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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines, Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral announcement is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely:—The minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memorlam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require tbe signature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS BROOKS (nee Joy Bassett).—On the 5th January, at Trinity street Hospital, College Park, to Mr. and Mrs. Colin Brooks—a son (Ronald Leslie Haylock). Special thanks to Dr. R. Verco. Nurse Bussby, and staff. CLARKE (nee Josie Brown).—On the 5th January, 1935, at the Kapunda Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clarke. Alma—a daughter. Both well. HEASLIP.— On the 6th January, at the Memorial Hospital, to Doctor and Mrs. W. G. Heaslip, of Salamo. Papua, and Aldgate—a daughter. HOOPER.— On the 5th January, at Clifton Nursing Home, to Mr. and Mrs. G. H. S. Hooper. King street, Norwood—a son (Donald George). HUNT. — On the 5th January, at "Glenwyne", Richmond road. Westbourne Park, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunt, of O'Halloran Hill— a daughter. Both well. STRINGER - On the 31st December. 1934. at the Crystal Brook Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stringer. Mundoora—a daughter. THOMPSON.— On the 4th December, 1934. at Balaklava Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C Thompson, Balaklava—a son. GOLDEN WEDDING NEWLING — LEE.—On the 8th January, 1885, at St. Matthew's Church of England. Prahran, Melbourne, by the late Bishop Henry Langley. Charles Newling. second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Newling. of Cambridge. England, to Elizabeth Lillian, third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lee. of South Yarra. Melbourne. Present address. 93 Unley road, Unley. S.A. APPROACHING MARRIAGES CRIDDLE—TAYLOR.—The marriage of Phillis eldest daughter of Mr. P. Criddle, of Kingston to Maurice, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. S. Taylor, of Burra, will be solemnised in Holy Trinity Church, Kingston, on Saturday, 12th January, at 7.30 pm. No reception. MICKAN—PIETSCH.—The marriage of Clara, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mickan, Cambrai. to Herbert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pietsch, Cambrai, will be solemnised at the Church of Hope, Cambral, on Thursday. 10th January, at 4.30 p-m. ENGAGEMENTS IRELAND—JACKSON.—The engagement was recently announced of Vida G., younger daughter of Mrs. I. J. Ireland. Vardon terrace, Millswood, and the late Sergeant G. A. Ireland, to Lisle W., second son of Sergeant and Mrs. W. Jackson. Fashoda street. Hyde Park. INGLIS—BREWSTER.—The engagement is announced of Linda B., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Inglis, of Kadina, to Clifford R., only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. I. L. Brewster of Quorn. McDONALD—GREEN.—The engagement is announced of Audrey Isabel, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald, of Woodville, to John Edgar, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Green, of Marree. ORCHARD—HOCKING.—The engagement is announced of Eryl Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Orchard, Murray Bridge, to Howard Richard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hocking, Murray Bridge. THORPE—WEBSTER.— The engagement is announced of Genevieve E., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thorpe. Kangarllla, to Edgar G. (Ted), only son of Mrs. G. Webster, Clarendon. VERNON—WRIGHT.—The engagement is announced of Molly Vernon, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Chenoweth, Clifton street, Malvern, to Charles Frederick, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. T. Wright, of Redfern. DEATHS BENSON.— On the 5th January, at Adelaide, William Joseph (Buzza), beloved son of Margaret Mary and the late George Benson late of Edwardstown. Aged 30 years. COOPER.—On the 7th January, at his residence, 41 Penzance street, Glenelg, Arthur White, the dearly beloved husband of Ethel Cooper, and loving father of Robert and James, aged 45 years. GASTON.— On the 5th January, at Bute, Patricia (Pattie), beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gaston, aged 10 years. R.I.P. GERMEIN.—On the 7th January, at her residence, No. 11 Greenhill road, Dulwich, Bertha Emilie. widow of Samuel Joseph Germein. Aged 65 years. Peacefully sleeping. JOHNSON. — On the 6th January, at Tailem Bend. Roy Ivan, dearly beloved third son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. B. Johnson, of Netherton aged 12 years (result of accident). Peacefully sleeping. PHILLIPPS. — On the 6th January at his residence. "Craigmellan." Edwin terrace, Gilberton. William Herbert Philllpps. K.B. Aged 87 years. READ.— On the 7th January, at 51 Commercial road. Hyde Park, Martha Odgers beloved wife of the late Rev. James Read, ln her 98th year. TIMMS.—On the 7th January (suddenly) at Jacob street. Gawler. Stephen Thomas dearly beloved husband of Ellen Timms and father of William, Stanley, Linda, Hilda and Dorothy. Aged 73 years. FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 4 HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR KELLY.—To the most dear and honored memory of our only son and brother. Lance- Corporal Garnet ?rancis Kelly. 10-287, 10th . Field Engineers, who was killed in action In France on Bth January. 1917. IN MEMORIAM BEALE.—In loving memory of my dear ' husband and father, who died Bth January. ? 1923. at 7 Stafford street. Adelaide. We who love you sadly miss you As lt dawns another year. —Inserted by his loving wife and children ' and sister. Ethel and Jabez. BILNEY.—In loving memory of our dear * son. who passed away on the Bth January, if we had all the world to give. We would give it. yes. and more: To see our darling Keith's face Come milling through the door. —-Inserted by his loving mother. lather and brother. COUMBE.—In loving memory of our dear brother Hurtle, who passed away on 8th Janu ary, 1922. —Always remembered by his loving sister and brother. CARLSON.—In loving memory of our darl ing Daphne, who passed away at Alberton on the Bth January. 1924.—"F0nd memories." Inserted by mother, father and sister. CASTLE.—In loving memory of our darling little Norma (10 months), who passed away on the Bth January, 1934, 'Too dearly loved to be forgotten." —Inserted by her loving father and mother and grandfather. CASTLE^—In loving memory of our dear h'ttegrand-daughter. Norma, passed away on the Bth January, 1934. There's a grave we always visit. In a spot not far away. Where we laid dear little Norma. Just one year ago today. —Inserted by her loving grandma, grandpa, and uncles Allan, Melville, Norman, and Aunty Vi. EDDY.—In loving memory of onr dear'hus band and father, passed away on the Bth January, 1930. Always remembered. In serted by his loving wife, danghter. son-in-law and grandchildren. EATON.—In loving memory of dad. passed away on the 6th January. 1933. Fond memory never fades. —Ever remembered by his sons. Harry and ELLIS—In loving memory of dear Gwen, who passed away on the Bth January. 1932. While you rest in restful sleep. Your memory we'll always keep. —Inserted by her loving parents, brothers, and sisters, and George. GREEN.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away at Gawler on Bth January, 1930. Loved in life, treasured in death, A beautiful memory ls all we bave left. —Ever remembered by his loving wife. A. L. Green and family. GRANT.—In loving memoiy of onr dear Jean, who passed away on the Bth Janu ary. 1933. Flowers may wither, leaves may full. Gut love and memory outlast them ?ti —Inserted oy mum. dad, Vina, Val, Rob. GRANT.—In loving memory of our dear Jean, who passed away on the Bth January, 1933 What happy days we once enjoyed. How sweet the memory still; But you have left a vacant place. This world will never flu. —Inserted by her loving sister-in-law and brother-in-law. Helolse and Ray. HAIRE—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 7th January. 1934. Not Just today, but every day. In silence we remember. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in law, Leo. Ivy and grandsons. JOHNSON.—In loving memoiy df our dear sister Ethel May, entered into rest on Bth January. 1934.—Inserted by her sisters. Alice Paddick and Marion Cassie. and brother. Norman Cassie. KENNEDY.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who was called home on the Sth January. 1328. at Strathaibyn. —Lovingly remembered by Ida. Jessie, and Jean. KERLEY.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the Bth January, 1933. Thoughts return to days gone past. Years roll on. but memory lasts. : —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law. Fred and Floirie. and grandson. Ray. MORGAN.—In cherished memory of our darling (Mabel), passed on. Bth January 1933. "Tis not the tears shed at the time That tell cf the hearts that are torn. —Sadly missed by Mum and Dad. MORGAN.—In memory of our dear sister (Mabel), who left us two years ago. Her life a beautiful memory. Her absence a silent sorrow. —Lovingly inserted by Eunice and HaL MORGAN.—In loving memory of our dearly-beloved granddaughter, Mabel, passed away in 1933.—Inserted by loving grand parents, T. and E. Morgan, aunties and uncles. McINTYRE.—In loving memory of John Terence, our dear husband and father, who passed away on the Bth January, 1929.—Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. PHILLIPS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the Bth January. 1928. Ever remembered.—ln serted by bis loving wife and family.
IN MEMORIAM POTTER.—In loving memory of dear Stan, who died Sth January, 1925. Ten long years of deepest sorrow, FiUed with bitter grief and pain: Always wishing, always longing. For our loved one back again. —Ever remembered by Marjorie and mother. SCHULZ In loving memory of Erwin. who passed away on tbe Bth January. 1930. Loving memory never dies. As years roll on and days go by. —Inserted by May and Dave. SCHULZ.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Erwin. who passed away on the Bth January. 193 D. With tender love and deep regret. We who loved you. never forget. —Inserted by his loving mother, father brothers and sister. SCHULZ.—In memory of my pal. Erwin. who passed away on the Bth January. 1930. Time changes many things. But memory, like the ivy. clings. —Inserted by his pal. Reg. SMITH.—In loving memory of my dear hus band, who passed away on the Btb January, 1931. I think of you in silence. Vie, With grief that ls deep and true. There is always that sad longing. Could I only rpeak to you. —Inserted by his loving wife, Emily.