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ALEXANDER.—April 20, at Granville, the wife of F.L.
BROWNLOW.—April 27, at The Camp, Eagle Point,
Gippsland, the wife of R. G. Brownlow—a son.
MAHER.—April 22, at her residence, Braidwood, the
wife of P. P. Maher—a son.
PARKMAN.—March 25, at Parkville, Marengo, the wife
of W. R. Parkman—a son.
BURKE—DOLMAN.—April 9, at St. Thomas's, Lewisham,
by the Rev. Father Phelan, assisted by the Rev. Father Frederick, C.P., and Rev. Father Gleeson (Newcastle), John, son of John Burke, of Newcastle, to Maude, daughter of William Dolman, of Summer Hill.
DILLON—CARLON.—April 23, 1902, at St. Francis'
Church, Haymarket, Sydney, by the Rev. Father P. J. Walsh, Thomas, eldest son of the late James Dillon, of Sydney, to Bridget Clare, third eldest daughter of John B. Carlon, of Burragorang, N.S.W.
MATHEWS—WYNNE.—May 6, 1902, at the King's
School, Parramatta, by Rev. A. H. Champion, M.A., assisted by Rev. A. W. Tonge, M.A., Gregory Macalister, second son of R. H. Mathews, L.S., Parramatta, to Marian (Cecil), widow of the late H. J. Wynne, and second daughter of H. C. White, of Havilah, near
RAMSAY—CAPE.—April 23, at All Saints, Petersham,
by the Rev. R. E. Goddard, B.A., Lord Livingstone, fourth son of the late David Ramsay, of Liryclea, Five Dock, to Eliza Mary Alice, second daughter of Rollo A. Cape, Bona Vista, Petersham.
BOYLE.—May 1, at his residence, 44 Myrtle-street, North
Sydney, James Boyle, aged 41 years. May his soul rest
GIBB.—May 6, at 99 Regent and Queen streets, Chippen-
dale, Louisa Mary, infant daughter of George and Jessie Gibb, aged 16 months.
HEWLETT.—May 4, at her residence, Hazlebrook, Blue Mountains, Amelia Jane, the dearly loved wife of Alfred Charles Hewlett, J.P., aged 55 years. At rest.
LAWS.—At the residence of his parents, Bradley-street,
Goulburn, Chas. William, third son of Edgar R. Laws,
aged 27. At rest.
RICHARDS.—May 6, 1902, Harold John, the son of Wal-
ter and Jessie Richards, of High-street, Marrickville,
aged 13 months.
ROHU.—May 3, 1902, at Prince Alfred Hospital, Ruby
Violet, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rohu, 60 William-street, aged 13. At rest with God.
TANNER.—May 5, at his late residence, Ipomea, Spring-
wood, James Tanner, aged 71, after a severe illness. Regretted by all who knew him. R.I.P.
THOMPSON.—May 6, at the residence of her stepfather,
John Willard, Short-street, Hunter's Hill, Vera Lily, beloved eldest daughter of Annie M. Willard and the late Charles Thompson, aged 15 years.
THORNTON.—May 4, at his residence, Boundary-street,
Parramatta, William Gurney, beloved husband of Sarah Thornton, aged 70 years.
BOYD.—In fond and loving memory of our dear mother, Margaret Boyd, who departed this life on May 7, 1899. Inserted by her loving children, Elizabeth and James
BOYD.—In loving memory of our dear mother, Margaret
Boyd, who died May 7, 1899. Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Harry and Martha Boyd. May her
soul rest in peace.
BOYD.—In tender, sorrowful, and loving remembrance
of our dearly beloved mother, Margaret Boyd, who de- parted this life May 7, 1899. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Maggie and Edward Byrnes,
Marion-street, Harris Park, Parramatta.
CALLAGHAN.—In sad but loving memory of our dear
brother, Thomas Callaghan, who was accidentally killed May 7, 1901. Inserted by his loving brothers, Timothy
and Michael Callaghan.
CALLAGHAN.—In loving memory of our beloved brother,
Thomas, who was accidentally killed May 7, 1901. How little we thought when we bade him good-bye, we left him for ever, we left him to die. Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, John and Bertha Callaghan.
CALLAGHAN.—In loving memory of our dear brother,
Thomas Callaghan, who was accidentally killed on May 7, 1901, aged 30 years. Dead, but not forgotten. In- serted by his loving sister and brother-in law, Mary and
M'BRIDE.—In sad but loving memory of my dear hus-
band, George, who died suddenly May 7,1901. Inserted by his loving wife, K. A. M'Bride.
M'BRIDE.—In affectionate memory of our dearly loved
father, who died suddenly May 7, 1901. Inserted by his sorrowing children. Violet and George.
RICHARDS.—In fond but loving remembrance of my
darling mother, Theresa Victoria Richards, who passed away May 7, 1899, aged 56 years.
Cold is the place I have laid her to rest, Cold was the sod I heaped on her breast.
Art thou in heaven, or where can you be ; Mother, dear mother, I still think of thee.
Inserted by her fond and loving daughter, Lily Victoria
RICHARDS.—In sad but loving memory of our darling mother, Theresa Victoria Richards, who died May 7, 1899, aged 56 years. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Walter and Mary Walker.
RICHARDS.—In sad but loving memory of our darling mother, Theresa Victoria Richards, who died May 7,
1899, aged 56 years.
Thy hands are closed upon thy breast,
We've kissed thy loving brow,
And in our aching hearts we know We have no mother now.
Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Ernest Richards
and Alice Luck.
WALSH.—In sad and loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Ann Walsh, who departed this life May 7, 1900, at her residence, 16 Raglan-street, Alexandria. Inserted by her loving son, William Walsh. R.I.P.
All is dark within my dwelling, lonely is my heart to-day, For the one I loved so dearly has for ever passed away.
Thy hands are closed upon thy breast, I kissed thy lovely
And in my aching heart I know I have no mother now.
WALSH.—In sad but loving remembrance of my dear
sister, Mary Ann Walsh, who departed this life May 7, 1900. Inserted by her loving brother, Patrick Hanley. R.I.P.
WALSH.—In sad and loving memory of my dear cousin, Mrs. Mary Ann Walsh, who died on 7th May, 1900, at her residence, 16 Raglan-street, Alexandria. R.I.P.
Inserted by Mrs. E. Teare.
In loving memory of our dear brother, Eddie, who died
May 7, 1900 aged 16. As the ivy clings to the oak so our memory clings to thee. Inserted by his loving brother and sister, Ern. and Gen.
HENRY WILLS and FAMILY, Moorbank, Liverpool,
desire to convey their sincere THANKS for the kind sympathy expressed in the many letters, telegrams, and cards received during their recent bereavement.
Mrs. SARAH THORNTON and FAMILY desire to return THANKS to their kind friends for floral tributes, personal sympathy, &c., in their recent sad bereavement. I desire, on behalf of myself and family, to return
our heartfelt THANKS to the many kind friends for their sympathy and floral tributes in our recent sad be- reavement. Mrs. ROHU, 60 William-street.