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" BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS _nilo—ncements under tills heading must be authenticated by the name and address of tbe sender, and are Inserted at a c_arge of Two Shi—lngs and Six pence each when not exceeding five lines: over five lines. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements In which a Funeral Announce—lent is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements namely:—The mini mum 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 11 they were dis tinct and separate announcements Engagements and Approaching Marriage and Marriage Notices require the signa ture ol both parties concerne—. BIRTHS BRANDEN (nee Eviyn WlUcox).—On the 16th January, at Rose Park Private Hos pitai. to Mr. end Mrs. Bran—cn —a son. (Both veil.) CAWRSE (nee Greta Biaks). —On the 6th January, at Dr. Dawes's Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A- Cawrse. Ber_ield —a 6on (stillborn). Spe _*_l thanks to Drs. Dawes. Brian Swift. Sisters Sutron and st—2. CRACKNELL (Iris Parsons).—On the 16th January at Kearns road, Warradale, to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cracknell—a son. FRANCE. —On the 14th January, at the Turncy Bay hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Cyril France —a son. FERRIS. —On the 12th January, at "Bel Espoir," Young street. North Unley, to Mr and Mrs. J. Ferris —twin daughters (one stillborn). Thanking Dr. Pryor, matron, and staff. HIGGIKSON.—On the 18th January, at Orroroo hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. EL —. Hlgg—_—n, of Walloway—a son. Both well. HARRISON. —On the 12th December, to Mrs. and Mr. B. Harrison—a son (Ralph). KEN—A___.—On the l_t_ January, at Memorial Hospital. North Adelaide, to the wife ol C. L. Keneally. of Waymouth avenue. Gl—ndore West—a daughter. Thanking Dr. J. O'Brien and hospital ? staff. McPHARLIN.—On the 10th January, at the Memorial Hospital to Mr. and. Mrs. J. J. McPharlin, of North Adelaide —a son. Thanking Dr. L. L. Davey, matron, and staff. PHILLIPS (nee Beat Magor).—On the 16th January, at Nurse Win i__is's private hospital, Kadina. to Mr. and Mrs. —. C- Phlllips—a son. REED.—On the 14th January, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Reed. St. Mary's—a daughter (Valda June). Than— , Ing Drs. Turner and Dawson, and hospi tal staff. SHORROCK (nee Lola Bennett).—On the 17th January, at Miss- Walsh's private hospital, Rose Park, to the wife of Frank Shorrock—a daughter (Malpas). TUCKER (nee Phi—_- George).—On the 18th January, at the Woodslde Hospital, to the wife of Hylo Tucker, of Mount Bryan—a daughter (Valmal). Lived eight hours. Special thanks to Dr. Hamp, Matron Bower., and Staff. TYLER.—On the 24th December. 1932. at Port Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Tyler —a son (Verdun William Neil). MARRIAGE DAVIDSON—KIKBY.—On the 12th No vember, at Toorafc —tetbourne. Margaret, second daughter of Mrs. Barnett. of Sprtngvale. Victoria, to Richard W. ELlrby. third son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Klrby, Bndgewater. South Australia. Present address. Tail?—i Bend. SILVER WEDDING WRIGHT—SCHUNKE.—On the 22nd January. 1908. at St Bartholomew's. Ada, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. C. Schunke. ot Cardwell street. Adelaide to Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wright, of Mo—lden street. Norwood. Present ad dress. 24. Gurr's road. Bculah Park. APPROACHING MARRIAGES CROUCH—ANDERSON.— The marriage of Vera 1., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H J. Crouch, of Mount Barker, to Ivan J., youngest son of Mrs. and the late John Anderson, of AUenby Gardens (for merly of Goodwood Park), will be esoienin Ised In Maughan Church. Ade laide, on Saturday. 23:_ January, at 7_o p.m. Relatives and friends cordially in vited to ceremcov. No reception. HUSER—BARNES.—The marriage of Anna, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hu?er, of Evasda'.e. to Lionel, youngest ton of Mr. and Mrs. E. Barnes, of MLe —nd, will be solemnised at the Grot; street Church of Christ on Tuesday, 31=t January, at 7.45 p.m. PHILLIPS—HUMPHREYS.—The marriage of Constance W. A., second daughter of Mrs. E. M. Phillips, of 31 High street. Kensington and the late George Phillips. to Lindsay G. second son of Mr. and Mrs A. R. Humphreys, of 76. Bridge street Kensington will be solemnised at Wesley Church Norwood, on Saturday, the 28th January at 7.30 pm. No reception. STANIFORD—RICE.—The marriage of - : Miirior:. . :_er daughter of Mr. and Mrs G S-p.-t:c-d. Mag:::, to James, second son , -f l!r-, and The late Mr. T. F. Rice, of ? M:le-Enri. will be solemnised at St. I?_a:ius' Church. Norwood, on Monday. the 30:h January, at 9 a.m. ENGAGEMENTS CLANCY—MARSHALL.— The engagement ' is annouc-ed of Mai-iie I. third daughter ' of Mrs. I. Morrison, of Port Adelaide, and the late T. H. Clancv. Mitcham. to George < C only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mar- ? shall, of Sefton Park. f MARSH—GIANAKOS.—^The engagemrnt 1 is anccu-ced of Mtllicent P.. eldest i : daughter of Mr. end Mr-i. A. Mar?h. oi l Price. V.P.. tc Peter N.. eldest son ol Mrs. j, and the '.ale Mr. N. P. G:ar,akos. of Atben? I . Greece. ; < MrLAUGHLIV—HITTOX.-The encage- ! ' cnent Is announced of Helen, dries'. I dauehter of Mr ar.d Mrs. A. McLaushlin. ! i of Murray Bridge, to Colin Walter, second j_ son of Mrs. and late Mr. W. w. Hutton. ! ol 7, Church terrace. Wal_ervl_e. ' i
ENGAGEMENTS OXLADE-USHER -The engagement is announced of Lorna only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W Oxlde, of Cheltenham, also the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Page, late of Price, to Arthur, eldest son of Mr. FW. Usher, of Semaphore. STRINGER—BENNIER.—The engagement is announced of Margaret C, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. R. A. Stringer, Port Broughton. to Harold E., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bennier, Port Broughton. DEATHS AMBER (nee Gentleman).—On the 13—l January, at Wellington, New Zealand, Winnie E. M.. beloved wife of Spencer Amber and dear mother of Aileen and Anne, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beck, of Largs Bay, age 31 years. A patient sufferer at rest. CLUTTERBUCK.—On the 20th January, at her late residence. Torrens road, Frank lin. Annie Maria, relict of John Wheeler Clutterbuck. Peace, perfect peace. CUMMINS.—On the 18th January, at St. John of God's Hospital, Western Austra- lia, May, the beloved wife of James H. Cummins. of Merredin. DODD.—On the 25th December. 1932. George, -early loved husband of Ethel and father ot Edna and Geoffrey. 20. Augusta street. Glenelg. Some day we'll understand. GOODE.—On the 19th January, at Belie Vue place. Unley Park. Samuel Henry (Harry) Goode. in his 78th year. GEACH.—On the 17th January, Mabel ; May, -early beloved wife of Harry Geacb. - and dearly beloved only daughter of Mr. r and Mrs. William Tew, of Queenstown. ' Our loss, heaven's gain. HOCKEY.—At Highbury, Henry, the dearly loved and only brother of Mrs W. Churchett, Houghton. 1 HOPKINS.—On the 7th January, at her ? residence. Clifton street, Cheltenham. . Charlotte, widow of James Robert Hopkins. - of Port Pirie, and dearly loved mother of - Jim. Fred. Lea (Frank, deceased. A.—F-). Arch, and Lottie (Mrs. Geo. Howard). White's Flat. Port Lincoln), and TUlle _ (deceased). Peace, perfect peace. LINKLATER.—On tbe 20th January, at - Semaphore, Is—belle Lin—later, of "Strath aird," Military road. Semaphore. At rest. c NOLAN.—On the 15th January. Michael ? Peter Nolan, at Montlcello, D_;j_.). (By ; cable.) PENDER.—On the 19th January, at his residence Toung street. Seacllff Basil Pen -3 der. aged 77 years. SMITH.—On the 20th January, at pri vate hospital. North Adelaide. Annie K_th _ leen. -early beloved wife of John Fran i cis Smith, of Belton. aged 42 years. Bequiescat in pace. 1 SMITH.—On the 20th January, at prl -3 vate hospital. North Adelaide, Annie Kath _ leen Smith, dearly loved sister and sls , ter-ln-law of Mrs. and Senator M. B. O'Hallora—. aged 42 years. Requlescat in t pact THURSTON.—On the I8th January, at Bumbunga. Harriet, relict of Charles Thurston, and loving mother of William, Louisa, Charles, Edith, George, Zenobia. aged 90 years. Peacefully sleeping. ? FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 12. l HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR 1 CRETTEN-DENV—A tribute of love and remembrance of dear _es, late sth Plo . neers. A.I.F. who passed away at his home "Harefield." Blyth, on the 21st ? January. 1932. ; He shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary him, nor the years ? condemn. 2 At the goln _ down of the sun and in tbe morning I will still remember him. , —Sadly missed by his wife. IN MEMORIAM BROOK.—In loving memory of my dear hufband and father, who passed away on the 21st January. 1932. Sadly missed. l —Inserted by loving wife and daughter _ and eon-lil-law. Flo and Fred. ' BROOK.—in loving memory of our father and trrandpa. who fell asleep 21st _ January. 1932. Resting.—inserted by ~ Ruby and famay. t BROOK.—In loving n emory of our dear t father, who passed away on the 21st ? January. _)32. C—lm and peaceful dad Is sleeping. , Sweetest rest has followed pain; ?We who loved him sadly miss hlm, But trust ; n God to meet again. —Ever remembered by his lovlnc eon and _aug_ter-ln-law. Bert and Maud. BROWN.—In loving memory of my dear ? father, who passed away at Toronto street, ' Orlng-am. on the 22nd January. 1911. ? —Ever remembered by his loving _aughter ? Edle and R. O. Dreghorn. BURNS.—In loving memory of Rose. who passed away on the 22nd January. 1931. Ever remembered.—lnserted by ber 1 loving husband and son Dudley. ' BAXTER.—In lovins memory of our . dear wife and mother, who passed away on 22nd January. 1932 ;To think we could cot say good-bye. Will always bring regret. These who loved you dearly Are the ones who cannot forget. i —Inserted by her loving husband and . children. BURFITT.— In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away at Kirkcaldy on the 21st January, 1930. Loved by all. —Inserted by her loving husband, son, and daughter-in-law, and grandsons. BISHOP.—In loving memory of our dear ; friend Carrie, who passed away on the 22nd January. 1931. You live with us In memory stllL Not just today, but always will. —Inserted by her pale. Val and Queenie- BISHOP In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on the 22nd January. 1931. Two years have passed away. Your face I cannot see: i But let this little token tell I still remember thee. —Inserted by her loving husband. , BISHOP.—In loving memory of mv dear friend Carrie who pa_ssed away on the 22nd January. 1931. ; ?l beautiful memory Ilveth i Of a sweet unselfish life. \ —Inserted by ncr friend Flo j CRITTENDEN.—In loving memory of 1 ce^r Les. passed away on the 21st January. 1932 l late A.1.F.). God saw the road was rough t The hill too hard to climb: ? He gently closed his weary eyes * And whispered peace be thine. —Every remembered by dad and mum. . Kadina. 1 CHANDLER.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who died on the 21st - January. 1929. sorrows that are never t snoken are the deepest griefs to bear.— Inserted by his lovine wife and sterj- J children. l c CHANDLER.—In lovin, memorr of Em.. I who nr.ssed awnv 21-t January. 1929. Ever ! remembered —Tnser'ed by bis lovin. j furrier broiler, and sister-in-law. Claude j Fan and children. I COOKE.—In lovin . memory of our dear 5 ! bro-.b^r-'n-law. who died on 21st Janu- I ary. 1916. Ever remembered.—lnserted by his lovin? sister-—l-'.aw. brother-'.n- - 'lax. Mabel and Will Mayman. Semaphore, t
IN MEMORIAM COOKE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died as result of motor acci dent. 21st January. 1916. Dearly loved and sadly missed. —Inserted by his loving children. Maggie, Amy, and George, daughter-in-law. May. and grandsons Reg and Allan. COLEMAN.—In loving memory of our dear little daughter and niece, Barbara, who passed away on the 21st January, 1930, aged 3 years. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. —Ever remembered by father, mother. Darcy, Connie, George. Peter, and Auntie Annie. CURTIN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 22nd January. I92S.—lnserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law. Em and Nora-. CURTIN.—ln loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on 22nd Janu ary, 1926. Ever remembered by her loving sons and daughters-in-law. Max. Reg, Winnie, Cliff, and Grace. CURTIN In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 22nd January, 1926.—Ever remembered by her daughter Rita. CHEEK.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died at St. Peters on the 21st January, 1917.—Always remembered by Ada and Beat. CURYER. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at James town. 21st January. 1922. Dearer to memory than words can ten. Is the mother we lost and loved so well. —Ever remembered by her loving daugh ters. Thursa and Martha, Broken Hill and Jamestown. DRAPER.—In memory of Paulina, eldest daughter of John and Ruby Draper, who passed away on the 15th January, IS2B. Only a little flower we longed to rear. Only a life to love while she was here. Only a sweet little baby now laid to rest. Small, but how dear to us God knows best. DUTTON.—In loving memory of our dear daughter R:se, who passed away on the 21st January, 1929. Four years have passed away today. Your face we cannot see. But let this little token tell We still remember thee. —Inserted by loving mother and family. EVANS.—In loving memory of my dear son Boy. who died on the 22nd January, 1923. Although your voice Is silent, And your smile we see no more. In our hearts your memory lingers. i Just as dearly as of yore. —Inserted by h_t loving mother. FURNER. JB. S.—ln loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died on 21st January. 1931. Upright and Just in all his ways. A good life came to a sad end. We who loved him sadly miss him. Thoughts of him are ever dear; Loved end remembered, longed for always. As it dawns yet another year. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. FRASER- —In loving memory of our dar ling mother, who passed away on the 22nd January. 1923. at Whyalla. Often there comes before us Your dear face, fond and true; - Can you wonder our hearts are aching i And longing, dear mother, for you? —Inserted by her loving daughters. Nell ;' and Jean. t GOLDFINCH.—In loving memory of my dear s_tcr Suse. who passed awa- on ? 21st January 1927. Ever remembered.— ' Inserted by her loving sister Doss. i. GOLDFINCH (nee Newcombe).—ln loving memory of my dear sister Suse. '?', who passed away 2lst January. 1927. We have lost but heaven has gained. One of the best the world contained. —Inserted by her loving sister Eve. 1 GOLDFINCH.—In loving remembrance of . my dear wife and mother, who died at ? the Memorial Hospital on the 21st Janu ary, 1927.—Inserted by her loving hus _ band Charles and baby Joyce. GOLDFINCH (nee Newcombe).—ln fond and loving memory of our dear daughter. ' Suse who passed away on 21st January. '. 1927." Nothing but memories as I Journey on. Longing always for one who has gone; Often thinking with sad regret. Whilst I remember, others fcrget. - —Inserted by her loving parents. Black wood. GOLDFINCH (nee Newcombe).—ln lov- I Ing memory of my dear sister, Suse, who i passed away on 21st January. 1927.—Ever . remembered by her loving sister. Myrtle. - GD3BS. —In loving memory of my dear t mother, who passed away on tbe 21st January. 1931. Ever remembered. —Inserted , by Prank, Vera, end Gra__m. GIBBS.—in loving memory of mother. - who departed this life on the 21st Janu ary, 1931. At rest. —Ever remembered by her loving daughter and family. : HARRIS. —In loving memory of mother. . who passed away on 21st January. 1932: also dad. 21st January. 1924. "God's greatest gift, remembrance" —Insertc- by ?TllfT. Laura, and Laurel. " HARRIS.—In loving memory of my dear f mother, who passed away at Mile-End on . the 21st January. 1932. You live with us in memory still; _ Not Just today, but always wilL —Sadly missed by her lovinc daughter. t Ethel. HARRIS.—In loving memory of our , dear little daughter and sister, Dorothy Fay (Dot), who passed away on the 22nd ? January, 1932. aged 3 years S months. 7 Short was our little Dorothy's stay. She came just as a loan. Just tasted life, then flew away. 3 To her etemftl home. " —For ever lovingly remembered by her mother, father, and 6isters. Una and - Shirley. Red—_l_ HOLMES.—In loving remembrance ot our - dear husband and daddy, who was acci " dentally killed on the 22nd January. 1927. —Inserted by Rita and Murray. HOOKER.—In loving memory of our - dear mother, who passed away on the - 22nd January. 1932. Today recalls sad memories 1 Ole loved one gone to rest; For the ones that think of you today - Are the ones that loved you best. 5 —Inserted by her loving daughter, son in-law. and grandson. Mabel. Vivian, and Malcolm. HOOKER.—In levins memory of our . dear mother, who passed —way on the . 22nd January. 1932. As we loved you so we miss you. Thoughts of you are ever dear; I Loved, remembered, longed for always. As it dawns another year. 5 —Inserted by her lcvlne daughter and t son-in-law, Dora and Jack. HARL—T.—In loving memory of our dear ' father, who passed away 21st January, 1932. —Inserted by his wife and family. HILL.—In loving memory of mother, > who passed away on tbe 21st January. 1931. Dearest ol memories linger still.— Inserted by her loving daughter, son-in law. Edith. Arthur. Olive. All, Jess. ISAAC.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on , the 21st January. 1928. 1 _unvhlne passes, shadows fail. Loving memories outlast all. ' —Ever remembered by bis loving wife, daughter, son (L—ur_l, Ray). I KHJLOW.—In loving memory of dear ; little Bonda. peacefully laid to rest on ' 22nd January. 1932. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. . —inserted by her father and mother. KEHOE-—ln loving memory of our dear husband and father. John, who died on the 21st January. 1929. Calm and peaceful dad Is sleeping. Sweetest rest has followed pain, I We.who love him, sadly miss fri—i, But trust in G-cd to meet again. —Ever remembered by his loving wife and " family and graridch _____. " LUCK.—in loving memory of our dear r wife and mother, and grandmother, who passed away at Enfield, 21st January. 1932. ? Long days and nights ehe bore her pain, . To wait a cure was all In vain: r But God alone. Who thought it best. Did ease her pain and give her rest. - —Inserted by her loving husband, son. . daughter-in-law. and grandsons. LODGE.—-In loving memory of my dear daughter-in-law. who passed away on 21st January. 1931. God' 6 greatest gift, re membrance.—Ever remembered by ber mother-in-law, L. Lodge. LODGE—Iii loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on 2lst f January. 1931. } Loved and remembered the same today. As in the hour you passed away. —Inserted by her loving husband and . children. Mypolonga. LODGE—In loving memory of our dear sist„--ln-law. who passed away on ? 21st January. 1931. Loving memories linger still. Not just now. but always will | —Ever remembered by Fred and Myrtle . LEOPOLD.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed ' away on the 21st January. 1929 ' There is no death to the love that lives, i Or the faith that stands serene: i He is waiting for us. the ones He loved. ' There Is only a door between ( —Ever remembered by his loving wife . and children. Gawler; and Myrtle. India. ' LOFFLER.—In ever-loving memory of our darling daughter and sister. Lyla * Laurel, who Is gone before us on the i 21st January. 1920, at Eenmark.—lnserted c by her loving father. mother, brotner Lionel, and sisters Valda and Mona Lot- ' fier. Brighton. _ —EL'E.—ln :or:ng memory of our dear v _io:her. who passed away on 21st Janu- S ary, 1932. , Sleep on. dear mother, your troubles are o'er. C Your hands will toll no more. t In silence you suffered Till God called you home to suffer no c more. _ —Inserted by your loving son and daugh- - ter-in-iaw. Albert and Maud. " McDOUGALL.—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away at St. Peters i on the 22nd January. 1915. c You live with us in memory still. Not Ju=t today but always will. c —Remembered by his iovt-g daughter Ann. 1 McDOS'ALD.—In loving memorr of our c dear sister. Alma, who O—ssed away on - 21*t January. 1931. * Deep in our hearts there's a memory. £ Of one we shall never forget , —Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law. Doll and George. C
IN MEMORIAM McDON'AI.D. —In memory of my dear sister. A.ma. who passed away at Port Wakefield on the 21st January. 1931. Ever
remembered and sadly missed by Bella. KOSSE.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Bert, who passed away on the 21st January, 1932. His cheery ways and happy smile Are pleasant to recall; He had a kindly word for each. And died loved by all. —Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and brothers. NEWMAN.—In loving memory of my dear brother. John William Newman, who passed away on the 21st January.—ln serted by his sister. Charlotte Short. O'DONNELL. —In loving memory or our dear dad, died on the 21st January. 1923. Just a memory fond and true. To show, dear dad, we think of you. —Inserted by Lizzie, Henry, Eddie. OSBORNE- —In loving memory of my dear husband. Claude, who passed away on the 21st January, 1928. Ever remem bered.—lnserted by his loving wife and children. PHILLIPS.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Esther Jane Phil lips, who died at Hyde Park on the 23rd January. 1932. Loved by all.—lnserted by her loving husband and family. SMART. —In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 22nd January, 1929. God's greatest gift, remembrance. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law. Bob. Ida and granddaughter Mu riel. SICKER.DICK.—In sad but loving mem ory of my dearly loved niece Nlta Con stance, who passed away on the 20th Janu ary, 1932.—With sweetest memories and ever remembered by her Aunt Lena. TOMLINSON.— _n loving memory ot my dearly loved wife, who passed into rest on the 21st January, 1932. Loved and remembered the same today As in tbe hour you passed away. —Inserted by her loving husband. Charlie.
TODD-—ln loving memory of our bro ther and TJncle Jack, who passed away on the 20th January, ___. Sorrows that are never spoken Are the deepest griefs to bear. —Inserted by brother and sister-in-law and nephews, George, Nellie. Doug Ted and Jack. VIVIAN.—In lovins memory or _. dear mother, who died 22nd J-nuary, 1932.— Inserted by her loving son Edward. V ANSON.—In loving memory of my dear son, Clarence Boy, who passed away on the 21st January. 1930.—Ever re_—lnbered Sy his loving mother. VANSON.—In loving memory or my dear brother. Clarence Boy. who passed away on the 21_t January. 1930.—Inserted by his loving sister, Lily, end brother-in law, Lance. WOOD (nee Williams).—In sad, loving memory of our dear daughter, sister, and mother who passed away at —_vington. on the 22nd January, 1922. Eleven sad. lonely years have passed. Sweet memory clings around your name; The hearts that held you In affection Still —old you In death just the same. —Inserted by her loving lather, mother, brother Alf and son Be—. WALLACE.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Charles Doug las, who passed away on the 22nd Janu ary, 1931. At rest.—Ever remembered by his loving wife. Maude, sons and daugh ter. Semaphore. WllX———S.—ln lov—i_ memory of my dear father, who passed away on 21st January. 1926. You live -with me in memory still, Not only today, but always will. —Inserted by his loviii_ son £?ve_.ird. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of Her bert Joseph Williams, died on the 21st January. I92fi.—Ever remembered by his loving wife. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory or our dear father, who passed away on the 21st January. 1926.—Ever remembered by his daughter Gladys. WI__IAMS (nee _tanger_e:_..—ln loving memory of Maud, who fell asleep 21st January. 1932. at Plnnaroo. "Marvel not. for tbe hour Is coming in which all that are in the graves sha'j bear Bis voice and sha:i come foith, salth the Lord."—lnserted by J and A. Thoday. YOUNG.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away 21st January. 1924.—Inserted by her ever-loving hus band, Tom. YOUNG.—In memory of C:m_s. leving daughter-in-law of Mrs. Nellie Young. Your memory is as dear today As in the hour you were taken away.
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