BOWMAN-April 4, to Mr and Mrs- E- K Bowman,
at Eksby, Graboon-a daughter.
LEAHY.-February 25, at Lurnea, Market-street, Rock
dale, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Leahy-a daughter.
LOVATT-April 9, at Nurse Broadhead's private hos-
pital, t>e«vto«vn, to Mr. and Mrs J. Lotatt, of 87 George-street, St. Peters-a son (Jack). Both well.
McMlLLAN-STEWART.-March 10, 1918,at All Saints'
Church, Hunter's Hill, (Jbarles Grainger McMillan, A.I.e., son of m«. McMillan, ]>q , Mnvhurst, Dott ling-strcet, Moore Tark, to I lorcnec ,1. Stewart, daughter of the late. David Stewart, Park-road, Mootc
KERSLAKE-BILLING.-April 11, 1908, at St Paul's
Church, Launceston, Tas, hy Rev. A. Barkway, Thomas William, second son of Charles and Sarah Kerslake, Launceston, Tas, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Samuel and Isabel Billing, St. Leonards, Tasmania, prcscnt address, Hindley street, Adelaide.
BAYLIS - \prtl 0. nt hi« residence Koovong, Wagga
?Wagga, Harold Murri« HajPs, solicitor, third so; "of the late Henry Baylis, for many years poll« magistrate at "Augga vvuegu, aged 55 \ears.
BINGHAM.-April IO, MIS, at her residence, Bur
wood House, Victoria-street, Burwood, LlUsabetli Ellen, beloved wife- of George ningham, ni her 7Stn
BROOKES -April 9, at his residence, Stilton Farm,
Picton, Mr. Griffin Brookes, sen., aged 93 years.
DARNLEY.-April 10, 1018, at. .Manly Vale, Samuel
Hurnlcj, aged 70 «cars. '
DEY.-April 10, I918. at tho residence of his brother,
L'liplng-uvemic, I'.piiliig, Dr Robert Dej, beloved husband of lettie Dey, and eldest son ot the Re«.
EMMETT.-April 10, at Braeside private hospital,
Stanmore, Bessie, beloved wife of G. Norman
Emmett, aged 36 years.
LING-April 10. 1918 at Balcman's-rosd, Gladesville
L'mllj &., widow of the late Mr. Samuel Ling, aged
fis .«cars. At rest.
PRIOR.-April 10, 9018, at bli residence, 1 Little
IlurkinKliaiu-strret, eltj,-»Thomas, belated husband ol Mary Prior, ue-cd 60 .tears. R.I P.
RYAN -April 10, 1918, Patrick man, dcailv loicd hus-
band of Annie ltyun, of Redfern, aged 3-2 jcars
SCHMIDT.-April 10, 11118. at her daughter's, Mrs
Jckio's.-resiiletioc, Model House, Albenmirle.btreet. Newtown, ¡urn Sehmidt, aged SO tears. < 6MITIL-April 10. *»1S, at hi-, residence, Murulla,
Milcliell-strect, Kogarah, .lohn Edwin Smith, dearly beloved husbiiid of Elizabeth Smith, aged 07 Jours (lite ol Loio Department, Ktelolgh). | SOUTHWELL - April 10, 1918, at her residence,
Llanarth, 85 Victoria street, Lewisham, Eliza, dearly beloved wife of Rev. W. A. Southwell, aged 80 years.
WKIMIl'.nr. - \iiril 10, llenrv Weinberg, dearly be-
lo« ed hitsluiud of Esther Weinberg, and father of Millie, .Iori, David. Annie, Rose Coleman, ami Ruben, »gcil 'id, died suddenl) G.R.II S Bj request, no flowers______
ROLL OF HONOUR.
BEARD- Killed in action. March 2, 1918, Private Percy
R Lane, late 30th Battalion. He died a hero. In- serted by his loving friend Pearl Chapman, Drummoyne.
BEARD-In loimg mellion of my dear husband and
our father, Samuel Binni, who departed ibis life April 11, lilli, aged fit ve.irs Al rest ln.oitcd
by lils loving wife and fuuiilv
BEARD -In lining meinen of nij deal father, Saiuiiol
Beard, who departed this life \pril II, 1012, aged 01 tear» lnsirled bv Ins loving duigbtei and tun-In. law, fmilv und Richard 11 ink»,
BEERMAN.-In lo«ing menior} of mt dear husband
and our father, Willum Bergman, who departed tins' life April 11, 10U At icsl Inserted bj lils loving wile. Rosie, and ebildicii. Will aid Mjrlle.
CHAUCER - In sad and loving memory of our dear
son and brother. Douglas Gordon, accidentally killed,
Katoomba, April 11, 1914.
We who loved you sadly miss you.
Inserted by his loving father and mother, sisters,
COLLISON.-lu lot lue meillon of our dcir mother,
liney Cirollne t olllsou lue c1 WIIIIIMII, VVI.U .rieaccliill« |iai*cl aw»> ut Lcicliliar It, April II, 1013, .. aged El tiars Inserted In lur lut lug tun und iliiugh
tem, Arthur. C lain, und I'raiiecs
COLTMAN.-In loving memory of our brother, Harold,
died April 11, 1914.
father, In Thy Heavenly keeping
We leave our dear brother sleeping.
Inserted by his loving brother and sister in-law, George and Hilda Coltman.
CUMMINGS-- In hit nur ineniort of our dear diuglitir
and Mslcr, Murgiiret t mu mint;-, who dipirlcd thb, life ^iiiil II, linn luwrted bj bir loving /ntlier and mother, 1" anil S O Man, und brothels, laldiu and Sliinlev, also her lillie ton Ink
CUMMINGS'-in loiing mc nun pt nur dei.r «Istir,
.Maigaret Cummings, ««bo depirted tlilt. life vpul II, Ililli, Inserted hy her loving brother und «Ist.r In law, Alix, und lillie O Man '
CURRIE-In loving memory of our fitber. George
Robert Currli, who deputed this Mfc \pril 11, 1010 Inserted bt lils sin and dallgliter, Ocurge lud Ne Hie,
CURRIE..-* tribute of lote lo the memory nf our den
father, fleorte Currie, who dlid Mull H. 1'"« L>cr remembered bv Iii-« daughters l.veljn u-id 1 lorem ,?
DACEY-In nu moly of niv dear old frleml, lion. .1
B Dnce.t. who dlid April 11, lilli .Nevei turgutkn
bv .lack Mountney,
DONOVAN.-In loving lueiiiorv uf our deal old um,
«ho pasted awut «.prll II, lill" Inserted ht lier , tond daughter and son-lnl.i«, Minnie .mil lulu
I Hausham, and family.
EVANS.-A tribute to the mcmoiy of our dearly be
loy ed mother, Ellen Evans, who departed this life April 11, 1010. Inserted by lier son and daughter in-layv, Oyven and Pearl.
EVANS.-In loi ¡UK memory of our dear wife and
mother. Ellen, who passed to the higher life April 11, 1010. Until the day breáis and shadows flee. Neier forgotten by her loving husband, Owen, and
FAZAKERLEY.-A tribute of never fading love to the
memory of our dear mother, Ellen Fazakorley, v. bo passed peacefully away at Ilundanoon, April 11, 1912.
May she rest in peace.
Inserted by her loving daughters, Kellie, -Mice, Ethel, mid little granddaughter, Majoria.
FITZPATRICK.-In fond memory of our dearly-loved
husband and father, Gerald Fitzpatrick, J.P., yyho departed tins life April 11, JOH) It.I.P.
Ob. for tile touch of a yanislicd hand.
And the sound of a loh-c that is still.
O sacred heart of Jcs.us, lune mercy on bim.
Inserted by Ids loiing wife. Margaret Fitzpatrick,
and daughter, Jessie.
FITZPATRICK-In loving memory of our dear father
and grandpa, who departed tills life April 11, 1.010, Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving son. Gus, and daughter-in-law-, Nettie; also Brand children, Gerald, Dudley, Colin.
FITZPATRICK.-In fond memory of our dear futhcr,
Gerald ntsmafnok.« who' departed this life April 11, 101(1. So sadly missed by lils luying daughter and son, Mabel and Charlie Harrold. ,
FITZPATRICK.-In loving memory of our dear father, , Gerald Fitzpatrick, J.P., who departed tills life
April 11, 101(1. Deeply mourned by his loylng daugh- ter and son, Ethel and Charlie Tydeman; and grand, children, Doris, Keith. Gerald, Gwen, and Jessie.
FITZPATRICK.-In loving memory of our dear dad
and grandpa, Gerald T. Fitzpatrick, .1.1»., yyho de- parted this life April 11, 10 0. R.I P.
Your memory Is as dear to-day
As in the hour you passed :i\yuv.
Inserted by lils loving Bon and duuirlitcr-ln-lavv, Hert und Nell, and grandchildren Ay Is r.nd Parker.
HALL..-.In fond mernoo of my dear wife, Alice Rosina
(Roue), who departed this life April li. 1017.
Just when her life was suocteot
White Howers were laid on lier breast. v Just when her hopes wore brightest
Slip wus laid to rest.
Inserted by her loving husband. William James Hall. HALL.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and
sister, ll.«e, who passed away April 11, 1017. Safe in tile arms- of Jesus. Inserted by her loiing mother and sister and brothcr-hi-Iaw, M. llopson, F, and F.
HALL..-In loyliig memory if our dear .sister. Rose,
who departed this life April 11,-1017.*
v We miss .you mo-it ulio luyed you best. *
Inserted by lier loving sister and brother-in-law,
Kinma and John Bruce.
HAYEK.-In loiing memory of our little daughter.
Gladys, who departed this life April 11. 1012. luseitcd by hcr^ loylng parents, Leo and Annie Hayek, and sister, Thelma.
HINES.-In loving remembrance of Mrs. Elizabeth
Hines, who passed niyay April 11, 1017. ,
Gone, but not fotgotlcn.
Inserted by lier fclloyy work mutes.
HOGAN - In sad and loving memory of my dear wife,
Mary, and our darling mother, who departed this life. April 11. 1912. R.I.P. Inserted by her loving husband. Patrick, children, Dan mid Susie; also her son and daughter-in-Iaw, Jack and Gerty;-also her daughter and son-in-law, grandchildren, Ronnie Hogan, Kitty, Sonny, Mary, Willie Ferguson.
KEANE.-lil loving memory ol our dearly beloved hus-
band and father, Patrick Joseph Keane, yvbu de- parted this life April 11, lOLVugcd Til yeal a.
Hear to our memory, sweet to our hearts, Our love to .your memory will ncyer depart.
Inserted -y Ms loylng wlfo and daugliteis, Ethel
KEITH.-In loving memory of our dear old dad, Sydney
James Keilli, «ho tiled II.P.A. Hospital, Apnl 11/ s 1011. Ncyer forgotten by lils daughter and son-in
lau, Aliic and Uhurlc» Ogg, and grandchildren.
KERSHLER.-In loy lui: memory of my dene husband,
Peter, who was aciidcntally killed, April 11, 1012. Ins«ted by lils loylng wife. Florrie.
LANE.-In loylng memory of my dear husband and
our luther, who departed this life April lo, 1013. Inserted by lils yvife, Nellie, and sons, Claude, Norman, and Neal. v f
LEVER.-In sad but loving memory of my dear hus-
band and father, who departed this life April 11, 1917. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving wiife and daughter, A. and M. Lever.
LEVITT.-In loiing memory of'our dear fatlict. Oeorgc - Levitt, who departed Ibis'life Anrll 11, lilla. In-
set teil by his, luvlmr children, Celtic jiml Geurgc (?«ti iictiy'e sen ire abroad).
McCALLUM.-In luvltifc remembrance of my dear ion
mid our rhrothei, Aitliur M'Domihl. who died from Injuries received. Amil 10, 1010, aged IS years. Sutllv missed. Inseiicd by lils mother, brothel«, and
McGARRY-Ii» loiing memory of our dear s brother,
John Mr flurry, aged .TI years, wbu departed this life Anill II, 1017. Miy be rest In pence. Inserted li- his liyliur broth"!s und elster*.
McMAHON.-In ever-lov lug memory if our dear mother,
Mnrv McMahnii, who tlcpnited this life April 11, lot.I In-ertei! li her Iminir duinrhlcr and «-in-in law. Amy and Alf Woollen, 'anti grandchildren, Ailie, llcibcrt, and Walllc.
McMAHON-In cicr loiing memore of oin dear mother,
Mun ' Mi Million, who depntid this life Vpnl 11, 101.1. Inserted hy her loving daughter und son lu- la«, vglics .mil \lf Litchfield (on aitlte sel y lue).
McNEIL. In IOMIIU' mellion of me «he and our
mutiler Marla Ann McNeil, «ho departed this life April 11. mil Inserted hy II. McNeil and children,
I«-.-", Mci toi. ami llenrv.
McNEIL- In eicr loiing inc'iioiv of our ile.ir daughter,
Marla \., who departen Ibis Hie ypiil 11. I'M I. In- serted by her hiving puent-, J. und M. t'lark.
Le» Win in
McNEIL. In fund >n. loving memory or our dear
sister, Murd V. «ho died Api II II. VI I -Inseitel In her loving brotbei Hairy fun nitivc ten lee) and lister, lute Robinson, Le» Uiium,
MARX.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our
d«r mother. Mary Marx, »ho dcp»rted this life
April 11, 1017.
We saw her suffer day hy day,
It caused us bitter grief
To sec her slowly pine away,
And could not give relief.
Inserted by her loy tug husband and children.
NICHOLLS.-In loving memory of mv dear wife, Susan
Nicholls, who departed this life April 11, 1016.
rhc blow- was great, the «hock severe, To part with one wc loy ed so dear. 'Tis «id but true, we wonder W'hy
Tile good arc always first to die.
Inserted by her loving husband and children, W. C.
NICHOLLS-In loving memory of our dear mother.
Susan, who departed this life April 11, 1910.
vie saw her suffering dav by day;
It caused us bitter grief
To sec her eloiily pine away, .
A nd could not gil e relief.
Inserted hy her loiing son and daughter-in-law, W. A. Nienolls and Sarah Nicholls.
NICHOLLS.--In loving memory of my dear mother, who
departed this life'April 11, 1010.
Two years baie passed; ho.r long it seems. In all my thoughts her face still beams. From memory's page I'll never blot , .'!'"'' ,it,,c word«. Forget mc not,
Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Emily and Stephen Sainsbury.
NICHOLLS-in loving memory of my dear mother,
susan, who departed this life April 11, 1916. Inserted ivy her loymg son. Leslie Con active sendee abroad).
SEDGERS- in loving rnemory of my dear husband,
Philip Sedgers, who departed this life April 11, 1917. Inserted by his lonely wife, K. G. Seagers.
SHERRIFF "ti,Ll0*1.ns «"»»»ranee of my dear sister, Ellen Sherriff, who died at Wellington, April 11,
sister, M." Brailé?Ct pïMe- lnsated * h" lovinS SLEATH- in loving memory of my best old friend, Ronald Edwin (Jim), who departed this life April 11th
One year has gone since the day
When my dearest friend passed away. God took him home, it was His will, Forget him? No, I never will.
Inserted by his old friend, Harry Sinclair.
SLEATH- in loving memory of my dearest friend,
Ronald Sleath (Jim), who departed this life April 11 1917
1 who love you sadly miss you
As it dawns another year,
In my lonely hourasof thinking
My thoughts are all of you, dear.
Inserted by his loving friend, Olive Berry.
STANFIELD.-In loving- memory of my dear father,
who died April 11, litlj; also our dear mother, who
died May 12, 1913..
Though death divides fond memory clings.
Inserted by their loving children and nons-in-law.
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of our dearly loved
son and brother, Alexander Norman, who departed this life April 11, 1912. Deeply mourned. Inserted by Ins loving father, mother, sister«, «nd brother«.
WARD~In loving memory of our dear daughter,
Katherine Madgee Ward, who departed this life April 11, aged 4 years and 11 months. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by- her loving mother and father, M. A. and R. F'. Ward, Gunnedah.
WHEELER.-In sad but loving memory of our darling
daughter and sinter, i.lslo Victoria, who departed this life April 11, 1917. "We who loved jou sadly miss you. Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brothers. Mrs. Lees and family, Dorris Ville, Annan-
WOLFENDEN.-In loving memory of mv dear husband
«and our father, who passed away April 10, 1915. In-
serted by his loving wife and children.
On Aotive Service.
AIIRADSEN.-in loving memory of our dear husband
and father. Sergeant A, Ahradseii, killed in action, Bullecourt. April 11, 1917, Lewis Gun Section, 13th
We mourn for Tqu in silence.
Inserted hy his loving wife and daughter, .Doreen.
ALEXANDER.-In loving memory of Private C. A.
Alexander (Charlie), killed in Trance, April 11,
He will swallow up death in ilclory; and the Lord God will wipe away tea« from off all faces. Ï..E.M. ASHTON,-In loving memory of my dear husband,
Clarence Albert, who was killed April 11, 1917, at Bullecourt, aged ad j care. Inserted by Mils lovinc wife, Ltezie Ashton. ?
ASHTON.-In loving memory of Pte. C. A. Ashton,
killed in action April 11, 1917, late 13th Battalion (previously reported missing).
But God will link'the broken chain Closer when we meet again.
Inserted by his loiing parents and brothers. George and Frank (on actiie service), and sister, -North Sydney.
ASHTON.-In loving memory of our dear son-in-law.
Clarence Albert, who was killed. April 11. 1917. at Bullecourt, aged 28 years. Inserted by his father in-law and mother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs, Tesch,
B S.NNATYNE.-In loving memory of mv dear son, Ptc.
O. J. JlRnnatyne, 1.1th Battalion, killed in action at Bullecourt, April 11, 1917. He died for hi« country. Inserted by his loving mother, M. Bunnatvnc.
BATES.-In loving memory of my dear son, Joseph
Bates, of lath Btittulion, late of ¡Bondi, klVcd in action, at Bullecourt, France, April 11. 1917. In- serted 'by father, Joseph Bates, Avenue, Hurst-
ville. Died a hero.
BEESON.-In loving memory of Gnr. II. L. (Harry)
Beeson, 110th How. Iltry., killed in notion at Ecoust St Mein, France. April 11, 1917, aged 31
A string is snapped in the ethoing lute, A chord In the harpioity fallen mute,
A taper quenched by a mighty breath, A gate unbarred by the band of death.
" Ile lies on the Held of honour in France, .with
Australia's illustrious death
Inserted hy his sorrowing mother, sister, and brother (returned).
BOON.-In loving memory of our dear brother., Lance
corporal Thomas II. Boon, 1st Battalion, died of wounds ill Frame, April 11, Hi.", Inserted Hy Iris loving sisters and brothers. Fred (on active service).
BOON.-In loving niemorv of my dear brother, Lance
corporal T. 11. Boon. ' killed In action in France, Apnl 11, 1917. Inserted by elster and brotber-in law, M. and J. E. O'Brien.
BROWN.-In loving memory of our dear son, Ptc.
Ernest Brown, killed in action Lagnicourt, April 11,
When alone In my sorrow and bitter tenrs flow, Theie stcaleth a dream of the sweet long ago,
Anti unknown to the world he stands by mv side And whispers those words death cannot divide. Inserted by his sorrowing parents.
BROWN.-In loiing memory of near brother, Private
Erna-t Brown, killed at Lagnicourt. April 11, 1917,
He braioly answered duty's call, lie gave his life for one and all.
Inserted hy his loving brother and sister-in-law,
Lance and Ada. - -
BROWN.-In loving memory of our dcir brother,
Private Ernest Brown, killed at Lagnicourt, April li,
His loving smile and friendly clasp
Are pleasant to recall.
He had a friendly word for each, ,.
And died beloved by all.
Inserted by his soirowing brother and sister, Irene -' and Eric. (
BROWN.»-In loving memory of our dear brother. Tri
late Ernest Brown, killed in action, in France, April 11, 1917, Inserted hy lils loving sister and brother in-law (on active service). Nellie and Jack, also nieces, Gladys, Dorl«, Muriel. Joyce.
Sleep on, dear Ernest.
We miss you most who loved you best.
BROWN.-In loving remembrance of our dear brother,
1'tc. Ernest, killed in action in France, April 11,
Rest, dear brother, sweetly rest,
' They miss you most who loved you best.
Inserted by his loving brothers. Aitliur and Leslie, lately returned.
BROWN.-In memory of our dear brother. Private
.Ernest Brown, killed in action April 11, 1017, Lagni- court. Inserted by his loving brothers, Frank and Harold. A day of remembrance sad to recall.
BROWN.-In loiing memory of my dear friend. Pie.
Ernie Brown, 40th Batt., killed In action In France, April 11, 1017.
The shock was hard the blow severe, '
To part with one I loved so dear; 'Tis sad, but true, I wonder why
The best are always first to die.
Inserted by his loving friend, JJ, Andrews, Rozelle. BUCHAN.-In loving memory of our dear son and
brother. Sergeant George Rutherford Buchan, 13th Battalion, who fell in action at Bullecourt, April 11, 1917. Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brothers.
BUCKINGHAM.-In sad and loving memory of our
dear brothers, Sam an George, who were killed side by side in France, April li, 1917. Badly missed. Inserted by their sister and-brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. O'Connor, Artlett-st, Rushcutter Bay.
BURNARD.-In loving memory of my dcot" ushantl,
Ptc. Hurry Human!, Killed in action at !.. Recourt, April 11, '1017.
COOPER.-In fond memory of Private Oliver Cooper,
luth- Butt., killed in action April 11, 1017. Inserted hy his bineeie friend, Delia Hutchinson.
CORMACK.-In lov lug" memory of our dear son, Stuart
George Keith, 13th Halt., killed in action at Bulle- court, April 11, wr7." '
Somewhere lu Franco, no matter where,
Ile wus just as near lo Heaven,
. As though ho bud lain on his bed at home,
" When the signal to ceaso was given. '
Inserted by lils loving father (munition worker) and
CORSÍAOK.-In loving memory of my dear grandson,
.Stuart, who wus killed in action at llullccouit, April
11, 1017. ,, - ' -
Sweet lo lemember him, oneo so near, Who, though ubscnl, is just us dear. Inserted by his grandmother.
CORMACK.-lu loving (memory of our dear brother,
Sinai t (Muck), killed lu action ut Bullecourt, April 11, 1017. , . J,
In iinswer to lils country's call, Ho gaic lils best, lils life, his all.
N Inserted liv lils only brothci, mid sister-in-law, ,antl
CORMACK.-In' loving memory of our dcor brother.
Sunni (.Mock), killed In actionnât Bullecourt, April
' Tlie memory of his laughing eyes,
And the nullo upon lils luce, i
Í Arc the constant visions memory bungs,
" For none can hil lil« piuco. ,,",',
Inserted by his loving sisters, Elsie, Gladys, and
CORMACK.-In loiing memory of Corporal Stuart Cor
muck, killed In action France April II,'1017.
A young life nobly ended. ,
Inserted by ltd. loving uncle, uunt, and, cousins, until George (oil active seivicc). '
CORNELL.-Iii loving memory of our "dear' son and
Inuther feimiuei). killed in union, France. Amil li, 1017. Insert«! by lil« loving father, mother, simms, mid biolhera.
DIVU.V.-Ui loving memory of our dcjrcsl and only
sou Private II. II. Dixon, lath lluttalioii, killed in Fra'ute, April 11, 1017. He gave his lire for lil» ? oiiiilry. Inserted hv Ids hu lug parents und sisters, DIXON -In loving memory of our dear brother. Pri-
vólo II. II. Dixon, Illili Haltiillon, killed in Frunce. \prll II, 1017. Inserted by his loiing sister and btotl'or-ln-liiw. Mvru and All; also nieces, Marian iinil Margaret Cullins.
DIMlV -In loving meinoiv of mv nephew, Pie.
II B Dixon, killet! in action, Bullecourt, 1'iaiac. April'11, 1017. ». Fisher.
niTMMI'TT-In horiowfnl remeiiihrunee of our durling I brother, Vrlvnte .1. II. (»anjo) Dlimmctt, killed ut
Bullecourt. \l>ril 11, W¡
Gone, but not forgotten,
I Instrted bv lils soirownig sister and brother In
lu«, Laura ami Jumes M'Cleer und I a in i y.
1HMMETI. Milt'! In action ni I nure, April 11,
I'MT Filiale .1 iiu-s H Uimumtt »Isa lils to uiutle. Private \\llli.i'i («ag) Suondcr*. late of Glebe.
Hiev (might ami fell .together
Itiscr"-! bv Ins loung shtir. Annie, and his mete and nephew, Alf and Horrie.
On Active Service.
DUMMETT.-Killed In action, at Bullecourt. April 11,
1911, Private James II. (Banjo), late of Glebe. In- serted by his loving brother, Joseph and slsler-in law, and family.
DUMMETT.-In loving memoir of our dear uncle, Pri-
vate J. II. (Rai-jo) Dnnimctt, killed at Bullecourt, April u, 1017. Inserted bv his lovlig nlocc and nephew, sis, and Kred ltro««Tt (on active H-rvleo), cousins. II red and Winifred; also friends, Mrs.
Saunders and Millie.
DUNN.-In lovliig memory of my dear son Private li.
Dunn, who was killed in action, France, April 11,
Sadly a mother is thinking of her soldier son who laid down his life just one year ago t. -day.
Inserted hy his fond mother, sisters, Mi.'y and Alice,
DUNN. - In loving memory of my dear brother, Pri-
vate H. Dunn, who was killed in action, April 11, 1917. Inserted by his sister, Bessie Bastock, and
EASON.-A tribute of love to the memory of Gunner
J. A. Bason (Jack), who fell in action in France on April S, 1017. In a foreign land lie rests; far away from those who loved bim best. Inserted by his loving friend, K. M.
EDWARDS.-In ever loving memory of my dear son
and brother, Archibald Laurence (Archie), killed in action, in France, April It, 1017.
Tile memory oí his laughing cyc.i,
The smile upon his face.
Are constant visions memory brings,
For none can fill his place.
Inserted by his loving mother and brother, Boy.
EDWARDS.-A tribute of love to our dear brother,
Archibald Laurence (Archie), killed in action, in France, April 11, 1017.
We who loved you sadly miss you.
Inserted .by lils loving sister and brother-in-law, Laura and Ted Clark, on activo service.
EDWARDS.-Iii loving memory of our dear brother,
Archibald Laurence (Archie), killed in action In France, April 11, 1017. To memory ever dear. Sadly missed. . Inserted by lils loving sister and brother, Carrie and George Da« les.
EDWARDS.-In loving memory of our dear brother,
Private Archibald Laurence (Archie), killed in action in ]?ranee, April 11, 3017. One of tho whitesL pearly loved. Sincerely mourned. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Ethel and Gooree Toll's. *
EDWARDS.-In loving memory of our dear brother,
Archibald Laurence (Archlp), killed in action, April
Sweet to remember him once so near,
, ,>vho, though absent, !s still just na dear.
Jnsertedby lils loving brother and sister-in-law Jim
and Aggie Edwards.
FLETCHER.-In loving memory of our dear son. Cap-
tain Basil G W. Fletcher. 13th Batt., killed ¡n action at Bullecourt. April 11, 1017. Inserted by Emily and
J. C. Fletcher.
FLETCHER.-In loving memory of our dear brother Ä 'I?0,1?' ?;\',,t¡.in Baíil George Wellard Fletcher, 1.1th Batt., killed in action at Bullecourt April 11, lilli. Inserted by his brothers and nephews, Capt. Cecil Fletcher, Q.M.-scrgt. E. P. Fletcher, and nephews, Lieut. II. F. Gascoigne-Roy, Lieut. H. H. Gascoigne-Roy (all on active service), and Privato J. E. Gascoigne-Roy (returned).
FLETCHER.-In loilng memory of our dear brother
and brother-in-law, Captain Basil o. W. Fletcher, 13th Batt., killed in action April 11, 1017. Inserted hy Maude and Henry Gascoicnc-Hov, Eugenic and ttaltenis le Brun Broun, Ruby and Fred., Melba and Warrant-olllcer (I. L. Riddell, and nieces, Janet -and Lynnic Broun, and Myee Cascoignc.Roy.
FLETCHER.-In loving remembrance of our dear son
and brother, Basil, who was killed in France, April 11,
His King and country called him. , Inserted hy lils loving lather and mother, John anil Emily Fletcher, and brother, Lt. Cecil (on r.ctlve ter
FLETCHER.-In loving memory 6f our dear brother,
«nail, killed in action, April 11, 1017. Cone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Melba and George Riddell.
FOWLESS.-In loving mcrn.ry of our dear son and
brother, L.-cpl. A. G.' 8. Fowless, who was killed
at Bullecourt, April 11, 1017.
, In answer lo his Empire's call
Ile gave lils best, his life, lils oil.
Inserted by his affectionate parents, sisters, brothers, HUSKELL.-In loving mcnion* of our' dear son and
brother, John lluskcll, killed in action. April 11,
Missing aye, for all times missing,
One that home so ill could spare. But the roll call over youder '
Will not find him missing there.
Inserted by his loving mother and father, brother«, and sisters, Arthur, Mary, and How. .
IlUSKELL.-In loving memory of our dear cousin, John
lluskcll, killed In action, April 11. 1017. Inserted by his loting cousins, Bert, Elsie, and Will (on
. active sendee).
JONES.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Pic.
George Jones, killed in action. France, April 11,
1017, ngfd 2-i years.
Ile gate his life for his country, '
Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Roma.
JONES.-In sad and loving memory of our dear son
and brother, Private George Jones, who was killed in action April 11, 1017.
The shock wai, great, the blow severe. To part w'ith one we loved so dear.
'Tis sail, but tiuc, tve wonder wiiv.
Tbe good arc always the first to die.
Inserted hy bl" loving father and mother, sisters, and brothers, Five Dook. ¡
JONES.-In sail and loving-memory of my dear nephew,
Private George Jones, who was killed in action, April 11,. 1017.
Inserted hy Auntie Alice, N.Z.
JORDAN.-lu loviiiï uiemoiy of our dear son and
brother, Edward M. (Ted), killed in action in France, Apsil 11, 1917, aged 21 tears 11 months. Inserted'hy his loving luiront« and sister. *
ItAEHLER.-Lieutenant Churl.*, killed lu action in
Kraute, April 11, 1017. Iiisei'cd by lila loving brother and ti to-in 1 w. I., anil E. Kachler, Rose- dale, Mart'listrect, Lillioinhe.
KAEHLI'R.-Lieutenant Charles, killed In action In;
France, April 11, 1017. Insulted hy lil- loving cousin», J. und V. llummertoii. O Sydnc» -street, Marrickville. KNIGHT.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Pte.
Norman Dunstan, who passed away April 11, 1916. Inserted by Elsie, Barbara, and Cyril Knight.
LAMB.-In loving memory uf my dear husband, and
our father, Private Edgar Lamb, killed In uc.lon In
France, April 11, 1017.
In the cause of right and freedom
Answeicd lie his country's call.
And beneath Hie Empire's banner ' .
Sacrificed his life, lils nil.
Inserted by his loving wife and children. ' *"
LAMB.-In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law,
Edgar, killed m action, France, April 11, 1017.
So ready he answered the cull to the brave,
Although be now sleeps In n far distant grave. Inserted by Mollie and Harold, on active service.
M'GI.I'.-In loving memory of Ptc. Bryan M'Gce,
killed in Fiance, April 11, J017. Inserted by lu» loving father and sister. Nellie.
McGEE.-In loving memory of Brian J. McGee, re-
ported missing at Bullecourt, April 11, 1917. In- serted by his sincere friends, Win, Nell, and Mill
MACDONALD.-Killed in action. France, April 11,
1017, Alexander Lyle MacDonuld, lath Batt., loved husband of Lila MacDuiiald. s
MACDONALD.-In sad but loving memory of my
dear son and our dear brother, Alec, 1.1th Battalion, killed in action April 11, at Bullecourt. Rest, dear soldier brother, rcbt. Wc miss you most who lote ? j-ou best. Inserted by his sorrowing mother, bro-
MACDONALD.-Killed in action, France, April 11.'
1017, Alexondcr Lyle MncDonald. 18th Batt, beloved son-in-law and brother-in-law of Florence und Charles Jackaman. ,
MARKHAM.-Killed in action, France, April 11, 1917,
Chester Markham, beloved by all. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law. Flo and Les Best. MELL.-A tribute to the memory of our dear friend.
Private Henry Alexander (Alec) Mell, who «vas killed in action, in France, April 11, J017. Inserted hy Mrs. Telfer und family.
MENZIES.-In loving memory of our dear son, Prl
vutc John Menzies, aged 21 years, killed in action, at Bullecourt, Franco. April II, 1017.
Far away from all who loved him,
In a hero's grave he Iles,
And though lils body restctb,
His memory never dies.
Inserted by lils loving parents and brother, on active
MENZIES.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Pri-
vate Jack Menzies, killed In action, France, April
lie rose responsive to his country s call, Jlc gave his best, his life, lils all.
Inserted by lils loving sister, Mary and brother-in
NOBLET.-In loving memory of our dear son and bro-
ther. Ptc. Charles .Noblet, killed in action April 11,
Some day, some time, our ojes sholl sec The dear face we hold in memory,
And Christ shall link the broken cnaln . Still closer when wo meet again.
. Inserted by his loving father, mother, brother, and
NOULtCT.-In sad and loving memory of pur dear bro-
ther, Ptc. Charles Noblet, who was killed in action
in vrancc, April 11, 1017.
A' young life nobly ended. .
Inserted by lils loting sister'and brother, M. and «.
NOBLET.-In loving memory of Private Charles L.
Noblet, lau 13th Butt., killed in Bullecourt, April
11, 1017, aged 21 .tear».
Ile died as he lived.
Inserted by lils friend, Naomi Browning.
A heart that ne'er forgets.
RICHARDSON.-In memory of our dear son and bro-
ther, Roheit'Murray, killed In action, l'runec, April 11, 1017. Inserted bv his father, mother, brothers, Harold (returned) and Gordon.
ROSS.-In loving momory of our dear brother. Corporal
N. Ross, killed in action April II, 1017. also Ina be- loved brother, Leonard, who died of wound» July Jl, 1010, in France, bcluved sons of Mr, and Mrs. Ross, Deniliquin. Inserted by their loving brother and sWIcr-ln-law, Bert and .Mollie. Banksia.
RYAN.-In loving memory of our dear son and brothel,
Ptc. .1. P. Rjuii, killed in action in irancc April 11, 1017. II.I.l'. Inserted by his loving father, John Ryan,, and sisters Della und .«'ellie, Mary Ben-
nett, oiid Kudo Hunter.
SAUNDERS.-lu loting memory of my dear husband,
Private William (Wag) Saunders killed in action
in Bullecourt, April 11, 1017.
Inserted by his,loving wile, Alma, and son, Willie.
SAUNDERS.-In sail and loving memory of our dar-
ling son», Privóte William (Wag) Saunders, killed in action at llulltrourt, April II, 1017; also Prltate Fred .Saunders, killed at Pozieres, July 35, 1010.
Farewell Wag and Fred for ever.
Wc will never see our sons again,
Fur well ive know that on the Holds of Irancc
You each are numbered with the slain.
Inserted bv their sorrowing parents, william and
SAUNDERS.-In sorrowful remembrance of my darling . brothers, Private Willi. (Wag) Snimdrr», killed at
Bullecourt, April 11, 1017; als'i I'liviilc I'rod Sann deis, killed at I'lirirrcs. July S-'., 1010.
Far .nvvuv on the field of buttle,
There ''midst tbe shot and shell,
111 delence of those tiley loved dearly
Mv darling brothers fell. ' ' '
Inserted bv their - «/riot« lug sister, Millie, and friend, 11. 'Wilkinson (returned).
SAUNDERS.-In sorrowful remembrance ol my darling
brothers, Prbate William (Wag) Saunileis, kil'id at lliilleeonil. Apiti li. 1017; also Private Fred Saunders, killed at Pozieres, July 25, 1017.
Thev fought for those thev luvet! so dear,
That we ma« all live flee,
And on the battlefield, of Franco
Gave their lives for you and me.
IiiBcrteil bv their loving sister, S.s, brother-in-law, Fred llrown (on acllic'senIce), nephew and ulcce,
Freil and Winlfml.
SAI'M-I'll"5- In loving memory of our dear friend.
Private William (Wag) Saundeis, Ulled at t'ulle. ,ourl. April 11. IHI7. Whrn duty called ho fillcred not. Inserted bv his sincere friends, James and Lama M'Clccr and family.
On Active Service.
SINGLETON.-In loving memory of my dear coasln,
1017 xkl°r, »ho was killed lu Frunce April 11,
In a hero's grave lie Is lying,
Somewhere in Franro he fell. Little I knew when «e parted
It was our lust fuicttcll.
inserted by |i|b loving cousin. Ethel Singleton "
SPRING.-In and hut loving ineinury of our tlurling
son und brother, Private william Spring, killed in notion, in Irailcc. April 11, 1017 (missing), 1,1th
joins-Hfe ***** A bm<' cn,li"K t0 ° "0b,°
So young, yet full nf lulour,
He heard the Empire's call; Ile faced the foe unfaltering,
And gave Ins life, his nil.
inserted hy Ins sorrowing mother, Mrs. Spring, bro- ther and sister, Sid. und Gwendoline, Hnrclilcnc, Ben wick-street, Drummoyne. '
SPRING.-In sad but loving memory of my darling
brother. Private William Spring, killed In «ellon, i" ïrauce' A,,rl1 n- lnl7 (missing), 13th Battalion, aged l8 years. The supremo sacrifice. A young llfo
I mourn for you in silence,
My thoughts of von aro ever near, And jour loving face I picture,
As I shed a silent tear.
Inserted bv his sorrowing sister, Nurse Spring, Rojal Hospital. Paddington.
SPRING.-In «ad hut loving memory of my dear
brother, Private William hpring, killed in action, in . Tlcc. APrll 11, 1017, aged l8 years. 18th Bat r> talton. In honour's cause. Previously reported mis
Lord grant in victory,
That his hfe baa not been given in vain,
inserted by his sorrowing sister, Mrs. 13. l'otlpbar, and niece, Baby Elva l'otlpbar, Hazeldene, Drum-
SPRING.-In sad but loving memory of our dear and , ¡ovlng nephew and grandson, Private William Spring,
killed in action in France, April 11, 1017, aged l8 years, 13th Battalion. He gave Ills life for lils
His actions speak though his voice is still Forget him? No, vie never will.
Inserted by his sorrowing aunt, Mrs. Williams, grand- ma, Mrs. Edgar, and uncle William, Wollongong. S1EWAR.T.-In loving memore of my dear son and our
dear brother, Pic. Jack Stewart, killed in action
April 11. 1017.
Somewhere in France they have laid him,
Our soldier so bruie and so tme.
He fought for our freedom and liberty,
I And died 'neath the Red, White, and Blue.
Inserted by his loving pirents, sister, and brothers, Frank and Charlie (on active sendee), late Goodooga. SUTTON.-In sad and loving memory of my dear anti
only son, Alfred Max. who was killed in notion April
11, aged 21 years.
Iho shock waa great, the blow severe, To part willi one 1 lovesl so dear; - It's sad. but true, we wonder why
The good arc alivavB the first to die.
Inserted by his sad and loving mother, Dolly Sutton,
People's Palace, Pitt street.
SUTTON.-In loving memory of our dear friend. Pri-
vate A. M. Sutton (Max), killed In action in France, April 11. 1017.
He gave his life for his country.
Inserted by lus loving friends, Bella Herrmann, and
son. Ted, on active sen tee.
SUTTON.-In loiing memory of my dear friend, Pte.
A. M Sutton (Mas), reported killed in action April 11, 1017, need al yeorif. Inserted by lils loving friend, Emily Adams.
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of my beloved husband
and my doddy. L -corporal George Fredrick Thomp- son, 13th Battalion, killed in action, at Bullecourt, France, April 11, 1017, aged 25 years.
George, for yon my tears are falling. And for you my.soul is calling, Time cannot alter love so true,
This day brings back mv grief anew.
Tor I will love jon willie life docs last
Inserted by his sad and lonely wife, Rita, ant! little
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of my beloved son and
brother, L.-corporal G. F. Thompson, 13th Battalion, Ulled in notion, at Bullecourt, Franco. April 11, 1017, aged 2ö .years; brother of the late Private W. II. Thompson.
Oh, for n touch of the vanished hand, Or a sound of the voice that is still.
Inserted by his loving falber and mother, and sisters, Gladjs, Katie, Lisrlo, and llarrj'.
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of our loving brother,
'...corporal O. F. Thompson, 13th Battalion, killed In action, at ¡Riillccotirt, April 11, aged 25 j-ears. Ile died as he lived, honourably. Inserted by lils loving brother and slstcr-In-law. Albert and Vera. THOMPSON.-In loving memory of L.-eorp. T. I'.
Thompson, killed in action April 11, 1017, the be- loved brother of late W. II. (Bill) Thompson, killed in action August 4, 1010. Beloved jicphcws and cousins of Mrs. Chambers, Lillie, Ossie, anti Sergeant Ernie and Alfie and Fred (on active service abroad). THOMPSON.-In loving memory of L.-corp. George
Thompson, aged 26, killed Bullecourt, April 11, 1017; also Pic. WiUmore Thompson, killed August i, 1018, Pozieres, dearly beloved brothers of James (returned) and Mary, uncles of Albert and Nellie.
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of our beloved nep
hew anti cousin, L.-cor|ioral G. F. Thompson, 13th Biltallon, killed In action, at Bullecourt, France, April 11, aged 25 years. At rest. Inserted by lils loving aunt and uncle, anti cousins, Sapper W. II. Higgins (on. active service), L.-corporal F. Hem- mings (relumed home).
THORNLEY.-In loving memory of my dear husband,
Lieut James Walter Tlmmlej'. 13th Battalion, killed In action in France, April 11, 1017. Sadly missed. " Inserted bv his loving wife, Ella, and children,
?lack and Enid.
THORNLEY.-In proud memory of Lieutenant Walter
Thornlej-, killed In France April 11, 1017, 13th Bat- talion, leaving a wife and two children.
Lord grant us victory
- That lils life bo not In voln.
Inserted by Onpt. A. E. Yates (on arrive service), ! and .Min. A. E. Yates, PuilJi'igton.
TILLEY.-In loring memory of our dearest brother
und mv fond uncle, Lanee-corppnil Ernie Tilley, killed at Builecontt, April 1], 11117.
le tl'ed us he lived.
Ilunouied und loved hy «II.
Inserted by lils hiving brother^ sister-in-law, and niece, Rupert, Leah, mid Clure Wilson.
TILLEY.-In sail and luilng memory of our dear
brother. Ern, «hu was killel in action. April 11, 1017. Dearly lovrtl and sadlv missed by his sor- rowing sisters, Ncl.'e und Muggie.
TRY.-In lo'leg 'netrcry of Lance corporal Ernest
Christine 'Iry, killel in onion, Irancc, April 11, 1017. Iib- body beneath n, loreign skj.
Ills soul al home with God.
Inserted hy Christina, Idu, Adrian, and Madge.!
WARNER.-In loi lug nirpoiv '^f our dear brother,
Sergeant F. Warner. 10th llitt., killed In action, April 11, 1017. at Btillecooii.
Ile died a hero, luove nuil true. -" Inserted by his sister and brother, Ada and .Willie,
WARREN.-In lovuig memory of Roi-, who »as killen
In action at Bullecourt on April 11, 1017, youngest son of Mrs. J. Warren, of 12 Mimro-slrect, North Sydney. Inserted by his loving mother, sisters,
WlllTCHUnClt.-In loving memoiy o( our dear and
only son, Will, killed in action. Frunce, April 11, 1017. Inserted by his sorrowing mother and father.
A noble sacrince.
.WIUTOIIURCH.-Yn sorrowful remembrance of our dear
brother. Will, killed in action in France, April 11, 1017. Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, Nita
. and Clive Lascelles.
WHITCIIURCIL-In ead memory of my dearly loved
and only brother, Will, killed in action, in France, April 11, 1017. His sister. Tilly.
WIHTCHURCH.-In «ad remembrance of our dear
nephew. Will, killed in action, Frunee, April 11,
1017. R. »ntl E. Edwards.
WHITCIIURCIL-A tribute of remembrance of our deur
nephew, William Whltcliiirch, killed In France, 1017. Inserted by lils loving aunties.
WHITCHUROIL-In loving memory of our dear nephew,
Private William Whltcburch, killed in action, in Trance, April 11, 1017. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Chambers, di King-street, city.
WIHTCHURCH.-In memory of my best friend, Billy
V hltchurch, died In action, at Bullecourt, France, April 11, 1017. Inserted hy Reg. Fitzpatrick.
WlltTCHUROH.-A tribute of love to the. sad memories
o( mv dear friend, Ptc. Willum Wmteliurch, killed in France April 11, 1017.
In a soldier's grave he Is lying,
Somewhere In France ho fell, Word« cannot tell the loss
Of tile one I loved so well.
Inserted by his loving friend, Horrie Jones.
?WHITCHUROH.-W. Whltchurch killed in ac-
tion, April 11, 1017. Inserted by his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Moorhead, Florrie. Reuben, Millie, and Hughie. , , , , .
WYATT.-In loving memory of my dear son,and Pro-
filer. Corp. Henry Ernest Wyatt, aged 21 years, who died of wounds April 11, 1017, after over two years active, service. "
'Tis sweet lo know we'll meet again ' Where partings are no more.
Inserted by lils sorrowing mother and sister, May.
WYATT.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Corp.
Henry Ernest Wyatt, aged 21 years, who tiled o! wounds April 11, 1017, after over two years' active
Memories of his upright waj-fi
". . Will linger with me all my dnvs. ,
Inserted by lils loving brothers, Leslie, Albert, and
WYATT.-In loving memory of Corporal Henry' Ernest Wyatt, who diet! of wounds Amil 11, 1017, aged 21.
Greater love balli no man. Inserted by S. G. Wjalt. '
WYATT-In loving memory of my dear brother, Cor
poral Henry Ernest- Wyatt, aged 21 years, who tiled of wounds April 11, 1017. An Anzac.
Could I have been there in that hour of dcnlli
To hove caught the lust faint sigh of Iii« parting
breath. , . ,
Ills last faint «I* 1 might have heard.
- And breathed in his car o porting word. Inserted by his Burrowing sister. Emma.
YOUDAN.-In loving memory of our dear son and bro-
ther Pte. T. G. Youdan, killed in action, Bullecourt, April 11, 1917. Inserted by his loving parents, sis ters, and brother.
Mrs SMITH and FAMILY mill Mrs MURDOCH and
FAMILY desire to icturn THANKS lo friends und fishermen of Coogee for sympathy in their sad be