GILLESPIE—OLDFIELD.—October 4, at Rippon Grange, Wahroonga, by the rev. J. Kempt Bruce, George, fourth son of the late George Gillespie, Melbourne, to Francis Mary, second daughter of the late Captain G. T. Oldfield, London.
COOPER—SCARR.—October 13, at St. Stephen's Church,
Edgecliff-road, by the Rev. Herbert C. Vindin, Joseph
Cooper, of Greylands, Singleton, to Emilie E., eldest daughter of the late John Agar Scarr, Kalimna, Manly. Silver Weddings.
COMMON—ORD.—October 31, 1875, at St. Nicholas, New- castle-on-Tyne, by the Rev. A. Goodenham, Joseph Common to Agnes Ord.
BROOKS.—October 23, 1900, at her residence, No. 2 Cope-
land-street, Alexandria, Janet, beloved wife of Charles Brooks, suddenly, of apoplexy, aged 62 years, late of
Mudgee and Armidale.
DE BOOS.—October 30, at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. C. C. Watson, Congewoi, Ryde, Charles Edward Augustus De Boos, aged 82 years.
GARLAND.—At Naremburn, on the 30th instant, Nancy
Susannah, wife of Captain W. R. Garland, and mother of C. L. Garland (late M.L.A. for Carcoar), Mrs. Forbes Fineher, and William Garland.
HYDE.—October 30, 1900, at North Shore Hospital, Thomas Hyde, dearly beloved husband of Bridget Hyde, aged 44 years, leaving a devoted wife and two sons to mourn their loss. For many years in the employ of the North Shore Gas Company. Rest in peace.
OLLIVE.—October 27, 1900, at her residence, Ivy Cottage,
Opper Picton, Rinah Ollive (nee Hales), relict of late Ebenezer Ollive, aged 79 years, native of Cornbrook,
VALLACK.—October 30, 1900, at his residence, Verani, Homebush-road, Robert Aldrich, second son of the late
Richard Glinn Vallack, aged 40, of consumption.
WATT.—October 29, Alfred Joseph Watt, chemist,
George-street, city, aged 66 years. God is love.
ALLEN.—In loving remembrance of William Allen, who died at his residence, 14 Pitt-street, 1891. Inserted by his loving wife and children. May his soul rest in peace. BROWN.—In loving memory of Patrick Brown, who de-
parted this life on October 31, 1898. Inserted by his loving wife and family.
DICKINSON.—In loving memory of Mary, the late be-
loved wife of Thos. M. Dickinson, late of Burton-on- Trent, Staffordshire, England, who departed this life October 31st, 1898, at 223 Bourke-street, Darlinghurst,
Sydney, New South Wales. Inserted by her loving husband, Thos. M. Dickinson. Dead, but not forgotten. DICKINSON.—In sad but loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Mary Dickinson, who departed this life October 31st 1898, late of Burton-on-Trent, England. A loving mother and faithful wife. Never forgotten by her sorrowful children, Polly, Annie, Lizzie, Arthur, and Maudie. Home papers please copy.
McBURNEY.—In sad but loving memory of my dear hus-
band and our loving father, Snowden McBurney, who departed this life October 31st, 1898. Inserted by his affectionate wife, M. J. McBurney, and loving children, Sarah, Lizzie, Arthur, Ada, Ethel, Norman, Harold, Mildred, Freddie. At rest.
McCOY.—In fond and loving memory of my dear husband
and our affectionate father, Richard Hatton McCoy, who departed this life October 31, 1899. Inserted by his loving wife and family. Sadly missed. R.I.P.
McCOY.—In fond remembrance of my dear son and our beloved brother, Austin Richard McCoy, who died October 25, 1897. Inserted by his sorrowing mother, brothers, and sisters. R. I. P.
MENSER.—In memory of my dear husband and our dear
father, Morris Menser, who departed this life October 31, 1897. God rest his soul. Inserted by his fond wife and children, also Mrs. A. Benjamin and A. A. Menser,
of Brisbane. MENSER.—In sad but loving memory of my dear father, Morris Menser, who departed this life October 31st,
1897. May his soul rest in peace. Inserted by his
loving son Harold, Taree, N.S.W.
NEELY.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who
died October 31st, 1889. Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law, Arthur and Minnie.
Dearest mother you have left us, We can see your face no more,
You have left this world of sorrow
For that bright and shining shore. You have gone, but not forgotten ;
Never shall your memory fade,
Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger
Around the spot where you are laid.
TILLEY.—In sad but loving memory of James William Bruce Tilley, who departed this life October 31, 1898. Inserted by his loving friends, J. and S. Tuttiett. Dead
but not forgotten.
TILLEY.—In loving memory of our baby boy, little Bruce, who passed away October 31, 1898. Inserted by those who loved him and missed him most, his father and mother, C. and W. Tilley. Peace, perfect peace.
TILLEY.—In loving memory of our dear little nephew, Bruce, who died October 31, 1898. Never forgotten. Inserted by his loving uncle and aunt, J. and F. Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. H. COLEMAN desire to return their heart- felt THANKS to their many friends for personal calls,
letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and other expressions of kind sympathy in their recent sudden bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. S. MYERS, of 44 Denison-street, Wool- lahra, desire to return sincere THANKS to their neigh- bours for their kind attention and sympathy, also to their many kind friends for floral tributes, telegrams, cards, and letters of condolence in their sad bereavement, the
great loss of their son Jack.
Mr. G. E. PRIMROSE and FAMILY beg to THANK their many kind friends and sympathisers for wreaths and letters of sympathy received during their recent sad