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CAMPBELL, Killed in action, France, June 5, 1917,

AARON .--- June 17, at their residence, 84½ Botany-road,

Alexandria, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Aaron- a son (Edward), Both doing well.  

ANDERSEN (nee EIsie Brown).--June 21, at Nurse

Sturrocks' private hospital, Drynane, Park-parade, Bondi, to Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Andersen, Pomona, Carter-street, Waverley-a son.

BERNARD.--June 7, at Clarmont, Nurse Kerr"« pri-

vate hospital, Jlarrickville-road, Marrickville, tile wife of Thomas Bernard, Southport, Cambridge-street, Drummoyne-a son (Peter).

BISHOP.--June 14, at Coppingford, White-street, Tam-

worth, to Staff Surveyor and Mrs. E. J. H. Bishop

a son.  

BRAMBLE (nee Elsie Stevenson).---May 23, at Bean

mans, Helen-street, Mereavether, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bramble, Jun.-a son.

CARTER.---June 14, at Clarmont, Nurse Kerr's private

hospital, Marrickville road, Marrickville, the wife of Frederick Ernest Carter, Albert-street, Arncliffe a son (Frederick Mervyn).

CHRISTIE (nee Sumner).---May 27, at their residence,

'Mayville, Brandon avenue, Bankstown, the wife of John Colin Christie-a daughter (premature).

CLEMENGER (nee Irene Burns).-June 5, at Marrick-

ville, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Clemenger-a daughter  

(June ).

COMANS.---June 8, 1917, at Cooinda private hospital,

Wycombe-road, Neutral Bay, the wife of R. B. Comans, 2 Rosebery-street, Mosman-a daughter.

COPE.---June 30, at Nurse Frost's, private hospital, Rockdale, the wife of Cleve J. Cope-a son ( Ray- mond Frederick Bridge).

CRAIG -June 20, 1917, at Nurse Greenhalgh's private

hospital, Manilla, the wife of AV. T. R. Craig, Bank of New South Wales, Manilla, of a daughter.

CROFT (Doris A Greentree).---June 15, to Mr. and

Mrs. Ernest C. Croft, 19 Prince-street, Mosman--

a son.

DRYSDALE.---June 10, at her residence, Tiranna, Woo-

rigoleen-road, Toorak, Victoria, the wife of John Drysdale-a daughter.

ECKERSLEY.-June 0, 1917, at her residence, Isis

street. Wahroonga, the wife of Arthur E. L. Eckers- ley-a. «on (Arthur Gordon).

ELLIS.-June 8, at 11 Adelaide-street, Woollahra, to

Mr. and Mrs. M. Ellis-a daughter Ida Leah).

EVANS (C. A. Hempton).—June 20, 1917, at [Tong-

wana], Clarke-road, Hornsby, the wife of J. H. Evans, of Carthona, Walgett—a son (Norman Charles).

FARLEIGH. -Juno 5, at Durston, Belgium-avenue,

Roseville, to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Farleigh-a son.

GAWNE - (nee Florence McDonald).-May 28, at Nurse Bearmann'B hospital, Burlington-street, North Syd- ney, to Mr. and Mrs. ¡F. D. Gawne, of Mount Owen, Racensworth-a daughter (Cecil Ida).  

GOSPER--May 29, at St Lawrence private hospital.

Chatswood, to Mr. and Mrs.. J. Gosper- a son (Geoffrey James).

GROTH .-June 1, at Merissa, Mandelong-road. Mosman,

to Dr. and Mra. J. Albert Groth-a son.

HARDING - (nee Millie Barden)_June 19, at Wolmcr

private hospital, Marrickville, to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harding, oi Kelvin, Meeks-road, Marrickville-a son. HEALY .-June 12, at their residence, 134 Norton

street. Leichhardt, tile wife of E. J. Healy (nee -ellie Taylor)-a son (Edmond Alexander).

HINDER.-June 14, at Ashley, Market street. Rand wick, to Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hinder, of Mathalla, Queen-and-a daughter (Beryce Joan).

HODGES.-.Innc 8, to Mr. and. Mrs. TV. E. Hodges,

of Redbank, Greenethorpe-a son,

HOSKISSON.—June 8, 1917, at Aymer, Windsor-street,

Richmond, to Mr. and Mrs, S. H. Hoskisson—a son (Sidney James).

HOTSON.---June 10, 1917, the wife of James R. Hotson,

of Gunnedah, of a daughter (Joyce Muriel Prentice). JOHNSTON (nee Florrie Hollins).---June 17, to Mr.

snd Mrs. Alex. Johnston, Montreux, Lyon's-road, Drummoyne---a daughter (Mavis Dorothy). Both

well.

KERR.-May 12, at Buller-street, Sutherland, the wife

of Mr. E. A. Kerr-a son.

KIDD.-June IS, at Cairncy nill private hospital, to Mr. and .Mrs. E. W. Kidd, 48 Quinton-road, Manly a son.

KILLINGWORTH (Susie Hill).---April 2, 1917, at

Southern Portsmouth, England, to Mr. and Mrs. Seth Killingworth-a. daughter (Marie Jean).

LEE (Florist Larkin).-May 10, 1917, at Union-street,

Id.lcombe, to Mr. and Mrs. Allred Lee-a daughter ( Ivy Lilla Jean).

LONGWORTH.-June 20, at Cooinda private hospital,

Neutral Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Longworth, Borah, Garah-a son. ' ,

M'MANUS (nee narvey).-June li, at their'residence,

Mackenzie -street, Concord West, - Mr. and Mr M'Hugh M'Manus-a son (Keith John).

MENDELSOHN .-June 13, at Nurse Davycr"s private

hospital, Jersey-road, Paddington, to Mr. and Mr Arthur Mendelsohn-a son (David Berrol).

MORRISON.-Juno 8, 1917, at Cooinda private hospi-

tal, Wyooinbe-ror.d, Neutral Bay, the wife of E. H. Morrison, 7 Northcliff street, North Sydney-a son.

MOSELEY (Agnes Barwick ).-June 0, to Mr. and Mrs.

C. IL Moseley, of Lorraine, Porter-avenne, Marrick- ville-a daughter ( Phyllis ).

O'REILLY - May 31, 1917, the wilo of Don. A.

0'Reilly, Bladon, Rawson-street, Haberfield-a daugh- ter (Veronica Mary).

PAIN (Vera Lee).-May 22, at Western Lea, Chapel

street, Marrickville, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pain - a son (Harold Hadley).

PEATY.-At Buxton, Gladcsville-road, nuntcr's Hill,

the wife of F. A Peaty-a daughter (Olive Lilian). RICHARDS - (nee Costello).-June 6, 1917, at Duntroon

private hospital, _ Mr, and Mm T. A. Richards, of Parramatta-road, Petersham-a daughter (Jean).

ROWLES.-June 21, at a private hospital. Drum- moyne, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Rowles, of Sis t-»'-crescent-« son (stillborn).

SIM (nee Muriel D. Stubbin).-June 1, at Nurse Annie

Scott's private hospital, Melrose, Dulwich Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. S. W. H. Sim, Dundathu, Illawarra road, Marrickville-a daughter (Jean Valerie Scott). Queensland papers please copy.

STEELE.-June 4, to Mrs. G. Steele, wife of George

Steele, 40 Windsor-road, Summer Hill-a daughter (Gloria A Royal).

STEVENSON (nee Myee Wheatley).-Jtme 4. at Nur

O-efll'B private hospital. Chatswood, to Mr. and

Mrs. Douglas Stevenson, of Muttama-road, Artarmon a son (Ronald Douglas).

STEWART - (nee Nightingale).-June 15, at Nurse

Dwyer's private hospital. Chelsea, Jersey-road, Pad- dington, to Mr. and Mrs. li. Stewart, Brook-street, Coogee-a son.

STREET - (nee Clarice Bradford).-May 18, at John-

ston-street, Annandale, to Mr. and Mrs. K. Street -a son (Esbert Bradford).

SULLIVAN (Ada Bensley).-June 11, at 724 Parramatta  

road, Petersham, lo Mr. and Mm. J. Sullivan-a daughter (Frances Madeline).

SWAIN--Juno 19, at Glenyarrium, Hurstville, to Mr.

and Mrs. S. E. Swaine -_ son (stillborn).

TAPPER. — May 21, 1917, at 8 Llewellyn-street, Mar-

rickville, the wife of G. H. Tapper, J.P. — a daughter (Marie Madeline).  

TETLEY. — June 13, 1917, at Wellington, Victoria-

street, Marrickville, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Tetley — a daughter (Florence Edith).

WATSON. — June 17, 1917, at Emlyn, Nurse Evans,

Ashfield, to Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Watson, Bulunba, Junction-road — a son.

WILLIS. — June 15, 1917, at her mother's residence,

St. Austell, May-street, West Marrickville, to Mr.

and Mrs. Chas. Willis, of Nurstead, Northam-avenue Bankstown — a daughter (Lorna Marie).

MARRIAGES.

BRENNAN-^IOHNSON.-May 20, 1917, at Saint Augus-

tine's Church, -ilmain,< by Rea-. Father Italian, IM*., Charles, youngest son oi Mrs. Mary and the late William Brennan, Balmain, to Amy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William JuIiimu, Yeroulbiu, Bal Jasl l'uliit-roud, Ullin-li.

CHAPMAN-MCDONALD.-April 20, ian, at £_ Brig - ids' Church, Marricka Hie, by Rev. rather Coen, John

Thorburn, youugot "n of Mrs. M. J. Chapman, of Marrickville, lo Kathleen Myrtle, youngest daughter of ,1t. E. McDonald, of Marrickville.

CREER-HENTY.-June 15, at St- Jude's, Melbourne,

by the Rev. J. Good, Lieutenant Reginald O. Ferrers Creer, R.A.N., H.M.A.S., third son of the late Cap- tain Joseph Creer, Sydney, to Eulalie, only daughter of the Hon. R. G. Henty, M.L.C., and Mrs. Henty,

of Melbourne.

CROFT-PONTON.-May 19, by Rev. Alex. Simms,

H.A., Thomas James, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Croft, Beamish, Kingston, to Maud Henrietta, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A Ponton, of 23 Ocean-road, Manly (formerly of Moss Vale and Rich  

mond River).

DAVIS - CONNINGTON.-May 20, 1917, at St. Francis'

Church, by Rev. Father Wogun, Petty Officer-In- structor. S. M. Davis, of the H.M.A.S. Tingira, Rose Bay, to Essie, youngest daughter of the late W. F. and Mrs. K. Connington, of Paddington, Sydney.

LAMB—BOWMAN.—May 23, at St. Andrew's Presby-

terian Church, Parramatta, by the Right Rev. the Moderator, John Paterson, Helen, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Reginald Bowman, Archerfield, Sin-

gleton, and Parramatta, to Leslie A., son of the late   Walter Lamb, of Sydney.

REEVE-RYELAND,-May 19, 1917, at St Philip's,

Church-hill, by the Rev. Norman Cooke, Henry Francis Young, only son of the late William A. Y. Reeve and Mrs. Reeve, Ripley, North Sydney, to Hylda Mary, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ryeland, St. Aldwyn, Dulwich Hill.

ROBERTSON -FARNSWORTH.-At Waa-crlcy, by the

Rev. John Macau!ey, VM.A., younger non of the late William Robertson, lute of llunnlbo, Clarence River, said Mrs. Robertson, Waverley, to Edith, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Farnsworth, Croydon.

ROBSON-SHIRLEY.-June 2, 1917, at St. Thomas,

North Sydney, by the Rev. N. G. F. Cooke, Ralph Ed- ward Robson to Muriel, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Shirley, Te Aroba, Miller-street,

North Sydney.

STOREY--JOSEPHSON.-.lune 2, at Scots Church,

Church Hill, Sydney, by Rev. C. H. Talbot, Theo- dore Wentworth Storey, of Artesian Downs, Rich- mond, Queensland, third son of Mr. and Mrs. David Storey, of Randwick, to Eliza, younger daughter of Mt. and Mrs. M. F. Josephson, of Randwick.

STUBBIN -PEARCE.-May 23, 1917, at Holy Trinity

Church, Dulwich Hill, by the Rev. G. A. Chambers, Harold William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Stubbin, of Dulwich Hill, to Mary, only child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pearce, of Byron Bay (late of Belford).  

WAUGH-WATT.-May 12, 1017, lit Marrickville Pres-

byterian Church, bv Rev. Dr. J. Burgess, nss_tod by Rea-. A. E, Bates, ot Ashford, John, eldest son of Mm. Waugh, Trcsslder-avcnue. llubcr.ltld, Prcsby terian minister at Broken lilli, to Sophie, (Util daughter of Mrs. Watt und the late Robert AVatt,

of Grafton.

WOOD-HIGHTON.-Moy 25, at Christ Churclj SI.

Lnurcnce, by Rea-, C. M. Statham, Oliver Wood, to , Leonora Gertrude Righlon. _

GOLDEN WEDDINGS.  

FOWLER — WISEMAN. — At Collector, N.S.W., by the

Rev. Johnston, on June 24, 1867, James Alexan- der Fowler, second son of David Fowler, of Mill-   street, Aloa, Scotland, to Mary Ann, third daugh- ter of Edward Wiseman, late of Curruburama, Bland, N.S.W. Present address 22 Calder-road,

Redfern.  

DEATHS.

BANKS. — Orlando David Banks, dearly beloved husband

of Mary Ursula Banks, and dearly-loved and only son of Richard Jones and Mary Smith Banks, of Rush-

cutter Bay.  

BENNETT. — June 21, 1917, at the District Hospital,

Parramatta, Violet May, dearly beloved wife of Wil-

liam Bennett, aged 51 years.

BOGGETT. — June 17, 1917, at Mrs. Ludewig's resi-

dence, 184 Liverpool-street, Hyde Park, Richard Fearhy (Dick), late of Leicester, England, and eldest son of William and Alice Boggett, aged 33 years and 10 months, and dear friend of Mrs.

Ludewig.

BOWER. — June 21, Jacob, the beloved husband of Crace

Bower, of Bower-street, Bankstown. At rest.

DEATHS.

BROWN.-June 22, 1017, at her residence, 400 Riley

strcot, Surry Hills, Elizabeth, aged 62 years.

COHEN.-June 22, at 63 Womcrah-avenue, .Darling-

hurst, Deborah Cohen, beloved wife of M. A. Cohen, »ml mother of Lionel, Harry, Bert, Syd., Dave, nnd

Arthur. -

DEAN.-Juno 22, at her residence, Liletbell,

Queenscliff-road, Manly, Sophia, dearly-loved wife of Samuel Dean, aged 70 years.

DOLISON.-June 22 ,1917, at 38 Victoria-street, Dar-

linghurst, Alcides; beloved husband of Louisa Dolison.

EDWARDS (nee Shaw).-Jone 12, at Alfred Hospital,

Melbourne, "Victoria, Felecia Sarah, dearly beloved mother of Henry Alsted Edwards, of Sydney, and Idn Isabel. Gregg, of Chelsea, Victoria, relict of the late Thouin- Edwards, aged 75 years. At rest,

HALL.-Juno 22, 1917, at her residence, 41 Pacific

pnrade, Manly, Ellen, relict of the bite George HaR, of Balmain, aged 74 years. R.l.P.

HARRIS.-June 22. 1017, at Wcntworth-street, Parra-

matta South, Charlotte, dearly beloved wife of "William Harris, in her 75th year.

HILL -ijuno 20,1017, at the residence of her daughter,

Sfrs. It. C. Cole, Eglinton, 10 Fort-street, Peter- sham, Rosina Caroline, widow of the late Samuel Hill, of Mudgee, and dearly beloved mother of Mrs. 1!. O. Colo and Sir. Chas. W. Hill, of Bondi, in her S7lh year.

JOHNSTONE.-June 21, suddenly. Ronald James John-

stone, son of Mrs. H. M. Jones, Boori, Parramatta, and second son of the late Arthur B. Johnstone, licensed surveyor. Beloved by all.

LANE.-June 22, 3017, at her residence. Beulah, 3

Pariwa-road, Mosman, Marin, beloved wife of Francis

John Lane. R.l.P."

McINTYRE,-June 15, 1917, nt Sydney Hospital, Kitty

Mcintyre.

MACARTNEY.-John Arthur, eldest son of Hussey

Burgh Macartney, D.D., first Dean of Melbourne, at Ormiston House, Ormiston, and of Newstead, Ilfra- combe, Queensland, on June 10, need 83.

NEWMAN.-June 22, 1017, at Craigndllor, Murdock

street, Neutral Buy, Mary Ann, widoiv of the late William Newman, aged 7*0 yoars.

NEWTON.-June 21, 1917, at her residence, Pacific

street, Watson's Bay, Susannah,' relict of the late George Newton, aged 73 years.

RICHARD.-June 19, at lier residence,- Arizona, Tïn

tern road. Ashfield, Maud, deftTiy( beloved wife ol James Richard, in her 55th year. ' '

SHIELS.-Juno 15, at Bega, Ahn Isabella Shiels, Üae

widow of the late Dr. John Shiels, aged 70 years.

STAPLEDON.-June 22, at Archer-street, Chatswood,

Alan Neill, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Stapledon, aged 1 year.

SWEENEY.-June 22, at . her residence, Alma

Villa Condamine-strcet, Manly Vale, Manly, Hannah widow of the late Hugh Sweeney, aged 63 years,

R.I.P.

THOMPSON.-June 22, 1017, at his residence, 22

'Thames-street, Balmain, George Thompson, in his -70th. year.

THROWER,-June 21, 1917, at lils residence. Clonmore,

50 Baptist-street, Redfern, Thomas Henry Throwcr, M.L.A., beloved husband of Catherine Thrower, aged 47 years, R.I.P. By request, no flowers.

THROWER.-June 21, 3017, at his residence, Clonmore,

50 Baptist-street, Redfern, Thomas Henry Thrower,

beloved second and only surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Palmer Thrower, and grandson of the late Charles Comeford, of Shoalhaven, aged 47 years. R.LP. By request, no flowers.

WALKER-June 20, 1937, at hi» residence, Iroak,

Liverpool-road, Croydon, Robert, dearly beloved hus- band of Ann I. Walker, aped 61 years, late manager Kauri Timber Company. Interred Friday.

WILSON.-June 20 (suddenly), at Adelaide, Guy C,

eldest son of Sirs. O. S. W'ilson, Lismore, N.S.W., late of Adelaide, aged 32.

ROLL OP HONOUR.

ARCHER.-Killed in France, August 33, Private a

Archer, member of Cigar »'actory »:mployeeB' Union. Inserted by Cigar Factory Employees' Union. W. T. Newbery, Secretary.

BRAGG.-Private William George Bragg, beloved son

of Mrs. William Bragg, of 190 Wardcll-road, Dulwich Hill, recently reported wounded. '

BUDD.-Killed In nrtlen in France, Slay 4, 1017, Pri-

vate W. A. J. Budd, ascd 22, dearly beloved son and brother of Sir. and Sirs. J. II. Budd and family,

of Abbotsford.

God be with you till we meet again.

BURGESS.-Killed in action, Prance, June 3, Lance

corporal E. A. Burgess, for many years past the truest friend of Alircd Lee, Union-street, Lidcombe. CAMPBELL.-Killed in action, in France, June 5, 1917,

Corporal Ian S. Campbell, aged 19 years, eldest son of Private D. S. Campbell (on active service) and Mrs. Campbell, Railway-crescent. Banksia.

To every man upon this earth Death cometh soon or late

And how can man die better

Than facing fearful odds, For the ashes of his fathers

And the temples of his gods"

CAMPBELL, Killed in action, France, June 5, 1917,

Corporal Ian S. Campbell, beloved friend of Mrs. Bartlett, daughters, and son, Alf (on active ser- vice). A young life nobly ended.

COFFEY.-Died of wounds in France, May 28, 1917,

Private W. J. Coffey, late of Portland Cement Works. He answered to his country's call. Inserted by his loving sister, Adeline Holland.

COFFEY.-Died of wounds in France, May 28, 1917,

Private W. J. Coffey, late of Portland Cement Works.

He rose in answer to'bis country's call; Ho gave his life, his best, his alL

Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Theresa and William Cremin, and family.

COFFEY -Died of wounds in France, May 28, 1917,

Private W. J. Colley, late of Portland Cement Works.

Little we thought when we parted It was our last fareiyell.

Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Carrie and William Burns, and family.'

COFFEY.-Died of wounds in France, May 28, 1917,

Private W. J. Coffey, late of Portland Cement Work». Inserted by his loving friends, Mrs. and Miss B. Speerin.

COOKE .-L.-cpl. Horace W. Cooke, of Balmain East,

killed in action in »Van«, April 0, 1917. Inserted by his sincere friends, Mr. and Sirs. C Ncasmith, Blayney. His country called; he-obeyed,

DALEY.-Killed in action in France, May S, 1917,

Bombardier Kenith J. O. Daley, aged 19 years. In- serted by his loving grandparent,, W. H and E. A. King, uncles, aunts, and cousins, Tom, Ruby, and Olga Golding, and James and Ruby Thompson.

DALEY.-Killed in action in France, May 5, 1917, Bombardier Kenith J, C. Daley, aged 19 years. In serted by bia loving uncles, aunt, and cousins, John, Lance (on active -service), Mary, Willie, John, and

Willie Henry King.

DALEY.-Killed in action in France. May 5, 1917,

Bombardier Kenith J. C. Daley, aged 19 years. In- serted by his loving uncle, aunt, and cousins, George and, Ethel Blackeby, and family.

DAVIS.-Private Percy H. Davis, «vho died of wounds

in France, Slay 20, 3017.

ne rose,, responsive to his country's call.

And gave for her lils best, his life, his all.

Inserted T>y his friends. Amy and Emily Bright, North Sydney.

DEMPSEY'.-Jline 13, 1017, In Egypt, Chaplain the

Rev. John Dempsey, minister ol Burwood Congrega- tional Church, aged SB years.

DEVINE.-Pte, Thos., killed in action in France, May

6, 3917.

He died that wc may live.

Inserted by lils sincere friend«, N. and E. Ackllng.

DOWELL.-Killed in action in France, May 5, 1017,

Private »'roderick Robert Dowell, aged _. Inserted by his loving tíñeles and aunts, Mr. and Sirs. J. Bell Haughton, .Mill Crango, Wilberforce, and Sir. and Sirs. Percival Somerville, Ceres, Watkin-strcct, Rockdale. A young life nobly ended.

EWEN.-Killed in action in France, Slay 3, 3017, Pri-

vate Ernei-t J. Ewen, aged 21 years, dearly loved son of Mr. and Sirs. W. 11. Ev«en, Woronora, Oreemvlch road, Greenwich.

Somewhere in France the bugle was calling, Somoivhero in France ho answered the call,

Some«vhcrc in »"ranee our brave lad has fallen. At liberty's call.

GENTLE.-Killed in action in France, June 5, 1917,

dinner C. G. Gentle, J.P., youngest son of Sirs. C. Gentle, Y'covil, Hampden -road. Artarmon, and the late C. Gentle, Armidale, age 23.

GOCHER.-2nd-Llcutenant William Whitley Gocher,

killed in action on June 7, 31)37, second eldest son of Sir. and Sirs. W. II. Goc'hcr, of 27 Albert-street, Newtown, aged 25 years. Syvcet Jesus, have mercy

on Ids soul.

GOLDSBROUGH --Killed in action, France, May l8,

1017, Pte. Roy Goldsbrough. Brother, Pte. Hector Goldsbrough. died of wounds, France, April 4, 1917, dearly loved sons of YV. »'? and E. Goldsbrough, Manly.

They ansivercd the call.

Inserted by their sorrowing sisters and brother».

GOLDSBROUGH.-Private Roy Goldsbrough, killed in

action in »'ranee. Slay 30, dearly loved nephew of Sir. and Sirs. T. BarrjL Siosinan, and cousin of David and Edith. "Abide Tvltli me."

GRANT.-Killed in France, Slay 15, Lance-corporal

J. L. (Bob) Grunt, late Goulburn and Temora. In- serted by lils 60rro«vlng friend, AUie GravoUn.

GRIFFITHS.-Killed in action in France, April 18,

1917, Signaller ljincc-C'orporal David Waltcr Grif- fiths, UMi'd 2- years, beloved eldest son of Sir. and His. D. Griffiths, Prospect-road, Summer Hill. Deeply mourned.

GRIFFITHS.-Killed in action in France, on April

IS, 1917, Signaller Lance-corporal David Walter Grif -ths, aged 22 years.

Somewhere in France in a hero's gravo Lies our dearly loved brother Dave.

Inserted by his loving brother Fred, and sisters Flor- rie, Ethel and Bessie.'      

GRIMSON.-Lieut. I!. M. Grimson, killed in France,

June 7, loving husband and father of Lottie' and Marjorie Armidale, dearly loved eldest- son and bro- ther of Sir. and Sirs. ii. J. Urimson and family. Pre«, tigne, lHerbert-street, Summer Hill. Thy will be done. *

HAYTON.—Killed in action May 31, 1917, Sapper G.

W. Hayton, dearly loved husband of Becky Hayton     (nee Wicks), 40 Albert-street, Newtown, late of Leeds, England.

He gave his life, his best, his all.

HAYTON.—Killed in action, May 31, Sapper G. W.

Hayton, dearly beloved husband of our dear sister, Beck. Inserted by Pearl and Jack, Eva and Gordon. HAYTON.—Killed in action May 31, Sapper George W.

Hayton, dearly-loved husband of our dear sister, Beck (nee Wicks). He did his duty. Inserted by Ethel and Will Ellis, and Mr. Thos. Wicks and fam- ily (Ryde).

HILLS.-Killed in action in Fiance, Stay 38, 3017,

Signaller R. W. J. Hills (Reg.), late of li Chuich street, Balmain. Inserted by his borroivinj frlendt, "r. and Sirs. J. Casey and family, Drummoyne.

HOUGHTON.-Private Archibald Houghton, aged 21,

killed in action on the Field of Honour, France, May   15, 1917. He did his duly as a man. Inserted by his grieved brothers and sisters.

HUSH.-Killed In- action in »Vance, Stay 20, 3037,

Private Percy A. Hush, beloved son and stepson of S. and O. E. Hughes, of Araluen. A noble soldier

and a faithful son.

HUSH.-Killed in action In France, Sfay 20, 3017, Pri-

vate Percy A. Hush, beloved brother of Eninia, Ada, mid Gert. A young lite nobly ended.

IDSTEIN.-Killed in action in France, May 29, 1917

Private Valintine F. ldstein, 5th son of the late John and Mrs, ldstein, of Blandford, aged 30 years.

R.I.P.

IDSTEIN.-Killed in action in France, May 29th, 1917,

Private Valintine F. Idstein, beloved brother of Elizabeth Pulham, of Penshurst, aged 30 year».  

R.l.P.

Sadly a sister is thinking

Of her soldier brother so brave.

Far away from the land of wattle He lies in a hero's grave.

IDSTEIN.-Killed In action in France, May 29th, 1917,

Private Valintine F. Idstein, aged 30 years. R.l.P. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law Annie and James McGee of Liverpool.

JENNINGS.-Harold S. Jennings .(late of Sana Souci),

died of wounds in France, Slay 10, 1917. Inserted by his friends, J. J. Earl ami family. _; ._

ROLL OE HONOT-TL

JACKMAN.-Died of wounds in Franco, May 10, 1017,

Private Edward Jackman, of Bundanoon. Inserted by his sincere friends, Mr. and Mrs. P. Chapple and family, of Botany.

LEWIS.-Killed In net Ion in France, Slay 27, 3017,

Arthur E. Leyyis, Stanley-street, Rockdale, aged 21 years. A young life nobly ended. . »'or God, King, nnd country. Inserted by his grandmother and family.

SLARTIN, Clement Lindsay, fifth beloved son of Sir».

D. Livingstone, Roseview, Congola, killed in action in »'ranee, Slay 6, aged 19 years.

He fought for honour and for right. A soldier to the core.

He died for king and country.

Inserted by his sorrowing mother, sister», and bro-

thers.

MAXIMENKO.-Died of wounds in France, June 7,

Sapper Elim Maximenko, beloved husband of Cora Maximenko, of Double Bay.

MXIMENKO.--Died of wounds in France, June 7,

Sapper Elim Sfnxlmonko, beloved son-in-layv and brother-in-law of Mrs. Peterson, of Double Bay.

MORAN.-Died of'wounds hi France, March 5, 1017,

Lance-corporal James Stanley Moran, aired 23, bc lo«ed youngest non of Eva Moran, North Sydney, who gave his life for the Empire.

MURRAY".-Killed in action in France , on June 7,

Robert Andrew Malcolm Murray, M.C., second son of Capt. J. S. Murray, Wentworth Falls.

OLSEN.-Killed in action in France, Slay 27, 1017,

Gunner S. A, Olsen.

Greater love bath no man than thi»- ' That ho lay down his life lor his friends.

Inserted by Ihe members of the Pyrmont Amateur Swimming Club.

POPE.-Died of wounds, France, June 8, 1917.

In a hero's grave he's lying. Somewhere in France he fell.

Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Mrs. E. Pope and Phyllis.

POPE.-Private Thomas Searle, died of wounds, France,

June S, aged 27 years, third youngest and dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Pope, of 39 Botany-   road, Botany.

To live within the hearts of those you leave

behind is not to die.

POPE.-Died of wounds, France, June 8.

Somewhere in France our dear brother Like a hero fought and died.

Inserted by his sisters and brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Wotton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Pope.

POPE.-Died of wound', France, June 8.

Though you're parted from our midst, dear brother, Never from our hearts.

Inserted by his brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. and Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Pope.

POPE.-Died of wounds, France, June 8.

Somewhere in France our dear brother Is sleeping in a soldier's grave.

Inserted by his sorrowing brothers, Albert and Jack Pope.

POPE.-Died of wounds received in France, June 8,

1917, Thomas Searle Pope.

He fought and he died like a hero.

Inserted by his loving cousins Mr. and Mrs. W. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. G. Bullock, also Norman and Driver Ernest Bullock.

POPE.-Died of wounds, France, June 8, 1917, Pte.

Thomas Searle Pope, Botany.

He gave his life, his all.

Inserted by his sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Siddins, Sir. and Mrs. J. Bendall, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. D. Johnson, and niece Gladys.

PROVAN.-Temp.-corporal Lnud Provan, killed m

action in France, Slay l8, 1917. A tritmte to lils memory from his friend, W. W. A young life nobly

sacrificed.

REED.-Killed in action in France, between Sfay B

and 8, Sorgt Stanley Edwin Reed, B.A., «ged 25 year», ,beloved nophV.T of Elizabeth and J. H.

George, Stonleigh, Pott« Point.

He died ns he lived-a man.

REID.-Killed in action, June 8, 1917, In France,

Lieutenant Andrciv Lambert, eldest son of Sir. and Sirs. Henry Neyvman Reid, Cremorne Point, late Slalvcrn, Y'ietoria.

RENTOUL.-Officially reported killed in action in

France on May 3, 1917 (previously reported wounded and missing), Lieut. Dougal Neil Rentoul, M.C., dearly loved son of Margaret Rentoul, Hambledon street. Hawthorn, Melbourne, and the late Alexan- der Rentoul, brother of Chaplain-Capt. T. C., Pte. J. W., Pte. E. F., Pte. A. J. (on active service, France), and Marjorie and Alex. Rentoul, Hawthorn, aged 22 years and 10 months.

RIDGWAY.-Killed in action in France May 29, 1917,

George Edward Ridgway, aged 17 years and 8 months, dearly loved son of Mrs. D. Allen (formerly Mrs. D. Ridgway), late Wynella, Fletcher-street, Bondi. He died as he lived-nobly. Inserted by his mother.

RIDGWAY.-Killed in action May 29, 1917, George

Edward Ridgway, aged 17 years and 8 months, dearly loved grandson of Mrs. S. Else.

RINGLAND. -Killed in action, in France, May 4, 1917,

Private Harold Edgar Ringland, stretcher-bearer, aged 20 years 9 months. Inserted by his sorrowing sister and brother-in-law, Bertha and Claude Flynn.

RUTLEDGE.-On the 3rd .Tuite, in France, Neel, eldest

son of T. F. Rutledge, Toorak, late of Warrnambool, Y'ietoria, Lieutenant Australian Artillery.

SADLER.-Killed in France, 1030, Private G. Sadler,

member of Cigar Factory Employees' Union.   Inserted by Cigar Factory Employees' Union. W. T. Newbery, Secretary.

SCHAFER.-Killed in action in France, May 9, 1917,

L.-cpl L. C. Schafer, of Alexandria. He gave his life for his country's call. Inserted by his uncle and aunt, and cousins, F. F. Schafer, J. and A.

Schafer.

SCHAFER.—L.-cpl. L. C. Schafer, of Alexandria, killed

in action in France, May 9, 1917, aged 24. A tribute to the memory of our dear cousin. Inserted by his cousins, May and Alex Newson.

SMITH.—In loving memory of my dear grandson and

nephew, L.-cpl. Harry J. S. Smith, killed in action, Gallipoli, June 23, 1915.

Greater love hath no man than this—

That he lay down his life for his friends.

Inserted by his loving grandma and aunt, Mrs. M. Smith and Miss L. Smith.

SNOW.—Killed in action, France, May 3rd, 1917,

Private John Snow, aged 33 years.

You answered the call of your country,  

But the voice of the cable tells

That a dauntless lad in a khaki suit Has died for us all in France.

We mourn your loss, but your actions Sweet balm to your loved ones bring, For he is ever a hero

Who dies for his country. God, and King.

Inserted by his shopmates, John Hunger and Son, No 2 factory.

SULMAN.-At Lincoln, England, on the 20th inst,

of concussion, Lieutenant Geoffrey Sulman (aged 23), of the Royal Flying Corps, son of John and Annie E. Sulman, of Lawson and McMahon's Point.

THOMPSON.-KiUed in action on May ÏÔ, Private

Richard Thompson, aged 28, also Gunner Bemnrd Thoinireon, killed in action sray l8, aged 23; also Private Reginald Thompson, killed in action August 3S, 3010, aged 39, -early beloved sons' of Rlchard Thompson.

Three brave young lives which promised weB,

At the will of God all heroes fell.

Inserted bv their sorrowing father, brothers, and sister», Philip, Tasman, Phoebe, and Lilian, of 566 King-street, Newtown.

THOSIPSON.-Killed in action, Sfay 20, Private Richard

Thompson, nlso Gunner Bernard Thompson, killed in action Slay IS, aged 23, also Private Reginald Thomp- son, killed in action August 39, 3910, aged 39,

Three young lives nobly ended.

Inserted by their loving brother and sister, Alice and Harry, and nephew Davie, of Evaline-street, Campsie. THOMPSON.-Killed In action in France, Slay 29,

3017, Private Richard Thompson, aged 28, also Gnr. Bernard , killed .May l8, 3017; also Private Reginald, killed August 10, 301fl, sons of R. Thompson, of King-street, Nevwtown. Inserted by their loving aunt, Annie Thompson, and fond cousins, Alice and Tom Nuttall. Wollongong.

THOMPSON.-Killed in action Sfay 29, 1017, rrivxte

Richard Thompson (Dirk), beloved friend of Sir«. Tattersall and family.

UPRIGHT.-In loving memory of our dear friend. Nor-

man J. Upright,- killed In action, France, Slay 4,

1917.

One of the best, and until the end,

A noble soldier and faithful friend.

Inserted by his friends, Bert, Vic., and Alfred Lama craft, bud Ernie Eiiis.

WALTHER.-Killed in Frapec, 3037, Private SI. Wal

thor, member of Cigar I-'actory Employees' Uion. Inserted by Cigar Factory Employees' Union. W. T, Newbery, 'Secretary.

WARNER.-Died of wounds in France, June S, Lieu-

tenant leslie'Warner, dearly loved cousin of Wilfred and Mildred Taylor, of Glen-avenue, Randwick. A noble life ended for God, King, and country.

WATSON.-Cpl. Robert Watson (Bert), A.LF" killed

in action in France, 4/5/'17, only son of the late Mr. and Siro. J. B. Watson, of Queen's Park, Glas- gow, Scotland, and loved nephew of Mr. and Sirs. A. Dalgliesh, Broughton stroet. Concord, and Mrs. Pierce, late of Croydon.

For honour I

He lived as he died-nobly.

WESTLAKE.-Killed in action, on May li, 1017, Pri-

vate li. 11. Westlake. Ho did his duty nobly. In sorted by lils sorrowing fulhcr.in.law and mothcr-in

layy.

WESTLAKE.-Killed in action, on May 14, 3817, Pri-

vate H, B, Westlake. He died « hero. Deeply mourned by hip nister-ln-lii«v mid brother-in-layv and nephews, Mr. and Sirs. Wickens.

WESTLAKE.-Killed in nction, on Slay 14, 1037, Prl

vate H. B. Westlake, lie gave his life for King and country. Inserted by Iub brothers-in-law, Joicph and Leslie, and sisters-iii-lu«v, Alma and Hilda Silva.

WILSON.-rte. George Henry Wilson, died of wounds

in France,' Slay 15, 3017, beloved nephew and cousin of Sir. and Sirs. SIcAnnlty, Sid, Arthur, and Walt., Redfern. A young life nobly ended.

WILSON.-Pte. George Henry Wilson, died of wounds in France, .May 35, 3017, beloved cousin of Sirs. E. Jackson, Alice and »;isle BIcAuulty, Red- fern, lie heard Hie call, and answered.

WITCOMBE .-Killed In »ranee, 11117, Private S. Wit

combe, member of Cigar »Yietory.ISmployoes' Union. Inserted by Cigar Factory Employees' Union. W, T. Newbery, Secretary.

WOODLEY.-Died of illness at TIdworth Hospital, Wiltshire, England, on Slareh 10, 1017, Prllnto Wil- liam Woodley, late burner, State Brickworks, Home- bush Hay, aged 20 years. Intcrtcd hy Mr., Sirs, Gay.

IN MEM0EIAM.

ANDREWS.-In living memory of our dear mother,

Elizabeth Andrews, «vho passed away June Si, 1014. Inserted by her loving children, Leslie, Elsie, Hazel, .Jack, Rene, and Wilfred.

ANDREWS.-In loiing remembrance of my dearly loved

mother, Elizabeth who departed this life Juno 23.

31)11.

Yon aie not forjretten, mother, dear,

»'or true love neycr dies.

The dearest spot on earth to us

I» «yheic my dear mother Iles. .

Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-layv, Clarrie and Will Shoesmith.

ARGALL.-In loving memory of our dear son, Bert,

who «as killed in France, June iii, 1010. »'or ever with the Lord. Inserted by his loving parents, T. and >. Argali, Orango,

ARMSTRONG.-In loving memory of my dear husband

and father, v«ho died June 21, 1911, aged 01.

The shock was great, the bloyv severo, To part with one ive loved so dear. It's sail, but true, we wonder yvhy The good are alwajs first to die.

Inserted by his loving wife, son, and daughter. Fred and Dorothy.

BATES.-In loving memory of my dear sister. Sarah

June Elinor, who passed ayvay nt. her residence, Euroma, Barton-street. Kogarah, June 24, 1916..

No one.she loved was by her side,

To he.tr her hist faint sighs,

Or whisper juit one loving word

Before she closed her eyes.

Inserted by her loving sister, I. Slater.

BROCK.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our

mother, Elizabeth Tait Brock, who died June 23,

1015. . . , ,

Our loss is great; we must not complain, ' But trust in God to meet again.

Inserted by her loving husband and family.

IN MEMORIAM.

BRAY.-In loving memora- of our dear mother, Alice

limy, who departed this Hie June 21, 1005, aged ."0 years. Inserted by her loving sons. Henry and John, on actlae sera-Ice.

BUTLER.-lu loving memory of my dear wile and our

dear mother, Mildred Elhel Butler, who departed this life June 21, 1010, at li. P. A. Hospital, New

toavn, aged Ü0 jenr».

She bore her pain, she bore It well. But avhflt she suflercd none can tell; Peacefully sleeping, resting nt hist,

Life's aa-cary troubles and suffering pant.

Inserted hy lier loving husband nnd children. Ethel

and Gladys.

BUTLER--In loving memory of our dear dnughter

and sister, Ethel .Mildred (Millie), who departed this life June 24, 1010, At rest. Inserted by her sor. rowing mother. Bister, anil brothers. '

BUTLER.-in loaing memory of our dear sister. Ethel

Mlllrcil (Millie), who departed this life June SI, 1010, ngeil SO years. Inserted by lier loving sisters, L Doll mid M. McMurllie.

Ul'Tl hi.-in loving memory of our dear daughtcr-ln

liiaa- a;il h-tcr-in-w, Mildred Ethel, avho departed lins life June 21, 1910. At rest. Inserted by father,

Annie, mid Stan.

BUTLER.-In loving memory of my dear Ulster, Mildred

Killel Butler, who departed this life June 21, 1010. ¡it li.P.A. Hospital, Neavtown, nged 30 years, Inserted by her loaing sister anil brothor-in-laav, Ettie and Herb Butler, and niece, Dorothy. .

CALLAGHAN.-In loving memory of our dear brother,

Mnttheav Eugene, who departed this Hie June _, 1911. Inserted hy his loving sisters and brothcrs In-laav, Nellie and Frank, AVIU and Agnes.

CARTER.-In sacred and loa-ing memory.of my dear

wife and our dear mother. Helen, who pnssetf aaa-ay peacefully at Hu-taillc, June 21, 1010. Jl.l.l".

The stars are nightly avatching

O'er n silent gruve,

AVItcre sleeping, avithout dreaming,

Lies ona arc could not save.

Inserted by her laving husband and 'family.

OAIITER.-In loaing memory of our dear mother,

Helen Carter, who died June 21, 1018. v,

The night dew that fnlls, tho' in 6ilcncc it ween», Sholl brighten with verdure tlie grave where she

sleeps.

And the tear that we shed, tho' In secret it rolls, AA'lll long keep her memory green In our souls.

R.I.P.

Inserted by her loving Bon and daughter-in-law, Harry and Mabel, and grandchildren.

CARTER-In loaing memory of our dear mother,

Helen Carter, who departed this life'June .21, 1016. R.I.P. - Inserted by her loaing son and. daugMer-in laav, Roch, and Flo.

CARTER.-In loving memory of my dear mother, nclcn Carter, who departed this life June 24, 1010. R.I.P. Inserted by her sorrowing son, Bert.

CARTER,--In loving memory of our dear mother, whs

departed from tlda Ufe Juno 21, 1916. May hbr bouI rest in peace. Inserted by her loving Bons,

Fred, and Ern.

CARTER.-In loving memory of our beloved sister,

Nellie, who died June 24, 1910. . Inserted by her loving Bister Mary, and brother. Matthew (on active Bcrvico), also tn'stcrs-in-law, M. and IL Rochfonl.

CLARKE.-In Kid and loving memory Of my dear bus

band and our dear father. George Clarke, who passed away on June 21, 1015, at Forest Lodge.

A'our memory is as dear to-dny As in tlie hour you passed away.

Inserted by his cver-loaing wife. Lizzie, snd family, George, Tom (on active service). Fred., Leslie, Harry (on »elive service), Jack (on active Benlee), Ruby, and Frank (on active service).

CRAM.-In affectionate remembrance of our dear

friend, Sade, avho departed this life June 23. 1910. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Fred. W. Dickinson,

Waa'erlcy.

CRONIN.-In loa-ini; memory of my dear daughter

and our raster Margaret, who departed this life June 23. 1915. Inserted by her loa-ing father, En-

ters, and brothers.

DALE.-In loaing memory of my dear mother, Chris

tina Dale, avho departed Oils life June 23, 1913.

Gone, but not forgotten.

Inserted by her loving eon, Thomas Dale.

DIXON.-In loving memory of our dear son, Tom, who

passed awav at Kingston, Emily-street, Leichhardt, Juno 23, 1900. Satllv missed. Inserted by his loving parents, Thomas and Mary Dixon, ami only brother, Albert. The one ave loa-ed is now laid loav; the voice we loved is stilled.

EMERSON.-In loving memory of onr sister, "Deb.,"

who died June 23, 1912.

Tlie fond remembrance of the past

AVIU always bring regret;

Until our hearts shall cease to beat.

We nea cr will forget

Inserted hy her loa-ing broUicrs and sisters, brother.

in-lnav, and sisters-in-law.

FINNAN.-In loving memory of our dear molhcr and

grandmother. Margaret Finnan, who departed this life, June 23, 1912.

Immaculate heart of Mary,

A'our prayers for her extol; Sacred heart of Jesus,

Have mercy on her sonl.

Inserted br her loving son and daughter-rn-lnw, Thomas and Margaret, also grandchildren, Frank, Margaret, and Tommy.

FINNAN.-In loaing remembrance of our beloved

mother and grandmother, who departed tills life June 23, 1912, aged 65 years. Inserted by John and Margaret Finnan, and grandchildren.

FLEMING.-In loving memory of my, dear wife and

mother, Christ ¡na, avho departed this life June 24, 1910, aged 60 years. Inserted by her loving hus- band and children.

GODWIN.-In snd but loving memory of, my dear

mother, louisa Godwin, who died June 23, 1012, a'ged 39 years,

1 often sit and think of you, dear mother,

Of days when we were all together;

But, oh, how changed it all 1b now,

Since you'have gone for ever. I Inserted by her loaing son, AVllliam John Godwin.

GODWIN.-In sad and everlasting remembrance of our

dear daughter and sister (Louie), who departed this life June 23, 1012, aged 33 years. R.I.P. Inserted by her loving parents and bisters, Polly and Coral

Tainton.

GODWIN.-In loving memory of our dear Butter, Louie,

who passed aaa-.iy June 23, 1012. Inserted by her lov- ing brother and sister-ln-laav, .1. and J. Tainton.

GOSBELL.-In loving memory of onr dear mother,

Isabel Marie Cosbell, who departed this life June 23, 1011. Inserted by her loving children, Bert,

Laura, and Leon.

HAINS.-In loving memory of my dear brother and

our uncle, Hyam, who passed away June 23, 1013. G.R.H.S. hiserlcd by his loving sister, Annie Levy,

Hannah and Rose,

HARDING.-In sad and lovimr memory of my deaT

husband. Charles AbsInder Harding, who departed this life June 23, 1910, aged 74 years.

Anehcred by loa-e, aahich death cannot sever,

I iiiLss you, 'and mourn you, and avili for ever. Inserted by his loving wife.

HARDING.-In sad and loving memory of my dear

father. Charles Assindcr Harding, avho died June 23, 1910, aged 74 year».

Ttswo who loved him best miss him roost.

Inserted bv his loving daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Miller.

IHinoN.-In loving memory of my dear wife and

our dear mother. Margaret Heron, who passed away June 23, 1915. Inserted by her loving hus- band,, son, anti daughters.

nERON.-In loaing memory of our^ dear 'mother, Mar-

garet, and grandmother, who departed ttds life on June 23, 1915. Inserted by her loving son min daiightor-in-lnav, James anti Minnie Heron, and grand children, Jim (on active service), Eddie, and Madge. HILT.-In ever-losing memory of my dear wife. Eliza-

beth, avho departed this life at lewisham Hospital, June 23, 1910, Deeply regretted. Inserted by her loving husband. Tom HHL

HILT.-In sad but loving memory of our dear mother

and grandmother, Elizabeth Hilt, who passed away at Lewisham Hospital, June 23, 1916, aged 48.

A faithful mother, true and kind;

No friend like her on earth we'll find.

Inserted by her only daughter, son-in-law, M. and H. Amor, and grandchildren.

HODGKINSON.-In loving memory of my dear husband

and our dear father, AVilliam Furlong, who depnrted this life nt Chatham-road, Broadmeadows, Newcasl le, June 23, 1910, nged 71. At rest. Inserted by ¡ils loving avife, sons, and daughters. i

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

Ann Hush, ulm departed this life June 23, 1913.

To memory ever dear.

Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.

JONES.-In loving remembrance of my dearly loved

son, William Joseph, avho died Jnne 23, 1015. at Stokes-strcet, Chatswood , aged 23 years.

Not gone from memory, not gone from love. But gone to his Father's home above.

Inserted by his loving father and mother, Mr. and

Mrs. Jones.

JONES.-In loving memory of our dear brother. Wil-

liam Joseph Jones, who passed away st Stokes street, Chatswood . on June 23, 1915.

To memory ever dear.

Inserted by his loa-ing sisters, Ethel, Annie, and Duisy. *** ' x

KENDALL.-In loving memory of our dear brother,

Private William C. C. Kendall, avho died at Armi- dale, June ii, 1010.

LAMBERT.-In loving memory of my dear husband

and our father, John Lambert, who departed this life June 21, 1915, at Annandale. At rest. lnserted by his loving wife and daughters.  

LANSDOWN.-In loving remembrance of my dear hus

lund, Thomas William, avho departed this Ufe June 23, 1015. Sadly missed. Interted by lila loaing

wife. Jane.

MASON.-In affectionate remembrance of my dear

father, John Mason, who departed this life June 25, 1010, aged 72 years. R.I.P. Inserted by his young- est daughter. Ruby Mason.

MCCARTHY.-In sad and ever loving memory of Timothy P. McCartl..-, Lite ktationmustcr, Redfern, who departed this Hi," June 21, 1904. R.I.P, In- serted by his sor.uving wife and family.

M'INTOSH -In loaing memory of our darling little

Elsie Alexandria , who died at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Camperdown, June 23, 1912, nged-6 years 7 months. Inserted by her loving mother -id latiicr, A. and A. M'lntosh; ulso sister, Mildred, and Uttle liviii sisters, Alice and Htigliina, and grandparents, 1). and 11. M'lntosh.

MEYER.-In loving memory of my dear father, who

died June 24, 1909o. Inserted by his loving son,

Charles.

MILLS.-In loving memory of our dear mother and

grandmother. Mary Jane Mills, who departed this life

Juno 18, 1914. -

A mother's love is a blessing.

Hu nut treat her with scorn, Cherish her while she is living,

For jou'll mi- her avhen she is gone. - Trent her as in childhood,

For avl|cn she is old and gray, / A'ou'll never know her value,

'lill she is lying beneath the clay.

Inserted by her. loving daughter, Jane, and grand- daughters, Bessie, edith. Habel,, and Henry Charles Richards (on active service abroad).

MORRISON.-In loaing memory of my dear mother,

Ann- Morrison, avho passed away June 24, 1013, at Wrexford, Railway -avenue, Stanmore.

There are griefs that cai.i.ut lind comfort,

Anti wounds that cannot be healed;

There are sorroavs so deep In the human heart

That cannot he half reiealeil.

Inserted by her daughter and tonin-luaa-, Lizzie and D. Campbell, anti gruutlclnldreii.

NATTRASS.-In loving memory of our dear mother,

Sarah Nattrass, who was accidentally killed at Thorn leigh, June 24, 1915. Inserted by her loving children. PUCKERIDGE.-In loving memory of my dear wife, snd

our dear mother, June Puckeridge, avho departed tliis life June 23, 1015. Sadly ml_ed.

A better mother nea cr lived.

Nor one more true and kind; Her equal In this weary \aorld

We very rarely lind. ,

Her heart avas alavays In her home.

She tolled anil did her best,

Until there come that sudden call

When God called her lo rest.

Inserted by her loving husband, sons, and daughters indaw, and grandchildren, also her son Henry (on active service abroad). . _

IN MEMORIAM. I PETERS.-In loving memory- of mv dear mother. Jane

Peters, who departed this'life June 21, 1014, aged Bil years. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-iu la«v, Doris and Reuben Thomas.

RIORDAN.-In loving memory of our darling son and

brother, Alfred James, died .lune 21, 1915, aged 3 years and 3 months. Inserted by bia loving father, moUier, and sisters. .

ROBINSON.-In loving memory of onr dear mother,

Matilda Catherine, who departed ibis life June 24, 3010. Pence, perfect peace. Inserted by bia loving daughter, Mona, and «on, Frank.

SCOTT.-In loviiic memory of my dear son and our

brother, Dick, killed in »Vance, June 25, 3910. Li- berte- by his loving mother, brothers, and sisters.

Ho gave his life, for lils country.

SHARP.-In loving memory of our dear Gertie, who

passed away June 23, 3910, aged 30 years.

Short was the call she lind from above,

Not a word to her loved «nea could say, She sank to rest like, a babe in its sleep,

And silently passed away.

Inserted by her Borroyving parent-, E. and T. Sharp. SHARP.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Ger.

tie, who paused away Juno 23, 3010, aged SO years.

Though far way In France we be, _t

Our thoughts, darling sister, arc always of thee, And if to Hie old home yvc never come back,

We'll meet you, dear Gertie, on the golden track.

Inserted by Jlernard, Mick, and George, on active service abroad.

SHARP.-In loying memory of our dear nleco »nu

cousin, Gertie, who departed from this world, June 2.1, 1010. Inserted by her Aunt Slary, Uncle Sid, and cousins. _.

SLATER.-In sad but affectionate remembrance of my

darling father, W'ilUam Frederick, whom God called

home June 23, 1017.

Let perpetual light shine upon him.

Inserted by his devoted daughter, »'annie YVccks.

SMITH .-A tribute of fond love In memory of our

darling brother nnd uneie, No. 373 L.-cpl. Harry J. S. Smith, who nobly laid doyvn his young life lor King « and country at Gallipoli, Juno 23, 3015, aged 20

roars,

'TNvas only a cable message,

And this is the story fold

That darling Harry is walting in hennm,

W'enrlng a bright crown of gold.

Inserted by his ever loving sister and bi-ther-in-law, Jessie and Tom E. Burrell, and little nieces, Ellice »nd Dorothy.

STANFORD.-A tribute to mv faithfuL loving wife.

Epsom Stanford, died June 23, 1001.

STANFORD.-In loving memory of our dear mother

(Epsom Stanford), who departed tilla life June 23, 1001, aged 62 years., Never forgotten by her loving sons and daughter-in-law, and grandchildren,William   and Fred and Rose Imber and family.

STAPLETON.-In loving memory of my darUng mother,

Annie, whom God called home June 23, 1910; also dear Uncle George, died June 10, 1015. ?

God called her home,, He thought it best, To ease her nain and give her rest

Inserted by her loving cliild, Cora, Syd, and grand-

children.

STEAR,-In sad but loving memory of my dear wife.

Flora, who departed tilia life June 21, 1010.

The face I lo«*ed Is now laid low,

The fond, true heart i« still.

The hand thal abvays helped mc so

Lies lew in death'« cold chill.

Inserted by her loying husband, Chas. H. Stear.

STOREY'.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Ruth

Storey, who was called to rent June 23. 1015. In- serted by her loying daughters, Daisy .Storey and

Edeline Grove.

TAMSETT.-In loving memory of my dear husband nnd

father, Thomas Tamsett, who died June 21, 1010. At rest. Inserted by his loving wife and daughter,

S. T. and E. T.

TAYLER.-In loving remembrance of my dear husband  

and our loving father, Agabus Henry Tayler, late letter carrier, Alexandria Post-ofllco, who departed this life Juno 23, 1912, aged 51 years.

We saw you suffer day by day,

It cauied us bitter grief

To wateh vou slowly pine away.

And could not give relief.

Not dead to us, we lovell you dear,

Not lost, but gone before,

' Y'ou live with us In memory still,'

And wiU for evermore.

Inserted by his lonely «life, loving rhllilrcn, Arthur, Sidney, and only daughter. Edle.

TAYLER-In loiing memory of my dear father.

Agabus Henry Taylor, late letter carrier, Alexandria Post-office, who departed this life June 23, 1012, «¡red 51 years.

It i» just five years to-day, dear dad,

Since you were called away.

But there's one who lives and won't fonrct,

Y'our memory 1b here to »tay.

Y'our true, good face I picture

As now I nen these lines.

And in my thoughts I often live

In our bygone happy times.

Inserted hy his affectionate son. Reg.

TAYLER-In sad but loving memory of out dear

father, Agabus nenry, late of P.O. Dopt-, who de- parted HU« llfo June 23, 1012, aged 61 year». At rest. Inserted by lils loving son and daughter. Fred and Ethel Tayler, and grandchildren, Sfyrtle and

Allan.

VALOTTO.-In loving memory of my dear brother«

indaw, Louis Y'nlotto, who departed this life June 21, 1910. Inserted by his sister-in-law, ,N'orah Thomp- son, Baker-street, Enfield.

W».LI-S.-~ln memory of oin- darling daughter, Ethel,

who departed this life June 23, 1035.

< Our hearts for you are breaking.

We are lonely night and day;

Wo mis* yen, yes, «ve miss you. Our own «weet, darling Ethel

Inserted by her loving father and mother, and sisters. WELLS.-In loving memory of our dear niece ami cou-

sin, Ethel, who departed this life June 23, 1915. In- serted by her loving uncle, nunt, and cousins, Sir. and Mrs. Albeit ard family.

'WHEELER.-In sad and loving memory of my dear wif«

and our loving mother, Myra Wheeler, wlio departed tlds life Juno 23, 1912, aged 61 year».

She was a-friend, n friend in need.

To those who wanted help;

She never spoke of what «lie did,

But kept It te herself.

Inserted by her loying husband and children.

WILLIAMS.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother

ami grandmother, Nurse Williams, who departed this life June 23, 1012. Inserted by her daughter, son-in law, and grandchildren, Sir. and Sirs. Kingston and family.

WILSON.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Elim

Ellen, who passed away at Lilyfield, June 2«, 1903. At rest- Inserted by her loving daughters, Susie and

Winnie.

WILSON.-In fond memory of my dear mother. Eliza

Ellen, who departed Ulla life June 24, 1903, at Lily field, aged 41 yenrs. Gone, but not forgotten. In- serted by her loving son, Arthur.

ZAIINER.-In sad and loving memory of my dear hns . hand and my father, Joseph Zahncr, who departed

Ihis life (suddenly), June 23, 1914.

There is one bond death cannot sever, Love's remembrance, last» for ever.

Inserted by his loving wife and danghter, Ivy.

ZAHNER.-In «ad ami loving memory of our dear

father, Joseph Zahncr, who departed this life (sud- denly), June £3, 3914.

The shock yva» great, the blow severe. To part with one we loved so dear; It's sail, but true, we «vondor why The good arc always first to die.

Inserted hy his loving daughter and son-in-law, Slaude and Jake, and little grandson, Cecil. .

'. HETUEN Ti_-NKS.

Sirs. E. MUNRO »nd FAMILY', of Ferry-road, Glebe

Point, desire te return sincero THA.N'KS to all kind relatives and friends for telegraniB, letters, cards, and floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym. pjthy In their recent sad bereavement; ("specially Dr. Litchfield, Sir. D. »Tockhardt, Sir, J. Wilkinson, for their kind attention lo our dearly.lovcd husband and father; also the employees of the Naval Dockyards,

Cockatoo Island.

Mr. and Mr». W. DUNCAN and FASin.Y, of Lnland.

street. Botany, wish to convey their sincere THANKS to all kind friends and neighbours who so kindly sent messages of condolence, cards, letters, and telegrams of sympathy In their recent sad bereave- ment in the loss of their dear son and brother (Jim), who was killed in action in France, May 32, 3017.

Mrs. LILLIAN BLACK, 27 Groy c-streot, Balmain, de-

sires to return THANKS for personal expressions of sympathy ft* the bereayement of her beloved hus- band to doctors and nurses K Ward, Sjdney Hospital, employees of Naval Dockyard, Cuckatoo; also kind friends and neighbours.

Mr. ami Mrs. T. F. GRIFFITH and FAMH.Y desire

to return their sincere THANKS te all their relatives and friends from whom they received expressions of sympathy and kindness in their recent sad be- reavement In the loss of their mother and mother-in law, Sirs. A. Marsh.

Mr. and Sfrs. D. GRIFFITHS and FASnLY desire to

return THANKS to all relations and friends for their kind sympathy in their recent sml bereavement by the loss of their beloved son David, killed in acllon in France, April 18, 1917.

Mr. and Mrs. THOS. HANSEN, Lithgow, desire to ex

press their heartfelt THANKS to their relative» and friends for their sympathy and kindness in their re-

cent sad bereavement.

Mr. and Sirs. BAIRD desire te return THANKS to all

kind friends and neighbours for letters, cards, and telegrams, also floral tributos and personal c-pris,. sion« of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

Mr. 1. SI. SHEPHERD, Parramatta, desires to return

sincere THANKS to all kind friends' for expressions of «sympathy received in his recent sud bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. PAY'NB and FAMILY, Dowling-street,

Paddington, desire to return their rinccro THANKS to relatives and friends for illelr expressions of sym pathy, floral tributes, cords, und icleginms in their recent sail bereavement, alco Dr. Reginald Ji'Lcod lor his prouipt attention.

Sirs. A. BROWN and FAMILY', Sl'Mahon-strcct,

WiUougllby, desire to return sincere THANKS te their many kind friends and retailles for, letters, cards, telegrams, and iloral tributes during their re- cent sad beicavcmcnt, in the loss of their dear son and brother, 'momas William Brown, also Dr. Bridges and Dr. Read for kind attention during his illness. . Sir?. RICHARD and DON SEALE desire' to return

THANKS for the many kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved bon and brother, Spencer Seale (Pat), killed in .ictioii in »Vance, May 5, 1917. Mr. and Sirs. T. STAPLETON and FAMILY, of Bal-

main, desire to express heartfelt THANKS to fricndi and relations for kind expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, and acts of kindness in their recent b_d berearaincnt; also to Rev. Father O'Brien, Dr. Brcitncr, and Sisters of Lcv«'isr-m Hospital tor kind attention to their'late son and brother, Richard.

Sfr. and Sirs. NEIL' SleTAGUB and FAMILY' desire te

return their sincere THANKS for the many letters, telegrams, and cards (same of which, through Ignor- ance of the address, they were unable to otherwise acknoyviedgo), and personal calls of numerous syin jMthlsers in' their recent bereavement.

Mr. A. T. BONE and Sirs. E. TANNER wish to tender

their heartfelt THANKS to rclaliics, friends, neigh- bours, boy friends, and fcllow'-ompioyoes, for tele- grams, letters, cards, floral tributes, etc., in the recent ead loss of Ms dear son and her dear grand- son, Alfred. They also wish to thank the doctors and nurses cf St. Vincent's Hospital for their un- tiring ntten'lon and kindness during his illness;

The jTlsses JONES, of Rosebud Villi, Ehley-street, Waverley, desire to return sincere THANKS lo all friends 'fur letters, curda, wreaths, und expressions of sympathy in their late sad bereavement.

Sir li. CARR and FAMILY, of Waverley, return sin-

cere THANKS to relatives and friends for letters, cardB, telegrams, and personal expressions of sym- pathy in their recent sail bereavement.

Mrs W ED5IONDS, of Sianly, and FAMILY return

tlicir sincere THANKS to many friends for their kind sympathy in their recent s'.d bercavomcnL

Sir and Mrs. CRESWICK mid FAMILY, LewLshnm.

desire to leturn hineerc THANKS to kind friends and relations ter letters, cards, and personal expressions of sympathy in the low of their dear sou mid brother, Private »'. Creswick.

.Mr and St». O. MARTIN and Sir. SI. NEYLAN omi

JAMES TAYLOR desire to return THANKS for floral tributes and kind sympathy in their recent sad lw renvement* in the death of their mother and slater.

I RETURN THANKS.

Mr. and Mrs. D. MCINTYRE and FAMILY, of 130

A'onng-strcet. Redfern, desire to express their sin- cere THANKS to nil kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, aa-rcallm. and personal expressions of , sympathy, also the nursing staff of K Ward, Sydney

Hospital, In our recent snd bereavement.

Mrs. M. IIEFFEILNAN and FAMILY, 13 Tflford-stroct,

Zetland, desire to return sincere THANKS to the Rev. Father O'Doniicll and Dr. Langton, relations and neighbours, and kind friends, for cards and ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad loss of her husband and their father, Daniel Heffernan.

Mrs, MEALEY and FAMILY and Miss HEALEY, of

Balmain, desire to return their sincere THANKS to their many kimi relations and friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and personal expressions ,of sym- pathy in their recent nail bereavement In the loss of their beloved son and their brotlicr "id nephew, Sergeant-mnjor Patrick Mesley, M.M., killed in ac- tion in France, May 15, 1017.

Mr. ALFRED WILLIAMS and FAMILY, also Mr. and

Mrs. T. J. WIIJJAMS, of 87 Rcdfern-strcct, Redfern, desire to express their sincere THANKS to all kind friends for letters, cards, and telegrams, and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad be

reaa-ement.

Mrs. RICHARD SEALH and SON, of Battersea, 137

Petersham-road, Marrickville, desire to express their sincere THANKS for all expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, etc., in their recent sad bereave- ment

Miss COONAN «nd BROTHERS desire to return

THANKS to the Sisters and Nurses and Doctors of St. Vincent's Hospital, also kind friends, for floral tributes and kind sympathy during their recent sad bcrcavement of their late broUter, Arthur E. Coonan. Mr. and Mrs. W. .DONALD, of 10 Fulham-street, En-

more, ami Mr. and' Mrs. G. D. F. DARKE, of Bunya-parnde, Coogee, desire to express their Bin

cere THANKS to aU kind friends for letters, cards,, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their dear mother and grandma.

Mrs. WILSON and FAMILA', of 277 Annandale-street,

desire to express their sincere THANKS to all kind friends for letters, cards, and telegrams, and per* snnnl expressions of sympathy, m their recent sad bereavement.

Mrs. LYDe'n and TAMILY, of Marrickville, desire to

return THANKS tn nil the kind friends for letters, canis, expressions of sympathy, also to the employees of R. O. flagon, Sydney, for tlu-ir token of sym- pathy In their sad hercaa-cment nf her son, Thomas, killed in action in France,

Mrs. J. BAILEY «nd FAMILY, of Wllson-street, Mascot,

desire to express tlielr sincere THANKS to all kind friends for floral tributes, letters, cards, and tele- grams, and personal expressions ow sympathy in their

sad bercaa-ement.

Mrs. A ENRIGHT «nd SON, of 46 Statlonstreet, New.

town, return sincere TnANKS for wreaths, letters, cards, telegrams, and expressions of sympathy In

their recent snd bereavement.

Mr. and Mrs. SCHAVEIGKRT and DAUGHTERS, of «

M'Cnrvie-street, desire to express tlielr sincere THANKS for cards and doral tributes, and expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement, especially Mesdames M'Morroiv anti Gooncy and girls of the

Il.A.T. _

RETURN THANKS.

Mr. ind Mrs. D. AV. BOWIE and FAMILY, of la-erna,

Beatrice-street, Auburn, desire to express llielr heart- felt THANHS to their relations and friends for kimi letters, cartis, «nd floral tributes in tlicir rail bereave- ment; al«o to the doctor, matron, anti nurses of the hospital for the kind attention shoarn to their late dearly beloved daughter and sister during her recent

Ubicas.

The Relative« of the late Mrs. MARY GALLAGHER

desire to return their sincere THANKS to Dr. Griffiths and the nnrsiog BtatT of the Bal- main Hospital for their kind attention; alto friends for floral tributes snd sympathy in tlielr recent sad

bereavement.

| Mrs. J. THOMTSON, Namoi, Glen-street, Bondi, desire«

to express her heartfelt THANKS to the many kind friends for letters, cards, and floral tributes, also their unremitting attention in her late rail bercaae

ment.

Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR DICKMAN and FAMH.Y, 60

Wllllam-strect, Paddington, return sincere THANKS for letters, cards, telegrams, and expressions of sym- pathy in Uie loss of their dear son and brother, Jack, who died of wounds in France, March 14, 1017. Mrs. A. CHlSnOIJ* and FAMILY, of Tudor-street, . Campsie, desire to tender their sincere THANKS lo

llieir numerous friends for floral tribute* ind kind messages of condolence dining their late Bad be

reaacment.

Mr. II. CHADWICK and FAMILY desire to" return

THANKS to their many kind friends for letters of sympathy and floral tributes received in their re- cent sad bereavement, by the los« of tlielr wife and mother; also to the doctors and nurse* of Prince Alfred Hospital, for their kind attention to late wife during her illness.

Mrs. A. E. KNIGHT and CHILDREN, of 33 John-street,

Petersham, desire to tender their sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends who so thoughtfully ex- pressed themselves by letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes of sympathy on the occasion of their sad bereavement in the loss of their dear husband and father.  

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