AGASSIZ (nee Golsby).—April 18, at Dulwich Hill, to Mr. and Mrs.R. A. Agassiz -a son.
ANDERSON (nee Freda Goodwin).—April 4. 1027, «t Kuranda private hospital, Broken Hill, to Captain »nit Mrs. E. W. Anderson-a daughter (Eloise).
BAKER.—April ti. at Nurse Underwood's private hospital, Carlisle-street, Leichhardt, to Mr. and Mrs. V. Baker, of Carlisle-street, Lclchliardt-a son (Victor Leslie).
BANWELL.—April 3, to Mr. and Mrs. H. lH. Banwell, of Lorraine, Westbourne-street, Kogarah. a son (Rosslyn Cecil).
BOOTH (Doris Smith).—April 17, nt Korora, Wyn ? lav-atenne, Enflel'1. to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Booth a d.iutiiter (Norma Mary).
BRYEN.—April IS, at Strathmore private hospital. Bowral, to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bryen-a daughter.
BURNHEIM (nee Tot Radnedge).—April 20, at The .j Orescent hospital. Manly, to Ur. and Mrs. Bernard
linrtiheim-a eon (both well).
BUSWELL (nee Leila Trindall).—April 19. at Wnlroei private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Haydn E. Buswell « daughter.
CAHILL (nee Ruby Reynolds).—January 21, 1927, at their home, 57 Barker street,Randwick, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. F, Cahill-a daughter (Joyce Eleanor).
CAMERON.—April 1, nt their residence, 17 Truman street, Hurstville, to Mr. «nd Mrs. W. Cameron-a daughter (Dulcie Omeo).
CASSIDY.—April 15. at Nurse niarden's private hospital, Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs, G. Cassidy, Arn-
CHUDLEIGH.—April ll, at "War Memorial Hospital, Waverley, to Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chudleigh-«, eon.
CLARK.—April in, st their residence, Merrivale Toad, Pymble, tn Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert Clark-« son,
CREBER.—March IS. nt Hurilfla private hospital. Sum- mer Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. S. Creber, Hill-street.
CROLL (nee Maude Chasllng).—April 18. nt Clive Hospital, North Sydney, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Croll
i -i son.
DAVIS (Ida Laird).—April 13, nt St. Ronans private hospital, Borrodalc-road, South Kensington, to Mr. pud Mrs. Reginald Davis, ILimuhra-a daughter (Audrey Myrtle).
DONOHUE.—April g, nt Hoistvn privnte hospital, Arncliffe, to Mr. and Mrs. J. bonohue. Rockdale a daughter (Iris Elaine).
DOYLE (Isabell McKenna).—April 15. at Nurse Kturroek's private hospital, Drvnane. Dondl. to Mr. ard Mrs. P. Doyle. Bondi-a uc4>.
FITZPATRICK.—April 13. at their residence, Bethany, 40 Marian-street. Enmore, to Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Fitzpatrick-n wm (John Francis).
FITZPATRICK.—April 14. nt their residence, Bronte.
Cootamundra, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon A. Fitzpatrick Í s daughter (Dorothy June).
FLETCHER (nee Vera Lucas).—April 10, at 18
M inter-street, Canterbury. ,n "r- and A. C. Fletcher- a son (Allan Lucas).
FOX.—March 20, 1027, to Mr. »nd Mn. Cecil Fm, Mullumbimby, late of Fivcdock-n son (Douglas Allen).
GARVIN (Eileen Jennings).—April 17, at Nurse i e'ttirroek's private hospital, Drynaue, Bondi, to Mr.
»nd Mrs. T. Can-in, Waverley-a daughter.
GIRDLER.—April IS. at Chelmsford privnte hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Girdler-a son (Alan Clifford).
GOLDTHORP (Gladys Dive).—April 0, nt St. Ronans '? private hospital. Borrodale-n-ad, South Hcnsingtrin, to
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Onldlhnrp, Corbie, Anruc-parnde, South Kensington-a son (Alan Albert).
GORDON.—April 10. 1927, nt her residence, 14 Amelia-street, Waterloo, to the wife of Walter Robert Gordon-a son t William Albert Boyce).
GRAVE.—April 15, at 129 Abercrombie-strcet, Red fem, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Grave-a son (Donald Wil-
HAWKINS (nee Nora McGregor).—April lt), at Cooinda private hospital, Neutral Bay, tho wife of Harvey Hawkins-a daughter.
HIGGINS.—April 20. nt their residence, Henderson street, Inverell, to Dr. and Mrs. Higgins-a daughter.
HOBDAY (nee Thelma Legge).—April 7, nt Nurse Hewitt's private hospital, Hornsby, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Uobdsv-« daughter.
HOGAN.—April 17, 1D27. nt St, HelenB private hos- pital, Burwood, to Mr. and Mrs. William nogan-a son (Frank Alfred).
HOWARD.—April 5, W27, at Cooinda private hospital. Neutral Buy, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Howard, Hopetoun »venue,- Mosman-s son (Laurence).
KING.—April 12, at Dalcross privnte hospital. Killara, tn Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Kings-« 60.n
LEARD.—March 23, at Inchneuk private hospital, Parramatta, to Reginald and Grace Leard, of Tarawera, Eastwood—a son (Howard Knoulton).
McGILL (nee Madge Blow).—April 17, at Hartley private hospital, Auburn, to Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
McGill, Albion Park - a son.
McWHINNEY.—April IS, to Mr. and Mrs. L. TI. MeWhinney, Ruverla, George-street, Penshurst-a son.
MARCHINGTON (nee Annis Whitaker).—March 12, nt Woodland* private hospital, Griffith, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Marrhlnton, Yenda-a dnughter (Elnine).
MOORE.—April fi, tu Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Moore, of Nebon-road, Lindfield-a son (Robert John).
MORALAS.—April 6, at N'urse Nash's private hospital, Sunnicrest, Five-dock, to Mr. and Mrs. Moraine-a daughter (Gwen May),
MORRISON.—February Î2, to Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Mor- rison, of 7 Muston-stfeel. Mosman-a daughter.
MURRAY.—April 21, Cooinda private hospital, to Mr. rind Mrs. Percy V. Murray, 07 Cowlcsroad,
Mosman-a daughter (Helen Bertha).
PHIPPS (nee Elizabeth May Ryan).—April 17, at I Ko. n Albert-street, Granville, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
I'hipps-a daughter (Lillian Morl).
PINHEY (nee Esther Lovett).—April 20. ]!)27, to [ Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Pinhey, Branxton, lioronia-road,
llellevne Hill-a daughter.
POOLE.—April 21, at Milton private hospital, Chats.
wood, lo Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Poole-a eon (both well.
RAMSAY (nee Carson).—April 12, at Nurse Whittorn's private hospital, Kembla-street, Arncliffe, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. Ramsay, of Wollongong-road, Arncliffe-a son.
SETCHELL.—April 14, at Kilphurst, Nurse Broad-
bead's private liovpital. Pearl-street, Newtown, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sctehell, Sedgley, Reserve-street,
West Ryde-a daughter (Marjorie Joan Julia).
SHIPLEY.—April 8, to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shipley,
Fiarfield-road, Guildford-a son (Albert OGeorge).
SOLTAN.—March 31, to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Soltan, of 108 Cleveland-street-a son (Raymond Maurice).
STEWART (nee Shewan).—March 13, at Duntroon private hospital, Annandale, to Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Stewart-a son.
STOCK (Cora Caldwell).—April 13, at Nurse Brown's hospital, Balmain, to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stock, Ryde --a daughter.
SUTHERLAND (nee Thelma Williard).—April 1, st Walmar private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Suther- land, of -12 Hill-street, Marrickville-a daughter (Val-
TREVILLIEN (nee Kathleen Gallagher).—April 15, to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Trevlllten, Ermelo, 121 Dal- housie-street, Haberfield-a daughter.
WALKER.-April 16. to Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. E. Walker, of 129 Bellevue-road, Double Day-a daughter.
WATTS.—April 17. at their residence, Chase-road, Turramurra, to .Mr. and .Mrs. T. N. Watts-a daughter (Nonna Gwendoline).
WHITE (nee Eileen McTugue).—April 14. at Wheat leigh Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. G. White-a
WILSON.-April 1, .it Arncliffe, the wife of ll. J. Hilson-o son (Kevin Warwick Sellar).
BARTROP-WHITWORTH.-March 10. 1027, at St. Matthew's Church, Bondi, by the Kev. C. C. Dunstan, Harold, son ot Mr. Herbert Dartrop, ot Mount Pleas- ant, Centennial Park, to Clare Cunliffe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitworth, of Rosebank, Bondi.
BIDDULPH-MORGAN.-March HI. 1927, by thc Rev. Thomas Mairan, Quentin Ashley, youngest son of the late Mr. P. .1. Biddulph and MIT. Biddulph, of Strath- field, to Kathleen, younger daughter of the Rev. T. and Mrs. Morgan, of Hunter's Hill.
BROWN-BROWN.-January 25. 1927, at St. Giles Church, Greenwich, by the Rev. William John Edwards, Chisholm Roy, son of the late Richard Brown, Meno debroc, Somerton, to Lilla Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, Wollstonecraft, Sydney.
BUTLER-DUDLEY.-March ill, at St. Stephen's Pres- byterian Church, hy Rev. .1. T. Dudley, H.A. Charles Gordon Butler, youngest son of Mrs. W. Butler, West Maitland, to Dorothy Amies, only duughter of Rev. J. T. Dudley, Hunter's Hill.
CONDON-MURRAY. -December 4, 1020, at All Hal- lows' Church, Fivcdock, by Rev. J. Peoples, Thomas, only soli of Mrs. Kin! the late Edward Condon, of Dar- linghurst, to Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Murray, late of Wurwlck, Queensland.
1'IZELLE-DALTON.-February 1, at Concord, Max, youngest son of Mrs. J. Flreile, Cremorne, to Kathleen Cecelia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Dalton, North Strathneld.
FRANCIS-HARRISON.-April IB, ot tile Church of St. CTnmmit, Marrickville, hy Kev. W. 0. Hilliard, M.A., Mervyn Francis, elder" son of the late A. A. Prunela ann Mrs. isabellu Castles, of Petersham, for* ni eily of The Willena, Trundle, to Elsie Mary Harri- son, elder daughter of Mr. .lames Harrison and Mrs. Harrison, ot Marrickville, anil formerly of England.
GRIFFIN-MACIS DOE.-March 56, at Methodist . Church, Deewhy, by the Itev. lt. U. Howes, Ralph G.
Griffin, son ot Mrs. M. K. Grilltn, ot Manly, to Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. 8. Mucindoc, of Dee- why.
HOUSTON-HUGHAN - March 19, 1927, at Marrick- ville Congregational Church, by the Rev. Philip Bray, John, eldest son ot Mr. and Mrs. James Houston, of Greta, N.S.W.. to Elsie, youngest daughter ot Mr. W. W. Hughan and the late Mrs. Hughan, of Challis avenue, Marrickville.
INCH-RÜTHER FORD.-March 26, 1927, at St. James' Presbyterian Church, Burwood, hy the Right Rev, Dr. It. Scott West, James Stephen Inch, of Longueville, to Christina Jennella Gonion Rutherford, of Entleid. At home. Viola Stuart-street, Longueville, Saturday, April SO, afternoon and evening.
KERIN-LETCHFORD.-February 26, 1927, at St. Michael's Church, Stanmore, by Rev. Father Kenny, James, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kerin, of Coolamon, to Marguerite Evelyn (Rita), second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Letchford, of Petersham.
PEGUM-BLACK.-February 14, 1927, ot St. Mary'», North S.ulnc.v. by Rev. Father Walsh, Margaret Mary, daughter ot W. E. Black, of Meadowbank, to George Thomas, son of G. Pegum, ot North Sydney.
PROCTER-PARFETT.-March 12, at St. Matthew's Church. Bondi, by thc Rev. C. C. Dunstan, Norman Tu timm, elder son of the Ute John and Mrs. R Procter, ol Neutral Bay, to Florence l.oulso, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jame» Parfett, Eastbourne. Lsiiglee-avcnue, Waverley,
RATTRAY - DUNBAR. - November 27, 1926, at St. Basil's church of England, Artarmon, by the Rev. Alfred G. Perkins, Clarence Archibald, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rattray, of Artarmon, to Clarice Ruth, second daughter of Mrs. C. and the late Charles Dunbar, of Broughton-road, Artarmon.
TAYLOR-COOPER.-Match 30, 19Î7, at St. Stephen's Church, Willoughby, by the Rev. II. S. Begble, Mon- tague George, eldest »on of Hie late Mr. and Mr». V\ Taylor, Northampton, England, to Mildred Habel Murlrl," youngest daughter of Mr. «rid Mr». A. Cooper,
WEBBER-TEBBUTT.-April 16, 1927, at Ashfield Methodist Church, by Rev, R. Mowbray. Henry George, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Webber, of Croydon, to Phyllis Lucy, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Tebbutt, of Dalhousie-street, Haberfield
COCGHLrS"-FEBBTlYrj-Aptn 23, 1002. nt St. John's, Darlinghurst, .fllce Mnv F«hery tn John Henry Coughlln. Present address- il Harris-st,' .Rouelle
HILL-TRIBE.-April 28, 11)02, nt AH Souls' CXurch, Leichhardt, bv Rev. Thos. Holmes, Frederick Kendall Hill, "youngest sou of Mr. and »1rs. Hy. Hill, LmioVm, England, to Marr" Maud Trlba, youngest daughter v* Mr. »nd Mrs. 0. Tribe, Leichhardt. Presettt address. Si Fitsxoy-street. Kirribilli, New South Wales.
MALCOLM-Mcf-EISH.-April 23. KKK, at Llvtng stoue-road, Marrickville, by Rev. Dr. Clouston, Emily Lens, ynuuRcrt daughter ot William McLolsh, Edin- burgh, Scotland, to Hugh, second Eon of Hugh Msl colm, Scotland. _ "_______
FITZPATRICK-WILSON.-April 23. 1877. nt St. Michael and John's Cathedral, Bathurst. Present ad- dress 1 Willwley-st, Summer Hill.
LYNCT-LUPTON.-April 24, 1S77. at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Waterloo, by thc late He?. Fnther J. J. Cunningham, Joseph, eldest son of the late William I.vnrh and Harriet Sherlock, nf Wool- loomooloo, to Marv Jnne, voungest daughter of tile lute John »nd Mary Lupton, nf Waterloo sud Botany. Pre- sent address Loyola, fl MclCvoy-st, Waterloo.
LEA-IRONSIDE.-April 22. 1M7. by Rev. W. F. X. Hailey, Free Church of England, Charles, son of Robert Lea, late traveller John Fraser and Company, to Eleanor l:li?al*tli, daughter of James Ironside, financier, late of Denlinm-street, Surry lillis. Present address, Leavflle, Oower-street, Summer Hill
AMY.-April 2", 1027, nt ld« residence, 2 Murrarv streit. Waterloo. Winter Phillip, beloved husband of Martha Amy. (Privately Interred April 22.)
BARNES. - April 20, at Drury, New Zealand, Helen Gertrude, third daughter of the late Henry Latter and Fanny Sophia Barnes, of Grafton.
BEACH. - April 22, 1927, at his residence. Holmwood 23 Dalhousie-street, Haberfield. John Southwood Bench, drnrly loved husband of Elim Annie Alice, aged ST, years. Horne pupers please copy.
BE VERI DOE.-April 22, at Manly, Hastings Bram- I
well, eldest son of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. A. Beveridge, of Dollarvalc, Junee, aged 61 years, lu tennent Junee Cemetery, to-day, Saturday.
BLACKHALL.-April 22, 1027, flt II private hospital. Annie Bella, dearly-loved wife of William John Black- hall (late A.I.E.). ami mother nf Will, Ted. and Harold, of 102 Ciimden strcet, Newtown, aged 47 years.
BOBERG.- April 21, 1927, at the Coast Hospital, Casper Frederick, beloved husband of Kate Boberg, in his79th year. Rest in peace.
BOURKE.-April 21, 11)27. nt Hie Coast Hospital, Little Bay, Fidilnu» Mary, dearly-lnved wife of Law- rence Edward Rourke, of fi3 Woodvillo-rond, Granville, in lier 27th year. lt.LP.
BROOKS.-April 22. 1027. nt Mount \, ilga. Hornsby, Elsie, beloved wife of Oscar Brooks, of Greenwich Point, aged 47 years. Private Interment.
DALTON.-On Easter Sunday, at Sydney, Mary, widow of the late H. P. Dalton (late of Beechworth, Vic.) and dearly loved mother of Eva, Vera, and Win. in her
DAWSON.-April 21, nt Madang Hospital, New Guinea, from malaria. Jim Tniinook Dawson, dearly beloved husband of Madge, and father of Gordon anil
DE VILLE.-Aprll 22, at bis residence, Queenscliff. Bourke-street. Waverley, Thomas Charles, dearly-loved huHintid of the lute Margaret da VIlIo, ofter a lung and painful Illness.
DOWNIE.-April 17. nt her residence. Farm 201. Lee- ton, Mary Bridget Downie, aged 45 yenrs. R.l.P.
EARL.-April 22, 1027, at Coast Hospital, Melvina Harris Eorl, inte nf "2 City-road, city, aged 02 years. At rest, Melbourne pupers, please copy.
EARNSHAW.-April 22, 1027, at bis residence, Chel- sea, Massey-street. Gladesville, George Wellington
Enrnsliaw. aged IU.
ELLIS.-April 21, at his residence 60 Buckland-street, Alexandria, Thomas Henry, beloved husband of Fanny Ellis, and father of Georgina, Florrie, and Arthur, aged 72 years (late of Redfern).
GARRETT.-April 22, 1027, at Coast Hospital, John Charles Garrett, of 13 John-street, Woollahra, aged
OAUT.-April If), 1027, nt Iiis residence, Youtiri, Lindsay-avenue, Darling Point, Richard, beloved hus- band of Elizabeth Ann flaut, aged 70 years. Interred South Head Cemetery, April 12, 1W27. English popers please copy.
GEE.-April 21, 1927, at Western Suburbs Hospital, Alice nelena, widow of the lute Janies Hurbert Gee, of Ingleburn and Burwood, and mother of Sumuel, Lottie, Ada, Willie, and Mon limy, aged GO years.
GOLLAN.-March 31, 102". at lier residence. Upper Stanhope, Branxton. Isahella Teresa, relict ol tb« inte Colin Collnn: aged S5 years. R.l.P.
GOULD.-April 20, 1927, at his residence. Goodna Kingsway, Cronulla, James Gould, sen. ex Mayor Mar- rickville, beloved father of James, Ernest, Albert, Edith, Charles, Leslie, Harold, Joseph, and Doris, aged 74 years. At rest,
GREEN.-April 22, 1027, nt 27 James-street, Leich- hardt, Thomas Oreen (Glass Blower), beloved hus- band of Mary Green, aged 70 years. At rest.
GREEN.-April 21, 1027, Leslie Valentine (Val), j dcavly-lovcd eldest sou ot Mr. und Mrs. Leslie A. ' Gleen, of Oxford, Brisbane-itreet, Waverley, a.'ed 10
HALL. - April 21, 1927, at his residence, 294 Miller street, North Sydney, Phillip Henry Hall, aged 63 years.
HOFEL. - April 18, 1927, accidentally drowned Botany Bay, Francis Herbert Hofel and Daisy May Hofel, beloved son and daughter-in-law of Henry Hofel, of
KEITH.-April ID. 1027. at lier residence, 37 Wood street, Manly, Marion; beloved motlier of Margaret Morton. Peace, peace, )>eaee.
LEVY.-Simon, dearly loved uncle of Joseph ant] Alice Blermari, Woollahra. G.H.L.D.S.
MANN',-April 22, 1027, at lils residence, 30 Rcdmyre road, Strathfield, Arthur William, beloved husband of Minnie Mann, aged 50 years,
MASSEY.-April 17, at I.ewislmm Hospital, Mary Clare (Minnie), eldest daughter of H. J. and C. Massey, ol Jarrett-Htreet, Canterbury (suddenly).
MclVKR.-April 18, at Coast Hospital (late sister) Jessie Cathcart Mciver, beloved niece of Mrs. J. M. Bryant, St. Michel, 40 Philip-street, Neutral Bay, and
loved sister of Mrs. A. A. Edwards.
MELVILLE.-April 18, 1927, accidentally drowned, Gordon Lewis (Don), dearly-loved youngest son of Robert and Joan Melville, of 109 Pitt-street, city, and Margate-street, Kogarah, aged 21 years and 10 months.
OSBORE -April 21, at Harden. Ben Marshall, eld- est son of the late Ben. M. Osborne and Mrs. Elsie Osborne, of Redbank, Harden, Funeral leaves Moss Vale' for Bong Bong 3 p.m. Sunday.
PHILLIPS.-April 20. Aubrcv Phillips, solicitor, loved husband of Kit Phillips, ll lrcdale-avcnue, Cremorne.
PIKE.-April 22. at the residence of his daughter (Mrs. F. S. Watkins), Collingwood-street, Waverley. I George, dearly-loved husband of Ida June Pike, and
loving father of Gracie, George, und Emílv, aged 7J
HOWE.-April 22, at ftlsea, Bonls-road. Punchbowl, Alfred John Itoliert. eldest son of Richard Robert and Frances Lucy Florence Rowe, aged Ki years.
RCDDIMAN.-April 21. 1027, nt a private hospita Darlinghurst, Tiloma?, dearly-loved husband ot Mar Kuddiuian, aged 6W years. (By request, no flowers.
SEYMOUR.-April li, ut Goshen private hospital Hurstville, llurrv Thorpe, dearlv-lovod nephew o Mrs. C. lt. Tamhlyii. 12 Calvcrtstreet, Marrickville.
SHANNON.—At her residence, Molong, Margaret, the loved wife of Jas. Shannon, mother of Fitz, Det, and Mrs. H. W. Newman, Stanmore, aged 67 years. R.l.P
SMITH.-April 22, 1(127, .lames, of Marine-porade Watson's Bay, aged lsd years.
STEAD.-April 22, 1027. nt Iiis residence, Mvall street. Oatley, Ernest Ell Stead, aged fit) years. A/tei
a long illness.
WATSON.-April 22, 1027. at the residence of Mi son (W. C. Writ mn), liolicrtson-phioe. Watson's Dav William Henry Watson, lute of Bankstown ami Kasl Hills, and beloved husband of Sarah Ann Watum. am: father of Archibald, May, Bessie, William, and George
aged 711 years.
WESTWOOD.-April IS. accidentally drowned, (¡ran ville, Harry, beloved brother ot .lack Westwood, sister Kate, and brother-in-law Jim Spinks.
WESTWOOD.-April If», accidentally drowned. Gran ville, Harry, beloved uncle of Ruhr, ltita, Maggie, and
WILLIS.-April IS, 11127, at his parent»' residence, Norfolk-road, Epping, Harold, beloved eon ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Henry Willis, aged SO years.
WILLIAMS.-April 22, 11)27, nt a private hospital, Woollahra, Cliarlrs Williams, late of Wyndham,
N.S.W., oged 60 yean.
WILLIAMS.-April 21, at hi» residence, Cairo, Field tug-street. Collaroy, William Williams (chemist), be- loved husband of Marlon Williams, and formerly ol Newtown und Manly. Aged 72 vears. By reipicst no
Ho ive rs.
WILSON'.-April 21, 1027, at her sou ln-law's (Mr. F. W. Kelley) residence, South Giauville-panide, Gran- ville, Jemima Crew Wilson, aged tl» vents.
WYLIE.-April 18, al Children'« Hospital, Camper- down, George Charles, denrlv-lnveil son of Aubrey and Nena Wvlie (neu West), of 40 Smith-street, MiirHck
YORK,-April W, 1P27, at ber residence. Bellevue, Rosa-street, Oatley, Kliwttielh, In-loved wife of Samuel York, aged 77 yeara (suddenly).
ATCI11SON.-In lovlnp; memory nf our dear brother who wm accidentally killed, Liverpool Camp, April 24
Death will come when least expected:
No lund ran stay lt« |>owcr.
One of the heft the wurhl contained
Was cul down like u flower.
Inserted hy his loving sister und brother-in-law, Ititi
nnd diaries Phillip.
BAILEY.-In ever-loving memory of my ik'ur hus baud and tnv daddy, Aub., who prcsed «way April 2a
ile hnd a nature you could not help loving,
A heart that was purer than gold,
And to those who loved bim und knew him.
Ills memory will never grow cold. .My lips cannot tell bow I miss him, Hy heart cannot tell what to say.
Inserted bv bis ever-loving wife, Itene, and son
BAILEY.-In loving memory ot my denr son-in-law and my brother, Aub., died April 23, 10211.
So deatly loved, so sadly missed.
Inserted by bis loving mother, A. Degviier, and sister,
i BAILEY.-In loving memory of our dearly-loved
brother-in-law and uncle, Aubrey, died April 23, 11120.
God's greatest gift-re membrance.
I Inserted by hi! loving sister mid brotlicr-ht-liiw,
Amy ami Archie Field, and nieces, Norma mid Valeric. ¡ BAILEY.-in sad and loving memory of n-ii denr
brother and uncle, Aubrey, who departed this lire
April 23. 1020.
1 long for s brother I loved sn well, And the smile ct A face that is gone,
j Inserted by his loving «liter and brntlier-ln-luvr. I Lou nnd Arthur, and family.
I BAILEY.-In fond memory »f our belove.) brother and uncle, Aubrey, who pawed awav April 2;!. lirirt. in- serted by his loving brother and sister bi-lnw, Churllc ann -less, and nieces. Beryl and Lorna.
BAILEY. -In fond memory of our belove-, brother, Aubrey, who passed away April 23, WM, Inserted lu his loving brother and sister-in-law. Perce mid Mollie.
BAILEY.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Aubrey, who died April 23, 1020. Never to bc forgot- ten by Vera nnd Lindsay Ogilvie,
BARBER.-In loving memory of mv dearest and best friend, Sarah Barber, who départ»! tili« life April
23, 102t). Inserted by lt. Robinson. |
HARBER.-In Invine; memory of motlier. Surah Ann, who wau laid lo rest on April 23, 11)21).
Though Dulcen, till» I know.
Memory alway» will bestow
Kindest thoughts of ber so ilear. Wiwin we cherish, linger nour.
Inserted by lier sou and daughter-in-law, Cecil
BARBER.-lu loving niemnry of my dear mother and our grandmother, who departed this life April 23, 11)20,
Cod's greatest gift, remembrance.
Inserted by ber loving son. William, mid family.
BARBER.-lu memory of Sarah Barber, who died April 23. UKO.
A clusler of loving memories.
Inserted by ber lonely daughter, E. Barber (Xuise). BARBER.-In memory of my dear mother, who died April 23, 3020.
The last enemy to bo destroyed ii Death. Inserted by her daughter, E. Rosten.
BARBER.-In loving memory of our dear motlier, who fell asleep April 23, IPSO.
0 grave, where Is thy sting.
Inserted by lier daughter uno son-in-law. Mabel and Sam M'Hiiy.
BARRETT.-A tribute of everlasting love to the memori1 of our dear little baby, 1'atsv, who died April ! 21, 1II2C. God'» own. Inserted by lils loving father
I BLADES.-In tad and loving memory of our dear son, Sydney Douglas, who wu» accidentally killed at Douglas Park, April 21, 1010.
Inserted liv bis loving father and (nuttier, T, and A. Blades-, Douglas Park.
IILADES.-In lotin? mellion.- of our dear brothc Sid, who wan accidentally killed at Douglas Purl April it, 1(11(1. Sadly missed. Inserted hy li loving sisters and brothersln.bnv, D. J. Mcdill, J
M. Wonsnn, and L. J. McMahon.
IIOWEN.-In Invine; memorv of mv dear daughtc Alice, who passed away April 24, Hilo.
Loved, lemeinhi.-ied, humed for always. As lt dawns the eighth sad year.
Hy loving mut her, brothers, and sisters-in-law.
UOWL'N.-In loving memory ot mv dear slstei Allie, who passed away April 24, 1IIJ9. lt. 1.1'.
Your metnoiy, still so swift and dear, Is treasured with a love ¿lacere. Inserted by her loving sister. Harv.
UOWEN.-In loving memory of our dear listel Ally, who departed this life April 21. lum It.I.I I Sacred Heall of Jesus.
Hav,. mercy on ber soul.
Inserted by ber hiving sister and brother-in-law
Nell and Jim byrne.
HOWES.-In loving memorv of our dear auntj Ally, who died April 24, 11110.' 11.1.1'.
Hi her loving nieces and neplie.v. Winnie, Mary Nellie, and Jack byrne,
UI'ltLS.-In loving ineniorv of our dear daughter am sister, Alina, died April 21 1019, aged 27 years. Ko ever willi the Lord. Inserted by ber loving mother father, and sister«, Elsie, Nellie, und Moby.
OAKllltltltY.-Iii loving memorv nf my dear bus band and our dear falber, Sidney Slav Carberry
win. died April at, lieu.
My heart just ached with sadness,
.My eyes siled nriiiy a tear;
Tor Hod alone knows how we miss hiui,
As lt dawns the lirst sud year.
Inserted by lils loving wife nnd children.
CAItlll'.ltitY.-In loving memory of our dear brothel and uncle, SI,!, jj^j .\pifl -JJ, tirjiî. inserted by hil lovhur sister and brother, May lind Kreil., nnd family,
CAHHEHKY.-in loving memory of our dear lirothe and uncle. Sid, who died April 21, HÖH (accident). In seried itv bis loving sister und brother. Lill and Jae) Mallet and family. '
CAHHEItltY.-in luting memory of our dear brother and uncle, Sid, who was accidentally killed April 24 1020. Inserted hy bis loving sister and brother-iti law, I', and T. Egan and family.
CAltlll'ltltY.-In loving memory of our dear bro thi r iii-lutv, Sldiiov Ma'- Carbury, who died April 24,
Cone, but not forgotten.
Inserted by hi« loving cistcr-ln-Juw, Hick, and Jack. CAltHOLL.-lu loving memory of dear mother, whe pulsed away April 24, lP2r>. Always lovingly remein
bend by Krank and Neille.
CLAKKE.-In loving memory of our dear mother May. who departed this Hie April 24, ItKB. luscrici by her loving children, Haly, Allen, und Fr.mk.
CLAKKE.-in loving, memory or our dear sister. Mabel, who departed this lifo April 24, 1025. Lovingly remembered. Inserted by ber brother und sisters.
CHULEY.-tn loving memory of our dear son ant brothel, Noel, who departed this Hie April 23 llllu.
To-day brings back sad memories
Ot ú loved one gone to lest.
And those who think of Noel to-day
Are tiloso who lot ed him best.
Inserted liv his loving mother, father, slsteri, sud
lu i ¡tilers.
EASUN - In loving memory of my dear husband, David Howard, who passed uway April 23, 1920. In w;rted by bis loving wife and daughter.
EOSTElt. - fn loving 'memory cf our dear sister, »'era, «.ho pas'i-d away Apiil 2;), ll'2.7. Inserted by lier loving motlier, sIHcis. and brother.
ITÍOST.-In loving memory of our dear son and bnitlier. Harry, wno departed this life April ¿'I, ÍU2U.
Too dearly loved to net be forgotten.
Inserted hy his loving mother, father, sisters, uno
bi ot bei s.
HAULAND.-In loving memore ul our dear wife jud mother, ¿Ita departed ibis life April 24, 1023,
Inserted by brr loving liusbui.J, daughter, und
OliEENCK-In loving memory of our dear motlier, wlio di«) April 24, i'.'KS. Inserted by ber daughter, Ev«, (ieoige, and grumlc'illdicn, liva and Jack Elliott.
UltEF.NLT.-lu biting memory of my dear mother,
who died April 21, 1020.
Though lite tirings much that is altered,
And time brings much that is new,
There i- inc thing that miter win siter,
That** my memory, dear mother, (or you. Inserted by bet loving son, Hoy.
HAND».-In loving memory of Alfred Mark, «bo depurtnl this life April IS, 1907. Inserted by his
wife and family. , I
HA'U'KR.-In loving memory ot nur dear lather, Jolm Urown Harper, died April 23, 1U2.Ï. Sadly missed. Inserted liv M. and J. Harrier.
HAIfltlS-In loving memory of my dear wife and our loving mother, parsed away Apiti 23, 1»21. lu* sei-ted hy hui loving husband and children.
HEATH.-lu loving memory ot our dear mother, Aim Heath, «lin departed thin life April 21, 1620.
Night and day our thought» do wunder,
To a gi H ve not far away;
Where they laid our darling mother.
Just one year ago to-day.
Inserted by ber loving son and daughter-in-law, brother, and grandchildren. Wal, Vern, and Lorry.
HUGHES.- lu fond memory of our beloved only child. Jackie, drowned Rusliculter tiny April 21, 11)22, aged 3 years -I months.
(Jone lu tl's«. «miling little face,
Those little loving ways,
The heart that won so many
In bygone days.
Inserted by bis loving motlier and father.
HroilKS.-In loving remembrance of Jackie, act dentally drowned April 21, li'22. Inserted liv UH grandmother, and Auntv Dorothy, mid uncles £r»?>t and Itupert.
HUGHES.-In loving memory of dmr little .luckie, drowned ut Hushcutter Doy, 'April 21, 1022, aged 3
years ( month«.
Tills memory so sweet and dear
li treasured still with love sincere.
Inserted liv bis loving auntie and uncle, Jess and
HUGHES.-Io loving remembrance of Jackie, acci- dentally drowned April 21. 11/22. Inserted by lils uncles, Ted and Tom, aunties, Ella and Mudge.
INGHAM.-In fond memory of my dear husband, Wil- liam Harham Ingham, who passed livvyy April 23. IDHI, Inserted by lils fond wile and daughter. Thelma.
INGHAM.-In loving memory of our dear sou, Wil- liam Uiirliam, who passed awu'y at Lithgow, April 23,
Always rememliercd. Inserted by W. Hud L Ingham.
INGHAM.-A tribute of love to the. memory ot our dear brother and uncle. William, who passed away at Lithgow, lint). (Sylvia and Ivy Goff.
INGLIS.-In cver-luvlug memory of my dear wife, Margaret Elizabeth, who passed away April 23, lftäo.
liest, dearest wile, thy toil ls o'cl,
Thy loving bauds «hull loll no more. No more thy gentle cys* shall weep,
liest, dornest wife, gently sleep. Wc mourn for you, dear motlier,
Hut not with outward show.
For the heart that mnurn'u slncoiely
Mourns silently and low.
Inserted by ber loving liut-band, Thomas Jackson inglis.
INGLIS.-lu ever-loving memory of my dear mothar, Maigatet Elizabeth, who passed away April 23, lieu.
You often said I'd miss you,
Tour words have proved too true,
i 1 lout Uly best ut»! dearest friend, 1
Dear motlier, when 1 lost you.
! Imerted by bei loving son, Jim,
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