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REV. ALFRED YARNOLD.
The Rev. Alfred Yarnold, a former rector of St. John's Church at Ashfield, died at Buxton on November 10, and his remains were privately interred at Thirlmere cemetery. He was educated at the Church Missionary College (London), and was ordained deacon by the Bishop of London in 1870, and priest by the Bishop of Bombay two years later. From 1871 to 1876 he was connected with the C.M.S. mission at Hyderabad (India), and during 1877 and part of the next year he was the travel- ling deputation for the society. In 1878 he be- came incumbent of St. Bartholomew's, Pyr- mont, which he left after four years to become rector of Christ Church, North Sydney. He was rural dean of North Sydney (1891-1901), chaplain to the Archbishop of Sydney (1893- 1909), and rural dean of Petersham (1901-09). He left Christ Church In 1901 to become rector of St. John's, Ashfield, which office he held for 15 years.