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BIRTH, MARRIAGE, DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES
APPROACHING MARRIAGES SMITH—MANNERS—The marriage ol Ln vinia. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1 Smith, of Palme.-ston road. North Onley to Victor H.. youngKi son ol Mr. and the" late Mrs. Frank Manners, of T.ckcia. will ni solemnised at the Onley Methodist Ghu.-?n. Hyde Park, on Saturday, April 3rd. at 6.30 p.m. TONKIN—WOODS.—The marriage of Elizabeth, daughter of tbe late Mr. and Mns. W. Foster, to George, t-ldest w>n ol Mr and Mrs. E. Woods, ol Walkerville. ?U1 bf solemnised at St. Mathews Church of Ens land. Marryatviile. on the 3rd April, at 730 : p.m. Fnends and relatives cordially ini-i- I ted to ceremony.
Announcements tinder this beading must be authorised by the name and address or tbe sender, and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not , exceeding Bye lines: over five line* Six- : pence per line. Death Advertisements In which a Funeral ? announcement is mace are charged lor as ? If tbe Death and Funeral" were separate , announcements, namely — The Minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively I In Memonam and Death Advertisements con- ' taining reference to more than one deceased s are charged 2/6 each for each deceased a mentioned, as if they were distinct and 1 Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS BLfMJELL inee Patersom.—On tbe :sth llBrcJL at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Blundell—a son. Both well. CAWTHORXE inee Lily Dennis).—On the 23rd of March, at Lynette. to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cawthorne. of Waukaringa—a daugh ter (Judith Ann 1. DOWNS (nee Bishop).—On the 22nd March, at Rowan, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Downs— caugbter (Loretta Flom.ee 1. Both well. DENT.—On the 25th March, at Mc?nde Borne, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Dent—a son iHaroid William 1. Special thanks to Drs Broadbent and Wallman. matron and staff Mc?nde Home. No visitors seven days, please. EVANS <nee Tucteyi.—On the 25th Maich ?t Rowan, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Evans—l daughter. Special th?"!re to Dr. Magarey and nursing staff. LARCOMBE (nee May Reid).—on the 22nd March, at Bute Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Larcombe. of Alford—a daughter. Both well. O'HALLORAN inee Nila Wright).—On the 23rd March, at Rose Park Hospital, to the wife of W. G. O'Halioran —a son tJohn Wil liam I. Both well. ?WHITE (nee TUe'.ma Bootheyi.—On the 23rd March, at Warraweena Private Hasnitii. to Mr. and Mrs. c. A. White, ol Henley Park —a daughter (Ruth Valmaii. Special tbanki to Or. J. Rice and nossital staS. MABRIAGE TAIXORr—NICBOLLS.—On tbe 19tb March, at the residence ol tbe bridegrooms mother. 170 Bart street, Ethelton. by the Rev. French. W. J. i?ert). only son of Mrs. and tbe late G. R. Taylor, to Rita M, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Nicholls. ot Adelaide. SILVER WEDDINGS AXFORD—CADD.—On the 28th March, 1912, at Kadina, Edmund, son of Mrs. and the late Benjamin Axford, Bute, to Ella, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Cadd, Kadina. Present address, Bute. BLIGHT—TUCKER On the 28th March, 1912. at the Willowie Methodist Church, by the late Eev. Flood. Samuel, son or tbe late Mr. and Mrs. James Blight, Willowie, to Olive, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Toeker. WUlowlc, Present address: "Dudley House," Clare. ' BLAKCHARD—ROSE.—On tbe 30th March, 1912. at the woodebester Methodist Cnurcb. by the late Rev. John Diagle. Albert, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard. to Adelaide, youngest daughter of tbe late Mr. and Mrs. J. Rose, all of Mount Barker. Pre sent address—l 4 Byron road. Black Forest. CALOnEIX—PORTER.—On the 27tb March. 1912, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Stratbalbyn. by the late Rev. G. C. Lone. Hilda Frances, third dangbter of tbe late Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Porter, to John, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. Cald well, both of Stratbalbyn. HAND—JOHNS.—On the 27th March 1912, at tbe East Moonta Methodist Church, by the Rev. A. Hartlett, WUliajn G.. second son of Mrs. and the late Mr. S. J. Hand, to Ellen, second aangbter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Johns. Present address—4l Ambersi avenue. North Norwood. APPROACHING MARRIAGES AITKEN—STARLIKG.—Tbe marriage of Bessie eldest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. B. Aitken. of Asbford. to Ronald, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. Starling, of Pros pect, will be solemnised at Pule street Methodist Church. Adelaide, on Saturday. 3rc April, at 7 pjn. BARTRAM—BANDT.—The marriage of Gwen, youngest daugbter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bartram. of Prospect road. Prospect, to Beg- younger son ol Mr. and Mrs L. S. Bandt, of West Geelong. Victoria, will be solemnised at tbe'Prospect Nortb Methodist Church, on Saturday, April 3rd. at 7 p.m. BESANKO—FAVILLA. —The marriage of Dorothy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Besanko, of Wallaroo Mines, to Lewis, youngest son of Mr. A. D. G. and the late Mrs. Favilla, of Kadina, will be solemnised at the Wallaroo Mines Methodist Church on 3rd April, at 1 p.m. Friends and relatives cordially invited to ceremony. BROOKS—LEWIS.—The marriage ot Edna iS-, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs W Brooks, of FuUarton. to Frank M., youngest son of Mrs. Lewis and the late Mr. T. Lewis, of AdeUide. Kill be celebrated at St. Augustine's. Oaley, on Saturday. 3rd April, at 7 pjn. Friends and relatives cordially Invited to ceremony. CATFORD—GOLDNEY.—The marriage ol Era May. daughter of Mrs. J. and the late Mr. J Catford. of 75 Swalne avenue. Rose Park, to Herbert H- youngest son ot the late Mr. and Mrs W. A. Goldney, Balaklava. will be solemnised at Gartrell Memorial Chcicb, Bose Park, on April 3rd. at 7 pjn. CUTHBERT—SKEWES.—The marriage of Barbara, second daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. J. Cuthbert, of Dundee, Scotland, to Cecil J., second son of Mrs. and the late Mr. S. Skewes, of Angas road, Lower Mitcham, will be solemnised at Cottonville Church of Christ, on the 3rd April, at 7.15 p.m. CBOSBIE—COZENS.—The marriage of Jean, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Crosbie. of Dulwicb. to George, eldest son of Mrs. Cozens, of Black Rock, trill be solemnised at Gartrell Memorial Church, at 7.30 p.m. on the 3rd April GAUNT—ROWLANDS.—The marriage of Myra Doreen. only daugbter of Mrs. and tbe late Ml. W. Gaunt, of Prospect, to Wil liam Henry, eldest eon of Mr. and Mrs. Row lands, of Prospect, will be solemnised at St. Cuthbert's Church. Prospect, on Saturday. 3rd April, at 7.30 pjn. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No receo tlon. " GILL—DIGHTON.—The marriage of Uoda. youngest dangbter of Mr. J. GUL of Glenels. to Eric, youngest son of Mrs. G. Dighton. of Fort Augusta West, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church. Adelaide. on 31st March, at 7.30 p.m. All friends and rela tives cordially invited to ceremonr. GILL—LANG.—The marriage ol Valeric, younger daughter of Mrs. and tbe late Mr. T. C. Gill, of 3 Muriel street. Prospect, to Dud ley, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J Lang. of :4 Ascot avenue, Dulwicb. will be solem nised at St. Cnthbert's Church. Prospect on Saturday. 3rd April, at 7 pjn. GREEN — ANGEL.—The marriage of Lorna M.. younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs ti. A. Green, of Bute, to Clifford F. Angel, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Angel, of Largs Bay, will be solemnised at the Bute Methodist Church on Saturday. 3rd April, at 5.30 D.m. HOLMAN—NINNIS The marriage of Flo- Tence, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holman. of Baker's road. Richmond, to Thomas, only son of Mr. end Mrs. J. Nlnnis. of Kensington, will be solemnised at St. James's Church. Mile-End, on Saturday, the 27th March, at 7 pjn. Friends and relatives cor dially invited to reremony. No reception. Future address—Windsor. Victoria. LLOYD—BATES.—The marriage of Melva, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lloyd, of Adelaide, to Stan, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bates, of Broken Hill, will be solemnised at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral, on Wednesday. 31st March, at 7 p.m. Rela tives and friends cordially invited to ceremony No reception. LOVE—DEVERSON.—The marriage ot He!? Beth. onl7 child of Mr. and Mrs. W. Love. of Third avenue. Alberton East, to Kenneti William, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs W. Deverson. of Fourth avenue. Alberton East, will be solemnised at St. George's Church. Alberton. on 3rd ADril. at 7 p.m. Relatives and friends cordially Invited to ceremony. No recention. McKENNY—HARRIS.—TJ-.e marriage of Eve, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs G W. McKenny. of Murray Bridge, to Albert ? Harris, son of Mrs. F. E. Riley. Rnrus River. N.S.W.. will be solemnised at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Murray Bridse. on Ist cordially Invited to ceremony. No reception. MOORE—BIGGS.—The marriage of Ethel Freda, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Meore. of Unlcy. to Edward, only son or Mr. and Mrs. S. Biggs, ol P?rk?ide. will he solemnised at Young Street Baptist Church. Parkside. on 3rd April, at 7 p.m. Relatives pnd friends cordially invited to ceremony. Nn NORCOCK—McMAHAN—The marrlase of Mary Rita iMollyi. eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. Norcock. Stockade Reserve, to John Patrick, eden jen of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. McMahan. Hicdmarsb. wOI be solemnised at St. Saviour's Church. P>;rt road. hii.d aarsh. on Wednesday. 31st March, at 8 p.m O'CONNOR—COX—The marriage of Lil lian M, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor, of Buxton street, Yatala. to Wil liam A., second son of Mre. and the late Mr Cox. of Portland road. Portland, will be solemnised at the Alberton Bantist church on Saturday. 3rd April, at 6.45 p.m. PACKER—RIDLEY.—The marriage ot Ha. zel. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs A E. Packer, Highbury, to Eric, younicst son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Ridley. Torrensville. will be solemnised at the Methodist Church. Campbelltown. Saturday. 3rd April, at 7 p.m PALMER—DOMAN-—The marriage or Emma E.. youngest daugbter of Mr. F and the late Mrs. F. Palmer, of Stirling West. 10 Gilbert P.. second son of Mr. ana Mr?. J. Dcman. of Penola. will be cel-brr;ed al =c,,, 5 3rd. ar 7 p.m. REID—CRONIN—The marriage of Kathe- rine, third daughter of Mr. J. and the late Mrs. Reid, of Boolcunda East, to Michael, second son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Cronin. of Jamestown, will be solemnised at St. Peter Claver's Church. Dulwich. on Monday, March 29th, at 9 a.m. No reception.
ENGAGEMENTS BAIN—PATTERSON. The engagement is announced of Rhoda I., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bain, to Harry J. only son of Mr. and Mrs T. C. Patterson, both of Williamstown. BELL—ANNELLS.—The engagement is an nounced of Jean Phyllis, oniy daughter of Mi. and Mrs. J. H. Bell. Hartland avenue. Black l-'orest. to Stanley James, third son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Annell?. Springbank road. Colonel Light Gardens. CANAVAN—DAWSON.—The engagement is announced of Eileen M.. only child ol Ada and the late T. M. Canavan. to Walter F. tried), second son of W. G. and me late Rose Daw^on. of Alberton. CHANNON—BBOUKMAN.—The engage ment is announced ol Audrey C elder daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs- W. J. Channon. of JU oerton. to Les H_ younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Brookman. of Queenstown. DAVIS—McADAM.—The engagement is an nounced of Joyce, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. s. W. Oavis. of Karacoorte. to Bill, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. McAdam. of Penola, DEED—WILLIAMSON.— The engagement Is announced of Eillenn Annie. youngest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. Deed, ot Edwardstown. to Ernest A., eldest son of Mr. and Miss. J. Williamson, of Goodwood, formerly of Sum mertown. DUTHIE—RICHARDSON.—The engage- ment is announced of Gweneth Lomas, second daughter ol Mrs. M. A. and the late Mr. Arch Duthie. of Day's, road, Kilkenny, to Jonathan Robertson (Jack). only son of Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Richardson, of Downer street Kilkenny. FOWLER—BUTLER.—The engagement is I announced ol Melba A., fourth daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fowler, ol P.ympton. to William Eraest. only son of Mr and the late Mrs. W. R. BuUer. of Gleuelg. FIELDEN—HARVEY_The engagement is ANNOUNCED of Eileen Margaret Fielden. of King street, Mile-End, to Bernard Richard Harvey, of Semaphore. -. GOBLE—norley —The engagement Is an nounced of Doreen P.. eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Goble, of 4 Kent road. Kent Town, to William F. <BUl|. youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. H. R. NorSy. formerly of Kensington. HOLLOBAY— ADAMS—The engagement its announced cf Dorotey, granddaughter of the late Dr. Robert Hollowly, of Portsmouth England, to Lawrence St. John eldest son Voi Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Adams, of Prospect. INGHAM—SCRUTTON.—The engagement is announced of Gwen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. G. Ingham, of Cambridge terrace, Mal vern, to Cyril, son of Mr. and Mrs A. A. Scrutton, of Edmund avenue, Unley. JACKSON—GOUDGE.—The engagement is i announced of Gwen. second daughter of Mrs [and the late Mr. W. H. Jackson, of Brompton. ic Frank, eldest son of Mr. and Mrf E Goudge. of Hindmarsh. JAMIESON— BROWN.—The engagement v announced of Margaret E_ younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D B Jamieson of Em/in street. Redfern. to James H?^S,nd son J? ilr. and Mis. A. Brown, of Eaton street. BM fern. KAY—It HUE.—Tbe engagement is an nounced or NelUe. twin daughter of Mrs A and the late Mr. Robert Kay of BaUantvnr STS 2S*S Pa£- if S?*? lS; CarrondJiSn While, of Rose street. Kmx>—FERRIS.— The engagement is an- SS-U^ m Cx'^' fty- ?ungai d? gbfer of ar. and Mrs. T. C. Kitto. ol El Augusta street He.msdale^ to Charles Alfred, son of M?. and Mrs. C. Ferns, of 15 First avenue. Helmsdale LE POIDEVDC—BOWEY The engagement ? *nn,? lmi ed . <=f Dorothy Grace ?Dolly,. Fo.deym of Flaxiey. to Lance Allan, youngest son^ol Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Bowey. of Maccles.- LAWRENCE:—WIUJAMS.—The engagement ? .2" J 1?- R- B- I*?Tence. of Croydon to Ronald, fourth son ol Mrs. and the late mV Alan Williams, of Brompton Park. MTLLEE— MOISE-—The engagement te sn ??"??*?? of"*- younges? dlSfSfeTof M? a£j ffi£J? te, I JSS- E- *- "alw. "I Grassmere. to i^MSy?e.^fD^fu£a rm.' nd "" MrS" MCDONNELL—WATTS.-The engagement is announced of Eileen G. ,Babs). *ldfsll£ugnter i hMrV and Mrs- McDonnell, of Adelaide to Wa?ts. J-of y??d nsal o e! 0n ?f "* "" Mls" D- C NAGEL—HEDLEY.—The engagemert Is an nounced of Gwendoline S.. only daughter ol M/?i!i lmd phe i2 le *"?? A" c- NaBeL Maitland S^^pSiSSr ??oX *"? and"" G- E PAEKEK—WHICKEE Toe engagement i* Mrs H. Parker, of Penningtbn. to Stephen^ ggJgfSJ?" of ***- ?* W. Whlcter. of PFEIFFER—FIELKE.—The engagement is announced of Freda E. Pfeiffer, second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pfeiffer. Tanunda. to A. Lorenz Fielke, eldest son of Mrs and the late Mr. P. Fielke, Mount Torrens. RATTEW-CALDER - the engagement is announced or Doreen. elder daughter of Mr and MRS J A Rattew- Burnside road. Com: m? t RS?ttW' 2 nly ?>n of the late ii?. 2nd .E; 9 aWer- and grandson of Mr. "eSstnWol 1* L M?Baret street" RAWUNGS—GBEGOHY.—The encasement I2W£ g Mwti^L SST2 CoUn W.. fourth son of Mr. F. Gregory. Gur? ?~S£msS£??L3rES£r Si iJfni^ JO**' C" wm^ms- of St. Peters? aSSKSMg^fc. assrs aAWBBS^K t^Geo^e.^ung: a rdge^of^inoiia^l! ?<l Ihe ?* M?s" READ—CAVANAGH.—The engagement is announced of Beryl, mlrd daughter oi Mr and Mrs. B. P. Read. Balaklavi. to HarrT SSSS*."S.SMIff J- s- "d the ??? "": SSISSSrJ-Af?"- ?l " 8ni"? terra?" SPRY—ROSS.—The engagement U. an iTT'snrV D?f rt P Mar- *W? daughter" of Mr. J spry of Palmer. to Albert Victor ifSnbSSf son OI Mr" "" Mls p- *?? TRELOAR—HOUSTON.- The engagement is announced of Ada youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tekie, of Prospect to Alan only son of Mrs. W. Harvey of Adelaide and the late Arthur Smee. WYATT-NORTHEAST.-The engagement is announced of Gladys, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wyatt, of Lavinia street, North Woodville, to Arthur Thomas, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Northeast, of Addison road, Rosewater Gardens. WRIGHT-PICKEN.-The engagement is announced of Annabel (Girlie), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright, of Port Lincoln, to Will, younger son of Mrs. J Picken of Solomontown. BIKTHOAVS Birthday greetings are extended to the under mentioned members ol the Children's Hos pital Buthday League. All communications regarding birthdays in this column must Hi addressed to the Lay Superintendent Chil dren s Hospital. North Adelaide. Minimum insertion lee. 2/6. Mr. A. E. Kenney. Kent rd.. Kent Town. Rose Dittmar. Bianchetown Rnnda Noyce. Clements Gap. Valma OBnen. West ter. Quorn Graham B Pomery, Gaisa. Jack Crdarblade. P:per si.. Broken HilL 28/3/37 Mr. Ja 6 . Forgie. Kinc St.. Gawler. Mrs. A W. Murdock. Warooka i Mervyn Kutclicr. Wallaroo Mines Kenneth Kobclt. Yadnarie I Miss Eva WaftcU. Mount Lofty DEATHS BEAGLnr—On the 25th March isuddcnlyi George Hiram James, ceariy beloved husband of Charlotte Mary Beaglcy. ol 4 Henry street North Croydon. leaving seven sons and four ' daughters to mourn their sad loss Aged 71 years. BROWN.—On 25th March, at Adelaide Hos -1 pttal. Erroll Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of Clarence George Broun, and loving mother .of Etfoll and Joe. of 83 West street. Brompton . Aged 38 years. GOULD.—On the 25th March, at a private hospital, Ellen Louisa (Nellie) the dearly be loved only daughter of Frank and Eliza Gould, of Railway Station, Nairne, loving sister of Jack, Frank, and Jim, aged 19 years and 5 months. Hospital. Rudolph Paul beloved ' husban<J a. :' May Jac?er. of tH Chatham road. Re&wlck. and year* A caticnt sufirrer at rest. JKrrERY.—On the 21M March, ar 10 Green L'.mreet. Bromolon. Elizabeth Jrfferv brloved I mother of Mrs W E. Curnoi. 16 Torrens LEWIS-On the 25th March. at her late resedence. 13 Stanley street, Woodville. Mary Jane, beloved wife of James Llewellyn Lewis.
DEATHS HADIGAN. Ciss.—On the 241b March, daughter of the late Peter Goldner and Mrs. Goldner. 71 Archer .-treel. North Adelaide, lortng sister of Jack. Peter. Ted. Main. Delia. MUIB On the 26th March iresult ol ac cident i. William, dearly beloved husband ol Eleanor Elizabeth Muir. late ol Broken HIIL and lot-ing lather ol William and Hon. aced 54 years. ROBERTS.—On the 21st March, at me home ol Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Cameron 73 Balaclava road. Ca-jllield. Richard Frederick Robert*, cf Kernsdale. Strath Creek, late of Baangal. Skipton. the dearly beloved husband ol Kathleen. TRIMMER. —On the 26th March (suddenly), at 4 Price Crescent, Lower Mitcham, Percival Haynes, beloved eldest son of Eliza and the late Ernest Trimmer, late 43rd Batt., and 11th A.L.T.M. Battery, 11th Brigade, A.I.F., aged 52 years. YOUNG.—On the 26th March, at her late residence, 34 Maud street, Unley, Louisa, re lict of John Percy Young, aged 58 years. Rest after weariness. HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR FRASER.— In loving memory ol Sergeant Kenneth A. Fraser. No. 3750. 52nd Battalion. A.1.F., ol Foresiville. killed in action in Prance on the 27th March. 1917. IN MEMORIAM ADAH. —In lovmi memory of our dear eon ana brother. Duncan, who passed away 28ll) March. 1936. Sweel is, the memory that never fades. Of one we loved and could not save —Inserted by his loving lather, mother, oro thers. Leslie and Peter. APPLEBEE. —In fondest memory of dear mother, who died 28tb March. 1934. There is one who thinks of you. mother. And shed many a silent tear: There !f one who will never forget you. As we enter the fourth sad year. —Ever remembered by Sarah. Herb., family. APPLEBEE. —In loving memory of our dear mother. who passed mv on the 2Eth Match. 1934. Just a sad and dear remembranctt. And a memory, fond and true: Just a token cf affection And a heartache still lor you. Your memory will be cherished. And we love to speak your name: In life we loved you dearly. In death ye. do the same, dear mother —Sadly missed by ber loved ones. MyrUe. Fred.'and Family. APPLEBEE.—In loving memory of our dear grandmother, who pasted away on the 28U> March. 1334. You are not forgotten. CTandmother dear- As true love never dies; The dearest soot on earth to us Is "There our dear grandmother lies. —Sadly missed by her loved ones. Dick and Kathleen. APPLEBEE.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 28th March. 1931. They say that time will heal the wound. And teach me to forget; But time to far has only proved Bow much I miss you yet. —Inserted by her loving daughter. Ports. APPLEBEE.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on the 2Sth March. 1934. The rolling stream of lire rolls on. Bui still the vacant chair. Recalls the love, tbe voice, the smiles Of the one who once sat there. Her days cl pain and weary bours. Her sleepless nights are pasted. She suffered as God only knows. But found sweet rest at last. —Inserted by her loving husband, J. Applebee. BAEEB.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who pacsed away on tbe 27th Marco. 1934. A beautiful memory she left behind. Of a loving mother, true and kind; We that loved her will never forget. In our memory you are with us ypt. —Inserted by her loving son. Clive. and aaughter-ln-law. Gwen. BAKEB.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on the 27th March. 1934. at Murray Bridge. You are always in our hearu, dear mother. Sweet thoughts of you we keep: Although three years have passed away. Our grief is just as deep. —Inserted by her loving husband. Ted end Ruby, Bill. Cyril and Jean, of Murray Bridge. CASSIDY.—In loving memory ot our dert father. Michael Cassidy. who passed away on the 27th March. 1930. Dear lathsr. w nave missed yon. Thoughts of you are always near. We who loved you sadly miss you As 11 dawns another year. —Inserted by Tom. Dolly, and Clesa. COSGROVE.—In loving memory of our dear Edna, wbo passed away on tbe 28th March. 1934. In memory you are always with us. —Ever remembered by ber parents, brother, and sisters. DAVIES.—To the dear memory of Lorls. wbo passed away on the 25th March. 1934. "nn-.il the day breaks."—lnserted by her loved on" at home. FITZGERALD.—In loving memory of Thomas Francis Fitzgerald iDadi. died 27th March. 1932. —Inserted by Margaret Campbell. Kensington. FORDHAM.— A tribute of love to our dear daugbtei. Irene, wbo died at Murray Bridge. 1930. Fragrant memories. —Inserted by loved ones at Nurreen, Calway Estate. Milcham. FOKDHAN.—In loving memory or our daughter. Irene, who passed away on the 27th March. 1930. A silent thought brings many a tear Of one we miss and loved so dear. —Inserted by her parents and sister, Angas Plains. FORDHAM. —In loving memory of my dear wir c < Irene I. who died at Northcole. Mur ra- Bridge. 1930. When leaves ot memory softly fall. And drift along The windswept ways; Tenderly I count tfcem all. And ;ive again those yesterdays. —Inserted by her loving husband. Hugie, and daughter. Pat. GOTTSCHALK.—In loving memory of hf.le Jim. who passed away on the 28th March. 1933. "Ever remembered." —Inserted by grandma, grandpa, and aunt Joyce. GOTTSCHALK,—In loving memory ot Jimmy. Lorna. and Bobbie. GRAY. —In sad but loving memory of our dear friend. Nell, who passed away on the 28th March, 1936. We treasure still, with love sincere, A. beautiful memory of one so dear. —Inserted by her sincere friends. E. and S. Thompson and family. GRAY.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Ellen, who passed away on the 28th March. 1336. "We who love shall never forget." —Inserted by her loving husband and daugh ters. GRAY, E.. who passed away on 28th March. 1936. Tbis Is a day of remembrance. And one of sad regret; This day I will always remember. When some of the world will forget. —Inserted by her loving niece. G. Finch HAMMOND.—In loving memory of my twin grandsons. Lex and Bill, who were taken from us by the storm on Caster Saturday. 26th March. 1932. ' Oh not in cruelty, not in wrath. The Reaper came that day: Twas sn Angel visited this green earth And took our boys away. HABVIE.—In thankfulness for the gentle and loving ministry, and in memory ot Edgar Lionel, late rector of St. Bartholomew s Norwood.. Twelve months ago this day. you passed To that high place God willed lor you. To that new work He called you to. And life for us was overcast. But when we think upon your Joy, We cannot wish you back again. We recognise the higher gain To you *.n such divine employ. We lerl you nearer now than when. S'.iJl with us. you were far away. Nor did we know from day to day If we should see your face again. So now. for your fine loyalty. Unce rcing thanks and praise we give; Who dies for Him shall ever live' Who lives for Him shall never die! —Inserted by friends wbo lovrd him dearly. HAYWARD.—In lovine memory of Lorn, who passed away 27th March. 1934 Always remembered. —In-^rtcd by Charlie. RAnrooo.—ln saddest memory of our dear Lorna. who left this world on the'27th March. 1934. Gone from this, world so quickly, Piuckrd like ji flower m bloom. So young, so sweet, so happy. Oh. why wat she called so sonn. Laugh with you in the <ame old way. Hear yon void and see you smile. Then Lorna. life to us would be worth while. They say thil time will heal the wound And teach us to forget. But time so far has only proi'ed How much we miss you yet. —Inserted by ber parents, brothers and sisters and grandfather. T. Mclnerncy. HUTCHIN'SON In loving memory of deal Mary, who died 27th March. 1936 ; Hearts that loved you will never forget I —Inserted by her lovine cousins Etbel and I Albert. ! HUTCBIXSON.—In memory ot my much 'Moved niece. Mary Bermce. n-bo passed awat ion the 27th March. 193 G. ;[ Oh! for a touch ol the vanished, hand, i The sound of the voice 'hat is still -Inserted by aunt Fanny. ! niTTCnrvsON".—ln loving memory of oui 'Idcar sister-in-law. Mflrv who oassed nwav lon the 27th March. 193 G. ! : Too dearly loved to op forpolten. j sister-in-law. Hiifred and Linda ! IRVIN'E.—In lovma memory t>[ nut dear snn i March. 1936 A ttrjrif i ehnr*i nf memory Is softly loiirhed t^d=y. —Inserted by his loving parents ?nd Ethel and Bob.
IN MEMOBIAM IRVIKE.—In loving memory of our darlln? little nephew. Douglas Allan, who wac taken home 26th March. 1936. —Ever remembered by auntie Edna and uncle Andy. JI:RY.—In lovtnp memory ol my dear mo ther, who passed away at Campbelltown. on the 2bth March. 1929. also my dear father, who pa?=ed away on the Ist January. 1930. Oh, for the touch of vanished hands. And the sound ol voices that are still. I —Always remembered by their lovins daug ter. Blanche. JURY i nee Sylvia Baileyt.—ln loving mem ory ol our dear one. who passed away at Kalaneadoo. 28lh March. 1933. Love and remembrance never die. As days pass on and years roll By. -Inserted by her loving parrnis. sisters, brothers, and daughter Margaret. KBlJSE.—Cherished memories of our drar husband, fatfaei and grandfather, called home on 28th March. 1935. In the garden or memory We meet every day. —Sadly missed by his wife, daughter, son-in law, and grandson. UNTON.—In memory of Len. accidentally drowned on Easter Saturday. 29th Maren. Lovingly remembered by his wife and child ren. Jack. Jill, and Peggy, also by his friend. -Blllie" Kemnster. MAKCH.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Balaklavi on Ibe 28th March. 1912. Thy purpose. Lord, we cannot see But all is well that's done by Thee. —Inserted by her daughters. F. hi. and V. E. MITTEN.—In :ovlug memory of Jack, dear son and brother, who fell asleep on the 28th March. 1925. Longed for always. —Inserted by his parents and sisters. College Part. NIELSEN.—In sad but loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 28th March. 1934. Behind all shadows standeth God. —Maggie. NEILSEN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and erandma, who passed away on the 28th March. 1934 Hearts that loved you never forget. In m:mary you are with us yei. —Ever remembered by her loving son Charlie. Myrtle and iamilv PABBV.—In loiing memory of our dear husband and father, who died on the 28lii March. 1934.—Inserted by his loving wife, sons, and daughters. Jim. Winnie. Clem. Chrissie. Edna. PENBERTHV.—Everlasting remembrance of dear, affectionate Jim. who passed away on 271h MBTCh. 1931. Ever mindful of you. dear one always So patient, true and kind. —Lovingly remembered by bis fond and lonely wife. PEVHALL.—In loving memory ot my dear grandma, who died on 28th March. 1936. Today we are thinking of someone Who was loving, kind and true: Whcse face was as sweet as the sunshine. Dear grandma that someone is you. —Ever remembered by her loving grandson Clarry. wife, and great-granddaughters, of Crania. POLLARD.—In loving memory of "Jim." who was accidentally drowned on the 28th March. 1936. Not today, but everyday. In silence we remember. —Inserted by his frieeds, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Tbiselton. and boys. BEES, Julia.—A tribute of love to our be loved mother, called home on 26Lh March. 1932. Eve: in our thoughts. —Inserted by her loved ones. REVELL-—ln loving memory of dear father, who passed ?way 271 h March. 1934. Sweetest memories linger yet. Too dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted by his loving daughter. Minnie and family. | SHAW.—In loving memory of our darling mother, who fell as.o-p 26th March. 1929. Mum's life was one sacrifice. Her heart was true and tender. She patiently toiled for those she loved. And left us to remember. You are not forgotten, mother dear. For true love never dies. The dearest spot on earth to me Is where our motber lies. —Ever remembered by her loving son. Alf Agnes, and family. STEVENSON.—in loving memory of out 2o" MarchD<ll9 3 T ber- ?""*? Wh? "'^ "~y No one knows how much we mis* him. No om knows ifci tears we shed: None knew him but to love blm. None mentioned his name but In praise —Inserted by motber. sisters and brothers. TALBOT.—In loving memory of mir dear | brother and uncle Wiiliam. who passed away ?at Murray Bridge on the 28ih March X 936. So long as life and memory lasts We will remember thee —Inserted by brother Ben. sister-in-law Sarah and nepnew and niece Ernes: and Aletba. THULBORN.—in loving memory of my dear brother. Bob. who passed away in Western Australia on the 27tb March. 1936. Ii we could speak to you today. Laugh with you in the same o.<S way. Hea: your voice, and see you smile. Then life to us wouid seem worth while. —Inserted by his ioving brother and sister in-law. Rene and Nigger, also George. Western Australian papejs please copy. THULBORN.—In loving memory of our dear brother. Bob. who passed away in Western Australia on the 27th March. 1936. R.IJ?. Your grave 100 far away to see. But not too far to pray for thee. —Ever remembered by Bill. Mary and Frank. THULBORN.—In loving memory of my dear brother Bob. who passed a-way in W.*A~ on the 27th March. 1936. Hearts that loved you never forget. In memory you are with us yet. —Inserted by his loving brother Jim. sister in-law Stella. THULBORN.—In loving memory of my dear brother Bob. who parsed away in W'.A on the 27th March. 1536. Too dearly loved to be lorgotten.—lnserted by his loving brother Alec and sister-in-law Tbelma-. THULBORN.—In loving memory of my dear son Bob. who passed away at W-4. on 27th March. 1935. We cannot visit your grave, dear son. Much as we would like lo do: Although we are many miies awar Our thoughts are olten with you. —Inserted by bis loving motber and father. THULBORN.—In loving memory of my dear Bob. who passed away in W_i. on the 27th March. 1936. With tender love and deep regret We who loved you will never forget. —Inserted by his loving brother Pomp and sister-in-law Maggie. THULBORN.—In loving memory of our dear brother Bob. who passed away at Western Australia on 271h March. 1936. This is a day of remembrance. And one of sad regret: A day 111 always remember While the rest of the world forget. —Insened by his .ovine sis;er May and ramlly. WARD.-In loving memory of Eric, died on the 27th March. 1929. Twilijrm deepens, shadows fall. Love's remembrance outlasts all. —Inserted by his parent, brother snd sister. WHITE—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away at Orro too on 27th March. 1934. Not Just today, but every day. In silence we remember. —Inserted by her husband and family. Jack. Ross. Vcrna. snd Jean. WfSHART.—In loving memory of nur dear wife and mother, who passed away at Penola on the 27th March. 1922 Inserted by her loving husband and family. WISHART.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died at Penola. "on the 27th March, 1922.—inserted by Gertrude and Jes- WITTENBERG.—In loving memory of my dear sister. Annie, who passed away at St. Peter* on the 27th Marcb. 1930. In silence 1 remember. —Inserted by her loving s.ster. Gert. WOOD in loving memory of Bamp If he has gone beyond our sight. Tbe Gre dark, the muMC dim The star ai selling, and the flight Of wings beyond the world's ipst rim. Be has not perished, death's a door To gardens of green Paradise. And hearts like his livp. evermore. RETURN THANKS THE BROTHERS and SISTERS of thr late ALEXANDER DUNCAN COLQUHOUN de- Sire to THANK all kind friends for letters. me> | expressions of sympathy, and floral trl | rravrmr'nl. MRS. NORTHCOTT and FAMILY, of Prin cess road. Torrem Park, wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expres.Mona ol sympathy in their recenl be ir-avrmrm. |\I ARKS.—THE SONS and DAUGHTER or |->*the late MORRIS MARES wish to sm |cere:y THANK all kind friends for telegrams J letters, cards, floral tributes and personal <*x iprcssions of sympathy in their recent sad be- RE L. H. ELLIOTT, of Fourteenth stroei. Bou'den-on-tlie-HUI, desire to THANK 1 all kind fnends and relatives for letters ana cards of sympathy, also floral tributes, especi , ally thanking Rev. Arthur G. Ward, who kindly . officiated, also Mr. and Mrs. C. M Everett, foi thfir kindness to her. R. and Mrs. F. M. WOOD and FAMILY ol 4( Buxton street. North Adelaide, wish :lo sincerely THANK all kind relations and ??friends for telegram.l-, letters, telephone roes ' : sases. floral tribu'rs. and personal expres fJlennie ' SncciM thanks to Mr. Fox? SRev T. j. Rirharrts'. Mile-End, also firm and Mad Foy f- Gibson. MBS. and Mr. MORTIMER, or Kent Town, sincerely THANK nil kind rrlnnvrs and !lnrnds for card.-. Irlfrs. floral tributrs. and j persona I expressions of sympathy in the los* lof tfirlr drar son. Arthur: esperially thank ing Dr. Hussey. Mrs. Neate. and Mrs. MelvUlo.