instaoot show that whereas the averai rata charred la New York to amallor ragldential eoniumarg it a per unit, tht rat. for a similar elaaa of con sumer to Bydney average, one penny leag. PERSONAL YTCX-MEOAL. Hb Xxeellenev tha Onnmnr mtimAA w Ueutenant-Ooaunander 0. M. a. outord. a D.O returned to Sydney yesterday morning from aa official visit to Ooonabarabran. Hlg Excellency the Oovemor entertained a number of guests at luncheon at Government uouae yesterday. Hla Excellency tha Oorernnr rexavhmd Ur J. P. Corder, Commtwrtoner for Malta, at uovvniinen, nous, yegwroay. Sir Oenrn tSarea. Wader of tha OrjcoarlVxi J?" 8n,. " Hotel Metro- Mr. Justice Latin Varnd Jd la Bk- ruptcy) wm ware Sydney w4u.ht for Mel oaurnt. I Brttdieaaenaral H. & Bart hat HHSLJJt J!ZZJ?!2 2!222tr! colonel s. & Allen. BilsatUer-aeneral Hart commanded oat of tht Mew Zealand brigades tn France. Mr. K. J. O. Tmmm. accountant at the Redfem branch of the Ooounerelal Banking Company of Errdnev. who hat been promoted to the peti tion of manager of the Moruya branch, was entertained by client and friends at the Red-fern Town Hall yesterday afternoon, and pre sented with a tmoaert outnt. Mr. A. K. Moors, Premier of Queensland, arrived In ftvrlriav from Canberra veatardar morritog, aad left for Brtoban avtt Bight, I Mr J H. Daviea. lata Oornitilatlener of tht 22?.? TESSLf&JS eating towards recovery. vtr h j. rialn. of tht Rrd coonell't ttaff, wu antartalncd br tha eouricll emDloyeea. and fSrtT0 i appointed town ciera. Tht Rev. T. O. Paul, rector of Bt. John's. Camden, who iyntiy Jrwnt a ttrioug operation at 8t Luke- privatt hoapital, la now Saving satisfactory pngrett. - F. oregory Roberta, a graduat. of Sydney Unrrorslty, who at at prnent ta ang ler, a aoing pon grnuuat. ww, wu.vv. w the effect that he ha been granted the Diploma of Ophthalmic Medlclna and Burgery (DO.M.8.) by tht Royal Collet of Physician and Surgeon, tmgianq. RELIEF TAX. Income from Investments. SEPARATE ASSESSMENTS. In tha naat ftw day many ptrtont hav. received from tb Pll ?'! I OUtlia lUf Ullwjssiptwaavw ' a. -at srrl I. Ka a a-iittthataMlnS? UUt I had deducted from their saiariea each pay day, flrgt, m tna e, ano, latusrw, 1 -.. .tmn rvtr. u.. Man on) explained yesterday that this reprt- aented tax on tncom. other titanMlary or J?iniaL'T onal exertion and est) tor Inveatraentt Jjould S ttobirS been deducted from the csoo. JFlZ'ES'. 'JrLrSJ month of tht year and 1 for tht remaining dlffleuH te Mtlrn.t. how much we than receive," aaid Mr. McMahon. rhe bai not coma up to expectation, and. I in aooinon, many wno .navw on 1 .ni now out of wore ana eanno par. ANTI-INFLATION. MEETING AT MANLY. BDeaklraT at a wU-ttndad aatln of tht AnU-lnnatkm League at afanlr last night, Mr. a w itirtftvn. eharteraol aeeountarit. laid that tht policy of repudiation of contract, a nruiclDles OI DOOSaSiy in pnamras. ai ar, b iaanar uuhibii. nt to auaarjav uiat aw waa ww nV, trTth. bum teVpwpi. ahoaid not rtfutt (0 par taxation. Mr. Lang had aug- I l-a at ' ..Aaa Wawa44al1 jrTiZ than to tend it oversea to pay her debt. If instead of paying tame to tha Government. wlTsI,umJ?. Jr" 5.7. V, I no difference whatever. What waa aanct for the goote should bt saute for toe gander, I rnntinuino. Ur ButtereU ald that Mr. .r'M rT'S Inttreat ptrotntag on loan. The oon tract, however, had bten tlgned, sealed, and da- llvavarl. ttueh a eouraa would amount to hiah way robbery. Mr. Lang had do been returned to power on .account of any oonstructlv policy I nromL- Vnd nromised. Now that bt waa in powtr, tht fulfuiment of the. 1 prcrai ZEFu ioru of their forebear to bt undon by permitting I that ata. nr afTatra tn entltlnwa. Tna BWODUI 1 .7 1 , . .k. I pouuciant wtrt mad to reaiis that, the OOner wrauo an. wnunary iwowvor, RETURNED SOLDIERS. x Problems of National Finance. CAirBUlRA. rriday. The jrrafioial mth Wale br omanatina from tha New south branch to tall a wrmftrenot si Cattbtrra of reprsaenUtlvea tlon isatesatgrl with prrmary lnduatrkaa, and fftatt branehi ittvat of au eraaaaia- I Inftuatraaa. turned aoidim' Lagu, to discus Auttraiia'a nnancuu pcaiuori ana wwr of tb Federal capital territory branch of tht - 1 Bturna BoKutrt- ur ia, rugnv a trTi, m a r-uc bSyT rneooiing witn quruon. inai dm not ouuoMu .l"! reeder,' rd TaivTlo th rutuon m a um of dtftteuity it wa tbtir dui' JSL,2.i.. .u. ---a. . . I turned oMler to Join ornnlaatlon which Iwer ormoemed with their Industrial eeeupa- SiSd' b t oatrthtn. of nolitical rjarUa ana the victim JM JStt mat U tnay wart to Ma organ ImUocm ciavad with their oIUrat. wtwthar of I ZJnglLtLlrf!l th good ot tn country. KmiiiaSIiun) toieVZiooSt- . aud in th rdrai criTTwiVtory mBC Jvm i to aarrtl tmotntmants pntmrMm SOwlwW lwB BOt " lww WaSWIaV BOLSHEVISM. Methods Exposed. , SCIENCE OF REVOLUTION. In tht great French poUUcal arrlew a. an anlrJB vm. publUhed la July, 1921, detailing with b!T mau knowledge the method, and procaiurT -the High Command- it U Urmaa-t! Ruatlan Revolutloo of 1.11. a tarXil. of the article It given In "VmammTZ ofBctal organ of the Sydney Chanbti J 0a. mero.. n Drmg, out clearly and vtvkrj. eggentlal unity of the BoUharlk pbuTiku originated with Lenin, and hat at. mZ extended virtually to aU the eountrlgg of u world, with the object of bringing about , world-reroiutlon. without which tht Bovu gyatem In Ruuia ig doomed. The primary charactarUUe of BcWbrrlaB.' write the unnamed author, "la that tt 1. ts pergonal work of a few leaden, who art mmri OaUy teehnlelang, and who have auo ttudy of tht aubject." They bare tada. evolved a eclence of revolution and rl cold-blooded telenet It le. Lenin iUJT: the central Idea of hit gelenee when hiwnll 'eo?1 1 not P"Pre revohiltea. It It the people who must be put thrmuh. wurje of preparation In order that thev.! . . r . lne courag of preparation haa Si The "General SUff" of the Rtatttn Bevela. tlon, according to thtt rmter.totoe Thw international, which hat now ieSmiSi IU main obleeta. In U10 tnoi " the Russian people by the High EmOU eonttstlng of uned VrlSSl uit force 01 the Red Army. The ouneeml dlrecu th. 1 revolutionary etTort lnJEJ Prance, and other countries of Eurer m as n countries far removed from lurop. T"iS Bohev X organlgatlon." gay. th writer! a literal copy of the great mtij, J" the Hihomnrandnd "M! the HI h Command. It tht govern In. 15? tha r.n..c;.ri -..-r"' ' ... . - W m direct th. revolutionary ericrt V 1 Bab) orenurn all tot govemnxnts of o. old drill. tlon. In tht -Third totirnaa3 there are Department almi to There Is MlnXl. "!H wnicn oouecu from tha itvi. r?!",1.'1 ".'.TP " nry iioUUotlS tlon In every country, and a rDaru5ri. OperjUona. which di'wTup th? p?2 t carried out with precision by tht trooca. which Indicate the opporUinlty, uS S mtthod of action. The author reergta aw menu captured In England Md SnS.S tag th. txlstenot of the thrXiraS alao an txtentlva system of osplonajaT A CENTRAL PiMVfiTPT.i! year or ravoiutlonary a wuh w ui HiGiiu. nu nun MAj. . .- ... . It tverv attemnt tmZinZ,!J2!&! " MiBta-atq oz ffxpeaiuna? ellCCftaS." vtwm , uumjo vu msur Meanwhllft. of muh 1. .u w. . " denied even in th. r.. rjt 7UZ IgSrlrnce'! reTOluUonlu a .. a. aataaat wivu Vairj ntunea oz uw 1 tons holdlna th. chief r.,. uC-TL1 Chamber of rn..ti- .KT.. Omxmunlgt. f heir name and their functa Communist are given. Some ar, mptorf In forming "celta" In Industrial concerns, Mm -i" --""m ..ro uuiwan among corporate boua ?nd.i?!S Peasantry. It Is aU very methodJuL M. Dorlol member for the Seine, hadchur. of the work In the Frenoh colonies. Com. munlsm In Pari hat It own press, KxabiT X-Humanlte." Along with thi InstrKUor. sent to the Communist agentg In foreign wun. 7 ..uu ang money, "it . ren p,25ile: wr,te this authority, "that betel J"hcrllng the raid on th. Arco oOceTus Brltlih Oovernment made some distinction ta. tween propaganda and actual supplies for revolutionary action; that la to say, between its. Ing moral encouragement to the British mtotn and supporting them with foreign money." It lg to bt noted In Australia that tht dt. Patch of arm and money from Moan, a Bolgherlk agent in foreign countries m sunt. ard procedure of the Third Intematimt which ha it direct agenU here. All Uie agent. In foreign countrte belong to the tame Com. munlat organisation in Russia, "tt Is loelcaUr oertaln," wt read, "that all those hart the am Inttructlon, tachnlqut, and objectives." Precise Instruction, according to an Identt-eal plan, flow out from Moscow to its stents In all tht countries that art being "prm- trated" tO "atuil" tha mtal and travrf aervlee with Communist, to seine the sxtTVln. ."-v. ."u wausT auppiiea, ana 10 aominats tos municipal councils. "All the Commurilit pa.pert," wt are told admit with the utoort frankness that tht true policy for them B oh of force. The Rijaauui plan conceive rmlutlobv action at that of an active minority against tn opponent capitalist governmenu on th ant hand, and on the other hand tht borUM of Indifferent bourgeoisie. Lenin estimated, we art told, that tht Coo munlat party which became sovereign mssttr of a nation of 130,000,000 people, contained at the moot oOO.OOO. "But," says this writer, tt tht time when tt made this successful coup a numbered scarcely more than a few thoussol PRINTED PROPAGANDA The teehnloue of nrenarlnr tha nuuaai for revolution Included printed propaganda, Be turea, school, and classes for tprdlnf d tht doctrine, tht formation of Communist st- soclaOona, and of "cell" tn business orranaa- uona, parucmauon in every lamur uouus, creating frasn labour trouble as fraqiMnuy aa possible. Action against the boorgvoai caa Include attacks on ail bourgeois lniUtutloni, on the clergy, on th family, and orpeetrJlT on aU charities. Many examples hart bten given lately of attack on the charities, sad on cUgtrUwtloni of food to the unernpwyrl and on men accepting relief work at wages of 1. a aar. oucn trenta ar aoaorauir x. line with the mttruetlont from Moscow as tN forth by this well-informed author. Communist agent In foreign eoun trial aft Instructed to tak na Dart In government, satf so avoid compromising the party, but they ep always to gupport the "left wing." On tM other hand, they ar ordered to gain povsf in aanunistrauv ooaies, socecuuiy aiuaKiv. A flwrtnrlniu Maa In whtah tVtla nrdar ha MS successfully carried out occurred recently tt Bydney. Tht agent art Initrucua w mand fneoom of gpeech, of the rrtgt, meeting, and of association tn aceordftnes vna exulting law. They art ordered to dsraaod "no vtcUmlsatlon" after strikes. Tbtrt tBBt always be reinstatement of striker. Tht reetnt ruling of uis nign it shipowners must r -employ membrn of (ha th Waterside Workers' rraUon-gtrt prt- fanmr. Ia .trllum.. In ffaea must OS gBttf7 aatlaf aotory to tht Communist agent la M- The agent art Instructed to rnak spseBI efforts to win ovtr x-o Idlers, iiSBiars, wounded men, and penakooor to tb "Ti"' tlonary cause. ... Every attempt to form a party an st tlonal batlt It to bt indicted ag J which t to bt denounoad eerjtmooostT. th workers art to bt tnoottrtged to ref uwau charltabtt aaaartanea or alurrtaUoa of bB feringt, on th ground tha tt it part tl tat policy of capital to continue to enslave It". There ha beta much of th propg SS2' .-.-. w to attack aB the means of transport, and else the tlrP" and UMgrapn, ana Dr?7V. so at to prevent the tnttrttuttoB of tmWt-tlon whsn the rgvohrtloo ,."2171, It t. antlelpatad that th e9m'' quietly paralyaed and brought under tot " of tht revolution. . . , ...kJ It It tn tniigntening ewpoaiua Bolthrnata that It at work tn our ratdsfc GOVERNQENERAL First Official Visit to anberra.' CAirBBUU. VYteal. wa.. nn,-nTuml lair Isaac Issaon and Ladv Isaac arrlvati at rwnrwrr But BHxmtrsifov th Brrt Um. sine, his wJg umea crfflat on January f and J!JJ reatdenet at Oorernment How. JSJ by CapUln Braosglrdlt, BAO, thy JS by trik th. nrecW rrtgt ' Sir. Ttce-regai m J?,'rT....i. br ce-rtgai use twin - ,fr,i m g tt,.. wwra mat at th. railway station Of man and reprerenUtlvt Rtherlng , wwj. imtudtd th. Clvlo rlnlrW 25 berra (Mr. C. S. Dahry), tna "2ui fair Robert Oarran) and tatdy Oarraa. (air Robert Oarran) and Mirratary to the Prim, aflnbttrr .""Ti. Mr. J. Q. Molawtn). th "tsit " rpsuiawnt of Bom ABUn Deane) (who rrpraawtedlhe atlnlrarl" Hotat Affairs,. Mr. BUJutbry) ana th stork Of eawa of tb. Parfcat), and Mr, J. M. e"-. larH rorwrV'of the Ittjne IBJwwjr. S tM waaaBw mfTmWm 1 aBB 'fl 1. ..1V ( ! -f ' 1 wassna wjsbi.

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