ARMSTRONG (Ilma Reid!.-June 12, 1931, at their residence, Armstrong-street, Parkes, to Mr.
Willi J3' Everard Armstrong-a son (John
. BENNETT (nee Hildebrand).-At Roslyn private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennett. Manly
DEXTER.-May 2D, at War Memorial Hospital. Waverley, to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dexter, of
FORD (nee Myee Moore)_June IS, at Lauriston private hospital, Mosman, to Mr and Mrs. N. P. Ford, of Mosman-a son (Dennis Robertl.
GILLIES.-June 9. at Sutton Vcny private hospi- tal, Chatswood, to Mr. anti Mrs. R. T. Gillies. Artar- mon-a son (Mulcolm John).
HOWIE (nee Mina Shaw).-June 14, to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Howie. Arlington-street, Fivcdack-a daughter (Cecily Mina).
RODWELL (nee Millwood)_June 10. at Nurse McKenzies private hospital. Petersham, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rodwell-a son (David John).
WESLEY.-Mav 29, 1931, at Nurse Mead's private hospital, Hurstville, to Marjorte wife of the late John Wesley. Coonamble-a son (Stanley Howard).
.WILSON-June 14. at Emoh Ruo private hos- pital, Roseville, to Mrs. A. H, Wilson. Tulagi. Solomon Islands-a daughter.
The Engagement is announced oí Miss Mavis Fowler, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. H. Fowler, of Merridong, Tcnterdon-strect, Botany, to Mr. Albert Redman, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Redman, of Dungog, N.S.W.
ABBOTT.-June 15, 1931, James Chnrles, be- loved husband of Alice Abbott, Fttzroy-street, New- town, and loving father of william, James, and Alice, aged 60 years. Requlescat in pace.
BENT8_June 15. 1931, at his residence. Brcn nan-road. Bass Hill, Upper Bankstown, Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Elsie Bents, aged 42 years (late of Water and Sewerage Board).
BRYANT.-June 16, 1931, at his residence, 34 Woniora-road, Hurstville, Arthur Bryant, beloved husband of the late Emmalina Bryant, aged 70
years. By request, no mourning.
COUSINS-June 15, 1931. at his daughter's resi-
dence (Mrs. C. Pither), 415 King-street, Newtown, i Charles Cousins, aged 87 years.
D'ARCEY -June 4, 1931. at Terry Hie Hie (sud- denly). Edgar D'Arcey, aged 69. Western Aus- tralian papers please copy.
DICK.-June 11, 1931, at Bulwer-strcet, West Maitland, Esther, widow of the Inte Andrew Spiers Dick, of Weston, and second daughter of the late Henry and Salome Parkins, of West Maitland, aged
GORE.-June l6. 1931, at her daughter's resi- dence. Yootha, 80 Davidson's-avenue, North Strath- field, Elizabeth Rose, dearly loved mother of Jack, Florrie, and Doris Gore, aged 68 years.
HEYNER (Bertha Lewis).-May 8, 1031. at rt Cambridge nursing home. England, from Injuries received in a motor car accident. Bertha Amy, wife of Captain Herbert Heyner, London, and sister-in-law of Trank and Lucy Heyner, and aunt of Clarice and Joyce, North Sydney (Savoyard and principal con- tralto of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company).
HOWIE_June 16. 1931, at his residence, 120 Cecily-street. Leichhardt, John, dearly loved hus- band of Ethel, and loving father of Nellie. Grace, Jack, Jean, aged 49 years.
KENYON.-Juno 16, 1931, at a private hospital, Marie (Dot), loved wife of Vyvyan Kenyon, of Evans-road, Elizabeth Boy, and late of Bonner
LANG-June 16, 1931, at a private hospital. Dr. Jessie Jardine Lang, beloved wife of Rev. J. W. Stewart Lang, of Cessnock, and beloved mother of Elizabeth, Jessie, and Marion Stewart, and beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wyper, of Mosman.
LEWIS.-June 16, 1931, at a private hospital. Darlinghurst, Frederick George Lewis, lato of Lands Department, son of tho late Mortimer William Lewis, formerly of Newcastle.
LOADSMAN.-June 17, 1931, at 30 City-road, city. Charles Joseph Loadsman, late of Lismore, Rich- mond River, aged 90 yeors. R.I.P.
McKAY.-May 31, 1031, at Goulburn Hospital, William John (Jack) McKay (cordial manufac- turer, of Braidwood), dearly loved husband of Agnes McKay and dearly loved father of Belle, Bessie, and Emmie, aged 65 years. At rest. In- terred Church of England portion of General Cemetery. Ooulburn, June 2, 1031.
MAHER.-June 14, at Port Macquarie, Joseph Bede Maher, aged 27 years.
O'NEILL.-June 15. 1931, at her residence, Koor inda, Stuart-street, Collaroy. Annie, widow of the late Jeremiah O'Neill, and loving mother of Tim, Jack, Pat, and Frank, aged 81 years. R.I.P. By
request, no flowers.
PEACOCK.-June IO, 1931, at her residence, Amy Ville, Mumbil, Eliza Peacock, beloved wife of the late T. F. Peacock, in her 82nd year. Dearly loved.
PERKINS_June 13, 1931, nt his residence, 14 Parkview-road, Manly, Dr. R. H. Perkins, formerly of Morpeth, agod 52 years. Privately Interred Manly
Cemetery, 16th instant.
PIPER.-June 15, ig31, at the residence of Mr H. L. Macara, 4 Henry-street, Merewether, Fred- erick William, beloved husband of Annie Louisa Piper and loving father of Hilda, Bonnie, Boyce,
and Jean, aged 54 years.
SCOTT_June 10, 1931, at her residence, 24 Arlington-street. Flvedock, Minnie, beloved wife of Joseph B. Scott, aged 47 years. By request, no
STEDMAN.-June 16. at Brisbane. Queensland. Cecil Alfred, late of 20th Batt.. A.I.F., and son of the late George and Louisa Stedman. of Redfern.
WATSON.-June 15, 1031, at her residence, 13 Macarthur-parade, Dulwich Hill, Julia Gertrude, beloved wife of Percy V. Watson, and loving mother
of Leona» d and Beryl.
WOODS.-June 16, 1031, at hcT residence, Artal. 25 Hocklng-nvcnue, Earlwood, Alice Eliza Adelaide, beloved wife of Thomas Arthur Woods, and loving mother of Norman, George. Laurie, Pearl (Mrs. W. Lowe), Victor, Keith, aged 60 years. "Safe in the
arms of Jesus." j
BARRINGTON.-In loving memory of my dear husband and fnther. Moses Benjamin Barrington, who departed this life June 17, 1912. G.R.H.D.3. Inserted bv his loving wife and children.
BLAMIRES -In loving memory of my dear hus < band, Tom, who passed away June 17, 1927. Always
remembered. Inserted by his affectionate wife,
BRANIGHAN.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and Bister, Violet (nee Bragg), died June
Inserted by her fond mother and sister. May.
BRANSTON.-In loving remembrance of my dear husband and our father. Arthur Branston. ex Metropolitan Superintendent of Police, who passed away June 17, 1929. Dearly loved, sadlv missed. Inserted bv his loving wife. Mary E.. and children. Vida. Cecil, and Evelyn (Bobs).
BROWN.-In loving memory of my dear sis- ter, sister-in-law, and aunt, Ada Emily Brown, who passed awnv Juno 17, 1930.
I am so lonely and broken-hearted
Since my dear sister was taken from mc; No one knows what my agony has been.
O, Lord, why was it to be?
But God saw her footsteps falter.
He watched her weary and weak. So He bade her rest in heaven,
For life's pathway had grown too steep. In our hearts your memory lingers,
Sweet and tender, fond and true, There is not a day, dear Ada,
That we do not think of you.
Inserted by her sorrowing sister, Lill, brother-in law, Tom, family. Doris, Janet, Tomle, Edna, Stan-
ley, and Ronlo Hannan.
CRAVINO.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Norma Pearl, who died June 17, 1928.
Dearly loved, sadly missed, Inserted by her loving mother.
CURTIN.-In loving memory of our darling mother, »ho departed this life June 17, 1927.
It's lonely without you, mother.
Our thoughts aro always with theo.
Inserted by her lonely children, Thelma, Dolly,
CURTIN.-In loving memory of our dearly loved mother, Harriet, who died June 17, 1927. God's greatest gift, remembrance. Inserted by her
aughters. Thelma and Dolly, also son-in-lnw. Jack
DAGGAR.-In loving memory of my dear wife . and our mother, Annie, who passed away June 17,
She had a nature you couldn't help loving,
A heart that was purer than gold.
To those who knew her and loved her,
Her memory will never grow cold.
Inserted by her loving family, dad. Qlad, Ene,
Alb., Mill., and Norm.
DUFFIN.-In loving memory of my dear wlfo and our mother, who departed this life June 17, 1930.
Wo all loved you dearly.
And we shall never forget.
Inserted by her loving husband and family.
DUNN_In loving remembrance of my dear son. Harrington, who passed away June 17. 1927. In»
«erted by his mother, Frances.
GANDER.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who died June 17. 1929. Inserted by her daughter,
GRAHAM.-In loving memory of J. K. Graham, who was called to hlghor service. June l8. 1922. Ever remembered by his wife and children
HEW1NS.-Loving memories of my dear mother, Georgina Hewlns, passed away June 17, 1929. Ever , remembered by her loving daughter. Jessie, Charlie,
. and Gwen.
LONSDALE!.-In loving momory of my dear hus- band, and our father, Albert Edward Lonsdale, who ' passed away June 17, 1919. Also my dear son, ' William G Lonsdale, who died December 3, 1911
Both sadly missed. Inserted by his loving wife and
LORD.-In loving memory of our dear mother, daughter, and 6lster. Hilda. May Lord, who passed
away Juno 17. 1920
No one knows how hard the parting,
Or what the farewell cost;
But God and His beloved angels
Have gained what we have lost.
Inserted bv her loving son, mother, and sisters. Georgie, mother. Millie, and Eva.
McCABE.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Ada, who passed awav June 17. 1919. Always remem- bered Inserted bv Ivo and Bub Green, May and
MILLS.-In fondest memory of our dear sister. Mary, who died June 17, 1919.
Till we meet again
Inserted by brother and sister, Jim and Marla
MORTON.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Caroline (Carrie), and our dear mother, who de- parted this life June 17, 1022. Inserted bv her
loving husband and family.
MORTON.-In laving memory of our dear sister, Carrie, died June 17, 1922. Inserted by Alf, and
O'REILLY-In loving memory of my dear wita and our mother, Eva, who departed this life June
17, 1924 R I P
With teors we saw rn?r sinking.
We watched her firde away:
We tended her wltU fondest caro.
But could not rruike her stav.
Inserted by Her loving husband. Michael, and chlldron. Michael, Annie, Florrie, and Linda.
PERRY -In loving rhemorv of my loving brother. . Ernest William died June 17. 1930 Inserted bv
his sister Edle and fnmllv.
PIKE -Sweetest memory to our dear mother ? Ceolly H.. who died June 17. 1910. aged 49 »ears.
Sweetest memories will linger forever.
Time carwot chango them, It Is true: Years that mav come cannot sever ' Mv loving memory of you
' Inserted bv her loving daughter. Clssle. and son . ln-law. Jim Hutch, also grandchildren.
PIKE.-A token of love and remembrance to mj darling moth/r, Cecily H. who died June 17. 191«
-Silent thoughts, silent tears.
Ke»p mother's momory ever dear.
Inserted ^v her loving dauohtor. Oladva Pike
REDFERN.-In memory ol Joseph Redfern, late 248 rarramatts-road. Ashfield, who entcied Into the higher lue June 17. 1927.
ROBINSON.-In loving memory of Emily Robinson (nee CVlftonl. who passed away June 17, 1017. Gone ' but not forgotten. Inserted by her loving mother
and nephew Mrs Emily and Waltei Clifton.
. ROWLES.-In loving memory ot my dear husband
and father. James, who passed away June 17. 1920
A lonely thought, a silent tear, K»cps his memory always near.
Inserted by his loving wife. Nellie, nnd daughter.