BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authorised by the name and . address of the sender and are Inserted at a charge of Two Bhilllngs and Sixpence each when not -exceeding flve lines; over five lines Six pence per line. beath Advertisements ln which a Funeral announcement is made are charged for as If tbe Death and Funeral were separate announcements namely — The n^ptm?? charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. tn Memoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as IT they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching asarnages and iiarrlige Notices require the signatures of both parties concerned. BIRTHS BAGSHAW. —On the 9th January, at Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bag shaw, of McLaren Flat —a son. BAMFORD (nee Monica Reilly). —On the 8th January, at the Wakefield street Private Hospital, to the wife of Leslie J. B. Bam ford, 37 Thornber street, Unley Park —a bonny son. Both very well. BUTLER (nee Hazel Thorpe). —At "Petone," on the 13th January, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar G. Butler, of Marion —a son. DICK. —On the 10th January, at Memorial Hospital, North Adelaide, to Shirley, wife of Gordon S. Dick, of Brighton —a son. FURNISS. —On the 12th January, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Pinnaroo, to Mr. and Mrs. Claud Furniss —a darling daughter. Both well. FAHEY (nee Beryl Bromell). —On the 14th January, at Rowan Hospital, Magill road, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Fahey —a son (Donald Ed ward). Both well. HAWKE. —On the 14th January, at Ka dina Private Hospital, to the wife of W. R. Hawke —a daughter. Both well. LAVENDER. —On the 12th January, at "Lynette" Nursing Home, 196 Glen Osmond road, to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lavender, of Glenunga —a daughter (Shirley Jean). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Jolly and Sister Keeley. MURPHY (nee Bates). —On 10th January, at the Maitland District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Murphy, of Weetulta —a son. Both well. McCOLL. —On the 13th January, at Nor thern Hospital, Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. McColl, of Clare —a son (Allan Glen Rowell). OLSSON. —On the 13th January, at 112 Alexandra avenue, Toorak, to the wife of A. J. Olsson —a daughter. PEEK. —On the 29th December, 1935, at the Karoonda Hospital, to the wife of Massey P. Peek, of Halidon —a son (Trevor). WELLINGTON (nee Elvira Dunning). —On the 11th January, at "Boringa," Mount Gam bier, to the wife of Douglas E. Wellington, Schoolhouse, Moorak —a son. MARRIAGE . t UEDGEK—IVEKSON.—On Hie Sth Decem ber. 1935 at Lutheran Chureh, Marjorie. only cmJd of Mrs. & Iverson, of Knlghtsbridge, to Andrew, younger son of the late Thomas Led ger. of WoodviUe. APPROACHING MARRIAGES HARKNESS—THAMM—The marriage of - yintoed^ youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Harkness. of Hamley Bridge, to Bert, radest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Thamm. of Freeling; wiU be solemnised in the Hamley Bridge Congregational Church on Wednes day. January 22nd. at 2_30 pjn. KNIGHT—LAWRY.—The marriage of Lilian, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Knight, Maylands, to Reg, second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lawry, of Brompton, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Maylands on the 22nd January, at 7.30 p.m. POTTER —NICHOLAS.—The marriage of ipnle, younger daughter of Mrs and tbe late . r. X. R. Potter, ot Royston Park, to Harry. only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Nicholas, of Adelaide, win be solemnised at the Congrega tional Church. Baliol street. College Park, on Saturday, January 18. at 7-30 pjo. SMITH—GEARING.—The marriage of Della second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Warnertown, to Herbert (Bert) L-, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gearing, of Solomontown. will be solemnised ln the War asrtown Methodist Church on Saturday, the IBth January, at 3.30 pn, the Rev. Strange ??gristing. Relatives and friends cordially In cited to tbe ceremony. Mo reception. -'SUNDSTROM—CORNISH-—The marriage m Mavis younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oi Sundstrom, Albert Park. Victoria, to lasitsee H, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. w. Cornish. "Kenton Vale." Gumeracha. wffl be solemnised at Collins street Baptist Church, Melbourne, on Saturday. January 18, —t U0 p.m. Reception at "Hie Palms." -~ STEPHENS—PETHICK.—The marriage of Amy Irene, twin dnnghftr of Mr. and Mrs. -V. H. Stephens. Brooklyn, Drummond street. Lockleys. fo Horace Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pethick. "Oakland!.." Marion, wffl be solemnised ln the Lockleys Baptist Church on Saturday the ISth Januaiy. at 6.30 r m br tb? Bit. Frlsby Smith. STONE—JARED.—The marriage of Mar jorie Irene, youngest' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Stone, of "Allnga," WiOowie. to Rex Hedley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jared, of "Plngle," Noarlunga, will be solem nised at Mmrghan Methodist Church on Wednesday, January 22, at 3 pan. Friends and relatives cordially invited to ceremony. Wo reception. ENGAGEMENTS ADAMS—NICHOLLS.—The engagement ls mnnnnrrd of Iris H.. elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Adams. Brinkworth, to Doug )u W., alder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Nicholls. Irwin street. Wallaroo. WAIHtK—CHESTERMAN.—The engagement Is announced of Margaret Maud, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mix. W. E. Baker, of Loxton. to George a, the only son of Mr. and Mis. H. H. Chesterman. of Westbourne Park. DODGSON—GODDARD.—The engagement announced of Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mis. B. K. Dodgson. Colonel Litfit to T.wnre. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Goddard. Payneham. MASHFOSD—SOCTOAM. — The engagement is announced of Lorna v.. the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mashford. of Kadina, to Norman H-, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Southam. of Bute.
DEATHS BENNETTS.—On January 13th, at Broken Bill, Pamela, relict of John Bennetts, mother ot C C Broken Hill: B. C. Sydney; Mrs. D. C. Couchman, Springbank road. Colonel Light Gardens, loved grandma of Betty and Elaine, aged sp. "Resting where no shadows fa!L" GROVES. —On the 13th January, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Wishart, Craigie-Lea, Gladstone avenue. Maglll. Harry Samuel, devoted husband of the late Eliza beth Groves, and loving father of Maurice and Ethel, aged 82 years. Reunited. GUT. —The dearly loved mother of Mrs. Bywater, Mrs. Trenoweth. Mrs. Bead (de ceased), Mrs. Pilgrim. Edith P. Guy. Mr. J. Guy, and P. G. Guy (deceased), died at Gaw ler on the llth January. HAMILTON.—On the 14th January, at 25 Heath street. Birkenhead. Robina Hamilton, relict of David Hamilton, aged 86 years. Best ing. HOLLANDS.—On the 14th January, at his residence, 23 Wellington street. Kensington, Edward, relict of Eliza Jane Hollands, and father of Herbert and Eva. and grandfather of Sydney Ackland, aged 75 years. At rest. JUDD.—On the 14th January, at Northfield. Beryl May, beloved daughter ol Henry Thomas and Laurel May Judd. of Lewlston. aged 1 years. LINN.—On the 14th January, at a pri vate hospital, Robert James dearly beloved husband of Irene Linn, o'f 37 Leicester street. Parkside. and loving father of Bon. aged 55 years. Resting. MALONE—On the 14th January, at Calvary Hospital, Mary Ellen, loving sister of Addie, Claire, Veronica, Kathleen, and Tom Malone, of 29 Moseley street, Glenelg. Requiescat in pace. XOSKE.—On the llth January, at Gawler. Friedrlch Noske. of Roseworthy, dearly loved father of Arthur, and father-in-law of Rita, of William street. Goodwood, and dear grandpa of Valerie. At rest. PASCHKE. —On the 14th January, at his residence. Keyneton, Johann Christian Hein rich Pascbke. beloved husband of Augusta F. Paschke, aged 73 years. NJS.W. papers please copy. POLKINGHORKE.—On the 13th January, at ttie Adelaide PubUc Hospital, John Henry Poikinghorne, late of Aldinga. aged 79 years. At rest. POWELL.—On the 14th January, at 9 Glad stone road. MUe-End. Frances, dearly beloved wife of Edward Powell, late of Balaklava and Manoora. and loving mother of Ann (Mrs. J Mahoney), Muriel (Mrs. G.Holland). Doreen (Mrs. J. Lamb), and BilL Ted. and KCUlck Powell, aged 74 years. Requiescat ln pace. QUICK. —On the 14th January, at 1 Hilda street, Kilkenny. Lottie (Constance) Dorothy, dearly beloved wife of Harold N. J. Quick, aged 41 years. At rest. TEMME.—On the 14th January, at a pri vate hospital. Julius, beloved husband of Mathilde. ln his 75th year. Privately interred. THOMSON.—On the 14th January, at a pri vate hospital. Adelaide Margaret, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lewis, and widow of Robert Thomson, of "Burnside." Gladstone. WILLIAMSON.—At her home. Gonville, Wanganui, New Zealand. Mary, relict of the late Francis Williamson, dearly beloved mother of Mrs. William Couper, Battams road, Royston Park. Loved by all. FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 8 IN MEMORIAM CUMMINGS. —In memory of my dear hus band, Leo. Cummings. who passed away at his home. Sheringa, ISth January, 1929. What lt meant to lose you. Only my sad heart knows. —Inserted by your loving wife EUsa Cum mings, Sheringa. CUMMINGS.—Id loving memory of our dear father Leo Cummings. who passed away 15th Januaiy. 1929. In. silence we remember — As we Journey on life's way. —Inserted by his loving sons and daughters. FLETCHER.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 15th Januaiy, 1935. A tender chord of memory Is softly touched today. And not Just today, but every day. In sUence we remember. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Eva, and family. FLETCHER.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away at Adelaide, 15th January. 1935. One by one our loved ones leave ns. And our sad hearts question why; But we bave God's own assurance We shaU meet them by-and-by. —Inserted by her loving daughter May and grnTnirhnHii?n Kadina. FLETCHER.—in loving memory of onr dear mother, who passed away on the 15th Janu ary. 1935. Her days of pain and weary hour*. Her sleepless nights have passed; She suffered, as God only blows. But found sweet rest at last. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law. Elite and Tom, and grandchildren. Laurel and Barbara, O'Halloran win FLETCHER.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on the 15th January. 1935. Loved and remembered the same today As in the hour you passed away. —Sadly missed by her loving huSbuid John. Urania, Y.P. FLETCHER.—In loving memory of onr dear mother, who passed away on the 15th Janu ary. 1935. A day to remember, bnt sad to recall. . A dearly loved mother, missed by us *n. —Inserted by her loving sons George and Em, Port Adelaide. FLETCHER.—In loving memory of onr dear mother, who passed away on the ISth Janu ary, 1935. God took yon home. He thought lt best To give you peace and perfect rest. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law, Jim and Daphne and pT?TM_?hn,iiw, Urania. TtfP. FLETCHER.—In loving memory of dear mother, wbo died 15th January, 1935. We have her ln onr memory, God has her in wi? caxe. —Always remembered by WIU and Una, Strathalbyn. FLETCHER—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on 15th January. 1935. We who loved her truly know How much we lost one year ago. —Inserted by her loving daughters. Gert and Floss. HOWELLS.—In loving remembrance 61 our son-in-law. Cecil, who passed away on the 15th January. 1934. In silence we remem ber. —Inserted by Mr. and Mrs, Roberts and family. HOWELLS.—In loving memory of my dear husband Cecil, who passed away on 15th January. 1934. God has him ln His keeping, I bave him in my thoughts. —Ever remembered by his loving wife Ivy. HOWELLS.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, who passed sway on 15th January. 1934. He was so bright and cheerful. A heart so full of love; We miss you. not today, but every day. Dear Cecil, from dawn till setting sun. —Ever remembered hy his loving father, brother, and sisters. HAWKER.—In loving memory of Myrtle, who passed away January ISth, 1925. Thy word Is true. Thy wIU ls Just, To Thee we leave her. Lord, ln trust. —Inserted by her loving mother. Mrs. Collier, Keswick. HART.—In loving memory ot Shefla, who died at Adelaide 15th Januaiy, 1930. What ever else I faU to do I never faU to think of you. —Inserted by her father. INGLIS.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away at Kadina on 15th Janu ary, 1934. loving memories, true and tender. Just to show we stm remember. —Inserted by Reg. Hell, and Margaret. INGUS.—In loving memory of our. dearest mother, who passed away on the 15th Janu aiy. 1934. at Kadina. There's a dear face we'd love to see. But aU we have ls sweet memory. —Inserted by her daughters, Myra-dad. Edna, Mm, Kath. and Roma. ' INGUS.—In loving memory of onr dearest mother and grandma, who-passed away at Kadina on the 15th Januaiy.. 1934. One of the dearest and kindest and best— "My mother." —Tnserted By her daughter. Frances, Bob and Pattie INGLIS.—In loving memoiy of mother who passed away at Kartltm on January 15th. 1934. Ever remembered. —Inserted by RusseU and Betty. KI.EFM ANN.—In loving memory of my dear wife and mother and grandmother, who passed away on 15th January, 1935. In silence we remember As we Journey on life's way. —Inserted by her loving husband, daughter, son-in-law, and grandson. KENNAWAY.—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away at Welland on the 15U> January, 1932. What would I give your hand to hold. Your dear, sweet face to see? —Inserted by his loving daughter. Dorothy. Port Lincoln.
IN MEMORIAM KENNAWAY. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed sway on the 15th January, 1932. Safe in thc everlasting arms. —Inserted by wife, children Herbert. Stanley. Raymond, Gwen. Ella. LUDWIG. —In loving memory or our d.-ir husband and father, who passed away on tbe 15th January, 1935. In silence we remember. —Inserted by bis loving wile and children. MOSS.—In memory of a loving husband, and father. Samuel Moss, who passed away 15th January. 1916, at Prospect. Time's kind and steady finger Smoothes o'er the edge of grief; The gentle hand of memory Turns back the twentieth leaf. —Inserted by his wife and family, 38 Grant avenue. Rose Park. PEARCE.—In loving memory of Clarence E_, beloved husband of Alice and elder son of J. E. and H. E. Pearce, Karkoo, wbo passed away on 15th January. 1934. Ever fondly remembered-—lnserted by lais loving wife, mother, father, brother, wife and family. SALLIS.—In loving -memory of our dear husband and father, Thomas William, who passed away 15th January. 1935. If we had the world to give. We would give it, yes, and more. To see our darling father's face Come smiling through the door. —Inserted by his loving wife. Mavis. Irene. Joy. Marjorie, and Douglas. SALLIS.—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on the ISth Janu ary. 1935. | His days of pain and weary hours. His sleepless nights are past: He suffered, as God only knows. But found sweet rest at last. —Inserted by his loving dangbter Amy and son-in-law Hee. SALXJS.—In loving memory of dad who passed away on 15th January. 1935. Upright and honest in all his ways. Esteemed and respected to the end of his days; We treasure still with love sincere. The memory of one we loved so dear. —Inserted by his loving son. danghter-ln law. and grandchild. George. May and Bar bara. VICK.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away ISth January. 1919. A beautiful life, full of kindly deeds. A helping hand to aU ln need. —Inserted by her loving sons, daughters, sons-in-law. and grandchildren. WRIGHT.—In loving memory- of our dear Freda, who passed away on the 15th January 1934. * Memories are treasures no one can steal. Death leaves a wound no one can beal —Loved and remembered always by her sis ter, brother-in-law. Wealthy, George and Ray. and her two little children. Keith and Mau reen. WRIGHT (nee Trevorah).—ln loving memory of our dear Freda, who passed away on the 15th January, 1934. Freda is resting, free from pain. Earth's weary sorrows cannot hurt her again: There is only a grave left to our care Those who love her will tend it with care. —Ever remembered by her parents. W. and H. Trevorah. WRIGHT.—In loving memory of our dear sister. Freda, who passed away on the 15th January. 1934. Out ln the silent graveyard. Where the gentle breezes blow. We laid our dear sister Freda Just two years ago. —Inserted by her loving brother and sister in-law. Ern and Het. , WRIGHT.—In loving memory of our dear sister Freda, who passed away, on the 15tb January. 1934. Time changes many things. ' But onr memory like th? ivy clings. —Inserted by her loving sister and brother in-law. LU and Will. In loving memoiy of our dear mother, who died on the 15th January. 1935. Thoughts return to days gone past. Time moves on, but memories last. —Inserted by her loving sons. Fred and Lance.