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James Milne Pringle (1854–1935)

Mr. James Milne Pringle, 81, retired master builder, died at his home, in Bon Accord- avenue, Waverley, last night.

Three weeks ago Mr. Pringle fractured a leg as a result of a fall, and complications supervened.

As senior partner in the firm of J. M. and A. Pringle, building contractors, Mr. Pringle was responsible for many important works in Sydney and Bathurst. He was associated with the Federated Master Builders' Association of Australia, and with the Master Builders' Association of New South Wales.

Mr. Pringle was also a director of the Sydney Steel Co., Ltd., Marrickville, and of the New South Wales Brick Co., Ltd., Alexandria. A native of Scotland, he was a member of the Highland Society of New South Wales for more than 40 years.

Mr. Pringle is survived by his daughter, Miss Agnes Pringle.

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'Pringle, James Milne (1854–1935)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 27 February 2024.

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2 November, 1854
Greenlaw, Scottish Borders, Scotland


6 December, 1935 (aged 81)
Waverley, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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