AT THE CEMETERY.
The interment took place in the South Head Public Cemetery, Watson's Bay, where a number of relatives of the deceased are also buried. The cemetery is near the cliffs, about a quarter of a mile from the lighthouse, and overlooks the ocean. The grave is on the north side, and adjoining it are the graves of Mrs. Duncan Robertson (daughter of Sir John Robertson), Lady Robertson, Mrs. Gilliat (fourth daughter of Sir John Robertson), Ethel May Bell, aged 12 (a niece), and Mr. Davis (father-in law of deceased).
A body of 50 metropolitan police and a dozen water police, under the command of Inspector Atwell and Sub-inspectors Scott and Hyem, were drawn up round the grave in the form of a large square. The procession arrived at the cemetery at 5 o'clock, and immediately afterwards the coffin, covered with wreaths, was borne into the square and up to the grave, followed on foot by the chief mourners and others in processional order. The coffin was then lowered into the grave, and there were placed upon it the wreaths sent by his Excellency Lord Jersey, the Reform Club, Lord Car- rington, several members of the family of Sir John Robertson, and also one sent by the Mayor and Mayoress on behalf of the citizens of Sydney. Amongst those immediately surrounding the grave were his Excellency the Governor, his Excellency Admiral Lord Charles Scott, the Chief Justice (the Hon. Sir Frederick Dar- ley), and some of the other members of the Judicial Bench, and also Mr. John Lang, son of the late Rev.