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BIRTHS.  

ALLAN (nee Violet G. Street).-July 27, 1914, at

Brooklyn Private Hospital, Kogarah, the wife of Reg. C. Allan, Ewelme, Frederick-street, Rockdale-  

a son (Maxwell Cameron).  

ARTIS.-August 12, at Brampton, 127 Park Avenue,  

Ashfield, the wife of E. C. Artis-a son.

ATKINSON.-July 23, at the Vegetable Creek Tin Mine, Emmaville, to Mr. and Mrs. John Atkinson-a daugh-  

ter.

BARRATT.-June 29, at Lauraton, Caledonian-street,

Bexley, the wife of John Barratt-a daughter.

BEAVEN.- August 2, at 120 Crown-street, to Mr. and

Mrs. Roland Beaven (nee Annie Cameron)-a son.  

BERNARD.-July 29, at Glengarriff Private Hospital,  

Randwick, to Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bernard-a son (Clive Roberts).  

BLAND.-August 4, at Patrick-street, Hurstville, the  

wife of Alec Bland, of a daughter.

BRADLEY.-August 9, at Warragul, Victoria, to the

Rev. E. W. and Mrs. Bradley-a son.

BROWN.-August 2, at Jesmond, Havelock-street, Drummoyne, the wife of L. J. Brown-a son.  

CAMPBELL.- August 10, 1914, at Burilda Private Hos-

pital, Summer Hill, the wife of Arthur A. Campbell, of Wugnallen, Greenhills-street, Croydon-a son.

CARR.-August 5. at Pendleton, Neich-parade, Burwood,

the wife of Stanley Carr-a son.

CHALMERS.-August 5, at Berenice, Pine-street, Rand-

wick, the wife of J. J. Chalmers-a daughter.

CLIFF.-July 30, at Cootamundra, the wife of C. S.  

Cllff-a daughter.

DEEHAN (nee Vera Campbell).-August 6, at Lein-

ster, Bay-street, Double Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford J. Deehan-a daughter.

DOBSON.-August 6, at their residence. Minoru, 66

Macauley-road, Stanmore, to Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Dob- son-a daughter.

DORHAUER (nee Lottie Bargh).-August 8, at Ingle-

side, Edward-street, Woollahra, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dorhauer- a son (Albert Mervyn Archdale).  

FLEMING.-August 13, at Strathmerton, Sloane-street,

Summer Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fleming-a daughter.

FRY.-July 26, at Birralee, The Avenue, Strathfield,

to Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Fry-a son (Walter Fre- derick).

GIDDINS (nee Kitt).-August 5, 1914, at Meryla, Hen-

derson-street, Bondi, to the wife of Ralph Giddins- a son (Leslie Ralph).

GREENLEES.-August 14, at Nurse Macnamara's pri-

vate hospital, Glenyarrah, Avoca-street, Randwick, the

wife of R. H. Greenlees-a son.

GREIG.-August 9, at their residence, Alpha, Princess-

avenue, Concord, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Greig-a daugh-

ter.

HARDING (Mabel Cottingham).-August 6, 1914, at

the residence of her mother, Derriwong, Lawson- street, Rushcutter Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hard- ing-a daughter.

HIGGINS.-August 13, at Nurse Sturrocks' Private

Hospital, Drynane, Park-parade, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. R. D. K. Higgins, 22 Watkins-street, Bondi-a  

daughter.  

HOWE.-August 11, at Winton, Nurse Law's Private

Hospital, Lodge-street, Forest Lodge, the wife of Joe Howe, junr.-a daughter (both well).  

KELL (nee Rene Sadler).-August 10, at Nurse Back-

house's Private Hospital, the wife of Thomas Kell, Campsie-a daughter.

KIRKWOOD.-At Nurse Kinch's Private Hospital, The  

Poplars, Chnrch-avenue, Quirindi, on Saturday, Au- gust 8, 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dawson Kirk- wood, of Quirindi-a son (Ronald Frederick Barton).  

LEGGATT.-July 27, 1914, at Moeraki, Bellevue-street,

North Sydney, to Mr. and Mrs. Leggatt-a daughter.

LIPSCOMB.-August 8, at Commercial Bank, Har-

den, the wife of W. H. Lipscomb-a daughter.

McFARLANE.-August 10, 1914, at Nurse Scurr's pri-

vate hospital, Melrose, Darley-street, Marrickville, the wife of Aubrey McFarlane-a daughter (Joyce). McINTOSH.-At Ildemere, Bay View-street, McMahon's

Point, the wife of Claude C. McIntosh-twin sons, premature. All doing well.

MATTHEWS.-At Hazeldeane, Hampton Court-road,

Kogarah, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews-a daughter (Hazel Jean). Western Australian papers please copy.

MIDDLETON.-August 2, at her parents' residence, 249 Livingstone-road, Marrickville, the wife of J. E.  

Middleton-a son.

MOFFAT (nee Napier).-August 4, 1914, at Terrigal, Bruce-street, Rozelle, the wife of William Moffat-a     daughter (Elsie May).    

MOORE.- July 27, at Dr. Taylor's Private Hospital,

Temora, the wife of Herbert Moore (nee Gertrude Gravolin)-a daughter.

MOXHAM.-July 29, at Hopetoun Private Hospital,

Dubbo, the wife of W. W. Moxham, Coolabah Sta- tion, Coolabah-a son (Henry Warner).

NICCOL (nee Irene Batchelor).-August 12, 1914, at

their residence, Wynwood, Hampden-road, Artarmon, to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Niccol-a son (Alfred Mal- colm).

PARRY.-July 10, at 91 Bellevue-street, North Syd-

ney, the wife of Robert Parry-a- daughter (Ethel Jean). Both well.

POWELL.-August 6, at Arrah Leun Private Hospi-

tal, Grafton, the wife of E. H. R. Powell-a daughter. Both well.

REID.-June 16, at their residence, Strathmore, Gis-

borne-street, Wellington, to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Reid -a daughter.

ROBINSON.-August 12, at Nurse Sturrock's private

hospital, Drynane, Park-parade, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Robinson, Corby, Orange-street,  

Randwick-a daughter (Joan).

ROSE.-July 3, at Lowestoft, England, to Mr. and

Mrs. Arthur Rose (nee Lily Deakin)-a daughter.

SIMMONDS.-July 17, at The Cabin, Church-street,  

Goulburn, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simmonds-a daughter (Grace Agnes).

SMITH (nee Bertha Northridge).-August 3, at Ma-

rion-street, Auburn, the wife of H. C. Smith-a son. STEVENSON.-May 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ste-  

venson (nee Bertha Mitchell), San Francisco-a   daughter (Mina Jean).

STEVENSON.-August 2, at Nurse McNamara's pri-

vate hospital, the wife of S. Stevenson, Stirling, William-street, Randwick-a daughter.

TEBBUTT.-July 29, at Nurse Griffiths's private hos-

pital, Chatswood, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Stanley Teb- butt, Toronto, Bancroft-avenue, Roseville-a son, both

well.

TRICKETT.-July 4, at Campsie, to Mr. and Mrs.   James F. Trickett-a daughter (Jean Ida Beryl).  

VEALE (nee E. R. Jackson).-August 6, 1914, at Beb-

ington, Dutton-terrace, Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Veale, of Sydney-a daughter. English and Scotch  

papers please copy.

WALCH.-August 9, 1914, at Nurse Macnamara's Pri-

vate Hospital, Randwick, wife of J. Bede Walch-a daughter.

WHETTON.-August 5, at Calmar, Nurse McMahon's

private hospital, Glebe-road, Glebe Point, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetton, a son (Allan Norton).

WHITING.-July 31 (Friday), the wife of Dr. K. M.

Whiting, of Parramatta-a son.    

MARRIAGES.

BAYLEY— BOULTON.— July 18, 1914, at the Congre- gational Church, Petersham, by the Rev. W. Allen,    

John Edwin Bayley, third son of Mr, and Mrs.   Arthur Bayley, Belclutha, Dulwich Hill, to Lena Anne, only daughter of Mrs. Boulton, North-street, Stanmore. At home, Wallace-street, Ashfield, 26th and 27th August.

BERTRAM— CAMERON.— ugust 5, in Presbyterian

Church, Trangie, Cedric Charles Bertram, of Narro- mine, younger son of the late Captain Augustus  

Bertram, of Newcastle, and Mrs. Bertram, of Dul- wich Hill, to Eva Maude, fourth daughter of Mr. and Miss Colin Cameron, of Buddah Lake, Trangie.   BRISTOW— MONTEFIORE.— July 30, at St. Luke's C. of E., Mosman, by the Rev. F. W. Reeve, Stilwell,  

youngest son of the late William Hunter Bristow and Mrs. Bristow, of Akaroa, New Zealand, to Marguerite Winifred, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Montefiore, Tu Moana Nui, Moruben-road, Mosman.

CHILDS— DENMAN.— August 12, 1914, at St. Matthias's

Church, Paddington, by the Rev. S. G. Fielding, Samuel James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Childs, of   Manly, to Amy Valetta (Phyllis), daughter of the late William Denman, of New Zealand, and Mrs.

Mosley, of Paddington. New Zealand and Canadian papers please copy.  

COCKS— BAIN.— July 18, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the father of the bridegroom,     Walter North, youngest son of the Rev. G. O. Cocks,  

to Alice Viola, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Bain, of Glencoe, Watson-street, Bondi.  

COOPER— HILLIER.— July 30, 1914, at St. James'

Church, Croydon, by the Rev. A. C. Mosley, Charles James, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. J.  

Cooper, of Dulwich Hill, to Elsie Victoria, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Hillier, of Fair- light, Croydon.

COSGROVE-MURPHY.-July 4, 1914, at St. Mary's

Church, Concord, by the Rev. Father Halpin, Wil- liam W., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cos- grove, Cloneaven, Belmore-street, Burwood, and grandson of the late Captain John Lee Crosby, of Balmain, to Elsie C., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy, of Florida, Hammersmith-road, Flemington. No cards.

DARBISHIRE-McKINNEY.-August 7, at Duncairn,

Neutral Bay, by the Rev. R. H. Waugh, assisted by the Rev. J. McAuley, William Edward, son of the late Captain Darbishire, U.K., and Mrs. Darbi- shire, of Southport, England, to Lorna Marian, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McKinney, of Duncairn, Neutral Bay.

ELMER-AITKEN.-July 4, 1914, at Sacred Heart

Church, Darlinghurst, by Monsignor O'Haran, Lawrence Elmer, of Tasmania, to Beatrice, daughter of Mrs. Aitken, of Paddington, and the late John  

Aitken, ex-overseer and inspector of nuisances.  

GILES-LITTLE.-May 28, at the Holy Trinity Church,  

St. Marylebone, by the Rev. E. N. Sharpe, M.A., rector of the parish, Bertram Sands, third son of the late Samuel Giles, of Beckenham, England, to Marjorie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Little, of

Sydney.

GUYDER-HAWKINS.-August 5, at St. Mark's,

Islington, Newcastle, by the Rev. W. F. James, Percy Adolph Guyder, second son of J. and N. Guyder, Darley-street, North Sydney, to Rose Alice Hawkins, youngest daughter of the late George and Jane Hawkins, Clerkenwell, London, England.

HAIG-WOODWARD.-July 25, 1914, at St. Barnabas',

Sydney, by the Rev. Canon Charlton, Thomas Haig, of Edinburgh, to Edith Lillian (Lily), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Woodward, Heathcote.

HUDSON-MULLALY.-July 8, 1914, at Presbytery, Golden Grove, by Rev. Father Sherin, Samuel Fred-    

rick, second youngest son of late Charles Hudson and Mrs. Hudson, of Carlton, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mullaly, of Redfern.

McKAY-SMART.-July 18, at the Hunter-Baillie Me-  

morial Church, Annandale, by the Rev. J. McDowell, Robert Weir, second son of Hugh McKay, of Arden- tinny, Scotland, to Eunice Etta Vera, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. W. Smart, of Tempe.

MOORE-WILKINS.-July 22, 1914, at Childers,

Queensland, by Rev. F. A. Fernan, George Stanley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, Neutral  

Bay, to Isabel May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

F. J. Wilkins, Childers.

NORRIS-GAWEN.-July 25, 1914, at the Baptist

Church, Stanmore, by the Rev. C. J. Tinsley, Ernest William, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J.   Norris, Orpington-street, Haberfield, to Nellie   Brooks, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gawen,

of Denison-street, Newtown.

POETT-FIZELL. - June 23, at Banksia, by the Rev.

Absalom Deans, B.A., Matthew Joseph Poett, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Poett, of Bellevue Hill,   Sydney, to Violet Emma Fizell, second daughter of  

the late Wm. and Elizabeth Fizell, of Banksia, Syd-

ney.

PRING-FORD.-July 17, at Trinity Congregational

Church, Strathfield, by the Rev. George Littlemore, Phillip, second son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Pring and Mrs. Pring, Stoneleigh, Summer Hill, to Phyllis Percy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Percy  

Ford, Goomanbong, Strathfield.  

MARRIAGES.

PROUST-EVANS.-August 5, 1914, at St Patrick's    

Church, Walcha, bv Rev. Father O Connor, Alfred L.,   second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Proust, of Sydney, to   Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Evans,   of Apsley, Walcha.

SANDELL-PALMER.-July 25, 1914, at St. Alban's    

Church, Lindfield, by the Rev. L. J. McDonald, Henry Harold, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sandell, of Killara-avenue, Killara, to Bertha Harriet,   second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Palmer, of Brook- side, Deloraine, Tasmania.

SELBY-MACPHERSON. -July 4, 1914, at St. Ste-    

phen's Church, Sydney, by Rev. F. L. A. Schloeffel,

George Joseph, fourth son of Mr. Arthur Selby, Elsie-street, Burwood, to Jessie Elizabeth, only       daughter of the late Mr. James Macpherson, Wheeo, and Mrs. Macpherson, Waverley.

SMITH—BIRKMYRE. —July 28, 1914, at St. Matthia's

Church, Paddington, by the Rev. S. C. Fielding, Charles Eastlake, only son of the late Donald Rigby     Smith, late of Hunter's Hill, to Josephine Beatrice,   elder daughter of Henry A. Birkmyre, of Paddington. SOMERVILLE—FOX. —On July 4, 1914, at St. John's  

Church, Oxford-street, Paddington, Andrew, eldest   son of the late James Somerville, of Edinburgh,   Scotland, to Isabelle, only daughter of William Read Fox, of Trundle, N.S.W.      

THWAITE—HARRIS. —May 19, at the Presbyterian

Church, Randwick, by the Rev. C. H. Talbot, Arthur Roy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thwaite, of Elematta, Randwick, to Kate Pulsford, eldest daugh-   ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris, North Sydney, late of Bowral.

USHER—BENSON. —April 15, 1914, at St. Paul's

Church, Auckland, by the Rev. C. A. B. Watson, M.A., William, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G.   Usher, of Pukekohe, N.Z., to Emily Lilian (Dickie),         second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benson, of Sydney. Present address, Wahgunyah, Ngaio, Wel- lington, N.Z.  

SILVER WEDDINGS.

BORTHWICK-O'CONNELL.-August 14, 1889, at St.      

James', Forest Lodge, Colin, son of the late Colin   Borthwick, Papakura, N.Z., and cousin of Drs. Alex       and Alister Fraser, of Falkirk, Scotland, to Aneva,       daughter of the late Thomas O'Connell, of Auckland,     N.Z., and granddaughter of the late Yelverton Falk         Gardener, of Brook Lodge, co. Waterford, Ireland.

BIRKS-CHAMBERLAIN.-August 14, 1889, at the resi-      

dence of the brides' parents, by the Rev. E. Adams, Wilfred Swift, third son of the late Herbert Birks,

of Sheffield, England, to Ethel R. M., only daughter   of Captain and Mrs. W. Chamberlain. Hobart and   Sheffield papers please copy.

WALSHE-COBBY.-August 12, 1889, at St. Patrick's  

Church, Sydney, by the Very Rev. P. Le Rennetel, S.M., Joseph J. P., eldest son of William Walshe, South Circular-road, Dublin, Ireland, to Edith E. M.     (Kittie), fifth daughter of the late M. H. Cobby, Sidmouth, Devon, England. Present address Dorring- ton, Chatswood.

DEATHS.

ADDY.-August 12, 1914, at Sydney, Eliza Addy,  

native of Manchester, England, widow of the late William Addy, formerly of N.S.W. Government     Railway Works, Eveleigh, aged 83 years. R.I.P.

BAKER.-July 3, 1914, at New Malden, Surrey, Eng-  

land, John Baker, eldest beloved son of Mrs. Baker and the late John Baker, of Downside, Cob- ham, Surrey, and dearly-loved brother of Mrs.   Woolnough, Milton-street, Ashfield, in his 60th  

year.

At eventide it shall be light Queensland papers please copy.

BRANIGAN.-August 14, 1914, at Nemingha Private Hos-

pital, Cleveland-street, Redfern, John St. John   Branigan, late of "Evening News" reading depart-  

ment, aged 52 years.  

BROOKS.-August 14, at Lewisham Private Hospital,

Thomas David Brooks, beloved husband of Katie Jessie, aged 59. Fell asleep in Jesus.

CAMPBELL.-August 11, 1914, at the residence of his

sister, Mrs. A Neurant, Claremont-street, Campsie,   Walter Francis, dearly-loved husband of Clarice   Campbell, aged 25 years and 11 months, after a long

and painful illness. R.I.P.

CAVES.-On August 12, at the residence of her son-

in- law, Arch Wright, Bellview, West Cowra, in her

80th year.  

CHAPMAN.-On the 13th instant, as the result of an  

accident, Archibald James Chapman, of Darley-road,   Manly, and late of Bondi Junction and North Syd- ney. Privately interred, Manly Cemetery, August 15.

CLARKE.-August 1, at his mother's residence, Moonta,

Old Canterbury-road, Summer Hill, Frank Courtney,   dearly loved son of Frances Isobel and the late J. T. Clarke, aged 26 years.  

CRAWFORD.-On August 10, at his late residence, 19

Nobbs-street, Moore Park, William Crawford, dearly   loved husband of Elizabeth Crawford, aged 74 years.   Sadly missed

EVANS.-August 2, at Lewisham Hospital, Cyril  

Thomas (Boy), aged 2 years 7 months, dearly loved   son of Thomas K. and Alice M. Evans, Bellerive, Victoria-road, Marrickville. Our angel in heaven.  

FLANNERY.-August 12, at her residence, Conne-    

mara, Reynolds-street, Neutral Bay, Harriette,   widow of the late George Henry Flannery, of Stanmore, and eldest daughter of late William Regan, Curraberima Station, Bland, in her 59th

year.  

HAWKINS.-August 12, at Lidcombe Hospital (late

Rookwood), Richard John Hawkins, late of London, aged 77 years. At Rest. Home papers please copy.

HODSON.-August 10, at his late residence, Rosella,

Godwin-street, Bexley, John, beloved husband of Eve-   lina C. Hodson, in his 78th year.

JOHNS.-August 13, 1914, at 290 Bulwarra-road, Ultimo,    

Ellen Johns (nee Day), beloved wife of Henry Johns,

and only daughter of John Day, late Inspector of Railways, Wanganui, New Zealand, aged 29 years. New Zealand papers please copy.

KENNEDY.-August 14, 1914, at her parents' residence,  

55 Drayton-street, Leichhardt, Nellie Frances, beloved   infant daughter of Joseph and Nellie Kennedy, aged

10 months.

KIRK.-August 13, at the residence of her son, John  

Hannah, Herbert-street, Ryde, Catherine Kirk, in her     87th year.

LAST.-August 11, 1914, at her daughter's residence, 41  

Regent-street, Newtown, Emma Last, dearly beloved     mother of Edmund and Carrie Garvan, aged 83  

years.

MULLETT.-August 14, 1914, at Toowong, 127 Darling  

Point-road, Darling Point, Alice, dearly-loved wife of     Thomas Henry Mullett, late of Springwood, aged 33

years.  

MULLHERON.-August 14, 1914, at Binalong, Patrick,      

only son of the late John and Catherine Mullheron, also beloved brother of Mrs. Ryman, of Glouces- ter-street, city, and Mrs. H. Johnston, of Redfern,   aged 44 years. R.I.P.

NETTLETON.-August 14, at her daughter's resi-  

dence, 3 McIntosh-street, Mascot, Martha, relict of   the late Joseph Nettleton, of Gardener's-road, Mas-     cot, aged 64 years.

NICHOLS.-August 13, 1914, at his late residence,

Marion-street, Harris Park, Parramatta, John   Nichols, aged 61 years.  

PEAKE.-July 15, Thomas Peake, upholsterer, of 25    

Liverpool-street, Paddington, late of London, beloved   husband of Emma Peake, father of Mrs. W. Roberts and J. W. Peake, after a long and painful illness. At rest. Home papers please copy.

PIPER.-August 11, 1914, at Prahran, Melbourne,      

Charles Piper, aged 64 years.

RALPH.-August 14, 1914, Daisy May, dearly loved wife  

of Henry Horatio Ralph, of Daisyville, 7 Fitzroy- street, Newtown, aged 34 years.

ROGERS.-August 14, 1914, at Western-road, Sher-    

wood, Henry, dearly beloved husband of Mary Rogers, aged 36 years.  

VENATOR.-August 8, 1914, at her residence, Villiers-    

street, Grafton, N.S.W., Johanetta Francisca, wife   of the late Franz Venator, mother of Mrs. A. E.     Cochrane, Woy Woy, and grandmother of Mrs. E. D. Lanceley and Frank and Ernest Cochrane, Gore         Hill, North Sydney, aged 84 years. At rest.

VIVIAN.-August 6, 1914, at Royal Prince Alfred Hos-

pital, John Thomas, age 32, dearly-loved eldest son   of J. and A. Vivian, 139 Darley-street, Newtown.  

WANNAN.-August 14, 1914, at the Royal Prince Alfred      

Hospital, Jane Helen, beloved wife of Charles Wannan, age 53 years. Gone home.

WARDEN.-August 14, 1914, at his late residence,        

Roseville, York-street, Fairfield, Thomas Gibson   Warden, late of Free Public Library aged 74 years,     after a long and painful illness. At rest.

IN MEMORIAM.

ANDERSON.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Ellen  

Agnes Anderson, died lugust 15 1009 Inserted bv hir lovug husband md (laughter and son-in-law

BV.COV-In loving memorj of mj dear hu'band and

our dear father, William Bacon, who departed this

life tngust 10th 1010

Ile think we see Ins loving smile

Alllnugli four jears have passed. Hut In our memory still he lives,

Ami vvil1 until the list

Inserted bj his loving wife and daughters, Kate and

Alice

Bl 1 CHI Y -In loving ntemorv of our dear mother,

Anne Maria who departed this life August 16. 1913 Iiibertcd bv her lonna; son and daughter in law, Challes and Iinilj, and grandchildren, James and Ivj

Bcochfiv

BLTCIiri -In loung memorj of our dear mother,

Anne Maria Bccchcv who departed this Lie August 15 1013 ngeil 77 Inserted by her son nnd daughter in law, Pont mil Polly Brechcv

BTTClll V-In loving remembrance of our dear mother

mil gi indmothpi Anne Marla who departed tins lifi 1 '"til August, 1013 Inserted bv her loving son and ilaughtci in law, Ililli Jil and Mary Bccchev, and

finiilv

Bl 11 III I -In loving memory of our dear friend, \nnle

VI it la llecchej, who departed this life august 10, lill I at Ashfield aged 77 j e trs

I dearer ft lend, more true mid kind,

None better on this cirth you'd lind

In ei teil bj Mrs C Parker and VIrs c Stephens and

family

lill VDIll III -In cad and loving memorj of our dear

ilaughlei mul sister, Kutti Moy, who departed this life Vugtt«t 15, 1907 Inserted Ij her loving pai-nts

and sisters

BlllDV -In sad but everlasting remembrance of our

ilcir slslir, Owendo who fell asleep August 10,

1907

1 here nro griefs that cannot find comfort, Anil wounds Hat cinnot be healed Sadlj nils» d by 1 ertha anti Tom

BRI NNAN -A liibitte to the memory of Tohn Brennan,

who died at 41 I, wv son street, llttverltj, on August 1-. 1912 Inserted bj his sons Mortln C omi Fred

BRTll -In loving memorj ol my dear wife and our

mother 1 ninia, who departed this life August 18th, 1912 Inserted bj her loving husband and family

BRl.ll -hi loving memorj of our dearly beloved

daughter 1 mun who dcpirtcd tilla life August 10th, 1912 Inserted by her loving father and mother, J Mid" S James

BROUGH ION-In loving memory of m j dear mother,

who died August 10, 1012 At rest Inserted by her son, Toni

BROUGHTON-In loving memory of my dear mother,

Harriett Broitfcliton, who deputed this life August 10, 1012 Inserted by her loving datierter Hilda M

Wells

coin N -In loving remembrance of my dear wife, \ lila,

,«ho deputed tins life August Jri 1012

There is a bond death cannot i-cvcr, Loving renicmliriiico lasts for ever. Inserted bj lier loving litclund

C^vvm^î!o10diëu OT ÎÎ ^7«P!S

loving family

TCKlTtDT -In loving memorj of n.v <ear wife and

LA'tr'îoviVi'g0 ÄftÄ inJ'Ä

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IN MEMOBIAM.

EVANS.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Jane

Clarinda Evans, who departed this life August 15, 1907. Not forgotten. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Alf and Alice Reid.

EVANS.-In loving memory of our dear mother and

grandmother Jane Clarinda Evans, who departed this life on August 15, 1907. Inserted by her loving sons and daughters in law. Edward, Arthur, Mary, Theresa, Minnie, Willie Reid.

EVANS.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother and  

grandmother, Jane Clarinda Evans, who departed this life August 15, 1907. "Though death divides us, fond memory clings." Inserted by her loving son, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter, David Henry, Rita, and Daphne Clarinda Evans.

FARMER.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother,

Linma Farmer, who departed this life August 10,

1S97. Dceplj- regretted.

FARMILO.-A tribute of love in memory of my dear

husband and our father, Albert Nathaniel Farmilo, who,passed away August 15, 1007, at Ilia late rcsi dene, Mount Unca, Nelson-street, Annandale.

Kind was our father mid sincere, Faithful to us ho loved so dear;

Fond of his children-the light of his eye, Loving us all, he left as-to die.

Inserted by his fond wife and children. Edith, Syd, Lain, and Hairy.

FOLD.-A tribute of love to the memory of my dear

husband undi our father. Henry Ford, who passed

away August lil, 1910.

After jears of life» together,

We ure parted now by death;

But we hope some day to meet you

In Heaven, dear loved one, where all find rest. Inserted by his loving wife and daughters.

FRUTAS.-In loving memory of our dear daughter,

lora Mary Adeline-, who departed this life August 10, 1913, aged 2 years mid 0 months. Inserted by lier ioving father und mother.

GAY. -- In loving memory of our darling little grand-

daughter, Ellen Mary (Nellie), who died at Grove- street, Lilyfield, on August 10, 1910, aged 2 years and 3 months. Gone, but not forgotten by those who still love her. Inserted by her loving grandma, E. J.

Gay.

GERSIION,-In loving memorj- of our dear father and

grandfather, Henrv Gershon, who departed this life August 15, 1S9S. "Father's at rest. Inserted by his loving children, Emanuel, Elijah, Kate, ami Rachel, also grandchildren.

GLASS.-In memory of Cccclie Glass, died August 12,

1011. Inserted by her loving sister and brother in-law, Susie and William Russell.

GLASSINOTON.-In sad but loving memora- of our dear

daughter Ethel, who died August 15, 1912. Inserted hy her loving parents, also brothers and sister, Zet- land. We .who loved her sadly misa her.

GUEST.-In loving remembrance of Frank Guest, -who

tfied suddenly August 14, 1013, aged 70 years, eldest son of Martin and Ell/.i Guest, late Birdwell, York- shire, England, beloved brother of Mrs. It. Parkin, Kensington, muí M. Amy. At rest.

HAYES.-In loving remembrance of our dear father

and grandfather, James Hayes, who passed away

August 16, 1913, in his 80th year. '

The 'face we loved, it now lies low,

The fond, true heart is stlll,

The hand we often clasped in ours

Lies now in death's cold chill.

Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, George and Ruth Hayes, and grandchildren, Annie, Leslie, Alice, and William.

HAYES.-In loving memory of our dear father James

Hayes, who departed this life August 16, 1913, at his residence, Eldinhope, Freeman's Reach, via Windsor,

. Lord Jesus, be our guide,

. O lead us safely on

Till night and grief and sin and death

Are passed, and heaven is won.

Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law,- Elea- nor and Elijah Green, Lidcombe.

HAYES.-In loving memory of our dear father, James

Hayes, who died at his late residence, Freeman's Reach, August 16, 1913, aged 79 years.

To memory very dear.

Inserted by his daughter and son-in-law. Emmie and Edgar Smith and family, Beatrice-street, Lidcombe.

HAYES.-In loving memory of our dear father, James

Hayes, who departed this life, August 16, 1913, at his residence, Freeman's Reach, in his 80th year.

Thy will be done.

Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, C. and E. Hayes, and grandchildren.

HAYES.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and

sister, Mary Francis, who departed this life August 16, 1907, aged 19 years. To know her was to love her. Inserted by her loving parents, Maurice and Millie Hayes, and brother, Jack.

HAYES.-In loving remembrance of our dear and only

sister, Mary Francis, who departed this life August 16, 1007, aged 19 years. She lives with us in memory still. Inserted by lils loving sister and brother, 'Kitty and George Whitford.

IIILLHOUSE.-In loving memory of my dear husband

and Our father, Thomas Hillhousc, who departed Ibis life August 15, 1913, at Glenfield. .

Sadly vye miss hint; yet, in our sorrow,

Hopes for the future cm banish the pain;

Faith points the way to u brighter to-morrow,

And whispers to us, "We shall meet him again." Inserted by his loving wife and children.

HOCKEY.-In loving memory of Edmund Hockey, who

departed tills life at Mosman, August 15, 1913. In- serted by his loving son and grandson, F. W. and Edmund Hockey.

ISRAEL-In loving memory of my dear husband and

our dear father, Albert Bernhard, who departed this life August 10,- 1913. Inserted by hil loving wife

and children.

ISRAEL.-In loving memory of our dear Bon-in-law

and brother-in-law, Albert Bernhard, who departed this life August 10, 1913. Inserted by E. J. »nd L. Cyfer and family.

JACKSON.-In loving memory of my dear wife and

our dear mother, who died at Ultimo, August 15, 1807

There is a boittl death cannot sever,

Loving remembrance lasts for ever. *

Inserted by her loving husband, Will, and daugh- ters, Hilda, Nellie, and Vera.

JACOBSEN.-lu »loving memory of my dear father and

grandfather, Jacob Jaeobsen, who departed this llfo August 15 ,1911. Inserted by lils loving daughter, Mary Gibbs; and grandson, Willie. ¡

JEFFRIES.-August 13,1913.-In nic)no'ry of my dear

"beluvcd'nnd loving daugliter¡-Carolina.

The lone lamp softly burns, ; ?»'.{ . . And a Wondrous silence reigñsj'

Only with a low,' still voice *" s '? ' ?

A lonely one remains.

In the womb of Mary Meek,

In the cradle, on Hie tico, , Hearts (of pure undying love,

It lived, loved, bled for mc; - - Ever pleading, day mid night,

Thou will not UB part, I I O veiled and wcuidrous God,' - ' O love of the sacred heart.

% Inserted by her affectionate mother, Dorrie Jeffries.

JOHNSON.-In fond memorj' of our dear friend, Harry,

who died AnguBl 15, 1012, At rest. Inserted -by

M. II. and D. N.

JONES.-In loving memory of my denr baby, Norrine

May Jones, who departed her life August 16, 1910.

Dear is the grave where ? I

Poor baby is laid; - . , Sweet aro the memories

That never fade;

Roses maj- wither nnd leaves may die, If others forget you, never will I.

Inserted by her loving mother and father and bro , lhere. , KEANE.-In loving memory of my dear husband, John,

who departed HUB life August 16, 1911. R.I.T. Inserted by his wife, Charlotte, and children, Jack

and May.

KEANE.-In loving mmnory of our dear son and bro-

ther, Jack, who departed this life August 15, 1011. Inserted by his loving father, mother, brother, and

blstClS.

LOWE.-In loving memory of roy dear husband and

our father, John Francis Lowe, who deported this life August 15, 1005. Gone, but not forgotten. In- serted by lils loving wife and fainllj-.

LOUT..-In loving memory of our dear father, John

Francis Lowe, who departed this life August l8, 1005. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, Jnck and Ethel.

LYLE.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother,

Andrew Richmond (Rich), who departed this Hie on the 35tlt of August, 1913, aged IS years. Inserted by his loving mother and father, sisters, and brother. Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away.

LYONS.-In loving memory of our dearly beloved

daughter, Catherine Lyons, who died August 7, 1012, Mav her soul rest in peace. Inserted by her father, mother, and sister, Barney-, Julia, and Sophia Lyons. MCCAFFERY.-In loving remembrance of our dear

mother, Catherine, McCaftcry, who departed this life August 15, 1007, at Newcastle. Inserted by her loving daughter, .?on, daughter-in-law, and little grand-on, Eli/nbcth, Thomas, Muy, and Noel,

MtCONXELL.-In fond anti cherished memory of my

dear sister, Lily MeConnell, who died August 15th, 1013. Inserted by her loving sister, Minnie.

M'DONALD.-In loving memory of Eliza M'Donald,

who departed this life August 10, 1912. Inserted by her loving husband and children.

MANDIBLE.-In loving memory of our dear mother,

Ellen Man'Uhle, who died at her residence, 154 Llverpool-sticet, Hyde P.nli, August 10, 1910. Dead, but not forgotten. Inserted bv her loving sons, John and Edward Mandible'.

MEANEY.-A tribute of everlasting love to the sacred

memory of our dear mother, Margaret Meaney, who died August 15, 1011. R.I.P.

Gentle in mind, patient in pain.

God took our loved one, Heaven to gain.

Inserted by her loving daughters and son-in-law, Gertie, Mary, and Eddie.

MEANEY.-In loving mernoiy of my dear mother, who

departed this life August 33, 1011. Inserted by her loving daughter Gertie.

¡V-V.SII.-In laving memorr of my.dear daughter and

our sister. Margaret Nash-(nee Hawthorne), who de- parted this life August 15, 1012.

Far and oft my thoughts do wander

To i gnv c not far aw tj,

Where thej lud jin dirling sister

Just two \eais ago lo thy

Inserted lj her inothei and only sister. Lizzie

NTGT'S-In loving mcinorv of our tlearly beloved

mother, who deputed thu life August 10, 1003

As lo"g is life and memorj last Vic will remember thee

Insirtcd bv her loving tluughter and son-ln law, I milj and »A ill

\ICll«3-In loving memory of our dcarlj beloved

mother who departed this life AugUBt 10, 1008

'Ihough tleitli divides font! memories cling

Inserted bv her lpving son and daughlcr-in law, George and Pearl.

NFGUS-In loving memory of our dear mother, Maria

Negus, who departed this life on August 10, 100S Though lost to sight, in memory ever dear In- serted bj her lov ing son and daughter-in law, Charles and Ruby Negus

NEGUS-h fond and loving memorv of our dear

mother. Mario Negus, who tlep-irtetl this life August 10, 1003 Rest In peace Inserted bj her loving son and daughter In law, Walter and Kellth Negus,

NI OUS -In sad but loving memory of our dear

mother, Maria Negus who departed this life August 10, 1008 Resting li peace with God Inserted by her loving son and daughter in la», Trcd and

Annie,

M CDS-In loving memorj of our dear mother, who

departed tills life August 10, 10OS Inserted by her loving son and daughter In law, Henry and May Negus

M 11 SON-In loving memory of our dear brother,

Ccoifci- (Leopold), whu died August 15, 1013

We often sit and think of von,

Anti thltil of how jon died,

God knows tint you arc better off,

limn vvalielcring tills world so wide

Inserted bj his loving brothci and sister, Jack and

Kate

NI ILfeON -Til loving memory of our dear uncle,

George Neilson, who departed Ulfs life August Iii. 1011 At lest. Inserted bv lils loving nephew and nfece, llaioltl and Florrie Halloran.

NORRIS-In loiing nieiuoiv of our dear husband and " father Thomis'Nonin, who departed tliiu life August]

1 10, 1010. Inserted by his loving wife and son.

[ IN MEMORIAH.

PEIR.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Emma,

who died Augtiit IB, 1012. At rest. v"

PERIERA.-lu loving memory of my dear wife, Ger-

trude Perlera, who elepartcd this life August 15, 1013. At rest. Inserted hy her loving husband,

Andrew Pcricra.

PERIERA.-In loving memory of our dear daughter

anil sister, Gertrude Portera, who died August 15, 3013. Inserted by mother, father, and brothers. At

rest.

P1TH1E.-In loving memory of our dear aunt. Mary Â.

rithic, who departed this life August 15th, 1012. Inserted by her loving nieces, Clara and Rae.

PUCKERIDGE.-In ead but loving memory of my dear

wire, Elsie, who departed this life at the Coast Hospital, August 15, 1913.

What happy hours we once enjoyed,

How sweet their memory still;

But they have left au aching void

This world can never fill.

Inserted by her sorrowing husbund, Will, also her

three dear children.

PUCKERIDGE.-In fond and loving memory of our

dear daughter and sister, who departed this life August 15, 1913.

One year has passed, and none can tell

The loss of Elsie, ive loved so well. '

Inserted by her loving father, mother, sisters, and

brothers.

PUCKERIDGE.-In sad but loving memory of our

dear sister, Elsie May, who stepped into a higher plane, August 15, 1913. Saved by grace alone. In- serted hy her loving sister and brother-in-law, Ruby

and Donald Tollis.

PUCKERIDGE.-In loving memory of Elsie May Puck-

erldge, who died August 15, 1913, aged 28 years. Safely resting with the Lord. Inserted hy her loving brother and sister-in-law, A. and S. Thompson.

PUCKERIDGE.-In sad but loving remembrance of our

dear sister-in-law. Elsie, who departed this life Au gust 15, 1913. Gone, hut not forgotten. Inserted by her loving sisters-in-law, Lill, Alice, Harriet, and

Nell.

QUIGG.-A tribute to the memory of the late John

Quigg, of Austral Eden, George-street, Canterbury, who died August T5th, lull.

REID.-In sad hut loving memory of my dear son and . our dear brother, James Reid, who departed this

life August 15, 1003, at Myalba, 4 Evvell-stTcet, Ro- zelle, aged 20 years.

Sweet to our memory, dear to our heart, Our love to your memory never Ehall part.

Wo know that our years, be they manj- or few,

Will be years of femembrance, dear Jim, of you. Though Air, darling Jim, from us you may be, We know you ure "Nearer, my God, to Thee." Your trials aro over, you're free from nil pain,

But "God will bo with you till we meet again." Inserted by his ever-loving' mother, sisters, and

brother»,

REYNOLDS.-In» bad but ever-loving memory of my

dear wife and our darling mother. Alice Reynolds, who departed this life August 10th, 1009.

As long U8 life and memory lasts We will iemom<bcr thee.

Inserted by her loving husband and chilelren, Will., Bert, and Kubj-,

ROWLEY.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Mary

Rowley, who died 15th August, 1906; also our dear father, James Rowley, who died 16th January, 1914.

No one knows how much we miss them;

Some may think the wound is healed, For they cannot feel the sorrow

In our aching hearts concealed. Inserted by their loving daughter.

RUSSELL.-In loving memory of our dear cousin, Daisy

Russell, who died Aug. 15, 3013.

A loving cousin, true as ever breathed,

Has passed awoy rom earth;

But the memory lives within our heart«,

Of us who know her vvoitli.

Inserted by her loving cousin, Joseph, and Maud

Abrahams,

SHINE.-In loving memory of our dear husband and

father, Patrick Shine, who died August 10, 1013.

Eternal rest give unto him, O Lord,

And let perpetual light shine unto him. Rest in peace.

Inserted hy his loving wife and children.

SMALLEY.-In ever loving memory of my dear hus-

band, Thomas Smalley, who died August 10, 1013, nt Church-avenue, Mascot. Though lost to sight, to memory ever dear. Inserted by his loving wife, Alice.

SMALLEY.-In ever loving memory of our dear father,

Thomas Smalley, who died August 16, 1013. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving children, Walter and Florrie, Fred., May, and Will.

SMALLEY.-In loving memorj' of our dearest friend.

Thomas Smalley-, who deported this life August 10,

1913.

Dear friend,

Although this world divides m.

And your face vve cannot see. Let tilts little token tell you

We both remember thee.

Inserted hy his loving friends, Frank and Laura Holmes (Lismore).

SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear wife, E. Maude

SmitSi, who departed this life August 16, 1912. '

She is gone, but not forgotten, . Aa it dawns another year;

In the lonely hours of thinking,

Thoughts of her are always dear.

Inserted hy her loving husband, Harold, and children, Mabel and Harry*.

SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, E.

Maude Smith, who departed this life August 10, 1012.

Sleep In peace, oh, dearest daughter, ' Than art happy, thou art blessed,

Earthly care and sorrow ended,

Nought can break thy holy rest.

Inserted by her loving mother and step-father. ,

SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear sister, E. Maude

Smith, who departed this life August 16, 1912.

'.Not a sound disturbs j-our slumber,

Not a care to mark your brow,

"All your pains and trials arc over, 1 You are- happy resting now.

Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Mary and Arthur Read.

SMITH.-^Iri'loiIng memory of my dear sister, E. Maude

Smith, who departed this life August 16, 1912,

Out in the lonely graveyard,

Under the lonely sod,

Thoro Iles my dear sister,

Resting in peace with God.

Inserted bv her loving sister and brother-in-law, Ada and Harold Bell.

SMITH.-In loving memory of my dear sister, E. Maude

Smith, who departed this life August 16, 1912.

The midnight stars are shining Upon her lonely grave,  

There sleeps without, dreaming

The one we could not save.  

Inserted by her loving sister and brothcr-in-law, Maggie, and Claude Martyr.    

SMYTHE.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who

departed this life August 15th, 1903. Inserted by her loving children, Marie, Madeline, Ken., Roy, Ron, and Rupert.

WAKE.-In loving.memory of our dear son and brother,

Horace, who died August 15, 1913.

Though lost to sight, lo memory very dear.

Inserted by his fond parenls and brothers, James and Emily Wake, Leslie, and Albert.  

WAKE.-In fond memory of our dear brother and

brother-in-law, Horace, who died August 16, 1913.

Praising what is lost  

Makes the remembrance dear.

Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, Hetty and

Syd. Hockey.

WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Clara

Emily, who departed this life August 16, 1913, at

Wollongong.

It was late that death should part us,

When the leaves of autumn fell;

When two loving hearts were severed,

Two that loved each other well.

Inserted by her loving husband, Albert J. Williams,  

Petersham.    

WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of our darling daugh-

ter, Clare Emily Williams, who departed this life August 16, 1913. Promoted to glory. Inserted by her affectionate father and mother, William and

Rebecca Winley.

WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of our dear sister and

aunt, Clara Emily Williams, who departed this life August 10, 1913. Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Janey and James Findlay, and ne- phew and nieces, Wesley, Mira, Rebe, Jean, Aleda,

and Pearl.

WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of our dear sister,

Clara Emily Williams, who departed this life August 10, 1913. Inserted by her loving brothers and   sisters, Samuel, James, Wesley, Annie, and Aleck

Winley.

WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of our dearly beloved

daughter-in-law, Clara Emily Williams, who de- parted this life August 10, 1913. Inserted by her loving father-in-law and mother-in-law, Philip and

Alma Williams.

WILLIAMSON.-In loving memory of my dear wife,

Annie, who departed this life August 15, 1905, at her residence, 18 White Horse-street, Newtown, aged 63 years. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by her lov- ing husband and family.  

WOLFF.-In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary

Ann Wolff, who died August 15th, 1913, at Dulwich Hill. Inserted by her loving daughter, Beatrice, and  

son-in-law, Robert McMorrin.

RETURN THANKS.  

Mrs. EVA ROSE ELLIS, of Claremont, Hornsby, de-

sires to return her sincere THANKS to her many kind friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and florol tributes in her late sad bereavement, es- pecially to Dr. Ramsden, Nurse Maggie Garvey, and the Rev. A. L. Wade, for their unfailing care and attention to her late husband during his long ill-

ness

Mr and Mrs RAY and FAMILY wish to sincerely

THANK members of the Northern Suburbs Juniors,   Glebe District, West Sydney, Grosvenor, Miller's Point, Kia-Ora Football Clubs, and all those who so   kindly assisted in raising a memorial to the mem-   ory of their dear son, Arthur, and especially thank his late comrades, members of the Miller's Point   Kia-Ora Football Club, for floral tributes.  

The RTIATIIFS of Marj Dwjer, ol Peat a Terry road

Hornsby de iro to relurn binceic THANKS to all kind friends for sjmpatltj and floral tributes an letters in their recent ead and sudden bereavement

The Tatnilv of the lite JOHN I Al wish to return

their sincere THANKS for all expressions of sjm pathy in their recent ead bereivcment

Mr JIMLS CIRRLTHLRS and TAMIIl wish to return

sincere THINKS to their many lind friends com rades and worl mites to their late 6on mid brother for cards letters and floral tributes In their late sad

bereavement j

Mis G 17/\ nnd TAMIL» of Sydney road, Auburn

wish to return their heartfelt THANIvS to many kind friends and neighbours for cards letters telegrams, and floi ii tributes also the Auburn I' L League, the Cnnvlllc S L Council and Australasian Meat Industrj Ltnplojees' Union in «heir sad bereavement Mr and Mrs GARVAN and FAMIIY desire to return

their sincere UIANKS to their manj kind friends for floral tributes cards and telegrams also Dr Selvvjn Hirrison, of College street, Sydney, and the Rev C 1 James for their kihd attention in their recent Bad bereavement in tile loss of their dear mother and grandma

Mr and Mrs J KEVNETT and FAMILY wish to

return their sincere lil INKS to relatives and friends for tele(,raiiis, letters, and cards of kind sympathy mid floral tributes lu their recent sad bereavement also sisters and nurses of St V inccnt s Hospital

Mr S BRIANT and 1-AMILY return heartfelt

THANKS to Dr COT the re ¡dents of Heathcote

Waterfall school children, and all kin I friends for wreaths telegrams ctr Is ml h tier» mid for klnl

ness during their sod bereivcment in the lo s ol a | fond wife und loy mt, mother

Mrs WM Clt IW KORD mid TAMIL1 desire to return

sincere THANKS to kind friends for Oorul tiit tites cuTds, telegrams and messages ol synipalhj, cspec lally to Mrs Ticvor Vtr mid Mrs W i diup, Mr 1 11*4, also to Di Spiller Braiirion for their kind ness shown in their recent ead bereavement

Mr and Mrs VIVIAN and 1AM1L1 desire lo return

ti eil sim ero THINKS to friends and relatives (01 liol al tributes nnd sympathy in the loss of Hum eldest son and Inothir John Thomas Viv i in, an i iT'chlly Mr IV, Wiles' employées and workmen of Sydney Snow's, _,_,

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