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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authorised by the name and address ot the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shi'Jines and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines, over five lines. Six pence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral announcement is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely — The minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. 4i Memoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than one deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the signatures of are charted 2/6 each for each deceased both parties concerned. BIRTHS 3SCCE.—On the 30th August, at Memorial Hospital North Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Druce 31 Gilbert street Goodwood Park— a son. Thanking Dr. Frank H. Dunstan and hospital staff. FETTTRILL —O? tnfi B'h August, at Memo rial Hospital, Balaklava. to Mr. and Mrs. Spencer A. B. Feutrill. of Port Wakefleld—a daughter (Margaret Joan). GEORGE (nee Wadham). —On the 31st August, at Glenclu Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs C. J. George of Glandore —a son. Both well. GREEN (nee Gwen Green).—On Ist Sep tember, at Dnley Private Hospital, lo Mi and Mrs G. J. R. Green, of Cook. East-West line—a daughter. Both well. No visitors for seven days. LEAK inee Ferris).—On the 28th August. at Wakefleld street Private Hospital, to Mr. ?nd Mrs. Ken Leak. Black Forest—a son (John Edgar). Both welL No visitors. LEE.—On 15th August, at Gambier Hos pital, Pier street. Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. Lee—a daughter. PEARCE (nee Mildred Cobbledick). —On the 30th August, at Glenwynne Hospital, 3 Richmond eoad, Clarence Park, to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pearce, of Springbank road, Colonel Light Gardens —a son. Both well. Visitors after September 3rd. ROSEWARNE. —On the 1st September, at the Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosewarne —a daughter. Both well. WOODFORDE (nee Sylvia Stein). —On the 31st August, at Glenwynne Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Woodforde, of 6 Kelvin avenue, Clarence Park —a son (Ray- mond Dudley). Special thanks to Dr. C. Yeat- man and Sisters Wyncall and Kowper. SILVER WEDDING McCRACKEN—FORD. —On August 31st, 1910, at St. Luke's. Colton, by Rev. R. T. M. Radcliff, B.A., Samuel, third son of the late John and Martha McCracken, "Kilroy." Col- ton, to Florence Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Joseph and Louisa Ford, of "Sea View," Colton. Present address, Cummins, West Coast, S.A. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BERRY—EDE.—The marriage of Muriel (Tiny) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Berry. Beverly to Horace, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ede. Rosewater. will be solemnised at St. Mar- garets. Woodville, on September 7. at 6.45 p.m. BERRY—RUST. —The marriage of Dorothy. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Berry, of Woodville Park, to Wilbur, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rust, of Kilkenny, will be solemnised in Salvation Army Congress Hall, Pirie street, Adelaide, on Wednesday. Septem ber 4th. at 7.15 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BRUCE—NORTON. —The engagement is an nounced of Lucinda R., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R Bruce, of 7 Myponga terrace. Kil kenny to Mervyn. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Norton. 74 Stanley street, Kilkenny. BLIGHT —RAX The engagement Is an nounced of Rosie M.. eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. F. Blight, of Port road. West Croydon. to John A., elder son of Mr and Mrs. P. A. Ray, of Myponga terrace, Kilkenny. DEVDiE—FOWLEB.—The engagement Is announced ot Marjorie E.. only daughter of Mr and Mrs. D. Devlne, Charra street. Hyde Park, to Leslie F., only son or Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fowler. Crozier avenue. Mitcham Park.
ENGAGEMENTS HENBY—JUNCKEN. —The engagement la announced of Tbelzna M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Henry, of 69 Mills street. Clarence Park, to Ernest C eldest son of Mrs. M. and the late Mr. J. M. E. Juncken. of 50 Rose street. Mile-End. O'CONNOR—POWEIA. —The engagement Is announced of Evelyn M., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Connor, 20 Dorset avenue. Colonel Light Gardens, to Harold C. (Ally), second son of Mrs. L. M- and the late F. C. Powell. 66 Wilpena terrace. Kilkenny. WOOLCOCK—RILET.—The engagement is announced or Olive Gladys, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A- H. Woolcock. of Grange, to Bernard Stanley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Riley. of Colonel Light Gardens. DEATHS ALLCHTN.—On the 31st August, at Largs Bay. Frederick (late Mount Gambier). be loved father of Laura and Frederick, aged BS yean. CLEGGETT.—On the Ist September, at pri vate hospital, George Edwin, beloved husband of Emily, and second son of late Robert and Elizabeth Cleggett. of Laura, SJL. aged 54. CBAGHAK.—On the 31st August, at bis residence. No. 3 Ashwin parade, Torrensville. Luke, dearly beloved nusbana of Elizabeth Martha Craghan. and father of Molly and Luke, aged 56 years. Rip. DURKD.'.—on the Ist September, at North Adelaide. S. Westall Durkin. third son of the late S. Westall Durkin, sen., of Southamp ton. England. HAGARTY.—On the 30th August, at her resi dence, 61 King street, Mile-End, Alvenah. beloved wife of the late Joseph Hagarty, and dearly loved mother of Doll, Ellen. Bert, and son-in-law Jock, and granddaughter Jean Rawson At rest. No mourning, by request. Melbourne papers please copy. LAPIDGE.—On the 28th August, at Carina. Victoria. Jack Holmes, eldest be loved son of George and Annie Lapidge. aged 20 years, result of accident. R.I.P. LIEBELT.—On the Ist September. ?t Mount Barker Juncti<m. Whilhelm Edward A. Ldebelt. of Uttlehampton, aged 72 years. At MURPHY.—On the 31st August, at the Children's Hospital. Terrence Barrle. beloved Infant son of Mr and Mrs. P. B. Murphy <nee Coral Wlngate), of Hill street, CampbsUtotm. NEWMAN.—On the 31et August, at a pri vate hospital, Adelaide, George Frederick Vincent, loving husband of the late Jane Newman, late of Chain of Ponds, leaving five sons and four daughters to mourn their sad loss. Aged 75 years. PRICE.—On the 31st August, at private hospital. Edith Rose, the younger daughter of G. and E. Price, of Tusmore. PAXTON.—On the Ist September, at his residence. O'Brien street. City, William Henry, dearly beloved brother of J. Paxton (suddenly). PEECE.—On the 30th August, at Rose Park. Arthur Cureton Feece. late 15 Kensington ter race. Norwood. Aged 72 years. PBINGLE.—On the 31st August, at his re sidence. 22 Thames street. Clarence Park, James Moran Pringle. Aged 79 years. POTTS.—On the 1st September, at Bleasdale, Langhorne's Creek, Alice Elizabeth, widow of Frank Potts. Aged 65 years. BATMOXD.—On the 29th August, at his late resident. Stirling terrace. Wallaroo Mines, John, beloved husband of Caroline Raymond and loving lather of Mrs. J. Lawrence. Mrs. A. G. Ncrman, Mrs. C. Parker. Sid. Pastor Roy. Harold, and Claude. Agm £1 years. SMITH.—On the Ist September, at the Jamestown Hospital (after a short illness). Roy Stanley, beloved husband of Ernie Smith, and loving father of Gwenda. Mjrjory and Betty, and brother of Angus. Adelaide and Ross. Mount Pleasant. Aged 41 years. Late Postal Inspec tor's Department. Jamestown. TCOHT.—On the Ist September. Thomae Shephen Tudhy (late Sub-Inspector of Police), dearly beloved husband of Mary Ger trude Tuohy. 110 King William street. Kent Town, aged 84 years. Requiescat in pace. WEISS.—On the 31st August. John Louis, the dearly beloved elder son of Mr. and Mrs Frank L. Weiss, of Derwent avenue. Rostxevor. aged 10 years and seven months. Safe in the arms of Jesus. WADEY.— On the 31st August, at hU resi dence, 143 Pars terrace, Wayville. Charles, the dearly beloved husband of Henrietta A. L. Wadey. and loving father of Perce. George. Stan. Violet, and the late Harold, in his eighty third year. FOB FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 4 HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR PATE&SON.—-In fond remembrance of our dear son and brother. T^ttttW (Sergeant) A. L. Paterson, 27th Battalion, killed at Mont St. Quentin, 2nd September. 1918. We cherish still with love sincere. Sweetest memories ot one most dear. Tngprtffd. by £ath€i*. nxotbex. sisters nod brother. IN MEMORIAM AMEY.— In loving memory of our d?sr ""i" who passed away September 2nd. 1930. You have taken your last long Journey, mother. In God's ship called Rest; Away from this world of sorrow. To a home of eternal rest. —Inserted by her Io?ng daughter tuid ssb in-law. Hilda and Gordon fiobey. end son Bill and EUy. and grandchildren. BATES.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the Ist Septem ber. "God's greatest giit—our mother." —Inserted, by her loving daughter and son in-law, Ethel, Epen. and family. BENGTEIX.—In sad but loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away (suddenly), 2nd September. 1933. We who loved her truly know How much we lost just two years ago In our memories treasured ever Are the happy days we spent together. With loving memories fond and true. Wife and mother, we think of you. —-Inserted by "<?** sorrowing husbana and son, Stanley. BISHOP.—In loving memory of onr dear mother and grandma, who passed away on the 2nd September, 1931. We have only one beautiful memory To remember our whole life through; But its sweetness will linger for ever. As we treasure the memory of you. Inserted by her loving son. Rue, daughter in-law. Ethel, grandchildren, and great-grand children. BISHOP.—In loving memory of our dear gran, who passed away on the 2nd September. 1931. Time passes on, but memories stay. —Inserted by her loving granddaughter. Nell, and great-sranddaughter. Nancy. BRANDON.—A tribute to the memory of mother, who fell asleep September Ist. 1931. —Always remembered by her loving son. Leon- ERATLEY. John M. —Sacred remembrance of our dear husband, father end grandpa, who passed to the higher life, Ist September, 1932. Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away, goodnight. —Inserted by his loved ones. DALWOOD.—A tribute ot love to Ibe cherished memory of mother, called home on the 2nd September. 1930. To live In hearts we love is not to die. —Inserted by Dulde. Maziorie. Dad. and families. DALWOOD.—In loving memory of mother and grandma, who passed away 2nd Septem ber. 1930. "In silence we remember." —Inserted br loving son. Hurtle, and Gladn. ELLIOTT.—In loving memory of our dear mother, wbo passed away on Ist Septembei. 1933. Lovingly remembered. —Inserted by her loving eon and daughter in-law and family. EDWARDS. —In loving memory of my dear daughter, Annie, who passed away on the Ist September. 1932. A lonely thought, ft silent tear Keeps dear Annie's memory ever sear. —Inserted by her loving mother. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear sister. Annie who passed away on the Ist September, 1932. We treasure still, with love sincere. A beautiful memory of one so dear. —Inserted by her laving brother and sister-in law, Keith, Mavis, and John. EDWARDS.—In loving memory ot my dear sistei. Annie, who died on the Ist Septem ber. 1932 Love's greatest gift—remembrance. —By her loving sister and brother-in-law. Vera. Bert, and Bruce. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear sister *wntfl who passed away on the Ist September. 1932. We treasure still with love sincere. Beautiful memories of Annie so dear. —Inserted by her loving brother and sister in-law. Harold and Ive. FARBEB In loving memory of our dear son and grandson. Barton John, who passedl away 2nd September, 1933. Loving memories, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. —Inserted by his loving mother and father, sister, and brothers, and grandparents.
IN MEMORIAM FREEMAN.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on the 2nd September, 1934. Rest or., dear mother, your troubles are o'er. Your loving hands shall toil no more; In silence you suffered and patiently bore. Till Ood called you home to suffer no more. —Inserted by her loving husband and family. FREEMAN—In loving memory of our dear sister, who passed away on the 2nd Sep tember. 1934. Resting where no shadows Jail. In perfect peace she waits us all. God will clasp our broken chain. As one by one we meet again. —Inserted by her loving sister and brothers GILES.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 2nd Septem ber. 1930. Sweetest of memories never fade. Of one I loved, but coald not save. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law. Mary and Clem Harvey. Mallala. HET3.JUS. Charles.—ln loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed to rest 2nd September. 1330. "To memory dear."—lnserted by bis loving wife and children. HEATH.—In loving memory of a clear wife and mother, who passed away on the 2nd September. 1933. Resting where no shadows fan. In perfect peace she awaits us all; God will daip the broken chain. As one by one we meet again. —Inserted by her loving husband and child ren. HAILSTONE.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away Ist Septem ber. 1933. Just a memory, fond and true. To show dear Frank. I think of Ton. —Inserted by his loving wife. HAILSTONE.—In loving memory ot onr dear father, who passed away Ist September. 1333. Not lust today, bnt every day In silence we remember. —Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law, Harry and Clorry. HAILSTONE. —In loving memory of our dear fattier and grandfather, who passed away on the Ist September. 1933. Silver hair and heart of gold. One of the best this world could hold. —Inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law, grandson. Virtue. Ted. and Bon. HASSIE.—In loving memory of our dear Pearl, who passed away 1st September. 1924 We always have memories, dear Pearl, of you. —Inserted by her loving mother sister, and brothers. KEMP. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who departed this life on Ist September. 1929. —Ever remembered by her loving husband, daughter and brother. Carl. KILMABTIN. —in loving memory of my deer brother. William, who passed away at Bowden. September 2nd. 1916. Be bad a nature you couldn't help loving. A heart that was purer than gold; To those that knew and loved him. TTii memory will never grow old. —Inserted by his loving sister, brothcr-ln law. and niece. Beatrice. Boyce, Delmar Savers. KAY.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Jack, woo passed away on the 2nd September, 1932.—Inserted by his lov ing mother, father, sister, and brother. MARTEIX. —In sad but loving memory of dad died1 2nd September, 1334 (accident. Gaw- Icr road I. —Inserted by his wife. son. Raymond, and Rita, daughter-in-la?\ late Largs Bay. Au revoir. Harry. Resting where no shadows fall. MAKGITICH. —In loving memory of our dear wife asri mother, who passed away Sep tember 2nd. 1922. Two little words, not hard to write. But ones we'll remember all our lives— Our mother. Inserted by her loving husband and children. MORAN. In loving memory of our beloved father and grandfather, Peter Moran. who passed away on the 2nd September. 1934. May his soul rest in peace. Bemembered by Peter. Hilda. Annie, Mary. MORAN.—In loving memory at my dear father Peter Moran. who passed away on September 2nd, 1934. Eternal rest grant unto him. O lord. And may his soul rest in peace. —Inserted by bis loving son. Frank Moran, 61 Rose street, Mile-End. MORAN In loving memory of father, who passed away on the 2nd September, 1334. —Ever remembered by his loving son. Gerald, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren. MEANEY.. —In loving memory ot our dear husband and father, who died on the 2nd I September, 1934.—Inserted by his loving wife and children. Margaret. Pat. Eileen. Agness, Michael, and Molly. MILLER. —In loving memory ol my dear husband and father, who died on the 2nd September. 1924. Good was his heart, his love was true. Loved and respected by all be knew. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. MELVOLE.—In loving memory of Mildred May, loving wife of J. H. Melville, laid to rest Ist September. 1932. Mother of Keith and Joan. Till the day dawns. O'NEILL.—In loving memory of our deal husband and father. William Patrick, who passed away at Glenelg. 2nd September. 1931. One by one our dear ones leave us. And our sad hearts wonder why; But we have Cod's assurance. We shall meet them by and bye. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. BOWLUiG.—In loving remembrance or our dear wile end momer. who parsed away on the 2nd September, 1928. Dearer to memory than words can tell Xs the one we losl acd loved so well. Deep down in our hearts, with love dear. Your memory, dear mother, for ever will dwell. —Inserted by her loving husband and family. EABONE.—In loving memory of deai mother, who passed away on Ist Eeptembei, 1930.—Inserted by Dudley. Ted. and Ernie SCOTT. —In loving memory of Allen, dearly loved son of Emilie E. Scott, passed away 2no September. IS2O. Always remembered. SAXERS—In loving memory or my dear lamer, who passed away at Adelaide. Sep tember Ist. 1927. Beloved, longed for always. Too deany ioved to ever forget. —Inserted by his loving son. daughter-in law, and granddaughter, Boyce, Beat, Delmar Sayers. SCRUTTON.—In loving memory of dear Frank, who passed away on the 2nd Septem ber. 1933. Though the years are passing by, Loving memories linger still. —Inserted by his loving wife and little daugh ter Margaret. SCRUTTON.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Frank, who passed away on the 2nd September, 1933.—Ever remembered by his loving parents, sisters and brother. WATTCHOW.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on the Ist September. 1934. Also of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on Sth September. 1933. Peacefully sleeping. —Inserted by their loving son ami daughter in-law, Ted and Alona, and grandchildren. VTATTCHOW.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 4th of Sep tember. 1933. Also our dear father, who passed away on the Ist or September. 1934. So dearly loved, so sadly missed.—lnserted by their danghter. Winnie, and granddaughters. Lorna and June. WATTCHOW.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away at Cadell on September Ist. 1934. —Inserted by his son. Harry, and daughter in-law, May. WERNER. 2nd September.—lv loving re membrance of my dear nusbacd, who departed this life at Ambleside, four years ago today. 1 trust in God to meet again. Where parting Is no more. —His beloved wife. Maria. WHITELAW.—In loving memory of our dear Colin, who passed away on the 2nd September. 1930. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. - —Inserted by bis father, mother, brothers and sisters. WHITE.—In loving memory of our dear father. George White, who passed away at Bcynella on the Ist September. 1933. —Inserted by his loving daughters Edith. Amy, and Lina, and their families. * WILES.—In loving memory of our dear mother and sister, Alice, who passed away Ist September. 1934. —Ever remembered by children and sisters. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory ol darling Nancy, who passed away on the Ist Septem ber, 1931. Tears of love can never wake her From ber peaceful sleep. —Inserted by her loving auntie and uncle Nora and Fred. WISDOM.—in loving memory of onr dear mother, who passed away at Adelaide on the Ist September. 1933. Memory is a golden chain That binds us till we meet again. —Ever remembered by her loving husband. son and daughter-in-law, Alf and Grace and grandchildren.