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Births, Marriages And Deaths Notices
Announcements under this heading must ot the sender, and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when noi exceeding flv<> lines: over five lines. Siv pence per Hne. Dsstb Advertisements in which a Funeral if the Death and Funeral were senaratf announcements, namely — The Minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. tainlng reference to more than one ceccaseo arc charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct anrf separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages an<s Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned BIRTHS BUKGAN i nee Effie SoDeyi.—On the sth of September, at Port Lincoln Hospital—a- son (Desmond Lincoln Jam;s). Both well BOVRSE. — On the 33M ol August, at Rowan Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bourne—a daughter (Christine Yvonnei. BAKR SMITH On the 7th of September. st Memorial Hospital, to the wife of T E Barr Smith, junior. Nairne —a daughter. BROWN. —On the 6th of September, at Les tern Private Hospital, St. Peters, to Dorothy, wife of D. V. Brown —a daughter (Beverley Anne). Both well. Thanks to Dr. R. Verco, Sister Berryman, and staff. &VMERON. —On the 6th of Snptembci. a; Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R Cameron of Crovdon Park--a son Special thanks to Dr. Matters. No visitors for 10 days. DAEBLER On the 2nd of September, at Maitland. to Mr und Mrs Dacbier—a son tVictor Francis). EHRKE 'n^e Gardiner I.—On the Bth of Se D - E. O. Ebrkc. Knoxville—a daughter. Bo:h well. No visitors six cays. Special thanks to Dr. Tnnll. Sister Paice and staff. FEBGI'SOX.—On the 6th of September, at St. John's Hospital, prospect, 'a ihr wi.'f o; C G Ferguson ol Farrant street. Prospect— ? daughter Ucanette Ivyi Special thanks to Dr. West and nursing staff KUCHEXMEISTER. —On the Mth ol August. to the wife ol H Kuchcnmeister. of Ciarence Park—a daughter (Barbara Agncsi LIGHTFOOT.- —On the 16th ol August, at Tumby Bay Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs Reg Lightfoot—a daughter Uoan Maryi McCABE.—At Glenels Private HasouaL to Mi. aci Mrs. T. F. McCabe—a son Bath well No visitors for seven days. TIEMAN (nee Esma Heddle—On the 1st of September. at Queanbeyan. to Mr and Mrs. M. Tieman— a daughter. THTER.—On the 7th of September, at Hutt street Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs Don Thyer, of Reade Park Gardens—a daughter (A.idine Kayi. VIASfT.—On the 7th t>! September, at Glenelg Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Viant of Plvmpton—a daughter. Special Ihanks to Dr. stoddart and nursing staff WALKER (nee Lukeyi.—On the 26th ol /ugutt. at Bctfccsda Private Hospital. Rich mond. Victoria to the wife of Dominic walker —a son (John Daminici Both well. ZWAR (nee A. Schliebsi.—On the Ist o: September, at Ancaston District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Zaar. of Stonefield— a- daughter Both well. MARRIAGES O'LOI'GBLIX —BOOMEK. —On the 3rd of September at St. Francis Xavicrs. Wakefleid street Patrick second sou of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. O'Loughlm. of Kapunda. to Melba. second daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Boomer Mount Barker Junction. SCHI'LZ —ALM. —On the sth of September, at St Augustine's Church. Port Augusta, by Rev Canon Robinson. the marriage of Dorothy eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Aim. of Jlagill, to Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Schulz. of Vorketown. GOLDEN WEDDING McDO.VALD —GALE. —On the 1318 of Seotpm ber. 1888. at Red Hill, by the late Rev. Henry Hartley Laura Kate Gale, second daughter or the late Enoch and Sarah Gale, ot Red HW. to Thomas McDonald, fourth son of the late Charles McDonald, of Roseworthy. At home. Willow Bend, cobdogla. 11th September. SILVER WEDDINGS PBOSSEB —BAHTLETT. —On the 9th of September. 1913. at the Presbyterian Church. Winninowie. by the Rev. R. E. Stanley (Methodist minister. Port A?g?s?). Ellen Grace, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs S. Bartlett, to James Henry, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. H. P?sser. of Stirling North. Present address. 3 Elmo TREZISE—WILLIAMS^-On the 4th Of Sep tember, 1913. at the Moonm Mines Methodist Church by the Rev. A. Hartlett. Ella M., oauehter of the late John and Elizabeth Wil liams, ot Moonta Mines, to Joseph J-. son of Mrs. Trezise and the late John Trezise. of Tumby Bay. Present address. Tumby Bay. APPROACHING MARRIAGE favilla—C?OZlE?. —The marriage of Madeline R younger daughter of Mr &nci the late Mrs": G. Favilla. of Kadina. to Arthur B younger son or Mr. and the late Mrs. W. Crozier, of Renmark, will be solemnised at St. Columbia's CSJireh, Heomnrlc. on Monday.-the 12th of September, at 7.30 a.m. Friends cor dially invited to ceremony. No reception. ENGAGEMENTS DREWITT—EHICKSON.—The engagement Ib announced of Gladys, youngest daughter of the la;e Mr. and Mrs. J. Dre'rttt, ol Mount Gambler to Jack, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Erickson. ot Minnipa. SUITERS—PRITCHABD.— The engagement Is announced of Mavis J.. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R Matters, of Wasleys. U> Leslie H. eldest surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pritchard. ol Red Banks. BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the under i.temini-ed members of the Children s Hojpual B;M1 aa r League. All communications re ra'Sii'js" birthdays in tl-ls column uitjel be Bddre?--ed to the Lav Superintendent Chil dren's Hospital. North Adelaide Minimum insertion fee. 2/6 Grandma Eley. 280 Seaview road, Henley. Uncle Vie. Coombe. 44 King it.. M:le End Oakley White. Georgetown. -Clieirio" Sylvia May Lehmann. Quorn. SeDt. ??ai'e'-rio" Eleanor Ho'.le. Victor Harbor. "Cheerio" Mr. C. R. Pfitzner. Eudunda. DEATHS BISHOP. —On the 7th of September (Lon don), Frances Leonard loved brother of Mrs. H. R. Knowles, Hyde Park. (By cable.) COLMER. —On the 8th of September, Thomas, relict of Mary Ann Colmer, aged 77, of Coromandel Valley. Loved grandad of Willie, Allan, Bill and John. DUTCH. —On the 8th of September, at Mount Barker Gerilda Mary. relict of WiU'.am Henry Dutch, aged 69 years. DUNNING.—On the sth o! September, at the WaiWroo Hospital Samuel John, beloved hUEband of Ida Annie Dunning, and father of Tom Keith. Rose. Clem and Jean, of Moonta. in his 57th vcar. FERGUSON" i nee Grifleni. —On the 7th of &>ptrmorr. beloved wife of Thomas S. Fer cuson, tate of Calilorni3 st/?ei. aged 67 yesrs. GOLDSWORTHY.T-On the atb ol Septem ra'ce. at North aAdcUUde. e Horace John Leslie (late of Hamley Bridgei. dearly beloved hus band ol Bertha Goldsworthy and loving father of Ron. Colin, and Phyllis, aged 54 years Rest- HITCHIN".—On the Bth ol September, at his residence 47 Goodwood road. Westbourne Park. Edward second son or the late William and Msria Hitchin, in his 84th year. JOHNS.—On the 81h of September, at pri vate hospital Jflnaes- Henry, of Henley Beach, dcarlv beloved husband of Sarah Jane, and loving father of Perce. Arthur (deceased!. leaving 18 grandchildren and five great-grand r.pss. NEVILLE. —On the Bth of September, at Blyih and District Hospital. Catherine Alice Neville, aged 79 years. RYMILL.—On the 7th of September, at her residence 100 Kingston terrace. North Ade- laide Adelaide Louisa, daughter of the late Frank Rymill. of Springfield, Mitcham ROGEKS.—On the Bth of September, at the Adelaide Hospital. Jam's Henry Rogers, of BOACH.—On the Bth of September, at a private hospital. Prospect. Thomas Roach ilatP M T.T.I, youngest son of the late Thnmps ar.d Matsaret. of 42 Macklnnon quirscat :u pace Sl"Kinr.r..--On :!y Bfh ot September, at a privatr hospital Fii7n Catherine Suridge o! 43 Coirra street Mil- End. and formerly of A?l-.ion. dearly brlovrci wife of the late Wil liam Krnrv Suridee. agro 79 years. vADI.DB —On the Bth ol September, at Ade laide Mary Elizabeth Sadler, of St Lawrence evrnue. Crcydon Estate, re'.kt of William years A' rest. SFAGRIM.—On the 7th ol September, at Kalgoo.-lie. Jobii. beloved husband of Jane Sea cr:m. of 53 Vardon street Kalgoorlie. and late of Woodside. aged 85 years. SCHLINK. William, of Hillsea Sherlnga. SANDERS. —On the 7th of September, at his Edgar, beloved husband of the late Maria Ellen Sanders and loving father of Grace and Ray. azed 70 years. TBREDGOLD.—On the I2th of August, at Oeden. 0.5.A.. George, the beloved husband ol Ellen Thredgold. and loving father or Ste phen Stanley. Harold. Ruby. Myrtle. Theo. o:ive Nellie. William and Arnold, aeed 81 yeaTS IN MEMORIAM AI'STIN —If. loving remembrance ot Mrs Au-tir. who passed away on the 9th of SfD tcmbri 1936 Ever remembered —In-ened by Irene AIBLKT.—In loving memory of our dear '^??~h;cr and ?i?ter. who passed away on the 3th "I September, 1930. D?p -,ri our hearts her memory Is kept. Wf Tho loved htT wilZ never forget. family. ABfl?.—ln loving mrmory of desrr mother, wl'o passed away on the 9th of September. 1532 Dparrpt memories linper still. No: just today, but ?lwavs will. —Ir.-e.-ied by dsurhter Korie. &on-ln-lsvr Allan, Lorame and Harold.
?I rx MEMORIAM , -band, who passed 'away on the 9th of Scp ' 'ember. 1933 His smiling face and loving wav? Will linger with me all try days; i Sad and sudden wa? the parting How sadly I miss you. -Inserted by his loving wile. BAl'M.—ln loving memory of dear dad. whe I pasted aw2y on the 9th of September. 1933 I at Loxton. A lonely thought and a lonely tear Keeps dear father's mrmory ever dear — Not just today, but always will. —Fondly remembered by his daughter. Gcrt, and Don. BI'KFOBD in loving memory of dear hus band acd father, who passed away on the 9th of September, .1932. Memories are treasures no one can steal. Death leaie* a wound no one can heal. —Inserted by his loving wife and daughter Myrtle, son-in-law Cyril, and grandson Jack. C^MPBELI In loving memory of our dear wire and mother, who passed away on the 9th of September, 1936.—Ever remembered by her husband and sons. Harold. Robin, and Jack. OOKHAEDT.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the ;9th of September. 1933. at Georgetown. ; It is not the tears at the moment shed. I That telli of 'he heart that's torn. j Bui the loneliness of after years. ' The sadness silently borne. —Inserted br his loving vite and family. FRENCH. —In lovin? memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the 9th o! September. 1930. Loved and remembered the same today As in the hour he passed away. -Inserted by his loving wife and children. HOLTON. —In loving memory of my dear husband who departed this lile on the 14tt> of September. 1936. ! H'nh render thoughts and deep regret, | -Inserted by his lovine wife Jean | BILL.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 9lb of September. 1929 I —Always remembered by his lovine daughter. son-in-ianr. and granddaughter. Sleila. Des. Joan. HILL.—In loving memory of our dear hus ternber. 1929. Deep in our hearts his memory Is kept. We who loved him. shall never forget. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. IXNES.—In loving memory of our dear lather and mother, wbo passed sway on the Bth and 9tli of September. 1936. Loved, remembered, longed for always. —Inserted by their loving daughter and son. Beat and Allan. IKNES.—In lovlcg memory of our dear mother and fatber. who passed away on the Bth snd 9th of September, 1536. A tender chord or memory's harp If softly touched today. —Inserted by their loving sons and daughter in-law Alf. Bob and Marion. JOHNSON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 9th of Sep tember. 1936. Sadly missed. —Inserted by her loving husband, son. daugh ter-in-law, Netta and Ted. JOHNSON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 9th of Sep tember. 1936. In silence we remember.— Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in law and grandson. Gladys. Jim, Neil. KEENAN.—In loving remembrance of ay September.' 1937. ~ —Sadly misred by Max, also remembered by H. A. Hastings. f.AMBDEN*.—In fond memory of dear mother, who died on the 9th of September. 1931. To be with us In the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by Lydia. Roy, Ron and Flo. LAMBDEN.—In loving memory of dear lerandma passed away on the 9tb or Septem ber. 1931. A cheerful smile, a heart of gold. One of Ihr best this wcrjd could hold. —Inserted by Gwen. Art. Reg. and Glenice. who was called tome on the 9th of Septem ber. 1935. We have you in our memories God has you In His care. Susie and Harry. LEE.—In loving memory ol our dear aunty. 1336- pa"s* awa> ?n c aem This is the day of remembrance. The one of sad regrets. This day we will always remember. When the rest of the world forgets. —Inserted by her loving niece. Rene. Ken and family. MARSHALL.—in loving memory of our dear mother, and grandma, who passed away on the 9th of September, 1929. The sweetest memories of mother linger for —Sadly missed by her loving son and daugh ters. Horace. Elsie. Ethel and grandchildren. MARSHALL.—In loving memory of our dear grandma who passed sfway on the 9th of Sep tember, 1929. ? —Erer remembered by ports. Elsie and Mavis. MARTIN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and gran, who passed away on the <)th of September. 1937. A cheerful smile and a heart of gold. The dearest mother the world could hold: Always unselfish, thoughtful, and kind. A beautiful memory to leave behind. —Inserted by Ralph, Tnelm. and Jan. MARTIN. —In loving memory ot our devoted wife and mother, wbo passed away on the 9th of September. 1937. We long for the lovinK voice that's gone. For the vanished smiles we long: But God bath led our dear one on. And He can do no wrong. Inserted by loving husband, sons and daughters. MEIXOH.—In loving memory of dear George. -L who love him. will never forget." —Inserted by hi? loving mother. MATTHEW.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Leo. who passed away on the 9th of September 1937. R.I.P —Fondly remembered by his mother, sisters, and brothers. MATTHEW.—In fond memory of our dear Leo. who died at Victor Harbor on the 9th of September. 1937. So dearly loved and sadly missed. MATTHEW.—In loving memory of our dear dentally killed on the 9th of 'September 1937. —Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and brothers. R.I.P. MATTHEW. —In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 9th ol Sep tember. 1937. God will link the broken chain Still closer when we meet again. —Inserted by his loving wife. Marjory, little Bobby, and Joan. MONTGOMERY. Henry Graham.—ln loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 9th of September, at Brooklyn Park. Resting where no shadows fall. —Inserted by his sons and daughters. XEAVE.—In loving memory of our dear 3th of September. 1937. Restins where no shadows fall. In perfect prace he awaits us all. I —Inserted by his loving daughters. Alice and I Edna, of Minnipa. N'EAVE.—In fond and loving memory o* the 9th o! Sep-.ember. 1937. The flowers we place on your grave will perish. Bui our memory will last. —Inserted by his sister-in-law. Emily, nieces and nephew-. Flo. Emmie, and Fred. ROSS.—In loving memory o[ our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on the 9th ol September. 1937. One sad year of longing Only God in heaven knows What that parting cost. He was always singing and laughing. So happy and full of fun: We miss him. oh. how we miss him. But God's will must be done. Gone from us his smiling lace. Those pleasant cheerlul wa*vs- The heart that won so many friends In happy bygone days. :aw. Emtlr and Era. and grandchildren. di?d at Macclesflelri on the 9th of September. 1937. I Oh. for a touch ot that vanished hand i And the sound of a voice that is still —In.=er'**(j by his lovine son and dfLughlcr-'u i law Howard. Ina. and family. SHERIFF—In loving memory of my mother. 1919. "y ?n * c ? Cm Cr' Remembrance keeps you near. —Ever remembered by her only child. Myrtle. SPAKC.O.—In loving memory of our darling v.ster. Ella who passed away on the 9tb ol September. 1921. One of God's d6ar*?st And bpst. —Ever remembered by her loved ones THOMAS.—In loving memory of our dear I letiier, who passed away on tbc Tth ol Septetn her, 1923. One by one we're gathering home. —Inserted by Louisa* and Alf THOMAS.—In loving memory of our dear brother George, who died on the 9th or Sep tember. 1937. One by one we're gathering home. —Irserted by Louisa and Air WOODGATE. Grace.—A token of love to the memory or mother, wbo passed away on the 9th of September 1936 God s=nt:v closed her ttred eyes. And whispered -peace be thine." —Inserted by Mm. Tritss and Pio. ! WOODCOCK.— m lormg memory ot our dear ;ran who passed away on the 9ih of Sep tember. 1936. I nod s-K-ntly clo?-fl her nrrd -yes j And n'hi.spnred. Peace be thine." U'OOD.—In lovlnc memory of our dear dat'shter. Barbara. wh<i passed away on the 9th oi Seplember. 1935 —Inserted by her loving mother and father. j WOOD. —In loving memory ot Barbara, who ; pas&cd away on the 9th of September. 1935. I We treasure always with love sincere. —Inserted by J. and E. Warne, Nance ?nd Leah.
FUNERAL NOTICES ~'lBd. line, 30 letters or figures, tnln. 2 lines.) ROGERS.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JAMES HENRY ROGERS are respectfully 'informed th.-.t his Funeral will leave the resi- Idence ot Mr. W. A. Austin. "Woodland Vie*." :Montscut3 road. Heciorville or. SATURDAY, at 2 p.m.. lor St. George's Cfmeterv. Magill. 3j A. C MARTIN. Undertaker. ? j Magi}]. Phone PlOO2 BELL. —THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. GEORGE BELL, or 'Woods Point, are re spectfully informed that his Funeral is ap . pointed io leave the Adelaide Hospital on FRIDAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for the Catholic Ceme tery. West terrace. ; CHAS. A. BERRr. Funeral Director. 157 MagiU road. Mayland.s. Phone F3253. BOUTELL. —THE FRIENDS ot the late Mr. JOHN BOUTELL. late ol Myponga. are respectfully informed that his Funeral is ap ' pointed to leave 157 Magill road. Maylands. " on FRIDAY, at 2.30 p.m.. for the West terrace ' Cemetery. CHAS. A. BERRY. Funeral Director. | 157 MagiU road. Maylands. Phone F3233. ? ?JURTDGE.—THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. iT> ELIZA CATHERINE SURIDGE. dearly be loved wife of the late Mr. William Hcnrv Suridge. late of Ashton. are respectfully In formed that her Funeral Is appointed to leave the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Wade. 8 Foster street. Norwood, on SATURDAY, at ? 10.30 a.m.. for the Norton's Summit Cemetery. CHAS. A. BERRY, Funeral Director. 157 MagiU road. Maylands. Phone F3253. ETTTCHTN. —THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JLI EDWARD HTTCHIN are respectfully in formed that his Funeral Is appointed to lea re his residence. 47 Goodwood road. West bourne 1 Park, on FRIDAY, at 11.30 a.m.. for the Mitcham General Cemetery. JARV2S. SON & MILDRED. Undertakers and Funeral Directors. ? Hyde Park and Kingswood. Phones U1332 and , 2377. GOLDSWORTHY.— THE FRIENDS of the Ute Mr. HORACE JOHN LESLIE GOLDS -1 WORTHY date of Hamley Bridee) are respect fully informed that his Funeral will leave his laide. on FRIDAY, at 2.30 p.m.. for the North ' road Cemetery. ALAN C. DESLANDES (Ute A.1.F.). Under taker. 84 Semaphore road. Semaphore. Phone J6511.! JOHNS.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr I JAMES HENRY JOHNS ar e respectfully Informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. 335 Military road. Henley Beach, on SATURDAY, at 2.30 p.m.. for tbeXheltenham Cemetery. F. T. ELLIOTT & SON. Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Port road. Hindmarsh. Phone L 4668. Est. 1850. SADLER. —THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. MARY ELIZABETH SADLER, of St. Law rence avenue. Croydon Estate, relict of Wil liam James Sadler ilate of Semaphore), arc respectfully Informed that her Remains were removed from the Chapel of "The Funeral Home." Port road, Hindmarsh. and privately interred in the Cheltenham Cemetery on THURSDAY last, the Bth instant,. Canon T. H FREWIN officiated. R. H. MOUNTFORD. Funeral Director. THE FUNERAL HOME. 211-221 Port road. Hindmarsh. Phone L 5944. \\nLLIAMS.—THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ?* ARTHUR DANIEL i Bunny) WILLIAMS, of Port road. Hindniarsb. are respectfully In formed that his Funeral will leave the resi dence of his father. Mr. J. Williams. 40 Glyde street. North Kensington, on SATURDAY, at 3 p.m.. for the Cheltenham Cemetery P. GANNONI & SONS. Undertakers. 227 Parade. Norwood. Phone F5109. and 21 High street. Kpnsington. Phone FI2OB. H ANDERS.—THE FRIENDS of the Jate Mr. , 1 JOHN EDGAR SANDERS are respectfully I informed that his Funeral will leave his lat< residence. 5 Leslie avenue. St. Peters, on FRI DAY, at 12 noon, for the Payneham Ceme tery. PENGELLEY & KNABE. Funeral Director*. 210 Rundle slrret. Central 496 ROACH.— THE FRIENDS of the Ute Mr. THOMAS ROACH (late M.T.T.) are re spectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. 42 Macklnnon Par ade, North Adelaide, on FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. for the Catholic Cemetery. West terrace. FRANK J. srEBERT. Funeral Director. 47-49 Wake Held street. Phone 413. S_ ¥ ORD MELBOURNE LODGE rfSS"^. MEMBERS of tbe above IfcaL Si Lodge are requested to attend y.JDn at the Funeral of our late K^KJi Brother T. ROACH. For further ?a^p?igM details see Undertaker's y. CLOW. Secretary. HAY.— THE FRIENDS ot the late Mr. WIL LIAM WALLACE HAY. of 84 North parade. TorrensvJlle, are respectfully Informed that bis Remains were peacefully laid to rest in the Salisbury Public Cemetery, on THURSDAY, cae Bth tact. Xter. £. T. Frror loudly officiated - THOMAS T3R&DY. WaJeniVer. PhoPe *70. -Salisbury. C^OLMEE—THE FRIENDS & the late Mr. Kj THOMAS COLMER are Respectfully in formed that his Funeral win leave his late residence. Coromandel Valley, on FRIDAY, at 3 a.m.. for tbc coromandel Valley Cemetery. G. H. STOBBS. Funeral Director. Gulfrlew road. Blackwood. Phone 133. DUTCH. —THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. GERILDA MARY DUTCH are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence, Commercial road, Mount Barker, on FRIDAY, at 2 p.m. for the Blakiston Ceme tery. L W. CARR, Funeral Director. Mount Barker. Phone 61. j \ .A.A.—SEWELI7s~~FLORISTS.~ Wreaths that 1A iriii please you from 5/-. 4 Rundle st C2O2G. lAfter hours. L 49151. ' 4 —FUNERAL FLOWERS PROMPTLY dcliv- A erej. Tucker's. Florists. 9 Grote st. C 4385 I 1 MUCH NICER WREATH FOR 5/- AT 1 A PENGILLY-S. FLORISTS. GROTE ST. CENT. 2108. AFTER HOPRS. L 5629. * BEAUTIFUL WREATH OR FLORAL DE- A SIGN from 5/-. THELMA,' 48 King Wll liam st. C 5799. After hours. F5lBB. 4RTISTIC WREATHS from 5/-. at shortest notice QUALITY UNSURPASSED. E. & W. HACKETT LTD, T7 Rundle st. Ph. 350. After hours 02182. DYEING for mourning at shortest notice. Branson's. Dyers and Dry Cleaners. J6I7X. 1,-"LORAL SPECIALISTS. HARMS. SCARFE. ? LTD. Beautiful wreaths from 5/-: expert work: best value in Adel. C 3300. After hours C 3301. A MORGANS Alible Works.* * LOWEST PRICES IN ADELAIDE. To your advantage to Inspect our stock. HEAD OFFICE. VICTORIA SQUARE. j ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Est. 1856. W. LAYCOCKCISBI 81 WAYMOUTH ST. 'next City Motorsl.l MARBLE AND GRANITE MEMORIALS OF' I EVERY DESCRIPTION AT REASONABLE I PRICES. | COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY. | |W. NOAL & SONS, Undertakers. from £10. j 227 Parade. Norwood. Ph. F5109. 263 Dnley road, Unley. Pb. U4044. IN MEMORIAM WILSON. —In loving memory of my dear wife, Alice Mabalo. who passed away on the 9th of September. 1933. I have lost my life's companion. A life linked with my own: God alone knows how I miss you As I walk through life alone. —Inserted by her loving husband. Ted. RETURN THANKS 'PHE SONS AND DAUGHTERS and STEP i 1 SON or the late HENRY WILLIAMS wish to sincerely THANK all kind relatives and f ripnds for letters. i**lp-irains, card?, floral tri butes snd p?rson.i: expressions of sympalhy M' RS. S. M. AND MR. E. J. BARTLETT desire | !O THANK friends and revives for mes isages floral tributes, and personal expressions! jof sympathy iv their recent sad bereavement. I Will ail please accept this as a personal cs -1 presslon of thanks? MRS \V H RANKINE and SONS desire to express their deep GRATITUDE to all kind relations and friends for letters, telegrams. 'cm da. and floral tributes In the sad loss of ; thf ii dear beloved husband and father. R A W PARKER and FAMILY, of Pros pect, desire to express their deep GRATI TUDE to all kind Relatives and Friends for Mrers. telegrams, cards and persona! expres- Eions of in ttapir sad bereavement. MRS. C. CASTDJE and FAMILY desire to THANK tbe members of the South African Veterans' Association, members of a!l ri?e clubs, and kind friends for expressions of for beautilul flowers, lI^HE SONS ai.' DAUGHTERS of Ihe late 1 Mrs. M C. HAirN. Angaston. wish to iTHANK relatives and rriends for thtir kind] ?their sad brrpavemom. Sueclal ihanks to the! HebarT. Will all pica- sccrp; thl? ns n per-; acknowlcdemi-n*. 'I oiir sincere sratl-; tude. ; i Inquest Date Changed.—The inquest I into the death of Kenneth Davenport,! 18. laborer, of Barnes avenue, Magiil.j j which had been fixed for this afternoon, i I has been changed to 9.30 a.m. on Sep-j \ tember 20. Davenport died at the Ade laide Hospital on August 29 from in '? juries received when tie motor cycle he i was ridine came into collision with a i motor van at Kent Town on August 24.