ALEXANDER -APIÜ SO, at Grajryffle, thewiiaof F.L.
BROWNLOW -April sr, at The Camp, Eagle; Point,
Gippsland, the. wife of B. O. Brownlow-* »on.
MAHER.-Apnl 22, at her resideaoa, Braidwood, the
wife of P P. Maher-« «on.
PARKMAN -March 25, at Parkville, Marengo, the wife
ofW B rarkman-ason
BURKE-DOLMAN.-April 9, at St. Thomas',s Lewisham,
by the Rev. Father Phelan, assisted by theRev. Father Frederick, C.P ., and Rev. Father Gllascon (Newcastle), John, son of John Burke, of Newcastle, to Maude, daughter of William Dolman, of Summer Hill.
DILLON-CARLON -April 23, 1902, at Bt. Francis'
Church, Haymarket, Sydney, by the Rev. Father P J Walsh, Thomas, eldest »on of the late James Dillon, of BTaney, to Bridget Clare, third eldest daughter of John B Carlon, of Burragorang, N 8 W
MATHEWS-WYNNE -May 6, 1902, at the King's
behool Parramatta, by Rev A. H. Champion, M.A , .Misted by Rev A W ïonge, M.A., Ongory Macalister, second son nf It H. Mathews, ItB, Parramatta, to Marian (Cecil), widow nf the late H. J Wynne, and second daughter of Bl 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, Matgflrotlîo)d, who departed tin- life on Mav 7, IJsOO luserted bv liei lol ni j children, Kli7abetu and James
BOYD -In loi mg memory of our dear motbei, Margaret
Boyd, ulm died Mnv 7, 1899 Int-ertcd hy ho' lining FOO and d niglitor, Harry nnd MurthaBojd May her
soul rest in peace
BOYD -In tender, sorrowful, and loving remembrance
ofourdeorlv beloved mother, Margaret lloyd, who de- parted this life M ii 7, 1819 Inserted bv h^i loving daughter omi st II-IH*1HW. Muggie and Kdward Byrnes,
Marion-street, Harris Park, Parramatta
CALLAGHAN -In Mid hut lov ng momnry of our dear
brother. Thomss toll urban who Mas accidentally killed Msv 7 1101 Inserted bv his loving brothers, Timothv
and Michael Callaghan
CALLAGHAN -In loving memory of oui beloved brother,
Thomas »no was accidentally killed May 7, 1301 How little we thought when wo bade bim gnod-hve, we left him for c\ei, we left lum to die Inserted by lu* loving brother inlsister-in-liw, John nn 1 Bertha Cullnrrhtiu
CALLAGHAN -In lining memory of our deni brother,
Thomss Ciillighnn, Mho was accidentally killed on May 7, MOI, iiRftl 10 »eora Iknd, but m t forgot'/it In serteil by his I ivinf sister and lnotber-in lav-, Mary ond
McBRIDE - In wttl hut lov mg memory of roy dear lius
banl George, who died siultlonlv May 7,1901 InserttJ hy las loving wife, li" A M Bride.
McBRIDE -Tn affectionate meinnrr of our dearlv loved
fallar who died ni Idt nh Mo\ 7, 1001 Inserted b> lils sorrowing children A inlet ond George
RICHARDS -In fund lint li» mi rcincnibrince of mi
darling inotht r Tlieusii Vietoua P.iclmrdr, who pissed awi) May 7 1S99, nged II jcals
Told is tin plneo I hale laid her io rest, ( ol 1 ii is tim vrvl I lienpcd on hei breast
tit llinii in beaven or inter' can ion lie ; Mother, tit II inntlitr 11 till think ol thee
Tn-erlcd bj her foul nul loving daughter, Lils Victoria
RICHARDS-In sal lint loving meniorv of our darling mother Theresa VieUin t Iticlianis who diedMaj7, 1*01 "gcd 11 joarn Insertiil bv her loving son uni daughter in liuv, \» alter und Alary Wnlku
RICHARDS -In sad hut lining inemorv of our darling ( «other, '1 lieresn Vittoria Hallards, who died May 7,
1ÖVI, «get! KI years
'Un h in is are closed unon thv breast,
Wt iel issod thy loving brow,
An 1 m our neilin j lo artn we know We bait nom. thor no«
Inserted hv lier lol Higson and daughtei, Ernest ïtichaids
anti Ahco Luck
WALSH-Tn ssd nnd loving momorv of jnv deni mother Marv Ann W ilsh, who departed this life May 7, ÏJ0O at her residence li, I.itrlan stteet, Alexandria Invrkd Iii hei loun"- son, Willinm Walsh It f V
All i« dark« Illira mi duelling lnn"lv w nn bent to-du, Prrtli-one Iloiel i,n dearlv has for e\er i a*«"d awav
Thy linn Is arc el tscd upon thy hi east, I kissed thj lo\eh
And m my nelone- heart I know I li i\ e no mother now
WALSH-In sntt but loving remtmhnmce of ntv deor
ns'cr, Marv Am Wilsh, whodepoioel tills life llfav 7, IWO Inserted Dj hoi lining hi other, Patrick llunlcj BIP '
WALSH -Tu snd and loving memtti y of rnv dear cousin, Mr» Msrv Ann Walsh who died on 7tli M ir, 1MO at her residence II, liiisl in-stuct, A'» indi III HIP
In«erted bj Mr? 1 '11 tue
In laving memory of oui dear brother, TMdie, who died
May 7,1000 tige 1 in As thoiw clings lo the oak so our uiemniv thugs to (lue Inselted by bis loung brother and sister 1 rn and t,t n
HENRY WILLS and FAMilYi', Moorbank liverpool
dtwro to convey then siniero PliAVICSfoi the kimi lyrcpilhv expresseil in the inanv 1< tten., U legrams, und cartis rceeived during their recent bureoventnt
Mis SARAH THORNTON nod PAMTLY desire to return THANICS to their kind frienls for lloral tribute', personnl tjmpathv, 4c , m their recent sail bereavement I desire on behalf of myself anl lamlly to return
our heartfelt tHAVKS to tho manv 1 mil friends for their sympathy and dural tributes in our recent sad be- reavement Mrs llOHU, ia William-street