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AINSWORTH. -Julv . at Wlotonon 00 antill street
Hirstville the wife of W liter S. Ainsworth-i son AKHURST.-June 18 1010 at Nur«e Heit, «is pr,
vate host dal lulliniev, Olfrcd street North Sidnev, to Mr an 1 Mr« O 0 Al) urst of «.loam Itho les avenue Nanuiburn-a soi
ALEXANDER.-June 9 at Milrasc. Tahlee street Bur
wood to Mr uni Maa. OVllliuil Alexander- a Uij,hter ( Marjorie 1 lorence)
ANDERSON.-June 27, at Mvinong Cnnbrcwk road,
lujte Bay, tie wife of Hobt O \ndtr-on-a son
BARNSLEY (nee Eva Phillips).-June 23 it ti cir r st
dence «t, B,rcl,"roic-reud Bal, in the wife of B C Bimsl y-a win (Benjamin St 11 cn)
BEAUMONT.-June 26 at Mayfair Invite Hospital
North Sydn.v the wife of L H Beaumont tam barra Urcenclhori e-a «on
BIDWILL (nee Emmie Packham).-June 16 l)lf nt
\V md«nr street 1 aldington, to Kel aid Mr«, J Bilvvcll-a dtughter
BOON.-June 28 1J1C at Nurse hidd s private bos
pltil Oi in_*c East the wife o! Thom h Hoon of Orange, N SAY-a daughter (Beatrice Honor) Both
BUCKLEY.-July 4, Ult> at Cooinda private bos
Util 00vTomlie road Neutral Lay the wife of VA Buckley, Guildford-a diughter
CICOGNANI (nee Bertha Peters).-July 4 at Nurse
Hendersons private hospital. Hit yatla Newland sttvet OAavcrliy the wil of O Cicogiuiu, oí 1 orter street, 0\ ay erl y-a daughter
CLARK.-June 25 at Littlebourne P irk road I! le-
tt ood, the wife of the Itcv C IL Vi Clark-a dough
COHEN (nee K. Piper).-June 23, at Windsor-road,
Riverstone, the wife of M. M. Cohen-a son (Moss Albert).
COOKE.-June 28, to Mr and Mrs. B M Cooke, Si
1 arrainitta road Summer Hill-a daughter
COLEMAN (nee Hilda Creese).-July 4 at the residence
of her aunt Mrs Pearce 1 almouth Kurland late of Leichhardt bydney, the wife of 1 red Coleman It N , of 11 M S Princess Royal, of a son (By cable ) CROOK.-June 22 at N a*«o Hillman'« private hospital,
Norma, h roser r».t MayrickviUe, to Mr and Miss Walter Crook, 1 ler-l am road-a son (Norman Bar
DAVIDSON -July 4, 1010, at Cooinda private« líos
PitaL Wycombe-roal Neutral Bay, to W Graham Davidson und lus wife, Nellie-a son
DEANS.-May 16 1916, at Nurse Mason « The Towen*
Arncliffe, to Key A Deans and Mrs. Deans-a daughter
DEEM.-July 5, at Nurse Henderson s private hos
pltal Hiawatha, Neuland street Hamley, tile wife of A \ Deem, of Kiora, O Brien street, Bondi i daughter <H Itfli EDMUNDS.-July 3 at Hinton Anderson street, Chats
wood to Mr and Mrs W II Edmunds-a son (Thomas Youll)
ELPHINSTONE.-June 22, it Banff, 31 Prospect road.
Summer Hill, to lu- and Mrs H G Llphlnstonc-»
FERRIS.-June 30 at 00 Fothoringham-street, Mar , nckyillc, the wife of Marnmt-ofllcer Norbert rcms
GARDNER.-June 28 at Nurse IHllman s private hos-
pital, Norma, 1 raser street, Marrickville to Mr and Mrs. Charles Gardner, lUmiKlcn road Drummoyne
GOULD -June 17, at Short-street, Tast Maitland, the
wife «111 1 Gould-a son
GREAVES.-June 27, 1810, at Cooinda private ho»
pi tal Wycombc-road, Neutral Bay tho wife of ".rtour U Greaves-a son (Arthur nugh Pearpoint) GURNEY.-July 5 1010 at Cooinda pnvate hos
pitaL Wvcoinbe-roïd Ncntril Bay, to Mr and Mrs Vv B Gurney-a daughter
HAMBLER.-July 5, to Mr and Mrs. W J Humbler.
Corslialton-street, Croydon-a daughter
HEFFERNAN -June 29, 1916 at Cooinda private hos-
pital Wycombe-road Neutral Bay, the wife of Joseph Heffernan, on active service, 21 Bardwell road, Mosman-a eon (Terence Joseph).
HEYNER.-July 3, ot Heirn ,t 1 ableo street Burwood
to Mr and Mrs, Trank V, E. Heyncr-a daughter (both well)
HILL.-June 2, at Grasmere Belmore-road Coogee
the wife of Lieutenant Gerald 4. Hill R.A.N -a
HOLDAWAY -July 6, 1010 at St Lawence private
hospital Rose-street Chatswood, to Mr and Mrs. F li Holdawatf, Navarre, 1 ¡ndlay avenue, Chatswood a daughter
HYNE.-July 1, nt Wyoming, C2 I pper Pitt street,
North bv Ince, to Mr and Mrs. Hyne-a daughter (lajeen Merle)
LEAVERS (nee Clare Barnsley).-June 28 at Nurse
00 lisons private hospital Burwood to Mr and Mrs R " Leavers-a son (Tamea Barnsley)
LESNIE.-June 30 at Ba'fotu ro-d Rose Bay, to Mr
and Mrs. Lesnie-a daughter (Irene Ellen)
LETTON -June 22, at their res lence, Coolong road
Vaucluse to Mr and Mrs Norman b Letton-n dinghter (Marjorie)
LONGHURST.—June 20, at Nurse Hillman's private
hospital. Norma, Fraser street Marrickville, to Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Lonehurst Trafalgar-street, Annan- dale—a son (Mervyn Lebbeus).
MACPHERSON.—July 3, at Windermere, William-
street Granville, to Mr. and Mrs .W. J. Macpherson
MANNIX.-July 4, at I dgecliffe Carter street Rand
wick to Mr »nd Mrs. P J Mannlx-a daughter
MARTIN -June 13 it Hindsworth, Summer lilli, the
wife of Charles Gilbert Martin-a ron
MAYNE.-June 11, at Randwicl, the wife of rrivate
It O M lyne (on aUave service)-a son (Hw ja Oswald
MINCHIN TON (nee Rose Collins) -June 9 1910, nt
Nur«« Munro's priiato hospital, Johnston street, An ?iandale the wile of A G Minchinton-a daughter
MULLIGAN (nee Rose Fallon)-June 8 1916, at
Nurse Moore's private hospital, Armidale, to Mr and Mrs. Reginald D Mulligan, Rockleigh, Guyra a daughter (Kathleen Mary).
NEILSON -June 10 at Uassage, Tennyson avenue,
Turramurra to Mr and Mrs George Neilson-a daughter (Beatrice llizabcth)
O'CONNELL.-June 20 3j3fl at AcklinJ«. Hotel, Queen
street, Woollahra, the wife of Thomas O Connell a daughter
O'REILLY.-June 29, 3010, at Bega, to Dr and Mrs.
Merrick O Uoillj-a roi
ORCHARD (nee Bertha Roberts).-June 28 3030, at
her parents' residence 182 1 varcs-street, 3to7elle, the tufo of George William Orchard, of Newcastle -a son (John William)
PERROT.-July 7 1010 nt CooincU private hospital Wycombe road, jNeutral Bj), the wife of F O Per rot, ou a~tiic service-a, »laughter
PLOMLEY.-June 28, at Ocean «trcct, Woollahra, the
wife of M. J Ploodet M B , Cb M , of a sou
PROCTOR-June 30, 1916, at Cooinda private hos-
pital, Wycombe-road, Neutral Bay, the wife of Mar- tin Barrett Proctor, Cameron-avenue, Artarmon-
POTIPHAR (nee Ella Spring).-July 5 at Hazeldene,
Rcnwick street, Drummovne, tlie wife of Driter A W Potiplur 30th Batt , A Company (on active service)-a daughter (Lllinor Ma) Flea)
ßVNG-June J3, at JNursc Henderson's private bos
pital lLatvatha, .Newland street, Waverley, the wife of T R)ng, of Paddington-a daughter
SCHWARZEL.-June 19, UJ10 at her mother's residence
W ollongong road AmclilTi, to Mr aid Mrs A J fcchw-irzel-a son (Arthur Gregory)
SHERACK.-July 4, at Isursc Greaves' private hospital.
Aldershot London street. Campsie, the wife of K J Sherack, Lucille, Clissold runde Campsie-a son. SMEDLEY.-June 28, at Nurse Gmlford's private hos
pital Balmain to Mr and Mrs. W Sincdli)-a Bon (Laurence William Motor)
SMITH.-June 11 1916, at Nurse Dclmego s privMo hos
pital, The Gum ali, Alt street Ashfield the wife ol Percv O Smith, Irjmplc, Manson road, Stratu-eld -a. daughter (E&tclle Mar) )
SPENCE.-June 29 at Ruierira Edward street W11
loughby, the wife of W S Spence-a son (Maxwell
STAPLEDON.-June 13, Jt Renfrew-, Iredale avenue,
Cremorne, to Mr and Mrs. Norman C St-plcdon
TETLEY.-June 21, 1010, at Itallowetm, Eighth avenue.
Campsie, the wife of Halph T Tetley-a ton (Still
TINSLEY -June 22 1910 at Conrilla Douglas street.
Stanmore the wife of Rev C J Tinsley-a son (Allan Spurgeon)
TURK -June 21, at 2 Sutherland avenue. Paddington,
Hie wife of Sapper Wilbam Turi«, (on acute servi el of a son treville Quinn Anzac)
WALTERS.-July 5, 1010, at 4!U Dowling street Moore
Tark, the wife of Bertram Waitera-twin sons (Bert ram, and Motor Rees)
WARBY.-----June 16, 1916, to Mr. and Mrs. H A Warby,
Carlos street, Artarmon---a son (John Alfred)
WHITBREAD.-June 29, at Cipps street, Drummoyne,
Hie wife of T. L Whitbread-a daughter (Fh)llu
WILLIS.-July 4 at 'Nurse Greaves private hospital,
Aldershot, London street, Oimpsie, to Mr and Mrs
I) W illiß Canterbury-a son
WILSON.-July 7, at \urse Henderson's private hos
pital, Unwatha, .Newland street, llatcrley, the wife of L Wilson, of Goulburn-a son.
YELLAND (nee Chriss McNulty).-June 18 at Nurse
V 1 helps pntate hospital Cairne! lull .Quinton road. Manly to Mr an 1 Mrs W S Yelliiid ol McMJibon 9 Foint, Sidney-a daughter (M. -y June
ABBOTT-TAYLOR.-June 24 Ula at St Stephen's
Church of laigland Newtown by the Ret C C Thort. Alexander Hcnrj, eldest sou of Mr and Mrs G Abbott, of Itewtown to Once I lilian eldest daughter of Mr. A O und the late Mrs Ta) lor, of
BEVERIDGE-RICHARDS.-June 3 3910 at the Mctho
dist Church, Burwood bt Ret A Uollida), HA, SJj B Corpora) Irthur Robert McOngor A M C , -oungesi son of Mr aim Mr», W Bet endue I rim, toMiVitrtce loan third daughter of Mr an I Mrs W
BLUNDELL—PECK.—June 14, 1916, at St. James'
Church, Kurrajong Heights, by the Rev. A. B. King,
rector, Hannah Elizabeth, sixth daughter of the late Henry and Mrs. Peck, of Mountain View, to George Manning, third son of the late Charles and
Mrs. Cecilia Blundell, of Colo.
BRAIN-FULLER.- September 25, 101» at St. Jude a
Church of Pugi md, Dural by the Ret J W Rob rnt Arthur Ccorco tounguit sou of the late Mr and Mrs Uram of Wales to Once Dorotlit second .Imghtcr of Mr and Mrs r P luller Wcndotcr
BRAMWELL-TRIGGS.-May 20 3010 at St Paul of the
Cro«s Church Dulwich Hill bt the Rev 1 alla- itai dru Clarence Herbert onlv son of Mr and Mr llaroli Bramwell of Leura, Marricktllle to lei
Eleanor, tnl) aaucjiter of Mr and Mr« Sidney Trigg Claremont Dulwich Hill
BREMNER-McPHEE.-June 24 3910 at St Stephens
( burch I lilllip street, Sjdnct, b» the Rev lohn i tiruMon Al Minni Bremner, son of James Bremner I Tirrill Scotland to «M 1 (Bei, le) Mci hi e on!)
dauchter of the lale lohn Petrie -Iel bec Melbourne,
COWELL-VALE.-April 29 at St Johns Church of
I n.l-ind, Balmain North b) Ret GIB Minmng as isted by llet W J Cilibreid Bl Richirl II n.lis eldest son of Mr md Mrs R II Cowell ( ipi «street rtiliiniin, to Don-, Isabel «ccond dingh ter of Mr md Mr 1 II Isle Shirk i I it/rot «tenue Kilmain It 1 oi io lledne-sliy and llilirs dat, the 3_Hi and 31th w«t after mon
CRAWFORD-THOMSON.-June 15 at St Stephen n
Church, Newtown ht the Ret C C Short IjniLS c-ldcst son of the late Willum Crmforl of Manches 1er LiiLlind to Blanch I cn lieu n onlt dini.li 1er of the lite llr and Mrs lelii i Thomson Ro k
DAND-SAWLE.-May 16 1J1'», at All Saints Church,
Nrhon N/ b» the Rev 1 Bçi-ir George li nrv, ?» o mgi st sou of Mr C Duid of Se rboroucji NSW to Ilennittl Cilheniie touilgeet d iui,hter of Mis C Sattle of llujle lostcr«(-eet Ride
MORREN-PORTER.-At listlKiirne » i Irew «tree t
f lotcllt, June 1" lames Elton son of J S Morrcn, Haverie), to Ethel, second daughter of E Q Por y Ui, Clot elly« __._
DREIS-EMERY.-May 20, at the rodents of the
1 ride s mother by Mr Lindley Gordon lacob (Tack) Dreis Hornsby, becond san of Mr and Mrs J Drus Hornsby, to xnnn Lucille only daughter of the late 1 I Imery, of Olnngantta OietorU, and Flizabcth Kmery lunetion road Hornsby
FITZPATRICK-ROBERTS.-June 28 »t St Matthiw
I iddingtoi I y tin Rev b G 1 iel Ung Private Fugenc litzpitnek (Tri ii Bay) youngest son oi Mr and Mr* «. T INtzpatntk Wooli thro, to Doro thy t. cond di i"htcr oi Mr and Mrs H 1-. Robert ,
Bon li 1 mctioii
FLETCHER-ROSS.-June 23, at St stephen a 1 Inllip
strect sltliei the Hey Jtlui Fen, Lson oil el Hine Donill lleteher Jnr Crochdttiti'.l, MululillJ
Vueensland to Miry C1-«.hi lui Rocs Uhr dauglittr of Dr and Mn, Chuliolu, Roas Bulola North Sv dnev
HAWTHORNE-CUMBERS.-June 20 it Lcc-dervillc
I crtit, (VA K.) it (.nuki se oi I son of Mr mel Mn, lames H ivy thurat of Kelti lnrdt to Fthi), only da it,htcr i f the late Mr and Mrs Thom.« C ember« of Uford London
HUGHES-FLEMING.-June 17 at bt Peters Prexuv
Unan Church \ 1, bv I! v V 1 OOade lIioin.es It only son of tie ljte 1 horn ia Ilu"lit- editor of Gwalla Males to Jt sic McKie youngest daughter of Mrs 0\ 1) ming Bank street North Svdney
KEITH-REDFERN.-June 17, it SL Philip s, Church
lull Sydney bv canon Bellingham M. V., Andrew Math, of Morundah, Blackall queensland to H. 1
J (Millie) only daughter of Herbert ltedfcm, ot Svdm y
McCANN-MAHONY. -May 17, 1916, at Sacred Heirt
Church Darlinghurst by the Reverend Monsignor
O ll\ri, Margiict Ellen Mahony, only daugiitcr of Patnek and Mary Ann Mahony, to Charles McCann second eldest soi of James McCann, of Redfern, and Mrs M Clement», of Fhilders street, Moore Park.
MARSDEN- BUTTSWORTH-June 10, at All Saints,
Parramatta, by the Rev T Hillhouse Taylor, Thomas George, son of the late A. S. and Mrs Marsden of Iota, Hunter street, Parramatta, to Ada May (Nurse), daughter of the late James R. and Mrs. Buttsworth, of Wilberforce.
MOOD-THOMPSON.-June 7, at St. lohn'« Church,
Darlinghurst, John youngest son of the late Thomas T Mood, to Clarice, the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs OV J Thompson Rozelle, la». of Bathurst, the Itcv Conon Beck olllciatlng
OEDING-McGOVERN.- May 29 at St. James' Church,
Glebe, Sydney, by the Right Rev. Monsignor Coonan, P.P., V.G., John Robert, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Oeding, of Corowa, N.S.W., to Cather- ine, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. McGovern, of 2 John street, Glebe, Sydney.
PARKES-BARTON.-May 31, at All Saints' Church,
Hunters Hill, by the Rev. Edward Owen, Claude Jardine, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jardine Parkes, Longueville, to Edna, youngest daughter of late Edward H. Barton, Dubbo, and Mrs. E. H. Bar ton, Hunter's Hill.
PILE-MANKS.-May 27, 1910, at Methodist Church,
Auburn, by the Rev Victor T Smith, John Hinan!, youngest «on of Mr a L. W and the late Mrs Pile of Cliallaeonibc, V, atcr street, Lidcombe, to Dorl« Evelyn, eldest daughter of Mr nnd Mrs \\ Monks, of Bristol, Dartbrook rood, Auburn
RENWICK-BEACH.-June 3, 1910, at Congrcgitlonil
Church, Pitt street, bv Rev N J Cocks Albert Id wanl, youngest son of Mr and Mrs G Kenwick, Coronation avenue. Petersham, to Ihzabcth Olive, second eldest daughter of Mr and Mr«. Frank Beach, Woy l\oy
RICHARDS-PARKER.-June 24, 1016 at St xn
drew's Cathedral, by the Rev K II Clark Tom II
Richards (Sydney), to '.lite Clira Porker fourth daughter of "ft F Parker, Ksq, of Brooklands,
ROUGVIE-REEPE.-June 22 1916, at the bride's
parents' residence by the Rev. R. H. Waugh, MA., John Grant Rougvie late chief officer of H M A T A 48, only son of Malcolm Morrison Rougvie, Edin- burgh, and grandson of the late John McDonald Rougvie, of Greenock, to Lilian Alice, eldest daugh- ter of Geo. Reepe, of Leander, Spencer street, Neu- tral Bay.
SALT-McLAUGHLIN.-May 20, 10l0, nt Oin- Lady of
Dolours Church Greenwich, bv the "llev lather Shenn, William eldest non of Mr and Mrs. I- Salt, of lv.in.sor, to Man only daughter of Mr and Mrs McLaughlin Greenwich
SCRUTTON-BRAUND-June 3, 1910, at St Andrew's
Roseville by Rev L. J. McDonald, Robert Le Neve, elder son of Mr. and Mrs R. L. Scrutton, Wah roonga to Edith Mary, third daughter of the late Frederick Braund, of Armidale
SEARLE-HALLAM.-June 17, 1010 at St John's
Church, Darlinghurst, by Itcv Conon L C Beck, Private Arthur J Searle, fourth «on of Fredk Searle Market street. Randwick, to Stell t, daugh ter of rredk. Hallam, of Major-street, Coogee
SMITH-WAINWRIGHT.-June 10, at Stanmore, bv
the Rev C J Tinsley William John, second i n of Mr anti Mrs lohn Smith Oakburn, Kdinbiir.h road MorrieltvHie to Gtrtmdc Ktliel, youngest daughter of Mr Ceorgc Mumu right and the litt Mrs Moimi neill, lee Mouut, Goodsell street, New
TAVENER-GLEESON.-May 27. at St Mary's, Con
cord, by the llev I itlmr Tansey, Leslie Henry el
dest son of the late 1 Tay euer of Redfern, to Mary Josephine youngest daughltr of Mr tend Mrs D Gleeson, of Burwood
TAYLOR-FALLOVER.-June 19, 191G, at St John's,
Ashfield, bv Hey Innes Cash, Itlvvin Svdnev, eldest son of Mr and Mu A Taylor, Uabertlcli to Isobel third daughter of the late G 1 allot el and Mrs Fallover, \shficld
WEBB - THOMPSON. - June 6, 1916, at St. Phillp's
Church Hill, by Rev. Canon Bellingham, M.A., James Clarence Edgeworth, second son of E. T. Webb, Littlebourne, Bathurst, to Eleanor Olga, eldest daughter of W. Mann Thompson, Narrewin, Ton- garra.
BATGER—DONALD.—July 8, 1891, at the residence of
the bride's parents, Pleasant View-terrace, Harris- street, Pyrmont, by the Rev. A. B. Patterson, Wil-
liam Brace, eldest son of Thos. Batger, late of Bishopgate, South London, to Eliza Isabel, eldest daughter of Captain Robert Blair Donald. Present address, Uralla, N.S.W.
CONSTABLE-COWAN-July 8, 1891, at Scots Church
by Dr Dill Maeky lohn second «on of lohn Con- stable, of Moruya to lizzie eldest daughter of Robert Cowin, Clebe Present address, Clevedon, Homer btreet, Undercliffe
McINDOE-CHITTEM.-April 21, 1886, at 214 Bourke
etreet, Darlinghurst, ty the Rev J 1 aulds llcnder-on John Mclndoc, late of Newcastle N S IT , to Agnes line Chittem, of Hobart, Tasmtnta Present ad dress, Broulee, 88 Henry street, "elchhinU
STRAUBEL-HORNER-July 8, 1891, at St Matthias a
Church, Paddington, Sydney by the Rev Zachary Barry LI D , Ernst Bemhard Felix Straubel, eldest son of the late Christoph Rudolph Bernhard Straubel CE of Richmond Victoria to Caroline eldest daughter of Edwin Horner, of Bathurst, N S W
ROLL OF HONOUR.
AIKEN.-In fond and proud remembrance of, our dear
Mend, Private II. Aiken, died of wounds in France.
May 20, 3010.
Sadly we are thinking
Of n soldier friend brave,
Who died for' the cause of freedom,
And rests in a hero's grave.
Inserted by Ida friends, May and Flo.
ARMSTRONG.-Died at Bca on transport on his wav to
the front to answer the call of duty. Private Roi Armstrong, youngest son ot A- B. Annstrong, Ten- terden, Lane Cove-road. North Sydney. Fondly and unforgctably loved. His sun »tent down while it
waa yet day.
BLACKLER.-Killed in action In France, Ptc. J. 0.
Blneklcr (Jack), aged .23. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Wackier and Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Blacklcr, Jun" Mr. and Mrs. Watson, aud DLxie.
BLACKLER,-In loving uiemorv of John ("Jack")
Blacklcr, killed in action. Cabled from France, July 7, ' 1910. Inserted by his frieDds, Mr. and Mrs. T.
CAMPLING.-Killed In action in France, June 34,
1010, Lieut. A. E. Campling, dearly lot ed- husband of M. E. Campling, ami father of George (now on active service), Wilfrid, Nellie, and Daisy.
DAVIS.-Privat« R. J. (Reg.) Davis, dearly beloved son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, 144 Wilson-street, Redfern, died ol wounds June 10, in France.
Beg. nobly answered his country's call.
He gave Ids best, his life, his all.-R.LP.
Inserted by lils sorrowing mother, sisters, brothers.
DAVIS.-Private R. J. (Reg.) Davis, dearly beloved
friend of Marie Lonergan, Pine-street, Newtown, died of wounds June 10, in France.
Reg. fell «hero in the deadly strife,
For King UBI country ho laid down hu life.-R-LP. Inserted by ills sorrowing friend, Marie.
DAVIS.-Private .R. J. (Reg.) Davis, died of wounds
Juno 10, lu France, dearly beloved friend of Mr. mid Mrs. F. A. and E. Windsor, and comrade of Signaller George Windsor and Gunner Fred. Bailey.
DUFFIN.-Killed in action at Hill CO, August 27,
1915 (previously reported missing), Private Ben Duflln, 18th Battalion, aged 22 years, j oungcr son ol Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Duflln, lit William-street, Sydney. "No greater love bath any man than that he lay down
hie life for his friends."
DUNBAR.-In lo»_ig memory of our dear son, Tom
3'ark Dunbar, killed in action at the Da-daneUcs,' July 7, 191J. ^ "
Time may pass, .but memory lingers.
Inserted by his loving lather and mother, A. G.
and M. Dunbar. -~ .
DUNBAR.-In loving memory of our dear brother,
Tom Park Dunbar, killed in action at the Darda- nelles, July 7,1910. Inserted by his lovimr ii «1er nnd brothers, Maggie, Andrew, David, and William Dun-
FOSTER -In loving memory of our dear friend and
my mate. Francis Joseph (Butter) Foster, who died from wounds received in action in France on June 16. Inserted by his loving friends, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Coleman, and family, of Pyrmont.
GOUGH.-In'memory of Sapper J. Gough, Ist Field
Company Engineers, killed in action at Gallipoli, July 8, 1010. Inserted by his comrade and friend, Corporal N. Masters (Engineer»).
GOUGH.-In ' loving memory of our dearly loved son
and brother, Corporal J. J. Gough (Jack), of the 1st Field Company Engineers, killed in action at Gallipoli, on July 9, 1015, aged 20 years.
He was the sunshine of our lite. ' Proudly but deeply mourned.
Inserted by his loving and sorrowing mother, sister, and brother, Ida and George, of llivcrs-strect, Belle
GOUGH.-In loving memory of Corporal J. J. Gough
(Jack), lut Field Company Engineers, killed in action at Gallipoli, on July 9, 3015, aged 20 years.
One ol the best that God could send,
A true dear son and a faithful friend.
Inherteel by his sorrowing Mend, Beattie Watson.
GOUGH.-In loving memory of Corporal Jack Gough,
killed in action at Gallipoli. July 9, 1915. Inserted by his friends, Ellie and Ray Evana, and Mrs. J.
GOUGH.-A tribute of affectionate remembrance to
the memory of Corporal J. J. Gough (Jack), 1st Field Company Engineers (late Bent-street, Pad- dington), killed in action at Gallipoli, Julv n, lfliä.
Ile bad fought as a brave man long nnd" well, Strewn the ground with Moslem slain.
For God ond his native land.
Mourned for by lils "Incore old friends, Ivy, Fraser Harrison, and Aunts. -
HORTON.-In fond and proud remembrance nf our
dear fricnii, Private II. E. Horton, killed in action In
France, May 27, 1010.
Away in a foreign hind, ,
Beneath'a lonely sod, Lies a hero brave,
Resting in peace with God.
Inserted by lils friends, Flo and May
HORTON.-In fond memory of our late friend, n. E.
Horton (Harry), killed in action in France on his
birtlidiy, May 27.
He died as be lived, nnhly.
Iii* was our friend- what need for word«.
Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. _ E. Sharp, Bombdr. On« Sharp (on active service in France), and Sir. and Mrs. A. O. Joyce (nee Hiihy Slurp), Petersham, late
oí Wentworth, Falls.
McKAY.-In fond memory of Private W. L. McKay,
killed in action at the Dardanelles July 5, 1915. Inserted by his comrade, J. A. Mills (on active ser- vice).
ROLL OF HONOUR.
POTTS.-Ftivatc V. M. Pott.«, kUlcd in action June
IS, in Pwtincc. Inserted hy his loving mother.
POUNTNEY.-In loving memory of Private !.. R.
Pountiicy, 5th L.H., fatally wonndcd at Gallipoli, June 2S, died July S, 1010, aged 20 years.
STIRLING. - In loving memory of Lance-corporal Vic-
tor William Stirling, who gave his life for his coun- try in France on May 5, 1916, aged 23 years, third son of R and E Stirling, and brother of Leah and Constance. Dearly loved and sadly mourned. A noble young life ended.
STIRLING. - Killed in action in France, May- 5, 1918,
Lance-corporal Victor William Stirling, dearly loved brother of Clarence Stirling, Ernest Stirling, and Muriel and William Stirling. He rose responsive to his country's call, and he gave her his life, his best, his all.
STIRLING. - Killed In action in France May 6, 1910.
Lance-corporal, Victor William Stirling, loved nephew of Mr W O Richards, Roscrae Avenue, Randwick, and of Mr and Mrs Richards, Camden Street, New- town. He gave his life for his country.
WHEELER.-Died May 10, 3010, in East Africa, Lance
corporal Eugene OVheeler, Olli South African Infantry, lute of 2nd Batt. Hoya) Berks Hcgimcnt, Transvaal Police, 3rd Manchester Regiment, Bandmaster Kifra rarian Rifles, beloved nephew of F. 11. and G. li. Dadtl, inspector N.S.0V. Fire Brigades. Home papers please copy.
WILLIAMSON.-At No. 4 A.O.H., Randwick, July 3.
Q.M.-Sgt, W. Wallace, tiled of nephritis, aged 40. lteturncd Hospital Ship May- 14, 1016. Inserted by lils loving wife and family, Kirkcaldy, Lcntball street, Kensington.
ABBOTT.-July 7, 1916, after a short illness, Robert
Abbott, late of Blackheath and Parramatta, and eld- est son of the late Robert and Mary Abbott, aged 66 years.
ASHE.-July 4, at Leura, Nora, daughter of the late
Frederick and Blanche Ashe (of Manchester, Eng- land), and dearly loved friend of Ada and Trixie Hall and Vera Richards (of Sydney), aged 29.
BOYD.-July 7, 1916, at his parents' residence, 9
Belgrave-street, Waverley, George Charles Anderson Boyd, dearly-loved son of Charles Ernest and Susan Ellen Boyd, aged 26 years.
CRAWFORD.-July 7, at Salopia, Bowral, Patricia
Mary, dearly beloved daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Crawford, aged two years and 10 months.
DU BARRY.-At her residence, Colwyn, Norton-street,
Manly (suddenly, of heart failure), S. A. Du Harry, aged 62 years, dearly beloved wife of G. Du Barry, and mother of Ada Vowles, Amy Sparkes, and Wal- ter Armstrong.
FITZPATRICK.-July 7, at her residence, Wentworth-
ville, Elizabeth, third daughter of the late C. Fitzpatrick, Goulburn. R.I.P.
HODKIN.–June 6, Mary Jane, beloved wife of late
Henzer Hodkin, of Minto, age 64 years. At rest.
HURLEY.-July 6, at the Lewisham Private Hospital, Margaret Hurley, late of Hurleyville, Cootamundra, second daughter of the late John Huxley, of Campbell-
LEONARD.-July 7, 1916, at his residence, Morgan-
ville, Bishop-avenue, Randwick, Walter Leonard, aged 34 years.
LOVE.-July 7, 1916, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Dar-
linghurst, Robert Love, in his 26th year. R.I.P.
McDOWELL.-June 30, 1916, John McDowell, late of
Drummoyne, formerly of Cowra, aged 66 years. In- terred Field of Mars.
MACBETH.-June 30, 1916, at his residence, Harden-
avenue, Northbridge, Tasman Macbeth, only surviv- ing son of the late Benjamin Macbeth, boatbuilder, aged 44 years. Beloved brother of Mrs. Thos. H. Duffin, 114 William-street, Sydney.
MANNING.-July 7, 1916, at Second-avenue, Hyde
Park, Lidcombe, Daniel, dearly beloved husband of Margaret Manning, aged 56 years, R.I.P.
NAILON.-July 7, 1916, at his daughter's residence, 78
Phillip-street, Alexandria, John Nailon, aged 61 years. R.I.P.
PEARCE.-July 7, at Nirvana, 2 Smith-street, Manly,
Arthur Holt Evennett, dearly beloved infant son of Arthur and Millie Pearce, age 2 months.
ROBISON.-.July 5, 1916, at private hospital,William Carr Robison, late of Wivenhoe, Warrawee, Beau-
fort Court, Darlinghurst, youngest son of the late Mr. Hugh Robison, Director of Charities.
ROGERS. - July 7, 1916, at South Sydney Women's
Hospital, Zetland, Harriet Rogers, dearly loved sister of William Jennings, of Elizabeth-street, Zetland, aged 59 years.
SALMON.-July 3, at Gower-street, Summer Hill,
"Grannie," aged 91 years. At rest.
SAMPSON.-May 6, 1916, at Bayswater, London,
England, Julia, only daughter of the late Rev. H. Sampson, LL.B., formerly rector of High Holston, Kent, aged 89 years, sister of Charles Sampson, New-
SAY.-July 5, at Burrowa Hospital, Thomas Say, be-
loved husband of Mrs. Say, matron, aged 63 years. SHEPPARD.-July 2, 1916, at her residence, 44 Foster-
street, city, Julia Sheppard, relict of the late John Sheppard, aged 82 years. At rest.
WILSON.-July 7, 1916, at a private hospital, John
Charles Wilson, dearly beloved husband of Frances E. Wilson, of 109 Glebe road, Glebe; and son of Emma, and the late Thomas Wilson, of Queanbeyan, aged 51 years. At rest.
ABSALOM.-In ead but loting memory of my dear
husband and our father, li, W, Absalom, who de- parted this life July 8, Mil, aged 20.
It's not tin- tears at the moment shed.
That tell how beloved the soul that's Heil.
'Tis tile silent tears through long daj-s wept. And fond remembrance ever kept.
Dearly lovell, deeply mourned by bia loving -ile. Mar)' and little children, Peggy and Billy.
ABSALOM.-hi ever loving memory ol our eUaV brother. Henry William, who died July 8, 1914.
Gone, but not forgotten.
Inserted by bis sister and brother-in-lat-i, Mrs. and
Mr. A. J. Moore.
ABSALOM.-In ever loving memory of ray dear brother,
Henry William, who ched July 8, 3934.
Sadly missed. Inserted by Nell. ,
ABSALOM.-In lovintr memory of my dear brother
in-law, Henry Willi-m Absalom, who departed UiU
life July 8, 1814.
Sleep on, dear Will, jour trouble-, o'er; Thy loving hands shall toll no more.
Inserted by his» loving sister-in-law, Lamie.
ALLBUTT.-In loving memory ot my dear husband and
father, Harry Allbutt, who departed this life July 8, 1910. Inserted by his loving wife and children, also daughter-in-law, and grandchild.
BAINES (WOODS).-In loting memory of our dear
aunt, Emily Frances Baines, wbn died July 8, 1915,
llotvctcr long my life ti-y be,
Whatever land 'I view;
Wiiateter joy or grief be mine.
Till ilcmli I'll think of yon.
lnnerted by her loving niece and nephew. Nell and Will; great nieces. Elsie and Linda Costea.
BAKER,-In sad but loting remembrance of our
dearly-loved daughter and sister, Irene Mary (Rene) Braithwaite, died July S, 1910, aged 24 years.
Sweet .Jesus, hate mercy upon her soul.
Inserted by her loving lather, mother, sisters Laura, May, Hilda, and brother Will.
BAMFIELD.-In sad but loving memory of our beloved
mother, Janet Dillie Barnfield, who pressed peacefully away at her residence, 70 Hobnwood-street, Newtown,
July 9, 1914.
Sleep on beloved and take thy rcrt;
We loved thee well, but Jesus loved theo bust.
Inserted by her loving daughters and non, Mat-, Ida,
BERNAUER,-In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died at Auburn, July 8, 1904, aged 35 years.
They miss her most who loved her best.
Inserted by her loving daughters, Annie Kilpatrick,
and Daphne and Hilda Bernauer.
BERNAUER,-A tribute of love to the memory of
our dearly-loved daughter and sister, Al., who
died at Auburn July 8, 1904.
God took our loved one from home, but never
from our hearts.
Inserted by her parents, sisters, and brothers, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Richardson and family, Croydon-av.
BOOTH.-In sad but loving memory of our dear little
Bobbie, who passed away July 3, 1914, aged 16 months. Net cr forgotten my his loving parents and
BRADY".-In sad and loving memory of my dear wife
and our dear mother. Margaret Ellen, w'ho departed ibis life July 9, 1014. Inserted by her loving hus-
band and family.
CAMPTON.-In ever-loving memory of our dear mother,
Eliza .Campton, who departed this life July 7, 1913
Time may pass, but memory lingers
Around tile grate not far away.
Where we laid our darling mother,
Just three years ago to-day.
Inserted bv her loting son and daughter-in-law,
Albert and Beatie; also her son, Percy, now* «ni
COLLINS.-In loting remembrance of our dear father. William George Collins, who died July 8, 1915. At rest. Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in- law, Lily and Arthur; also little grandson, Willie. CROFT.-A tribute of everlasting love and memory
of our dear mother, Elizabeth Croft, who departed this life July 9, 1910. (Peace, perfect peace). In- serted by her lonely daughters, Katie and Ruby.
CROFT.-A tribute of everlasting love and memory
to our dear mother, Elizabeth Croft, who departed
this life July 9, 1910.
Though lost to sight to memory dear.
Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,
Lillian and Norman Sheppard.
CROFT.-In sad and loving memory of my dear
mother, Elizabeth Croft, who departed this life July 9, 1910; also our darling little baby. Rita May, whom Jesus called home July 3, 1916.
Six solemn years have now gone past
Since our great sorrow fell,
Still in our hearts we mourn the loss
Of the one we loved so well.
Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,
Minnie and George Davis.
CURRIE.-A tribute of love to the memory of my dear
mother, Agnes Currie, who passed away July 8, 3915. Inserted by her loting son and daughter-in law, Charlie and Nelllp Currie.
CURRIE.-In memory of my dear mother, who died
July 8, 3935. Inserted by her loting daughter and son-in-law, Florence and William llawkuhnw.
CURRIE.-In sad but loting memory of our dear
mother, Mrs. G. R. Currie, who departed tills life July 8, 3013, Inserted by her loting daughter and
eon-ln-law, Evelyn and Will Fr).
CURRIE.-In remembrance of my dear mother, Agnes
Currie., died July 8. 1015.
DOHERTY.-In sad but loving remembrance of my
dear husband and our father, Stephen James, who de- parted tills life July 8, 1915. Rest in peace. In- serted by lila loving wife and children.
DREW'1-TTE.-.I tribute of lote lo the memory of our
darling son and brother, Henry Thoinaa, who de- parted this life July 8, 1913, aged 11J itara.
Time may pass, but memory lingera
Around the grave not far away,
Where tte laid our darling Harry
Just flic jears ago to-day.
Inserted by his loting parent*, Captain and Mrs, J. Drettette; brothers, Jack, Donald, and Fred., now on active service; and sister, Mary.
DREWETTE.-A tribute of love to the memory of our
darling brother, Henry Thomas, who departed tills Hie Julv b, 1011, aged 11 years.
Short and sudden was the call Of him so dearly lot ed by nil.
Inserted by his loting sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. V, Buckingham, nephew and niece,
IjcMIc and Mavis.
DllKWI'TTE.-A tribute of love to the memory of my
dear nephew, who departed tills life July 8, 3811.
There is a link death i-.iiinot sever:
Loir's remembrance lust for eter.
Inserted by his loving uncle, J.i|nes Gould.
rAIIEY.-In loting memory of my dear husband and
our dear father, James Fahey, it ho departed this life July 9, 1009, at Ivy-street, Redfern. R.I.P. Inserted by Ins loting ttlfe and family, Victoria
FAHEY.-In loving and '«ad memory of our dear father
and grandfather, Jnmes'J. Fahey, who departed this life on July 0, 1WI R.I.P. Inserted bv hin Irm'ng son, wile, and children* James J. Falle), Annan-