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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under mis beading mutt be authenticated by the name and address ot tile sender, and are Inserted at a charge ol Two ShUUngs and Six pence each trhen not exceeding five lines; over fire lines. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral Announcement 15 made are charged for es II the Death and Funeral were sepa i rate announcements, namely—The minl | mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectlvely- In Memoriam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more ;nan oae deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If tae? were dis tinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriage Notices rsqulre the signatures of both parties concerned. BIRTHS. SIMONS (nee Hi.da Duell). —On the 23rd Ju'.v, at Sister Berry's Private Hospital. Kadina. -to Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Svmons— a daughter. (Lived one day only). SIIANAHAN. —On the 20th June, at Perth, to the wife of P. W. Shananan, M.8.8.5. —a eon. CHEVXE. —On the 4th August, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Cheyne, ol Westcourt-street, West Croydon—a daughter. FLINT (nee Lll'Jan Taylor).—On the 2nd August, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Flint—a daugh ter (Marian Violet). ITAI.E. —On the 23th June, at "Gambler" Private Hospital. Pier-street, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Hale, of Grpvene—a eon. MARTIN (nee Blanche Simons). —On the 2nd August, at "RDwan," Magill-road. Maylands. to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Martin. Kensington Gardens —a daughter. Both well. KEIXER (nee Heinrich). —On the 4th August, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mre. G. A. Keller, of Prospect—* eon. CRAWFORD.—On the 30th July, at Snowtown Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Chum ! Crawford, of Brinkworth—a daughter (pre ; mature: lived two days. Burled Con dowle Cemetery on Violet Memory Sun day). PETERS (nee Dorothy Black).—On the 26th July, at ??Warraw-ee" Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Peters, ot Broken Hiil —a son (Z&alph Cavanagb). Thanks to Dr. G. Peters. Sister Kelly, and etas. MARRIAGE CHITTLEBOROUGH—COLLINS.—On the 11th July, at the Presbyterian Church, Millicent, by Rev. A. D. Brodie, Andrew Duncan, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Chittleborough, Argyle, to Dorothy Isabelle, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins, Darlington, Sturt. Present ad- dress—Argyle, Millicent, S.E.
SILVER WEDDING DESMOND—BLACKMAK.—On the sth August, 1806. at St. Mark's Church, Cam berwell. London. England, by the Rev. ? Richard Hanson. William Ernest, eldest j! eon of Mrs. Annie Desmond and the late William John Desmond, to Henrietta Bose, eldest daughter of Mrs. Hannah Black man ahd the late William Blackmail. Pre sent address—Truro-avenue. Mltcham. APPROACHING MARRIAGES ROGERS—KERRISON.—The marriage of Dorothy H.. younger daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. Bogeis. of Colonel Light Gardens. to George L., younger son of Mr. ?nd Mrs. G. Kerrlson. of Ade laide, will be solemnised at St. Patrick's Church. Groxe-street, Thursday, August 6th, at 11 a-m. BRUSE —HUGHES.—On the Bth August, st 7 p.m.. at the Pilnders-street Baptist Church. Rose, the youngest slaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruse, Cowell, to Leonard E.. elder son or Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hughes. Port Plrle. Relatives and friends invited to ceremony. DEATHS MAY.—On Friday, the 24th July, at his residence. Klngscote. Kangaroo island. Charles James, dearly beloved husband of Annie May leaving a widow, five sons, two daughters; aged 75 years. X?oved by all who knew him. ROGASCH.—On the 3rd August, at the residence of his brother (Mr. C. Rogasch), Gawler-terrace. Gawler South. August Reinhold Rogasch, late of Greenock, aged 67 years. GEORGE. —On the 3rd August, at private hospital. Verna Florence, loving daughter of Leslie and Florence George. No. 27. Eaton-street, Redfern, aged 11 years. Peacefully at rest. PFEIFFER. —On the 4th August, at Ade- laide, Reginald, the dearly beloved hus- band of Grace Pfeiffer, of 250, Portrush- road, Glen Osmond, and loving father of Lawrie, Reg, and Myrle, aged 39 years. At rest. ROSEVEAR.—On the 4th August, at the residence of Her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Tank, No. 17, Hilda-terrace, Hawthorn, Mary Ann, relict of Thomas Bosevear, and loving mother of Evelyn, Olive, and Harold, aged 79 years. At rest. ROBIN.—On the Ist August, at his resi dence, 192, Bastings-street, Northcote. Vie, Reginald Vivian, the dearly beloved hus band of Marjone. loving youngest son of Arthur and Emily Robin, of 19, Glen cairn-avenue, Coburg. Vie, aged 26 years. COLEMAN.—On the 29th July, at Ade laide (electrocuted). Jack, dearly loved eldest son of Frank and Edith. Coleman, of Greenock. aged 23 years and 11 months. Into the silence. SNELLING.—On the 4th August, at En- field, Adelaide Eliza, beloved wife of Alfred Snelling, of Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, aged 66 years. FLORANCE.—On the 28th July, at her home, Kangaroo Island, Vera Isabel, dearly loved eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Forsyth, late of Woodvllle, aged 30 years. Peacefully sleeping. FLORANCE (nee Vera Isabel Forsyth).— On the 28th July, at her home, Kangaroo Island, Vera Isabel, dearly beloved wife of Clifton J. Florence, and loving mother of Norman, aged 30 years. Psacelully passed away after a long Illness, borne with un- shrinking fortitude. EWENS.—On the 31st Juiy. at his resi dence. Mount Gambler (suddenly), Wai ford Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Clara Theresa Evens, aged 51 years. VERNER (nee Klma Slee). —On the 3rd August, at Adelaide, Elma, beloved niece of Mrs. C. Blddle, West Thebarton; Mrs. G. Fisher. North Richmond. BUNDLE.—On the 3rd August, at the residence of her son-in-law. Mr. W. B. Penna, Seven Hills, PhlUppa, Eva Bundle, In her 100 th year. Colonist of 82 years. BOTTCHER On the 4th August, Her worth Standley. beloved husband of Mabel May Bottcher. of Stuart-road, Dultrich, and eldest eon of Mr. and Mrs A. G. Bottcher. of 234, Greenhiil-road. Bumslde. aged 46 years. GEORGE.—At AlgeSrlckinfl. Central Aus tralia, James Robert George, the darling youngest son of Mary L, of Colllnswood, and the late John Helps (accidentally drowned). FRANCIS.—On the 4th August (sud denly), ct her late residence, 14. Porter street, Parkslde. Louisa, widow of the late Henry Francis, and beloved mother of Ainslle, Leland. Wilfred and Violet. Peace fully resting. FLOWERS.—On the 2nd August, at South Broken Hill, the mother of M. J. and W. Dunham. Largs Bay. and grand mother of Jeaa and May passed eway. Deeply mourned. BUNDLE.—On the 3rd August, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. W. R- Penna. Sevenhllls). Phillppa Eva Bundle. In her 100 th year. SMITII. —On the 4th August, at private j hospital. Elsbeth EUinor (Dolly), dearly I loved wife of Rsglaald Kenneth Smith, of Rutland-avenue. Dnley Park, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Collins: aged 37 years. FINLAYSON.—On the 3rd August, at 78, Partridge-street, Glenelg, Jessie Grace, daughter of the late William and Helen Finlayson (formerly of "Helenholm." Mit cham). In her 81st year. OSWALD.—On the 2nd August, at Ade laide, Ncrmarj Henry Arthur Oswald, aged 54 years. (FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 3) HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR CLARKE.—In memory of Private Wilfrid W. A. Clarke, 27th Battalion (Anzac). who was killed in action on the 5th August, 1918, at Pozieres, France. —Mother. GLOVER.—In fond and loving memory of our dear son and brother. Arthur Mil ton Glover, woo made the supreme sac rifice at Messines on the stc August. 1917. —Inserted by his loving mother, father, sister and brothers. NALTT.—In loving memory of our dear brother Thomas Newsome, killed at Pozleres on the sth August, 1916.—Inserted by his fond sisters and brothers. PICKUP.—Ever in memory of Tom Eric (sergeant, M.G. Section. 27th Battalion), killed at Pozleres on the morning of the sth. August, 1916.—4 tribute from MAP, SBJ>, and Betty. RICHARDSON.—In loving memory Of our dear son and brother. No. 3258 Pri vate T. B. S. (Theo) Richardson. 27th Battalion, who was klllad in action in France on the sth August. 1916. Could we but fly to the sky in a letter. And sit by your side as of old. One clasp of your hand would be better Than messages written in gold. There's an ache for ever growing. Till It seems to fill our hearts; And a sorrow never ending Since that <Jay we had to part. —Inserted by bis loving mother, father. sisters, brothers, sister-in-law, and bro thers-in-law. ROGERS.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Gunner John Stan ley Rogers, killed in action on sth August. 1917.—Ever remembered by his loving parents sister and brother. WARMING.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, who died of wounds received at Pozleres, on sth August, 1916. Those who loved you dearly Are the ones who won't forget. —Sadly missed by father, mother, brothers and sisters-in-law. WARMING.—In loving memory of Frede rick James Warming, died of wounds, Fozieres, on sth August, ISI6. Remem brance.—Auntie Rose. IN MEMORIAM ARTHUR.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away sth August, 1924. Oh. for the touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that Is still. —Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law. Jack and De Llills. ARTHUR.—In loving memory of husband and father. George, who died at Orrcroo, sth August. 1924. We have you In our memory: God has you In His care. —Inserted by his wife, son, and daughter in-law. Will and Winnie. ARTHUR.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died at Orroroo sth August, 1924. Besting.—lnserted by his daughter and son-in-law, and Buby and Charlie, and grandson Howard. ARTHUR—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away sth August, 192*. Memories are far better than tears. For memories last for years and years. —Inserted by his loving daughter and son in-law, Olive and Allen. BROOKER—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother who passed away on the sth August. 1921. Ever remembered —Inserted by her loving husband, John Brooker. and family. CLARK.—In loving memory of dear Eddie, who passed away at Largs Bay, on the sth August. 1928. Till memory fades and life departs, Tou will live for ever in our hearts. —Fondly remembered by Amy and Clanie. CLARK.—In loving memory of our dear brother, Eddie, who passed away on. sth August. 1928. A day to remember, but sad to recall, A dearly loved brother, missed by us all. —Ever remembered by his loving sister and brother-in-law. Em and Ken, also little nephew, Maurice. CLARK. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Eddie, died suddenly at Largs Bay on sth August. 1928. Gone from us that smiling face. Those pleasant, cheerful ways: The heart that won so many friends In bygone happy days. In our home you are fondly remembered. Sweet memories cling around your The hearts that held you In fondest affection Still lore you in death Just the same. —Inferted by hi= '.oving mother, father, and brother Harold. COCK.—In lovin; memory of our d?ar husband and father. Eikanah Cock, who passed away on the sth August, 1920.—In serted b- his wife and family. FRANCIS.—In loving memory of our dear husbf.nd and vncle. who passed away | on sth Aueust. 1930. Dearly loved and | tzdly m'f="tj._ln="yted by his lovlag W.fe j and St?;;a aid Les. * j G*M.EV.—In memory of Grace Ganlry, difd sth Aiieuet. 1929. Love> fond remem brance.—lnserted by her brothers. J
IN MEMORIAM ! HARRIS.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who was freed from pain and sorrow ' on the sth August. 1931, and now enjoying j eternal Joy and rest.—lnserted by her de voted husband. HAYMAIf.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away at Sandnell on sth August, 1918. We treasure with love sincere The memory of one we loved so dear. —Inserted by her loving husband, daugh ter, and son-in-law. Floss and Tom. JAMES. —In loving memory of dear mother, passed away on 4th August. 1926. Too dearly loved to be forgotten.—lnserted by her loving son Jack, M-ossie. Dick, and grandchildren. JORDAN.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Jack, vi-.io passed avcav on the sth August, 1928, result ol accident. : In silent dreams you come to us. Dear Jack, we see your smile: With arms entwined again we stand, ' Just for a little while: Tou have gone across too river. To the shores of evergreen; How -we lone to see your dear face. But the river stands between. —Inserted by his parents, brother, and sisters. JORDAN.—In loving memory of our pal. Jack ("Jordle"). who died, tnrough ac cident, on Sth August, 1925. In memory's keeping, treasured forever. Are the happy days we spent together. —Inserted by his pals. Jack, Trey.. Ivan. Duncan, and Boy. LAMPE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away 5th August, 1925. A broken link in love's golden chain. That God will mend when we meet again. —Ever remembered by his loving daugh- ter, Ethel, son-in-law, and grandchildren, Unley. LAMPE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away 5th August, 1925. With tender love and deep regret. We who love you never forget. —Ever remembered by his loving daughter, Clara, and grandchildren, Broken Hill. LESUE.—In loving memory of Louisa Rebecca, who died on sth August. 1915.— Inserted by those who loved her. LESUE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, wno died on sth August, IS!S. Dear is the memory that never fades.— Inserted by her loving daughter, son-in law, and granddaughter, Florrie, Jack, and Kathleen. LESUE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died -on sth August. 1915.— ' Inserted by her loving daughter and eon in-law, Olive and Bert. MARSHALL.—In loving memory of our dear little nephew Don. who died In Ade laide twelve months ago. The angels ol white, playing on the beauti ful shore. When Jesus came in and said to His band. Here's little Donald: come, give him your hand. < —Ever remembered by his loving uncle. . aunt, and cousins. Meribah. MacLEAN.—In loving memory of our dear son. Alteter Mac Lean. who departed this , life at Goodwood on the sth August, aged 17 years 3 months. In the midst of life we ore In death. Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes. Heaven's morning breaks when earttuy shadows flee, i In life. In death. O Lord, abide with me. Time and absence never can sever the lov- ? ing thoughts of you, dear eon. i Thy will be done. —Inserted by your loving mother, father, . sisters and brothers, Wayville. NORMAN—In loving memory of out father. who died sth August. 1924.—Inserted by A. and H. Nonnaa. wlilunga. NORMAX.—In loving memory of our , dear brother George, who died 18th July. 1916. —Inserted by A. and H. Norman, Wli lunga. PAVT.—In loving memory cf our dear mother, who passed away at Loxton Eos- ' pital st?, August, 1928. To think we could not say good-bye Will always bring regret; But those who loved you dearly Are the ones who won't forget. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law. Stan, Maude, and grandson Nor- ' man REYKOLDS.—In loving memory of my . dearest mother, who died at Port Augusta on the sfh August, 1929. ' Sleep on dear mother, so kind and true. No mother on earth was better than you. —Sadly missed by her only daughter, Flossie, and son-in-law. Jack; and grand son, Ron. ' REYNOLDS. —In loving memory of our , dear wile and mother, who passed away on the Sth August, 1929. I Out In a silent graveyard. Where the gentle oreezes blow; ' Lies the mother we loved so dearly, ] Laid to rest two years ago. | —Inserted by her loving husband, J. Rey nolds and eon Percy. ; SAWFORD.—In loving memory of my ? dear mother, who passed away sth August, < ISO 9. We have lost, but heaven has gained, ; One of the best this world contained. —Inserted by her son, Alf, daughter-ln- ? law, Btbel, and granddaughter, Gwen. SMALL.—In loving memory of my dear ? mother, who died at Geelong on the 5th August, 1918. Today I am thinking of someone, loving, kind, and true. Dear mother, that someone Is you. ' —Fondly remembered by your loving daughter, Alice and family. SAMUELS.—In memory of our father j and husband. James, who passed away on < Sth August. 1927.—Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. TLTXV-—ln loving memory of dear mother and grandmother, who passed away : on the sth August, 1930.—Lovingly remem bered by George. Sylvia, and grandchildren. ; TULLY.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away sth August, 1930. ? Calm and peaceful she is sleeping. Sweetest rest has followed pain; ' Sleep on. dear mother, so kind and true. : No mother on earth was better than you. . flor others and us. you did your oest. May God grant you eternal rest. —Inserted by her loving children. Bill. ? Kate, EUsie, Clem and Wal'.y and Sonny. TOIXY-—ln loving remembrance of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on sth August, 1930. '? With, tender love and deep regret We who loved can never forget. ] —Sadly missed by her loving daughter and granddaughter, Ada and Freda. : TULLY. —In loving memory of our dear 1 mother, who passed away on sth August, i 1930. Whatever else I fail to do. : Dear mother, we will think of you. i —Inserted by her loving son. daughter-ln- . law, Myrtle. ' WU.T.—In loving memory of my dear ' mother, who passed away on Sth August, ' You can only have one mother, ; So patient, kind, and true; No other friend In all the world Will be so true to you. —Inserted by her loving daughter, son- ' ln-law, and grandchildren, son, and Lizzie. ' TULLY.—In loving memory of our dear < mother, who passed awey on the Sth I August, 1930. Calm and peacefully she Is sleeping. ' Sweetest rest has followed pain; i Sleep on. dear mother, so kind and true. No mother on earth was better than you. ' For others and us you did your best, ' May God grant you eternal rest. ? —Inserted by her loving children. Bin, Albert. Kate, Elsie, Jean, Clem. Wally. and ' Sonny. ; WOHLING.—In loving memory of our i dear husband and father, who passed . away on sth August, 1926. Dear is the memory that never fades. j —Inserted by his loving wife, family, and i grandson. WINKLER.—In loving memory of our ' dear mother and grandmother, who passed ? away on the sth August, 1930. ] —Ever remembered by Jack, Dora, and . grandchildren, Harold and Bobbie. ' WINKLER.—In loving memory of our J dear mother and granny, who parsed auay ! on the sth August. 1930. , Too dearly loved to be forgotten. ' —Inserted by her loving daughter and '? son-in-law. Ada and Howard, and son 1 Clarence and graadchildrea. Pearl, Audrey. . and Jack. WINKLER.—In loving memory of dear 3 mother, who passed away on the sth < August, 1930. ] —Ever remembered by her Icvlng son and daughter-in-law, Ted and Mollie, and ' grandson, John. 1 WINKLER.—In loving memory of our I dear mother and grandmother, who passed 1 away at Clare on sth August. 1930. Not a sound disturbs her slumbers. < Not a care to mark her brow; I All her pain and caros are over; , She is sweetly sleeping now. ' Asleep with Jesus. < —Inserted by her loving daughter and ? family. Wallaroo. ' WHITTLE.—In loving memory of dear Floris, who passed away on the sth August, I 1928. ] A day to remember, sad to reca'l. A dearly loved wife, missed by us all. J —Inserted by her oving husband aad son, : father and mother. j , RETURN THANKS i MRS. CANNY and FAMILY, of Richmond avenue, and C. L. GARDENS, sincerely ? THANK all kind friends for letters, cards. ? telegrams, floral tributes, and personal ex- j pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Father 1 Horgan. Dr. Wunderly. sister and staff of ? Theatre Ward. Adelaide Hospital. MRS. A. PARISH and FAMILY, of Tot- , hill's Creek, wish to sincerely THANK ] a" kind friends and relations for !e-tev*. j ' cards, floral tributes, and for the many i persona] Fspress'.ons of sympathy in their ! Tf-ceizt f=3<a and sudden bereavement. Spe- j ' c:ql thanks to Dr. T. Flncy. Messrs. T. j ] Hrdsen. J. Palmer. J. Taylor, and to the i , I Rlechelt family. j ' MR. W. T. SHA Wand FAMILY. of ! ' Richmond, sincere v THANK all kind ; ( friends and relatives lor carti^. le;*fT?. 11 flora: tribute*, sr.d personal expressions ' of sympathy in their sad bereavement. j ?