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Walter Sydney Suttor (1856–1928)

A private cable message was received yesterday announcing the death of Mr. Walter Sydney Suttor a prominent grazier in New South Wales. Accompanied by Mrs. Suttor, he sailed for England in April. He became ill and died at a private hospital in London on October 21.

Mr. Suttor was a son of the late Mr. William Henry Suttor M.L.C. of Bathurst and a brother of Sir Francis Suttor He was 72 years of age. Practically all his life he was engaged in pastoral pursuits. His station, Warrangunyah, Ilford, is well known. Before taking possession of this station, he was at Warrangong Station near Cowra. He leaves three sons and four daughters all of whom reside in New South Wales.

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