ALDER. -March 19, to thc wife of Arthur B. Aide
Deloraine, Brighton-street, Petersham-a - daughu (Stella Lillian).
ALLEN. -March 22, 1915, at Loomberah private Hos-
pital, Carthage-street, Tamworth, to Mr, and Mrs .J. H. Allen-a son.
BATTYE (nee Beryl Horder).-March 20, at Calmni
Nurse McMahon's private hospital. Glebe Point, tb wife of ,1. C. Sydney Battye-a son (Keith Sydney) BETTS. -March 2, at Vale Head, Molong, the wife of
H. C. Betts-a son.
BLAXLAND.-March. 10, at Dunvegan, Westcrn-roat
Parramatta, to Mr. awl Mrs. ll. C. Blaxland-a daugl
BURBIDGE. -March 23, at Nurse Thompson and Eville
private hospital, Katoomba, wife of Alec Burbridge a daughter
CAHILL (nee Nella Merchant).— March 22, at 42 Rag-
lan-street, Waterloo, the wife of A. J. Cahill, of a daughter (Joan).
CHAMBERLAIN. -.luivniiry 22, ut Rockleigh, Watson'
Bay, the wife of John Chamberlain, of a daughter.
CHANNON.-March 10, at Lister Hospital, the wife c
S. J. Channon, Killara-a son.
CHAPMAN.-March 13. nt 02 Dahousle-strcet, Habel ' Held, the wife of Hyman Chapman (nee lila Paj
CLAYTON.-March 20, 1915, at Nurse Page's privat
hospital, Ballintoy, Willoughby-road, North Sydnc.i to Mr. mid Mrs. Ernest Clayton, Atehison-streel North Sydney-a son.
COOTE.-February 23, 1015, nt Nurse Green's privat
hospital, 0 Fredbert-strcel, Leichhardt, to Mr. an Mrs. G. Coote, Lakemba-a son.
DAVOREN.-March 23, 1015, at Nurse Saundcrso
Brown's private hospital, 15 Woolcott-street, Darline hurst, the wife of George L. Davoren-of a so (George Corry),
DENT.-March 17, at the rectory. Austinmer, to th
Rev. and Mrs. O.Q. Dent-a son. '
DORAHY.-March 16, at Ashgrove, Austenham-road:
Leichhardt, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dorahy-a son Joseph Raymond (Ray).
EDWARDS.-February 20, 1015, at Bowning, to Mr. an
Mrs. W. A. Edwards-a daughter (Linnie).
EYLES. -March 20, at Cooinda Private Hospital, ' Net
tral Bay, thc wife of Harry H. Eyles-a daughter.
FULLER.-February 21, at Queenscliffe, Manly, to Mi
and Mrs. V, Fuller-a daughter.
GREENWOOD.-March I.e. at Nurse Primrose's privat
hospital, Livingstone-road, Petersham, to Mr. am Mrs, A. Greenwood, Union-street, Dulwich Hill daughter.
GREET. -March 2, nt Torpolnt, Hurstville, the wife o
Harold Greet-n son (.lohn).
GUNTHER.-March 20, at Condong, Tweed River, t
Mr. and .Mrs. Cyril M. Gunther-a daughter.
INMAN.-March 20, at AhbotsfonI Private Hospital
Katoomba, to Mr. and Mrs. Inman-a daughter (Emil, Lillian).
LAWRY.-March 25. at Kolan!, Kurraba-mad, Neutra
Hay, to Captain and Mrs. W.' Spencer lawry-t daughter.
LEMAIRE. -March 4, 1015, at St. lawrence Privat
Hospital, Chatswood, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lcmalie of Epping-a son (Arthur Greatrcx).
LONGWORTH.-Varch 10. 1015, at Nurse Whiting'
private hospital, Neutral Bay, to Mr. and Mr¡ Sydney Longworth, Borah, Moree-a daughter.
MCCLELLAND.-March 8, at Waukatlni, Mosman, Iii
wife of G. IL McClelland-a daughter.
McINTOSH. -March 26, thc wife of Ernest Mein
tosh, of a son.
MARR (nee Kitty Gibbins). - March 21, at Clark-
street, Harden, wife of J. N. Marr - a son (Alfred James).
MINNETT. -March IS, al Nara, Morubcn-road, Mosman
to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Minnett-a daughter.
MOSS (nee Nellie Little).-March 15, 1015. at Lucinda
avenue. Wahroonga, thc wife of Sydney A. Moss a daughter.
MURDOCK. -March 16. at Cooinda private hospital
Wycombe-road, Neutral Bay, thc wife of J. Ilarolc
MURDOCH (nee Essie Chalmers).-.March IS, at Heath
field Private. Hospital, Wood's-avenuc, Woollahra thc wife of W. W. Murdoch-a daughter.
PARKER.-February in, at Maroubra, Harden-road, Ar
tarinon, the wife of ll. H. J. 'Parker-a son.
PEEK.-March 13, 1915, at Panorama-street, Lismore,
to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peek-a son.
PLUMRIDGE.-The wife of H. Plumridge, of Moorfield
road, Belmore, of a son. Both doing well.
PRICE (nee Essie Richie). - March 14, at "The Haw-
thorns", Penrith, the wife of Leo T. Price - of a daughter.
RALPH (nee Dot Stevens).-March 10, 1015, at Hin
lop, Bclmore-roail. Hurstville, the wife ot William R. Ralph, of a son (Ronald William).
SELMES (nee leleen Foster).-Mnrch 22. 1016,- ot
Nurse Page's private hospital, Ballintoy, Willoughby road, North Sydney, the wife of ll. W. Seltnes, North Sydney-a son.
SIMPSON (nee Lydia Mann).-March 12, at Mascot,
Sackville street, Bexley, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Simp son-a, daughter (Phyllis May).
SKY. -March 12, nt Nurse .Stains-Hall's private hospi
tal, Sioma. Jersey-road, Woollahra, to wife of Iv« .1. Skv, Arizona, Mansou-road, Strathfield-twin boj and girl.
SMITH (nee Elsie Murphy). -March 10, 1015, at Ar
dencaple. Holt-avenue, Mosman, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Smith-a son (Brlau Louis). ?
SMITH (nee Elina Maud-Tean-Stafford).-March 23
at Nurse Simpson's private hospital, Scone, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Smith-a son.
THOMSON.-March ll, at Cooinda private hospital,
Wyeombc-road, Neutral Bay, thc wife of J. S. Thom- son, Belmont-road, Mosman-a son.
TILEY (nee Alice Carruthers).-March 5, at Oreti, El
tham-street, lewisham, the wife of Reginald M. Tiley-a son (Raymond "Moxey).
TINCKAM.-March 25, at 151 Petersham-road, Marrick-
ville, the wife of H. N. Tinckam-a son.
UPJOHN.-March 20, at Bilgola, Napier-strcct, Tam-
worth, to Mr. and Mrs. W. O. R. Upjohn-a son.
WATSON (nee Lily Archer).-March 15, at Pembroke,
Military-road, Mosman, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. E. Watson-a daughter.
ALLAN-MONTGOMERY. -February 16, 1915, at Christ
Church, St. Kilda, Melbourne, by Rev. George Pen nicott, Herbert Leslie, third son of Mr. and Mrs. J J . Allan (J J Dallas), of Forest Hill, Lon don. to Elsie Maria, youngest daughter of the late Archibald Montgomery, of Tasmania, and Mrs. E.
Green, of St. Kilda, Melbourne
BERRIMAN-WATKIN. -March 6, 1915, at the Me-
thodist Church, Ashfield, by the Rev. R. East, as- sisted by the Rev. J. C. Hill. Arthur Ernest, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berriman, of Marrickville, to Gladys Esther, seventh and youngest daughter of the late J. W. Watkin and Mrs. Watkin, of Wel- lesley, Ashfield. Present address, Minora, Moss Vale. BLOOMFIELD-HINDMARSH. -March 6, 1916, at
St. James's Church, Burwood, by the Rev. R. Scott West, Guy Bloomfield, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Haydon Bloomfield, Blandford, to Jean Isabel Bonnie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Hindmarsh, Struan, Lismore.
BOOTH - MILLMAN - On February 25, at St Stephen's
Presbyterian Church, Phillip-street, Sydney, by Rev. John Ferguson, Harold Charles, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Booth, of Balmain, to Ethel May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Millman, of Leichhardt (late of Bathurst).
CADDY-HARDY.-March 6, at St. Stephen's Church,
Newtown, by the Rev. H. S. Begbie, Leslie Joseph, youngest son of the late Joseph and Mrs. Caddy, of Kogarah, to Elsie Margaret, second youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy, of Reiby-street,
CRAWFORD-HARRISON. -On February 2. 1015, . at
SI. Aime's Church, Homebush,, by the Rev. ll. T. Rose. Hugh, the fourth HOC * of Hie late Robert Vrawford, Hill End. Rooty Hill, to Lillie, the second »laughter of Joseph Harrison, . Ashby, Oxford-road,
CRAWFORD-HARRISON. -On February 2, 1915, al
St. Anne's Church, Homebush, by tho Rev. II. T. Rose, Bruce, the youngest son of the late Robert Crawford, Hill End, Rootv Hill, to Emily, thc fifth daughter of Joseph Harrison, Ashby, Oxford-road,
CRAWFORD-MALLAM. -March 3, 1015, ot St. Pctcr'e
Cathedral, Armidale, by the Rev. Canon Johnstone, Alexander, son of Mr. T. Crawford. Yoorooga, Wal <- iu-riiad, to Ethel Dallison, second daughter of the .late Dr. L. .1. Nallam, Loloma, Armidale.
DOUST-NEWMAN. -March 17, 1915, at the Method-
ist Church, Dorrigo, by the Rev. G. Nelson Ben sley, Stafford, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Reu ben Doust, Bellingen, to Nellie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. B. Newman, Dorrigo.
FLOWER-SMALE. -November 21, 1011, at Grantala,
Edward-street Kogarah, by the Rev. G. Cranston, Robert Gregg, third son of Mr. Frederick Gregg Flower, Gunawnh, Bangalow,' to Evelyn, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. S. G. ,Smalc, Kogarah. Address, Glenel- gin, Bangalow
FORREST-JONES. -March.' 3, 1915, at St. Philip's,
Church Hill, by Rev. Alfred Venn. James Wilkin, second son of Mr. and Mis. Thomas Forrest,' Mosman, to Frances Amelia, youngest .daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Evan Jones, Mosman.
GIBB-LUSTY. - February 21, 1915, at Barnabas' Church
uf England, Fairfield, George Henderson, eldest son of llenrv L. «¡bb, or Fairfield, lite of Bondi,! to Susan Rachel, eldest daughter of Willum Lusty, of Waverley, New Zealand and home papers please copy. GIOVANELLI-LYONS. - February 0, at St. James'
Roman Catholic Church, Forest Lodge, by the Rev. Monsignor Connan, Ernest, eldest son of George (,'lovaneIII, Grafton, fo Margaret, second daughter of .Inn. Lyons, of Wattle Vulo, Boorowa.
GREEN-RICHARDS. -On February 8, 1915, at the
Mary Immaculate Church, Waverley, by the Rev. Father Callaghan, Henry J. F., only son of the late John Green, J.P., and Mrs. M. C. Green, of Rowena, Busby-parade, Waverley, to Kathleen, fourth daughter of the late William Richards, of Grawlin, Forbes, and Mrs. Richards, Wonga, Forbes.
HOGAN-LARSEN. -February 3, 1915, at St Mary's
Cathedral, Sydney, by tho Rev. Father Sherm, Thomas Grattan, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. ! W. Hogan, of Randwick, to May, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Larsen, of Milson's Point
KELLY-THORNBORROW. - March 3, at St. Stephen's
Church, Newtown, by the Rev. H. S. Begbie, Wil- liam Joseph, eldest son of the late Mrs. Kelly and Mr. F. Kelly, of Randwick, to Millicent Maud, only
daughter of the late Mr. G. Thornborrow and Mrs. Thornborrow, of Newtown.
LEWIS-ROCKLIFFE. - February 23, nt St. Stephen's.
Phillip-street, Sydney, by Rev. John Ferguson, Leslie Raymond, youngest son of Mrs. lt. Lewis, Na- rooma, South Court, to Margaret .Lorimer, third daughter of Roger Ayton HocklifT, of Sydney.
McKENZIE-EATON. -February 2", 1915, nt 'Newtown
Jtcthodist Church, by Rev. J. W. Holden, Ilugli, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. McKenzie, of Cam In-id-e-drcct, Stanmore to Stella Grace, eldest daugb. ter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Ellen, of Lincoln-street, Stan-
MAIDMENT-HAMEY. -lanuary 13, 1915, at St.
Aldan's Church, Annandale, Gi-orge 1 íviun, fourth son of -Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jil dmenl, of Had fern lo. Beatrice, -youngest daughter of Mr. and Mr«.' William Hamey, of Forest Lodge.
MENARD-HUGHES. - March 17, 1015, nt St. Peter's
Church Frederickton (N.S.W.), by the Rev. C. .T. t'h-unbets, John .Louis Menard, of Sydney, to Albert», ' fourth daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes, of
Fiedoikklon. . .
NEWMAN-McPHAIL. - luiiuary IS, 10)5, nt Congre-
gational I Lurch, Sydney, by Hie Hov. E. L. Coulter,
Arthur Henry, youngest son of Mr. mid Alis. vt,
Netviuin of Marrickville, to Dorothy Jean, only daughter of tho lute Alexander McPliail -and Mrs. Mcphail, of Mosman. ,
SIMPSON-CORMACK. -February 27, 1915, at Wahroon-
ga Presbyterian Church, Sydney, by the Rev. J. Kemp Bruce, Alexander Don, eldest son of John and Jane Simpson, Invergourie, Dundee, Scotland, to Catherine Marjory, eldest daughter of William and Elizabeth Cormack, late of Castletown, Scotland. SMALL-HOGAN. -March 10, 1915. St. Luke's [Con
,-ord bv A. II. Venn. Concord, Thomas Mcl-.waii, third win of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas MeEwan Small,
of Buxton, to Daisy Elizabeth, third daughter of| i Mr and Mrs, 0. K. Hogan, of Silverwater, Auburn.
PAYNE-STENBERG. -February 20, 1915, at St. Ste
phen's Church, Edgecliff-road, Woollahra, by thc Rev. John Newton Stephen, Herbert A. lt. Payne, to Mary 0. Stenberg.
STUART-CLARKE. -ganuary 30, 1015, ot St.. Bar
nabas' Church, George-streot West, by the Rev. Canon Charlton, Walter, youngest son ot Mr/ and Mrs. Alexander Stuart, of Glebe, Sydney, to Ellen Frances (Nellie), youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clarke, of Annandale, and granddaughter of the late Henry Harding, of Itcdfcrn.
SWINEY - HOLSTON. - March 23, 1915, at St. Stephen's
Presbyterian Church, Phillip-street, Sydney, by the Rev. John Ferguson, Thomas James, only son of G. E. Swiney, Esq., T. and G. Insurance Inspector, Orange, to Irene (Nurse), fifth daughter of James Holston, Braemar, Adaminaby.
TATE- BURCHER.-January 10. 1915, .at St. James'
Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Wcntworth-Sheilds, Wil- liam Tarren,- only son of W. Tate, of Rockdale, to
Mabel Violet, only daughter of S. T. Burcher, of Bexley. Present address Taymount, Dunmore-strcct,
TAYLOR-SCOTT. -February 27, 1915, al St, John's!
Church, Ashllcld, by tho Rev. Alfred Ynrnold, Jack Cyril Strangman Taylor, to Florence Scott,
TINDALE-WATSON. - March 16, 1915, at St. Ste-
phen's Church, Phillip-street, by the Rev.- John Ferguson, George Harold Tindale, to Grace M. Watson.
WALSHE-MOORE. -March 10, 1915. at St. Peter's
Church, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. S. H. Denman, Eric Dalrymple, youngest son of the late James Walshe, of Beellevue Hill, to Helen Clemence, only daughter of the late Prior Moore, of Kellett-street,
WILLIAMS. -In loving memory of my dear mother,
Mary Williams, who died at "her late residence, Pen beagle, Arundel-strcct, Forest Lodge, Glebe, March 2S, 10H. _SadIy missed. Inserted hy her loving danchtrr, M. L, Sheriff.
LEAN-MILLER. -.March 2S. 1890, at Petersham, Syd-
ney, by the Rev. Joseph Robertson, M.A., Jabez, |
third son of thc late Christopher and Elizabeth Lean, of Bodmin, Cornwall, England, to Amy Barbara, youngest daughter of the late John Frederick and Cutherine Miller, of Dalwood, Hunter River, New South Wales. Prêtent address, King-street, Balmain,
VAUGHAN-ROSTRON. -March 20,. 1890, at St. Ste-
phen's, Church-street, Newtown, hy thc late Rev. Charles Duppuy, William James Lee, second son of thc late James William Vaughan, of tho Queen's Own, 9th Lancers, Surrey, England, lo Rachel, the youngest daughter of the late Edmund Rostron, of Lancashire, England. Present address. Palace-street,
Home pnpers please copy.
BASSETT-WATSON. -March 27, 1805, at Sterling
street, Redfern, by Rev. W. Slatycr, Robert Bas- sett, eldest son of late S. Bassett, of Ixmdon, to Mary» youngest daughter of late John Watson, of
Sydney. Present address, 8 Arthur-street, Marrlck- ] ville. Brisbane papers please copy.
BARSDEN.—March 26, 1915, suddenly, at Brookside,
Parramatta, Lilian May, only daughter of the late
J. H. and K. Barsden.
CAMERON.-March 25. 1915, Helen, widow of the late
Neil Cameron, of Cluny, The Avenue, Strathfield. By request, no Howers.
COLLINS.-March 20, 1915, at Marrickville Hospita!,
Edmond Collins, aged 50 years. R.l.P.
CONLIN. - March 21, 1915, at his residence, S05 Cleve-
land-street, Redfern, John Conlin, youngest son of the lalo John and Sandi Conlin, aged 02 years.
DAWE. -Mareil 20, al Manly Cottage Hospita], Eve,
dearly loved wife of Thonins Henry Dawe, of Bal gowliih-road. Manly, and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George John Ohidgey, of Balmain, aged 54 years. ,
FELS. - March 22, at Normanton, Monihen-road, Mos-1
man (suddenly) Frederick Fels, ot Springwood. In- terred Rookwood Cemetery, Tuesday, Morck 23, 1015.
GEE. -March 20, Carmel Willis, beloved husband of
Margaret, and son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Gee, Camp- belltown, aged 32 years.
GORMAN.-March 26, at 19 Hughes-street, Potts Point,
Isabella, widow of the late John V. Gorman, Tara, Ocean-street, Woollahra, aged, 95 years. R.l.P.
GRIFFITHS.—March 22, at 82 Hill-street, Leichhardt,
Lillian Joyce, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Griffiths, aged 2 years and 3 months. Safe in the
arms of Jesus.
JAMIESON. --March 28, 1915, at 37 Arcadia-road, Clcbc,
Point, suddenly, Walter Jamieson, aged 83 years,
LEE. -March 24, at her late residence, 21 Sutto
street, Alexandria, Nellie' Frances, dearly heloved
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy J. Lee, aged I* j
years 3 months.
L'GREEN (nee Selby). - March 20, at Junee, Florence
Pearl, the dearly beloved sister of Mrs. Lionel Hor- ton, of Five Dock (suddenly), aged 23 years. In-
terred at Junee March 22.
LUMB.-January 28, 1915. at Bradford, Y'orkshlre,
üngland, Honora, thc beloved mother of IL Lumti, j and only sister of Mr?. M'Carihy, Olenmorc-road, Rtl5hcuttcr Bay. v
MILLS.-February 5, nt Cheltenham, Gloucestershire,
England, William Mills, retired coachbuildcr, In his 87th year, beloved father of Mrs. Sidney A. Hyde, Rocky Point-road, Rockdale. At rest.
NATHAN. -»March 23, at her parents' residence,
Cavan, Elizabeth-street, Zetland, Margaret Veronica Nathan, aged 7 months. R.I.P.
PAYNTER. - March '25, 1015, at his late residence.
Stoneleigh, Woodward-avenue, Strathfield, Robert Einclius Paynter, in his SGth year. Queensland' and home' papers please copy.
PITMAN. -March 25, 1915, at lier late residence, 151
Darling-street, Balmain, Sarah Pitman, in her OSUl year, after a lingering illness.
RAE. -March 24, suddenly, at Melbourne, Robert A.
"' , lute of Sussex Station, N.S.W.
REDFERN. -.March 24, Manly Cottage Hospital, Alice
Grace, dcariy loved wife of Herbert W. S., and mother pf Raymond Lewis Redfern, aged 35 years. Interred Thursday.
A precious gift gone home,
RAFFERTY. -March 24, 1915, at his residence, Rita
Ville, Bonar-street, West Maitland, Peter, beloved husband of M. E. Rafferty, aged 72.
REDFERN.-March 24, Manly Cottage Hospital, Alice
Grace, dearly loved and only daughter of lt. G. and E.", and sister of Toni, Arthur, and Walter Hogarth.
He giveth His beloved sleep.
ROBERTS.-March 1, 1015, at lils residence, Duke of
Cornwall Hotel, Broken Hill, Harry Lewis, beloved husband .of ll. L. Roberts, aged 07 years,
WADE. -March 23, 1915. at Sydenham, suddenly,
Robert Wade, kite of Tambaroora and Nundle, aged 74, beloved brother of Mrs. H. lawler, of Elgin
WOOD-CHISHOLM. -March 23, nt Victoria Barracks,
Paddington, Oswald Harold, dearly beloved nephew mid adopted sou of Edward II. and Annie Wood, of Cambridge-street, Watson's Bay, nged 17 years and " months, of double pneumonia and meningitis.
ABRAHAMS.-In sad but loving memory of our dearly I
beloved mother, Maud, who departed this life March 28, 1912. Though death divides, memory clings. Inserted by her sorrowful children. Emanuel, Alice! Willum, Emma, and Wallace.
APPS.-In loving memory of my dear husband, who I
departed tins life March 28, 1914.
The end came sudden, husband, dear;
lt made us weep and sigh.
And, oh, it was so bani to think
You could not say good-bye.
Inserted by his loving wife and baby boy, Clara and
BENNETT.-lu loving memory of our desr mother,
Mary Ann'Bennett, who departed this life Marth 28, 1911. Sweet Jenas, have mercy on lier soul. In- serted hy her loving children, .May, Violet, Richard.
BENNETT.-In sad but ever loving memory of our
dear Neille, who departed this life March 28, 1908,
aged 27 years, of meningitis. ? 1
Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand.
And thc sound of a voice that is still.
Inserted by her loving mother, brother, and sister, |
Winifred, Fred, and Esther G. Bennett.
BLOW.-In sad and loving memory of our dear danghte
and sister, Nora Blow, who departed thia life March 25, 1011, aged 21 years.
O blessed Virgin Mary Thy mercy I implore.
O Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have mercy on her BOUL
Inserted lu- ber loving mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. A. M'Mahon, and her sisters and brothers; also her little children, Jacky and Bessie Blow. | BLOW. -In ever loving memory of- our dear slitor,
Nora- Blow, who departed this life March 28, 1911,
aged 24 years. I
You are not forgotten, Nora, dear;
Nor will you ever he- . , As lone as life and memory last We will remember thee.
Inserted by lier loving sister and brother-in-law, Maude ond Leslie Rollinson;
BOOKER. -In sad Mit loving memory of my dear wife,
Katie, who departed this life March 28, 1914.
Fondly 1 loved her.
She Is dear to mc still.
But In criof we must bend
To Cod's holy will.
Inserted by her loving husband. Will.
BOOKER.-in loving memory of our dear daughter,
Kutlc, who departed this life March 2S, 1914.
Not dead to us-wc loved her dear.
Not lost-but gone before.
She lives with us in memory still,
And will for evermore.
Inserted hy her loving father and motlier.
BOOKER.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Katie,
who departed this life March 28, 1914.
Wc loved her? Yes. No tongue can te 1 How dcnplv, how dearly, and how well. God loved 'her, too, mid thought it best To take her home willi Ulm to rest.
Inserted by her loving sisters, Annetta, Gladys, and
BOOKER.-In loving memory of our dear sister Kati,,
who departed this life .March ss, 1914.
Wc lliiiik ol you, dear Kalie,
And our hearts are sore with pain. A This world would be a heaven
Could wo hear your voice again.
Inserted liv her loving brother and sister-in-law,
Norman and Lizzie Burne.
CABLE.-In loving memory of our dear sister. Maude,
third eldest daughter of the late Upton Bradford, of Paddington, who departed this life .March 27, 1912. Inserted by her loving sisters and brothers. With Christ, which is far better.
CAMPBELL. - In ever loving memory of my dear hus- band. William Campbell, who departed this life
March 28, 1907. .
No space of time, no lapse of years,
Cnn dim my husband's past.
His loving memory holds him dear,
And will until tho hut.
Inserted by his cver-Ioving wife.
CAMPBELL.-In loving remembrance of pur dear father, Willum Campbell, who departed this life March
,¿>Í' As the ivy clings to the oak, ,
So our meillon' clings tn thee.
Inserted by Allie and Os: _,,,," CAMPBELL. -In ever hiving memory pt our dear father,
Wiiuini Campbell, who departed this lifo March 28, m'' There Is one bond death cannot sever:
Loving remembrance, which lasts for ever. Inserted li.v Will and Lizzie.
CHURCH. -In loving memory of our dear mother.
Flora Ann Church, lute of Queensland, who departed
Oils lifo March 27, HUI.
Though .Thou lui« called mo lo resign What most 1 prlzcd-it ne'er was mine 1 only yielded «hat was Thine.
Thy will be done.
What though In lonely grief I sigh For friends helmed no longer nigh, Submissive, would still reply,
"Thy will he done." , " Inserted by her loving sons, B. H. Raynor and W.
G. E. Blatchford.
COADY -In loving memory of our darling mother,
who departed this life March 28, 1014. Inserted by her daughter and son, Mrs. and Mr. F. Tierney.
COADY.-In loving memory of my darline; mother,
departed this life March 2S. 1014. Inserted bj loving daughter, Dolly. Sweet Jesus, have n
on her soul.
COADY.-In loving memory of my loving sister,
departed this lite March 28. IOU. Inserted by loving sister and niece, Margaret and Mary Cassi* CORRICK. -In loving memory of our dear mo
Mary Ann Cornell, who departed thia life Marci 100S, at lialmain, aged 50 years. Inserted by loving daughter und son-in-law, Maggie and Ii:
CROCKETT.- In fond and loving memory of our a
loved motlier, Charlotte Emily, late of Siam , who died at Sydney Hospital, March 2S, 1914.
tnv beloved father. James, who died at Stan
July 10, 1S93.
Tho midnight stars aro shining
Upon ii. silent grave,
Where slccpcst without dreaming ' Tile ones wc could not save.
Inserted by their fond children, May, Charlotte,
CROCKETT.-In ever loving memory of my dearly 1
mother, Charlotte Emily, who died in Sydney
pital, March 2?, 1914. Also my beloved fal James, who died at Stannum, July 10, 1893.
You are not forgotten, my parents, dear; Nor will you ever be.
As long as lifo and memory lash I'll always think of thee.
Inserted by their sorrowing eldest daughter, E (New Zealand pupers please copy.)
CROVER (nee Crackles).-In tender memory of
darling daughter irene, wno passed sway March
10U9. ' .
Though deutli divides memory clings.
DAVIS.-In loving memory of my dear husband
our dear father, John Davis, who departed Oils March 2S, 1012. Thy will bc done. Inserted lils loving wife, Mabel, and children.
DAWSON.-In loving memory of our dear mot
Jessie, who departed this life March 2S, 1905, i 42 years. CR.U.S. Inserted by her lo' daughters. Ella, Annie, and Beatie.
EDWARDS. - In loving memory of our darling dal
ter, Elizabeth Ann (Bessie), who departed this
March 2S, 1914.
This lovely bud, so young, so fair,
Called hcuca by curly doom,
Just caine to show how sweet a flower
in Paradise would bloom.
Ere sin could barm or torr ow fade
Death came with friendly care,
The opening bud to heaven conveyed,
And bade it blossom there
Inserted by ber sorrowing parents, J. and
EDWARDS.-In , loving memory of my dear ll
granddaughter, who departed this life March 2S, lt
A lovely flower us white as snow
Was by un angel given.
But fearing earth should spoil its bloom
Cod planted her in heaven.
Inserted by her loving grandmother, L. E.
EDWARDS.-In loving memory of our dear li
friend, Elizabeth Ann Edwards, who departed life March SS, 1914, aged 14 montlis, At rest,
se.rted by ber loving triends, M. and W. Murphy, EGAN. -Sucred to the memory of our dearly-belo
daughter and sister, Agnes, who departed this
March 2?, 1013. R.I.P. Inserted by her lov fadier and mother, sisters and brothers.
EGAN.-Sacred to the memory ol our dearly-lo
lister, Agues, who departed this lifo Milich 1913. H.I.P. Inserted by her loving sister brother-in-law, Ccrtlo and Will Edwards.
EGAN. -Sacred to the memory "of our diarly-loved
ter, Agnes, who departed this life March 27, RV Inserted by her loving sister and brothcr-iii-1 May and Carl Nissen.
FLYNN.-A tríbulo of love to the memory of our c mother. Johanna M. A. Flynn (late of Burvvoi who passed away March 27, 1009, aged 62 vears.
scried by her ever loving daughter and 'son-In-1 Lilian and Lloyd Heath.
GALE. -In loving memory of my dear mother. Ct
lotte Gale, who departed this life March 28, ll ot Paddington, oged Ot years.
Twelve months have passed, my heart Is sore As time goes on I miss von more.
Inserted by her loving daughter, Alice Knie
GINMAN.-In loving memory of my dear husbi
and our dcor dad, Robert Ginman (Bob), who
parted this life on March 27, 1014. We miss li most who loved him best. Inserted by lils lov, wife, Annie, and children, Ireno and little Bob GREEN.-In loving memory of my dear father,
William Stephen Green, who departed this lite Mo 27, 1011. Inserted by his loving daughter, Dui
HOWARD. -In loving memory of our dear father,
William Howard, who departed this life March 22, 1915 aged 88 years. Inserted by his loving wife, and son and daughter-in-law, Joseph and E. Howard.
HUBY.-In loving memory of William Wilkinson
Huby, who passed away March 28, 1905. Inserted his loving wife. Jane Huby.
HUBY. -In loving memory of William Wilkinson
Huby, who passed away March 28, 1905. Insert by his loving children, Emily, Muriel, Will,' a
In loving but sod remembrance of our darli
daughter, Lydia Emily, who dcporlcd this 1 March .27, 1911, «ged 6 years 10 months, after long and painful illness, .
God In His love has taken
What to us a time was given.
She is safe, wc must not 6orrow,
For our angel girl ls lu heaven.
Inserted by lier sorrowing parents, Mary and . bert, also brother and sister Nicholas and Ruby JONES. -In loving memory of our dear son, N
man Chainliers Jones, who died at Elizabcth-stri Granville, March 28, 1907, aged 5 years and months. Inserted by his loving parents, A, H. a
E. Jones, and brother Will.
KENNA.-In loving mernoo' of my dear husband a
futhor, Patrick Kenna, who departed this life
March 27, 190.1. Rest In peace. Inserted by I loving wife and son, Pat.
KERIM - In loving memory of my dear father, Abdul
Kerim, who departed this life March 27th, 1913. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Amy
and Alfred Mullins.
KIRKLAND.-In ever loving memory of my dt
daughter and our dear sister, Morlan (IfJm), w fell asleep March 27, 1010. Inserted by her io
lng mother, brother, and sister.
LEONARD.-In loving memory of our dear mathe
Maria 1/ionord, who departed this life March 2S, 101 Sweet Jesus, liave mercy on her soul. Inserted I her son and daughter-in-law, John and Kate Leonor LESLIE.-In loving mernoo' of my dear wife, Joseph!]
(Vena), who departed this life March 28, 191L 1 sertcil by her loving husband, Charles Leslie.
LUTWYCHE.-In sad but loving memory of our dei
mother, Xlnry Ann Lutwyche, who departed th life March 27th, 1903, aged 47 years,
'Time may pass, hut. memory lingers.
Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-Iav
.Essie and Alfred Smith.
LUTWYCHE.-In sad and loving memory of our dei
mother, Mary Ann, who departed this life Minc 27th, 1903, uged 47 years. Inserted by her lorin sons and daughters, and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mn 0. Brunell. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hedge, omi John an William Taylor. At rest.
MCDONALD.-In loving memory of our dear brothi
and uncle, Jim, who departed this life March 2
Though death divides, Memory clings.
Inserted by his loving sister and niece, Louie on
MYERS.-In loving remembrance of my dear husbani
Alfred diaries, who departed this life March 28, 19R Inserted by his loving wife, Mabel, and childrci Ronald, Ernest, and Rita.
PADLEY. -In sail and loving memory of mr dea
husband and our dear father, John Thomas Padley who departed this life March 27, 1913. Inserted b his loving wife and family.
PEARCE. -In loving memory of my dear mothei
Eliza Pearce, who departed this life on March 2i 1013, aged 70.
The flowers I place upon your grave
May wither and decay;
But my thoughts of you, dear mother,
Will never fade away.
Inserted by her loving son. Jack.
ROSS. -In ever loving memory of Ida nughes Ros
who died at Shanghai, China, March 27, 1008. T live in ¡thc hearts of those we love is not to die.
SCANES. -In loving memory of our darling daughter
and s¡stcr Emily Winifred, who departed this life 27th March, 1914. Inserted by her loving mother and father, brother, and sisters.
SCANES.-In loving memory of our darling grand-
daughter, niece, and cousin, Emily Winifred, who departed this life 27th March, 1914. Inserted by
her loving grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. Saunders aunties and uncles, and cousin May, Will and Billie Pearce, Florrie and Frank Goldstein.
TAYLOR. -In loving memory of my dear husband am
our dear fothcr, William Taylor, who departed till life on March 28, 100S. Not forgotten. Inserted b, lils loving wife and sons and daughters.
THOMPSON.-In loving memory of our darling HUI
son and our brother, Jock, who departed this life March 28, 1909, at Alexandra-street, Drummoyne, agc
This little bud. as white ns snow,
Which from thc Lord was given;
And fearing earth would spoil ILs bloom
Ho planted it In heaven.
Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, am
TOMLINSON.-In loving remembrance of my dear nus
band, Richard Tomlinson, who departed this llfi Mared 28. 1014, lu bia tilth year. Inserted by hil
loving wife. "
TYLER. -in loving memory of our dear mother, Mar;
A « Tyler, XVaascd lo the higher 1 fe March 27, 1913, at ber late residence, Trafalgar-street, Annan
llpeaec. perfect peace, with loved ones far away.
In leans keening wc arc safe and they. .
Inserted hy her loving daughters, -Mary, Winnie,
Florence, lind Emily.
WALKER. -In loving memory of my dcor wife, Mlei
Walker, wno departed this life March 27, VM,
Asleep, but not forgotten.
No one bbc loved was by ber side
To bear her last faint sigh,
Or whisper just one loving word
Before she closed ber eyes.
We never ki'cw the pain she bore,
We never saw ber die,
Wo only know she passed away
And lever said good-bye.
inserted bv her loud husband, A. E. Walker,
WALKER. - A tribute of everlasting remembrance ol
"my'deárgrand iotíer, Ellen, who departed tills life
uLli *>7 1014. HMrtcd by her loving grandson, Ravuiond,' John, and Nellie Free*.
WILLIAMS.-A tribute of love to the momory of my
ile- r lurenls Phillip C. Williams, who died Mareil 20 If íí agi'd Si. Also Mary, relict of the above,
win lied March 28, 1911, aged SO. Peace, perfect peace. Inserted by their daughter, Grace Dunn,
omi family. ,
WILLIAMS.-In BOi' but loving memory of our tient
n otier, laue Ann Williams, who departed this life \lurch 28, IOU, aged 00 years. Also our dear Kr, Frederick Wisc Williams, who depart«! this llfi August 0, 1697, aged 00 years. Sadly misled, insertedI hy their loving.daughters and sons-in-law,
and sons and; daughters-in-law'.
WITTEN. -In loving memory of Jane Elizabeth, wile
"oM-ldward Witten, who departed this life Morel. 28,
1013- A precious one from us ls gone,
A voice wc loved is stilled,
A place is vacant In our homo
Which never can be filled.
Inserted by her husband and children, Eileen, , Leo, and Clarice. . .
WITTEN -In sad vet loving memory of William Har-
rington John our eldest son and brother, «no «a» drowned accidentally at Liverpool encampment, Morell
Sadlv wc miss him, yet In our sorrow
Hopes for the future banish thc pain;
Our faith points a woy to a brighter to morrow,
And whispers lo us we sholl see bim again.
Inserted by his father, mother, brothers, and sisters.
WILLCOCKS.-In loving memory of my dear hr
and our father, who «-as accidentally klllc March 28, inn. Inserted hy his sorrowing wlf family, lilith, Coralie, and Cliarlic. '
WORDSWORTH.-ln sad hut loving remembran
our i car y loved mother, who passed Into 1 lifo »larch 26, IOU, aged 71 year«.
"ne knows thc pain she suffered.
Only those who witched her side, let no resistance dh! she offer
When going beyond the tide.
^ Inserted hy her loving daughters. Ellen and
WORDSWORTH.-In sad hut loving memoir ol
dearly loved mother, who passed Into higher Murch 28, inn, aged 74 years. Inserted by her lng. sons, Sam, Charlie, Will.
WORDSWORTH.-In sad but loving memory ni
dearly loved mother,, who passed Into higher March 2S, mil, aged 71 years. Inserted liv loving son and daughter-in-law, narry and Jil WORDSWORTH.~-In sad hut loving memore nf
dearly loved mother, who passed Into higher March 28, 11114, aged 71 venrs. Inserted by loving son and daughler-In-Iaw, Ted «nd Dorrie WORDSWORTH.-In loving memory of our
motlier. Susannah Wordsworth, who passed Into hi life March 28, 1014, aged 74 years. Inserted her loving son and daughter-in-law, .lames Pauline Wordsworth. Peace, perfect peace.
WORDSWORTH. -In loving memory of mv dear Fri
1014 Wordju'<"'ln' who departed this life March
Love's remembrance lasts for ever.
Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. C, ll. Smith and famll
"fc.^SLH"'' c- BROOMHAM wish to re
THANKS for kind expressions of sympathv In t late sad bereavement on thc death of their lo' brother, John Oliver Worthington.
Mrs. ANNIE JONES, 20 Phelp's-strcct, Surry II
desires to return THANKS to all kind friends their sympathy and fond tributes, also to Nu and Doctors of J. Ward, Sydney Hospital, for t kindness to her late husband during h|9 |]ines Mrs. W. J. PHILLIPS and SON, of Doll's Point, f
dringham, desire to THANK all kind friends sympathy in their lalo sad bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. ROYD, of Carlton, desire to ret
their heartfelt THANKS to relatives, friends,
neighbours ifor kindness and sympathy during tl
recent sad bereavement.
Mr. A. .1. HOARE and FAMILY . desire to rel
THANKS to all kind friends, especially Mr. and 1 Finlay McGlnncss, for very kind' sympathy in tl
recent sad bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. O. FARMER and FAMILY, of Klchmo
desire to return their heartfelt THANKS to tl many friends and relatives for their kindness, ti grams, ami cards received during their recent i bereavement; also Dr. O'Kcrfe, Matron and Staff St. George's Cottage Hospital, Kogarah.
Mr. J. STADIAS and Mr. arel Mrs. J. NICHOLLS,
5ii Darle.v-strcet, Newtown, desire to tender th sincere THANKS to all kind friends for cxprcssli of sympathy, letters, cards, and floral tributes,
pecially Nurse Elliott, ¡for .her unremitting care a attention received during their recent sad berça ment, in the loss of their dear wife and mother.
Mr. and Mrs: GRIFFITHS and FAMILY désire to i
tum sincere THANKS to all kind friends, nels hours, and relatives for their kindness and assistai! to them in their recent sad liercavcmcnt.
Mr. P. A. SCOTT and FAMILY, of Ermelo, Ooul
street, Campsie, desire to tender their »luce THANKS to all kind friends, also F. T. Wimble ai employees, Halliday Pros, and employees, for cxpri slops of sympathy, letters, canis, telegrams, ai floral tributes received during their recent sad h
The FAMILY of the late Mr. GORDON MARR desire
in this manner, to return THANKS to those Friends whose addresses are unknown for kind expressions sympathy in their late sad bereavement.
FRANCIS MELLS wishes to return THANKS to Sydni
Hospital, and Dre. Corlette and Carter, and Nur Pine, and other nurses, for their kind attention du lng. her sickness, through accident: also THANMN kind friends for sympathy during the time.
Mrs ELLENNOR SMITH and FAMILY, of Hanovri
road, Hurstville, deslíe to return sincere THANK to their kind friends for letter« of sympathy, tell grams, cards, and Moral tributes, in their lute sa
'Mr G. R TURNER, late of Glencoe, Cobar-strect
Petersham, and FAMILY, desire to tender shicer THANKS foi- letters, cards, and floral tributes o kind sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. W. SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. S. SMITH, am
Mr. C. SMITH, of Forest Lodge, desire to rclun THANKS to their many frie-ids for their expression of tyiMuthv, cards, telegram!, and floral tributes r; eel veil in their recent «ul bcrcivcmenl ; f-lso the Cit
Mrs. MARK BARNETT, with Mr. lind Mrs. SAMU1Ï1
BARNETT mid DAUGHTERS, dcFirc to return Incl sincere THANKS) for letters, telegrams, cards o sympathv, nial floral tributes received by them dur
lng their recent sad bereavement.
Mrs. ELIZABETH WEARING, of Delmont, Maddison
streel. Redfern, desire» to lender sincere THANKS to all kind friends for Hie expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes receive! during her recent sud bereavement in the loss of hu
Mrs. JAMES BRYCE and.FAMILY, of Park-street, Little
Coogee, desire to tender their sincere THANKS to ol] kind friends, neighbours, and relations for their very kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, tele- grams, and floral tributes received during their very sad liercnvemeiit In the loss of her dear husband and
their dear father. I
Mrs. HEALEY ard FAMILY, of Illawnrra-road, Mar-
rickville, desire to return sincere THANKS for oil tokens of sympathy during their recent sad bereave