The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 29 June 1928. MR. J. C. PRINGLE. The death occurred yesterday of Mr. J. C. Pringle, of the firm of Messrs. J. M. and A. Pringle, builders, of Woollahra. Mr. Pringle, who had been ill for only a few day's, was 38 years of age. He was the son of the late Mr. Alexander Taylor Pringle, of Bathurst, and a nephew of Mr. J. M. Pringle and Mr. Andrew Pringle. The late Mr. Pringle was educated at All Saints' College, Bathurst, and served abroad during the war. Prior to enlisting Mr. Pringle became a member of the firm of J. M. and A. Pringle, and since his return from the war had taken an active part in the conduct of the business. He was a member of the committee of the Master Builders' Association. Mr. Pringle was unmarried. The funeral will take place in Waverley Cemetery on Saturday morning.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 2 July 1928. MR. J. C. PRINGLE. The funeral of the late James Caesar Pringle took place from the Presbyterian church in Castlefield-street, Bondi, on Satur- day morning. A service conducted by the Rev. James Hannen (minister of the church), assisted by the Rev. A. Clark, was held in the church, and those gentlemen officiated at the grave in Waverley Cemetery. The chief mourners were: Mr. Alex Pringle (brother), Mr. James M. Pringle, and Andrew H. Pringle (uncles), Messrs. Jack Heylin, Frank Heylin, George Somerville, Thomas McDermott, and E. Jones (cousins). The Master Builders' Association was re- presented by Messrs. F. W. Lemcke (president), N. Phelps-Richards (secretary), W. Hughes, J. T. Turner, A. C. Turner, P. Doddle, The Council of the Highland Society was re- presented by Messrs. John Stewart (senior vice-president), J. D. Robertson (secretary), W. McD. Sutherland, Evan MacDonald, and W. B. Alexander (vice-presidents), T. Craig, and J. K. Morice (councillors). Others included: Captain A. D. Wallace, Colonel Salier, Captain Wells, J. McIntyre (vice-president Federated Master Builders' Association of Australia), H. Wall (Wall and Sous, Limited), G. Travis (secretary Builders' Exchange), John C. Orr, Bartlett Taylor, R. S. Mayo, Keith Donald, S. H. Ashe, J. L. Geggie, J. J. De Putron, R. F. Jones, W. Lloyd (James Sandy and Company), H. A. Stinson, A. Imlay, L. S. Powell, A. C. Powell, B. Midlane, F. Crane, Thomas Hall, senior, Thomas Hall, Junior, E. Mailfirt, H. G. Pritchett, John Brinckley, T. Cavanagh (Building Limited), J. McGuiness, E. W. Holder. H. R. Holder, W. J. Kell, A. L. Rigby, E. H. Turrel!, H. J. Miller, J. R. Allen, K. C. Taylor. A. Cherritt, H. G. Smith, E. D. Sheehy,. J. Well- and, Joseph J. Jagelman, F, J. Hillman, G. Welland and William Hunter (Eastern Sub urbs Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Club), J. R. Kinghorn (zoologist Australian Museum), K. R. Cramp (president Royal Australian His torical Society), F. Heylin. "Smith Family," D. Rivett, E. L. Jones, W. S. Mounsey, J. T. Gamble (Petrucco, Droelin, and Gamble), T. A. Robin, J. B. Clamp, Burcham Clamp, H. Mugridge, D. M. Mitchell, and Mrs. Beddle.
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