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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia • Page 20

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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ETUHN THAJVKi WJrWAJJ ILECTOCAX FUNERALS DEATHS WILSON. Isabel Ma r. Julv 10. 1040 UN MEMORLiM MAHTKaDg.t In lnvlnr memnrv thf eur v10 The Sydney Morning Herald. WcdncatUy, July 13, 149 JJABT GRAND, BIRTHS ALLAN July 8, at Hi Poplin.

Bppin, to Ktthleen and Lao ft daughter (Marilyn Ot). July 8, at fit. Luke' VoaptUi, to Mr. and Mrs. T.

L. Black-adder a. daughter (Buud Elisabeth). BLTTH (nee Dunk ley). July 13, at Peel He, Brighton, to Irla and Lelthton daughter (Ljnette Florence), Both wall.

BO0HSLL (nee Woodbury). July 13, St. Martaret'i, to Lou and Korean daughtar (Marguerite Anne). BOATOOE (nee Sylvia Boras). July 1, Maclaay, Belmore, to Sylvia and loft daughter (Pamela Joy).

Both well. BOH KB July 11, at Beicombe private hoapltal. to Thelma and Wal a on (Anthony Christopher). BO WD KN. July S.

at Aloah. Parra-BJttU, to Mr. and Un. H. D.

Bowden, of Wentwotrhvtlle a aon. BROWNE (nee Field). July 8, at BUnrMf Hmli4. Hmnltal. YOUDB.

to Mr. and Mra. Nlall Browne, of Blnalong a oaugnter. nmtric inlv R. at Kin Geo! fa Memorial Hoipiui.

to Mavis and Sid a eon (Martin uougias). nini (nM Jul 8. al 8t. Monan's, Cremorne, to Mtrlam and ex (Jack) a son (Barry John). CLEABY.

June 27, 1949. King Oeorge Camperdown, to Norma and Tom Cleary, of Arncllfle a son (Paul unomaai. nni.i.iNit. Julv 9. at Enalewood nrt Veto hospital, Burwood.

to Irene and Van inn Anthnnv Richard 1. COOK. July 6, at Penrith Dtitrlct Hospital, to winllred ana Keitn-Uuehtar (Laralnal. Both well. Hospital, to Ingrld and Fred a son (Ralph).

ALB, July 4, at Royal Hospital, to Vlllee, wile of CUfl a daughter (Daldre). DAYMAN (nee Rogers). July 7. to Helen and Ken a son (Robert William). EDGAR.

July 11. at Mater Miserl-eordlae Hospital, North Sydney, to Mr. anop Mrs. Sydney Edgar a son (Phillip Graham). BVEHY.

July 10. at Jaearanda cottage hoapltal, to Edna and Irvine ft son (Nell David). FEBGUSBON. July 1949. at Royal North Shore Hospital, to Peg and Athol, of Kinimbla.

Lakesland a son (Philip Athol) FORBES (Winsome Abel). July 8, at Helenle prh ate hospital, Randwtck, to Winsome and Georse a son. FRANCIS (nee Jauncey). July ft, 1 1949, at Pacific private hospital, i Brighton, to Pat and Gordon a son (Rodney Gordon), HARTUP. July 8, vat King George Camperdown, to Boband Lil ft son.

Both well. HMELNIT8KY (nee Burrows). June 26, at Margaret Coles hospital. Melbourne, to Pam and Bob a son (Phillip Alexander). HOWELL.

July 8, at Sanitarium, to Mr. and Mrs, R. Howell a son (Peter John). invRH fnM Rhellitvl 4. at Sea- oombo private hospital, Dnunmoyne.

to Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Jones a son (Arthur rt'wnp i.m 17.

104f). at St. Luko'a, Sydney, to Betty and John a On IKeier uicnaeu won. KII.I.IAN- Ail. HL Oil.

mdlKllOll I jrlvat hospital, to Doris and John a uaugnier wary KRETCHMER (nee Atchison). July 4. sit Crown Street Intermediato. to Joyce ftnd Keith a son (Geoffrey Thomas). LTVE8EY (nee Haflner).

Juno 25. at Ban Gerrard private, Engadlne, to Joan smd, Roger a daughter (Kaylyn Joan). HoORJSEVY. July 9, at Mater (private). North to Joan and Terry a son (Alan James).

Both well. McKENZIE. July 1, at the Mater Hospital, Waratah, to Kitty and lan a ion (Robert Stuart). McROBEBTS (nee McLoughlin) July at Helenle private hospital, Randwlck, to June and Nev a daughter (Carolyn). MERRICK.

July 2. at Crown Street (private) to Margaret and John ft son (Graham William). miibbay. 10. at Mater private hospital, North Sydney, to Joan and MURRAY (nee Kerr).

July 12, at Grown Street Intermediate, to Elaine and Jim a son (Gregory James). ROSS. Jul 10. at Hopewood House, Darling to Elvy and BUI a oaugnter (tsusan snnTT at Norm a nil rut. I Ashfleld, to Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur Scott, Hi nga rove a aaugnier iucsicy vnnoy. SMITH. July 9, at Cabarisha hospital. Castlecrag, to Mary and Bob a son IV- tooin wea j.

TRKGA8KIS (nee Knight) 8, I at King George to Con and Darcy ou. com wu. Mra noRM Qnnm an VAUTT.T 111 HrlnMaU Rtf-MI. HUH aVIJtn IA THANK all the kind friends and employee of fjunncrons rower nous ior ineir iino-nesa. floral tributes and practical help Which the nv In hr In tha 1am nf her beloved husband.

Would they all accept this as (heir personal thanks. Mrs. CATHERINE EVANS and FAM ILY wish to THANK relatives and friends lor their kind expressions of sympathy, letters, leg ram and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. please accept this as personal thanks. Mr.

and Mra. A. V. DIG WEED, of Cam pale, wish to return THANKS tor all expressions of sympathy in their recent sad loss. Mrs.

SOPHIA niTTOES and FAMILY return THANKS to their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. HARRY PHIPFB and DAUGHTERS wish to THANK relatives and friends lor their kind sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams at the loss of a beloved wife and mother, also to the sisters and nurses of the Hospice, Sacred Heart, for extreme kindness In her last hours. FUNERALS A. of Mr. Harry Delmege Angwln and Mary, of 129b Archer Street, Chatswood, are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearlv helnveri Wlfa and Mother.

WINI FRED ANGWIN. which will leave the Methodist Church. Lord Btreet. Rose- vllle, This Arttmom. alter snort eer-vice commencing at 1.45.

for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A., 172 Red fern Street. Redfern, 'Phcne, MX231S (2 lines), NOW IN The Friends of Misses E. A. and J.

Lewis are Invited to attend tha Phi ner aI c-f their deariv beloved Sis ter. WINIFRED ANGWIN. For further particulars, see family notice. JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A TJADIBR. The Relatives and Friends jj of Mr.

and Mrs. itay uaaier, oi Panania, are invited to attend the I nf their Hear Mother. CLARA JANE; to leave our Chapel. 32 Railway Parade, Burwood, To-morrow rinursaayj Morning at 10 o'clock, for Rookwood uiemaiorium. wnon rnPFiLL LIMITED BENNETT.

The Relatives and Friends Of the late MARY MATILDA BENNETT are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral- tn leave our Private Chanel. 59 Parramatta Road. Annandale, This Morning, at 11.30 clock lor me ure- matorium. Rookwood. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, 59 Parramatts Road.

Phone LA2777 (4 lines). Annandale, BIRCH. The Relatives and Friends or MARY BIRCH are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Kinela Chapels. Taylor Square, Darllng-hurst. This Wednesday, at 9.30 a.m., for ine eastern Buoiirn urrmaiormm.

CHARLES KINBELA PTY. A.F.D.A.. Est. 1830. Taylor Square.

Darllnghurst. 'Phone. FA4136-7-8. Ti RAOG. Than Funeral nf the late J3 HENRY BRAGG, formerly of Kings- iora, win leave our rnvate tjnapei.

302 Oxford Street, Woollahra, To-morrow (Thursday) Morning at 11 o'clock for KanawicK uemeterv. WALTER CARTER. Waverle.T. FW3009. BROWN.

The Relatives and Friends of the lal. WILLIAM PRENTICE BROWN, of 20 Francis Street, Manly, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner of Pacific Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood, This Day, after service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY. Railway Parade. BURWOOD.

UJ2178-9. Council No. 339. -Officers and Mem bers of the above are fraternally invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed P. Commr WILLIAM PRENTICE BROWN.

For particulars see family notice. J. J. W. O'CONNOR, w.u.w.; c.

uinn, nee, BROWN. Officers and Companions Royal Arch Duty Chanter. No. 640 S.C,, are requested to attend the Funeral of their erteemed late Scribe E. M.E.

Com p. WILLIAM PRENTICE BROWN, F.Z. Regalia. See family notice for particulars. H.

BEES, 1st Principal. O. A. PRITH. Scribe N.

BROWN. Ivanhoe Cryptic Council. No. 536, S.C. Companions of the sbove Council are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Companion, W.

P. BROWN. P.T.I.M. For further particulars see family notice. P.

Ring, T.I.M. Chas. Catitmlr, Recorder. BROWN. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs, A.

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. O. Mercer and Maureen (N.Z.), Mr. and Mrs.

C. Fallon (Glebe), Mr. and Mrs. S. Thacker (Temora) Mr.

and Mrs. M. Brown and Family (Mascot), Mr. and Mrs. C.

Green and Family. Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown end Family, Mrs.

Ada Green, and Mlsa M. Adams in Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband, tneir dear rather, Grandfather. Brother-in-law. and Friend. CHARLES KING BROWN; to leave the residence, Kooey street, saascot.

This Wednesday, altar fiervloa com mencing at 2,45 p.m., for the Church or England cemetery, Botany. THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.) Established 1836. MA6013-4.

CASEY. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Irene Casey and Family, of 77 Rhodes Street. MatravUIe, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their dear Father. ARNOLD RODNEY OASEY; to leave the Church of St, Agnes.

FerTy Street. Matravllle, This Wednesday, at 3 p.m., for Catholic ivemeiery. notany. ANDREW KENNEDY. Funeral Director.

436 Ansae Pde, Klngsford. FX7610. CONNOLLY The Funeral of the late EDWARD CONNOLLY, of 46 Fair-light Street, Manly, will leave the Church of Mary Immaculate, Whistler Street. Manly, at 10 o'clock This (Wednesday) Morning, for tha Catholic cemetery, rTenon arret. neinncui Mass 7 a-m, TWAnaH and CO.

Funeral Director, 92 The Corso, Manly. Teiepnone auihh 100PER. The Relatives and Friends or Mrs, uooper ana ramiiy are Invited to attend the Funeral of her be-lmrH Ttitxhanri and their dear Father. RAYMOND JOSEPH COOPER: to leave St. Paul ox tne cross cnurcn.

jjuiwicn Hin, TniB Aiternoon at z.i,- ociock tar thei iTt.holie Cemetery. Rookwood Requiem Mass will be oelebrated at 7 ClOCK. WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A., Dulwich Hill TeTmnlus. 'Phones.

LM1676. LM1458-0. COOPER. The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Lome Cooper and Family, of Park street, Peakhurst.

are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their dear Mother, RUBY: to leave our Chapel, 4 Carrington Avenue, Hurst -ville. This Wednesday, after Service commencing at 1.45 p.m.. for Woronora crematorium. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED, (lOPSBY. The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

R. A. copsey and Mr. and Mrs, J. Clarke and Family, and Mr.

and Mrs. J. Nltchell and Family are kindly invited to attend me runerai ot their dear Wife. Mother, and Grandmother, IRENE JANE; to leave St. Jome' Church.

Fjtwin Street. Crovdon. This Day. after service commencing at a. in p.m., ior ine unuicn ui rninnu Cemetery, Rookwood.

Ashfleld. Opposite Presbyterian Church. rnone, uaiiwd he Relatives am Mrs. Christina Dorothy (Dora) Dal? and Family, of Birrell Street. Waverley (lata of Temora), are invited to attena wis runerai oj ner aeariy beloved Husband and their dear Father, JOSEPH CECIL; to leave Mary Immaculate Church, Waverley, This Wednesday, after Requiem Mass commencing at 9 a.m..

for the Botany Cemetery. THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD. (A.F.D.A.) isstaousnea ivsa. maouij-i, DUNN.

The Relatives and Friends of the lata ELIZA DUNN are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave her late residence, wcison, mis i weanrsaay; Afternoon at 2 o'clock for the Catholic cemetery, Windsor. W. CHANDLER, Funeral Director. rnone. winqsor i.

The FunersI of the late tLEDHILL of 108 Paine att-AAt H'tn 1 ata rra. I Via sPainaarnt Chapel of Andrew Kennedy. 436 Ansae Parade, Klngsford This Wednesday, at at p.m., ior fiBftiem oudueub ivreiun-torium, ANDREW KENNEDY, Funeral Director, 436 Anzao Pde, Klngsford. FX7610. nf the, lat RUTH GLOVER are In vited to attend her Funeral: to leave our Private Chapel.

This Day, at 10 a.m.. ior ine vremioniira, wuiiu, WOHKEKH rUMIUKnXi UIMfA-lWiM, 40 Brown St. Newtown. LA2109. GOPSILL.

The Relatives and Friends nf Mr Wert OfrrwilL of 11 PriL chard Street, Annandale. and Gilgan- dra, Nlra, Aioert, ana Noeiens are invited to attend the Funeral of hla beloved Wife and their dear Mother, GRACE; to leave the Private Chapel of Motor Funerals Limited, 30 City Road. city. This Day, after a service commencing at, 1.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood. MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A., 'Phone.

M6277 30 City Road. city. HAYTER. The Relatives and Friends of tht lets YOUNG HAYTER are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Private Chapel ot Motor Funerals Limited. 30 City Road, city.

This Morning, after service commencing at w. 10 a ciocKi ior we unuitii wi land rmtrr. Woronora. MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, A.F.D.A., 'Pnone, Mt277. aw city ttoaa, city, TTBVfiox.

Tha Relatives and Friend! XI. of Mr. Edward Charles Heycox and Family, of Nattal, Burragorang, are Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their dear Mother. MARY ANN HEYCOX, which will leave our Parlours, Hill street, camaen. arter ear-vice commencing at 2.45 p.m.

Tomorrow Thursday), for Church of Ens- land Section ot General Cemetery. Cam den. E. butler and Camden pre Funeral of Mrs. MAUDE J-S- TAAnKI.

OKRTRUDE HITS Will leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 381-3 Pacific Highway, near west Btreet. worm sya-nv This nay (Wednesday) at 10 a.m. for ths Ohureh oi England Cemetery si woronora. BRTTOB MADRER.

XA1034. North Sydney. XB1542. Ti UNT. The Relativea and Friends J.S.01 Mr, Tnomas j.

nuni, Mrs. is. nraMnwnnd- Ulaa Thslma Hunt. Mr. and Mrs, H.

Hunt, Mr, and Mrs. T. Hunt are Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother, Mother-in-law, MAUD HUNT; to leave her late residence, 3 Gordon Street, Mascot, This Wednesday, at 10 a.m., for Church of angiano cemetery, nwnwouo; vbnon COFFILL LIMITED KNUTSON. The Funeral of the late GERHARD OODFREY HERMAN KNUTSON, of French's Forest, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels enr, Pacific HIghwav and Thomas street, cnaiswoofl. Tn.mnrrM Thursday, aftsr Service com mencing afc .1.

p.m., for ths Chumh juUtivea and Friends of Mr. A. T. Watson, of IS Malta Street, Hoensoush, and Family, are Ine vited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wl( and UiHr dear Mother, "Am; leave our cm ape aa rtaiiwsy Parade. Burwood.

This Wednssday. after Service commencing at p.m., for nouKwooa Lsrcmawrium. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. WEEKS. The Relatives sod Friends of the Family of the lets Mr.

nurnnj weeno, oi a uixin Direct. Helensburs. are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral cf their dear Father; to leave runerai ranours, ai rarivsa tttreei. Woronora Crematorium. rEY MARK The Funeral of the late GRACE WRY MARK will leave our Private Chapel.

This Day. at 3 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Botanv. wurmfeius ruriLHAii mtuAiutta, 40 Brown St, Newtown. LA2109. Friends of Mrs.

Doris Williams and Roland, of Jennings Street, Alexandria, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and hla dear rather JOHN WILLIAMS; to leave T. J. An drews' runerai cnapel, 25 Enmore Road. Newtown. This Day.

after service com- menclna at ft.4S a.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. ANDREWS PTY. A.F.D.A 'Phones, LA2A73. etc.

WILSON. The Funeral of the late ARTHUR WTIaSON. of SI O'Brien oneei, ooimi, wiu leave v. mcugaiaiQ iiu ouiw ri, i-uiiuiaii uiuinii, naia Oxford Street, Woollahra, This Day, after service commencing at a p.m., ior Eastern Suburbs Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL and CREMATION SOCIETY.

Railway Parade Burwood. riNSOR. The Funeral of ths late OEORGE HENRY WINSOR. of Hamilton, Treasurer of the Newcastle District Bowling Association, will move irom i. Moore's cnapei.

winiam street, nammon, inis Aiternoon at z.jv p.m for the Methodist Cemetery. Sandgate. Thomas moukg, runerai uirector. WRIGHT. The Funeral of the late FREDERICK CHARLES WRIGHT.

of 145 Queen Street, Woollahra, and late oi Australian aas Light will leave our Chapel. 810 George Street. Sydney, This Wednesday, at 1 .30 p.m., for Church of England Ceme tery, neia or Mars. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. The Funeral of the late Mr.

A DOUGLASS YOUNG will leave Our Lady nf the Rosary Church Waltara. To-morrow. Thursday, at 9.30 a.m.. for uatnoiio cemetery, nooKwooa. Mass at WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

TfOUNO. Tha Totally and Perma nentlv Disabled Soldiers' Association. Ths Officers and Members of the above are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member. DOUGLASS YOUNO. late 3rd 1st A.I.F.

See lamny notice ior particulars. W. FALCONER Pres. 8. 8WAINE, R.

A. J. WHITBY, Liaison Officer, aTt REM ATI AT ROOKWOOD NORTHERN SUBURBS. For information consult a Funeral Director. Information and literature may he forwarded to any address on application.

CREMATION OFFICES, 19 Bligh Street. ayaney. uwioia; alter naurs, au.iyiy aft REM AT ION. WORONORA CREMA- VJ TORICM. SUTHERLAND.

City Office. 62 MARGARET ST. SYDNEY. BX1326. After hours LB2201 or LU1337.

Sea Funeral Dir. for inform, and booklet. CREMATION AT EASTERN SUBURBS CREMATORIUM. For all information consult an Undertaker. FJ1325 After hours.

FJ2500. BEATRICE STEWART. Florists, 112 King Street, city. Wreaths, etc. 'Phone.

BW558B; after hours, JA2057. EARL'S, 104 KING ST. SYDNEY. Wreaths, Crosses, Casket Covers and all Tributes. BW8975: aft, hrs.

WM3432 MEDICAL. CHEMICALS, ETC. TRUSSES, Abdominal Belt. Elas. Hosiery.

Artificial Limbs. Crutches. DENYER 207 George St. BW6414 EDUCATIONAL COACHINO. all Exams.

French. English, Latin, German, etc. LM4979. LEARN DUTTON SHORTHAND in 12 Lessons from certified Teaeher. HILLTOP, Jamleson Road.

Penrith. MATRICULATION and all Exams. Individual and Group Tuition. Day Sessions: 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Evenings: 6 to 10. Languages, all Sciences, and are specialities. Flrst-cltus Icb. Results In 1947: 41 L.C., 41 Service passes, 22 Matrlcs, 13 Service passes L.C. Aiternoon, Special Sessions for backward students requiring part-time instruction, 4 to 5.30 p.m.

andor Sat. 10 to noon Maths, and Eng. Private Tuition In additional subjects ir required. Details of Coaching Advice from METROPOLITAN COACHING COLLEGE. Dallcy Street Sydney.

BU5B21. RADIO SETS. ACCESSORIES pRIO ANDERSON FOR- RADIOS OF DISTINCTION. Buv with confidence and be assured of good service. FA8065.

II liarraCK oireet, city; ana nmnenco. RADIO REPAIRS, all makes, low cost. Daily calls, all suburbs. Promptly. ERIC ANDERSON, Radio-Television Pty, Head Office.

135 Oxford St. city. FA8065. -XB2429. FA6382.

BX2175. ninvti in the car from or 12-volt battery and In the home from 240-volt power points. Ideal In launches, caravans and week-enders. Only 2Va amps, battery drain. Insist on a Ferris Set from your garage, raoio reianer.

or hiitor. FERRIS BROS. PTY. LTD. FA6843-.

CAR RADIO RBPfllnK ano awtviv-r, All makes repaired by skilled tradesmen wllh many years of oar radio ex perlCnFERRIS BROS." PTY. Specialists In Car Radio Engineering since 1934. corner William and Dowllng Streets, Hvrinev. 'Phone. FA8643.

FA6644. NEW Classic Combination Wireless, Automatic Record change. Also extension speaker, records. Owner leaving Australia. Must sell.

'Phone. FF1033. ABTOK KadlO. auto, cnanger, or aim new. below new price.

Terms arr. 2 Conder St. Burwood. RADIOGRAM. Gerrard Changer.

121n Speaker. 4210. Terms. Uluj. posted.

240 Forbes St. D'hurst. FA3054. RAYCOPHONE Table Model, perfect order. 10.

FX2614 after 6 p.m. ASTOR 5-vslve Radlocram, prrtect cond. Military Rd. Mosman. PORT.

Alr7nne Radio. 13 or cner. Aft. 5 p.m.. 77 Denlron St, Newtown T3HILIPR Portnhle.

new. 20. Ring JL Dale. M2936 after 9 n.m. ELECTRICAL Q.BNERATINa SETS, 415 A.O, 3-PrlArB no yrwwo.

nnn kv driven by Paxmsn Rlcardo Diesel Engine. 250 KVA ALTERNATOR, driven by G.M. Diesel Engine. 100 KVA ALTERNATOR, driven by G.M. Diesel Engine.

TCVA ALTERNATOR, driven by Cummins Diesel Engine. D. H. BERGHOUSS, Machinery Merchant, SI Macarthur Street. ULTIMO.

4M6053. MEROENOT LIGHTING. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, Oomnlete 110-volt. Direct-lighting Plant for 11 6-volt power supply only, or alternatively, Battery Charging. aa-vnlt.

400-watt Com oound- wound Electxio Lighting Plant, complete with wall-mounting switchboard. DANGAR. GEDYE and MALLOOH 10 Young Street, city. BU5095. IMMEDIATE Delivery en Ketl A Lewis Stationary RriDlneji.

12-4 h.n.. deslgned to operate all types Industrial ana larm rnacninory lorernor controlled, overhead valve, built-in water circulating pump. U. 1JIBTKJBUTOKO PIT, 50 York Strsst. Sydney.

BX2791. NATIONAL DIESEL, S'WO h.p., immediate. This Ensina lncoroorataa many fine features of English design. 2 'A hours' running on one gall, fuel, valves removable without disturbing cylinder heads or breaking pipe joints alL working pans totally enclosed non-chokeabls atomiser. Immediate delivery.

A L. UlttX KlBy FLY. AO York Street. Sydney. BX27H1.


Layouts! Machinery and Service. ALTERNATOR SET, 30 KVA, DIESEL-DRIVEN. 415340 Volts, 3 -Phase. 80 Cycles, 1000 r.p.m.. With Xlectrto starting Equipment and D.

H. BEROHOUSE, Machinery Merchant, 61 Macarthur Street, M8033. ULTIMO; QWITCHGKAR. can supply all clsssss of Swltehgsar ex stock, such as BATTERY CUTOUTS. COMPENSATOR STARTERS.


Trade supplied. CRAWFORD BLEC- Titles nf a Bona st, Sydney, or BW1527. A VAILABLE FROM STOCK, Large c. range of Switchboard Portable and Recording Eleotrlcsl lnats. SIEMENS iattat tvrv i.tii mi' Virit Atrut acrin.v iphmu tummi- A U3tlLIARY IKS EL OKNKRATINO A.

SETS, SOUThfatN CROSS. On 4Mt and 3 I'M ISW lin-T, U.O, rrom Stork. KVA 415-240-v. 500, .1 PH. Por new erdtn.

(thouk 9 week. I st, to or all CO, 110 ou un I 7 91 or for 14 F. 8 I dear son anrt brother Stanley Samuel, no aeparieoi wis turn juiy id, aged 36 yeaj. Inserted by bis loving parents. Blsttr.

and brothers. I I.I jr. B. ln Invlnar miman of daar mother, who paiVed away July 13, 1B46. Her life a beautiful memory.

Her passing a pnent griei. But she sleeps in God's beautiful garden. in ins aunsnirtM oi perieci, mn, Sadly missed brAlma. Norman, and Edna. MILIAR.

In lnv.n memorv of mv dear sister and aunty.VBertha. who passed away July 13, 1946. Sadly missed by Minnie, will, Aiocr. aacriai. riiyina.

Mll.I.n Rlnr-nt raiemnrlaa of our dear friend, Bertha. dli July 13. 1MB. r-rom o. ana uimsaim ana ismuy.

MTJNRO. In loving memory of my dear wife and our motrterk who died July 13, 1939. Inserted by A her husband, Bill, and family. NEWEY. In sad and loytng memory my dear husband, who passed away July 13.

1947. Always In t)e thoughts hla lovlna wif and famtlv. NOYES. In sad but lovirig memory my dear husband and our dad, William (Bill), who fell asleep July 13, Till memory fades and Ufa departs. Always remembered by his wlfaS.

and children. NOYES. In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law. Bill, passed away (July 13. 1947.

Always remembered by hls sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Eileen and mick janes. n'HBiRN. in lovlnv memorv of tnrv Aar nrlf a nrl nur dear mother. Mam who passed away July 13. 1943.

Sadly missed. Wt will always remember, in putted by ner loving nusoana. aausnieri, Florence. Carllne, Sisl. S.

M. Kllllan, and ton. James. O'BRIEN, In loving memory of our dear sister. Ruby, who departed this life Julv 13.

1948. Badly missed by her stern. Grace. Olive. Rene.

Daisy and Jacauilinr. PILGRIM. In loving memory of my dear husband and our father. Thomaa James, wno leit asieep Juiy ia, iai ADiae wiin me. prior.

In lev in it memory of our darling daughter and sister, Sylvia, who ten asieep juiy i.t, The flowers we placed upon your grave Ma wlihtr and decay. But our love for the one who lies beneatn Will never fad awa-V Inserted by her loving mother and sisters RAY. In sad and loving memory of my dear brother. Horatio Percy, who was called home July 13. 1948.

Inserted by his sister. Eva. and brother-in-law, Arthur Malpas, and dear uncle Hiia ana juck westwona. BEU8S. In loving memory of my dear nusoann ana aaa, wno pbsmq away July 13.

1947. Always remembered by nia mving wue ana aaugnier. uerne, RAYEH. In loving memory of our near istner, Leonara uuncan sayer. pfassea away juiv 12, iitus.

You are always in our thoughts, dad. Inserted by his loving family. SMALL. -In Irwin? memorv of mv dear husband and our father. Thomas uiivia, wno passea away juiy ia, lHie.

He left us so sudden. Never thinking death was near, And that he would never return To those who loved him dear. Inserted by his loving wife. Janet, sons, daughters, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. SMITH.

In loving memory of my dear husband and father. Fred, who passed away July 13, 1948. God saw you as you suffered; He knew you had your share; Then He closed your weary eyes, And took you in His care. Always remembered by his wife, son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, SMITH. In loving memory of Joy EUa (Joan), passed away July 13, 1947.

Whatever else I fail to do. I never can forget you. Inserted by Tommy. SMITH. In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Mervyn.

whom God oalled home July 13. 1941. 11 years. Always In our thoughts. Inserted by mum, dad, Colin, Harold, Ronald, twin Len, and families.

SYMONDS. In loving memory of our dear mother, Hannah, who departed this life July 13. 1943. inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law. Lionel and Betty.

SYMONDS. In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Hannah, who departed this life July 13. 1943. Inserted by her daughter, Annie, son-in-law, Phillip, and grandchildren, Sadie and Eric. TEACLE.

In loving memory of my dear husbend and our father, Thomas, who passed away July 13, 1939. a precious one irom us nas gone, A voice we loved Is still; A place Is vacant in our horns, Which never can be filled. Inserted by his loving wife and daugo-r. Alma. TEAn.F.

In invlncr emnrv mv oear lauier ana granaiatner. 1 nomas, who departed this life July 13. 1939. 11 is just iu years Sinoe you left us, dear dad; And we miss you more, As (he years roll by. Inserted bv his lovinsr daughter.

Pilate. and son-in-law. and srandchildren. WALTON. In lovinar memnrr of Sarah.

Always remembered by her daughter. Vera, granddaughter. Gladys Coyle. WARD. In lond rem em bran ee of my dear son and my brother.

Vincent, who passed away July 13, 1947. Ever remembered by hla loving mother, and brother, Olive, and family. WHITEHEAD. In lovlntT memory of my ueariy De iovea nusDana, aii, passea juiy Jo, xvw. uone irom us tnst smiling race, Those happy, cheerful ways, A heart that won so many friends In happy, bygone days.

Inxeried bv hla lnvlnv teitn and Hnjitrh, ter, Lorna. WHITEHEAD. In lovlna memory of our dear son and brother, Alf, who passea away juiy is, 1940. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal Ever remembered by mum, dad, and Bob. WHITEHEAD.

Fond memories of our dear brotner and brother-in -law, Alf, passed away July 13, 1946. Ever remembered bv Battv and Brio. W1LKIK otaerished memories of mv dear husband. Colin Wllkie. died July iiiie- mover on duij oiRiumn aiay, Aa tie at to im in vestordav.

Ever remembered by hla lovinB wife. toss, ana niece, uoiiy. WILKIE, in lovinsr memory of dear brother. Colin, who passed away juiy in, A cnougnt ro-aay, a memory jorever, Inserted by his loving sister. Flora.

WINTER. In lovlne memorv of mv dear husband and our father, and dear grandpa, Arthur, who passed away July 13, 1947. Cherished memories by his wife and family. ON ACTIVE SERVICE BEVER. Treasured memories of our dear son and brother, NX39634, N.

Beves (Ricky), 8th Dlv. died San-dakan P.O.W. Camp, Borneo, July 13, agea ai years, aibo a mourn to his gallant comrades. They gave their to-morrow lor our to-day. Forever remembered.

Mum, dad. brother, Frank, slater. Joyce, and families. BROTHEBTON. In loving memory of Pte.

Reg. Brother ton. killed in action Aitape. New Guinea. July 13.

1945. Always remembered. Inserted by mother, sisters, Joyce, Una, brother-in-law, Arthur, cousins, Mavis, Jim, Peter, Bobbie. no n. Lao ving memories or our only son, D.

G. W. Brown. F.Sgt., R.A.A.F., killed, air operations, Cour-r-Eveque, France, July 13, 1944. Always in our thoughts.

BRYANT. in lovintr memory of our son and brother, Tpr. Charles Bryant, kiugo. in action xjaiiKiw-pw iuiy ia, 194S. Sadly missed, proudly remembered hla mother, father, and sister, Iris.

bbyant. cnaries. a great pai, ciuea Ballkpapan. July 13. Badly missed.

Always remembered, Gordon. nAMPTON. -Treasured "memory of our dear son and brother. Tpr. Len Campton.

killed In action Ballkpapan, July 13. W43. rrouaiy rememoerea, saaiy missea by his loving mother, father, brothers, and sisters. HADDON. In loving memory of my dear son, Thomas, who passed away July 13 1945.

Always remembered by his loving mother, slaters, and brothers- JEWISS. Treasured memories of Opl. a 220 Q. flth died. p.o.w..

Borneo, July 13, 1945. Always remembered by motner, istner, orotnera, sister, and relatives. MuSGRAVE. In proud and loving memnrv mv inn John D. Mliserave.

217 A.I.F.. killed In action July 13, 1941, at TOOTUat. SHORT. In memory of Private Mer-ton Nelson Short, NX265BO. 2 18 th gave his life Sandakan.

Borneo, hu recfrived the erown of life. Youna- eat son of Mrs. W. Nelson Short and ths late Dr. W.

Nelson Short, and dear brother of D'Arcy, Ian, Benjamin, and Wilste. wniTnnr.An.Tn levins- memory of Sgt. Barrio Crawford Whitehead. 2 Iff H.Q. 8th died whilst p.o.w.

in Borneo, July is, hmo. To-day brings back Had memories, -v Hair nn erjm tn rest. And those who think of you to-day, Are the ones who love you best. Inserted by his loving mother, and brothers. wnAii VmiIrb trumnrV nf Lieut.

Ian Milne wood, missing. July 13, 1943, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack WOOQ. PTOtngT Ol inry a-im ocvw Dim TUN THANKfl JOHN BRYCE LAMBERT (Northern Territory Police) and Mr.

and Mrs. JOHN LAMBERT, Whits Gates. Lorraine street, reaxnurst, wiin 10 imoi. .4 M.nrfa in a w. and H.T.

an4 trlnrlniMB In th teCent sad loss ot his wits and their daughter- m-iaw, iaine ssary. rmem aa mir nersonsl and sincere tnanka. Mrs. SANDERSON and FAMILY, of WHIunga Avenue, Earl wood, wish to express APPRECIATION of ihe sympathy tendered by relatives, neignoours ana friends at the death of their loved son and brother. Frank.

Mr. and Mrs. FRED COULTER and ALAN, 01 Riverstone, wisn vo nfuiA all relatives and friends tor their floral Mpannal mnTaaalona of tvmDathT received in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept tnts as personal uianas. Mrs.

B. RIORDAN and FAMILY, Of 17 Blaxcell Street, Granvillt, wish to THANK an reiauvee, inenas ana naifn-unnva ntviura and mamhera fit the Boilermakers' Society, and fellow officer Of Cniei Mscnanicai Enginowni, nerifern. for their kind exoresslons ot sympathy and floral tributes, telegrams ana csras, in uir nww uvivc ment. Mr. A.

DAVIS and FAMILY wish to THANK all friends and relatives for letter cara, teiegremg in ineir recent ssa bereavement. Mra. BETTY HUNTER and FAMILY wish to thank aii sina neiinoours, friends, relatlvM. Returned Soldiers' Taiii. fnnthall clubs for their klndnes.

telegrams, lettsr. rarda, floral tributes and expressions of aympathy in their m-eant sad bereavement of my beloved hus band ana our osaar. aud. (suddenly), at la Queen Victoria Btreet. Drummoyne, dearly beloved niece of Mary no uamra aasxnM, ana oi Mrs.

n. Thornton and Mrs. J. Martin. Prlvately cremated.

WRIGHT, Frederick Charles. July 1949. at Woollahra. Ill at Austral ian Gas Light aged 73 years. YOUNG DMflaas.

July 11, 1949. at oejovra nusoana oi uainenne Younr loved father at Jim Rllt and Cath, and brother of Bruce and Annie (Mrs. upxj, aged 04 years. Requiescat pace. IN MEMOMAM ALLEN.

In loving memory of our darling El vs. who passed away July 13, 1942. Too dearly loved to aver be for-gotten by mum and dad. ALLEN. Cherished memories of Itva, Who DUMVl nn 13 1M9 Liwrted by her cousins, Jlmmla and ALLEN.

Fond memories of dear called home July 13, 1842. Sadly missea by her pal. Betty. ALLEN. Treasured memories ol Elva, WleU 4JUCCU nwy aiuiy Jd, IHIal, Rrtd bv hfr Invlnm rmoln Vrlm ABM6TBONG.

Remembered fondly by BAIRD.PmiH mmnriM nf Hr who passed away July 13, 1M7. Never iw(vilcii us nioincr. aii. ana unai, BAKER. In loving memorv nf Huby, wnrj ini aaiecp JUiy in, ltilB.

Always a smile, never a frown. Always a hand when one was down; AlWivi thounhtfiil trim inrl Icinri- What a beautiful meniory she left behind Sadly missed by all. BELL. In loving memory of our dear son, ttevin. wno oeparuo July 1948, God has you in His keeping.

We have you in cur hearts. Sadly mls.std by his mother, father, brother Graham. BELL. Cherished memory of dear granabcn, Kevin, wno passed away July 13, 104U. ray of sunshine mm? nnd went, Our darllna was nnlv lent.

Loved and ndl.v mlsEed hy his loving nun, prp, iuoir. BRIEARS. In memory of my 'mother, who passed away July 13. 1947. Bob, BROOKS.

in loving memory of our aear mum, jane, wno paasM away juiy A wonderful mother. Rood and kind Her equal on earth hard to find. Inserted by her levins family. CAH1LL. In loving memory of our belcved little ton.

Alan William, aged 22 months, who passed away July 13. 1948. So lonely without our wee darling. Inter ted by his loving mummy and naaay, ceuy. hhi, ana oroiner ana sis ter.

Jorn. Marion. CALDWELL. In lovlnn memorv of our dear mother. Lily Mary, who passed away juiy jj.

ihh.i. aver oeiovea d.v her loving family, CAMPBRLL. in loving memorv of my aear nuioana ana miner, MRicoim, acci dentally killed. July 13. 1048.

your memory in us in a xeepsaico. With which we never part, God has you in His keeping, We have vou In our heart. Inserted hv his wife. Dnreen. and son.

Chris. CARiPKiiLL. in mnd remembrance of our dear friend. Kenneth Malcolm wno passed away July 13, 1948 Flo and Allan. CARBI8, In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 13.

I94H. Always remembered by LIU and Alex. CARSI. Loving memories of my dear mother. Ellen Kabina, who left us four years bco.

Remembered always bv Nancv and Frank. CHAPMAN. Cherished memories of our devoted husband and father. Walter Yeo, who passed away July 13. 1948.

Sadly missed by his loving wife and aaugnier, Kene ana wenay. CLARKE. In loving; memory of my near nusoana ana our aear miner. Thomas Clarke, who naseed away Julv -ittu. iruieriea oy nn loving wne and family.

COLEMAN. In lovinar memorv of dear husband and our father, Henry Howard Coleman, died July 13, 1948. God's greatest gift remembrance, by his loving wno ana iiuniiy, CRAIG. To the memorv of Div be- loved mother and father. Safe in God's Keeping, put saaiy missed by tneir loving daughter, Efcsle, Gordon, and grandchildren.

CRAIG. In that beautiful garden of memory, aearesi moiner ana lamer, walk with you each day. They are my precious keepsakes, Till me meet asaln. Your sorrowing daughter. Dot, and CRAIG.

Dearest father and mother, in my heart you are with ma still, Mllltf DAVIDSON. In lovinff memorv of mv deer husband, Duncan Andrew, who Dossed away Julv 23. 1947. I miss bis kind and loving ways. With him I spent my happiest days.

I miss him when I need a friend, On him I always could depend. Inserted by his loving wile and family. DAVIDSON. In loving memory of our dear father, Duncan Andrew, who passa away duty ir. To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.

Inserted by his loving children, Dorothy, Jim, Max, and families. DAVIS. In fond memorv of mv Amlt mother, Maude Ethel, passed away July Id. J.Vtt-- Your weary days of pain are gona, Your troubled nights are past. With all our faults, dear mum, We loved you to the last.

Inserted by daughter, Belt. DAVIS. Maude Ethel, passed away July 13, 1947. Sadly missed. Clare and Roy.

DAVIS. Ethel Maud, lata Klngsford. And then we all kissed her, and suffered her fnce to sleep with the flowers. Sadly missed by all. DAVIS.

in fond memory of mum, Eassed away July, 1947, Sadly missed Ttit.t.v. DEERV. In loving memory of our dear slstor, Madeline, passed away July la), WO. Aiwaya icnicmucievi, DIFFIN. Treasured memories of our Hour rint and mum.

called home Julv 13, 1947, and June 2. 1946. Always rememoerea Dy ineir lamny ana grana- EAMEN8. In ever loving memory of my loved husband. William, and dear daddy of Audrey and Pamela, who was taken from us on July 13.

1946. His memory to ua Is a treasure. His loss Is a lifetime regret. EAMENS. In loving memory of my aear oroiner.

win, wno passea away suddtnly July 13, 1946. Your memory Is as dear to-day As the hour you passed away. Fondly remembered by Jack, Gladys, and famllv. EAMENS. In loving memory jrf our aear router, am.

aim ouiy lei, ittw, Never forgotten by Olive and Jim. EAMENS. In loving memory of our dear son-in-iaw ana orotner-in-iaw, William, whn nnnnnA aWAV Julv 13. 194R. Badly lined by Mr.

and Mrs. Wappett and family. PI.RTPHP.R. In lovins memorv of our dear father, father-in-law, and grandfather. Charles William, panned away July 13, lain, iusc a lOKtm luiia hub, To show, dear dad, we think of you.

From his son. Tom. dtuiehter. Val. son-in-law, Ron.

grandchildren, Geoff rey and Rnonaa. i.F.Tf! TrMutund memories ol our dear dad, Charles. Sadly missed by Tom ana vai, FLETCHER. Cherished memories my dear son. Charles, and our brother, wno passea away juiy u.

ihih. Tin memories teas ana his aeparu, Vnu will llvfi forevr In our hearts. Inserted by mother, sisters, and brothers. FOOA In lovlna memorv of our loving daughter and lister. Nancy, who died July 13.

194S. Inserted by her loving mother father, and slaters. rvuiitM. rona mougnts oi unsie rjerrvt still linser on. Mum.

aaa. hnM-ritara icitf.r mnA Ann. in loving memory nt my dear wife and our dear mother. Lydla, who passed away July 13, 1941. Always remembered by her husband, Jim, and family, Jack, Grace, June, and Perce.

GOUGH. Not only to-day, hut every Hnv- mMtifiriM rMnain ot mv dear hus band and father, Joseph, who raased away July 13, 1943. Inserted by tils loving wife and sons and daughters. GBEENHALGH. A tribute to the memory of our dear friend, Marion, who passed away July 13, 1948.

Inserted bv her friends. P.M.G.. St. peters. HADDOCK.

Loving memories of mum, Agnes Grace. Sadly missed and ever re-mfmhrH hv thi. family. ADD ON. A tribute to the memory of Thomas Hidden, p.o.w., wno passea away July 13, 1943.

Remembered by nis wne, Alma, ana tvn, ivflyuiuim. BARKER. Ellen. Always In tkrwiuhl. TVit in IDV'IIS lumiiuiy tn iuj ar husband.

Fred, who passed away July 13, 1944. inserted by hla loving wife. Ettle. HARRIS. In fond memory of our dear brother-in-law.

Fred, who passed away July 13. ins erica oy mm, dm Clasen, Alice and Jack Mulllna and Tn fond mentor of dear wife and our dear mother, Mary Martrarf. noJUUwt tnv Jlllv 13. 1939. HERBERT.

In loving memory of dear Albert, passed away July 13. 1947. Sadly missed by Rita, Lysle and family. HILL. Treasured memories ot our dear brother and uncle, Albert, passed away JUiy IJ, -'cu, rrii biiiuii Riwavs DY.

nis nn nuujr, nut, wuii n. HILL. in loving memory, Aioen, passed away July 13. ltM7. In God'i care.

Inserted by sister Rose. ni-ii naivrvRTH Tn invInB mitmnrv nf our dear mother, Mary, who departed i this life July 13. 1947. Badly missed by; her daughter, Ethel. Sid.

and family. HUSLEI, in loving iuciuuw dear husband and our father. Jeremiah Hurley. -who passed away July 13, 1946. Inserted by his wife and sons, Jphn and F7kSv.

in fond metnory of my door mother, who departed this life July 13. 1948. Inserted by her loving son, Bill. LEWIS. In loving memory ot my dear husband, BUI, who passed away July 13.

1948. t. With tear watched you sinking, I watched you fade away, I tended you with every care But could not make you stay. I watched by your bedside As the lonely minutes passed. My heart was crushed and broken As you peacefully breathed your last.

Ever remetn bared by your loving? wife, Elsie, ixtnnEK. in lovlnr memory of my dear husband and our father, John Albert Lorger, who passed away Jitlr 11, 1945. Ever remembered by his loving wife and one, Erie and Jim, and daughter, Doris. McLBAN. in lorlng memory of my husband and our father, Duncan, accidentally killed July 13.

1848. God gave its strength to bear It; Courage to fight the blow. But what it meant to loss him No one will aver know. Inserted by his loving wife and family. MeLKAN.

In loving memory of my dear father. William, who passed away July 13, 1042. Always remembered by hla son, William, Mcquillan. in loving memory of my darling brother, Phillip Jamee (Dick), who passed away July In. Not day do we forgot, you.

tn out heart you're always near; we who love you miss you as It. dawns one year to-day. Kith and Uosrd. of nf of oi JAENICKH. The Relatives and Friends of Mr.

A. Jaenlcke and Family are Yn to in atiena me runerai or nig beloved Wife, their dear Mother and Grandmother. LOUISA: to leave the Parramatta Funeral Home. 32-34 Darcy Street. Parramatta.

To-morrow. Thun. day. at 10 a.m., for Rookwood Crema torium. CHARLES INN EH and BON.

A.F.D.A.. -j uarcy rarramaiia, 'Phone, UW92SB. IEA8K. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Nellie Isabel Leask and Richard of Napier Street.

Drummoyne. are invited In attonrt tha Funeral nf her dearly beloved Husband and his dear Father. EDWIN ALBERT: to leave our Chanel. 810 George Btreet. Sydney.

This Wednesday, after Service commenclnc at 9.15 a.m., for Northern Suburbs Cretna-- tnrium. wood norm. i. uurrm. EA8K.

The Relatives and Friends oi Mrs. LieasK, Mr. ana Mrs. a. C.

Palmer. Mr. and Mra. L. J.

Leask Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leask.

Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Leask. Mr.

and Mrs, O. A. Leask, and Families, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Uncle, EDWIN ALBERT LEASK; to'leave our unapei. aiu ueorge ntreei, eyaney. This Wednesday, alter Service commencing at 9.15 a.m., for Northern Suburbs uremaionum.

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED EA8K. Members of the N.S.W. MJ Rugby Union and Drummoyne nuiDj union uiud are invnea to ettena the Funeral of their la! Mtemed Mem ber, EDWIN A. LEASK, See family notice for particulars. I EES.

The Funeral of the late CHRISTOPHER JOHN LEES, of Gordon, will leave St. Martin's onurcn Killara. This Day after Service com mencing at 3 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs crematorium. ERNLST ANDREWS. ChatKu-oori.

OCKE. The Relatives and Friends of li Mrs. EDITH MARY LOCKE are kindly invited to attend tne Funeral oi her beloved Husband. THOMAS: to leave uur impel, norton oireri, (jticmmrai. Thin (Werinesdavl Afternoon after ser vice, commencing at 3 o'clock, for the Crematorium, kookwocu, J.

J. CROCKETT PTY. Funeral Directors. and Friend nt the late SAMUEL WISE MAN MCBUKM1B are inviiea ia mwim ht. nrn 1- in leavA Tlu Victoria Hall.

Victoria Street. Burwood. This Day, after service commencing at. 2. IS p.m., tor the Independent Cemetery, Rookwood.

T. ANDREWS PTY. A.F.D.A. 'Phones LA2873, etc. MAWSON.

The Funeral of the "late mNAH MAWSON. of 54 Booker Road, Booker Bay, formerly of Robert Street. Asnneld wet or Kanawics iram-av WnrkKhnriKl. will leave the Metro politan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood, This Day. after Service commencing at 1.15 p.m., Ior Rookwood crematorium.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY Railway Parade, Burwood. UJ21 78-9. "ATILLER. The Relatives and Friends IVLftf til 1HLA ATiBbHT HiUNEY MID LER are advised that his Remains will bo interred This Morning at 11.30 o'clock in tne cnurcn oi mngiana uemeiery, LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED ja Enmore Koaa, Phone LA2777 14 lines). Newtown.

VTIOHOLAS. The Funeral of the late .1 DAV1LJ 1UUMA8 niUnVUAB Will leave the Epping Presbyterian Church, Bridge Street, Epping, This Wednesday, alter service commencing at iu a.m., ior Koojcwcoa tJTemaionura. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. XTICHOLAS. The Officers and Com- i.

Danlons of Lane Cove R.A. Chanter. No. 567, S.C, are kindly invited to auena tne mineral oi ineir iaie esteemea M. Ex.

Companion DAVID THOMAS NICHOLAS, on Wednesday. 13th July. For particulars see family notice. H. V.

Carter, M.E.Z. G. Richmond, Scribe E. TvriCHOEiAS. Officers and Brethren of co Din it AiHBcnic lAioue no.

U.O.L. of N.S.W., are invited to attend tne Funeral of their ate esteemed Bro. D. NICHOLAS. For particulars see nunuy nonce, negana.


Secretary. XT IOHOL AS. Master Builders' and i-i chtuine Bowls club Members are invited to attend the Funeral of their ate member. Mr. d.

t. Nicholas: to leave Presbyterian Church. Epping. after service commencing at 10 a.m. To-day, ior Kooawooa ivTemaiorium.

arriving at a.m. qirvan. President. L. G.

SMITH, Secretary, Lha Familv of the, lute. Mr. THOMAS NICOL. of 1 Wattle Street Killara. art invited to attend his Funeral: to leave Bruce cnapei, xoi-a facinc Highway (near West Street).

North Sydney. This Wednesday, at. 1 p.m., tor tne Nortnern suburbs crematorium. GEORGE OL. SEN are requested to attend his Funeral; to move from the Presbyterian church Diinooir.

after nervtce at 1 n.m.. Wed. nesday July 13. for the Crematnrium, ueresneia, arrival a p.m. R.

W. TIG HE, Funeral Director, Dungog. PARKES. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. 1.

Parkes, Mr, and Mrs. W. T. v. Hoskins.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Lush, Mr. and Mrs.

F. Bagley. Mrs. M. Green are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Brother, and Brother-in-law, HAROLD ERNEST (HARRY) PARKES; to leave our Private Chapel.

604 Crown Street, Sydney, This Afternoon, after Service commencing at 12.45 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Eastern Suburbs, By request, no flowers. LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, 604 Crown Btreet, Phone LA2777 (4 lines). Sydney. PARKES. Masonic.

Tha Brethren nf United Service Lodge. No. 24. ere fraternally requested to attend the Funeral of their late Brother. H.

E. (Harry) PARKES, See Family notice. J. A. FRASER.

W.M. A. W. O. 8CHEY.

Secretary. PECK. The Relativea and Friends of the late Mrs. JULIA A. PECK art Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave uur cnapei.

corner orcnard Road, and Brown Street. Chatswood. This Wednes day, at 10 a.m., for Northern Suburbs crematorium. WOOU COFFILL LIMITED. PRICE.

The Funeral of Mr. FRANCIS WILLIAM PRICE, of 14 Kenneth Street, Longue ville, will leave St. Andrew's Church of England. Rosenthal Avenue. Lane cove.

Tnln Wednesday, after service commencing at 2.30 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. OAUNDERS. Waterside Workers' Fed eration. N.S.W. Branch.

Members are Invited to attend the Funeral of tneir late Member. JOHN baunders: to leave Wood CofQU's Chime I. 810 George Street. Sydney, This Wednesday, at 1.30 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.

ferry. Asst. secretary. SAXON Refatives and Friends of the late Mr. ALFRED EDWARD WALTER SAXON are Informed that his Funeral will leave our Chapel.

164 King Street. Newlown, This (Wednesday) Afternoon at 1.30 o'clock for Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood. W. N.

BULiU ITIX. IjILT. Telnnhone. LA2fl5fl SHEPHERD. The Funeral of the late SUSANNAH SHEPHERD, formerly of Freeman's Reach, will leave her oaugnter 'a residence, 44 Riverstone Road, Riverstone, This (Wednesday) Afternoon at 3.30 o'clock for the Church of England Cemetery, Wilberforce.

J. W. CHANDLER. Funeral Director. SIBLEY.

The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Matilda. Frances Sibley and Family, of Gundaroo. are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, WILLIAM SIBLEY; to leave the Church of England Church, Gundaroo. This Day, after a service commencing at 2 a chick, iur viia uptrei uunaiiw Miivn runmtALiO icaivbkka; LIMITED, 113 Crawford Street, 'Phone.

Queanbeyan 52. Queanbevan SMITH. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. E. Smith and Familv.

of 5 Woodslde Avenue, Burwood, are in vnea to auena ine runerai 01 ner oe-loved Husband and their Father, NICHOLAS to leave our Chapel. 32 Railway Parade Burwood. This Wednes- aay, at j.o p.m., ior KooKwooa cre matorium. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. SMITH.

Officers and Brethren of Lodge Pythagoras, No. 58, U.O.L. ot N.S.W. are invited to attend the Funeral ot our late- Esteemed Wor. NICHOLAS SMITH.

For particulars see ismuy notice, xtegaua. n. w.m. a. nnufrrin.

Bet. SMITH. The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Florence Bes trice Smith, of Riverside Road, Emu Plains, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of bar beloved Husband, Alexander, alan; ro save uur rariours. Hum etreex.

ren- rit.h Thin Wedneitdav. at 10 a.m.- for Crematorium. Rookwood. d. mice ana bun, 'Phone Penrith 20.

COUTH. The Funeral of ths lets WALTER B. SOUTH, will leave ot. etepnen cnurcu, Mittavcg, alter service commencing at 2 p.m, Thin Day. Wednesday, for the Church of England cemetery, nwroy, SWEKTMAN.

The Relatives and Friends ot the MARY ANN BWEETMAN are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave Our Private Chapel, 435 New Oantartwry Road. Dulwich Hill, This Morning after a Service commencing at 9.45 tvclock. for the Church OX sngiano mnunwj. wnrowiw, WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A., Dulwich Hll Terminus.

T.M1A7R T.MISrUt.ft. TAN8EY. The Remains of the lats JOHN THOMAS TAN BEY Were privately Cremated on Friday, 8th July, at 3.30 p.m., at Northern Suburbs Cre matorium T. J. ANDREWS, Funeral Directors Homsbv.

mHOMPSON. The Relatives and I VrUnrfa of Mrs. Mav Thomoson. of 78 JarreU Btreet, Lelchhardt, ahd Family, are Invited to attend ths Funeral ot her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, WILLIAM HENRY: to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, This Day, after Berries commencing at 9.19 a.m., for ths Church ot England Cemetery, Rookwood. METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND CREMATION SOCIETY.

Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9, The Relatives and Friends of the tale THOMAS HENRY WARD are invited to auena nis runerai; ic leave the Klniala Chanel, Taylor Souare, narllnnhurst. This Wednesday, after Service to commence at 10.30 a.m., lor in a Nortnern Hiiouros uremauirium, CHARLES KINSELA PTY. A.F.D.A., Sat.

1830, Taylor Square, Darllnghufsi, 'Phons, FA4136-7-B. DEATHS BITBBDRY, Bagaenla Jaae. July 10, 1949, at her reatdanoe, 347 Military Road. Dover Hels-ht. dearlr beloved wife of Harry Herbert Burbury, and dearly iDvva momer or sine, K.eitn, r-me (Mrs.

O. Maohln), Rus, Max, Reg, and Jack, aaed 76 years. LaiincMton and Robart papers please copy, privately eremated July 12. CASEY, Arnold Red n.j. July 11, 1949 (result of accident), beloved hus- hand nf Irna flannv nt 77 Rhnriu At.rjxti..

Matraville. and dear father of Collin. Carmel, and Donald, aged 39 years. tQUlescat pace. CAS 8 ID Mary.

July 12. 1949. at her residence, 12 Harris Street. Mascot, beloved wile of Alfred and dear mother of Mary, Jim, Jack, and Alf. agod 78 years.

R.I.P. CHANTLEB. Mary. July 10, 1949. at Marrlckvllle District Hoapltal, of King Street.

Canterbury, dearly loved mother of Lillian (Mrs. Hough), John. Kathleen (Mrs. Cheesemon), Claris (Mrs. Hicks), and Edna (Mra.

Macbeth), aged 77 years. R.I.P. Privately Interred. July 12. 1949.

CHENERY, Jemle Clement. July 9. 1949. widow of the late Robert Chenery and loved mother of Kit and Pred, late of Lakemba, aged 93 years. Privately cremated.

CHRISTIE, Catherine Jemima F.Usa. JUiy 10. 1849, at Maniy District Hospital, widow of the late George Christie, of Strathfleld and Dee why. aged 86. Privately cremated.

CONNOLLY, Edward. July 11, 1949, at his residence, 4A Falrllght Street, Manly. Edward, Tel let of Ellen Mary Connolly, beloved father of Edward, Edward, and John, loved father-in-law of Patricia and Nancy, and grandfather oj Ann, agco years. itequiescai in pace. tuuren, naymona jeaepn.

JUiy iz. 1949, late of 12 Kier Avenue Hurlstone Park, beloved husband of Linda and loved father of Raymond, Betty and Patricia, aged 57 years. R.I.P. COP8EY. Irene Jane.

July 12. 1949. at the Western Suburbs Hosnital. dearlv loved wife of Robin Albion and loving mother or ivene (Mrs. j.

uiartce) ana Marjorie (Mrs. J. rmcnenj, agea years. DALY, Jnaeph Cecil July 12, 1949, at the residence, 218 Btrrell Street, Waverlev (lata of Temora). beloved hus band of Christina Dorothy (Dora), dear father of Cecil.

Dorothy, and Noel (Jim), aged 77 years. Requiescat In pace. DB1NG. Thomas. Julv 10.

1949. at St. Vincent's Hospital. Privately cremated, Rcokwood, July 12, Aged 76 years. AL DUNN, Ellra.

July 11, 1949, at her residence, Nelson, relict nf the late Martin Dunn and dear mother of Mary (Mrs, Clarke), Martin and Kathleen, aged 89 years. Requiescat In pace. PEHON, Nora. July 12, 1949. nt her residence, 99 Elizabeth Street.

Ashfleld, relict of the late William A. Fehon and loving mother of Annie, Elsie. Dave. Hubert (deceased). John, and Marjorie (Sister Sablna.

O.P.). Ttequlescat in pace, For funeral announcement see Thursday's "Herald." FOGARTY, Andrew John. July 9, 1949, at his residence, Martin Place, Fau Icon bridge, husband of the late Maude Elizabeth Fogarty, and dear father of Gordon, John, and Alfred, aged 81 years. Privately interred Randwlck Cemetery, Tuesday, 12th, GRANT. Jamee.

Julv 12. 1940. nt his home, 12 Thompson Street, Drum moyne, aeariy iovea nusoana oi ueor-glna and loved lather of George and Dorothy, aged 68 years. See Thursday's "Herald" for funeral announcement. HANSEL.

John David. 12. 1949 at Wade House. loved baby son of Marie and Prank and loving brother of Kevin and Patricia, aged 18 days. HAYTER.

Toons'. Julv 11. 1949. at R.P.A. Hospital, dearly loved father of Bua, aieim.

ana narry. ageo hy. HENDRY. William Thorns. July 12, 1949, of 322 Edgecllrf Road.

Woollahra, dearly loved husband of Janet 8. Hendry and loved father of Hunter L. Hendry. Privately cremated 12th Inst. IlEYCOX.

Marr Ann. Julv 12. 1949. at Camden District Hospital, beloved wire of Edward Charles Heycox. of Nattal, Burragorang.

and dear mother of Jane rauj, unaries taecensed), wu-Ham and Fred, aged 64 years. IITJNT. Maud. Julv 12. 1A49.

nt. fivH, nev Hosnital. beloved wifn nf Thnnmn James Hunt and loved mother of Emily iiviia, uiecuwoouj, aneima, jiarry, ana Tom. JjAENILKE. Lou lam WnlKttn.

12 I49. At her home. 733 Rtrhmnnri Road. Blacktown, beloved wife of Aioert and dear mother or Reglna (Mrs. A.

Figs), and Doris (Mrs. C. H. Paris), aged 73 years. KEMP.

Bertha Jane. Julv 11. 1949. at a private hospital, Ashfleld, widow of the late Peter Kemp, and beloved mother of Pernetta and Thomas. Priv ately cremated at Rook wood, 12th instant.

NUTS ON, Gerhard Godfrey Herman. Julv 12. 1949. at his residence. French's Forest, beloved husband of Edldh Alexandra, dearly beloved grand- tamer oi Aiexanaer uranam, oeiovea father-in-law at Nairne.

LANDEB, Norman Stanley (Btan). 1 July 8, 1949, at hospital, dearly beloved only child of Norman and Jennie Lander, of 90 Young Street. Cremorne, aged 21 years. Privately cremated 9th Instant. LEES.

Christopher John. July 12, 1949 (suddenly), at his residence, Gor- Gertrude, and loved father of John, LOCKE, Thomas. July 'l2, 1949, at the Home of Peace, Marrlckvllle, dearly beloved husband of Edith Mary Locke. of 56a View Street. Annandale, aged 79 years ai resi.

MoNAMARA, Frances. July 8, at her residence, Ohatswood, wife of the late Jamee and dearly loved mother of Elizabeth (deceased), Margaret. Frances, Joseph, Ita, and Vera. R.I.P. Private Interment at Northern Suburbs Cemetery.

MAXWORTHY, Frederick James. July 12, 1949. at his residence, 72 Glebe Street, Glebe, dearly loved husband of Mary (LIU). Maxworthy, and dear son of James Maxworthy. aged 36 years.

NATION, Ethel Florence. July 8. 1949. at Young, widow of Alfred Gillard Nation and beloved mother of Peter, John; Jill (Mra. Slme).

Robert, Guy, and Dulce (Mrs. Auchlnachle). NICHOLAS, David Thomas. July 11, 1 Q4Q- f. a.

nrlvata hoenltal. Darline- hurst. beloved husband of Grace Marie mcnoias ana iovea minor oi ndjmuua, Keith, and Brian. NICOL, Thomas. July 12.

1940. at the Mater Mlserlcordlae Hospital, of 1 Wattle Street. KUlara, widower of Annie Eliza, and loved father of Marr (Mrs. F. J.

Allgood). John, AUck and Kenneth, father-in-law of Frederic. Gladys, AdeH a and Florence, In hta 78th year. m.evN. lUnHimil Cleorte.

Julv 11, 1949, late of Punchbowl and Dungog (accidentally wuea, motor nvEWH. ifnrv r.rtwnrv (Harry). July 19 iQ4n fiflftrMi Hearb Hosoice. late of 33 Balfour Road, Kensington, be loved nusoana juii wveno, father of Cowrie and Alton. ned 76 years.

Requiescat in pace. For funeral see Thursday's "Herald." PECK, Julia A. July 12, 1949, at Community Hospital, Chatswood loved wife of Henry E. Peck, of 21 Glover Street. Willoughby, late of Kurrajong Heights, and dear mother of A win (deceased), Henry John, 3 McDonald Street, Potts Point, Lena (Mrs.

A. R. Connelly. 2 Glover Street. Willoughby), Doris Irene (deceased).

Frank Carl, of Kurrajong Heights, and loved sister of Annie (Mrr. T. Mills, of Robertson Street, Parramatta), in her 85th rnncij 7' tt utm hnma 14. K.mieth Street. Lonaueirllle (formerly of Colonial Sugar Herlnlni dearly beloved huabantl of Emily, and loved father ot Ullan and Mavle.

BOBEBTS, Annie Grieve. July 10, MiAtt at h.r hmn. AT Road. Cremorne, dearly loved Bister of Mrs. W.

B. Charlton, Killara. Privately cre- mlA KU1.1S, marr jane. amy St. Oeorie Hospital, Korarah, and late of Penshurst, dearly loved aunt of Trlxle (Mrs, Wyse), aied 87 years.

Privately cremated. t. SAXON, Alfred Edward Waljer July 11, 1949, Alfred Edward Walter Saxon, dear husband of Annie Saxon and rond lather oi uaoei wm, aged 49 years. At rest. SHEPHERD, Susannah.

July IS. 1940. at her dauKhter'a residence, 44 Riverstone Road. Riverstone, relict of the late Henry Shepherd, formerly of Preemans Reach, and dear mother of Alf, Amy (Mrs. Real.

Minnie (Mrs. C. Stanford), Ethel (Mrs. Cameron), and S1BLEV, William, July 11, 1949. at Queanbeyan Hospital, beloved husband of Matilda Frances and loved father of May, Aioen, Thomas.

Florence, and John. At rest, siriiwiv Airr.d Alteock. July 9. 1949, at his residence. 7 Clarence Avenue, Deewhy, beloved husband Mary Ellen, and fond lather of Alfred ceased1).

Privately cremated. SnllTH, Aiexanaer iiw 104S, at Nepean District Hospital, of niu.niH. nnari bnu Plains, beloved husband of Florence Beatrice Smith, aged 01 years. HOUTH, Waiter July 11, 1949.. at the District Hospital, Mlttagong, beloved husband of the late Esther South and dearly loved father of Walter.

Lyla, Elsie, and Eric. SPINNEV. Elisabeth Laldlaw. July 11, 1049. at 3 Conway Avenue, Rand- ImiuI mn.hap nf Vrnri.

AndTHW (deceased), Bob, Arthur. Ted, Reg and Ken. privately cremated. STRICKLAND, Blri St. July 12, 1949 (suddenly), at his residence, 42 0s, cade Btreet, Paddlngton, dearly beloved husband of Jean Strickland and near lamer oi uarcy, uwh, iu.

aged 62 years. R.I.P. funeral notice, see Thursday'. "Herald." nTMM.H Ann Tnlv IS. 1949, at Woy Woy, Rellet of the late Ti, Hnwtmm rt.tA nf 2 Hart street.

Tempe). loved mother of Minnie (Mrs. J. Hallett). Bertha, (Mrs.

William. Herbert. Lily (Mrs. Hill), Mn Laall and Deris' (Mrs.

Qulnn). aged 7S years. At rtTELrEB, mobert July .12, 1949 (suddenly), of 48 Carshalton nmurinn n.arlv loved husband of Emily and dear father of Leslie. Jeesls (Mrs. O.

Smith), and Margaret, aged 80 years. For 'funeral particulars 'Xli "ffiS is. 1940 i-nirianiif i httinvnrt hiuband of Ollvt Tunney, of Willoughby, loved father ol Myrtle, See Thursday's "Herald" tor mineral WARD, Thomas Henry. July 13, lMt, at his reaiderice, 40 BellovueRoad, Bellevue Hill (lata Commercial Travel lers1 uiuo ana ibw xiihi now 8.Q.B. Apparel Pty.

husband 01 int law ranny vrn ana juthii father of Dorothy, Jack, and Zena, July 12, 1MB, at her residence, 13 Malta Street, Home bush, late of Moruya, loved wife of Alfred and beloved mother of Allot (deceased), Edith. Ernest. Alfred. Clarence (deceased), and Arthur, aged TB yf WILHON. Arlhar.

12. IMP. at hnanliail lalt nf fll O'Brien St. Bond I rtarly heioved hi wound nf May and fond brother of Jack. Btanley, Reginald.

Frank. Florence, and Haldeo wed 66 In A TRMAOT MHO, SUPPLY CO. 10 O'ConneU Sydney. For Immediate Delivery from Britain. DIESEL ALTXRNATOR) SETS, 10 to 300 KVA.

All est Guaranteed 12 months. ENGINES aval labia ex stock. Rcseberv. new: V1LLERS and UN DERWOOD 4 h.o. lnaulrles.

CRAW FORD ELECTRICS PTY. 3 Bond syaney. or BW1927. LuiiLHD ana uuivnAiuiut. can suddIv 12v.

300-watt. 24 v. un 1500 watt, 32v. 800 and 1 k.w., 4 amp. ana amp.

nuv. Try us. Traae supplied. CRAWFORD ELECTRICS PTY. 3 Bond St.

Sydney. BU5321 BW1927. EnUlMC-UK 1VEN UEHIIIATIMU BE. IB for octroi or dlesel fuel. Good deliveries an some types.

Auto eyncnonoua aw revs. A.G.E. motor. Direct-current Motors and Generators, sites. New fllngle-phaat Australian Motors.

Immediate delivery. 1-3, Vi horse-oower. F. T. B.

O'DONNELL, GRIFFIN fe PTY, Electrical Machinery Merchants and Engineers, 51 Drultt Street. Sydney. 'Phone. M29B1. REFRIGERATOR CABINETS, capacity 6.3 cubic feet, creme baked enamel finish, porcelain enamel liner, and 3- 100a sneives.

jmmeaiaie aenvery. uene-ral Manufacturing and Distributing ueoige Direct, araxineviut. utii77 LA2486. ONE 4.4-H.P. Slip Ring A.O.

Electric Motor, and aultahle Starter, recenllv overhauled, perfect order. Inspection, rarraroatta ttoaa, riveaocK, wtbi- 1 1 inuibn, unaiii, uAtui. Immediate delivery. EMERGENCY Petrol Engine and 32v. Generator, now driving, lighting 3 long clothing benches.

Installing larger plant; Sell complete wan anves, oeus, puiieys, k. iuo DOBRA 342 Eliz. St. nr. Central 1JETROL ELECTRIC SET, 5 KVA, 240 single phase, May be inspected under load.

Radio Theatre, Oatley, after p.m. Available delivery Sunday. Cash Price 325. 1IOHTINO Plant, suitable shop or -i office, petrol engine, generator, trans- lormrr, winery, jl 10, rryera riy, 1.10., New Canterbury Rd, Petersham. 'Ph.

Mr. LM5667. MOTORS for Hire, all sizes. Prompt Service for all Electrical Repairs. 8LING8BY and COLES PTY.

138. 160 Clarence Btreet. Bvdnev. HIRE, Motor Generator Lighting Equipment, WE Inatfti and attend. Book now for dances, parties, etc.

One more nignis. none, ouzon. ATOTOR GENERATOR. Lighting Units, AT-a, watin, in nunifi. we Install.

Immediate delivery. BURR ELL and SON BU2564. MOTOR, Petrol, Chrysler. 1929, eminently suitable aux. power plant.

01 umnnurn ourei. cooled, and senerator. complete, ad. order, needs a little adjustment. Price 4fi.

XW9170. TRANSFORMERS. 2000-watt, 2401 110 or 110240, sulUble conversion of Generator Sets. 10. PINNOCK.

72 Drultt Street. M2189. HOMELITE Lighting Plant. 32 2000 voltaae. control.

80 25w. lamps, suit shop, factory. 6810. Victoria Street, Merrylands, ELtC TH1U MU1UKH U.V. OU h.p., conditions not important.


Western Suburbs Electrical Co. Pty. LA3617-8. SUP RING Heavy Duty Motor, with Starter, suit Alternator. 1500 r.n.m.

B.H.P., 3-phate, 431v. UL3048. BATTERIES, lor all purposes. ATLAS BATTERY SERVICE, 454 Pacific Highway, crow's Nest. XB4081.

GENERATOR. for Sale. Briggs and Stratton Petrol. 240v 50 cycle. 280 watts.

'Phone. Nowra 409. MOTOR, brand new. well-known make. LA4531.

S.P. or Motorised Buffing Unit. Private. XM1482. EXCHANGE.

DC. 240 v. Motor lor similar A.C. type. BX2691.

COVENTRY Climax Generating Set, 2.75 K.V.A., for Pale. MX2013. ALL Electrical Wiring and Repairs. For Service, ring MW3047. I1LECT.

Motor, for le. W. Rand, Baker St. Carllngford. IjlLECTRIC D.C.


Pilot Arc. 200 amp, as nrw, 80. LM4775. MOTORS, Crompton new. 103; 13, 01.

FA6875. GEN. 240 A.C. IS D.C. 2S0 pert, rond.

618 Darling St. Rozelle. WANTED to Purchase, in good con-. dltlon. 3-phase 7'? KVA Alternator.

415240 volts, complete with exciter and switchboard. Advise price and condition. REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION and SERVICE CO. PTY. fl Bridge Road.

Glebe. MW2588. Alternator, with Exciter, A. H-ohase. 1000 r.p.m, PEN FOLDS WINES PTY, 0 York Strsct, Sydney.

WANTED. 30 KVA Generaltng Plant, complete with Diesels or Power Kerosene Engine, ready tor use. Delivery immediately. Not D.C. MOTE LADDERS, 38 Victoria Road.

Drummoyne, WA2521. WANTED. Immediate Delivery. 30 KVA Generator. com Die te (not D.C.).

ready for immediate use. Apply MOTE LADDERS, 38 Victoria Rd. Drum moyne. wAzaz. itt iWTFn.

Immediately. 50 to 'W K.V.A. Diesel Alternator, 415230 50 cycles. Reply R. C.

HENDERSON (PTY.) 11. in RandlA Street. Svdnev. M2361 WANTED, tjeneraior or Alternator. 20 to 30 K.V.A.

motor coupled preferred. CELCO MFG. Ryde 831 or 1472. GENERATING PLANT, 2.75 to 5 KVA, wanted immediately. Ring LF4144.

Australasian Cakes, 7 Elswlck Lane, Lelchhardt. WANTED One only 15-25 KVA Alternating Set, complete, ready to run. Reply Beacon Cables, Spencer St, Five-dock. UJ4300. WANTED, 25 to 35 K.V.A, Alternator, complete with Exciter.

240-415 volts, 3-pha5e, 50 cycles, immediate delivery. Ring MA6814. rif ALTERNA- TORS. REQUIRE 4 or 5 KVA 240 Petrol ttWtrlc Set. 'Phone M4828.

Fashion Patterns. 649 Harris St. city. WT AKTBU. uenerating rianiv, appnw.

1 KVA, 1000 watt. 240 AC. 50 cycle A. DONALD. 139 Elizabeth St.

MA9666. WANTED. Voltage Regulator, lor 13 KVA Alternator. Ring LM5461, Mr. Butler or Mr.

French. WANTED. 35-50 K.V.A., Unit, com-olete. BX1793. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AT ELVY'S: THE NEW HOWARD MINIATURE GRAND PIANO, de signed for the small Bungalow or Flat, ano wii a tone 01 a hiiicu i.

instrument. Add prestige to your home with a new Grand Piano. Cash or Easy Terms and lor immediate delivery. ELVY 8, 3H7 ueorge street, opp. 1-mock's.

BX3571. AT ELVY'S. The largest, and bent range ol New and Reconditioned Uprights. Grands and Player Planes to be seen-in Sydney. Not for many months have we had such a wonderful selection to offer.

Grands by such makers as Chlckering, Bechsteln. Challen, etc. Uprights from 115. Easy Terms. ELVY'S.

397 George Btreet, opp. Dymock's. BX3571. ELVY'S have the best range of World Renowned Player Pianos that have been available for years. Hammond, Gul-bransen.

Stein and Slngola. Prices from 185, and on Easy Terms. Rolls and Bench free. Highest value for your Piano If traded In. ELVY'S.

397 George Street, opp. Dymock's. BX3571. A ELVY'S: ESTEY UPRIGHT PIANO, A an Instrument which will meet with the approval of the most critical buyer. Moderately priced, Easy Terms if desired.

ELVY'S, 307 George Street, opp. Dymock's. BX3571. ALLEN GRAND PIANO: A delight- Vj fni instrument in aim oct new con dition. The touch ind tone will be ap preciated ny tne most exacting musician and the price is only half that of a New Piano of similar dimensions, ELVY'S.

397 George Street, opp. Dymock's. BX357K IANOS, PRE-WAR. nkWt. tn llf.

1. tit. pursuit of happiness. A Piano WIU help to onng nappinesa to your noma. RONISOH, fSTEINWAY.

RCHWECHTBN, BEALE, MIGNON, and Famous player Plane an rKraidltloned as rood new at half the price of some i piano TMiws from HO srulneu. Payments from 10 weekly. Writ or call for Free Piano Book let, "Ar. Your oniiaren musioair-- BEBARFALDS LIMITED, Oppnelte Sydney Town Hall. M00O1.

JIANOB. PLAYER, PIANOS, 'mre TtTCAnONR hv vnu ahould buy your PlirlO or rAYXR PIANO from McFARLArTDB. ol Mamcaviiia iiini aavrn in war. II you requlrft term, ottrt art the Service Preo for Two Yoara your narantM that tht Inurnment le DSriBCL. In PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS.

Leading makes only: bteihwak, dbmjv, viu-TOR. QULBRAN6EN. STRAD, RONtSOH BROADWOOD. L1PP. ti.

t. modal 2 CROWN), and many other Piano, irom 90 uuiiiono, You are eaie In your Inveetment If you buy renaoie imirumen. irom U. NvrauUjAsllJi BHU RETAILERS OP QUALITY PIANOS, 371 HarrictTllle Rond. Marrickyllle.

BUY DIRECT PROM THE FACTORY. C. E. OAVXES end sons offer the Pleno Beautiful 17. The Pleno with the Golden Tone.

Built with flneit Imported ell-Arttlth action end PULL 88-note Keyboard. flniil fit nxi at li Borucii BoundhOaard. full Iron frame, The lovely tone or thla beautiful Ptano will emeze you. Small depoilt, 3 yemra- terma. Ana, s- MEMBER, only ja per miersii ALSO llj.r suwkfl of Paetory Rebuilt PLAY' km and PIANOS hv world' btni makers All tully tuarenteed.

Free delivery, Rolh end Stool. Vlalt our modern new Pee- lory winwiroran hi wio yiown mrwi, Mtr Pevowhlre Btreet, end un money. 'Phone, AMOS. or MOHIHGTON and WlBTOIV, A nssr English tutrujnsnt ta Baby Grands, PALING tnd 00. LTD 8 OEOBGBBTROT SEMI AND BABT GRANDS, England'g Bast, Just Landed.

W' PALING and CO. LTD 338 GEORGE STREET SYDNEY. BL2331. A I' WINK WORTH '8. PLAYER PIANOST 0Ba raciory recondtuoned and eauii A new- Fully GUARANTEED BtSn Rolls Free.

Moderate Deposit. TaSl from C310 Monthly fM Your Piano traded as part navmenr WINKWORTH'S, fil York at PIANOS and PLAYERS. 'B BELOW CITY PRICES. Fully guaranteed pianos from mmm Players from 180. Terms to auit 1 WOODS.

191 Burwood Koi hiSwl DJ3366, also Newcaituf "PIANO and PLAYER REPAIRERS 481 Kent St (behind ToWn Sal) MARSHALL and HOSE mm PIANOS, ust landed First in spert .111 will Tike PrSSt Psrt Psyment, at CARNEOIES. a2 GEBMAH Iian-ltame IMPORtid PIANO, check action, fully anteed. 105 cash, or terms tnmFti monthly. WINKWORTH til Vork St, Sydorr GENUINE RICH. UPP and somi stutti.rt PIANO.

Tao-'rown lSI frame Suitable for student. Glorious tone. Csah or t.m WINKWORTH 61 York at DOOSEY and HAWKES BRAU -B DANCE BAND INSTRUMENTS SJJ available at BUTTONS Writ, In llculars, 42 York Si, Sydney wr" BEFORE BUYINO a'neW PIANO In. upect Ihe near Imported SeitK; mrj st on 17S Sydney. Cash or Srjirnm.t.l snd SETTIM10 SOPRANr PIANO ACCORDIONS In from 1010 to full i.lf?" now avEllable at BUTTONS.

42 York in' Sydney. Ofch or Terms JOHN BROADWOOD and SONS Bm.ll PIANO. Iaie model. ioJsl fo 3. Moderate denn.ll fml ...1 monthly: W.NKWORTH-S Vork 61.

SYDNEY. kWi.A" i Klrkham ChipttfS' Knlsht, Monlruton and Wcion Minos Enslsnd's best. :138 Oeorse 6 EvdnVf' DRAITLINO'S Piano Es, 1800' 140,142 Pacific Nlh Sri 'ffi ers to convenu and colleju. piiSos and Players Recond. snd Polihij, jbm2i PIAN0- 8ufl Expe ls, 338 0W' 120 bus, couplers suit professional or otherwise.

128 38 redlA0I.R.DsIO!?t.'"' "ffiST nffibk SchKl- Victoria Hrjl GERMAN Full Iron-frame Plsno, Ilk, new. Bars. 80. 20 10 weeky. LM3324.

HARTLEY'S 526 Marrlckvllle Road. Dulwich Hill TJARRISON. BROADLEY: lst-dsn i EnlUh Plonos. E. McParlsnd, Chatswood.

JA61134. CCHWECHTEN PIANO for the t-J oner. Open for one week only, 42 Cronulla Street. Carlton. VICTOR Academy Piano, perlecf.

con- u100' 3- 12 PhllUn Street. Petersham. SPANISH OU1TAR, 'Cello type, wllh case, 13. 97 Holmes SI, Klntt. ford, at night.

GERMAN PIANO. .10. ofltr. or Sat. el Boronla street.

Redfern. ENGLISH PIANO, Iron frame, toed condition. 85. 21 Hunter street, Petersham. Plsyer Pleno.

stool, Rolls, Roll Cabinet, new condition, 26 Lewisham 8t. Dulwlrh Hill. BEALE Player Piano, stocl. Uolli, Just psctory Reconditioned. ECLANS 406 P'matts Rd.

Petenhsm 3IANO TUNING. Repsirs, by our ex-J- perts. BRAITLINO and SONS, 152 PJmatta Rd, Ashfleld. UA7743, DM8381. TJLAYER PIANO.

American, beautiful -t condition and tone. Rolls, stool. Bargain. 125. UM8614.

TRUMPETS, CORNETS, Spanish and -Steel Guitars, Banjos. G'phones, violins. 240 Ellz. SI. nr.

RW. ONE Emu Dressier Piano, like ne', 110. Apply 23a Chestnut Rd, Auburn. Principals onlv. IMPORTED GRAND PIANOS now sltl.

able for Immediate Delivery. SOT-IONS, 42 York St, Sydney. PIANO, Conradl, aood order. Thun, and Friday mornings. 30 Lewlsham Street, Dulwich Hill Terminus.

BED, PLAYER PIANOS with 12 Rolls and seat, available for Immediate delivery at BUTTONS. Easv Terms. "VI OZART PIANO, as new: modem. XvJLDlaln model.

HAhTrait opp. Cinema, Dulwich Hill. ior saie, renznn, izo, Rio, JL Cronulla 387. BABY GRAND PIANO. Danemann.

Apply 123 Ninth Avenue. Csmptle, "PLAYER PIANO, new condition, cheap, JL 349 Enmore Rd. Marrlckvllle. PLAYER PIANO, modern, jood, ilSO. 48 Albert St, Lelchhsrdt.

ERMAN Nebrlch Piano, as new. Snap, 51 Wetherlll St. Croydon. pOLLARD and Collard, Rosewood, In Hood order. 62.

WX1764. HERBST PIANO, underdamper, 95. 154 Anzso Pde, Kenslneton. MIONOH PLAYER, new order. 100 rolls.

154 Ansae Pde. Kenalnston, BLDTHNER GRAND PIANO. BOudMr, 154 Ansae Pde, KenslnBton. IRON-FRAME PIANO Ior Sale. XBD279.

PIANOLA, perfect cond. Ring F05933, after 7.30 p.m. SEMI GRAND, Broadwood. Must sell before. Sat.

180. FJ1922. BEAUT. PIANO. I.F..

nice ord. O.D. 40. Sac. 9 Mccauley St.

BELL Organ. 10-stop. gd. cond. 174 13 Carlisle St.

Lelchha'd. BABY GRAND, BLUTHNKB. new 1938. Superb tone and ano. PW4653 PIANO.

German. I.F.. p.n, 95. Flat 10. 14 Francis 61.

Poaal. WANTED, good, make Iron-frame PIANO, out of order not objected to. but must be tree from corer. Will pay good price, OA3008; or write T. STEPNEY, 49 Hinmpinn PIANOS and PLAYERS WANTED UF-MMwtf WT.wa nr.

nr.oared te oiler you the highest prices and value, for your old Piano or Player. Cash, Trade-in. or Exchange. ELV5 S. 397 George Street, opp.

Dymock'a. BXJ571. irnnhnntiims. Bastai, Drums, and sousaphones. Spotcaill.

prices paid. NICHOLSON Frr.flnH 416 George Street. Sydney. MS041, ANTED TO BUY, Cornets, Hemi, n.inhnnluma. BSHU, Drums and Sousaphones.

Spotcsah. Bell prices paid. NICHOLSON PTY. US, 416 Oeorge Street. Sydney.

112041. uiturirni.x. BOUDOIR GRAND PIANO Ior JJ vate home, In good order and bleng free from borer. Reply Box aim. WANTED, gootl powerful Chi" model Organ by Ealey.

Packard, Jl similar make. Cash. E. H. MARTIN 41 Ooodlet St.

Ashbury. 1S AXT ANTED FOR TOWN HALL: A goM, rv sound instrument, note 1 Hi.hit to naro wora. rTee iron, cash price offered. J.w'ift."iii, heoleasei send a representative lo inspect. Rlnl.

writ, or call. 33B George, si. PLAYER fianub: raiuis -j to aecure a few Player Pianos In CM cond. Apply W. H.

PAtma um, ays ueorge m. chj- OtitJ ueariB at, WANTED, iron-lrame Piano ior Cain to-day. WANTED, PLAYER PIANO, aro-100. pilvete- MX2720. "Wf ANTED.

aUnlah Guitar. 'PWM GUITAR, any mwim. Call 11 Olebe Road, Glebe. WANTED, Player Piano and PW any condition. Soot cah.

OAfWI. wtlUm QYDNEY MORNING flMtt" Th. fnllowlnv classifications must authenticated: BIRTHS, by a pu ENOAGEafENTS and AWROMS MAPJUAOES. by the ltn4, cures ana aaaresne. vi w'ir-7s parties; fclARRIAGES, by the oMJ tSlnlster, Registrar, or Mara.

OemOeat; MATHS, MEMORIAM. ON ACTIVE SERVPB. and RETURN THANKS. PAR-TnTER SHIPS nocessiUt. writes character reference.

rt Adveruaementa wriuei, -r and endorsed with signature dress. The number of inseniona -j correct neaaina n'wav, AHrl setUrur. and elassillMUoM must sdW to our rules. Th. vritlon th.

tight to alter or omit fw and while Aerery IJ cued, do not hold themseltes responsw Ior error. In or mlsclssslOcstlon of vertlsenenU No allowance alll mad. Ior errors unless to them on the day of puMlcat on. "Hermld" box numbers are oMalnrW at a tm of 3d. RepUos must be csw for within seven day, at 'be 8-81 Saturdays, W.

Holldara, 8-11 a.m. Irutlrus, ennauan nam oo post-office Herald," nos acceptao. What nferenota are required cl boa number, at "coplea only. orlglnaJ. or documents ol value WJ been lnady.rt.ntly forwarded, WJ return lmnwdlet.1T.

RenuuU for ph graphs not allowed, Adyrrtlsemenu must be early a. possible prior Publttstlj. andWharnrtahourf added to counW for samd-hand Jj asowera (nana openurar, Ines (domestic). Electric OtntrtUiTS Motors unoer lio h.p., snd must comply with the Prices Regulatr" and divining rules permitted In all elssaltlcstlons ea Births, Marriages. In Memorlem.

On Active Servlee. of Honour, and Return Thanks. Advertising Inoulrles may be rnt 0-8 weeklaya and -U, Saturdays. JOHN rAITII'nTr It RON8 i I- PrlrfUid and published by "ZS-At srm. Limited, at tared ofnee nf th.

Oom'panr, Huolsl Stttwt, Sydney. TYSREL fnee Joan Daniel, of Cre morne). July 3. to the Rev. John and joan Tyrrei, oi Micnaeinouse.

-tjaigowan, JJatal. South Africa a son (Christopher), WHITE fnM Wallace). Julv 12. al Mater Hospital, to Ivan and Shirley a qaugnte (vmenne Mary). ENGAGEMENTS "BARRAGE CLEGG.

The Enaaee went is announced of Doris, only child of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clegg, of Llth- Ew, to Rupert, son of Mrs.

C. Riley, of thgow. BOULT DANFORD -HAYES. The Ztegagemerit to announced of Foe, second daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.

J. Dan- Xora-tiayeB. oi ijinoneia. to ueanc, eldett son of Mr. and Mrs.

0. M. G. p. Boult, of Killara.

RAnniWr.HAM KENT. The En- tiMinmt in announced rrf Dawn Marie. daughter of Mrs. 8. Kent and the late Mr.

E. Kent, of Rose Bay, to Suporfc Jamea, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. Hardlngham.

of Bane soucl. nent announced of Dapnne Margaret, second daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

viw Hf rinunilv fftrtnnrlv at Tamworth. to Patrick Laurance, younger son of the late Mr. W. Johnston, of Belfast, and Mrs. Johnston, of Woollahra, formerly 01 JOBY BTJRTT.

The Engagement Is announced of Valerie Joan, only daughter th. utjt Mr. N. Burtt and Mrs. B.

Burtt, of Godfrey Btreet. Banksia to x. R. Jory and Mrs. R.

Jory. of Alison Road, Randwlck. Announced of Yvonne Grace, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.

J- Grace, of Ashfleld, to Lex King, second son of MrT and Mrs. J. O. King, of Malua Williams, of Kempsey. to Allen James, son of the late Mr.

and Mrs James Maguire. of Lane Cove. i rnnl.R HTTGGETT. The En- fcagement is announced of Joan, younger S.r..i.i- Up a and late W. H.

Maroney of Young, to Philip, only on of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Nicholas, of rHobart.

Tasmania. FAYNE CHAVE. The Engagement Is announced of Enid, the elder daughter ot Mra. Elvira Chave, to Dick, elder Son Of Mr. and Mrs.

K. Payne. TRD8LER. The Emrage- 'went la announced of Barbara Louise, "ounger daughter of Mrs. L.

M. Truster, ht Vauoluse. to -Eric Norman, younger ion of Mr. and Mrs. E.

J. Robinson, of COKER WICKY. The Engagement is announced of Rita Claire, elder daughter of ths lato Mr. Edouard J. Wicky shd of Mrs.

O. A. Turner, of Cremorne, to Arthur Aynsley. second son of Mr. and Mrs.


Jun 15. at VreebyterlaTt Church. Epplrur, by Rev. ft, OTUlckshank, Jeesie. younger daughter of the lata Mr.

and Mrs. A. W7 Hasklng. Epping. Harold Geoige, younger son ot Mr.

p. and the late Mrs. Granger, ot Rutland. Young. GOLDEN WEDDINGS CARBON LYNCH.

July 13. 1899, at Glasgow, by the Rev. albert Laurie, John Keers Carson to Annie smith rnoh. Present address, 358 Living-atone Road. Marrlckvllle.

DEATHS ADAMS, Olive Lottiaa roler.July t'. at the residence of her daughter, Sirs, H. Delany. 323 Rau Street, Albury, dey 'oved vllf of the late Thomas William Adams, fonnerly of 19 BtaHon Btreet, Camberwell. Victoria, JSvSt mother of Olive (Mrs.

Delany). IvanT Muriel and Lance, and arsnd-ttofter of Bill, Ken and Mert, aged 82 EtelynJuly 12. 1949, her residence Primrose Avenue. ose be ry. dearly loved wife of William SSirtdeoeased).

mother of William. Dolly (Mrs. Dade), Doris (Mrs. Clark), rhoffiw-lri-law of Jack and Sam. ana Silsen.

dear nanna of John and Sandra. Sea Thursday's "Herald" for funeral Eveln nosehery. dear sisUr of Tommy, Fanny WrUPharrn Georse. Lllr (Mrs. Charlie, Harold and sister-InJlaw of Cyril.

Harry, Maisle, and aunt if BsTnlce, Bon, Dorothy and Jack, Lou anf Shirley, and Chaclle'a boys and AIKBN. Irene Evelyn. July 12, 1949 of Sid and Maud Aiken, aunt of nSMwS imp, 1 clMttwdod, dMrly brtoved wile of Hurry SSSSv Ant" lovrt "other JWZUnv nrUlfMi, 1nlv 12 1040. Her reeldence, 12 nxamautth -feH8rood. dewly beloved utter of Percy AdeUlde).

Effle, Jean LSiid.of S2lSf 11- 1040. -t 14 Park Avenue, Burwood. deer of iuy end nother.ln-Uw of 'SSSbar1, i JS'ovrt jnorter of JMilc Beouet In pee fa Bee Tnuredej'e "Herald" ior junerai r. M.r. MatUd.

July 13. lr3 at her residence, 67 Annandile -M dearly loved mother -hi 3 Charlei, Olive, Jean, Edward. Flor-'l mhVuI Teiale. aed. SB At "Miwm.

Mary. July 11, 1MJ, late St. of Davie Town" loved mother of Bert. wcwer-ln-iawoi JtiSSSk i-mei 10, 1B49 of li Kaetvlew Btreet. Wolletone-l7H' ,11.1.

North Syd- S. 'brother of Leate (deceaMd), Wi. HeSlIn (dieaied), William (de- rill UIWUBU ia Trancll street: banl'y tniddenly). dearly lond Mi- dean.

Bob, and John, aed it nan. oi uiaia.aiiu Sown, rautn. kim. July i kth niM.v HMinlta of 2 Sobey Street, Meecol. beloved huijbend of AIM inn near JT Ton.

Noli' (Mre. S. and 1 yean. ten, itM 7 i mm 'V? V.i'v.

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