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A notable feature at the Wembley Ex
hibition, in Londuii, was ihut of the Irish
linen and damask section. Naturally, the
very host quality and workmanship- were
produced by the Irish linen industry 'for
that world-fami'iis show. Comparatively
few South Australian people vuitcd VVeniFix this text
bloy; but, thanki to tin- foroHight and
business acumen of Mr. J. P. Murphy, a
well-knowu connoisflcur in these fabrics,
the popular display made there of these
choice WMivenirn can he seen daily in Ade
laide. At Theodore Bruce
—Inserted by his loving granddaughters
Muriel and Eileen.
MURPHY.—In 3oving memory of my
dear husband. Michael, who passed away
suddenly at Plympton on the 14th March,
Loved In life cherished in death.
A beautiful memory is all we have left.
—Inserted by his loving wife.
MURPHY.—In loving memory of my dear
dad. who departed this life on the 14th
Just a memory, fond and true.
to show, dear dad, I think of you.
—Inserted by Nelle.
MURPHY.-In loving memory of our dear
father, who passed away at Plympton. 14th
Another year Its changes bring, Though death divides. fond memories cling. - Inserted by his loving son and daughter-
in-law. Jack and Hilda.
MURPHY.—In loving memory of myFix this text
dear father, Michael, who passed away on
the 14th March, 1927.
Dear dad, how I miss you
And your dear smiling face;
No one on this earth, dear dad,
Can ever fill your place.
—Inserted by his loving daughter. Kath-
MADDISON.—In loving memory or our
«§g fether' dled On tte 14
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GOVERMENT LIMITED AUCTION
TUESDAY, MARCH 9.
Jamestown; J. M?*dowi:roft,
Laura; V. Mayr, Watervale; I*. M-irW"
and Boa, "!eciiV-*OWH ; Murphy
MURPHY.-In loving memory of Patrick
Murphy, who died at Hookina on the 6th. DeFix this text
cember, 1918. "Eternal rest grant unto him,
O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him."
R.I.P. -Inserted by his loving wife and family.
Newton Mundry, of Fullarton, late A.I.F.
HANCOCK-MURPHY.-On the 23th June, at
67, South-terrace, by the Rev. S. Clark Mugford,Fix this text
Edward Roy, younger son of J. J. B. Hancock,
to Daisy Adelaide, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Murphy, both of Adelaide.
I IN MEMOBIAM.
MURPHY.—In memory of my dear brother,
Mathew Murphy, who died at St. John's, Eudunda,Fix this text
on the 9th November, 1898. Rest in peace.
Far beyond this world at changes,
Far beyond this world of care,
We shall find our missing loved one
In our Father's mansion fair.
—Inserted by his dear sister, Lizzie, and brother
in-law, Angas Jack
field is also well known for its marble quarries, which have been worked, off and on, for more than half a century. The principal ones are those belonging to Mr. John Webb, about half a mile from the township but there are others several' miles away, in Paris Creek. Mr. Webb's old quarry has been abandoned on account of water having filed up the workings but lately some good marble in two varieties— pinkish stone and one with a bluish tint has been taken out and sent to Adelaide. There are some very large stones in theFix this text quarry, and these have to be cut with drills and wedges into the size required. The old drinking fountain which stood for about 5O years in Hurtle square, and was removed to make way for the electric tram way tracks, waa built of slabs of Maccles field marble. ' ' -A Clever Old Lady.
For Councillor— Waterloo Ward, Samuel Dawson
and John Leany ; Steelton Ward, Gottlieb Behn ;
Tothill's Creek Ward, James Murphy. For Auditors
C- ECTION No. 665, situate in the Hundred
O of Hallett, Mount Bryan East, contain
ing 31 1 Acres of AGRICULTURAL LAND,
subdivided into four paddocks, on which is
erected a Four-roomed. House, Stables,
MURPHY - O'RIELLY -On the 2nd November,
at the Queen of Angel's, Thebarton by Rev. J.
Healy, Elizabeth (Lizzie) eldest daughter of Pat-
rick O'Rielly of Julia Creek, niece of the late Fix this text
James O'Rielly, Mona-street, Thebarton, to
Thomas Murphy, Henley Beach-road, Mile End,
youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Murphy,
County Clare, Ireland.