BIBTHS, MAEEIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under this hearting must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Six pence each when not exceeding five fines; over five lines. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements In which a Funeral Announcement Is made are charged for a* if the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely—The mini mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriage Notices require the signatures of both parties concerned. BIRTHS VINCENT (Mabel Hunter).—On the 29th May, at the Mlnlaton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Beg Vincent—a son. Both well. DENT (nee Pearl Lehmann). —On the 31st May, at Rumont Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ron. Dent, schoolhouse, Belalie East, Jamestown—a daughter (Athlea Ada Lorraine). Both well. Speci- ally thanking Dr. Clayton and Sister Wilbe. No visitors until June 7. CARR (nee Doris Fanner).—On the 31st May. at Wolseley Private Hospital, West Croydon. to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Carr—a son. No visitors for seven days. MORTIMER (nee Collins).—On the 26th May, at Delta, Henley Beach-road. MUe 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Mortimer, of Kul kaml—a son (Keith Reginald). Both well. Special thanks to Nurse Frost. HARNETT.—On the 29th May. at Chat bam Private Hospital, Keawlck. to the wife of E. M. Harriett, of Everard Park—a son. LEWIS (nee Edna Cox).—On the 31st May. at Unley Private Hospital, to the wife of Les H. Lewis, of Galway Estate—a daughter (Diane Lesley). AUBERTIN.—On the 31st May, at Hmd anarah Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Auberttn—a daughter (Betty Irene I. ' SMITH.—On the 30th May. at Roco Porena Hospital, South-terrace, to Muriel, Wife of Frank P. Smith, Coromandel VaUey —a daughter (Ishbel Patricia Mclntosh). Grateful thanks to Dr. Edgar Davey, Sister Nelson and staff. ? BASEBY.—On the 31st May. at "War itnga." Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Baseby. Cambome Vineyards. Happy Valley —a daughter (Judith Louise). FROST.—On the 23rd May, at Riverton District Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Frost—a son. STEVENS.—On the 31st May. at the Memorial Hospital, North Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs T. Stevens, of Prospect—a son. Both well. MARRIAGES HABRK-HABRIS.—On the 4th April, at Trinity Church, North-terrace, Adelaide, by the Rev. Fulford, Eric £~ son of Mrs. and the late Mr. M J. Harris, of Peterborough to Freda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Harris, of 63. Fisher-terrace, Mile-End. KNIGHT—POOLE.—On the 9th May, at All Saints* Church. Hlndmarsn. by Canon Frewin. Rita, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knight. Torrens-avenue. Hind marsh. ?to Albert, fourth son of Mrs. and the late Mr. P. E. Poole, East-street, Tor rensvlue.
MARRIAGES COX—WALKEN.—On the 30th May. at St. Cuthbert's, Prospect, by the Rev. H. C. Thrush, Joseph B. N. Cox, to Alice M. Walken, both of Sydney. FITZNER—PARRY.—On the 14th May, by Rev. G. E. Hale, Florence, younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Party, of Norwood, to Harold, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Fltzner. of Rti *** t*T* ?n #^? GOLDEN WEDDING EDSON—EGGERS.—On the 20th April, 1881. at St. George's Church, Gawler. by the Rev. Canon Coombs, Alfred Charles, second son of Mr. William Edson, of Black Rock Plains, to Augusta Theresa, second daughter of Mr. Julius Eggers, of Kings ford. APPROACHING MARRIAGE DEUGARDE—TRAEGER^—The marriage of Venn Tngham. younger daughter of Mrs. and the late Stanley I. Deugarde, of North Adelaide, to Locksley Lewis, only son of Mrs. and Mr. F. O. Traeger, of 82, Braund road. Prospect, will be solemnised at St. Cuthbert's Church, Prospect, on Friday, the sth June, at 7.30 pjn. ENGAGEMENTS HALL—WHAITE. —The engagement is announced of Marjorie Jean, the younger daughter of Mrs. A. E. Hall and the late Mr. Hall, of Beaufort-street, Woodville, late of Kadina, with Robert William, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Whaite, of Hughes- street, Woodville. HABEL—WEBB. —The engagement is an nounced of Viola 1., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Habel, of Lorton, to Horace W-, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. T. Webb, of Chlngford, London. DEATHS ELLISS - On the Ist June (result of accident). Henry, the beloved husband of Annie Saraa EUlss. of 15, Manneld-street, Goodwood Park, aged 72 years. TIFTAFT .—On the 24th May, at Kapunda Hospital. Kapunda. Thomas Tlftaft, aged 61 years, brother of Charles Tlftaft, Mrs. Peclound (Adelaide), and Mrs. Amos (Auburn). Burled In Church of England Cemetery, Kapunda. SEARCY-—On the Ist June (suddenly), at his residence, Eoffe Searcy, of 10, Pashoda-street, Hyde Park, In his 82nd year. BULLOCK.—On the 31st May. at St. Helen's, Prospect, Frederick William Bul lock. PROCTOR.—On the 31st May, at her late residence, 51, East-street, Brompton, Mary, dearly beloved wife of Joseph Proctor, aged 74 years. WOOD.—On the 30th May, Catherine (Carry), youngest daughter of the late William and Patanoe Wood, of Kean-street. Payneham, and sister of Charles Wood, In her 90th year. MARTIN.—On the Ist June, at Espla nade, Lares Bay, Sarah Ann, relict of Alfred Hobssn Martin, late of McLaren Vale, In her 90th year. BEATON.— On the 20th February, at Greenock, Scotland. Catherine Davis: also on I6ta April (suddenly), Charles, dearly beloved husband of above, and devoted parents or Mrs. W. McFarlane, 12, Boston street, Kilkenny. Reunited. WARD.—Mrs. Margaret, wife of George Arthur Ward 12, Blrks-street. Parkslde South, passed away In hospital, Southamp ton, renpinpfl_ on the 23rd April, after short illness contracted on the voyage to her motherland. A devoted homemaker and a devoted grandmother. COSTELLO.—On the 30th May, at Ade laide. Catherine (Kate), the dearly beloved youngest daughter of J. and K. Oostello, of Salisbury, aged 21 years and 8 months. STEVENS.—On the Ist June, at his resi dence. 45, Anzac Highway, Glenelg, beloved husband ol Fanny Stevens, father of Clarice, Dosste, Ethel, Fay, Hlerel, and Jack. STANLEY.—On the 23rd May. at his son's residence. Broken Hill, Richard, the beloved husband of Ellen. Louisa leaving a large family. At rest. LIDDICOAT.—On the Ist June, at his residence. No. 11, Flnnis-street, Church Hill, Gawler, John, the beloved husband of Mary Liddicoat, aged 77 years. A patient sufferer at rest. TREBLE—On the 29th May, at the resi dence of her son, Claude, Proper-road, Port Lincoln, the beloved mother of Edith, Lyddon, Claude. Stanley, and Clyde, aged 70 years. A patient sufferer at rest. (FOB FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 15.) _l \ <_ Advertisers ere requested to send i Notices of In Memoriam and I Heroes of the Great War not later | than 4 pjn. Copy of these in- . tend<xi for Saturday's Issue shjuid | be supplied not later cban 4 pjn. i on Thursday. ' ~1 T HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR PAVY.—A tribute of leve to the memory of our dear son and brother. Hutton, killed |in France on the 2nd June. 1918, ' A thousand sweet memories are holding I him fast To the home that he blest with pre sence end love. —Ever remembered by his parents and sisters, Lameroo. IN MEMORIAM BRICE.—In loving memory of my dear > brother. Richard, who passed away on the ! 2nd June. 1929. j Tls not for the words, for words are few, I That tell of the love In my heart *?T you. -Inserted bg bia elster. UUy, . ,
IN MEMORIAM BRICE.—In loving memory of our dear son. Richie, who passed away on the 2nd June. 1929. We bare you In our memory, God *"? you In Bis care. —Inserted by Ills loving father and mother. BRICE.—In loving memory of my dear brother, who passed away on the 2nd June. 1929. You left behind some nrhlng hearts. That loved you very dear. That never have or never will. Forget you. Richie dear. —Inserted by his loving sister, Edna. BRICE.—In loving memory of our dear brother. Richard, who passed away on the 2nd June. 1929. ' His life a beautiful memory. *n<i absence one great regret. —Inserted by his brother Len, and friend, Evls. CLONAN.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died on the 2nd June. 1915. We think of you, dear father. With grief that Is deep and true: There Is always that sad longing. Could we only speak to you. —Inserted by bis loving wife and daugh ters, Dublin. COLLINS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Herbert, who died on the 2nd June. 1930. Adelaide Hospital. Those who loved you sadly mls& yon As It dawns another year. —Ever remembered by his loving wife, eons, and daughters. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, died on the 2nd June. 1926. Gone, but not forgotten.— Inserted by loving family. EVAN'S.—In ever loving memory of our dear daughter Marlon, who passed away on the 2nd June, 1930. Peacefully sleep ing.—lnserted by her loving mother and father. EVANS.—In ever loving memory of our dear sister Marlon, who passed away on the 2nd June. 1930. In God's keeping. —Inserted by her loving sisters, Alice. Betty, and brother Win*. GEORGE.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away at Klntore-street. Mile-End, on the 2nd June. 1529. A day to remember, So sad to recall. A dearly loved mother. Missed by us aIL —Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law, Alice, Fonce, and grandchildren. GEORGE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Kln tore-street, Mile-End, on the 2nd June, 1929. We watched beside your bedside. As the lonely hours passed; And. oh, our hearts were aching. As we saw you breathe your last. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law. Winifred and Hany. GEORGE.—In. loving- memory of our dear June. 1929. We shall sleep, but not Xoravar, There will be a glorious dawn. We shall meet to part, no, never. On the rssumcUon morn. —Inserted by ncr loving daughter ?ad son in-law, Ada, Will, and granacnlKlrsa. GAUL.—In loving memory of dear Mabel, who died on the 2nd June. 1909. You are not forgotten, Mabel dear. True love never dies. —Inserted by her loving parents, sisters, and brothers. HAGEL (Plnnaroo). —In loving memory of our dear little Eileen (lanca), who de parted this life on the 2nd June.' 1926; also her little brother. Bin. 28th July. 1927. The memory of their dear little ways Will linger with us all our days. —Sadly missed by their mother and father. HEMERS.—In loving memory of my dear husband and father, who passed away on Hie 2nd June. 1922. We cherish always with love sincere Memories of one we loved so dear; His smiling face, his loving ways. Will linger with us always. —Inserted by his loving wife and children. HUNT.—In loving memory of my dear father, who died on the 2nd June, 1927. —Ever remembered by his loving daughter, Mary. Besting. HILTON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 30th May. 1925; also our dear father, passed away en the 10th June. 1930. Dearest memories linger yet. Too dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted by their loving daughters, Sis and Aggie, and son. Harry. LOMMAN.—In loving memory of mother and grandmother, who passed away at Ashton on the 2nd June, 1930. For us. remembrance; for her, sweet rest. ? —Inserted by Sam and Jessie and family. ? Athelstone. LOMMAN.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on the 2nd June, r 1330. ' Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand. > And tiie sound of a voice that Is still. —Inserted by her loving husband, T. H. Lomman. LOMMAN.—In loving memory of my dear , aunty, Mary liomman, who passed away on r the 2nd June. 1930. ? Ever remembered. l —Inserted by her loving niece, N. Home. ' MACKLIN.—In loving memory of Clay ton William, who died on the 2nd June, 1929.—Inserted by his loving friend. Kath. McPHARLIN.—In loving memory of our J dear husband and father, who passed ' away on the 2nd June, 1925. I In memory we always will keep you, i As long as the years roll on. - —Inserted by bis loving wife and family. '? Port Vincent. ' MURDOCH.—in loving memory of F"i? Jane, the dearly beloved wife of Thomas Murdoch, who died at Tumby Bay on . the 2nd June. 1928. Too dearly loved to r ever be forgotten.—lnserted by her lov ? Ing husband and daughter. Edle. O'CONNOR.—In loving memory of my i dear eon. John Joseph, who died on the - 2nd June. 1915. Immaculate heart of Mary Tour prayers for 'hi? extol; 0 sacred heart of Jesus ; Have mercy on his soul. —Inserted by his loving mother, B. O'Con ' nor. PARKER.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 2nd June, I 1928. f Just a memory, fond and true. - To show, dear mother, we tMnv O f you. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Mabel. PERRYMAN.—In loving memory of little Jack, who was accidentally killed at Exeter on the 2nd June, 1927. —Inserted by grandma and Auntie Ethel. PILKINGTON.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away, at MUe- End. on. the 2nd June, 1927. I, There Is a grave I often visit. 1 In a spot not far away. Where they laid my dear mother. Just four years ago today. I think of you, dear mother. With grief that Is deep and true. But God alone blew best, c He knew the suffering that you bore. And called you home to rest. I With tears I saw you sinking, 1 watched you fade away. c —Inserted by her loving daughter, Jane. PILKINGTON.—In loving memory of my ; dear mother, who passed away at Mue- End. on the 2nd June. 1927. I*ovlng memories, fond and true. Will always remain to my heart for yon. ? —Inserted by her loving daughter. Annie, PILKINGTON.—In loving memory of our dar mother and grandma, who died at ?, Fisher-terrace. Mile-End, on the 2nd t June. 1927. 1 Another year Ms changes brings. J Though death divides, fend memories cling. I —Inserted by her loving daughter and eon - ln-law, Sarah end Jack, and grand children. PILKINGTON. —In loving memory of our ; dear mother, who passed away on the 2nd - June. 1927. r At the heavenly gates shell meet us, j With the same sweet, loving smile, r For we are only parted, mother. Just for a little while. —Inserted by her loving sons. Bill, Tom. - Dick. RAGGATT.—Fondest memories of our ' darling Trlxte. whom God called home on ' the 2nd June. 1915.—Mother, sisters, bro thers, and Joan. ROBERTSON.—In loving memory of our . darling son and brother, dive, aged 8?i years, who died at Children's Hospital on 1 the 2nd June. 1928. No stain was on his little heart, ! No sin had entered there. ! And Innocence shone brightly I On his little brow, so fair. —Inserted by his loving mother, father, . brother Allen and Sister, Jessie (Bub). SYKES.—In loving memory of our dear [ husband and father. John James (Jim), l who passed away on the 2nd June, 1928. Three years have passed. Our hearts stm eoie. As years roll on we miss you more. I know that our years, be they many or : few. Will be years of loving memory of you. The pearly gates stood open. And a gentle voice said "Come." And whispering us all a last good-bye. He entered the Saviour's home. Only sleeping.—lnserted by his loving wife, children, and sister-in-law. THOMPSON.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away on the 2nd June. 1927. With tender love and deep regret. We. who loved you, never forget. —Inserted by his loving wife, sons, daughters, grandchildren. WITCOMBE.—In sad memory of Frank. who died on the 2nd June. 1923. God caw the road was far too rough. The hill too hard to climb. —Inserted by his loving wife, G. Wlt combe, Eastwood. WILSON.—In loving memory cf our dear mother, who died on the 2nd June. 1926. The hearts that loved you dearly Are the ones who never forget. —Inserted by ToU. Frank, Eileen. Sid.