FALKINER.-July 6, at Matlock Mansions, Dandenong-
road, Melbourne, the wife of Otway Falkiner-a son. MACKENZIE.--July 4, 1918, at Delvina, Orange, the
wife of Hector Mackenzie-a daughter.
ORR (nee Jeannie Brown).-July 6, 1918, to Mr. and
Mrs. J. Orr, of Victor-street, Chatswood-a son (Morris John).
ROBERTS.-June 27, at Nurse Burgess' private hospi-
tal, Murrumburrah, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roberts
--a son (Douglas Haig).
BRAY-McKENZIE. - May 27, at Port Said, Egypt, Cap-
tain Reginald A. Bray, of P. and O. Company, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Bray, of Croydon, Eng- land, to Sister Mary E. McKenzie, of Austalian Army Nursing Service, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. McKenzie, Ewenton-street, Balmain.
CRAGO-MOODIE -May 22, at St. Andrews Church,
Benalla, by the Rev. A. C. M'Connan, Frederick Cecil, fourth son of the late Mr. F. Crago and Mrs. Crago,, of Lanreath, Strathfield, Sydney, to Agnes Irene, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Moodie, of
SYME-PERDRIAU.-June 15, 1918, at Woodbridge,
Beecroft, W. A. Syme, second-lieutenant, Royal Air Force, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Syme, of Richmond, Surrey, England, to Hazel, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perdriau, of Woodbridge,
ANDREWS.-July 9, 1918 at Mater Misericordiae Hos-
pital, North Sydney, Amy Andrews, of 24 William- street, North Sydney, aged 42 years.
BIDDULPH -July 5, 1918 at her daughter's residence,
Merrigang-street, Bowral, Ellen Biddulph, aged 87
years 9 months.
COOK --July 9, 1918, at his sister's residence, 19
Sydney-street, Erskineville, Thomas Cook, aged 82 years. By request no flowers.
CREER - July 5, 1918, at Balmain Hospital, Elizabeth
Beveridge, beloved wife of Edward Thomas Creer.
FLANAGAN. -July 5, at Orange, Margaret, relict of
the late Patrick Flanagan, of Orange, aged 78. May she rest in peace.
GUERIN.-July 9, at her residence, 2 Railway-street,
Sydenham, Elizabeth Guerin, in her 76th year. Forti- fied by the rites of the Catholic Church. R. I. P.
HOOKE.-July 9, 1918, at Erribel, Powell-street, Kil-
lara, Louisa Barbara, widow of the late Augustus Hooke, of Tia River, Walcha.
KELLY.-July 9, 1918, at his residence, Cleveland
Hotel, Buckingham-street, city, David, husband of the late Elizabeth Kelly, aged 76 years. R.I.P.
LEE.-July 4, 1918, at Larras Lake, Jane, dearly be-
loved wife of James Lee, aged 89 years.
LUCKMAN.- July 9, at the Children;s Hospital,
Camperdown, Douglas Harold Luckman, aged 5½ months, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luckman, of Elshar, Service-avenue, South Ashfield.
McCRAIG.-July 8, 1918, at her residence, Warrane,
Bateman's road, Hunter's Hill, Bridget McCraig, aged 79 years. R.I.P.
MUNRO.-July 9, 1918, at his residence, 68 Charles-
street, Erskineville, Allan, beloved husband of Jessie Munro, in his 77th year.
O'CONNOR.-July 9, at Sydney Hospital, Charles
O'Connor, father of Private J. J. O'Connor (on active service), and Miss Nora O'Connor, and friend of Mrs. Wood, Myra, Lawrence-street, Alexandria.
PECK.-- May 28, at the Sanatorium, Waterfall, N.S.W.,
Tom, the beloved husband of Nellie Peck, Sydney,
and beloved youngest son of the late John and Mary Ann Peck, for many years residents of Surry Hills: also the beloved youngest brother of Emily Jones and Alice Foulston (W.A.), aged 46. Deeply regretted.
TABOR.--July 8, 1918, Thomas, relict of the late
Matilda Tabor, in his 68th year. Interred Botany Cemetery, July 9. R.I.P.
WATSON.--July 5th, 1918, Eliza Percival (Perce), young-
est daughter of the late George Cobham and Mary A. Watson, late of Marina, Ryde.
ROLL OF HONOUR.
BARNIER.-Killed in action at Polygon Wood, Sep-
tember 28, 1917, Private Arthur Dallas, dearly loved eldest son of A. and E. Barnier, Clomantagh, O'Brien-street, Bondi, 56th Batt. One of the best.
BROOKS.-Sergeant Sydney Thos. Brooks, transferred
from 35th to 33rd Battalion, killed in action in France June 25, beloved husband of A. M. Brooks (Ansley, Iceton-street, Burwood) and father of Syd- ney Edward. He died for his country.
CAMPBELL- Killed in France June 13, 1918, Herbert
Horace Campbell, 1st Batt. aged 19 years. Yonungest son of Mr. John Campbell, 88 Nichols-street, Surry Hills. He answered his country's call.
CATHER - mod of non"''« In Prince on June 11
lflP' Allert Fme«t Cither he.*, brloyed Irlend of George R CnronneM ton active service!
Memoria in Fterrm
CROWLEY -T lout Clive Stanley Crowley D C M
ff-lrd Bnttnllnn rile, of wounds in Prince limo Y 1P1R ho! roH son of Mr J Crowley. Cob! adah
«ration vii Rarnbi
FLETT -Killed In action In France Vovemher 0
1017 Pto Henry Manning riett »econd son o! Lewi« S JHott
COGGIN -I, corrt. T A Coggin 20th Brattalion
killoe i" nc*ion lune It T*!^ aged £J year« and 11 mnntli« dcnrlv loi d brntt or or M-rinn O nnrt TtortTiiT i H (Vo-cnn nlio roi oh tnvoH sion on o' V F Tmrv Tien Ellen, Rocky Point road Rock
d«l» An »nrae
JOHNSON -Bernard rriftnn Johnson (Bernie stephen)
ki'led In notion Time 11 111« Honour without a ctiln In crtod by Ms Invl"" aunt Our-onle Her min and cousin» Prifton Morton May Is
SILLER-Died of Mi rio« nrcldp»M1y received In
r->"lind Ciir~enn C-rtiln Roy Allen Wnr M It
Cb M second «on of J W and A I Sl'Jor H"iV of A stmTi«ii Dubbo aged 21 voir« Bv cable TAYLOR -Sinner lohn Osnir Tivlnr 11th Field
r*nmpi>nv F"o|npcrs died of wnun 1« In France Time 21 111S ared 1*1 yoars son of Mr and Mrs James Tailor rt1 Ro««er s+i-oet Ucffolle brother cf Virrare) rtirtlctt, Alice Kirkby, and R, Taylor Deeply regretted
AUGUST -In Joying memory of our dear husband and
fitter John A wist yvho died In Vewnetle Hosnl
tal filly io 10J7 Inserted by M lohanson and son, Tuck Newe»» io paper please cony
BADHAM -A trib Ite of everlasting love »ml ro.
mern! nnop to tbo merrinrv of S dnov Thom-»« Bad lum ni n met his dontb In a boating fatality at
Tw»cd noidi Inly in um
Wl-en alone In mv sorrow nnd hlfter tear« flow, There «toilrth a dreim nt a dear long ago
And unknown to this world he «fand« by mr «Ido
.nd u-1 isners these word« "Death cinnot dliido" In'^ftod by his «yer loving wife and children Casino, Richmond River
BLACKMORE -In Jot-ing remembrance of mv dearlv
boloyed fi'her WIlHim Chrstonher H ackmnre who denarfed thl« life Tuly 1 lOJI ln«»rtod b bl« loving son lohn »nd dauchter in laiv Tvn RIP
BOOTH -Tn memory of my dear wife, Elsie May, who
died li lv Id lol«
'viy-Jnnr in Tbv gracious keening.
Tone 1 noyy tnv dear wife sleeping
Inserted f,v nrr loy-Ini? J" «hand «nd daughter, 0 T
Booth Henderson road Alexandria,
BOOTH - In Joying memory of our dmr beloved
dinghier Elsie May, who departed tills life Inly IO. 1°'«
Today as v,e care at your photo,
?V our lil enrss so fnithful and true. Do von know ot r honrts nre nrhlng
Kvâ longing dear P'sle for vou
Insertoil bv hpr lmfn^ mother and «tepfathcr, Mr
and Mrs. J. W. Starr.
BOOTH -In loving memory of onr dear beloved sister,
Elsie May who departed this life July 10, 1916.
Death took you from our home, But never from our hearts.
Inserted by her loving sisters and brother, Edith, Edna, Dorothy, and Albert.
BOOTH.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Elsie
May, who passed away July 10, 1916 .
Forget you, no we never will:
Your dear kind face we picture.
When daya are dark and friends are few,
Darling sister we long for you.
Inserted by her loving brother and sister-in-law, Arthur and Mary Anderson.
CANNON. -A tribute of everlastlng love to the memory
of our dear mother. Rose Cannon, who died July 10, 1916, aged 46.
Long days and nights she bore in pain,
To wait for cure was all in vain, But God alone, Who thought it best,
D'd ease her pain and give her rest, Inserted by her loving husband and family.
CHRISTIE -In loying rr.mnt- nf our dear mother and
OTtin Joiotbor Miry 1 CllH*!le yylio dpivirtpil lilla life Julv in 1017 Inrerlrd I y her loving daughter ind «¡on in lnty Ada ard Ar htir Day, and grand dincMer Ivv al^o friend Mi\ Doone
CORRIGAN- In loving memory of Mine Louise be
loicd wife of rd F Corrigin «ho died Tidy 8 min after a Ion" lillies« ared SI y ears Interred at 1-oJ wood, July 10 Inserted by dad and son
DABINETT - In Toying memorv of our dear mnther
who died at Pnrrdinoon Tuly 10 1010 aged tw rear» Ir'ertod hy her loving chu tren «nd grand oi Urtrcn also grandson« Inolt Will, Perce Sid Horrv and Tm (on active sendre)
DABINETT-A tribute of loye to tbe memory of my
dc-ir mother ivan d'ed Tilly 10, J"18 at Pindanoon ^eyo^ 'ore tten by her loving daughter «nd eon in law Henry and Jane B armann «nd family
FEGAN- In fond memory of Daniel Fegan who died
Julv 10 1C17 «red 49 y earn Tiro iescat Inserted bv his beloted wife and eon, Tilly and Bernard
HARRISON-In loving memory of our dear «on
Josenh Horace wno aensrted ti is life Tuly 10 10 4 Though death dil (des fond memory clings Inserted bv his loving parent*, brothers, sisters
HEWITT-In Joying memory of our dear wlfs and
mother. Sarah Hewitt, who passed away July 10,
We miss you most who loved vou best
Inserted by loving bn«i md and daughter and »on
ir law E «nd L Brebner
ISBERG -In loving memory of our dear mother. Gus
annih Mary who departed thli life July 10 mm ToKerted hr her loving son and daugrter in law.
Occur and Fssle
ISBERG -In loving memory of our dear mother. Sus
annih Mary Isbprg who depirted this life lulj in, IPI« Inserted by her loilng daughter and «on In law Kate »nd Bert Robertson, and grandchild
ISBERG -In loving memor. of my ileir mother
Susannah Isbprg who passed awi} Julv 10, 101Ö
k good mot! cr yylio did lier duty, God now grant her icst
insorte 1 bv her loving son, li llllam hbonf, on active sen Ice abroad
ISBERG -In Joy Ing memory of my dear mother,
Buaannah Isberg yvlio pawl «any lulv 10, 101«
Sb" alyyavs had a leln|ng hand
lor those »bo ne"ded help
She ney er spoke of what nhe did,
But kepi it to herself
ïnicrted by her lo ing son and daughter In law, Mnliir and hale Ibt'org
ISBERG -In loy Ing memory of my dear mother
?.«.mab Har. Isberg, «ho departed this life Jub, 10,
TI« re is a link death cannot sever
Loving remembrance-which las»« fir ever Inserted by |icr loy Ing daughter Tlnrric
JONES-In loilig memory of ni} deir husband mid
our father. Will oin Junes who riled sudleniy July JONES at 02 VV llllam street city Inserted hy his loi Ing wifo. Ant}, and children, Daphne, Willie, and
JONES.-In memory of my dear «on Idgnr Allen
Jones, »lio passed away lu!} 10 1018 «re S2 voir« Ins rted by lila lather, G A Jone», 180 George itrctt
KUMSAY -In loving memorv of my dear hiishand dud
our dear father George Kumsay, .¡ho dcp«rtedI this life July 10 1017 dearlv beloved hiishmd of Fllra bath and (»ther of Malaie. Daisy. Jack, Basil, and Cecil (Killed in action)
MARTIN-In loving memory of our dear mother
Annie Martin, wuo passed «wa.» lulv 10, 1011 In wrfed b} bcr mn anl daughter In layv, JaiK an I
a. Ulm-In loiinr memory of mi ilttr wlfo and mr
mother. Annie Wirtin, mo de, arted this life July 10, 1011. Inrerti-d by her loving husband anti fain t*_r; al» Cecil Wallace (on active service)
MADEDOWS-In loving meinury of our Douglas Mad
«ase died July. Ittu. to felsi»th_MM, Uf,