ANDREW.—September 6, at Jessielea, French's-road,
Willoughby, the wife, of John Andrew, of a son.
GOUDIE.—September 1, 1897, at the residence of her
sister, Braeside, Kogarah, the wife of the Rev. James Goudie, Carcoar, of a daughter.
HALL.—August 24, at her residence, St. Orme, Park
Avenue, Burwood, the wife of F. Foster Hall, of a
HENDERSON.—On August 30, 1897, the wife of A. L. Henderson, Postmaster, Enfield, of a son.
NICHOLSON.—August 20, at her residence, Bombala,
the wife of W. B. Nicholson, resident Engineer for Roads, Public Works Department, of a daughter.
ROBINSON.—August 27, at Abingdon, Gundagai, the wife
of Wallace A. Robinson, of a daughter.
STATHAM.—September 2, at her residence, Eastella, Gos-
ford, the wife of Hugh W. Statham, of a son.
GALVIN.—September 7, 1897, at her residence, 55 Hordern-
street, Newtown, Lucy, the beloved wife, relict of the late Alderman Thomas Galvin, and second daughter of the late John Nobbs, of Evesham, England, in her 71st year.
HENDERSON.—On September 7, 1897, at his parents'
residence, Cecil Lamont, infant son of A. L. and H.
NEWMAN.—September 3 ,1897, at his residence, 16 Susan-
street, Newtown, Charles Alfred Newman, aged 82 years, for many years Registrar of Newtown.
BLAIR.—In fond and loving memory of my dear sister, Margaret Blair, who departed this life September 8th, 1895. Loved by us all. Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, J. and W. Halford.
BLAIR.—In loving memory of our dear sister, Margaret,
who died on 6th September, 1895. Loved by us all. In- serted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Sarah and
Not last, but in Thy care,
Till by-and-bye we meet ; Enough—tis hard to bear ;
Tis dark—but hope is sweet.
M'RITCHIE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Ann
G. M'Ritchie, who departed this life at Junee, September 8, 1893. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law,
Bob and Annie.
M'RITCHIE.—In sorrowful remembrance of our dearly
loved mother, Ann Stevens M'Ritchie, who died at her son David's residence, Junee, September 8, 1893. Kate
Mr., Mrs. J. C. and D. MACKAY and Mary Jane HALL
desire to return THANKS to their many kind friends for their expressions of sympathy and floral tributes, owing to the sad and untimely death of their dearly beloved mother, Jane Simpson, who died suddenly through burns accidentally received on August 30. We also desire to return Thanks to the Rev. Mr. Brush for his great kind- ness.