Lieutenants J. S. Lord and L. L. George, of Sydney, have been killed while flying in Eng-
They were buried with full Air Force hon- ours. Many American troops attended, and an American trumpeter sounded the Last Post. The victims were close companions. Lord was killed owing to engine trouble. George ascended later, and fell almost on the same spot.
Flight Lieut. Leslie L. George was a son of Mr. Eden George (ex-M.L.A.) and Mrs. Eden George, of Manly, and was previously in partnership with his brother, Mr. Stanley George, In the Eden photographic studios in George-street, city. His parents left recently for England with the object of meeting him there, and it is feared that they will not be apprised of his death until their arrival Flight Lieut. J. S. Lord was a son of Mr. John Lord, of Messrs. David Cohen and Co., Ltd., and of Manly. He was 25 years of age, and was previously an engineer in the service of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company. In January, 1915. he left with a Light Horse unit and served in Egypt, Gallipoli, Palestine, and France. Last year he Went to England In order to train for the aerial service and last March his parents received a cable mes- sage announcing that he had obtained his certificate.