MR. WILLIAM GLAZEBROOK.
Mr. William Glazebrook, one of the pioneers of Double Bay, died on Thursday at a pri- vate hospital in Darlinghurst, aged 64. He was born in Double Bay, and spent the whole of his life in the district. His wife pre- deceased him 21 years. He is survived by two daughters, Miss V. M. Glazebrook and Mrs. E. Wood, and four sons (Messrs. Wil- liam, Frederick, Charles, and Albert Glaze-
The funeral took place on Friday after- noon to the South Head Cemetery. Prior to the interment, a service was conducted at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, by Canon Howard Lea, who also officiated at the grave- side. The principal mourners were Mrs. E. Wood and Miss V. M. Glazebrook (daughters); Messrs. W., A., F., and C. Glazebrook (sons); Eric Wood (son-in-law), Mrs. F. M. Glaze- brook (daughter-in-law), Mrs. Henry and Mrs. James Glazebrook (sisters-in-law), Mr. Henry Glazebrook (brother), and families; also Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Glazebrook. Others present in- cluded:—Alderman L. Robinson (Mayor of Woollahra); Messrs. J. C. Watson, C. Strikes,
W. Redstone, L. Mortimer, A. McGreal, G.
Ireland, W. Bonas (representing David Hyland and Sons); J. Cuthel, C. Hinchey, F. A. Stay- ner), W. Beare, S. Galbraith, R. Adams, T. Reid, R. J. Roberts, H. Vaughan, and E. Wood (representing Producers' Distributing Co., Ltd.); H. Hancock. D. McNeil, P. Carr (Stanley and Co.); F. Chilton, J. Musgrove, Alex. Small, C. Hawkes, Christopher Stanley, C. Pearce, J. Criglington, A. Hoptroff, J. Rowe, S. Hoptroff, W. Winterbottom, H. Eynon, R. Allen, M. Satchell, Charles Hyland, W. J. Williams (representing Municipal Cold Stores); J. Budge, T. McGreal, G. Thompson, A. Slater, G. Foster. J. Adams, Phil Davis,
J. Carlysle, Al. Hyland.