FUNERAL OF MAJOR DANGAR. The remains of the late Major Clive Collingwood Dangar, M.C., who died in Melbourne on Thursday, were laid to rest within the Waverley Cemetery on Saturday aftcrnoon. Pull military honours were accorded the funeral, which was attended by a large gathering of both military and civil representatives of the State and by the general public. A short service was held at St. John's Anglican Church, Darlinghurst, at which Canon Beck officiated. The coffin, covered with the Union Jack, was borne from the church on the shoulders of six returned members of the A.I.F., and was placed upon the gun carriage in waiting. The pall-bearers, eight in number, were all of the same rank as the deceased, viz., Majors Timothy, Sweetland, Lynch, Holman, Shilllington, Clerk, Murray, and Parkes. A number of other distinguished officers from the front were also in the procession. In addition there were Brigadier-General Lee (District Commandant) and Colonel Sandford, A.A.G.