BIRTHS, MABRIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under this beading 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 lines; over five I*******. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements ln which a Funeral mTT -.fwi.?mt. is made are charged for ac 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/B eacb for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcements. -ftigagrmpntn and Approaching Man-lage HoUces require the signatures of botb parties concerned. BEKTHS COLQUHOUN* (nee Sylvia Graefe).—On tils 25th June, at Glenburnle Hospital. Glen Osmond-road, to Mr, and Mrs. Alex. Colquhoun, of Unley—a son (Douglas Alexander). Both well. Thanks to Dr. Phoebe Chappie and Sister Saint. GR.iH._M (nee Kathleen Hurte).—On the 2Sth June, at Auhum District Hospital, to the wife of R. J. Graham— -a. daughter. Both well, COWI-ET.—On the 20th June, at the Koonawsrra Hospital. K-kHtm, to Blr. and Mrs. B. W. Cowley—-a son. BEDDOME (nee Roberts).—On the 29th June, at "Bumont," Unley-rood, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. E. Beddome, 60, Sussex terrace. Clarence Park—a daughter. No visitors for seven days. TAPLEY.—On tie 27th June, at "Wol seley" Private Hospital, West Croydon, to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Tapley—a son (Keith Lawrence). MTT.I.FR.—On the 22nd June, at Nurse McHugh-s Private Hospital. Kent Town, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller, of Dudley-street, Cheltenham—a daughter (Margaret Anne). Special thanks to Nurse -MrTJi-tfrh RANKINE (nee Hill).—On ttie 28th June, to tlie wife of O. F. Ranklne, 86, Victoria street, Prospect—a son. Special thanks to Dr. H. E. Dunstone, Nurse Moon, and Em. WITFORD.—On the 25th June, at Wol seley Private Hospital, West Croydon; to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wltford, of "Ross- Leigh." William-street, Croydon Park—a daughter. APPROACHING MARRIAGES STEWART-MASKELL-—The marriage of Hazel, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Stewart, of Parkside, to Arthur James Masked. R-A.N. will be solemnised at St. Augustine's Church. Unley, on Wednesday, July Ist, at 7:15 pm.
APPROACHING MARRIAGES BOTTROFF—BENNETT.—The marriage of Winifred R., the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Bottroff, of Oakbank, to
Clifton H., the youngest eon of Mr. and . Mrs. G. A. Bennett, of Kalangadoo, will be ' 6Q1.-n_7.ls6d at the Oakbank Methodist Church on Thursday, 2nd July, at 2 pjn. ' Friends and relatives cordially Invited to , ceremony. No reception. WEST—HOLDEN.—The marriage of Kath . leen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. ? West, Goodwood, to Denzil, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Holden, TorrensvUle, will ? be solemnised at Grote-street Church of . -Christ on Saturday, 4th July, at 7 p_m. Friends and relatives cordially invited to , ceremony. No reception, WALTKE—MARTIN.—The marriage of Ella Dorothy Waltke, eldest daughter of , Mis. Gordon and the late Mr. B. F. Waltke. of Douglas-street. Parkside. to Harold ' Thomas Martin, only son of Mrs. E. Martin, of Curramulka. V.P.. will be solemnised at the Stowe Memorial Church. Flinders street, on Saturday, 4th July, at 7.15 pjn. Friends and relatives cordially invited. No ceremony. MILDRED —WILLIAMS. —The marriage of Valecla, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy Mildred, of Tutt-avenue. Klngs : wood, to Mervyn L„ eldest son of Mr. and ' Mrs. W. E. Williams, of Byron-street. Glen elg. will be celebrated at St. Augustine's Church, TJnlejr-road. on Tuesday. 30th June. . at 7-30 pjn. Friends and relatives cor dially Invited. DEATHS SHEGOG.—On the 21st June, at her resi dence. 7. AlrUe-evenue. Prospect, Emily, the dearly loved mother of W. L. Shegog, ' Minlaton; Mrs. G. A. BuHwlnkle. Broken Hill; and Mrs. F. A. Crowhurst, Woodside. At rest. UHE. —On the 29th June, at Westbourne Park crossing (result of accident). Frank Edward, eldest beloved son of Hilda Ger- trude and the late Frank Leopold Uhe, of Windsor-avenue, Lower Mitcham, aged 18 years. Sadly missed. SMITH.—On the 28th June, at Adelaide ' Hospital, John James Smith, late with Hume Pipe Company, beloved husband of , Sophia Smith. Allenby Gardens, eldest son ? of the late Drummer Smith, of Broken Hill. > leaving four sons and one daughter to . mourn their sad loss, aged 45 years. Be ' qulescat In pace. Broken Hill papers please copy. BOND.—On the 29th June, at his resi dence. 28. Park-road. Kensington Park. Charles, dearly beloved father of Mattle Bond, (Suddenly). KELLEY.—On the 24th June, at ''Golden Grove," Messamurry-roed. near NarT?Coorte. i Henry, the dearly beloved lather of .Mary . Mclnnes and Sadie Keiley. In his 79th . year. "Peacefully sleeping." CLARKE. —On tbe 29th June, at Ade laide. Alice, the beloved wife of the late James Clarke. Newcastle, and sister of Eva Hart. Clarence Park. At rest. THOMPSON.—On the 29th June, at Vic tor Harbour. Bobert. the beloved husband of Ada and father of Boy, Effle, Cecil, and Iris: aged 74 years. FITZGERALD.—On the 28th June, at Llddon-nlace. Portland. Sarah Ann, the dearly beloved wife of William Fitzgerald; aged 55 years. BXP. UHE.—On the 29th June (as result of an accident), Frank Edward, beloved elder son of Hilda and the late Frank Uhe, bro ther of Muriel, Hazel, Helen, and Tommy, of Windsor-avenue. Colonel Light Gardens. TOLA.—On the 21st May, at Lourdes Valley, Glen Osmond, Catherine Mary Tola, late of 34, Mann-street, Brompton, Re- quiescat ln pace. MARKS.—On the 27th June, at 30, Chapel-street, Magill, Walter, the beloved husband of Louisa Marks (late of Burn- side), aged 80 years. HAGUE.—On the 28th June, at her re sidence. 40. Oxford-terrace. Unley, Honor, beloved wife of the late Edward Hague, aged 86 years. PREUSS.—On the 26th June (suddenly), at her residence. Francis-street. Kapunda, Martha L., widow of Ernst A. Preuss. aged 44 years. HANRAHAN (nee O'Donnell).—On the 26th June, at 208, Gilbert-street, City, Mar- garet Hanrahan, aged 97, colonist of 73 years. ROWE.—On the 29th June, at his resi dence. Hall-street, Semaphore. Samuel Francis, dearly beloved husband of Mary Rowe, aged 74 years. A patient sufferer at rest. MARKS.—On the 27th 'June, at 30. Chapell-street. Magill. Walter, the beloved hysband of Louisa Emma Marks, aged 80 years. Sadly missed. COPE.—On the 29th June, at Repatria- tion Hospital, Keswick, Sydney Edwin, dearly beloved eldest son of S. Cope, of Mount Barker, aged 53 years. At rest. CLARK.—On the 29th June, at Black . wood (suddenly), William John Clark, youngest son of the late Evan and Rebecca Jenkins. FOB FUNISBAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 3 i J L Advertisers are requested to send Notices of In Memoriam and Heroes of the Great War not later than 4 p_m. Copy of these In tended for Saturday's issue should be supplied not later than 4 pjn, on Thursday. i r IN MEMORIAM BUTTFIELD.—In loving memory of our . dear wife and mother (Delia), wbo died at Goodwood on 30th June. 1927. BXP.— Inserted by her loving husband, eons, and daughter. HAINES.—In loving memory of our dear mother, wbo passed away on 30th June; 1926.—Inserted by her sons and daughter. I BUDDLE.—In loving memory of dear I husband and father. Thomas Buddie, called I home 28th June, 1930. i One year of sadness now has passed I Since sorrow on us fell; I Still in our hearts we feel the loss I Of him we loved so well. 5 —Ever remembered by hls loving wife, daughters, and son. BURNS. —In loving memory of our dear aunt, who passed away June 30th. 1029. God saw the road was getting rough. The hill too hard to climb; He gently closed har weary eyes. And murmured. "Peace be thine."* —Ever remembered by her loving nieces, : E. Mason, E. Thomas, L. Buttery. BURNS.—In loving memory of mother, ! who passed away on 30th June. 1929. Sunshine fades and sJbadows fall. Memory of you outlasts all. : —inserted by her daughter and eon-ln-law. BURNS.—In loving memory of our dear : wife and mother, who passed away at : Meude-street, Adelaide, on 30th June, 1929. Time fades away the edge of griff. But memory turns back many a leaf. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. : —Inserted by her loving husband and : daughter Aileen. BROOM-BULL.—In loving memory of our : dear daughter and sister, Elsie, who passed ? away June 30th, 1827. You left behind some aching hearts. That loved you very dear; Tbat never have and never will Forget you. Elsie dear. —Ever remembered by her loving mother. sister, and brother. BURNS. —In loving memory of mother, : who passed away on the 30t_h June, 1929. With tender love and deep regret We who loved her can never forget. : —Inserted by her daughter and son-in-law. 1 Florrie and Paddy.
IN MEMORIAM BRIGGS.—In ever loving memory of our beloved husband and father, who died 30th June, 1927. Too dearly loved to be forgotten.—Ever remembered, by hls loving wife iand family, at Purnong. COXUN.—In sad and loving memory ol our dear brother Jack, who was accident ally killed at Peterborough on 30th June. 1023. EXP.—Ever remembered by hls loving sister and brother-in-law. Maggie and Pat. and niece and nephew, Doreen and Keith. Port Plrie. CONLIN.—In sad but loving memory of our dear brother. Jack, who was killed at Peterborough on the 30th June. 1823. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten. —Inserted by his sorrowing sister and brother-in-law. Blney, Leo, Mary, Maureen, and Fat. CONLIN.—In sad and loving memory ol our dear brother Jack, -who was accident ally killed at Peterborough on 30th June, 1923. EXP. Dearest memories linger yet, Tbo dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted by his loving elster and bro ther-in-law. Clara and Ted. and nephew, Kevin, West Croydon. DYSON.—In loving memory of our son and brother, who died of wounds on the 30th June, 1918.—Ever remembered by his loving mother and sisters and brother. FERGUSON.—In loving memory of dear mother, wbo passed away at Angaston on the 30th June. 1930. We have you In our memory. God has you ln Hls care. —Inserted by her loving son and daugh ter-in-law, Joseph and _£reda, and Eunice. GHXIES.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on 30th June. 1926. With tender love and deep regret We who loved her can never forget. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law, Bruce and Alice, and grand-daugh ter Nancy. GILLIES.—In loving memory cf my dear wife, who passed away at Hamley Bridge on 30th June. 1926. Ever remembered. — Inserted by her loving husband Dan. GILLIES.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away at Hamley Bridge on the 30th June, 1926.—Lovingly remem bered by her daughter. Dulcie Excell, Tor rensvUle. GEH2B-—tn loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away on 30th June. 1929. Memory keeps our loved one near us.—lnserted by hls loving eon and daughter-in-law, Henry and Julia, and grandchildren Alice. Eva, and Bess. GEIER. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away cm 30th June. 1929. Dear husband and father we cannot for get you. Our hearts are broken and sore. Bound the old home. dear, we miss you. Miss your kind, smiling face; Where'er we look, where'er we turn We see your vacant place. —Inserted by his loving wife, and daugh ters Grace and Beat. BOOKINGS.-—ln loving memory of my dear husband, called home 20th June. 1930. Ever worthy of remembrance, dearest. Until I clasp your hand, again In our Father's home. HODGSON.—In loving memory of Mllly. who died at Gaw'.er. 28th June. 1926. Fondest memories linger yet; Too dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted by Jessie. Nellie, 6yd. Clarrie. LONGSTAFF.—In remembrance of father, who passed away on 30th June, 1930, at Adelaide Hospital. Fond memories cling. —Inserted by Len, Anne, and family. BULLIKAN.—In loving memory of our dear sister stand, who passed away on 30th June. 1927. Memory keeps our leved one near us.—lnserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law. Daise and WIU. Mitcham. MUXIKAN (nee Maud Porter).—ln lov ing memory of our dear daughter and sister Maud, who passed away on 30th June. 1927.—Lovingly remembered by her loving father and elster Vera. Mitcham. MUXIKAN (nee Maud Porter).—Tn lov ing memory of our dear sister Maud, who passed away on 30th June. 1927. Your memory I will always keep.—inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Ethel and Win. Victoria. MORCOM.—A tribute of love to the mem ory of mother, who passed away on 30th June, 1923.—Always remembered by her loving daughters Polly and Base. MASS—In loving memory of dear An nie, who died at North Adelaide on the 30th June. 1907. "Always remembered."— Inserted by her mother, brothers, and sister. MURPHY.—In loving memory of our dear son, John Clarence, who passed away on the 30th June. 1923. at Adelaide. Good was his he'it. his frlend__hip sound. Loved and respected ty all around. To a beautiful life came a peaceful end; Se died as lie lived, everyone's friend. Gone and forgotten by some you might be. But if others forget you lt will never be me. —Inserted by his loving mother, father, A. J. M. Murphy. OSWALD-ROBERTSON—In memory of Jack, killed ln war. 28t__i June. 1918, and Vera, who passed away on 30th June, 1927. son and daughter of Mrs. H. Oswald. Always a sweet memrry.—lnserted by their loved ones at the Grange. PARTINGTON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 30th June. IE2I. Sweetest cf memories linger yet Of a wonderful -mother we'll never forget. —Inserted by her loving daughters. Lily. Elva, Amy. PRATT.—In loving memory or our dear sister, Sophia Rose Anna, who passed away at Port Wakefield. 30th June, 1928. sud denly. Sad.y missed,—lnserted by her lov ing brothers and slster-ln-law. Brit. Jack. and Coralle. BOHBLACH.—In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away on 30th June. 1527. Ever remembered.— Inserted by her loving husband and chil dren, Wa-lie. Colin, and Doreen. BOHRLACH.—In loving memory of our dear Doris, who passed away on "the 30th June, 1927. She was dearly loved when in our midst. And now she is mourned sincere; Until the day we'll follow her. We will keep her memory dear. —Inserted by her loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers. ROHRLACH.—In loving memory of our dear sister Dorrle. who passed away on the 30th June, 1927. J""--55*? -"-way Her life ls a beautiful memory Her death a constant regret. ' —Inserted by Vera and Lew. STEVENS.—In loving memory of our dear htt-e granddaughter and niece, Patricia Hiliier, wbo passed away on 30th June, = _2 C?_. ntae a*-*""*-* to this earth was sent, But like a rosebud was only lent; Too sweet to grow any bigger God whispered; He knew. —Sadly missed by her loving grandparents .and Uncle at Southwark. STEVENS.—In loving memory of our dear little niece. Patricia miller, who passed away on 30th June, 1930. She was only lent for us to love, Jsbe was far too frail -to stay; So dearly loved, go sadly missed. We wUI understand some day. —Ever remembered by her loving Aunties Mabel and miller. STEVENS.—In sweet remembrance of our darling baby, Patricia HUUer. who passed away at Prospect on 30th June. 1930 Taken suddenly into God's care.—lnserted by her mother and father. TANNER.—In loving remembrance of our dear dad. who died 30th June, 1913.—Always remembered by his living daughter and son-in-law. Elsie and Harry McEwen. TANNER.—In loving memory ot our dear husband and father, who passed away on 30th June. 1913. Dearest memories linger yet. —Inserted by loving wife and daughter. E. Lurich. TELFER (nee Schwab).-—ln loving memory of dear Sophia, who was called home on 30th June, 1928. In our hearts your memory lingers. Sweet, tender, fond, and true; There ls not a day, dear Sophia, We do not think of you. —Inserted by her loving mother, brothers, and slstyr?. WISNEVSKE.—In loving memory of our dear brother Frank, who was accidentally killed at Jamestown on the 30th June. 1930. Good was his heart, his friendship sound. Lcved and respected by all around; To a beautiful life came a peaceful end. He died as he lived, everyone's friend. —Inserted by his loving brother and sister in-law. Jack and Jessie. WISNEVSBX—In loving memory of my dearly loved brother Frank (Billy), fatally Injured at Jamestown. 30th June. 1930. Gone from those who loved him. Plucked like a Sower In bloom; So young, so bright, and co happy, ?Yet taken from us 6o soon. One of the best he always was, A loving brother, kind and true; So fondly loved, so eadly missed By everyone he knew. Many a silent thought, an unseen tear. —Inserted by his loving sister Kath (Molly). WHITEFORD.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who was killed on the Bspe- T&nce Bay at Outer Harbor on 30th June, - 1924. Dearest -of memories linger yet. Too dearly loved to over forget. —Inserted by his loving wife Millie, and Ernie. RETURN THANKS ~M ITBS. J. H. SCHOLEFIELD wish to THANK JM. all kind friends and relatives for let ters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in her recent sad bereavement. MR. and Mrs. H. POLLARD, of Bromp ton. wish to sincerely THANK all friends for letters, cards, floral tributes, and person expressions cf sympathy, espe cially -thanking the Little Sisters of the Poor, Glen Osmond. IMTBS. BEBRILL and FAMILY, of Fullar -1?. ton, wish to sincerely THANK al! kind friends tar letters, cards, telegrams. floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy, especially Fathers Barry and Bayard, also Sisters of Mercy and Slaters or St. Joseph, in their recent sad less of daughter and Sister Edith.