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MARRIAGE SOBELS-WILLIAMS.-On the 31st May, by the Rev Dr. C. Muecke, at the residence 0f the bride's father, Julius Sobels fourth son of the late C. A. Sobels, of Tanunda. to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. John Williams, of Nuriootpa. No c r.is.
SOBELS-WILLIAMS.-On the 31st May, by the Kev. Dr. C. Muecke, at the residence of the bride's father, Julius Sobels, fourth son of the late C. A. Sobels, of Tanunda, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. John Williams, of Nuriootpa. No cards.
SOBELS.— On the 7th December, atTanunda, the infant daughter of Julius and Elizabeth Sobels, aged three days.
SOBELS.-On the 4th December, at Tanunda, Mrs. Julius Sobels, of a daughter. (BIRTH)
SOBELS.— On the 7th December, at Tanunda, the infant daughter of Julius and Elizabeth Sobels, aged three 'days (DEATH)
CAUTION TO PYROTECHNISTS.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sir— I beg to draw your attention to some carelessness on the part of the persons engaged in discharging the fireworks at the Exhibition Grounds on last Thursdav eveninar. Having for some time, in company with my wife and others, enjoyed the display of the fireworks at the Exhibition Grounds on the said evening, we just intended to start for home, when suddenly some kind of pyrotechnism (which I suppose to have been a dart from a quiver) was either inten tionally or through carelessness or ignorance on the part of the person engaged in discharging the same, who then stood, as far as I can judge, on the roof of the octagon, thrown amongst the crowd, striking my wife's hand, where it, ex ploding, set fire to the sleeve of her jacket and dress, causing her wrist and part of the arm to be most severely burnt. Only by her presence of mind in instantly tearing oft' her jacket a conflagration of her dress was prevented. Had the dart struck her face, certainly she might not only have been disfigured for life, but been deprived of her eyesight. Though ever since under the skilful treatment of Dr. Lacroix, her sufferings are yet most severe, and weeks will elapse before she will have the use of her arm again. I trust this will be a caution to those persons engaged in discharging fireworks to be more careful in future, thereby avoiding similar or more serious accidents, for which they certainly could be held responsible. I am, Sir, &c, JULIUS SOBELS. Adelaide, September 5. ?
SOBELS.— On the 1st February, at Freeman, street, Adelaide, Mrs. Julius Sobels, of a son.
SON NAME: JULIUS RICHARD SOBELS
Death 1946, Aged 74 Only Son
SOBELS.--Ou the 1st February, at Freeman. street, Adelaide, Mrs. Julius Sobels, of a son.
SOBELS.— On the 13th August, at East-terrace, Mrs. J. Sobels, of a daughter.
SOBELS.— On the 4th August, at her residence, King William-street, Kent Town, Elizabeth, wife of Julius Sobels, aged 37 years.
SOBELS— On the 4th August, at her residence. King William-street, Kent Town, Elizabeth, wife of Julius Sobels. aged37 years
FUNERAL NOTICES THE Friends of Mr. Julius Sobels are respectfully informed tbs-: the RE MAINS of his late WIFE ELlZABETH will be Removed from his residence King William-street, Kent Town, This Day (Tuesday), August 5. at 3, o'clock p.m., for Interment in the West-terrace Cemetery. x H. RONDE, Undertaker.
MARRIAGES. SOBELS—REINHARDT.—On the 14th Septem- ber, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Casper Dorsch, F. J. Sobels, of Adelaide, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr. J. G. Reinhardt of Flinders-street, Adelaide.
DEATH OF AN OLD COLONIST.
Early on Saturday morning Mrs. Magdalena E. Menz, of Wakefield-street died at the age of 76. The deceased lady came to the colony in 1849 from Germany, shortly after her
arrival was married to the late Mr. Johann Menz. In 1850 she started a small grocery business in Wakefield-street. In 1860 Mrs. Menz was left a widow with a young family. Subsequently the business which she had inaugurated was taken over by her sons, who are still conducting it. Mrs. Menz, who was very well known to German citizens, had been ill for about four months. She had resided in Wakefield-street for 40 years, and her death will be very much regretted by a large number of people. Her two sons, Messrs. William and August Menz, and her daughter, Mrs. O. Basedow, survive her, as well as five grandchildren. The funeral took place at the 'West-terrace Cemetery on Sunday afternoon. The burial service was conducted in German by the Rev. Kasper Dorsh. Among those present around the grave were—Messrs. W. Menz and August Menz (sons), Rudolph Menz, and Adolph Menz, the Hon. F. Basedow, M.L.C., Messrs. O. Basedow, P. Gay, Julius Dursthoff, J. Kindernann, A. Swain, E. Pustkuchen, J. Sobels, C. von Bertouch, G. Patfull, G. Reinecke, E. Siekmann, H. Schröder, Jacob sen, A. Keidel, H. Just, J. Conigrave, J. Eitzen, A. Werner, W. Weber, W. Knick, O. Boettger, C. Wittig, L. F. Wicklein, A. Leschen, J. M. Wendt, A. Ornstein, W. Kindermann, and Klein, and Dr. von Luko- witz. Mr. E. Hennigs acted as undertaker.
SOBELS —REID. —On the 16th September, at St. John's Church, Adelaide, by Canon Hopcraft, Julius R., only son of F. J. Sobels, of Kent Town, to Flora, youngest daughter of the late A. Reid, of Paradise.
SOBELS.-On the 27th July, at Kingston terrace, North Adelaide, Ferdinand Julius Sobels, dearly beloved husband of A. Sobels, in his 71st year. A colonist of 64 years.
SOBELS-In sad but loving memory of our dear father, who died 27th July. 1911.
Gone but not forgotten.
-Inserted by his loving daughters, Alice, Minnie, and May.-and son-in-law, Will
SOBELS.—On February 8. at Eudunda Hospital, Cora Viola Sobels. dearly loved wife of Julius Sobels and loving mother or Ralph (R-A-A-F).
SOBELS—The friends of Mr. Julius Sobels are respectlully informed that the funeral of his lae beloved wife (Cora Viola will leave his residence. Eudunda. this day Friday 1. at 4 p.m. for the Eudunda Cemetery.
SOBELS.— On the llth May, at Watervale, the wife of C. A. Sobels, of a daughter.
SOBELS. —On November 26. at the Eudnnda Hospital. Julius Richard sobels. of Eudunda. loving father of Ralph. Aged 72 years
A Tanunda correspondent writing on the 10th says —To-day it is my sad duty to report the death of our much esteemed friend and neighbor Mr. C. A. Sobels, sen, the well-known winemaker. Mr. Sobels emigrated here from Germany more than 16 years ago, by far the greatest part of which time he lived in this neighborhood. It is to him that the colony owes, in s great measure, the development of oar daily-in creasing wine trade. He it was who first made the wine for many of our great vinegrowers, such as Messrs. J. Gilbert, Erans, Shannon, and others, and who stimulated a great many of our small formers to cultivate the Tine; thus creating for them a new source of revenue, which, but for him, would perhaps even now be very insignificant. Only in the last few rears he began to reap the benefit of his long labors, having established a good wine trade, and exporting largely to Melbourne. It is to be hoped that one of his sons, who has been working in his father's busi ness, will be able to continue the same, as it is of immense value to this neighborhood, where vines are bo much cultivated, to have a ready market for their produce. The primary t cause of our late friend's death was a capsize whilst * driving out with Mr. A. Shannon to that gentleman's residence to inspect bit wines about eight months ago. From that time he was getting weaker every day, spitting blood, coughing, &%, and for the last six or eight weeks he was unable to leave bis couch. He died on Thursday, Bth Oc tober, at 7 o'clock a.m-, in peace with all men. Some of bis last words, when taking the final Cue well from his family, were —"I believe I have no enemy; there is no man whom I have wronged, and whose forgiveness I must implore." And these words were true ; there was no man more respected and beloved in this neighbourhood than the deceased. He leaves a widow, five eons, one daughter (married to Mr. George Fischer), four grandchildren, and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. He reached the 61st year of his age. On Friday afternoou his remains were carried to their last resting-place, fol lowed by a very large concourse of mourners. The corpse having been carried into the Tanunda Church, the Rev. Or. Mucke preached a most impressive sermon, and at its conclusion the Tanunda "Quartett Verein" sang very effectively "Es ist bestunmt in Gottes Bath," after which the dead was lowered into the grave. Peace be to his ashes.
SOBELS.— On the 8th October, at his residence, at Tanunda, C. A. Sobels, sen., wine manufacturer, of Tununda, of disease of the lungs.
The death in announced, at the age of 84, of one of the State's highly, and es teemed pioneer vignerons, Mr. C. A. Sobels, of Springvale Vineyards, Water vale, and a member of the firm of H. Buring & Sobels, Limited. He was born
at Quedlingberg. Hanover, in 1838, and arrived in the colony in 1847, at the age of eight years, and following the footsteps of his father (an eminent descendant of French winemaking fame, mid who was the first to start winemaking in the Tanunda district), he entered into wine making successfully for the late W. Jacobs at the-old Mooroora vineyards, Rowland's Flat. As a young man he resided in Mauritius for a while, und was engaged in the building of stills. Later on he went to Watervale and established the Springvale vineyards and cellars for the late Sir Walter Watson Hughes, and later for Mr. F. M. Richman, now of Prospect. After many years of strenuous and successful work, he acquired this property from the latter in conjunc tion with the late Mr H. Buring, who then established the well-known firm of H. Buring & Sobels, Limited. There are evidences at Springvale of Mr. Sobel's craftsmanship in coppcrsmithing and other applications. He also had a penchant for art, and some of his work revealed skill and a good power of observation. ' Mr. Sobols had a fine record as a champion wine
THE LATE MR. C. A. SOBELS. (PHOTO)
THE LATE MR. C. A. SOBELS.
maker, having obtained many prizes, gold medals, and champions for wines' at Lon don, Bordeaux, Paris, and Philidelphia, and was particularly successfull at wine shows in Australia. He always manifes ted the deepest interest in the welfare of the surrounding district, and the town of Watcrvale, where he resided for SO years. He celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his wedding in November, 1917. He then removed to Leabrook.'ond entered into n quiet and restful life until hia death. There survive a widow, five sons (Messrs. K. E. Sobels, O. C. Sobels, T. W. Sobels, V. J. Sobels, Watervale; L. D. Sobels, Adelaide), and six daughters (Mesdames E. Treloar, Toorak; L. Buring. Sydney; C. Sandow, Balaklnva; J. Sobels, Ku dunda; and Miss Sobels Lenbrook. . The late Mrs. E. W. Castinc, of Watervale, was also a daughter. There arc 26 grand children and two great-grandchildren. His remains will be interred in the Watervale Cemetery.
A fine old pioneer, Mrs. Sobels, widow of Mr. C. A. Sobels, of Spring- vale, Watervale, passed away on De- cember 3, aged 81, at her residence.
Godfrey-terrace, Leabrook. Mrs. Sobels was long associated with Water vale, where her husband managed the Springvale vineyards, which Sobels and Buring purchased from Mr John Richmond, brother-in-law of Sir wal- ter Watson Hughes, its original owner. Sir Walter Hughes planted the first part of the vineyard. Mr. and Mrs Sobels brought up their family at Spring vale, mongst whom were Messrs. Oscar. Emil, Tabot, and *. J. Sobels, Mrs. E. W. Castine (deceased) Mrs. Treloar (deceased), Mesdames Sandow. Buring, and C. A. Podlitt (Chatean Tannnda). and Miss Sobels. When Watervale became part of the Auburn parish, Mrs. Sobels and family helped largely tn the erection of the Watervale Church.
MR. C.A. SOBELS DEAD.
A VETERAN WINEMAKER.
Mr. Carl August Sobels, one of the best- known figures in the wine industry in South Australia for many years, died at his residence. Godfrey-terrace, Leabrook,
on. Thursday, at the age of 84 years. Mr. Sobels was horn at Qnedlinbnnr. Hanover, and when ten years of age arrived in South Australia with his parent's in 1848. His father was a practical wine maker, having studied the industry in Europe. The family settled in the Ta nanda district. and Mr Sobcls, sen., was the first to enter into wine making in that part. He carried on business there for a number of years, and at his death, in 1863. was succeeded by Mr. Carl Sobels, who from his boyhood had acquired a thorough knowledge of wine and vine culture. He was acknowledged to be one of the most expert winemakere j in Australia. In 1868 he was connected with the business of Mr. J M. Richman, for whom he acted as wine maker, the well known Spring Vale wines then being manufactured by Mr. Sobels. In 1890 Mr. T. G. H. Buring and Mr Sobels joined forces and purchased the spring Vale vine yar and plant and since thai time the name of Buring & Sobels was one of the best- known in the wine trade. The firm carried off honors at London. Bondeaux. Paris, PhiladelDbia. and at the Adelaide Intenia. tional Jubilee Exhibition.
C VON BERTOUOH & CO,
' Surveyors, Land Brokers, Auctioneers, Land
and Estate Agent,
ADELAIDE, TANUNDA. KAPUNDA, and
beg to inform their Clients and the Public that in confcquence of the DEATH of Mr. F. JULIUS SOBELS the above LAND AGENCY BUSINESS will I»"CONTINUED by the survivine Partners, Mresrs. CARL and JULIUS VON BKRTOUCH, under the old stvlo" or firm name of
c. VON BERTOUCU & co..
SOBELS.— On the 29th December, at her resi dence, Tanunda, Johanna Wilhelmine, relict of the late Carl August Sobels. aged 64 years, deeply
SOBELS.— On the 28th December, at her resi- dence, Tanunda, Johanna Wilhelmine, relict of the late Carl August Sobels, aged 64 years, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.
SOBELS.— On the 27th September, at his
residence. No. 9. Godfrey terrace, Leabtook, .Carl August, beloved husband of Meta Louisa Sobels, aged 84 years.
FUNERAL NOTICES. SOBELS. — The Friends of the late Mr. CARL AUGUST SOBELS of Godfrey terrace, Lea brook (late of Springvale, Watervale) are re spectfully informed that his Funeral will Leave his late Residence. Springvale, Watervale, on FRIDAY, ,28th, at 2 p.m:, for the Watervale Cemetery.
Meta Louisa, beloved wife of the late Carl August Sobels, late of Sprlngvale. Water vale. aged 81 years.
SOBELS-REID-On the the 16th September, at St. John's Church, Adelaide, by Canon Hopcraft, Julius R., only son of F. J. Sobels, of Kent Town, to Flora, youngest daughter of the late A. Reid, of Paradise
SOBELS.-On the 2nd May, at King William street, Kent Town, the wife of F. J. Sobels, of a daughter, stillborn.
SOBELS The Sobels family, now in their fourth generation as winemakers, are connected with the well-known firm of Buring & Sobels, famous for its white wines. Mr. Carl A. Sobels, whose father was a winemaker, be came manager of a vineyard near Penwortham in the 'sixties. In 1889, a partnership was formed between T. G. Buring and Carl A. Sobels, and the firm of Buring & Sobels was founded by the acquisi tion of the Springvale pro perty by Mr. Sobels. Mr. Sobels took charge of production .and Mr. Buring of marketing. Emil Sobels followed his father at Springvale and en larged cellars and vineyards, while the late Rudi Buring spread the wines throughout Australia and to many coun tries beyond. TOLLEYS The founder of the firm, the late Mr. E. A. Tolley, was born in Adelaide 90 years ago and, spent some years over seas, mainly In France, studying under, Professor Bloxam, the famous author and expert on fermentation. On completion 6f his studies Mr. Tolley became associated with Mr. Thomas Scott of the Abbey Street Distillery, South London, where he learnt much con cerning distillation. In 1888 Mr. Scott came to Adelaide and together with Mr. E. A. ToUey and his brother, Douglas, formed the firm of Tolley, Scott and Tolley» The present board of dir ectors consists entirely of members of the Tolley family. « The firm's distillery at Stepney was acquired in 1889. and in 1904 a distillery was erected at 'Angas Park,' Nuriootpa. The company now owns extensive vineyards and each year purchases large quan tities of grapes from private growers. I In its early history a large business in bulk brandy was built up in Australia. In the p. '; 20 years the firm has marketed its bottled 'T.S.T.' [brandy with increasing suc cess and has exported large quantities of bottled brandy to overseas countries.
SOBELS-TRAPMANN.-On the 20th October, at St Matthew's, Kensington, by the Rev. W. A. Swan. Emil Edward, eldest son of C. A. Sobels. Watervale. to Henrietta Ferdina (Tiny), ftfth danghter of the late C W. F. Trapmann, Hind- marsh.
SOBELS.-On the 19th August, at Adelaide, Flora, the dearly beloved wife of J. R. Sobels, Kudunda, and much-loved, sister of Mrs. Fred Bassett and Margaret Reid, of 44 -Hewitt avenue, Rose Park, and G. Reid, of Paradise.
There was a slight improvement yester day in the condition of Mr. F. J. Sobels, Kent Town, who suffered a slight paralytic Ftroke early this week. He is, at the Ru Rua Hospital, North Adelaide.
SOBELS—WILLIAMS—On tfae 31st May, by the Bev. Dr. C. Muecke, at the Residence of the bride's father, Julius Sobels, fourth son of the late C. A. Sobels, of Tanunda, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. John Williams, of Nuriootpa. No cards.
MESSRS. C. A. SOBELS, of Watervale, and F. J. SOBELS, of Kent Town, brothers of the late R. J. Sobels, of Tununda, dearly to THANK all kind friends for letters of condolence, telegrams, and Floral tributes during their late and bereavement.
MISS SOBELS of Tununda, niece of the late R. J. SOBELS, wishes to THANK all friends for ejiinatuua of sympathy, letters, and telegrms on the occasion of her uncle's death
SOBELS-SOBELS.-On the 15th December, 1921, at St. Matthew's Church, Marryatville, by the Rev. G. W. Dempster, Julius R Sobels, of Eudunda, to Cora Viola, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sobels, "Verdelho," Godfrey terrace, Leabrook, formerly of Watervale.
KNAPP—SOBELS. —Mr. and Mrs. Kirkby Robirson wish to announce the engagement of their niece. Fran ces Knapp. of Angaston, to Ralph Julie Sobels of Underdale. formerly Eudunda.
MESSRS. C. A. SOBELS, of Watervale, and F. J. SOBELS, of Kent Town, brothers of the late R. J. Sobels, of Tinunda, dearly to THANK all kind friends for letters of condolence, telegrams, and Floral tributes during their late and bereavement. MISS SOBELS of Tununda, niece of the late R. J. SOBELS, wishes to THANK all friends for ejiinatuua of sympathy, letters, and telegrms on the occasion of her undce death
CA. SOBELS begs to inform Wine- growers. Publicans, and others that having been entrusted with the MANAGEMENT of the BUSINESS of his Late FATHER, C. A. SOBELS, of Tanunda, Wine Manufacturer, he hopes by strict attention to the business to gain the same confidence enjoyed for so many years by his late Father. C. A. SOBELS, Wine Manufacturer. Tanunda, Octobers, 29, 1863. 306h'9
CA. SOBELS begs to inform Winegrowers, Pub . licans, and others, that having been entrusted with the management of the business of hfe late father C. A. Sobels, of Tannnda, Wine Manufacturer, be hopes by strict attention to the business to gain the same confidence enjoyed for so many years by his late fether. C. A. SOBELS, Wine Manufacturer. Tanunda, October 29,1863. mw2
SOBELS. — On the 19th December, at Watervale, the wife of Mr. C. A. Sobels, of a daughter.
A GOLDEN WEDDING.
WATERVALE, .November 6.-Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Sobéis, of Springvale, Watervale, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding at Springvale on Monda}-, when the family gathered and presented their parents with a purse of sove- reigns , Mr. C. A. Sobéis arrived in South Aus- tralia in 1347, at the age of eight .years, with his parents. His father was a skilful wine maker, and . lir. C. A. Sobéis settled at Watervale 43 years ago, and established the well known Springvale Vineyards under the" ownershiu |of the late Sir W. W. Hughes and Mr. J. M. j Richman! Later on Mr. Sobéis acquired , this | property with Mr. H. Buring, and after 'a suc ' cessful career,the well-known firm of Buring and
Sobéis was formed, as a result of hard work and energy. Mr. Sobéis has always done excellent work in the interest of his district, and was much sought after-in the earlier days for his musical gifts. He was also a prominent rifle shot and wo_,many trophies. He manifested deep interest i_ lie Watervale Brass Band, of which he was leader*for many years. His wife arrived in the ?State in 1855 at the age of 0" years, and he" married in St. .Luke's, Lobethal, 'on November 5, 1867. j With. -her. husband she has assisted in looking
after the welfare of Watervale. There are seven' 1 daughters j and five eons, the« youngest of whom
(Private O.i J. Sobéis) is in the'firing line in France, having enlisted over two years ago. There are- 26 grandchildren. Mrs. Sobéis has been an active member of the Anglican*Church, and largely through her energies the Church of St. Mary's, Watervale; waa built. She is " a * prominent Bed Cross worker and active in all ' patriotic efforts. T - '
SOBELS.-On the 8th October, at his residence, at Tanunda, C. A. Sobels, sen., wine manufacturer, of Tanunda, of disease of the lungs.
[Correspondent] January 25.
A gloom has been cast over our township by the almost sudden death of a highly respected young man named Edward Sobels, brother-in-law of Mr. Geo. Fischer, and son of the late Mr. C.A. Sobels.
He wbb well on Tuesday, 17th inst.. and on Monday morning, 23rd inst., he breathed his last, having been insensible for the last three days. Inflammation of the brain, caused by an accident he met with biz years ago, was assigned by the medical men as the cause of bis death. His funeral took plaoe yesterday and he was followed by a larger circle of mourners (ban was ever witnessed in oar township; friends having come from Angas Park, Greenock, Nain, &c, and there mast have been nearly 300 persona follow ing. Hie only reached bis 32nd year, and leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn hie loss. A not very frequent case took plaoe last week in the neighborhood, the wife of a laboring man giving birth to three boys. Two were dead, and the last only lived four hours. Our respected" neighbor, the lady of Win, Jacob, J.F., having last week returned from a visit to Eng land, the Tananda Qoartett Terein took the occasion to show her their esteem by giving her a serenade at her residence, Moorooroo, about three miles from here.
SOBELS -Tbe Friends of Mr. J. R. SOBELS (at Eudunda), are respectfully informed that the Remains of his late Wife (Flora), will Leave the Residence of Mr. Fred Bassett, 44 Hewitt avenue, Rose Park, on SATURDAY, at 11 am; for interment in the Payrehum Cemetery. PENGELLEY KNARK, Undertakers, Phone 496. Randle Street.
Mr. Ralph Sobels. 5 Burbridge road. Brooklyn Park.
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'SPRINGVALE' VINEYARDS AND CELLARS
Founded in 1865, the "Spring Vale" vineyards and cellars of Messrs. H. Buring & Sobels, Limited, at Watervale, are principally noted as the home of
"Quelltaler"' hock, a dry light wine favorably known throughout Australia. The first plantings were made by Mr. Francis Treloar, then manager for Sir Walter Hughes, on the property known as Prospect, and now part of the general vineyard. After fencing ploughing, and subsoiling, Mr. Treloar planted scions of the finest varieties of vines procurable, and the soundness of his judgment is proved by the fact that the kinds then planted are today amongst the best wine-producing types. When it became necessary to have a wine expert, the services of Mr. C. A. Sobels, of Tanunda, were secured. The marketing of the wines was undertaken by Mr. T. G. H. Buring, who subsequently joined forces with Mr. Sobels in the purchase of the property, which has been added to from time to time. Early in this century a limited company was formed, and the aim of the original partners to produce quality wines has been strictly followed. With the death of the founders, the control at "Spring Vale" was taken over by Mr. Emil Sobels, and Mr. Rudolph Buring '
assumed the position of managing director at the head office in Adelaide. The success of the company is indi- cated today by the strong demand throughout Australasia and by overseas shipping lines for the excellent vin- : tages produced. |
SOBELS. —In loving memory of our dear father, who died July 27, 1911. Gone, but not forgotten. —Inserted by his loving daughters, Alice, Minnie,
SOBELS—On September 6. at a pri vate hospital Alice Bertha Sobels. of 15 Cremorne street. Fullarton, eldest daugh ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. J Sobels, and loving sister of Minnie, May and Julius.
SOBELS.-In sad. but loving memory of our dear father, who died July 27. 1911.
With Jesus now, with Him for ever
Never to leave Him, grieve Him never
Could God Himself give more? His will Is be*, though we are weeping still.
-Inserted by his loving daughters. Alice, Minnie
May and son-in-law Will.
SOBELS-REINHARDT. —On the 14th Septem- ber, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Casper Dorsch, F. J. Sobels, of Adelaide, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr. J. G. Reinhardt, of Flinders-street, Adelaide.
SOBELS— On the 11th Mav, at Watervale, the wife of C. A. Sobels, of a daughter.
SOBELS - On the 29th May, at Kapunda of Croup, Arthur, the youngest beloved child of the late Otto Sobels and his wife, G. Sobels, aged 7 years and 9 months.
SANDOW-SOBELS.-On the 25th February, at "Spring Vale," by the Rev. F. Sewell, Clarence, eldest son of John Sandow, "Trelawney," Mintaro, to Meta, fifth daughter of Carl Sobels, "Spring Vale." At home, "Woodlands," Auburn, March
SOBELS-WILLIAMS.- On the 4th May, at St. Andrew's Walkerville, by Archdeacon Dove, Leo nard D., third son of C. A. Sobels, Spring Vale, Wateivale, to -Marguerite, youngest daughter of D. Williams, Gawler terrace, Walkerville.
SOBELS.— On the 6th January, at Sprlngvale, Watei ?ale, the wife of C. A. Sobels, of a son.
STUBINGTON-SOBELS.-On the 21st September, at St. Paul's Church. Adelaide, by the Rev. R. A. Campbell, William G. P. Stubington. eldest son of G. H. Stubington, Broken Hill, to Ida May, youngest daughter of F. J. Sobels, King William
street, Kent Town.
(William George Penny Stubington); (George Henry Stubington)
REINHARDT.-On the 23rd November, at Stanmore, North Adelaide; Ida, daughter; of -the late , G. and H..Reinhardt, of Adelaide, sister of Mrs Sobels and 'Mrs. Brook.
REINHARDT.— On the 6th of August, at the residence of his son-in-law (F. J. Sobels), King William-street, Ken Town, Johann Gottlieb Rein hardt. aged 70 years.
Mr. F. J. Sobels, senior partner in the well-known city firm of C. von Bertouch and Co., auctioneers, died at the Ru Rua Hospital on Thursday morning. He was seized with a stroke while in his office on July l8, and since then had not regained consciousness. He wau born in Quedling burg, Saxony, Germany, on December 15, 1840, and arrived in South Australia with his parents in the ship Hermann von Bechran seven years later. He entered the establishment of Mr. C. von Bcrtonch at the age of 14. and 16 year later was taken into pnrtnerslup, becoming senior partner on the death of the founder. He was widely known and respecte«! in all circles. He left a widow, a son-Mr. Julius Sobels, of Eudunda-and three daughters-Misses Alice and Minnie Sobels, of Adelaide, and Mrs. W. R. Stubbington, of Broken Hill
STUBINGTON.-March 22, 1946, at St. George District Hospital, William George Penny Stubington, of 1398 Rocky Point Road. Sans Souci (formerly of Broken Hill), dearly loved husband of Ida May and dear father of Laurel (Mrs. E. H. Stevens) and Joan, aged 61 years. Broken Hill papers please copy.
STUBINGTON.- The relatives and Friends
of Mrs. Eda May Stubington. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stevens, and of John, and of Miss Joan Stubington are Invited to attend the Funeral, of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father and grandfather, Wil- liam George Penny Stubington, of 1398 Rocky Point Road, Sans Souel. formerly of Broken Hill, which will leave our private chapel, seven Ways. Rockdale, This Monday, after service commencing at 1.15 p.m.. for the Church of Englund Cemetery. Woronora. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurst
STUBINGTON.-Loyal Sans Souel Lodge. No.633 M.U.I.O.O.F.-Officers end Mem bofs are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member. Bro. W.G. P. Stublng- ton. For further.particulars see family notice, W. C. Corderoy, N.G.; C. R. Griffith, Fin. Secretary.
(DEATH) 21502/1955 IDA MAY STUBINGTON, Parents, JULIUS FERDINAND & ELIZABETH LEHMAN, ROCKDALE NSW
STUBINGTON -In loving memory of my dear husband and father William George passed away March 22 1946 Ever In the thoughts of his loving wife May daughters Laurel and Joan
STUBINGTON— PENNY.— On the 30th July, at St. Phillips's, Belvidere North, by the Rev. James Houghton, George Henry Stubington, of Port Wake field, to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Penny, of Marrabel
STUBINGTON.-On the 10th May, Sarah Jane, the belved wife of G. H. Stubington, and eldest daughter of the late Thos. Penny, of Hill Farm, Marrabel, aged 33 years.
STUBINGTON.— On the 10th May, at Hill Farm Marrabel, Sarah, the beloved wife of G. H. Stubington, Crown Hotel, Currie street, Adelaide, aged 32 year
STUBINGTON.— On the 10th May, at Hill Farm Marrael, Sarah, the beloved wife of G. H. Stubington, Crown Hotel, Currie-street, Adelaide, aged 32 years.
STUBINGTON.— On the 10th May, at Hill Farm, Marrabel, the wife of G. H. Stubington, of Port Wakefield. of a son.
STUBINGTON (nee SOBELS).-On the 11th March,
at Weronga, -Nursing Home, Prospect, to Mr. and Mr. W. G. P. Stubington, Broken Hill- a daughter. both well.
STUBINGTON.—On the 10th May, at Hill Farm, Marrabel, Sarah, the beloved wife G. H. Stubington, Crown Hotel. Currle-street, Adelaide, aged 32 years.
SOBELS.-In loving memory of our dear father, who died July 27, 1911.
-Inserted by his loving .daughters, Alice, Minna, aucl May, and son-in-law William Stubington.
PENNEY.-In loving memory of onr dear fathel, who died at Uapumla, July 27, 1911.
fcc-nie day «neil shadows deepen,
And the cad comes down the line,
Let your dear face be there to welcome
At the gate, dear father, mine.
-Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in law, Beat and Fred and grandchildren, Jean and
STUBINGTON.-On the 7th June at Broken Hill, to Mr. and Mrs W. G. P. Stubington- a daughter (premature).
FORMER LOCAL MAN
DIES IN SYDNEY
The- death occurred early thisj j morning in Sydney- of Mr. W.
(Bill). Stubington, who was an old local identity and formerly worked, in the .Government Tram ways here prior to being trans-
ferred to Sydney. He was well known in local sporting circles, having been an official of the South Football Club for a number of years.
STUBINGTON.— On the 10th May, Sarah Jane, the beloved wife of G. M. Stubington, and eldest daughter of the late Thos. Penny of Hill Farm, Marrabel, aged 33 years.
STUBINGTON— PENNY.— On the 30th July, at St. Phillips's, Belvidere North, by the Rev. James Houghton, George Henry Stubington, of Port Wake field, to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Penny, of Marrabel