The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 13th March 1930. MR. ANDREW PRINGLE. Mr. Andrew Hyslop Pringle, a prominent builder, was struck by a motor cycle at the comer of Bon Accord-avenue and Old South Head-road, Waverley, yesterday, and suffered injuries which caused his death. Mr. Pringle, who was 62 years of age, and his brother Mr. A. Pringle, erected a number of prominent buildings in the city and suburbs, among these being the Australian Club and the Women's Club. Mr. Pringle was a member of the Master Builders' Association and the Highland Society. He leaves a widow and four daughters, Mary, Iza, Jean, and Margaret. The funeral will leave the residence, 41 Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, at 2.15 p.m. to-morrow, for the Waverley Cemetery. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/16632891
PRINGLE. - March 12, 1930, the result of an accident, Andrew Hyslop Pringle, (builder of J. M. and A. Pringle) dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Pringle, of 41 Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, and loving father of Mary, Iza, Jean, and Margaret, aged 62 years.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 14 March 1930. PRINGLE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. ANDREW HYSLOP PRINGLE (Builder) will leave his late residence, 41 Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), at 2.15, for Waverley Cemetery. Motor Funeral. W. CARTER, Undertaker, Waverley.
PRINGLE. - The Members of the MASTER BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. and branches are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member, ANDREW HYSLOP PRINGLE; to leave 41 Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), at 2.15, for Waverley, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), at 2.15, for Waverley Cemetery. Motor funeral. L. W. BEAGLEY, Secretary, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/16633353
PRINGLE. - The Elders and Deacons of ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Phillip-street, Sydney, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of the late Mr. A. H. PRINGLE (Builder); to leave his late residence, 41 Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 2.15, for Waverley Cemetery. WM. URQUHART, Session Clerk.
PRINGLE. - The Council and Members of the HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of the late ANDREW HYSLOP PRINGLE (brother of James M. Pringle, Esq., senior vice-president of the Society), which will leave 41 Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, THIS DAY, at 2.15 p.m., for Waverley Cemetery. JOHN STEWART. President. W. B. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
Construction and Local Government Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1913 - 1930), Wednesday 19 March 1930. OBITUARY THE LATE ANDREW PRINGLE Last week the master builders of Sydney, N.S.W., were shocked to hear that Mr. Andrew Pringle of the firm of J. M. and A. Pringle, a prominent member of the Master Builders' Association, had been run down by a motor cycle and suffered injuries which caused his death. Mr. Pringle was 62 years of age and a brother of Mr. J. M. Pringle, so well known and respected by master builders throughout Australia. He had been in partnership with his brother for a number of years, having been responsible for the erection of some of Sydney's most notable buildings, including the Australian Club and the Women's Club. The esteem in which the deceased gentleman was held by all sections of the community was evident from the large and representative gathering which attendedhis funeral at the Waverley Cemetery. Among the gentlemen present were Mr. James Mclntyre (Past Pre-sident of the Master Builders' Federation of Australia), and Mr. G. P. Jones (Hon. Secre tary of the Federation), Mr. F. T. Eastment (Senior Vice President of the Master Builders' Association of N.S.W.), Mr. W. Mossop (Junior Vice-President), Mr. L. W. Beagley (Sec-retary), Past Presidents A. Howie, P. Beddie, A. Speers, F. E. Munro, F. W. Lemcke, James Wall and J. T. Turner; W. Hughes, F. Wilson A. R. Hinwood, C. Turner, H. R. McLeod, W. Mounsey, H. Wall and J. Garnet. Others includ-ed Dr. E. E. Anderson (Principal of the Coun-cil of St. Andnew's College), W. D. Brash Mac-Arthur, Sir Joseph Carruthers, W. Urquhart, T. Greig, G. Clark, and J. K. Morice and K. Morice (representing St. Stephen's Church), Evan McDonald, W. Sutherland, John Russell, J. McCrimmon, J. W. Kidd, and W. B. Alex-ander (representing the Highland Society). G. S. Travis (representing the Builders', Exchange) W. Lloyd (representing James Sandy & Co. Ltd.), T. J. Cavanagh (Building Ltd.), the Rev. A. P. Doran and B. Midlane, Jnr . F. D. Crane, A. Donald, K. Taylor, W. Geikie, F. Ridge, and F. J. Smith (Town Hall, Sydney), Hill (Steel and Hill), A. Cherrett, W. Wilson, T. Phillip, T. Le G Holthouse, T. J. Oxenbould, J. Blair, F. J. Heigliss, T. O'Neill, E. Lucas, H. J. Salier, W. Scott, T. MacDonald, C. T. Midlane, T. H. Crane, T. E. Crane, T. Robin, H. Robin, H. McCarthy, W. and C. Mack Walker (Walker Bros.), C. Thompson, T. Hall Senr., T. Hall, Junr., A. H. Bull, D. Mitchell, H. Chadwick, J. A. Campbell, E. Hughes, H. Mugridge, W. Burcham Clamp. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/133473835
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