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BIRTHS.  

BURBIDGE.—January 10, at Warwick, Cronulla-street, Carlton, the wife of Alec. Burbidge, of a daughter.

GILBERT.—December 29, at Eastwood, the wife of A.

C. Gilbert—a son.

HENDERSON.—December 11, at Pipitea Pah Private Hospital, Newcastle, the wife of R. G. Henderson, of a son.

MARRIAGES.

BROWNE—BOWDEN. —November 29, at St. Andrew's

Cathedral, by the Rev. E. N. Wilton, Precentor, Edgar Browne, of Randwick, to Edith Alice, youngest daughter of J. B. Bowden, Aston, Drummoyne. At home Wednesday and Thursday, 14th and 15th instant, 672 Crown-street.

TWOHILL—RUWALD. —November 5, 1913, at St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, by the Rev. Father O'Driscoll, George, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. Twohill, to Lilian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ruwald, of Bexley.

DEATHS.

ANDREWS.—January 10, 1914, at his daughter's resi-

dence, Mrs. J. W. Vaughan, Florence Ville, Dun- troon-street, Hurlstone Park, John, only son of the   late John Andrews, bookseller and stationer, of  

Pitt-street, Sydney, aged 68 years.

BANKS.—January 11, 1914, at her residence, Beaulieu,

Temple-street, Petersham, Elizabeth (Bessie), beloved youngest daughter of the late G. C. and M. A.  

Banks.

BARLOW.—January 10, 1914, at his residence, 230  

Glenmore-road, Paddington, William Alfred Barlow (musician), dearly loved husband of Amelia Barlow,

aged 62 years.

BECKETT.—January 3, at his late residence, Kilbonnie,

near Forbes, Philip John Beckett, in his 82nd year. DELANY.—January 10, 1914, at the Sacred Heart Hos-

pice, Victoria-street, Darlinghurst, Margaret J.   Delany, relict of the late Joseph William Delany, of Newcastle, N.S.W. By request, no flowers.  

GORDON.—January 9, at Pekin, China, Francis  

Broughton Gordon, 47 years. By cable.

HARDY.—January 10, at his residence, Stoke Edith,

Bellevue Hill, Walter Houston Hardy, aged 49 years. HARDY.—January 10, at Stoke Edith, Bellevue Hill,

Alan, only son of W. H. and B. Hardy, aged 21   years.        

HEWETT.—January 11, 1914, at his late residence,  

Carlisle, Moruben-road, Mosman, Thomas Edward Hewett, aged 69 years.      

HIGGINS.—January 10, 1914, at a private hospital,

Darlinghurst, Ann Maria, dearly beloved wife of Henry Higgins, of Arnpryor, 70 Darling Point-road,   Edgecliff, and formerly of Hobart, Tasmania, age  

63 years.

HILL.—January 9, 1914, at Balmain, Edith Eliza Hill,

in her 23rd year.  

HOGAN. —January 5, 1914, Cathrine Sara (Kate),

dearly beloved mother of Adele Rowe Ferry, of Hurstville, aged 63.

HOGAN.—January 5, 1914, Cathrine Sara (Kate),  

dearly beloved mother of Laura May Fieldhouse, of Park-road, Moore Park, aged 63.

LONG. —January 10, 1914, at her residence, Dumaresque-

street, Campbelltown, Ellen, widow of the late John Long, aged 80 years. R.I.P.  

MACDONALD. —January 11, at Rubimoor, Belgrave-

street, Manly, Emma, relict of the late R. C. Mac- Donald, of Auckland (N.Z.), age 75 years.  

McBURNEY.—January 10, 1914, at her late residence,

49 Rosebery-street, Balmain, Elizabeth, dearly loved wife of Charles McBurney, aged 32 years.

PRESTON.—January 10, at his sister's residence, Hurst-

ville, Cornelius Preston, aged 30 years.

PURVES.—January 10, 1914, at her late residence,

Catherine-street, Leichhardt, Amelia Purves, aged 82.

RENNIE.—January 9, 1914, at her late residence, 62

New-street, Annandale, Ada Victoria, dearly loved wife of Andrew G. Rennie, aged 36 years. Interment took place Saturday, January 10, 1914, at Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.

ROBINSON.—January 11, 1914, at Crimea-street, Par-

ramatta, Mrs. Ann Robinson, aged 63 years.

RODRICK.—January 10, 1914, at Balmain Cottage Hos-

pital, Holford Gordon Rodrick, through accident off scaffolding on H.M.A.S. Brisbane, Cockatoo Island,   dearly loved husband of Maude Rodrick, aged 28  

years.  

SEE.—January 11, 1914, at his parents' residence,

Urara, Darling Point-road, Darling Point, Charles Bryen, younger beloved son of John C. M. and Con- stance L. See, aged 2½ years.

SETTATREE.—January 9, 1914, at Lawson, N.S.W.,

Mena, beloved mother of Mrs. Gordon Buchanan, aged 61 years. Privately interred Saturday. Adelaide papers please copy.

SMITH.—January 10, 1914, at his late residence, 161

West-street, North Sydney, Henry William, in his 77th year.  

VENTEMAN.—January 9, 1914, suddenly, at her resi-  

dence, Enovelle, Moncur-street, Marrickville, Mary, widow of the late William Venteman. Interred Congregational Cemetery, Rookwood, January 10.

WHITE.—January 10, 1914, at private hospital, Dar-

linghurst, William Ernest White, late of Belltrees, Scone.    

WIESENER.—January 11, 1914, at Dallas, Livingstone-

street, Burwood, Annie, widow of the late Theodore Frederick Wiesener. By request, no flowers.

IN MEMORIAM.

ABEL.—In sad remembrance of my dear husband and

father, Phillip, who died at Manchester, England, January 12, 1911.

What is home without a father?  

What are all the joys we meet           When his loving smile no longer      

Greets the coming of our feet.     There are days of bitter anguish,     When our tears begin to fall.         But the parting with our father     Was the hardest of all.  

Inserted by his loving wife and family, Fred, Vic- tor, Becky.  

BASS.—In loving memory of our darling mother, Jane

Bass, who passed away January 12, 1907.

Our darling mother is gone, but not forgotten; She was always kind and true;  

Never murmured of her sufferings;

God only knows what she went through.

You are always in my thoughts, dear mother; It is sweet to breathe your name;   In life we loved you very dear;

In death we do the same.

Inserted by her loving son George.

BATES.—In loving memory of our dearly beloved sister,  

Fannie, who departed this life January 12, 1912, aged 30. At rest, after life's fitful toll. Inserted by her

loving sisters, Mary, Jinnie, Dora, and brother Ted.

BISHOP.—In sad but loving memory of my dear wife

and our mother, who departed this life January 12, 1908. Never forgotten. * Inserted by her loving hus- band and children, Frank, Barbara, Arthur, and  

Gladys.    

BISHOP.—In sad but loving memory of our dear daugh-

ter and sister, Elizabeth Caroline Bishop (nee Wood- ward), who departed this life January 12, 1908.   Her cheerful smile and loving grasp   Are pleasant to recall:  

She had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all.      

Inserted by her loving father and mother, and sisters Fanny, Josephine, Madge, Muriel, and Myra.

BISHOP.—In sad and affectionate remembrance of our

dear sister, Elizabeth Bishop (Sis.), and our dear auntie, who passed peacefully away January 12, 1908. Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Maud and Will Pinkstone, and family, Campsie.

FARRAR.—In loving memory of our dear daughter and

sister, Ethel Louisa Farrar.  

It's two years since dear Ethel's departed soul, arrayed with courage and truth, entered into  

Heaven, and is now our guardian angel.

Inserted by her loving mother, sister, and brother. FLECK.—In loving memory of our dear mother and

grandma, Caroline Fleck, who departed this life January 12, 1912. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Oss and Gert. and grandchildren, Vera and Ossie. "Peace, perfect peace."

FLYNN.—In loving memory of our dearly loved wife

and mother, Bridget, who departed this life Janu- ary 12, 1909, aged 32 years. At rest. Inserted by her loving husband and children, Joseph, Mollie,

and Jack.

GIDDIN'S.—In memory of Winnie, beloved eldest daugh-

ter of M. E. and the late W. Woodfield. God giveth His beloved sleep. Inserted by her mother, sisters,

and brothers.

GOODWIN,—In loving memory of my dear husband

and our dear dad, William John Goodwin, who de_ parted this life January 12. 1913, of pneumonia, aged 57 years. Inserted by his loving wife and little sons, Willie, Hughie, and Jackie.

GOODWIN.—In loving memory of our dear dad, Wil-

liam John Goodwin, who departed this life January   12, 1913. Inserted by his loving children, Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodwin, and Frank and Tom Goodwin.

HARTNETT.—In loving memory of my dear wife. Sarah

E. Hartnett, who departed this life January 11, 1913.   Inserted hy her loving husband, M. Hartnett.

HARTNETT—In loving memory of our dear sister and

aunt, Sarah E. Hartnett, who departed this life, January 11, 1913. Inserted by her loving sister and family, E. Richards. At rest.

HENRY.—A tribute of love to the memory of our

darling baby, Rob Roy, who passed away January

11, 1911, age 2 years.

Silently a mother's weeping,

Sadly droops a father's head:  

Death has claimed their little darling;  

Baby's numbered with the dead.

Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brothers. HENRY.—A tribute of love and affection to the

memory of our dear brother, Rob Roy, who de- parted this life January 11, 1911, age 2 years.  

Our little treasure,

Our little joy,

Our little sunbeam,  

Our darling Rob Roy.    

Inserted by his sister and brothers, Mr. and Mrs.  

C. Ritzrow, Mr. and Mrs. N. Coutts, jun.

HITCHCOCK.—A tribute to the memory of J. H. Hitch-

cock, who died January 12, 1912, result of motor ac- cident. Inserted by his friend, F. B. Palfrey.

ISAACS.—In loving memory of my dear daughter, and

our sister. Elizabeth, who departed this life January 12, 1890. God rest her dear soul in peace. Inserted by her loving mother, Hannah Isaacs, and sisters, Ser-  

Vah, 364 Crown-street, city.

KELL.—A tribute of love to the memory of our dear

husband and father, Donald Kell, who passed away on January 12, 1913, aged 63 years. Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Bessie.      

KELL.—In fond and loving memory of our dear father

and grandfather, Donald Kell, who passed away on January 12, 1913, aged 63 years. Inserted by his loving daughter, Mrs. T. Richardson, and grand- daughters, Myee and Saidee.  

KELL.—In sad but loving memory of our dear father,

Donald Kell, who departed this life January 12, 1913. Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in- law, Clarence and Nellie Kell. R.I.P.

KELL.—In loving memory of our dear father and

grandfather, Donald Kell, who departed this life,

January 12, 1913.

No one know the pain he suffered,

Only those who watched his side; Yet no resistance did he offer    

When going beyond the tide.

Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, Jack and Ruth Kell.

KNIGHT.—In sacred memory of my dear wife, Clara

Ann, who departed this life January 11, 1913. At rest. Inserted by her loving husband, J. G. Knight.

LINE.—In loving remembrance of our dear brother,

John Line, who departed this life January 12, 1912. Lord have mercy on his soul. Inserted by his loving sister and brothers.

LOGAN.—In sad and loving memory of Ruby, dearly

loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gotting, who died January 11, 1911, aged 25 years. So sadly missed. In- serted by her sorrowing parents, sisters, and brothers. McMILLAN.—In loving remembrance of Rebecca

McMillan, who died at Lismore, N.S.W., on January 11, 1911, aged 71 years. Inserted by her loving   daughter and granddaughter, May Jane Marks and   Florance Jeffries.    

MEREDITH.—In sad and loving memory of my darling

wife, Essie, who departed this life January 12, 1913.   You are not forgotten, Essie, dear,   Nor will you ever be,  

As long as life and memory lasts,  

I will remember thee.

Inserted by her fond and loving husband, William Meredith.

IN MEMORIAM.

MEREDITH.—In loving and fond memory of our only

beloved child, Essie, who died at the R.P.A. Hos- pital January 12, 1913, aged 22 years.

Far beyond the glittering stars,   Far as the eternal hills,  

There is a kingdom of boundless glory,

Where our beloved has gone to dwell.   She has joined the heavenly angels,   Exalted high at God's right hand,   And with a harp of golden Sings her songs divine.

Inserted by her loving parents, W. and S. Charlton. MEREDITH.—In loving memory of my dear niece,  

Essie, who died at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, of enteric fever, January 12, 1913, age 22 years. Inserted by her loving aunt, C. Tasker.

MEREDITH.—In loving memory of our dearest niece  

Effie, who died January 12, 1913, at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, of enteric fever, aged 22.

Time has passed, still we miss her, Words would fail our love to tell;

But in Heaven we hope to meet her. Jesus doeth all things well.

Inserted by her fond auntie and uncle. Lily and

Harry Addison.

MEREDITH.—In loving memory of Essie, who died at

the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, of enteric fever, January 12, 1913, age 22 years.

Until the day dawns and the shadows flee away.

Inserted by her loving grandparents, William and C. McIntosh, and aunties, Kate and Annie, of Caw-

dor, Petersham.

MEREDITH.—In sad and loving memory of our dear

daughter-in-law, Essie, who departed this life, Janu-

ary 12, 1913.

We miss you just as much to-day, As in the hour you passed away.

Inserted by her loving father and mother-in-law,

Mr. and Mrs. J. Meredith.

MEREDITH.—In sad and loving memory of our dear

sister-in-law, Essie, who departed this life, January

12, 1913, age 22.  

Gone like a flower cut down in its bloom,

From the sunshine of life to the shade of the tomb; But death cannot sever, nor change our love,

Nor steal the fond hope we shall meet her above.  

Inserted by her fond brother and sister-in-law, Mr.

and Mrs. R. Botton.

MEREDITH.—In sad but loving memory of my dear

friend, Essie Meredith, who departed this life Janu-

ary 12, 1913.

There is one bond death cannot sever— Loving remembrance, which lasts for ever.

Inserted by her loving friend, Bella McPherson.

MEREDITH—In sad but loving memory of our dear

Essie, who departed this life, January 12, 1913.

God needed one more angel Amidst His shining band;

And so He bent with loving smiles And clasped dear Essie's hand.

Inserted by her loving friends, Mr. and Mrs. J.

McIntosh, Camperdown.

MULLAVEY.—In loving memory of my dear husband    

and our father, Frank Mullavey, who departed this life January 12, 1913, aged 27 years. G.R.H.S. Inserted by his loving wife, Ivy Mullavey, and two little children, Reggie and Willie.

MULLAVEY.—In affectionate remembrance of our dear

brother, Frank, who departed his life January 12, 1913. May the Lord have mercy on his soul. In- serted by his loving sister, Annie, and brother-in- law, Perc, and family.  

MULLAVEY.—In affectionate remembrance of my dear

brother, Frank, who departed his life January 12, 1913, May the Lord have mercy on his soul. In- serted by his loving sister, Kitty Mullavey.

NEWBERY.—In fond and loving remembrance of our

dear father and grandfather, James Charles Newbery, who departed this life January 12, 1909, in his 70th year. Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in- law, Will and Harriet Newbery, and grandchildren, Will, Jack, and Kit.  

NEWBERY.—In sad but loving memory of our dear

brother and uncle, James Charles Newbery, who de- parted this life January 12, 1909. Gone, but not for- gotten by his loving brother and niece, George and

Sarah.

O'DONNELL.—In loving memory of our dear son,

Charles O'Donnell, who departed this life January 12, 1907. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell.

O'DONNELL.—In loving memory of our dear grandson, Charles O'Donnell, who departed this life January 12, 1907. Gone to rest with Jesus. Inserted by his loving grandmother, Mrs. Exall.  

PARKER.—In loving memory of May Parker (nee  

Dagmar), who departed this life January 11, 1909. Inserted by her loving husband, Will Parker.  

PILGRIM.—In loving memory of my dearly loved in-

tended wife, Emily May Pilgrim, who departed this life, January 12, 1908. Inserted by M. J. Lee.  

PILGRIM.—In loving memory of our dearly loved friend

Emily May Pilgrim, who departed this life, January 12 1908. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee, Morrey   Lee, Lilly Smith, and Jack Woods.

POPE.—In loving memory of my dearly beloved wife,

Ada Maud Mary Pope, who died on the 11th Janu- ary, 1913. Inserted by her loving husband and fam- ily. Gone, but not forgotten.  

POPE.—In loving memory of my darling mother,

Ada Maud Mary Pope, who died on the 11th Janu- ary, 1913. Inserted by her loving daughter and son- in-law, M. and V. Parkes. At rest.

RITCHIE.—In fond memory of my father, James Rit- chie, who departed this life January 10, 1908, in  

his 81st year, at Cardinal-street, Mosman. Beattie

Ritchie.

RITCHIE.—In sad but loving memory of our dear

father, James Ritchie, who departed this life Janu- ary 10, 1908, in his 81st year, at Cardinal-street,   Mosman. Inserted bv his fond children, S. M. and E. Ritchie, and grandson, Leslie Dind.

ROBINSON.—A tribute of love and everlasting memory

of our darling mother, Edith Emma, who departed this life January 12, 1909, at Dolphin, Cardigan-street,

Stanmore.

Forget her, no, I never will;

Though years roll on I love her still. Her memory is as dear to-day

As in the hour she passed away.

Inserted by her loving daughters, Violet and Gertie. ROOTS.—In sad but loving memory of our dear father

and grandfather, W. Roots, who died January 11,

1913, in his 70th year.  

Our home was bright and happy once;

A family linked together;

But why that chain is broken now;

Dear father gone for ever.  

Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law and grandchildren, George and Selina Roots.

SMITH.—In loving memory of mv dear brother, Gor-

don, who departed this life on January 12, 1912. In- serted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Fred

and Florrie Miller.

STEPHEN.—In sad but loving memory of my dear

mother and grandmother, and loving wife of the late Alexander Stephen, of Aberdeen, Scotland, and mother of the late James Stephen, who departed this life January 12, 1913, aged 84 years. Gone, but not for- gotten. Inserted by her loving daughter-in-law and grandchildren, Mrs. Janet Stephen and family, George-

street, Mascot.

SWADLING.—In loving memory of our dear father,

who departed this life January 12, 1912.

As ivy clings to oak

So our memory clings to thee.

Inserted by his son and daughter-in-law, Dave and Esther Swadling.

SWADLING.—In loving memory of our dear father and

grandfather, Cornelius Swadling, who departed this life January 12, 1912. Inserted by Con and Ellen Swadling and family.

SWADLING.—A tribute of love and affection of our

dear father, Cornelius Swadling, of C. Swadling and Sons, contractors, of Pyrmont, who passed away January 12, 1912. at Terrigal, Russell-street, Lily-

field.

Weep not for the father who has passed away,   But care for the mother who is with us to-day.

Inserted by his sons, Alec, Arthur, Edmund, and Ernest.  

TAYLOR.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who

passed away January 12, 1913.

I often sit and think of you,

And think of how you died; But, oh, it was hard to think We could not say good-bye.

Inserted by his loving wife, Elizabeth Taylor.

TAYLOR.—In sad but loving memory of our dear father,

who departed this life January 12, 1918. Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, Herbert, and Elizabeth Taylor. Nearer, my God, to Thee.

TAYLOR.—In loving remembrance of our dear father

and grandfather, James Taylor, who died January 12,

1913.  

Twelve months have passed, none can tell

How we missed the father we loved so well; But while he is in his slumbering sleep, His memory we will always keep.

Inserted by his daughters and sons-in-law, Ann and James Bain, Bertha and Walter Davies, and grand-   children.    

TAYLOR.—In sad but loving memory of our dear  

father, who departed this life January 12, 1913. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving   son and daughter, Harry and Agnes Taylor.

WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of our little Claire

Philomena, who departed this life at Melbourne, January 11, 1911. Gone, but not forgotten. In-   serted by her loving father and mother, sisters, and

brother.  

RETURN THANKS.

Mrs. W. CONDON and FAMILY, of Botany, desire to

return THANKS to Messrs. Whiddon Bros., members of the Wool and Basil Workers' Union, and numerous friends for their kindness in their late sad bereave-

ment.  

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