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Family Notices

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KEARY.—April 10, at her residence, Keary's Hotel,

William-street, the wife of Thomas Keary, of a daughter. MACLEOD.—April 14, at her residence, City View,    

Crown and Albion streets, S. H., the wife of Rev. Dr.   John Macleod, of a son.


ROUSING—HORDERN.—April 2, at the Danish Church,  

St. James' London, by the Rev. Storm, Captain Chris- tian Martin Crone Rousing, R.E., K.C.B., late consulting         engineer to H.M. the King of Siam, eldest son of the late Captain M. Rousing, Copenhagen, Denmark, to Florence A., second daughter of the late Mr. Edward   Hordern, Sydney, and of Mrs. E. Hordern, Wahroonga, N.S.W. (By cable.) Melbourne papers please copy.

STUTCHBURY—-MILLER.—April 12, 1897, at the Wes-    

leyan Church, Ashfield, by Rev. Rainsford Bavin, George Alfred, younger son of James Stutchbury, of Leichhardt, to Georgina Margaret, youngest daughter of the late James Miller, of Sydney.


BAKER.—April 18, 1897, at his residence, 27A Oatley-road,

Paddington, John Simpson Baker, of The Folly, Folkestone, Kent, England, in his 84th year. Home   papers please copy.

CALDWELL.— April 17, at the Sydney Hospital, of

meningitis, William James, beloved eldest son of W. B. Caldwell, of Queen-street, Campbelltown, aged 18 years  

and 8 months.

DALTON.—April 14, at the Burrandong District Hospital,  

Young, Nurse Jessie M. Dalton, of typhoid fever, second daughter of the late Senior-sergeant Charles Dalton and

Jessie Dalton, aged 25 years.

GRAHAM.—April 18, Alice Geraldine, wife of Alfred  

Ledeson Graham, of the Commercial Banking Company,


GULLY.—April 16, at Highbury, Alviston-street, Strath-

field, Thomas Gully, late of Parramatta.

JONES.—April 17, 1897, at Welford, Macleay-street, Potts   Point, Jane, the eldest beloved daughter of Joseph and  

Christina Ross, late Camperdown Glass Works. Edin- burgh and Liverpool papers please copy.

JONES.—April 17,1897, at Welford, Macleay-street, Potts    

Point, Jane, beloved sister of James and Christina Boag. Melbourne and Brisbane papers please copy.

JONES.—April 17,1897, at Welford, Potts Point, Jane, the    

dearly beloved wife of Richard Jones, and dearly be- loved sister of Ross Bros., of Erskinville, in the 29th    

year of her age.

MUSGRAVE.—April 15, Ann Eliza Musgrave, youngest    

daughter of the late Thomas Musgrave, Goulburn.   NOSWORTHY.—April 17, accidentally drowned in Lane

Cove River, Sydney Arthur, son of Thomas and Mary       Nosworthy, aged 17 years 4 months.

STURROCK.—April 18, Charles Bonnor Chalmers, be-

loved son of Lottie and David Sturrock, of Delana, Neutral Bay, aged 8 months.

WOOD.—April 17, at Sydney, Elizabeth Lindsay, beloved    

wife of G. F. Wood, late of Manly, aged 42, eldest   daughter of the late John Rogerson, West Melbourne.  

In Memoriam.

BATEMAN.—In loving memory of our dear father, Michael Wellesley Bateman, who departed this life 19th  

April, 1895, oat his residence, Carrington-street, West Maitland. " For ever with the Lord." Inserted by his loving daughtera, J. and A. B.  

DEARDEN.—In fond memory of my dear husband,

Thomas Hedley Dearden, who died April 19th, 1896. He   giveth His beloved sleep. Inserted by his loving wife,

Clara Dearden.

GATES.—In loving memory of our dearly-beloved  

daughter, Polly Gates, who died at her parents' resi- dence., St Thomas', North Sydney, April19,1891, aged     "31 years. Inserted by her loving parents, J. and E. Wheatley. Wrapped in sleep.

MORGAN.—In loving remembrance of my dear mother  

Rosa Mary Morgan, who died at Ashfield 19th April, 1895. Inserted by her affectionate daughter, Mrs. R.  


TULK.—In ever fond remembrance of my dear husband Thomas, who departed this life April 19th, 1896, at his residence, 290 Point Piper-road, Woollahra. Inserted by his loving wife, Sarah Tulk. Portsmouth (Eng.)   papers please copy.

WARD.—In sad but loving remembrance of our dear    

father, Daniel Ward, who departed this life on the 19th April, 1896. Inserted by his loving children. Gone but

not forgotten. R.I.P.    

Return Thanks.

Mrs. CHARLES DALTON and FAMILY return their

sincere THANKS to the Committee, Doctors, Matron, and Nurses of the Burrangong District Hospital and other friends for their extreme kindness, attention, and

sympathy in their recent bereavement.

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