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- BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS Announcements rTnni*T this fiparting must be authenticated by the r?nn and address of the sender, snd &re Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Six peace each when not exceeding five lines: over five lines Sixpence per line. Oeatn Advertisements In which a Funeral Announcement Is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements namely:—The mini mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively in Memoriam ana Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcements jngagemenis and Approaching Marriage and Marriage Notices require the signa ture of both Darties concerned. BIRTHS CULVERHOUSE.—On the 19th May, at St. Leonards, Bucks, England, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Culverhouse —a daughter. CROSS.—On the 22nd May, at Monreith Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cross, Stannington avenue, Toorak East— a son. Thanking Dr. Rex Plummer and Sisters Palce and. Copley. CLARKE.—On the 22nd May, at Glenelg Private Hospital, High street, to Mr. and Mrs. Garnet S. Clarke (nee Agnes Burns). 20, Jervois street. Et. Leonards —a daugh- ter. Both well.   GEYTENBEEK.—On the 18th May, at McBride Hospital, to the wife of E.   Geytenbeek—a son. MANNERS (nee G. Colliver).—On the 21st May, at Hose Park Private Hospital, to Mr. and. Mrs. G. Manners, of Crafers— a daughter. ROCHE.—On the 19th May, to the wife of John D. K. Roche—a daughter.   SUTTON.—At Wolverton Private Hospi- tal, to Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sutton, of Sema- phore—a daughter (Patricia Rose). Both well. No visitors seven days. GOLDEN WEDDING SALLIS—PROUSE.—On the 23rd May, 1933, at Charles street, Norwood, by the Rev. E. T. Burgess, Edward, Edward E., eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Sallis, to Ada Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Prouse, South Melbourne. Present address. First avenue, South Payneham. SILVER WEDDING GUBBIN—BIGGS.—On the 23rd May, 1908, at Unley, William, eldest son of Mrs.   and the late W. Gubbin.,of Kilburn, to   Winnifred Rose, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Biggs, of Goodwood. Present address, 29, Park terrace, Bowden. APPROACHING MARRIAGE SEAMAN—RUTH.—The marriage of Hilda M., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Seaman, McLaren Vale, to Clifton T. E., youngest son of Mr. T. and the late Mrs. Ruth, Birdwood, will be celebrated in McLaren Vale Congregational Church on Saturday, May 27, 3.30 p.m. Relatives and Friends cordially invited. No reception. ENGAGEMENTS HEWETT—TOY.—The engagement is an- nounced of Kathleen M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kewett, of Bordertown, to Cecil W., only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Toy, of Cowandilla. RANDELL—PROSSER.—The engagement is announced of Madge, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Randell, of Mannum, to John William (Jack), second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Prosser, of Nildottie.   SYMON'S—POLGREEN.—The engagement is announced of Muriel M., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Symons, Hackney road, St. Peters, to Thomas W., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Polgreen, of Nalyappa. TOLLY—MARSHALL.—The engagement is announced of Kathleen Irene, elder daughter of Mrs. C. Tully, Barnard street, North Adelaide, to James M., only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Marshall, Maclagan avenue, Allenby Gardens. YARD—WILLIS.—The engagement is an- nounced of Myra Palfry only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yard, of Blight street, Croydon, to Clifford William, younger son of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. Willis, of Auburn. DEATHS. ATKIN.—On the 20th May, at his resi- dence, Belalie North James Scotric, de- voted husband of Eliza Elizabeth Atkin, and loving father of Anzac. DEEBLE.—On the 22nd May (suddenly), at the residence of her uncle, Mr. J. H. Rundle, No. 47, Penang avenue, Colonel Light Gardens, Rosie. the dearly beloved wile of Ernest William Deeble, and loving mother of Marie, aged 28 years. Resting. DUNHAM.—On the 19th May, at Pen- guin, Tasmania, Sergeant Thomas Dun- ham, No. 1040, 12th Battalion. A.LF.,   brother of Wm. Durham, Largs Bay; after a long illness. EVANS.—On the 22nd May, at Upper Sturt, Annie Dolenia, beloved wife of Thomas Evans, aged 62 years. FRANKS.—On the 22nd April, at his home, Austral terrace, Malvern, Leslie Cartner, dearly beloved husband, of Mar- garet J. Franks. HERBERT.—On the 20th May, at 30, Penzance street, Glenelg, Sydney Welling- ton, beloved husband of Kate Herbert, aged 80 years. At rest. JOHNSTON—On the 12th May, at Ren- mark Hospital, Thomas Russell, beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth Johnston, father of Marina, Olive (Mrs. R. P Har- vey, Berri). Hurtle (Jamestown), Norman, aged 70 years. LYNCH.—On the 22nd May (suddenly) John Lynch, late of Broken Hill, loving husband of Elsie Lynch, of 1, Lindsay   avenue, Woodlands Park, aged 47 years. Requiescat in pace.   LITTLE.—On the 18th May, at her re-   sidence, Carey's Gully, Catherine, be- loved wife of Frederick William Little,   aged 66 years.  

DEATHS. MORRIS.—On the 20th May, at private hospital. Amelia Caroline, beloved wife of Henry Morris, of 78, Heniy etreet, Croy don. POOK.—On the 20ih May (suddenly). at her residence, Sarah Jane the dearly loved wife of George William Pook, of 25. Brandreth street, Tusmore. PHH.BEY.—On the 22nd May. at Ade laide. Violet EUie beloved wile of John Henry PhUbey. of SpaWlng. leaving three sons and five daughters to mourn their sad loss. Aged 44 years. God moves in a mysterious way. His wonders to perform. PERKY.—On the 19th May. at his resi dence. Helen street. Mount Gambier, Joseph, dearly beloved husband of Eliza beth Perry; aged 73 years. REID.—On the 6th May. at Pamatta. Carrieton, Brian Joseph, dearly beloved little son of Peter and Agnes Reid, lov ing grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reid, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walsh, and great grandson of Mrs. W. McEvoy and Mrs. B.   A. Walsh, aged 2 years 10 months. STOKES.—On the 21st May. at Wonna- minta Farm, Narrogin. W.A.. Caroline Ada, widow of Charles E. Stokes, aged 83 years.   TRELOAR.—On the 22nd May. at her   residence, 17, Payneham road. Joslin. Eva. dearly beloved wife of Arthur Treloar, aged 72.   WARLAND. — On the 22nd May, at Crys- tal Brook Hospital, Blythe Halley, dearly   beloved husband of Elsie Alma Warland, and only surviving son of A. H. and C. L. Warland, of Victor Harbour, aged 23 years. WARLAND. — On the 22nd May, at Crys- tal Brook Hospital, Blythe Halley, son of   Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warland, of Victor Harbour, aged 23 years.   WILLIAMS.—On the 14th May, at the Jamestown Hospital, the devoted husband   of Mary Jane, and loving father of JacS. David. Jane. Martha, Sarah, May, and Ull aged 96 years. FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 4 HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR HOLLIDAY.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Private Eric Holli-   day, killed in France on the 23rd May,   1918.—Inserted by those who loved him.   IN MEMORIAM ATKINSON.—In loving memory of Mavis, who died on the 23rd May, 1924. Ever re- membered. —Inserted by her Aunty Louie. ATKINSON.—In loving memory of our darling daughter, Mavis, died 23rd May,   1924, aged 9 years.   Sleep on, beloved. 6leep and take thy rest; We loved thee well, but Jesus loved thee best. —Inserted by mother, father, Eric, Jean, and grandma, M. Reid. BARBER.—In loving memory of dear   Max, who died on the 23rd May, 1931.   Just two years ago today,   Since angels called dear Max away.   R.I.P.   —Inserted by mother, father, sisters and   brothers.   BELL.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Albert, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1915. Time wears away the edge of grief, But memory turns back every leaf.   —Inserted by his loving wife and family.   COLEMAN.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who died on the 23rd May. 1931.   For her sweet rest, for us remembrance.   —Inserted by her sorrowing husband and   absent sons, Bernie and Bill.   COLEMAN.—In sad and loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on   the 23rd May, 1931.   So dearly loved, so sadly missed. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-   in-law, Babe, Buller, and little Ross.   COLEMAN.—In loving memory of my   dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd   May, 1931.   Oh, sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on   her soul,   Immaculate Heart of Mary, your prayers   for her extol. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Doll,   and family.   COLEMAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the   23rd May, 1931.   Resting where no shadows fall. In perfect peace she awaits us all. —Ever remembered by her loving son and   daughter-in-law, Tom and Stella.   COLEMAN.—In sad but loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May 1931   "No one knows the silent heartache. Only these can tell   Who have left their darling mother,   Without a last farewell."   —Inserted ay her loving daughter, son-   in-law, Mollie and Colin, grandsons, Colin   and Ken   COLEMAN.—In ever loving r.icmory o: ' our dear mother, who pax-oS sway a; Dulw-lch on the 23rd May. 1931. Ever re : msm'oered.—lnserted by her loving son. r Barucy, and Eullie Bud Jlaur;ce. CONNOR (Wm.) —In loving memory ol ; our dear husband, lather, and grand ' father, who passed away on the 23rd May. 1928.   Out in the siler.t graveyard. Where the gentle torches blow Lies the one we 10-.yd r-o dearly. Laid to res; five years ago. —Inserted by bis loving wllo. r;i:l<!7cn. and grandchildren. CROCKER.—In loving memory of my dr.ar Flster. Babe, who pa.-*ed away oi. 23rd May. 1932. A daily Thought, an cvrrlp.'tin? memor; —Inserted by hrr loving b:o:'.i.T and DALY—In loving memory of my dear   husband and farber. who pa.^-cd awsv on the 23rd May. 1923 But memory's so:d;.n chain Will link the n:mr>- of our love Until we mert cga;n. —Inserted by his loving wife and family.

IN MEMORIAM DALY. —In loving memory of our dear brother, Martin, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1928. God's greatest gift—Remembrance.   —Inserted by loving brothers and sisters. DALY.—In loving memory of my dear dad. who passed away on the 23rd May. 1928. The sweetest of memories, fond and true. Wit" clrvp.vs remain dear cad. of you. —Id;t:?I oy ha loving son Will. DALY. —In loving memory of dear dad. who passed away on the 23rd May, 1928. A rlu-iler of fond memories. Th? fondest our hearts can frame. We think of you always, dad. And love to mention your name. Ever remembered by Hilda and Dick. DANIEL —In loving memory of my dear w:;e. -?->.o passed away 23rd May, 1932.— Insert-."d 'Jy her loving husband. DANIEL. —In loving memory of our dear auntie who passed away at Adelaide, 23rd May 1932.—Inserted by Freda, Harold. little Stanley. DRING.—In loving memory of our little daughter. Shirlev. who passed away 23rd May, 1919. A treasured memory.—Inserted by her loving parents and sister. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear Owen, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1924. Her smiling face and cheerful ways Will linger with, us all our days. —Inserted by her loving father, mother, and sisters. ELLISON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1932. —Ever remembered by her daughter and son-in-law. Carrie and Joe. ELLISON. —In loving memory of mother, nrlio passed away at Crafers on the 23rd May, 1932. Her life was one whole sacrifice. Her heart was true and tender, You worked for those you loved, How could we but remember.   —Inserted by her son and daughter-in- law, George and Priscilla Ellison, Fullar-ton. GILES—In loving memory of Peter Nelson Giles, who died 23rd May, 1932. (Gramp.) God knew best. —Inserted by your loving daughter. Rose, and son-in- law, Lorrie, and family. GILES.—In loving memory of Peter Ncl=oi-.. who passed away on the 23rd May. 1932. Always remembered.—lnserted by his wife, daughter, son-in-law, Ivy, George. HARVEY.—In loving memory of my dear husband, John, who died on the 23rd May, 1931. Memory is the golden chain That binds until we meet aealn. —Inserted by his loving wife, Mabel. HIGGS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died 23rd May, 1932. Memory Is a golden chain That binds until wo meet again. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter. Charley and Ame. HIGGS.—In loving memory of dear mother, died 23rd May, 1932. Tears of love can never wake her From her rilent peaceful sleep. —Inserted by Ethel, Jack, Doug., Ken., Allan. HIGGS.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1932. Her smiling face and loving -ways Will linger with us all our days. —Insortsd by her loving daughter, Nell, ana grandson. Harold. IRVINE-—ln loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May. 1924—Ever remembered by Jean. Dora. Betty. Annie, and Jack. KNEALE (nee Halfpenny).—In memory of Violet, who passed away 23rd. ALay. 1929. Ever remembered.—lnserted by her mother, brothers and sister. KNEALE.—In loving memory of my dear wife. Violet, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1929. Ever remembered. —Inserted by her loving husband, Cyril. LANGE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life on the 23rd May, 1929. Lo-ing memories, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Meta and Jack. LANGE.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who departed this me on the 23rd May, 1929.—Ever loved and remembered by Mildred, Perce, Shirley, and Jack. MARTIN.—In loving memory of my dear wife, and mother of Will and Lorraine, six years today.—Inserted by Will and chil- dren. MARTIN. —In loving memory of dear Nellie, who passed away on the 23rd May, Not a day do we forget her. In our hearts she is always near; We who loved her sadly miss her As it dawns another year. —Inserted by her loving mother-in-law, father-in-law, and family. McMILLAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1919. I often think of days gone by When we were all together; And it is very hard to think That those days are gone for ever. —Inserted by her loving son and daugh- ter-in-law, Will and Lill, and grandchild- dren Madge, Alien, and Sylvia. McNAMARA.—In loving memory of our dear father. Michael McNamara, who died 23rd May, 1931. So dearly loved. —Inserted by his loving daughters. McRAE.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the 22nd May, 1927.—Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. MERRETT.—In loving memory of my dear wife, Rita, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1930.—Ever remembered by her loving husband. MERRETT (nee Hubert).—In loving memory of Blta. dearly beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hubert, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1930. A beautiful memory left behind.—Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hubert and family. MENSFORTH.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1930, at Adelaide. Sunshine passes, shadows fall. Loving memories outlast all. —Inserted by her loving sons and daugh- ters, Will, Les, and Lena, Madge. MICHALK.—In loving remembrance of our dear husband and father who passed away at Eudunda on the 23rd May, 1931. Patient sufferer, but how kind the hand That raised thee to a better land; We mourn, but not with bitterest grief. For death to thee brought sweet relief. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. MICHALK.—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1931. A wonderful father, so good and rare. The trials he went through few could bear; He was one of those fathers hard to find. —Inserted by his loving daughter, Clara, and son-in-law, Kenneth. MOSEL.—In memory of our husband and father, who died 23rd May, 1931.— Always remembered by his wife and family. PELTON.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 22nd May, 1930. "Time wears away the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf." —Inserted by his loving son, Harry, and daughter-in-law. PERRY.— In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who died on the 23rd May, 1932. Remembrance Is a golden chain. That links until we meet again. —Inserted by his daughter and son-in-   law. Olive and Will Duffield, and grand- sons. ROBINS.— Today recalls sad memories of mtiher, who passed away on the 23rd May. 1932. Calm and peaceful she is sleeping.   Sweetest rest has followed pain; When we think of how she suffered We would not wish her back again. —Inserted by her affectionate daughter Maisie and son-in-law Dan and grand- children. ROBINS. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1932. It is sweet to be remembered. And these few lines will show We hold you still in memory As the years may come and go. —Inserted by Harold and Thelma, and Victor. HOBINS —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away at Maylands on the 23rd May, 1932. Not a day do we forget you. In our hearts you are always near, We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year. —Inserted by Carrie and Dan, grand- children, Vic, Jeff, and Cynthia.   ROBINS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1932. Every day in silence we remember. —Inserted by Elsie, Herb, and Don. ROWNEY.—In loving memory of dear husband and father, died on the 22nd May, 1930. Silently he sleeps while others sigh, I i ?::.:y his r-eaceful head doth lie; ; L"r.:T<a in heaven. God"s glory to share. There ho is tree from all sorrow and care - Ir.t.-cd hy his loving wife, children. !"d ?:r2ndchr.d:en. SKINNER.—In loving memory of our dear George, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1932. One sad year of longing For a beautiful boy we lost; And only God in heaven knows What that parting cost. He was always singing and laughing. So happy and full of fun. We miss him, oh, how we miss him; But God's will must be done. —Sadly missed by mother, father, sisters   Mabel, Eileen, and brother-in-law Pat. SKINNER.—In loving memory of our dear brother George, who passed away on   the 23rd May, 1932— Ever remembered by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Alice     and Jim. s\mi*son.—!n '.ov'.ng memory o' our ij-nr iir.ir.tisu anrl ne-,hex. Jark who p:r--r<S G-.-ny on 'he 23rd May. 1923. Rrtt ::-..?; '.vherr ]-.o fhnc!.r.vs~ fall. j —Inserfd by his loving grandma, aunties and uncles. i

IN MEMORIAM SAMPSON.—III loving memory of our dear brother. Jack, who passed away on the 23rd May. 1929. Good was his heart, friendship sound. Lived and respected by all around. —Inserted by his loving brother and sis ter-in-law. Cliff and Doris SAMPSON".—In loving memory of dear old Jack, who passed away 23rd May. 1929. His smiling lace and lovi.*ig ways Will linper with us all our days. —Inserted by Biddy and Auntie May (Cadell). SAMPSON.—In loving memorr of our dear nephew and cousin. Jack, who passed away on 23rd May. 1929. You are not forgotten. Jack dear. Nor will you eve- be: As long as life and memory lasts We'll always think of thee. —Inserted by Ur.r.:e Wi"t, Auntie Etfce. and family. SAMPSON.—The dearly beloved son of W. R. Sampson, who departed this life on the 23rd May, 1929. This is a sad day of remembrance, Sad and bitter to recall. When one I loved was taken By a short and sudden call. —Inserted by his loving father. SAMPSON.—In loving memory of our dear friend. Jack, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1929. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. Earth's weary pain and suffering past. —Inserted by bis loving friends Frank and Vie. STANLEY. —In memory of father, who | died at Broken Hill. 23.-d May. 1931. Too far away your grave "To see j But not too far to think of thee. —Inserted by Winnie and Sis. STANLEY.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away at Broken BUI. 23rd May, X 931. Dearer to the memory than words can tell Are the thoughts of a father we loved so well. —Inserted by his daughter and eon-ln law, Linda and George. STANLEY.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed stray at Broken Hi"-:. 23rd May. 1931. Time wears away the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf. —Inserted by his loving wife. E. Stanley. STANLEY.—In loving memory of our father, who passed away on tiie 23r<l May, Broken Hill. With tender love and deep regret. We who loved you shall never forget. —Inserted by his daughters. Ivy. Sylvia. Dolly. SOPER.—In loving and sweetest memories of our darling child. Joyce Maude, who passed away at Cumberland. 23rd May. 1922. Never forgotten.—Msther. daody. Springbank. VOCKINS- —In loving memory of Beatrice Mabel Vockins. who died on the 23rd May, 1930.—Ever remembered by all VOCKINS (nee Sounders).—ln loving memory of dear mother -who died 23rd May. 1930. Memory, like 'the Ivy, clings.— Inserted by her loving daughter, son-in law. Kitty Kay. grandchildren. Margaret and *"" WAGNER^—In loving memory of Stan, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1931. The sweetest memories, fond and true. Will always remain. <Jear Stan, of you. —Ever remembered by IXck, Charlie, Stewart, Blanche, and Gladys. WAGNER.—A tribute to the memory of J. Stan Wagner, who passed away on the 23rd May, 1931. To memory ever <iear. —Inserted by his wife and son Malcolm -

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