BOYCE -February 3, 1902, at Keelendai, Collingwood
street, Drummoyne, the wife Francis Stewart Boyce, of a daughter. BROWN - January 30, at Petty's Hotel, Sydney, the wife
af Charles H Brown Burrgoen, of a son.
CAMPBELL .Febrnarv 2 1902, at Shirecliffe, New
South Head-road Double Bay, the wife of Lawrence
DOBBIE -Jannali -7 at Leppington, Neutral Bay, tho ^i of Strait U Dobbie of a ¿on
HUDSON-January 27. at the Rectory, St Marys, the wife of the Rev. Dixon Hudson, of a daughter.
MARSH - lohnuiry 2 100» at ShirccliiTc, New South
Wffi^dS"7o Iii,, the w.fo of Ir .nie Campbell
WADDINGTON -JanmrvSO at her residence, Brook Tawt 180 Hereford street, 1 orcst Lodge, tho wile uf
Wm It Waddington of i MMI
WATSON -J immnrflO, nt J0t Yonng-strcct, Annandale,
the îifo of 1 liornas B Watson, of a -on Both doing WRENCH -Taniiarv TO al Lo Neio, narris-ronú* Ino
»JA lit vue of G J Wrtncb.of a dluster tLdith
CALDWELL - DAVIES -On Ntw Year's Da\, at tho
lK«bjti.niin Church No«tonn, by tho Rex T V Tiiinn Jamos i CiIdWLll, ol Moonbucca, Bland, to Jcnmc Adelaide Bauts, at bjdiie), W 8 W. Newcastle
papers pie« o c ip>
McEVOY - VANDENBERGH -December 25, 1901, at St
Mary's R.C. Church, N. Sydney, by the Rev. Father Brennan, James McEvoy, youngest son of the late John McEvoy, Moore Park, Sydney, to Florence Rebecca, eldest daughter of the late C. Vandenbergh, North
PILE - ROWSELL -Jimuary IS, nt Alt Sainte* Church,
Pctpwhnm bvthtltei It L Goddard, T/redcnck Charles Archibald Pile oldest wm of Charles Oglebyrilc, of Eulliili liclah to Minnie Marm, youngest daughter of y*, illi »m Brun Rowell, of Johnston-street, Annandale TAYLER - MARSHALL -January 21. 1002, at tho
Vnan, Wa\orle\ bl tho Verj Var V B Kennedy, ciirÄheriiUi wflicitor, nott of ttr "W G lavier. Wooli ihn to Caroline, widow of tho later l'callicr «toni "Mar-hill and daughter of John Martin, solicitor, Badford TVaicrlci, and mere of tho lato Sir James Martin, Chief Justice of X S Waits
WOLSTENHOLME - DOUST.—January 8, 1902, at the Wesleyan Church, Stanmore, by the Rev. E. J. Rodd, assisted by the Rev. J. E. Carruthers, Harry Wolsten- lolme, of Sydney, to Edith Lucy, daughter of Isaac Doust, of Wyroolah, Dulwich Hill.
BREILLAT -leunmry 4 1002 at his residence Tillo,
Railway street, Chatswood, liioiaatt Challis Breillat,
CARTER - lobraarj -1,1002 athel residence, Kensing-
ton street Kensington, Margaret Carter, aged (>1 years
DYKES - lehnmn 1, at Cullenbone, Mudgee, Harriet,
mdon uf the lite lohn Djkts, late of Winboarnc, Shilgo-i inhcr&)th>cur K11*
ELLARD -Ubrmri 4 1002 at hi« icsidencc, No ö Pitt-1
htrect ltedfern Willum B mic* Lllard, aged 77 >ears ' (No «oners ) I HUNTER -lehnmn -f, it Katoomba, Hichnrd Potts |
Bunter (lite of A\ A) in his JOth jeir, son-m-luw of P I ÎMjonmi fc«i, H ivmarkU I KILDER \ t at Prince Alfred Hospital Irene
Ulta onh cliil 1 of Julius and Ldith Kildcr, of (> Brodio Mree(,Cimperdown,a0'cdH ycirs There ia Bweetrest
MURPHY -February 3 at his late residence. Bal-
four Street, Carlton, Michael, be!oved husband of Mrs M A Murphy, aged 65 years and 9 months, late W O
Public School Cadet forces. RIP QUINN -1 el nwry « at her pan nts' residence Chnndos
pti-cct Asbtieiu Clarice Jrene fcecond dearl> beloved daughter of Ldwanl nnd Tuiily Quinn, in her 17th year
SHEEHY ninrv -Í 10O2, at lim residence, 84 Shcp
hcrû street, cit>, lhchird Sheehy, aged 00 >caw 1Ï I V SWORN - Kbru/irj 4 at Lewishaiu Hospital Alice Wnt< » S*orfl dcirlj hclo\ed wilo of Charles Sworn, of Barnlägh P0 JUnrnck\ illc, aged 4B yt*rs
UNWIN -iebnmry *î inoj at lit daley, Burwood-road
Unriroûd thoIfcv Ihomus "Warburton Unwin, aged 70 ^ year5__
BARDEN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, MARY
lSAP)h\ who dit 1 Tcbriiary 5 1808, aged 02 j ears Inderi d b\ her loving f.on and daughter, Spencti and
Sopli a Harden
CLARKE -In Immg memory of my dear father, Pat
nrl Cl/irkc ulm dcnai-ted this hfo Tcbrunry 4, IbSO Inwrtetl b\ his loiing daughter, N Clarke, Nepean
ELLIOTT -In fid but loving remembrance of my bc
lomlwife ind uftectionatc mother Eluabeth Elliott, who dep ii-t 1 this lifo J ohruary 5, 1001, »Micr rt-Si ñenn Windsor House Petersham Inseitcd by htr loung hush ind and daughter
Wo miss thoo fiom oui home, dear mother, Wo mm thrt from thy piuco ,
A shadow from our life is uist
"\\ o misrf the sunshino from thy face. Wo miss thy 1 ind and w illing hand,
Thj fond and tjrnest curt,
Our hoint in dark \\ itlinut thee, Wo iui8i tilca c^ erywhere
ELLIOTT -In FHdand c\erlo\mrî memory of mr deal mothor Mi7ab th 1 Uiott who (Imparted this lifolcb nnrj r 1001, need r>0 years Imertul 1 \ herlovim,» »>o» and dauebter in-law, Da\id and riualeth PUiott, Wel-
lington N H W
LOUWERENS.-In sad but loving memory of my dear
son, James Patrick, who died February 5, 1901.
All is dark within our dwelling, Lonely are our hearts to-day, For one we loved so dearly, Has for ever passed away. Inserted by his sorrowing mother.
LOUWERENS.- In sad memory of my dear
brother and uncle, James Patrick who died February 5, 1901. Inserted by his loving sister, niece, and nephews, Mary, Louie, Connie,Willie Asmussen.
LOUWERENS.-In sad but loving memory of our dear
brother James Patrick Louwerens, who departed this life February 5, 1901.
Sleep on, dear brother, take thy rest,
God called you home when He thought best,
We miss you, dear brother, but don't complain, But hope in heaven to meet again.
Inserted by his loving brother and sister, William and
LOUWERENS.-In loving memory of my dear beloved
brother James Patrick Louwerens, who died February
One year has passed, and still his memory dear, Thy loving name I breathe,, and shed a tear , Time cannot alter a love so deep and true, One year brings back my grief anew.
Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, John.
and Maria, Leichhardt
LOUWERENS.-In sincere and affectionate remembrance
of our dear brother, James Patrick Louwerens, who died at Prince Alfred Hospital on February 5, 1901. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Kate and Harry
WARD - In loving memory of Emily, who died at her re-
sidence, Raymond-road Neutral Bay February, 5 1901.
Beloved wife of Edwin T Ward, and dearly beloved and deeply regretted daughter of Frederick and Henrietta Pepper late of Paddington.
Mr H L ARCHER of n Coombcr-streefc, Paddington,
desires to com evins heartfelt rnANKS toman> friends for fiord wreaths, lottei*n cards, and expressions of sjiapatlij received duung Inflate sad btrea\cment
lîr »ni"Mrs CHRISTOPHER BROWN and TAMIEY
of lîrcclinn >lr> Cronn street Surry Hills desire to nclmowlcike with heartfelt thanks the immy kindoxpres sionnof bjmpithy, both by letter and telcgmm, IIISJ tho mam lloml tnbutes cards, Ä.C , m their late i eiy sad
Ideiireto londcrnn heariftlt THANKS to the many
fnrads wh i s i kindly assisted mo m my lettnt trouble [ Charlotte Smith, hiliei-'itroct, St Ptters_