OBITUARY MR. W. D. GORDON Mr. Wiiliam Deuchar Gordon, aged 80 years, of "Manar," Braidwood, died on Tuesday night at St Luke's Hospital, Syd ney. He has been in indifferent health for some years. Deceased spent most of his life at Braidwood, where he was con nected with many organisations and societies dealing with pas toral affairs. Surviving him are his widow, two sons, William ("The Gib," Bungendore) and Deuchar, ("Tur alla", Bungendore) and two daughters, Margaret ("Manar") and Elizabeth (Mrs. Ashleigh Davy, of Sydney). He is also survived by six grandchildren. He leaves one brother, James ("Werriwa," Bungendore), and four sisters, Frances (Sydney), Violet (Mrs Macarthur Onslow, Camden), Ruby (Mrs. Warry, Sydney), and Cherie (also, of Sydney). Cremation took place to-day after a service at St. Marks Anglican Church, Darling Point. The ashes will be interred at the Gordon family's cemetery at Manar. A Sydney telegram states that a 36-year-old salesmar?. lha been arrested and chaiged With issaulting a woman in the Royal Arcade with intent to rob her. Mrs. Ivy Watson was attacked by a man who knocked ,her over and attempted to take her h'.andbag.