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DEATH OF CANON K. G. HUNTLEY (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 27 March 1942 page Article 2015-05-26 05:35 DEATH UF CANON
KEMPSEY, Thursday.-The death
' Ewart Gordon Huntley, who was in
(Ballina. In 1940 he came to Kempsey
, where he was appointed Canon  
of Christ Church Cathedral. Grafton.  
DEATH OF CANON
KEMPSEY, Thursday. — The death
Ewart Gordon Huntley, who was in
Ballina. In 1940 he came to Kemp-
sey, where he was appointed Canon
of Christ Church Cathedral, Grafton,
Obituary. Rev. Canon E. G. Huntley. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 1 April 1942 page Article 2015-05-26 05:31 ? o ?

Obituary. Rev. Canon E. G. Huntley. (Article), The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952), Wednesday 1 April 1942 page Article 2015-05-26 05:31 England Grammar School, Rich
in the King'sSchool, Parramatta.
remaining there for 5i years. He was
Rector at St. Mary's, Ballina, for 13£
years, and for A\ years was Rural
physical altertness, his will and de
his patience in difficult cases was re
for hard work, and never spared him
exhorting the poor in spirit His mis
schools. Returned Solders were ever,
to join in the activities of the R. S.S.I.
and one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Bren
nand, of Woolstonecraft There are
Marrickville; whilst Mrs. H. Kilpat
at the funeral, deceased brother's be
Mr. Jos. T. Walker, took place' to
Thursday, His Lordship Dr. Steven
son, Bishop' of Grafton, officiating at a
clergymen from other parishes, includ
Smith town; Rev. T. Lawrence, Bell
Also present*'* were Rev. Kay Mason
(Methodist, Kempsey), Rev. J. Flem
Druitt conducting, and Mr. C. Becken
of the Parochial Council and parish
the Shire and Municipal Council mem
High School, Mayor Chappie and
Lodge Macksville by Wor. Bro. Foth
H. E. Chapple)#Archdeacon and Mrs.
Parishioners, Holy Trinity, Macks
ville; the Church, of England Women's
Minister and Congregation of Pres
byterian Church, Kempsey; the Salva
Staff and Pupils, West Kempsey Pub
School; the Pupils and P. & C,
Euroka Public School-, Lodge Mac
Marjorie Hales, Matron Ezzy and Sis
Stretch, Mrs. T. P. Savage and daugh
Ainsworth and Family, Mr. D. Mul
A. E. Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Whit
Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kay
lock, Mary and Bessie and Mrs. Cor
and jack Wain, Mr. and Mrs. Caffin
and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sal
England Grammar School, Rich-
in the King's School, Parramatta.
remaining there for 5½ years. He was
Rector at St. Mary's, Ballina, for 13½
years, and for 4½ years was Rural
physical altertness, his will and de-
his patience in difficult cases was re-
for hard work, and never spared him-
exhorting the poor in spirit. His mis-
schools. Returned Solders were ever
to join in the activities of the R.S.S.I.
and one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Bren-
nand, of Woolstonecraft. There are
Marrickville; whilst Mrs. H. Kilpat-
at the funeral, deceased brother's be-
Mr. Jos. T. Walker, took place to
Thursday, His Lordship Dr. Steven-
son, Bishop of Grafton, officiating at a
clergymen from other parishes, includ-
Smithtown; Rev. T. Lawrence, Bell-
Also present were Rev. Kay Mason
(Methodist, Kempsey), Rev. J. Flem-
Druitt conducting, and Mr. C. Becken-
of the Parochial Council and parish-
the Shire and Municipal Council mem-
High School, Mayor Chapple and
Lodge Macksville by Wor. Bro. Foth-
H. E. Chapple), Archdeacon and Mrs.
Parishioners, Holy Trinity, Macks-
ville; the Church of England Women's
Minister and Congregation of Pres-
byterian Church, Kempsey; the Salva-
Staff and Pupils, West Kempsey Pub-
School; the Pupils and P. & C.,
Euroka Public School; Lodge Mac-
Marjorie Hales, Matron Ezzy and Sis-
Stretch, Mrs. T. P. Savage and daugh-
Ainsworth and Family, Mr. D. Mul-
A. E. Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Whit-
Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kay-
lock, Mary and Bessie and Mrs. Cor-
and Jack Wain, Mr. and Mrs. Caffin
and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sal-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Monday 7 January 1901 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 17:26 BIRTH— Ab her Reuidonco, Putta Bacca,
tho wife or Robert H. Smith, of a
BOO,
?'?I11 Mciiiormhi;:
PAULING— In lovinE rdmembranoo of
my dear son, ITakky I'aijlini;, who
doparte^ this life January 1st, 1891.
Ho loft his home in perfect health,
Not dreamiog death was noar,
He h«d no time to eny farewell
To thoso ho loved so dear.
[Inserted lw hia loving mothor, Mabv
Asn* BOimshts J ? -.v, '
BIRTH — At her Residence, Putta Bucca,
the wife of ROBERT H. SMITH, of a
son.
In Memoriam.
PAULING — In loving remembrance of
my dear son, HARRY PAULING, who
departed this life January 1st, 1891.
He left his home in perfect health,
Not dreaming death was near,
He had no time to say farewell
To those he loved so dear.
[Inserted by his loving mother, MARY
ANN ROBERTS ]
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 27 December 1900 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 17:23 dear father, Henhy Cai-'E, who died
on December 2'2nil, IS!)!).
Wo mourn the loss of one we loved,
Sleep oil, dear father, take thy rest,
HUXLEY— 111 Sad and loving re
membrance of our dear soil Abra- 1
27th December, 1899, aged 20
To pai;t with him we loved so dear ;
Wo cannot tell who next may fall
One must bo first — -but let us all
HUXLEY — In fond and loving re
January, 1899, aged IS years and
In Heaven witli our blessed Saviour,
Safe on liis gentle breast,
Yes, dear son, you have left lis,
; [Inserted by their loving parents
December 27th, 1891). Also my
Huxley, who died January 3rd.
1809.
lip tafia
dear father, HENRY CAFE, who died
on December 22nd, 1899.
We mourn the loss of one we loved,
Sleep on, dear father, take thy rest,
HUXLEY — In sad and loving re-
membrance of our dear son Abra-
27th December, 1899, aged 29
To part with him we loved so dear ;
We cannot tell who next may fall
One must be first — but let us all
HUXLEY — In fond and loving re-
January, 1899, aged 18 years and
In Heaven with our blessed Saviour,
Safe on his gentle breast,
Yes, dear son, you have left us,
[Inserted by their loving parents
December 27th, 1899. Also my
Huxley, who died January 3rd,
1899.
Mudgee Guardian.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Monday 17 December 1900 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 17:06 1EVES.— In sad and loving romeni
' brauco of our Bon, James, who.
-was accidentally killed at Coon
: amble on tho 13th day of Decent
: bor, 1897. Deeply regretted. |
iUS, while our hearts are bleeding ]
5'er tho spoils tliat Death lias won, I
i would at this solemn meeting j
Ough cast down, we're not forsaken,
though afflicted, not alone ;
oil didst give, and Thou hast token,
Blessed Lord, Thy will lie done,
iop on, beloved, sleep, and take thy
down thy head upon thy Saviour's
D love thoe woll, but Jesus loves tho
| best,
iod night, good night, good night '
rants,. Richard and Catherine
Jves, Dapper.
fee lota.
REEVES.— In sad and loving remem-
brance of our son, JAMES, who
was accidentally killed at Coon-
amble on the 13th day of Decem-
ber, 1897. Deeply regretted.
??, while our hearts are bleeding
?? ?'er thw spoils that Death has won,
?? would at this solemn meeting
Though cast down, we're not forsaken,
Though afflicted, not alone ;
Thou didst give, and Thou hast taken,
Blessed Lord, Thy will be done.
Sleep on, beloved, sleep, and take thy
Lie down thy head upon thy Saviour's
We love thee well, but Jesus loves the
best,
Good night, good night, good night !
??ants, Richard and Catherine
Reeves, Dapper.
THE Mudgee Guardian.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Monday 10 December 1900 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 16:53 111 Mciuoriani..
'Uei.es, who departed this life on
December 4th, J SOI', aged 75
And when the angels called her homo
Heaven rotaiueth now out' treasure,
But t.he sumbeams love to linger
] Where our darling mother sleeps.
1 (Inserted by her affectionate sonin
?law and daughter, .1. and U. A. Notfc.)
.Published Monday and Thurs
In Memoriam.
HELEN, who departed this life on
December 4th, 1899, aged 75
And when the angels called her home
Heaven retaineth now our treasure,
But the sumbeams love to linger
Where our darling mother sleeps.
(Inserted by her affectionate son-in-
law and daughter, J. and E. A. Nott.) THE Mudgee Guardan.
Published Monday and Thurs-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 6 December 1900 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 16:51 PARKINSON — CROSSING. —No
vember 22nd, nt St. John's Churcli,
Campbell, William Robert Thorn
the late Hubert Parkinson, 'Der-
went Park,' Gippsland, Victoria,
to Muriel Alico, second daughter
miller, Muilgee.
THOMPSON.— In sad and loving
this life on December -1th, 18!K),
Yes, dear mother, yon have left us,
On that bright and liajipy shore.
Conlifi'e.
FELL. — In sad but '' loving remem
daughter, Sahati Jane, who de
181)!).
Insorted by her loving parents,
Henry and Alice Fell.
Rockhnmpton papers please copy.
May Ann Lovett, who died De
cember 4th, 18S8, aged 23 years
When the day of life is tied,
Inserted by her loving mother, May
Ann Milton, Mudgee.
PARKINSON — CROSSING. — No-
vember 22nd, at St. John's Church,
Campbell, William Robert Thorn-
the late Robert Parkinson, "Der-
went Park," Gippsland, Victoria,
to Muriel Alice, second daughter
miller, Mudgee.
THOMPSON. — In sad and loving
this life on December 4th, 1899,
Yes, dear mother, you have left us,
On that bright and happy shore.
CONLIFFE.
FELL. — In sad but loving remem-
daughter, SARAH JANE, who de-
1899.
Inserted by her loving parents,
HENRY and ALICE FELL.
Rockhampton papers please copy.
MAY ANN LOVETT, who died De-
cember 4th, 1888, aged 23 years
When the day of life is fled,
Inserted by her loving mother, MAY
ANN MILTON, Mudgee.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 20 December 1900 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 16:34 'CAjFR— In loving ruiiienilirniice of on'
dear father, Hi-'.suv Cafk, who died
on December 22:2nd, 18!)!).
We mourn the lo?-i of one we loved,
The hest was done to save ;
. Beloved in life, regretted, gone,
Ueiiicinhured in the grave.
Thy pain and sutlering are o'er,
; . And thoii has left a troubled world
[Inserted hy his loving wife and
?Iff M H V
- uLUUgvy yiillli
.Published Monday and Thurs
CAFE — In loving remembrance of our
dear father, HENRY CAFE, who died
on December 222nd, 1899.
We mourn the loss of one we loved,
The best was done to save ;
Beloved in life, regretted, gone,
Remembered in the grave.
Thy pain and suffering are o'er,
And thou has left a troubled world
[Inserted by his loving wife and
Mudgee Guardian.

Published Monday and Thurs-
Family Notices (Family Notices), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 29 November 1900 page Family Notices 2015-05-25 16:29 BURWOOD — In loving momory of our
late dear school follow, Leslie
Kenneth Burwood, who was called
to live with Jesus on 29ch November,
[Inserted by his loving and 'affectionate
sohool mates of Burrnndnlla P.S. .
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.— C. A.
advanco that baa taken place in all
saying that my prices are simply' pheno
effected In prtoes combined with fresh
shipment* of choice goods dally landing.
A visit to my shop will surprise yon
pay to visit 0. A. Russell's Famous
Unity Hons*.
BURWOOD — In loving memory of our
late dear school follow, LESLIE
KENNETH BURWOOD, who was called
to live with Jesus on 29th November,
[Inserted by his loving and affectionate
school mates of Burrundalla P.S. .
GROCERY DEPARTMENT. — C. A.
advance that has taken place in all
saying that my prices are simply pheno-
effected in prices combined with fresh
shipments of choice goods daily landing.
A visit to my shop will surprise you
pay to visit C. A. Russell's Famous
Unity House.

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