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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 13 April 1927 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 16:06 ORRIS _ii,e Relatives ami 1 rienei« of the Messrs
A11C aid JOHN DURRINGTON, of Crows
Nest aid Mrs DURRINGTON of Parramatta
"re kin Hi |,"|t,"i to atteiiil the Funeral of their
jrarli lm ed S|s!TFR Marv Kliiabetli Morris to leave
«er late rosi lencc, C4 Havberrv street Craws Nest
THIS (Weilnewldv) AFTFRNOON nt 145 o'clock, for
Church of 1 nglund Cemetery N'nrthern «iilmrbs
____^_ Tiineral Director
WALTTR BRUCI
MORRIS.—The Relatives and Friends of the Messrs
ALEC and JOHN DURRINGTON, of Crow's
Nest, and Mrs. DURRINGTON, of Parramatta,
are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their
dearly-loved SISTER, Mary Elizabeth Morris; to leave
her late residence, 64 Hayberry-street, Crow's Nest,
THIS (Wednesday) AFTFRNOON at 1.45 o'clock, for
Church of England Cemetery, Northern Suburbs.
Funeral Director.
WALTER BRUCE,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 11 December 1915 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 16:02 DURRINGTON-At" the Dardanelles, about 20th of
CURRINGTON.-At the Dardanelles, Sapper F. J. H.
gas on or about the 29th of October, 1916.
Sadly missed by Aunt Priante,
CURRINGTON.-Sapper Fred. Currington, died of Ill-
died. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Woods and
family, Trafalgar-street, -Annandale.
CURRINGTON.-Sapper P. H. Currington, who gave
CURRINGTON.—At the Dardanelles, about 29th of
CURRINGTON.—At the Dardanelles, Sapper F. J. H.
gas on or about the 29th of October, 1915.
Sadly missed by Aunt Prissie,
CURRINGTON.—Sapper Fred. Currington, died of ill-
died. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Woods and
family, Trafalgar-street, Annandale.
CURRINGTON.—Sapper F. H. Currington, who gave
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 8 September 1944 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 15:28 DURRINGTON.—The Interment od the late
DURRINGTON.—The Interment of the late
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 8 September 1944 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 15:28 DURRINGTON-The Interment ol the late
Day (Friday) Chureh of England Portion of
Rookwood Cemetery _, " , j
DURRINGTON.—The Interment od the late
Day (Friday), Church of England Portion of
Rookwood Cemetery.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 12 April 1928 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 15:12 MORRIS.-In loving memory of our dear mother and
grandma, Mary E. Morris, viho fell oslCcp April 12,
Wp watched our darling mother
Throuah anxious night and day.
And only turned our oies from her
Doo! gently with obr darling.
Wns oft our pleading cry;
O trust Me With VOtir precious one,
Inserted by daughter and son, Ity and Will, and
f;rahdclilldren, Isabel, Billie, Enid, and Joyce, Dial
nnd-rnad, Ride.
Soitly carne the Lord's reply.
MORRIS.—In loving memory of our dear mother and
grandma, Mary E. Morris, who fell asleep April 12,
We watched our darling mother
Through anxious night and day,
And only turned our eyes from her
Deal gently with our darling,
Was oft our pleading cry;
O trust Me with your precious one,
Inserted by daughter and son, Ivy and Will, and
grandchildren, Isabel, Billie, Enid, and Joyce, Blax-
land-road, Ryde.
Softly came the Lord's reply.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 12 April 1928 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 15:09 MORRIS.-In loving memory of dear mother and
grandmother, Mary Morris, Who passed away April 12,
1927. Inserted by her loving dahglitors and «ons-ln
lasv and grandchildren, F. and G, McMurrlck and
J. II. Desmond.
MORRIS.-In loving memory of mv dear daughter
and sister. Mary Elizabeth, who passed away April 12,
1927. Inserted hy her loving mother. Margaret, and
MORRIS.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Mary
Ellailieth, who passed away April 12, 1927, Inserted
MORRIS.—In loving memory of dear mother and
grandmother, Mary Morris, who passed away April 12,
1927. Inserted by her loving daughters and sons-in-
law and grandchildren, F. and G. McMurrick and
J. H. Desmond.
MORRIS.—In loving memory of my dear daughter
and sister, Mary Elizabeth, who passed away April 12,
1927. Inserted by her loving mother, Margaret, and
MORRIS.—In loving memory of our dear sister, Mary
Elizabeth, who passed away April 12, 1927, Inserted
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1914 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 14:56 WOOD, COFFILL, and COMPANY, Ltd.
WOOD, COFFILL, and COMPANY, LTD.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1914 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 14:55 WOOD, COFFILL, and COMPANY. Ltd.
WOOD, COFFILL, and COMPANY, Ltd.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 29 December 1914 page Family Notices 2014-07-24 14:55 DURRINGTON.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.
beloved SON and -their BROTHER, William Thomas; to
Sydncv, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, at 10.30
DURRINGTON.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs.
beloved SON and their BROTHER, William Thomas; to
Sydney, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, at 10.30
SMALL ARMS FACTORY. "THE BEST IN THE WORLD." LITHGOW, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 3 August 1909 page Article 2014-07-21 20:26 Sydney. It was necessary for Colonel Oweii
and Major Buekloy to return to Melbourne to-
day, and tho visit wn3 only a Hying one.
They went out to the sito of tho factory, spent
a couple of hours, and returned to Sydney vi»
been drawn by tho contractors, and will bo
out in a few weeks. If Is expected that a
start will bo made with ino erection of tha
buildings before another six mouths, and It
is statod that all the plant will bo landed
In Sydnoy wlthio 12 months. It will, there-
fore, bo necessary to push on with the build-
sond out their export to supervise the erec-
tion and installation of the maohinery, and
have informed their agents (Noyos Bros.) that
they intend to equip tho factory with the moat
up-to-date rifle plant in the world. It is salí
thnt Pratt and Wltney machines havo heon
threo In Japan, to one In Canndn, and to all
British small arm's" factories.
Sydney. It was necessary for Colonel Owen
and Major Buckley to return to Melbourne to-
day, and the visit was only a flying one.
They went out to the site of the factory, spent
a couple of hours, and returned to Sydney via
been drawn by the contractors, and will be
out in a few weeks. It is expected that a
start will be made with the erection of the
buildings before another six months, and it
is stated that all the plant will be landed
in Sydney within 12 months. It will, there-
fore, be necessary to push on with the build-
send out their expert to supervise the erec-
tion and installation of the machinery, and
have informed their agents (Noyes Bros.) that
they intend to equip the factory with the most
up-to-date rifle plant in the world. It is said
that Pratt and Witney machines have been
three in Japan, to one in Canada, and to all
British small arms factories.

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