BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS* Announcements under this beading mus: oe authenticated by the name and address cf the sender, and are Inserted at a ch.irge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each irhen not exceeding five lines; over five lines. Sixcence per lin?. Death Advertisements In which a :-*uneraj an the Death and Funeral were separate an charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memorlam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than oz^e deceased ?re charged 2/6 each ror each deceased mentioned, as it they were distinct and sspaxats announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages anrt Marriage Notices require the signature ot both parties concerned. BIRTHS ABBOTT. —On the 21st Jum\ at Fctone Nursing Home. King's Park, to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Abbott, of Clarence Park—a dajsliter ? Elwyne Dawn). Special thanks to S:s'.cr Campbell. EDWARDS. —On the I9th Juni>. at ??Tor quay." Unley to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Edi'ards a dauchter' Uunci. Both well. FRANCIS (nee Berriman). —On the 29th June, at V.'akencld Street Pnvai- Hospital, to the wife of L. B. Francis —a daughter. CUES On the 25T11 June, at L?stcm Hof pital Harrow road. St. Peters, to the v.ite of T. R. Giles— a sf>n. j HAMMOND. —On the 29th June, at the Gleii€'J Prirate Hospital, ti Mr. and MrF. A. \V. Hammond. o£ KclmwlaH!—a dans;hier. McEWEN. —On the 29th June at the Unley Private Hospital. lr> Mr. an<l Mrs. H. R. McEircn. Black Prrr.it- c.mrlKrr iS:izr.bc;ii Cleland^. Xo visitors for srvrn rayr-. MITCHELL (nee Louise Seekamp). —On the 19th June, in Melbourne to the wile oi L T Mitchell—a son.
BIRTHS RITCH (nee Jean Savage). —On the 23rd June, at "Sinus." Alberton, to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ritch. of Albert Park—a daughter 'Pamela Rose). Eoth well. Special thank to Dr. Cherry, Sister Sliinn, and staff. WATERMAN. —On the 28th June, at St. John's Private Hospital, Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Waterman, of Prospect —a son (Peter John). MARRIAGES FARNDELL —WEST. —On the 2nd June, at Rosefleld Methodist Church, by the Rev. W. A. Dunn. Jessie Edith, second surviving dangh ter of Mrs. M. Farndell. of Stanley street. North Adelaide, and the late W. F. Farndell, to Howard William, eldest son of Mrs. E. A. West and the late Win. West, late of Eurra. Present address —Glossop, River Murray. GAVIN —DELANEY. —On the 6th June, at the Holy Cross Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. Father Russell, Thomas, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Thcmas Gavin, of Kilpeacle, fifth daughter of the late John and Mary be laney. of Rose terrace, Wayvillc. formerly of Ballansary. County Tipperary, Ireland. O'BRIEN —CORCORAN. —On the 16th June, at St. Ignatius' Church. Norwood, by the Rev. Father Wilfred Ryan. S.J.. Amelia Ellen, cldfst daughter of the late W. S. aad E. M. O'Brien, ot Sydenham road. Norwood, to Thomas, youngest son of Mr and Mrs. M. Corcoran, of" Nelson street. St. Peters, late of Hammond. SILVER WEDDINGS HAGE —CARPENTER. —On the 30th June IDO9. at Mur.il E.iy. by Rev. Walsh. In 2 Maria, youngest daughter of the late Mr. 2nd Mrs. C. Hage. of Grecnock. to William Henry, eldest son of Mrs. A. and the late Mr. Car penter, of Jamestown Uate Tarcowie). Pre sent address^ —Wynarka. ROSE —SPRY. —On the 30th June, 1909, at the East Mooma South Methodist ChurcS .)??sic Mar. r!,:-si daughter of Hip late Mr. and Mrs. R. Rose. ;o Andrev.-. seventh son of the Hey. A.' H. M'el'iiourne officiating. GOLDEN WEDDING PARKER— (Mayne) REID. —On the 1st July IEB4. i'.t F:r:c s:rec;. Adf'.aidc. by the Rev. w H'::i:cr. r,rai.ima. ?>n of Mr nnd \;r- W. P.-.rktr. Vienna, to Marx- Clark. <iaush;"r n< W::::oai Rf;ii. Girdon. SA PreKT.t ad drc.-:.. .lr.;':'.s P::i:nE. S.A. APPROACHING MARRIAGES RICHARSS —GONSAL. —The marriage of RlcjiiirdF. of MaJvrrn. to' After; "eldr'st 'son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gossal. of Edv.ards :avn. will be solemnised at Malvm Methodist Church on Saturday, Tlh July, at 7.15 p.m.
APPROACHING MARRIAGES SMITH —BOWLES. —The marriage of Molly, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith, of Oakbank. to Harold, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bowles, of Bridgewater. will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on July 4, at 7 p.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. WARREN —DUNN. —The marriage of Doreen, eldest daughter of Mr. snd Mrs. F. E. H. Warren, 32 Leicester street, Parhside. to Robert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. L. Dunn. 157 Park terrace. Wayvllle, will be solemnised at St. Augustine's Church, Unley. on Saturday, 7th July, at 7 p.m. Reception Masonic Hall, Castle street, Parkside. ENGAGEMENTS CLEGG —GRIFFITHS. —The engagement is announced of Daphne S. Clegg, second daugh ter of Mr and Mrs. Hubert Clcgg. Joslin, to Kenny C. Griffiths, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Griffiths, Belair. GOSLING —ROBERTSON. —The engagement is announced of Catherine, youngest daughter of Mrs. C. Meredith and the late Mr. R. Gosling, of 35 Grey terrace. Bosewater, to Herbert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. U. Robertson, of Coppin street. Semaphore. HOWAT—GOGLER. –The engagement is announced of Jean S., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Howat, Glen Osmond road. Fullarton. to Clarence L.. second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gogler. Broken Hill. KELLY EYRE. —The engagement is an- nounced of Kathleen M., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kelly, Pinnaroo. to Frank S., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. S. Eyre, Kapunda. MALONE —ACKLAND. —The engagement is announced of Ethel (BUlie) Malone, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Malone. of 48a Frederick street, Maylands. to Ray. the only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ackland. of 60 Edward street. Norwood. MAGGS —POYNTER. —The engagement os announced of Phyllis only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Magjrs. of 7 Hindmarsh avenue, to Richard, third son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Poynter. of Eton road. Semaphore. MEDLIN —DEW. —The engagement is an- nounced of Thelma Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Medlin. of Clarence Park, to Colin James, second son of Mr. and Mrs H. Dew. of Colonel Light Gardens. MORTIMER —WILSON. —The engagement Is announced of Eunice, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Mortimer, of Main North road. Enficld. to Stewart, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson, of Abattoirs. MUNDY —BREWSTER. —The engagement is announced of Mary Margaret, second daugh ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. w. J. Mundy. of Quorn. io George Henry, eldest son of Mr. aad late Mrs. J. G. Brewster. of Quorn. O'MALLEY —AYRES. —The engagement is announced of Jean, vouncest daught?r of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ollalley. of Ch-irleston. to James, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Ayres. Bairnsdale. Victoria. PHILLIPS —HARRADINE. —The engagement ;s announced of L^ila. second duuphter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips, of Nailsworth. to Frede rick A., second son nf Mr. and Mrs. V. w. QUINN —HART. —The engagement is an- nounced of Phyllis M.. youngest c-.y-hUT o; Mr. and Mrs. M. Quinn. of Nor::i Crovdon. t.) Leonard J.. elcosi son oi V,r. ;.r.c Mrs. V ?J. Hnr;. of Prospect. QUINN —McCOMB. –The engagement is an- noi:ncod of Florence, Third dau£hu?r of the lotf Mrs. Quinn nnd Mr. Martin F. Quinn of Merb"in. Victoria, to Eric R. second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. McComb, of Nolan street Fran kit on, Victoria. :
ENGAGEMENTS SHREEVE —KLINGEBEL. —The engagement is announced of Dorric. oniy daugh'er of Mr. and Mrs. C. Shr.-eve. Kilbjrn. to P.^i. only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Klingebel. Protpect. SARE —COOMBE. —The engagement is announced of Dora L., younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sare, 15 Wellington street. Glandore, to Laurie A., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Coombe, 25 South road, Glandore. WILLIAMS —PEARSON. —The engagement is announced of Clarice Muriel, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. T. Williams, of Prospect, to Wilfred Stanley, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pearson, of Horsham, Victoria. DEATHS AUGUST. —On 28th June, Carl August, late of "Carnarvon Mansions," Wa-i^lieU street. City, dearly beloved husband cf the late Lena August, in his 83rd year. Hequisscnt in pace. BATT. —On the 27th of June (suddenly), at his residence. No. 31 Ritchie terrace. Gal- way Gardens, Charles, the dearly beloved father of Ethel, May, George. Percy, Bessie, Fred, and the late Charles and Arthur Batt, late with A. E. & F. Tolley. aged 73 years. COULTER. –On the 28th June, at 29 Olive street. Prospect (suddenly^. Uarga"t Annie, dearly beloved wife of William Coulter, and loving mother of Dorothy, aged 49 years. In God's care. CROSER. —On the 29th June. John (of Buckleboo station), the beloved eldest son of J. R. and A. M. Croser. of NormanviUe. aped 23 years. Result of accident. Sadly missed. GOODES. —On the 28th June, at her resi- dence, Hope Valley, Susan,dearly loved wife of George Goodes, aged 70 years. HALL. —On 27th June, Harold (Horace), dearly beloved husband of Evelyn Hall (nee Pett), only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hall and loving stepson of Mrs. C. Hall, and lov- ing brother of Phyllis (Sydney). Some day well understand. KIELY. —On 29th June, Anette Ella Johanna (nee Hankel). dearly beloved wife of D. P. Kiely, of 78 Military road, Semaphore, and loving mother of Bryan and Maureen. A patient sufferer at rest. KENNY. —On 28th June, at his residence, "Lisdoonvarna." Streaky Bay. Daniel Thomas Kenny, aged 84 years, leaving a sorrowing wife, three sons, and six daughters Requies cat in pace. LEITCH. —On the 29th of June, at Adelaide, Mary Lcitch. the beloved daughter of the late John and Janet Leitch. late of Hammond, and loving sister of Peter. Jane, a?!d Ji-u. aged 71 years. Resting. MITCHELL. —On the 27th June, at Eudunda Hospital. Charles Geoffrey. dearly beloved husband of Edith, and brother of Truda and Perc, late of Jamestown and Cherry Gar dens, aged 34 years. At rest. ROHDE. —On the 24th June, at Eudunda Hospital. Christiana Anna, beloved wife of the late C. H. Rohde. of Robertstown, aged 80 years. REID. —On the 22nd June, Mary Jane Reid, widow of the late Rev. Richardson Reid, in her 94t!i year. RIDLEY. —On 25th June, at the residence of his daughter (Mrs. W. McAdam, 576 Wil- liam street, Mount Lawley), passed peacefully away after a long and painful] illness, Frank Parnham Ridley, late of the Kalgoorlie "Miner," fond and loving father of Beatrice (Mrs. E. Williams I. Winifred (Mrs. W. McAllan), and Irene Ridley, aged 70 years. His remains were privately Interred in the Presbyterian Cemetery. Karraistt.t, on 2St5 June, by Messrs. c. H. Smith & Co., the fune ral service being conducted at the graveside by the Rev. C. D. P. Taylor. WADE. —On the 29th June, Audine Olive (Molly), beloved daughter of Walter and Olive Wade, aged 18 years. WAGENER. —On the 28th June, at the Adelaide Hospital, Norman, dearly loved fourth son of Fred and devoted little stepson of Beda Wagener. Avenue load. Frewville, aged 14 years. The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away. FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 9. HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR RICE. —In loving memory of Private D. W. Rice, 1506, 10th Battalion, killed in action at llerris on the 30th June. 1918.—Ever re membered by his loving brothers and sisters. SHUTTLEWORTH. —In loving memory of Anthony (Jock) Shuttleworth, who passed away on the Ist July. 1933. "God be with us till we meet again."—Ever remembered by his wife, Isabella, and sons. William and James. IN MEMORIAM BRACKENBIDGE. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the Ist July, 1931. Fondly remembered by her lov ing daughters, and sons-in-law, Olive snd Tom. Pearl and Dick, and Rita. BEAUCHAMP. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother, who passed away on the Ist July. 1930. Always thoughtful, true, and bind. A beautiful memory left behind. —Inserted by his loving father and family. BEAUCHAMP. —In loving memory of our dear husband and daddy, Regis.ild, who died result of accident. Ist July. 1930. So dearly loved.—lnserted by Vi. and Maxine. BEAUCHAMP. —In loving memory of Reg., who passed away (result of accident), Ist July, 1930. Thought.*; return of days long passed. Years roll on, but memories last. —Inserted by his mother, father-in-law. S's ters and brothers-in-law. BEAUCHAMP. —In loving memory of dor dear brother-in-law, Reg., who died 'result of accident), July Ist. 1930. Ever remembered by Cliff and Elm a, Rayford and Garth, Henley Beach. BROOMHALL. —Sacred to the memory of a loving daughter and sister, wbo passed away on 30th June. 1927. Not Just today, but every day. In silence we remember. —Inserted by mother, sister and brother. mother, who died at Adelaide on Ibe Ist July, 1932. To think we could not say good-b7C Will always bring regret; But those who love you dearly Are the ones that can't forget. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter?, son-in-law, grandchildren, and George. BtTTTFIELD.—In lo\-ing memory of our dear wife and mother <Deliai. ?hi died it Goodwood on 30th June. 1927. RJ.P. —In- serted by her loving husband, sons, and daughter. BURNS. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away 30th June 1929. Her smiling face, her loving ways. Will linger with us all our days. —Inserted by her loving husband and daugh- ter. Aileen. BURNS. —In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 30th June. 1929. Just a memory fond and true To show, dear mother, we think of yon. —Inserted by her loving daughters. N. Whitelaw, F. Ross. BAINES. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on 30th June 1926 —Inserted by her daughter, E. E. Wiltshire Commercial Bank, Unley. CHANNING, Robert George, who passed away on the 28th June. —Inserted by his lov ing wife, sisters and brothers. COAD. —In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and TJncle. Will who passed away at Carrington street on Ist July 1932. —Ever remembered by his sister-in-law and nephew. Ciss End Frank Angove. COAD. —In loving memory of my dear hus band (Will), who passed away at 224 Car rington street. Adelaide, on Ist July. 1932. You are not forgotten. Will. dear. Nor will you ever be. For when the world's against you. And troubles come your way; And all your friends desert you. To a husband you can turn. He who loves you best in all the world. Asks nothing in return. Not just today, but every day. In silence I remember. —Inserted by his loving wife, Eva. CONOLE. —In loving memory of Kathleen, who died 26th June, 1931. Fondly remembered. —Inserted by her loving sister, Nance, brother- in-law, Fred, and nieces, Dawn and Mar- garet. CUFF. —In loving memory of my brother Archy, who passed away on the Ist July, 1929. In silence we remember.—lnserted by his loving sister, Aggie. DANIELL. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on Mib June. 1933. at Brompton. Gone from us that smiling face. Those pleasant, cheerful ways: The heart that won so many friends In happy bygone days. —Ever remembered by her husband Perec, and sons Wilbur. Jim. and John. FIMERI. —In loving memory of my dear daughter and sister. Florence, who passed away on Ist July. 1931. The passing years will never change The thoughts of you so dear. —Inserted by her loving mother and brother. Arnold. GEIER. —In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on 30th June 1929. Loved in life, treasured in death. —Ever remembered by his loving son Henry, daughter Julia, and grandchildren. GEIER. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the 30th June, 1929. Sadly missed. —Inserted by loving wife and daughters. GRAHAXE. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 30th June, You are not forgotten, mother dear. Nor will you ever be. So long as life and memory lasts We will remember thee. —Inserted by her loving daughters. Phvl.. Ruby, and Gladys. GILLIES. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Hamley Bridge on the 30th June. 1926. "Ever remembered." —Inserted by her loving son, Bruce, daughter in-law. Alice, and granddaughter. Nancy. GILLIES. —In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away at Hamley Bridge on the 30th June, 1926. —Inserted by her loving husband, Dan. GREEN. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who died on the 30th June, 1932. DearrsT of memories linger yet. Too dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted by her loving son and daughters. Eric. Marjorie. Ethel. HAWES. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on 30th June. 1932. We know what it Is to be lonely. We Enow what St is to be sad; Since ?c have lost our darling mother. —Inserted by her loving husband, daughter, son-in-law. Maude. Norman, grandchildren Loraine. Colin, also Serena. HUNTER. —In loving memory of John Hunter, who died on the 30th June, JS33. Sadly missed.—lnserted by his daughter, HOOKINGS. —In lovins memory of my dear husbar.d. who passed :o a higher life" 30tb June, 193O. grief. Bdt another "leaf. **"" mcmortcs turns back KIESZLING. —In loving memory of our dear father arid "rundpa. who passed awar on tlie 1st July, 1933. Cairn and peacefully he is sleep?. Kot ilioj?c you loved vo'.i did your nt-^t And God viil give you eternal rc*t. —Insert **d by his lovinc son ;j nd cinu^'jiirr in-lav. Em and Elsie, and j:randchildr**n. KIESZLING. —end and nfiphbor. who passed fiwsy on Ist f +?? Ju]v. 1933.—Inserted by Tielz and Bercsfcrd family. j^:
IN MEMORIAM KIESZLING. —husband, who died on the Ist July. 1933 at St. Peters. Beautiful memories of one so dear, —Inserted by his loving wife. KING. —In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who departed this life on 30th June. 1932. Sweet are the memories that never lade.—lnserted by his LAMBERT. —In loving memory of Bruce, who died on 30th June, 1932; also Joy. died 3rd July, 1932. Resting where no shadows fall. In perfect peace, dear Bruce and Joy. await —Inserted by sorrowing father, mother. Jean and Don. LEAVES. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother, who passed away Ist July. 1930. Dearest of memories linger yet: Too dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted, by his loving mother, father, and brothers. LONGMIRE. —In loving memory of our dear husband, father, and grandfather, who passec away on the 30th June. 1932. Time passes on. but memory stays. —Inserted by his loving wife, sons. Leslie. Hcdley, Roy, Claude. Arthur. Harold. Ross daughters-in-law. Dorothy and Francis, and grandchildren. Betty and Lee. For other In Memoriam and Return Thanks Notices see Page 23
IN MEMORIAM MATS.—In loving m:mopr -if dear Annie, who died at North Adelaide. josh June, 1907. ?'Always remembered."—lnserted by her
mother, brothers, and sisters. muIEAN (nee Porter).—ln loving me- 1 xnory of our dear sister Maud, wbD passed j away on the 30th June, 1327. Lore holds you too dear to forget. —Inserted by her loving sisters, Fthcl and Vera. Victoria, and Daisc. Mitcbam. MORCOM. —A tribute or lore lo the —emory I of mother, who p&sseJ away on the 30tb I Jane. 1523. To live in hearts we lea re behind Is not to die. —Inserted by her loving daughters. Polly and Rose. NORMAN.—In lorlne memory of our d*ar husband and father. William James, who passed away suddenly at Adelaide on 30th June IS3L.—Remembered always by his lov ing wife and family. Tallem Bend. PAKKEE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on 30tb June, 1913. Sadly missed. —Inserted by his loving daughter and son in-law. Elsie and Harry HcEwen. TANNER. —In loving memory of onr dear husband and father, who passed away on 30th June. 1313. Ever remembered. —Inserted by his loving wife and daughter. Eileen and turich. PAETINGTON.— In loving memory or cur dear mother, who passed away 30th June. 1521. Tou were so loving and true. No mother on earth was dearer than yon. —Inserted by her loving daughters. Lily. Elva, Amy. PEEK. — In loving memory of Arthur, who passed away on 30th June, 1924. —Ever re- membered by his loving wife Emmie, and family. REEVE.—In loving memory of our dear friend who passed away on Ist July, 1932. Just a memory, fond end true. To show, dear friend, we think of yon. —Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Harris. reeve.—ln loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on Ist July. 1932. In the spirit world of silence. Can you feel our thoughts of you? Do you know that we are waiting. Waiting all the ages through? If we must endure the silence. Wait with faith till life is past. Will you meet us at the portals, mother. When we come to you at last? Inserted by her loving daughter and eon in-law. BISELV (Alice Mary).—ln loving memory of mother, who passed away on the Ist July. 1916. "Lest we forget."—lnserted by Hilda and Dos. SMITH. —To the memory of a loving mother, who passed away at tJnley on the 30th June. 1933. after much suffering. "She Is not dead—but slecpcth. Inserted by S. and N. Smith. Schoolhouse, Balaklava. SBMNERS. —In loving memory of my dear friend. Nurse Sumners. who died on lbs Ist July, 1932. As I loved you. so I miss you. Thoughts of you are ever dear. Loved, remembered, longed for always As It dawns another year. —Ever remembered by her loving friend, S. A- Burton, 10 Battams street, St. Peters. SUMNERS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the Ist July, 1932. We love to speak of you. dear mother. We love to hear your name. And bring yon in our dally talks For we love you just the same. And we love to hear you spoken of By those who loied you best. And like to think of all the things You used to do and say 'Tis a cluster of loving memories The fondest our hearts can frame. —Inserted by her loving sons, T. and B. Summers. STEVENS.—In sweet remembrance of our darling baby. Patricia Hillier, who passed away at Prospect on 30th June, 1330. "In God's care." —Inserted by her loving mother and father. TAYLOR <nee Fidoct). —In loving memory of our dear sister and auntie, "Win." Memories —Inserted by Lena. Will. Ken. and Don. THIELE—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on the 30th June. 1932. Resting where no shadows fall. In perfect peace he awaits us aU. —Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in law. L. and K. Lindner and family. TUNN.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away Just a year today. A tender chord of memory Is softly touched *odav —Inserted by his loving son and dauzbter-ln law. Perce and Violet, and srtudchlldren. 'iuhKTB A tribute of love and remem brance to our dear wife and mother Ellen, who died en Ist July. 1929. We never miss the sunshine until the shadows fall. —Inserted by her loving husband, Walter, and daughters. Clarice and Eunice, Cawler. WEBBER—In loving memory of Albert, who passed away on the 30th of Jane, 1933. — Ever remembered by his loving parents, sis ters, and brothers. WEBBER (Albert).—ln loving memory of Albert Webber, who died 30th June. 1933. "How constantly we miss you."—lnserted by brother Jack and family. WATXACE.—In loving memory of onr dear husband and father. Joseph, who passed away on 30th June. 1933. As we loved you. Dad. m we miss you. In our hearts you are always near; Still loved, longed for, and remembered. As It dawns the first sad Tear. —Inserted by bis loving wile, daughter*, ?nd i son*.
HJ MEMORIASI WALMSLEY. —In loving memory of cur dear fatber and grandpa, .t'jo passed away Ist July. 1933. Ever remtmcerrd --Inserted by his loving son Jim --^li caugater-m-Uw and grandchildren, J^n and i.Sj. WISSEVSSE.—In mm: .y ol our dear bro ther, Irani:, fctsiiy uj/artii at Jamestown, oa the 30th Juni. lii3S: zlzi cvz dear mother. o:ed on the 30t!i June. 2C3C. Their liie ci lose, so true and kind. What beautiful memories u> leave behind. —Inserted by Cfcrass, Kath., iaa. and littlo Gladys.