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BIRTHS.

DICKSON.-April 27, at Baroda . private hospital, Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Dickson, Milpete, Balti- more-street, Campsie-a son (Ronald Maxwell).

ELVY (nee Lily White).-- April 28, at Nurse Win- ter's private hospital, Newtown, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Elvy, of Darlington--twin sons, (Keith and Ronald).

GIFFIN (nee Gladys Edwards).-- April 9, at Clio, Homebush-road. Strathfield, to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Giffin--a son (Malvern Lloyd).

GRIFFITHS.-- April 26, at Burilda, Summer Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. James Griffiths, Tettenhall, Abbotsford-

a son.

HAWKE.-- April 15, at Main-road, Corrimal, to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hawke--a son (Kenneth Robertson).

JUSTELIUS.-- April 20, 1927, at Seacombe private hospital, Drummoyne, to Mr. and Mrs. E. R.

Justelius--a son.

LATHAM.-- May 8, at Beresford-road, Strathfield, the wife of Oliver Latham, M.B., M.Ch.-a son.

LITCHFIELD.-- April 28, 1927, to Mr. and Mrs. John Litchfield, of Koompartoo, Gulgong--a son.

NEW.-- April 8, at Carringbah, Camden, to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. New, of Werombi--a daughter (Joy Margaret).    

PRICE.-- April 16, at Brooklyn private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Price, of Kogarah-- a son.

WILCKEN.-- April 29, at Cooinda private hospital, Neutral Bay, to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilcken, of Elles- mere, Woolwich-road, Woolwich - a son.

WOOD.-- April 18, at Nurse Molyneaux's private hos- pital, Goulburn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wood, Cole

Park--a son.

MARRIAGES.

DEE-BOULTON.-- March 11, 1927, at St. Stephen's, Sydney, by Rev. McVittie, Alphons James Dee, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Dee, of Brisbane, to Mona Edith, only child of Mrs. Little, of Wollongong.

SYMONS-CLEMESHA.-April 9, 1927, at St. Ste- phen's Church, Sydney, Alfred James, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Symons, Hurstville, to Alice Bertha, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benson Cle- mesha, Haberfield.

GOLDEN WEDDINGS.

KILLICK-GLOVER.-- May 4. 1877, at St. Stephen's Church, Newtown, by the Rev. Canon Taylor, Fredrick P. Killick. youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kingston Killick, ot Islington, England, to Isabella Glover, youngest daughter ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Glover, of Derby House. Derwent-street,   Glebe. Present address: Melrose, Johnston-street, An-

nandale.

SILVER WEDDINGS.

HENDY--WHEELER.-- May 7, 1902, at St. Paul's Church, Riverstone, by the Rev. G. Manning, William James, son of William and the late Mrs. Hendy, to Florence Elizabeth, daughter of the late Robert and Mrs. Wheeler. Present address: Braeside, Foster

street, West Ryde.

DEATHS.  

BARKER - April 26, 1927, Jessie Barker, wife of the late Rev. Hugh Barker, daughter of late Reuben Uther, born in Sydney, November 19, 1838.

BEATSON.-- April 30, at his residence, Allowrie. Church Hill, Wollongong, John Archibald Beatson,   aged 68 years. At rest.

BURKE.-- April 19, Mother Mary Angela Burke, Presentation Convent, Lismore, in the 29th year of her religious profession. R.I.P.

CHOWNE.-- May 8, 1927, at his residence, Swansea. Northcote-road, Lindfield, Asher, beloved husband of Mary A. Chowne, aged 62 years.

CLAYE.-- May 3, 1927, Ethel Dora, dearly beloved wife of Frederick Lord Claye, late of Bellerive, Wil- liam-street, Randwick, and granddaughter of late Benja- min Mountfort, pioneer settler, of Christchurch, New Zealand. Private cremation. At rest.  

EDEN GEORGE.-- May 2, 1927, at a private hospital in Manly, Eden George, aged 64 years. Private

funeral 3rd instant.

FRANKS.-- May 3, 1927, at Parramatta District Hospital, Charles Francis, beloved husband of Anne Franks, and father of Edith, Francis, Florence, Charles, Ida, James, Harold, and Cecil, late of Bathurst and Palmer's Oakey.

GARWOOD.-- March 19, at Bury, St Edmunds. Suf- folk, England, Sarah, the beloved grandmother of Phyllis F. Ashton, of Lane Cove, aged 91 years.

A fond remembrance.

GILBERT.-- At his residence, Crown-street. Stockton, Harry D. Gilbert, dearly loved husband of Rose Gilbert, and father of Ernest, Una, Edna, Rosa, late of O.M.M., Newcastle, and Sydney, suddenly. Peace, perfect peace.

GlLBERT.-- May 3, 1927. at private hospital, Dulwich Hill, John Gilbert, late of the Glen, Elizabeth-street,  

Ashfield, beloved father of A. E. Gilbert, Matraville, aged 83.

GILLOOLY.--May 3, 1927 (result of accident). Law- {gonee?] Michael, beloved son of Peter and the late Annie Gillooly, of 65 Milroy-avenue, Kensington, aged 25 years. Requiescat in pace.

HANNEY.-- May 3, 1927, at Camden District Hos- pital, Albert Ernest (Bert), beloved son of Joseph Hanney, of 24 Metropolitan-road, Enmore, and brother of Frederick, William, and Clifford, aged 29 years.

KEEPENCE.-- May 3, 1927, at his daughter's resi- dence, Gladstone-road. Eastwood, Charles, late of Gladesville, aged 76 years.

KING.-- May 3, 1927, at Royal Prince Alfred Hos- pital, Muriel Irene, dearly beloved wife of Roy King,

and loving mother of Eric.

McCARROLL.-- Elizabeth, wife of Horatio, passed away May 3, 1927.

MAYES.-- April 30, 1927, accidentally killed in mo- tor accident at Adelaide, Albert Cecil, pettv officer. H.M.A.S. Sydney. eldest and dearly loved son of T. G. and J. Mayes, Darey-road. Wentworthville, aged 22 years. (Interred Adelaide,)

NELSON.-- May 2, 1927, Lucy Nelson, late of Pyr- mont, aged 65 years. R.I.P.

O'DONNELL.-- April 29. at her residence, North Sydney, Mary O'Donnell, relict of the late John O'Donnell, of Hillston, and mother of the late P. J. O'Donnell and Margaret Witcombe, and also mother of Madame O'Donnell, Sacred Heart Convent, Timaru, N.Z., I. C. O'Donnell, and J. M. O'Donnell, Sydney. Privately interred. R.I.P.

RUPPERSBERG.-- May 3, 1927, at a private hospital. Carl Albert (Rupp), dearly loved husband of Olive May Ruppersberg. and father of Harry, aged 45 years.

REED.-- April 28, 1927, at her daughter's residence, Hazelwood, Mandurama, Charlotte, widow of the late John Reed, of Blayney, aged 81 years.

RUSSELL.-- May 3, 1927, at her residence, 14 Bruce- street, Waterloo, Elizabeth Russell, relict of the late John Russell, aged 67 years. R.I.P.

SHIVNEN.-- May 3, 1927, at the Western Suburbs Hospital, John Joseph, dearly beloved husband of the late Ellen Shivnen, in his 64th year. R.I.P.

SILK.-- May 2, 1927, at her residence, 38 Denison- street, Waverley, Helena, dearly beloved wife of Joseph Silk (late of Nimmitabel), and loving mother of Mary, Walter, Owen, Kitty, Henry, James, Monica, Austin, and Veronica, aged 60 years. Requiescat in

pace. By request, no flowers.

STEWART.-- May 1, 1927, Jane Martha Stewart, relict of the late Alexander Pentleton Stewart.

STONNILL.-- May 3, 1927, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Violet Pearl, beloved wife of James T. Stonnill, loving mother of Daphne, James, Joyce, and Leo, and dearly loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Corben, of Newtown, aged 33 years. Requiescat in pace.

SWAN.-- May 2, 1927, accidentally, at Flemington, Wyndham George, beloved son of Mrs. Selina and the late Edward Swan, of 15 Laurence-street, Manly, aged

42 years.

VICKERY.-- May 2, 1927, at Sydney. Minnie Evelyn, daughter of the late Mrs. Evelyn Vickery, of West- earth, and John Vickery, aged 89.

WRIGHT.-- April 30, 1927, at Drummoyne, Mary, dearly loved wife of Thomas Wright, and loving mother of Tom and Jim, aged 68 years.

IN MEMORIAM.  

ALDERSON.-- In loving memory ot my dear wife, Marion, who departed this life May 4, 1921. Inserted by her loving husband and children.

BEAR.-- In loving memory of my dear wife, Mary (Merrie), who departed this life May 4, 1922, at Dubbo. lnserted by her loving husband, Harry.

In loving memory of our dear little friend, Bobbie, who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Love's last sweet gift -remembrance.

Inserted by two loving friends, Clarice and Bert.    

BENNELL.-- In loving memory oi my dear daughter, Mary Ann Bennell, wife of Thomas Bennell, and mother of Stanley, David, Clare, and Frank, also sister of Daisy, Frank, Gertie, and Clare, who departed this life May 4, 1916, aged 37 years. Inserted by her loving father, James Carter.

BONNER.-- Loving memories of our dear mother and sister, May, who was called home May 4, 1925. In- serted by her loving sons, Edward, Mervyn, and Owen. also Ethel, Roland. Pansy, and Harry.

CAMPBELL.-- In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Edward Robert (late A.I.F.), who departed this life Mav 4, 1922.  

Thoughts return to-day, long past ;   Years roll on, but memory lasts.

Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and brothers. CONSTABLE.-- In loving memory of my dear wife, Alice Agnes, who died May 4, 1926. Inserted by Clarrie and Betty.

CONSTABLE,-In loving memory ot our dear daugh- ter and sister, Agnes Alice, who passed away May 4, 1926, aged 18 years. Inserted by her loving mother and father, A. and F. McDonald, sisters and brothers, Lottie, Una, Frank, and Rex.

CONSTABLE.-- Sad memories and longings for our dear niece, Alice, who left us one year to-day.   Always remembered by her uncle, auntie, and cousins. Ray, Bell, and Alick McReavie.

CRUIKSHANK.-- In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Your memory, so sweet and dear,

Is treasured still with love sincere.

Inserted by her loving son, Jack, daughter-in-law, Bessie, and grandchildren, Valerie, Eaulie, and Jim.

CRUICKSHANK.-- In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away May 4, 1926. Inserted by

the family.

CULLEN MYLOTT.-- In memory of my dear mother, Margaret Mylott Cullen, who died May 4, 1924, aged 85 years. Always remembered. Inserted by her daugh- ter, Fanny and grandson, Kenneth.

DAVISON.-- In loving memory of my dear husband, William Henry, who departed this life on May 4, 1926.

To-day brings back sad memories Of a loved one laid to rest.

Inserted by his loving wife, Ruby, and child.

DAVISON.-- In loving memory of my dear brother, William Henry. who departed this life on Mar 4, 1926.

Gone, but not forgotten.

Inserted by his loving sisters and brothers-in-law, Elsie, Ethel, Jack, and Cecil.

DAVISON.-- In loving remembrance of dear brother, William Davison, who died May 4, 1926. From his loving sister, Emily, Charles, and children.

FlNNAMORE.-- In loving memory of our dear daugh- ter and sister, Lily, who died May 4, 1916, aged 20

years.

Lily dear, we miss you sadly

As it dawns the eleventh year.  

We would give all we own quite gladly

If we could but have you near.

Inserted by her loving father and mother and brother, Harry.

FINNAMORE.-- In loving memory of my dear sister, Lily, who died May 4. 1916.

Each day, each year, has its sadness,

Since our dear Lily passed away,

They would have been years of gladness

Could we have made her stay.

Inserted by her fond sister, May, and Harry Airey.

IN MEMORIAM.  

FINNAMORE.-- In loving memory of my dear sister, Lily, who passed away May 4, 1916.

We place fresh flowers upon your grave;

'Tis a token of memory sweet ;

We think of the loving smile you gave.

And long for the day when we'll meet.

Inserted by her loving sister, Dot, and nieces, Eileen and Lily.  

FINNAMORE.-- In loving memory of my dear niece and cousin, Lily, who died May 4, 1916, aged 20 years.

Time changes oft and many things,

But we think of Lily each day.   We miss you more as the years roll by,

For our love never fades away.

Inserted by her loving aunt and uncle, also cousins, Mr and Mrs. Hill, Forest road. Arncliffe.

FOULSTON.-- In loving memory of our dear aunt,    

who died May 4, 1926.

A beautiful memory left behind

Of one whose nature was good and kind. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. G. Ward and family.

FOULSTON.-- In loving memory of our dear friend. Kate, died May 4, 1926, aged 71 years. Ever remem- bered by Lilly, George, and Mary.

FULLER.-- In loving memory of my dear husband     and our father, and grandfather, Alfred, died May 4, 1925. Inserted by his loving wife, Ellen, Stan, Gertie,

and family.

GREENWOOD.-- In loving memory of my late hus- band, Albert E. Greenwood, who departed this life

May 4, 1925.

He bade no one his last farewell,

He waved his hand to none ;

His spirit flew before we knew

That from us he had gone.

Inserted by his loving wife, son, and sister, E. Nash,    

V. Greenwood, Mrs. Hurburt.

GREENWOOD.--Sacred to the memory of Albert E.   Greenwood, who departed this life May 4, 1925.

Those who loved you never forget.

Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, [?????],     nieces and nephews, L. and M. O'Reilly, R. and W.

Crisp, K. and A. Oldham.

HALL.-- In sad but loving remembrance of our dear and only daughter, Iris Ellen Hall, who departed this life, May 4, 1926. Sadly missed.  

Time may heal the broken hearted.

Time may make the wound less sore, But time will never still the longing  

For our loved one gone before.

Inserted by her sorrowing parents, Thomas W. and

Ellen C. Hall.

HALL.-- In loving remembrance ot my dear and only sister, Iris Ellen Hall, who departed this life May 4, 1926. Sadly missed by her loving brother

Harold.

HALL.-- In loving memory of our dear and only sister and sister-in-law, Iris Ellen Hall, who departed this     life May 4, 1926. Inserted by Fred and Eileen.

HALL.-- In loving memory of our dear and only sister and sister-in-law, Iris Ellen Hall, who departed     this life May 4, 1926. Inserted by Dick and Ida.

HALL.-- In fond memory of dear little Iris, who passed away May 4, 1926. Inserted by Ethel and

family.

HALL.-- In loving memory of our dear little friend, Iris, who fell asleep May 4, 1026. Inserted by her little mates, Ernie and Nellie Stoner.

HARDY.-- In sad memory of my beloved husband   and our devoted father, James Robert Hardy, who   departed this life May 4, 1921 ; also James Alman, dear son of the above, who departed this life April 20, 1905. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. Inserted by   his affectionate wife, E. Hardy and family.

HARPER.-- In loving memory of my dear husband,     James Harper, who passed away May 4, 1924. Sadly  

missed by his loving wife, Kate.

HARPER.-- In fond memory of my dear dad, James     Harper, who passed away May 4, 1924. Inserted by

Les and Ann.

HARTLEY.-- In loving memory of my dear husband,   George Hartley, who was called home on May 4, 1926. Sadly missed by his loving wife and son. Ernest.

HOLMES.-- In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Olive Isobelle, who died May 4, 1926. Sadly missed by her father, mother, sister, and

brother.

HOLMES.-- In loving memory of my dear friend, Olive, who died May 4, 1926. Inserted by R.

Campbell.    

HOURIGAN.-- In memory of our father, who died May 4, 1916. Inserted by his sons, Will, Jack, and  

daughter, Beryl.

HUGHES.-- In loving memory of my dear father, James Thomas Hughes, who died May 8, 1926.

Treasured memories of one so dear Are oft recalled by a silent tear.

Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law,     Gertie and Charlie Townsend.

HUME.-- In loving memory of my dear husband and pal, Jim, who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Just one year ago to-day, dear Jim,

I stood beside your bed.

My heart was crushed and broken

When I saw that you were dead.  

All that is left for me now, dear Jim,

Is to go and see your grave ;

For well I know there is sleeping

The best husband God ever gave.

So sadly missed. Inserted by his loving wife.

HUME.-- In loving memory of my dear step-father,   who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Just a memory, fond and true.

To show, dear Jim, I think of you. Inserted by his loving daughter, Marie.

HUGHES.-- In loving memory of my dear son and our brother, Harry, who died May 4, 1920. Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and brothers.

JACKSON.-- In loving memory of our darling little son and brother, Gilbert, who passed away May 4, 1926, aged 6 years. Inserted by his mother and father,

brothers Tom, Bill.

KINNEAR.-- In ever loving memory of our dear son   and brother, David Kinnear, who passed away May 4, 1920. Inserted by his father, mother, brothers, and

sister.

LUBY.-- In memory of my dearly loved husband, Alf, and our father, who departed this life May 4, 1925, aged 58 years. At rest. Inserted by his wife and

family. D. Luby.

McKENNA.-- In loving memory of my dear wife and our mother, Ida Florence, who departed this life May   4, 1919. Sadly missed by her loving husband and

children.

MORONEY.-- In loving memory of our dear sister and aunt, Honorah (Sis) Moroney, who departed this life

May 4, 1900.

Sweet Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul.

Inserted by her loving sister, Mag, and family.

MURPHY.-- In loving memory of Roy D. Murphy, passed away May 4, 1926. Peace, perfect peace. In- serted by his brother, Vic.

MURPHY.-- In memory of our dear friend, Roy, who died May 4, 1925. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs.    

Smith.

NANCARROW.-- In loving memory of my dearest mother, who departed this life May 4, 1926.  

Your dear, sweet smile is ever near,

Your cheery ways and love sincere   Cannot be gone, but always here.

Dearest mother

Inserted by her loving daughter, Irene.

NANCARROW.-- In loving memory of our dear mother, Blanche Nancarrow, who departed this life

May 4, 1925.

Her troubles in life are o'er,

She sleeps in peace for evermore.

Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law,    

Ernest and Renee.

NANCARROW.-- In loving memory of our dear daughter, Blanche, who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Though absent from amongst us,     You are ever in our thoughts, And we, who loved you dearly, Will always feel your loss.

Inserted by her loving mother and father, Richard

and Janet Verney.

NANCARROW.-- In sad but loving memory of our     dear sister, Blanche, who departed this life May 4,

1926.

God's greatest gift, remembrance.  

Inserted by her loving sisters and brothers.

NANCARROW.-- Remembrance and many thoughts of happy times together, with our dear old pal,     Blanche. Mr. and Mrs. Holloway and family.

O'KEEFE.-- In loving memory of our darling little granddaughter and niece, Olga, who joined the angels     May 4, 1925, aged 5 weeks. Lovingly inserted by Ted, Vera, Clarrie, and grandma.

PERRY. --In loving memory of my wife and our mother, who departed this life May 4, 1928.

We lost our best, our truest friend, When we lost our darling mother.

Inserted by her loving husband, sons, daughters, and

grandchildren.

PHILLIPS-GIBSON.-- In loving remembrance of our     dear wife and mother, Sarah Annie, who went to rest May 4, 1908, and is still fondly thought of by T. Phillips-Gibson and family. I Cor., 1., 7.    

PILCHER- In loving memory of our darling little daughter and sister, Ruby Marie Daphne, who passed away May 4, 1925, aged 2 years, 5 months.

We miss her smile, We miss her voice,  

We miss each little curl. As times goes on

W e miss her more.

Our only little girl.

Inserted by her loving mother and father, and

brothers, Mortdale.  

POWELL.-- In loving memory of our dear mother, Elizabeth Powell, who departed this life May 2, 1927. Inserted by her loving son and daughter, William    

and Margaret.

RENOUF.-- In loving memory of my dear husband     and our father, Christopher John (Jack) who de-

parted this life May 4, 1926. Inserted by his loving  

wife and children.

RENOUF.-- In loving memory of our dear brother,     Christopher John, who departed this life May 4, 1926.

R.I.P.    

Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law,    

Charles and Annie Renouf.

ROBERTS.-- In loving memory of our darling little son, Eric James, who departed this life May 4,   1925. Mum and dad's little pal. Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and brothers.  

SCHOLTZ.-- In loving memory of my daughter and our sister, Ivy, who departed this life May 4, 1921. Inserted by her loving mother, Emily Greenwell, and

family.

SELBY.-- In loving memory of our dear daughter, who departed this life May 4, 1924. Inserted by her

mother and family.

SHEPHERDSON.-- In loving memory of my dear wife Doreen, who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Loved by all.

Inserted by her loving husband, Stanley Shepherdson. SHEPHERDSON.-- In ever fond remembrance of our   dear daughter and sister, who departed this life May 4, 1926. At rest. Inserted by her loving parents   R. and M. Tardif, and brother, Rupert, and sister,

Jean.

SIMPSON.-- In loving memory of our dearly loved son and brother, James Charles, who departed this life May 4, 1928, aged 8 years. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving mother and father, brothers and sisters.

SLATTERY. --In loving memory of my dear husband     and our dear father, Henry James (Sonny), who died May 4, 1925. R.I.P. Inserted by his loving wife and

children.

SPEAKMAN.-- In sad but loving memory of Elsie,     who departed this life May 4, 1926.

Gone, but not forgotten.

Inserted by her loving sisters and brothers, Lily, Grace, Amy, Nellie, Bernard, and Sydney.

WHITEHEAD.-- In loving remembrance of Steve, who fell asleep May 4, 1926.

You fought life's battles bravely. And patiently stood the test.

E. W. London and Folkestone papers please copy.

WILLIAMS.-- loving memory of our loving husband     and father, Allan, departed this life May 4, 1926. In- serted by his wife and sons, George and Bill.

WILLIAMS.-- In loving memory of our brother, Allen, who died May 4 1926. Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law, Jack and Elsie.    

WILLIAMS.-- In memory of Allan, died May 4, 1926.  

Gone from our eyes

But deep in our hearts. Inserted by George and Nellie.

WINGON.-- In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, who departed this life May 4, 1924.

A beautiful memory left behind,

Of a loving father, true and kind.  

Gone but not forgotten. Inserted by his wife and children.

IN MEMORIAM

WORPELL.-- In memory of my dad, died May 4,  

1926. Inserted by Mona.

YEGHI.-- In loving memory of my dear husband, Robert Shingow Yeghi, who passed away May 4, 1922. Rest in peace. Inserted by his loving wife and son.

In loving memory of my dear daughter and our sister,   Nellie who passed away May 4, 1926.

In our home there's a beautiful picture.    

To us more precious than gold, It is a picture of our dear Nellie,

Whose memory will never grow cold.

Inserted by her loving father, brothers and sisters.    

On Active Service

BARLOW.-- In loving memory of my beloved son, Acting-Sergt. Harold Marlow, 18th Battalion, killed in     action, Bullecourt, May 3, 1917. An Anzac. Inserted   by his mother, E. Barlow, and brothers, A. and F.

Barlow.

HASKEW.-- In memory of Gunner Herbert S. Haskew,     who gave his life for freedom at Bullecourt, May 3,

1917.

Greater love hath no man than this.

HEALEY.-- In loving memory of Robert Bernard              

Healey, 9th-18th Battalion, A.I.F., killed in action, May 3, 1917. R.I.P. Inserted by his widow and child, May and Eileen, Drummoyne.

HUNTLEY.-- In loving memory of Lieutenant Clive N. R. Huntley, 1st Field Coy, Engineers, who died   from wounds received at Gallipoli, May 4, 1915, loved     son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Huntley, Snails Bay.

So dearly loved, so sadly missed.

JOHNSON.-- In loving memory of our dear son, Pri-

vate Richard, 19th Battalion, killed in action, May     4, 1917. Dearly loved and Oh, how sadly missed, by   his loving parents.  

JOHNSON.-- In loving memory of our dear brother, Richard, killed in France, May 4, 1917. Sadly missed by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Dorothy and         Charles.  

McCARTHY.-- In sad and loving memory of our dear   son and brother, Oliver Frank, who was killed in ac-       tion at Bullecourt May 4, 1917, aged 20 years. In-     serted by his loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers.    

RINGLAND.-- In loving memory of our dear son,       Harold Edgar, stretcher-bearer, killed Bullecourt,     May 4, 1917. Inserted by his loving mother and

father.

RINGLAND.--In loving memory of my dear brother,       Harold Edgar, killed in action, May 4, 1917.  

Remembrance is a golden chain,

Time tries to break, but tries in vain. Inserted by his loving sister, Jean.  

WHITE.-- In loving memory of Private Claude White,

stretcher=bearer, 3rd Field Ambulance, A.A.M.C., killed           in action, Bullecourt, May 4, 1917. Too dearly loved   to be forgotten. Inserted by his loving parents,     sisters, and brothers.    

WHITE.-- In loving memory of Private Claude White,     killed in action, Bellecourt, May 4, 1917. Inserted     by his loving brother and sister, Bert and Omie.  

WHITE.-- In loving memory of our brother, Pte. Claude White, aged 28, stretcher-bearer, killed in   action, Bullecourt, May 4, 1917. Inserted by his   sister and brother-in-law, Ivy and Eric Petrie.        

WHITEHOUSE.--- In sad but loving memory of my         darling son, Private Victor Whitehouse, killed in

action, Bullecourt, May 4, 1917.    

Dearly loved and sadly missed.

Inserted by his sorrowing mother.  

RETURN THANKS.

Mrs. W. RICH and FAMILY, of 36 Eaton-street,     Willoughby, desire to return THANKS to relatives, friends, Nurse Dunn, old compadres of Veterans Asso-   ciation, for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, and personal sympathy in the loss of her dear husband      

and their father.

Mrs. JESSIE WHEELER and Mr. and Mrs. W.   WHEELER, of Broughton-street, Camden, desire to         return sincere THANKS to relatives and friends for     floral tributes, letters, cards, telegrams, and personal     expressions of sympathy extended to them in the           loss of their dear husband and their son.  

Mr. G. BARRETT and FAMILY, of William-street,              

Annandale, return sincere THANKS to all kind friends     for telegrams, cards, etc., in their recent bereave-

ment.

Mrs. H. BRINDLE and FAMILY desire to return THANKS for the many letters of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.

RETURN THANKS

Mr. and Mrs. E. DENNETT and SON desire to return THANKS to all relatives, friends, neighbours, Botany Harriers, for all floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards, and personal sympathy shown to them in their recent sad bereavement and great loss.

Mr. J. G. (GEORGE) SCHAEFER and FAMILY, of 30 Emerald-street, Hamilton, tender sincere THANKS   to all friends and relatives for the many kind expres- sions of sympathy, floral tributes, etc, received dur- ing their recent bereavement.

Mr. THOMAS WRIGHT and FAMILY, of Short- street, Balmain, wish to return sincere THANKS to all relatives and friends for kind expressions of sym- pathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave-

ment.

Mr. and Mrs. WALTER DANIELS, Moseley, Pitt- street, Springwood, desire to THANK all friends and neighbours for loving sympathy in their recent sad

bereavement.  

The RELATIVES of the late RUBY CECILIA MYERS with to THANK all sympathisers, especially Rev. Fathers O'Connell and O'Loughlin, M.S.C., for their valued services during their late sad bereavement.

Mr. H. G. SAYERS and FAMILY wish to THANK the Rev. H. S. Smith and congregation for sympathy

in their sad bereavement.  

Mr. H. G. SAYERS and FAMILY wish to THANK   relations and friends for their sympathy in their   sad bereavement.  

FUNERAL.

HARRIS.-- The Friends of Mr. ALBERT HARRIS

and Mr. and Mrs. GEO. HARRIS are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE and their MOTHER, Henrietta Harris ; to leave 22 Cardi- gan-street, Camperdown, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m., for   South Head Cemetery, per motor service.

T. J. ANDREWS,

Funeral Director,

25 Enmore-road, Newtown.  

'Phones, L2878 and 4.  

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