BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS j^pnnffncgTnfffitis under this bcacDng must bo authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and arc Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines, over five lines. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements In which ?. Funeral announcement Is made are charged for as If the Death and. Funeral were separate unrn^pr^rnpn^.g namely — The m< n <Twnm charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as 11 they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS BRADET (nee Marjory Paterson).—On the 25th April, at B&rmera Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bradey—a son. KEAKNS.—At Watefleld Street Private Hos pital,- to Kitty, wife of Richard, of Greenhill road, KnoxvUle—a daughter. KEDDCG.—On the 9th April, at Jamestown Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Kedlng. Belalie North—a <ia<xgfeter (Valda Mary). special thanks to Dr. Swan and hospital staff. POWEIi (nee Grace Growden).—On the 14th April, at Kondinln Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Powell, of Karlgarln. Western Aus tralia—a daughter (Rosalie May). Both weC KAXBOULD (nee Jean Paterson).—On the 27th April, at Barmera Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Raybould—a daughter. WAIT (nee Freda Hoenfeldt).—On the 24th ?April, at Hatchlnson Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. ana Mrs. Cliff Walt, ol Wasleys—a daughter. Special thanks to Dr. GiEen and staff. MARRIAGES COCKINGTON—HAGLEV.—On the 30th April, at St. Augustine's Church, Renmark, Francis Joseph, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. P. J. Cockington, Alberton, to Isebele Florence, fourth daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. P. E. Hagley, Renmark. ERRICKS—CAREW.—On the 23rd April, at St. Albans, Largs Bay, Winifred Evelyn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. J. Carew, of Largs, to J. Erricks, of Broken Hill. WEATHERSPOON—WAKELIN. — On the 20th of April, at St. Hughe's Church, Cowell, by the Rev. Hadden, Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Weatherspoon, of Virginia, to Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wakelin, of Cowell. ENGAGEMENTS ATKINS—HAGE.—The engagement is an- nounced of Cecily R. Atkins, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Atkins, of Victor Har- bour, to Clarence E., second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hage, of Poonindie. via Port Lin- coln. KASSEBAUM — HOERISCH.—The engage- ment is announced of Phyllis Sylvia, third daughter or Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Kassebaum, to Kurt, only son of Mrs. O. Goern, both of Tanunda. DEATHS BROMIfr.—On the Ist May. at 3 Prescott terrace. Rose Park. Lillian Rosemont. dearly loved wife of Edward Bromley, and loving mother of Butb and Gwen, aged 53 years. At rest. BKOMlct-—On the Ist May, at ??Stuart ville." 3 Prescott terrace. Rose Park, Lillian Boseznont. darling daughter of Mrs. M. C. and the late A. R. Maddern. A beautUol life called home. EGGEBS.—On the Ist May, at the resi dence of his brother. CarL 21 Adelaide road. Gawler South. Albert Wllhelm Julius, the be loved husband of Esther Alvina Esgers. of Wasleys. aged 45 years. Some day we will understuid. (Late loth Batt.. AiJ".). tOCKETT.—On the 29th April, at Macdes fleld, Herbert Cyril (suddenly), dearly loved only child ol H. and P. Lockett. ased 22 years. Peace, perfect peace. MeCAKTHT.—On the 16th April, at Gor don, Daniel McCarthy in his 83rd year. Re quleseat In pace. NICHOIXS-—On the 29th April, at Adelaide. James NlchoUs. of Gilbert street City, aged 75 yean. Privately interred in the WUlaston Cemetery. ? O-BAIAOBAN.—On the 30th April, at Bslaklava. Michael, eldest son of the late John and Eliz. O'HaUoran. of Port Firie and Marridy (suddenly). KJJ?. .KICHAKDS.—On the Ist May. at the resi dence of her son-in-law (Mr. W. Davres*. Elizabeth street Murray Bridge, Louisa, widow of Samuel Richards, late of Tan tanoola. South-East. aged 90 years. At rest. SLATTEBY.—On the 29th April, at 34 Moseley street. Glenelf. Hlen Lilian, bplovee} wife of James Michael Slatterj*. Requlcscat in pace. FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 4
HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR BYAEJO.—In loving memory ol Dougln- Austin, Byard. 16th Battalion, AJJ., who was killed in action on GaUipoli, on th= 2nd May ISIS. BYABD.—In lortrg memory ot Alfred Joht Byard, dearly loved brother of the above, who died suddenly on tee Ist May. 1816. BRBTCS. —In loving memory ol our dear son and brother, Ernest (Lieut.l, 16th Battalion, killed in action at Gallipoli. 2nd May. 1915. tti<; duty nobly done. —Inserted by bis loving mother, sisters and brothers. CATLOW. —m loving memory of Tom. Pri vate T. N. Catlow. lOth Battalion. AXF., kiUed in action at GalUpoU. 2nd May. 1915. Ever remembered. His duty done.—lnserted by his loving lather. COLE. —In loving memory of C. W. (Brick), 16th Battalion killed on Gallipoii on thf 2nd May. 1915.' Splendid yon passed. The great surrender made, I Into tbe light that never more shall fade. : —Inserted by his own folk. Prospect. CONBAD In loving memory of Lance Cor poral H. S Conrad. 16th Battalion, killed ta action on Gallipoli, 2nd May, 1915. [ —Inserted by his loving mother. Prospect. NOETON. —In loving memory of Corpora] W. Norton, 16th Battalion, killed In action at GalUpoU. on 2nd May, 1915. aged 19 yean and 10 months. —Inserted by his father, brothers and sisters. SHEFIXY —In loving 'remembrance ol Thomas Alan. 16th Battalion, killed Gallipoli, 2nd May 1915. —Inserted by parents, brothers and sisters. SKEPLET-—ln loving memory of Corporal T. Alan Shepley, killed at Gallipoii, 2nd May, 191S —Ever remembered by nis loving friends. W. Patching and family. WTUE.—m loving memory of Roy, kfOed In action on the 2nd May. 1915. Tour memory is as dear today As in the hour you passed oway. —Inserted by Ethel, Ruby. Dora. SIXTEENTH BATTALION. AJ.F.—il memory ot my comrades xrho fell in the Great War. —E. K. Baker, Lt.-Col. 16th BATTALION. —In memory of my com rades ol C Company, who made tbe supreme sacrifice on the 2nd May. 1915. —Inserted by Hoy A, Porde. IN MEMOBIAM ATKINS. —Cherished memories of our dear mother. Annie Atkins, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1930. EJJ>. TUI memory falls end life depart*. You will live for ever in our hearts. —Lovingly remembered by Haines. Ivy. and Colin. ATKINS.—In loving memory ot onr deal mother, who died on the 2nd May. 1930. You con only have one mother. So loving, kind, and true. No other friend in all the world Will be so true to you. —Inserted by her loving daughters, Lizzie and Gladys. ADAMS.—In loving memory of my dear wile Alvina Pauline Adams, who passed away on the 2nd May, 1934, at Hobart. Tas mania. Oh. how sad when death comes near And takes the ones we love so dear. But when God calls we must obey. For what He gives He takes away. —Inserted hy her loving husband. BOWMAN (nee Dacfc). —In sad but loving memory of onr dear daughter and sister, who Dassed away on the 2nd May. 1932. Today recalls sad memories. It fills our hearts with pain. To think the one we loved so dear Will not return again. Friends may tbink she is forgotten [ When at times we smile. But they little know the heartaches That hide behind those smiles. —Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, brothers-in-law, nieces, and nephews. DOWMAK.—In loving memory of our dea* trtfe and mother, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1932. Sweetly she is sleeping. Frei from sorrow and pain. In God's care we leave her. Peacefully resting till we meet again. —Inserted by her loving husband and littli daughter. Nathalie. COMMANE—In memory of my dear fathe; and mother. Matthew Commane. who died a Georgetown. 2nd May. 1911; and Margarei Ann Commane tnee O'Brien), who died a 1 Calvary Hospital. 13th June. 1932 R.I.F.— Inserted by their loving daughter. Base Com mane. 15 Gladstone road. Prospect. DENBY. —In loving memory of moth-r. wb< Mother is sleeping, resting from pain. Earth's sorrows cannot harm her again. There is only a grave left to her care. And those who love her will tend to it there —Inserted by Dolly. Myrtle, and Charlie.
IX MEMORIAM DENBT.—In laving memory of mv dear mother, who passed avrs; 2nd May, 1933. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law. Jim and Dorothy. DONALDSON. —In loving memory ol my dear mother, who passed away on 28th April, 1931, at Adela-.de. Remembrance Is a golden chain. That links us till me meet again. —Inserted b;: her loving son. Alex, dnugbter in-law and grandchildren Whyalla. ELS WORTH V.—Sacred is the memory or my dear parents, who passed peacefully away— mother on the 2nd May, 1934. and dad on tbe 6th December. 1319. Sleeping. —Inserted by their loving daughter, son-ln law. and grandchildren. Maud, Jack. MlUle. and BUI. ELSWORTHT.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1934. Beautiful memories ol one so dear. We'll treasure still in life sincerp. Two KUle words, not much ta *ypo. But we'll remember all through life. I Our mother and grandmother. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in law, will. Gus. and grandchildren. ELSWORTHT.—In loving memory or our dear mother, who passed away at Glenelg on tbe 2nd May, 1934. Safe in the keeping of Jesus, Away from all sorrow and care: In that beautiful kingdom of heaven She is waiting to welcome us there. —Inserted by her loved ones. Em, Hettie. and family, Weetulta. EI.SWORTHY.—In loving memory of our cisar grandma, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1934. Dew prandma is safe in the keeping of Jesus. Awar from all sorrow and pain: And some day we hope in that bright land of heaven To mert our dear grandma amin. —Ever remembered by Ri*ta and Merv. and little Malcolm, of Maitland. ELSWORTHT.—In loving memory of dear mother, who died on the 2nd May. 1934; also of dear father, who died 6tb December 1919. The parents we loved are not here; The last great divide they have crossed. But we know we shall meet them again— The parents we loved but have lost —Inserted by their loving daughter and son ?n-jaw. Flo and Sum. and grandchildren. Beta and Jack. | EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear father and mother, who passed away on the 2nd May and 3rd respectively. &er remem —lnserted by their loving daughters, Nell and Eva. Renmark. I EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on May 2. 1926. also our dear mother, who passed away May 3rd 1930. at "Spring Farm." Mount Bryan. One by one they wander away from us , And we linger midst our tears: But their sweet and lovely memory. Helps us through the lonely years —Inserted by their loving family at Mount Bryan. FORSnn—ln loving memory of mv dear brother. Morton. who was accidentally drowned. NeoDa Mcrri. Queensland on thr 2nd May. 1931,—Ever remembered by his lov ing brother. Arch. GABELL.—In loving memory of dear mother and grandmother, who passed away May 2nd, —Always remembered by Polly, Will, and family. mother, vjio" passed away at Lyrup on the 30th April. 1933. RpintmLrp.r.cc is a gold-.n cl:*!n That links us till we meet again —XUeanor. coss.—ln loving memory of our dear son and brother. Victor Clarence, who died at K=nt Taws on the 2nd May. 1926. —Inserted by his father, brothers, and sister. HEINBICH.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed May 2nd, 1932. She never failed to do her best. Her heart was true and tender: She worked so hard for those she loved. And left us to remember. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law. Jack and Beryl. HEfNRICB.—In loving memory of our dear mother, wbo pass?d away at Cheltenham on the 2nd May. 1932. B.XP. —Ever remembered by her son and daugh ter-in-law. Rich, asd Madge. RANNAFORD. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on 2nd May. 1929. A fragrant memory treasured ever. —Inserted by her loving husband and family. JAMES.—In loving memory of our deer husband and father. Phi]., woo parsed away on the 2nd May. 1919. Ever remembered. — Inserted by his lcriac wile and family. KAPltE?.—la loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the 2nd of May. 1934. To day brings back sad memories. It fl Is our hearts with pain; To turns the one we loved so dearly. Will not come back again. —Ever remembered by her loving husband, daughters Gertrude, Minnie, and families. LAUBIE.—In loving memory of dear wife and sister, who passed on 2nd May, 1932. Dearest of memories linear yet. —Ever remembered by Sid and Jfccfc OTCiell. LAURIE. —In loving memory of my dear mother who passed away 2nd May. 1932. Just a memory, fond and true. To show dear mother. I think ol you. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Olive. LEWEr.—In loving memory of our darling. Brccda Joan, who passed away 2nd May. 1930. The passing years can never change Our thoughts of one we loved so dear. —Inserted by her loving grandparents and Oncle Bert ('Hilton). KJETOBLT.—In sweet and loving remembrance of our dear little Joan, wbo passed away on the 2nd May, 1930. —Inserted by her sorrowing parents. Betty and Allan. j LAWRENCE 'nee Bl?nden>.—ln loving memory of our dear sister and auntie Annie, who passed away at Giwler on the 2nd May is 28. In memory's keeping treasured ever Are the happy times we spent together. —Fondly remembered by stster Pansy and nephew Glen. j XX>W.—ln loving memory of our dear Roy. passed away seven years today. Hearts that loved you dearly are ones that never forget.— Remembered by wife, daughter, parents, sis- i ters, brothers. j MATTHEWS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Collin Cooke. wbo died 2nd May. 1934. Sleeping and resting, free from pa'.n. Earth's weary sorrows cannot harm. him again. —Inserted by his loving -wife and children. MATTHEWS.—In memory of my 'o-ring father. Collln Cook Matthews, who piiKd away on the 2nd May. 1934. Ever remembered. —Inserted by his son and daughter-in-law, Owen and Mary. MOONET.—In loving memory of our dear little John, who passed away on the 2nd May, 1934, aged five years, eight months. Els sweet little smile and dear little ways Will linger with ux all our days. —Inserted by his loving mother, father, and sister Dorothy. MAGGS.—in loving memory of my dear friend. Doris, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1334. Treasured in my memory ever. Happy times we spent together. —Ever remembered by her loving friend, Thelma. ftUTBEN.-—ln fond memory of my dear son and brother. Lcving memories never die. —Inserted toy his loving mother, sisters, and brothers. Rest in peace. BMBSE—in loving memory of my dear husband and daddy. George, killed at Bow den railway crossing on the 2nd May. 1931. As the sun goes sinking In the west. And the toil of the day is done; We long for one we lored so much. And a smile from the face now gone. —Fond memories by his lovinj wife and chil dren. O'REILLY.—Hi loving memory of my loving mother, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1928. She never failed1 to do her best. Her heart was true and tender. She worked so hard for those she loved. And left us to remember. —Ever remembered by her loving daughter and son-in-law. Mary and Bill. FHUXnfs.—ln lovins memory of our dear friend. Jessie, who passed away at Adelaide on the 2nd May. 1934. —Ever remembered by her loving friends, Eath and Bill Oehme. 6IMMONDS.—In lovine memory of May, who passed away May 2nd. 1933. Ever remembered. —Inserted by her pal May Stony. SCHUBERT. —In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 2nd May, 1930 —Ever remembered by his loving wire and children. Port Pirie. THOMAS. In loving memory of our dear mother, who died 2nd May. 1926. A day to remember, sad to recall. —Inserted by daughter Annie, brother-in-law Will, and grandchildren. RI.P. THOMAS.—In lovinir memory of my dear mother, who died 2nd May. 1926. Time changes m&ny things: But memory like the ivy clings. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Gladys. RJ.P. THOMAS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died 2nd May. 1926. 7sars roll on. but memory lusts. —-Inserted by her daughter Ada. brother-in law Charlie. R.I.P. ?ViiijrELA^ff 'Clarke).-—ln loving memoir of our dear husband and nephew Doufrip.s. who passed away on 2nd May. 1930. Wherever we go whatever we do we still have memories dear r>oug of you.—lnserted by his lovinc wife, little daughter Moira. and Aunty Clarke. WHTTELAW.—In loving nemor7 of our dear Dou?.. who passed away on the 2nd | May. 1930. Still sadly missed j —Inserted by mother, father. Sis., and Fred. WHITELAW iClarkel.—ln memory of our dear son-in-law. Dour, who passed away on the 2nd May. 1930. Ever remembered. —Inserted by his loving mother and father in-law. S. and B. Kidd. WC7KST.—In fondest remembrance of our dear mother, who died May 2nd. 1917. R.I.P. —Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.