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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS. Announcement* under ihit heading must be aatken tieated by the name and address rf the tender, and ereinserudat a charge of Two Shillings and Sit pence each mhen not exceeding five lines; over flee Una Sixpence per tine. {A. fane eotwwtic/seiwn words.) BIRTHS. BADGER.—On the 15th July, at Clare, the wife of Magnus Badger, of a son SARD.-On the 12th July, at Dayton-street, Bow den, the wife of W. R. Sard, of a daughter. SANDERS.—On the 16th Julr, at Opie-stieet,   Evacdale, the wife of Arthar C. Sanders, of a son. MARRIAGES. BUSSENSCHUTT—COUZNER.—On the 13th July, at the Primative Methodist Church, Paskeville, by the Rev. J. J. Salmon, John Herman, second son of Albert Bussenschutt, of Avenue Farm, Salisbury, to Hester, second daughter of Alfred Couzner, Paske ville. DEATHS. LOW.—On the 16th July, at Ottaway-terrace, Hindley-street west, Ernest Edwards Low, second son of the late Charles Stewart Low, aged 17 years and 9 months. MORTLOCK.—On the 16th July, at Essenside, Glenelg, William Ranson, only son of W.T. and R.   F. Mortlock, aged 8½ months. EVANS.—On the 15th July, at Maitland Hotel, Yorke's Peninsula, George Priest, the dearly loved husband of Flora Evans, and eldest son of Mr. George   Evans, late of Riverton, aged 47 years. DENNIS.—On the 13th July, at Port Broughton of oonvulsions, Emily Melena (Sissie), aged 3 years and 8 months, second daughter of William Edwin and Julienne Dennis. Room in Thine arms, dear Jesus, For little ones like me. IN MEMORIAM CLANCY.—On the 18th July, 1891, at Gawler, Martin Clancy, aged 24. Gone, but not forgotten — Inserted by affectionate brothers, J. and T. Clancy. McMAHON.—In loving remembrance of Edward, the third and dearly beloved eon of D. and B. McMahon, who died at the Private Hospital, North Adelaide, on July 18, 1890, aged 19 years and 4 Two long ani sad yean to-day Since that beautiful flower passsd aTOv, Bat lett not one stain behind. The biight gem ot the home, The star of out life, That beautilol flower had but a short strife. From biitb to death. God marked him forJHuoini, And now be stands by His heavenly throne. Weare not far from the grave WLere our favori'e one lies. And loved ones all round us are sighing ; But little they know tf the deep stream of love For our hearts in bis grave there is lying. —Inserted by his loving parents, I>. and: B. McMahon, Prospect EaEt. Hay his toul rett in peace. McMAHON.—In memory of our dear brother   Edward, who died at the l'.iv?te Hospital, North Adelaide, on the 18th July, IBM, aged 19. 8.1. P. Tox> jtars to-d«y have passed away Since our dear brother was called away; The thought still lingers around oar hearts, 'Ivras bard for us from him to part. A loving eon, tiue and kind. He ptoved to be in heart and minfl; A lovim? I-rotter, too, aa wen, When he on earth with us did dsreU. Tears fell when he was dying From eyes unused to weep, And lone; when be is lying WiU tears the cold turf steep. —Inserted by his loving sisters and brothers. WEST.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died at Eudonda, S.A., 18th July, 1891. Darling mother, how we miss yon. None can tel the loss wo bear; But in heaven we hope to meet you, Where there is no parting there. —Inserted by her eon and daughter, Willie and Mabel.

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