NEWNHAM—PETT.—December 11, 1854, at St. Peter's
Church, Collingwood, Melbourne, Harriet Pett, of Sevenoaks, Kent, England, to Alfred Newnham, of
Ryde, Isle of Wight, England. Present address, Forbes. DEATHS.
ARMSTRONG.-December 10, 1914, at North Sydney,
Ada Anna, beloved wife of Thomas Sidney Arm- strong, of Gerringong, and daughter of the late Joseph Grice, of Wilde's Meadow, aged 42 years.
CROOK.-December 10, 1914, at the residence of her
daughter, West-street, North Sydney, Eliza Jane
Grace, aged 76 years.
CUNNINGHAM.-December 9, 1914, at her residence,
Lillyville, Belmont-street, Alexandria, Fanny Cun- ningham (nee Butterworth), widow of the late Ald. Joseph W. Cunningham, J.P., and second daughter of Elizabeth and the late Thomas Butterworth, of Lambton, Newcastle, N.S.W., in her 57th year.
CUNNINGHAM.-December 9, 1914, at her residence,
Lillyville, Belmont-street, Alexandria, Fanny Cun- ningham (nee Butterworth}, widow of the late Alder- man Joseph W. Cunningham, J.P., and beloved mother of Rachel Stewart, 101 Beattie-street, Bal-
main, in her 57th year.
CUNNINGHAM.-December 9, 1914, at her residence,
Lillyville, 225 Belmont-street, Alexandria, Fanny, widow of the late Alderman Joseph W. Cunningham, J.P., dearly loved mother of Ethel Dierks, Muriel Stuart, and Ivy Treble, in her 57th year.
HAGAN.-December 10, at her residence, 16 Curtis-road,
Balmain, Barbara Hagan, senr., aged 85.
HATFIELD.-December 9, at Prince Alfred Hospital,
Isaac Bolam Hatfield (Bert), beloved husband of Hilda Jessie Hatfield, 4 King-street, Randwick, aged
HORDERN.-December 8, at Stramshall, Auburn-road,
Hawthorn, Victoria, Cecilia, widow of the late William Hordern, aged 79. A colonist of 77 years.
McKENZIE.-December 10, 1914, at his late residence,
Tulackard, Abbotsford-parade, Abbotsford, Walter
Parlane, in his 55th year.
McNALLY.-December 4, 1914, late of 65 Marriott-
street, Redfern, Bernard McNally, aged 48 years. In-
serted by his loving brothers and sisters. R.I.P.
PORTUS.—December 9, at Cobham, Ashfield, Nel-
lie, wife of John Portus. Interred Rookwood,
RINTEL.-December 8, 1914, at Geelong, Victoria,
Myrr, beloved husband of Sophie Rintel, and brother of Mrs. Philip Joseph, of Coogee.
THORNDIKE.-December 10, 1914, Herbert John Kel-
lett, dearly loved infant son of Herbert J. and the late Blanche Thorndike, aged 6 months. Suffer the
little children to come unto Me.
WHITE.-December 9, 1914, at his late residence, 74
Denison-street, Newtown, Thomas, dearly loved hus- band of Amelia White, formerly of Range Villa,
Burrawang, aged 70 years.
WHITE.-December 10, 1914, at St. Vincent's Hospi-
tal, Sydney, Patrick Kinchela White, aged 69 years.
WILLIAMS.-December 10, 1914, at her late residence,
Fletcher-street, Auburn, Sarah Jane, relict of late John Joseph Williams, late of Hawkesbury River,
aged 57 years.
BOURNE - In fond and loving memory of our dear
father and grandfather William Bourne, vvho departed this life on December 11, 1913, aged 78 years and 10
One of the best that God could send, Beloved by all, a faithful friend
Called home from those who deeply love, To gain a glorious life above.
Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Fred, and Mary Watts, Wold's-Avenue, Hurstville.
BOURNE -In loving memory of our dear father and
grandfather, who died December 11, 1913. Inserted bv his loving daughter, son in.law, and grandson, Edward. Alice, Charlotte, an d Herbert Darke.
CONNORS. — In loving memory of our dear mother,
Johannah Connors, who passed away, at Kogarah, on the 11th December, 1913. R.I.P. Inserted by her loving daughters, Catherine and Mrs. J. Maude, CONWAY. -In loving memory of my dear husband
and our dear father, Andrew F. Conway, who de- parted this life on the 11th December, 1901. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving wife, Caroline Conway, and children, Ellen, Alfred, Frank,
COOPER -In loving memory of our dear little daugh
ter, Elsie Jean, who passed away December 11, 1912,
aged 4 years.
Two years have passed since that sad day, When our dear Jean was called away;
God took her home, it was His will, Forget her, no, we never will.
Inserted by her loving parents, Charles and Emily
COOPER-In loving memoir of our little darling, Elsie Jean, who departed this life December 11, 1912.
Gone from among us, oh, how we miss her.
Inserted bv her loving granddad, aunties, and uncle, C. Cooper and familv, Akron, Central, Bankstown. CROFT -lu memoi v of im dear mother, Hannah Croft,
who died December 11, 1892 To memory dear. Insert- ed by her loving daughter, li. Groj, Manlv.
DUNN-In loving memory of my dear husband and
our father. Thomas Honrv Dunn, who departed this life December 11, 1913, at North Svdnej, leaving a sorrowing wife and famllv to mourn his loss. At rest. Inserted bv lil-, loving wife and children.
DUNN -In loving nieinorv of our dear brother, Thomas
H. Dunn, vvho depaited this life December 11, 1913. His ena was peace, hi» enies are none. Inserted by his loving sisters, biothei in-law, Mrs. A, YVatts, Mrs. Y.hman (Newcastle), Mrs Hilder.
DUNN-In loving mentor} of my dear brother, Thomas
Henrj Dunn, woo departed this life December 11, 1013 f-fe in tho arms of Jesus Inserted by his loving sister and brother in-law, Agnes and Frederick Davis. EDWARDS—In loving memory of our darling daugh-
ter and sister, Eva May, who departed this life De- cember 11, 1913, aged 5½ months.
Gone, but not forgotten.
Inserted by her loving father, mother, and bro- ther, John and Rebecca, and Leslie Edwards.
EWING—In loving memory of my dear husband and
father, Samuel Ewing, who departed this life De- cember 11, 1918, aged 43 years. Inserted by his lov- ing wife and children, Emily May Ewing.
GAY.—A tribute of love to the memory of my dear
sister, Jane Gay, who passed away December 11, 1913. Dead, but not forgotten. Inserted by her loving sister, Mary Ashton.
HOWES.—In fond memory of our dear mate, William
Howes, who departed this life December 11, 1909. Five years have passed since that sad day,
When our dear mate was called away. God took him home, it was His will, Forget him, no,we never will.
Inserted by his true mates, C. McDougall, A McDonald, J O'Niel, J. Morre, Ted Robinson, L. Welch, W. O Lauchlan.
INGRAM.-In loving memory of my dear husband, W11.
Ham Event Ingram, who died on the 11th of Decem-
A husband true as ever breathed u Ha«. pacsed ayvaj from earth,
I But jour memory lives within the heart
Of ona that Knew your worth.
Inserted by his loy ing wile. Mary Ingram.
SEELEY -In loving memory of my dear mother,
Catherine, who departed this life December 11, 190S. Inserted by her loy ing, Rene Garland, Perth, W.A.
KEELEY -In loy ing memory o( my dear sister, Cath-
erine Kate, who departed this life December 11, 3003 Inserted by her loving sister. Emily Phillips.
Uone, but not forgotten.
LAMB? RT.-In loy Ing memory of our dear father, who
departed this life on the 11th day of December, 1011. Inserted b\ his loy ing sons, Robert, Thomas,
and Hermon Lambert.
LAMBERT-In loimg mernoo' of our dear father,
?who departed this life on the 11th das of Decem- ber, 1013. Inserted by ills loving daughter and son in law, and grandchildren, Mrs and Mr. Elmes, also Edna, Edie, Norma, and Clarile Elmes.
LANGLY.-In lowng memory of Violet Langly, who
died December 11, 1007.
Clay to its narroyv home beneath;
'" Soul to its rest on high. _ ) -J j, ' I who have seen thy look, in dcath
i Need never fear to die. ' ".
MARSHALL-In loy ing memory of my dear husbaui
and our father, who departed this life December 11. 1011, ago 67 Inserted by his loving wife, and children, .Nellie, Ruth, Crosby
MILES -In sad but loving memory of Henry, dearly
beloved and only child of H. and M. Miles, who de- parted this life, at North Sydney, December 11, 1913,
aged 11 months.
1 One .ear has passed, our hearts still sore,
As tile time goes on we ml»« him more. Inserted bj his father and mother
1IULLEÎ -A loving tribute to the memory of our
dca. mother, Anna Louisa Mulley, who died 11th De cember, 1013. Inserted by her loving daughters and ton, Alice and Florrie and Dm Rest in peace.
JIURPIU -In loy ing memory of our dear brother,
Patrick Murphy, who departed this life on December
. 0, 1012.
Two years haye pissed since that sad day, I V\hcn our dear brother w is allied nwij, | <iod took him home, It was His Will, j Forget Inn., no, we ..eyer will
I Ne.cr forgotten by his sorrowful sister and brother
inlayy, Mr. and Mrs Hrooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ches- terton, Mr. and Mrs Carr.
SCANES -In loving memory of my dear father, Fred-
erick John Scanes, who departed this life December
11th, 1911, aged 70 years.
i Anchored by love, which death cannot 6cver,
1 miss you, dear fitlier, and will for eyer.
1 Inserted bv his loving daughter and ton In law, L.
and J. Grav.
SCANES--In loving memory of our dear brother,
Frederick John Scanes, who departed this life De- cember 11th, 1911. Inserted by his loving brother and sister- in- law, John and Ciss Scanes.
SIMPSON -In sad but loving memory of Sidney Mil' n
(Sid), the dearly lo.ed husban I of Agnes Simps in late Dora street. Hurstville, »ho wai, accidentally Mlled during shunting oper-u um m Sydney yard 11th ot December 1011 aged IS year6 Deeply mourned and sadly nimcil bj his wife and ht'le
daughters Hilda and Baby
SIMPSON-In lmlng memory of Sidney Milton (SI I),
dearlj lo.ed onl. son nf Thomas and Mary Simpsoi i of I hsev 1-ngland ugrd 33 jeirs
! linee }ian haye passed .ime that sad day
F When our dear Sid yeas called away
j fiod took linn home it w is His will 1 lorget hill, no v\e ne.er will
Tnserte.1 hy his (sorrowing mother and father
B1MPS0\ - In lo. ing riloinory of Sidney Milton (Sill)
who departed this life nth December, 1011 aged 3« vear6 V.our memory is as green today as in the hour jon pafsed away Ber'
ELATTIRV. -K loiing tribute lo the memory of my
belo.ed wife and my dear mother, Margaret Slat
ter), v\ho departed tins ltle at her residence, 234 . Denton road lewisham, nceembcr 11, 1001
Rest In peace
I Inserted by her loung husband and daughter, J
»nd A Slattery.
6LATTH1V. -lu sad and loving memory of -ny dear
mother and our dear grandma. Margaret blaker} who departed tins life December 11 1001 RIP In tcrted by her loving diughter and son In law lucv and George .Hollingsworth, Margaret, and Fred
6H.TTP1H -In loin.g memory of our dear mother
apel grandmother, M irgircl Slatter, who departed I this hie at her residence 220 Donifon road, Lei
i (.ham, cn the Uth Decemlei, 1001 Inserted b> her
loving son and danehttri». la\y, lames and Uicc ' Slatt iv, and grandchildren, Margaret, James, Alice,
Thuniij and Frank Slatter.
ÇLATTI-RV, -In ml and loy ing memory of my dear
motbrr, Margaret Sl.ttcn who ¿«parted this life on December 11, 1011, at her residence Margaret y Cottage, Ocultan road, Dulwich Hill bad!) missed, I to memory eier^lear
' rtace, \»orfeel peace
Inserted by her lo. ing ddt.ghccr, Mr* Cilherine
¡WING -I» ever loving remembrance of my dear wife
Marj Emily Wing, who passed away at the Royal Trlnce Alfred Hospital Sydney, December 11, 1012
¡There Is one bond death cannot s»yer.
Lore's re.iicnihrai.ee, which lasts for ever. Inserted by her loi ion husband, Cecil Wing.
Mr. T. YOUNG and FAMILY desire to return THANKS
to their relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and tokens of sympathy In
their recent sad bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. GRAYCON wish lo THANK Nurse Traf
ford, Mrs. Land, and all kind friends for their kind s.vmpnthv in their sad bereavement.