BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES .Not exceeding 4 lines, 2/6: each addi tional line, 1/-. Notieea forwarded for insertion in the Births, Deaths, Marriages. Engagements, ?r la Mesf?Tiaai eeiasani sbswM be Signed by the PERSONS CONCERNED. BIRTHS ALLEN (nee Harding).—March 16 at Ashford Private Hospital, to Edna, true ot A. J. Allen—a daughter. BAX (Martin). —On March 11. -Quam- M" Hospital, to Edna, wile ot ogt. . o. Bax (AXF.) —a aon (Errol Kingsleyl. Bpeclal thanks to Dr. Prest and hospital staff. BLAND (nee Hubbard).—On March 13. at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Blenore and Ken (R AA.F. Pacific)—a daughter (Jennifer Ruth). Thanking Dr. Hurst and hospital staff. CHAPMAN (nee VI Barn. —On March 11 at the Barmen Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A J. Chapman—a daughter. Thank ing Dr. Sargent, matron and staff. CONSTABLE.—On March 12, at Quorn and District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. *U G. Constable (Jim) —a son (Wayne *Oonglas). CBABB (nee McCarron).—At Walkerle Hospital, March 9, to Pstrtoe and Richard—a son (Richard Stephen). EVANS.—On March IS. at Sister Lewis Private Hospital, Kensington, to Thelms and Ron—a daughter. ? FLEET.—On March 15, at Monreith Hospital, to Isabel and Cyril—a dangh ter. Both welL FORD.—On March 15, at Peterborough BJC. Hospital, to wile O. L> Ford. Car- Helm a son.* GILMORE.—At 32nd A.G.H. Tennant Creek, to the wife of Bob Gilmore —a son (Norman Kenneth). - HAUPT. Oa March 7. to Captain and Mrs. P. K. Haupt—a son. ' BILL (net Stevens).—On March 12. at Ardrossan Hospital, to Vema and BIU OLXP.I —a son (Robert Steven). Thank ing Dr. Simons and hospital staff. —On March 14. at Lestern Hospital, to the wife of W. J. Hocking, of St. Peters—a danghter. ' IRVINE (nee Pooll.—On March 13. at Sitter Lewis's, to Hilda and '?<*—"* daughter .(Kay Jeanette). Thanking Dr. aymons and hospital staff. , aOstrTON.—On March S, at "Petone." to Thebna—a- dvyg**—' (Coral Kay I. . ' atALYCHA (nee HUD.—At Whyalla Hospital, on starch 3. to wife of Bob aTa'lTrha" a son (Dsrcy Thomas). Spe cial thanks to Dr. Fox, hospital staff. MARK (nee Kekermann).—On March 16. at Eadunda District Hospital, to ?Wanda and Erie—a son. Both well. atATTB-EWB (nee Trembath).—March lft, to Lots and Kevin—a daughter (Julia Ann). Thanking Dr. Thompson and amralug staff. Port Augusta Hospital. j METTERS.—On lurch U. at Walkerle W-Tpii.i. to the wife of Fred Metters, Jan. Murray View—a daughter. .*' MfXYILLE (nee Wttsonl.—On March 10. at Calvary Hospital, to Joyce and "red—a son (Kevin James). atULLNER.—To wife of C Milliner—a aon. Both weU. 1 NICHOL&—On March 13. at BalakJava BJL Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols, rata Station, MsllsJa —a daughter. Thanks to Dr^Boucaut and Matron. Thuuipson and staff. PATTULLO.—On March 16, at Eadunda, to wife of William Pattullo (AXF.I—a son. FKNqiLLY^-On March 9. at Rowan Hospital, to Bay and Muriel—a daughter (Carole-Ann). Thinking Dr. Adams and TrTT*t-l staff. -. BKtD (nee Hanlon).—On March 12, at BsJsklava Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, to Lacy and Clarence—a daughter. Thank ing Dr. Davtes and Dr. Mc?win and hos pital staff - irwiill Tt the wife of O. E. C. Hebbeek—a daurhter CPrlselHa Lynette). Both weU Thinking Mrs. Cooper. SEARCY—.On March 16. at Memorial Hospital, to wife of 3. Dudley Searcy— a daughter. StXX (nee Altken).—On March 8, at ML Barker Hospital, to Doris and Don (AXF.)—a son (Graham Dean). \ SMlTH.—March 11, at Queen Vic toria Maternity Home, to Mr. and Mrs. XL Smith—a daughter (Pauline Allcei. THOMAS (nee Dot Boyeel.—Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Thomas wish to annotmrc the arrival of Valma Olive, at the Memorial Hospital, on March 16, a sister for Breads and Clifford. Thanking Dr. Bur nard and hospital staff. Ho visitors for seven days. TYSON.—On March 14, at Memorial Hospital, to Coral, wife of Sergeant John B. Tyson (AXP.)—a daughter. WAYE (nee Stone).—On March 15, at "Berklea", Prospect -road, to Mary and Geoff, of Willunga—a daughter. WELSH* (nee McMlhonl.—At Port Angnsta Hospital, to Shirley and Bert, on March 10—a son (Lean John). Thank ing TJr. Thompson and nursing staff. \rarTMOKE (nee Lerlton).—On March 14, at Hindmarsh Private Hospital, to Mottle- and BUl—a daughter. Both well - vrTrir ? Mirrh 11, at Gumeracha BM. Hospital.'-to Dorreen and Lindsay—a lit tle, daaghter (Beryal Loratnei. Grateful thanks'to Dr. Strstman, Matron Parsons and staff- .. ? . ' BIRTHDAx'S Birthday greetings are extended to the undermentioned ? aiemueis of the Chil dren's Hospital .Birthday League. All commrmtrarinns regarding birthdays In this column, must be addressed -to the lay Superintendent. Children's Hospital, Worth Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee, 2/6. - 17/3/46.—Helen FhUUpa Braund, Box 136, Ma-Hand (10 yrs.): Nellie Bollen fcagen. Box 17, Mfonaah (12 yrs.?: Joyce HohenwaW, StoekweD; Miss Nelda J. Koch. Box-80. MaUland; Mrs. J. Golden, Box 49. Bdlthburgh. -CheerJos"— Jennifer Drabseh. Psnfold rd. MagUl: Mrs. R. A Kennett, Hbx 67, Murray - 18/3/45.—Dems Behtesaer. Seddleworth; A 3. Melrose, Esq. "Kadlnnga," Mmtaro; ; Mr. Ronald Hltsehke. "Spring Park." : Utttehawipton; Mrs M: walls, "Fleet vale," Tarlee: Mrs. H. G. SorreD, Stock yard Creek; Russell Wood. Box 73. Crys tal Brook MARRIAGES : PEARSON—imj.AM—The marriage ?t Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A F. imiapi, Third ave. ForestvlUe, to Harry, son of Mrs. L. Pearson, "Bradiee." Prances, was celebrated at St. Chad's : Church of England. Fullarton. on Feb ruary 10. at 3 pjn. The Rev. AR. Thrush officiated. ? MITCHKI.Ii TIP YD.—The marriage of Beatrice May, only danghter of Mr. and Mrs.' A W. Lloyd. Hmdmarsh. to ' Douglas ta-SAK.I. only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Mitchell, Queensland. was solemnised at Brampton Methodist ' Church. Hindmarsh. March 10. ' MATTESON—BUTTON.—The marrlaKe ' of -Edna Darby, third daughter or Mr. , and Mrs. A 1 Button, of Florence street Fullarton. to James Swift, eldest son of < Mr. and Mrs. H 3. Matteson, of Duluth, Minnesota. USA. took place at the : Bosefleld Methodist Chnrch at 7 cm- on Thursday. March A PASCOE—JOHNS.—The marriage of Ethel Malbery, elder daughter of Mrs. L. M. Johns, North Adelaide, to LA.C. Leonard Everett (R.A.A.F. ret), young- est son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Pascoe, Grange, was solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist Church, Wednesday, March 14, by Rev. F. Hambley. STAPLES—GILBERT—The marriage of Elsie, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A H. Prlsby. of Glen Osmond road. FrewvfUe. to Frederick Staples, of Mt. Pleasant. SILVER WEDDINGS KEMP_Mr. and Mrs. .'Arthur G. Kemp, of Ton-ens road, Rlverton. an nounce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised at the Woolshed Plat Methodist Church on March 17. 1920. by the late Bev. Geo. HsU. . LITCHFIELD—DABUKETT.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Litchfield, of 46 Wind sor avenue. WoodvUle Estate, wish to announce the 25th anniversary of tneir marriage. celebrated at the WoodvUle Presbyterian Church on March 17. 1920. Rev. H. Douglas Fearon of?cistlng. MURPHY.—Mr. and Mrs. Burton F. Murphy, of 24 Halsbury avenue. Kings wood, announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised at Methodist Church, Clarence Park, March 17. 132a by Bev. J. P. H. TUhrook. WILLIAMS—GILLESPIE.— Mr and Mrs. A P. Williams, of 36 Bishop ave., Alberton, announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised st St Ig- natius Church, Norwood, on March 17, 1990. The Bev. Father F. Connell offi- ciated. WRIGHT—MASON.—Mr. and Mrs. G. J- Wright, of 12 Asquith street. Nails worth, wish to announce the 25tb anni versary of their marriage, solemnised at EeyneEa Methodist Church on March 24. J 920. by Bev W. O. North. At home, -5 pjn. on 24th. _ WOODS—MASON.— Mr. and Mrs. E. F Woods announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage at DowUngville Methodist Church, on March 18. 1920. by Rev. J. H. Cross:ey. Present address. Ross street. Hew Mile End. " WHEATON—CROUCH.—Mr. and Mrs. r. A Wheston. of RedhlH. announce the 25th anniversary of their marriave. sol emnised at Merriton Methodist Church. March 17. 1920. by Rev. C. B. Holmes. -r APPROACHING MARRIAGES BOBOWSKY—mCKLING. — The mar riage of Lois Ashley, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Borowsky. Fa rrells Hat. to Thomas Edwin, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. ETHlrkllng of Ermlngton. N.8.W.. will be solemnised' at Plrie Street Methodist Church on March 24. at 6.30 pjn. BRADBROOK—BARNARD.—The mar riage ol Evelyn, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roy Bradbrook. of Pooraka. to Clarence, second son of Mr. and Mrs E J. Barnard, of Moonta Bay. will be solemnised at Pirie street Methodist Church, on Saturday. March 24. at 5 p.m BRODIE—SIMS.—The marriage of Lorna, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Brodie, of Rosewater, to Jack, younger son of Mrs. and the late Mr B R. Sims, of Challa Gardens, will be selomnised at the Congregational Church, Port Adelaide, on Sat., March 24, at 7 p.m. DENNIS—FUCHS.—The marriage of Pearl, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J J. Dennis. Gawler. to Fred (R.AA F ret.i. twin son of Mr?. J. T. Telford Mt Barker, and the late Mr. E. M. Fuchs Carers Gully, will be solemnised at Gaw ler West Methodist Church, by Rev B B. Howland. Saturday March 24. at 2.30' pjn Friends and relatives cordially in vited to ceremony. DICKSON—KELLY.—The marriage of OLb, youngest daughter of Mr.-Mrs w G. Dickson, to Darcy, eldest son of Mrs. and late Mr. H. K Kelly, Quorn, will be Solemnised at Malvern Methodist Church on March 24, at 7 pja.
APPROACHING MARRIAGES nCHNES—STACET.—The marriage of Joy. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Elchner. of Angas Plains, to Colin, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. T. Staeey. of Strathawyn, will be solemnised at St. Andrew's Church. Strathalbyn. on March 24.. at 7 pjn. GALE—DREWER.-The marriage of Maureen Elaine, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gale, of Hyde Park, to Darrell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Drewer. of New Parkslde. will be solemnised at St. Augustine's Church, Unley, on Saturday. March 24. at 7 p.m. HELPS—FLEMING.—The marriage of Daphne J., only child or Mr. and Mrs. J. (Laurie) Helps, of Salisbury, to Laurence C., only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Flem ing, of Welland, will be solemnised at Salisbury Methodist Church on Saturday. March 24. at 6.15 P.m. McKELIFF—TESTER.—The marriage of Iris, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McKelliff, Clarence Park, with Keith, third son of Mrs. B. Tester and the late Mr. Tester. T/nley. will be solemn ised Clarence Park Methodist Church. March 24. at 10.30 a.m. PATTEBSOftF—KUIFWAT.—The mar riage or Jessie Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Patterson. Llnley avenne. Blair AthoL to Sydney Charles, second son of Mrs. E. and the late S. B. Shlpway. Naiis worth, will be solemnised at the Enlleld Methodist Church, Saturday. March 24. at 7 pjn. nnuri—MA?TlN.—The marriage of Betty, danghter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Phillips.' of Mornington to Christopher ?"", only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Martin.- of Glenunem. wQ be solemn ised at Holy Trinity. North tex_ Tuesday. March 20. at 7 pjn. RITCHIE—MARSHALL.—The marriage of Enid, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Ritchie, of Maryborough. Queensland, to Kenneth (R-AJI. ret.l. eldest son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall, of Largs North SJL. will be solemnised at Port Adelaide Congregational Church on Thursday. March 22. at 6.4S p.m. SCOTT—HIGGINS.—The marriage of Joan (A-AJt.WJS.>. elder danghter of Mr. and Mrs. A- F. R. Scott, of Glenelg. to John (ex-AJJT.), youngest son V Mrs. S. C. Higgins. or Hawksburn. Vie, will be solemnised at St. Peter's Church. Glenelg. tonight at 6.15 pjn. TOOTCES—MITCHELL.—The marriage of Verm, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. J5 S. Tonkes. Semaphore, to Fred, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs F. Mitchell, of York, will be solemnised at Methodist Church. Woodvllle, on Satur day. March 24. at 7.15 pjn. WAIiACE—WOOLABD.—The marriage of A. S. (Nancy I Wallace, daughter of Mrs. and the late John Wallace, of Good wood Park, to S. R. Woolard. son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Herbert Woolard. at Plrie Street Methodist Church, Saturday. March 17. 7 pjn. ENGAGEMENTS | BOWIXT—BUECBXT.—The engage ment is announced of Marjorie Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bowley, Solomontown, to Stanley IH?>P, ret. N.G). only son of Mr. and MR. V. F. Bleekty. late of Malvern. CAMERON — HAMON.—The engage ment to announced of Evelyn, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cameron, of Maylands, to Keith !R_AJLJM, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamon. of Ethdton. DBNK—JfOLE—The engagement Is announced of Yvonne. AJLM.WJB_ only daughter Mr.-Mrs. E. W. Dunk. Ashford, to P.O. Allan. RJLN.. third son Mr.-Mrs. Mole. Mlteham. DUNKLEY—NIXON.—The engagement Is announced of A.C.W. Betty. W.AJLA.F., younger daughter of Mr.-Mrs. Dunkley. Bdwardstown. to CpL George. B-AJ-P^ only son of Mr.-Mre. Nixon. Meredin. West Australia. : FOWTt naiawAHmg.—^ne engage ment Is announced of Betty, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ford, of Sema phore, to Keith (RJLN.i, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hampshire, of Queensbury. HABEL—KLEMM.—Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Habel. of "Spring View." Trnro. have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their second daughter, Adela Phyllis (Delll to Reginald Arthur only "child or Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Klemm, of "Artinald." Brlnkworth. MADIGAN—RANKINE.—The engage ment is announced of Patricia Monica, younger daughter of Mrs. C. A. and the late Mr. P. Madigan, of Port Wakefield, to Rex John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Ranklne, Port Wakefleld. MERCER.—HOWEUL.—The engagement is announced of MoHle, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mercer, of Rand wick, Sydney, to Flying Officer James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Howell. of Semaphore, South Australia. MOORE—VAKDON.—The engagement is announced of Doreen, the youngest daughter of Mr. and late Mrs. G. Moore, of Albert Park. Melbourne, to Pte. Fred Vardon (AXF.i. the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs: T. Vardon, of Royal Park. NEVILLE—HOCKHAH.—'The engage ment Is announced of Hilda Marion only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Neville. Wllkawatt. to Pte. Charts Alfred IiXF. abroad), only son of Mr. and Mrs. A, ?"**"??q. .Bornka. PTJDNEY—HENNEKER.—The engage ment Is announced of Mema. only daugfa ter of Mr. and Hn. R. H. Pudney. of Rosewmter. to Jock (AXF.I. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Henneker, of Nor wood. .UUIH—BHIIU.^The engagement is announced" of Shirley M., second daugh ter of Sgt. and Mrs. R. Smith, Flinders Park, to CpL Max. D. (RJLJVJ?.). only son of Jfr, and Mrs. O. Smith, of Pen "'oSITH—WILLIAMSON.—The engage ment is announced of Esther, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith, of Beare ay, Netley. to Alfred Clyde, youngest son or Mr. aad Mrs. W. H. Wll- Qamson. of; Howard St.. Broadview. TRIGG—^DMTJND6.—The engagement is annum need of Patricia, youngest daughter, of Mrs. K. L. Trtgg and the late Mr. G. A. Trlgg. of KeswEk, to Ronald.' the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R.. Edmunds, of Glenelg. WALSEX—COFELAND.—-The engage ment is announced of Thslma M., younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H_ Walker. Basket Range, to Ainslie P, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. J. Copeiand. Ashton. WODSON—HALUDAY.—The engage ment' is ' announced of Audrey Mllllcent, only daughter of Mrs. and the late>Mr. A. w. Wodson, of Norwood, to Ken, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. HaUlday. of North Adelaide. V DEATHS ADADx.—On March 12. at the resi- ? deuce of her daughter, Mrs. H. J. , Symonds. Oulwlch avenue. Dulwlch. Linie , N. Adalr, beloved mother of Gordon l Robertson, Vincent street. Edwardstown, and loving grandmother of Gordon and < Malsle. ~?*_ BAANISTEK.—On March IS, Benjamin ] Thomas, dearly loved bosband of Violet Bannister, of 109 Fourth avenue. Joslin. i and loving father of Owen, Andrey. Lots. ' Lloyd IAXF.). and Len. BROWN.—On - March 14, at his resi- i dence. Jetty road, Brighton, John Alexan- h der Voules Brown. Aged 93 years. j ' BCRKETT.—On March 16. st hospital. Douglas Fraser. dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. James Burkett, 4S Chatham road, Keswlck. Aged 22 years. CAPPER.—On March 16. at private hospital. Agnes Winifred, dearly beloved wife of Benjamin Raymond Capper, of 45 Wakefleld street. Kent Town, loving mother of Lionel, Royal and Ray, and loved daughter of Jaber. and the late Maude Wright, Aged 29 years. He qulescat in pace. CHARTRES.—At Melbourne. March 14. Ann M^ beloved wife of Alfred, and lov ing mother ot Leonard, Irene. May. and grandma of Joy, Bruce. Marilyn. ' EVANS, Andrew.—Passed away March 18. 1933, our dear father and grandfather. —Always remembered by his daughter Essie, and family. Largs. FOOTS.—On March 16. at Port Lincoln (suddenly). James Michael Foote. beloved husband of Nell Foote. and loving father of Michael and Jenifer. Aged 36 years. Requleseat In pace. GRAVES.—On March 2. at Blanche town. Frederick George, loving husband of Martha Graves, late of 10 Gilbert street. Norwood, in his 59th year. W.A papers please copy. GDTHRtE.—On March 16. at bis late residence. 27 Devon street Largs Bay. Herbert, dearly loved husband or Jetta, and loving father of Jetta, Allan, and Evelyn, and second son of Mrs. Guthrie and the late Senator R. S. Gutbrie. Aged 53 years. At rest. HEITHKRSAY.—On March 7. at Brook ton (suddenly). Rose Eetbel, widow of Wm. Helthersay. and mother of Nor man and Gilbert. Aged 68 years. HYNES.—On March 16, at Calvary Hos pital. Gertrude Monica, dearly loved wife ot William Patrick Hynes. ot 33 Moseley street. Glenelg. Aged 51 years. Re quleseat in pace. KHXMIEB.—On March 15. at 12 Glld don street. Kelmscott, Elizabeth dearly loved wife or the late William Klllmire. and loving mother or Hilda. Doris. Ken. Allan. Em. and Clem. Aged 76 years. NANCABROW.-On March 16. at his residence. 4 Wilson terrace. Da Costa Park. Henry Cate Education Depart ment), beloved husband of the late Lucy Olive Nancarrow. and loving rather or Evart (deceased!. Milton Olive ?de ceased!. Bert. Rene. Effie. and Gordon (deceased. Ist A.1.F.). Aged 89 years. Re-united. NICHOLLS.—On March 16. at a private hospital. Mark, dearly beloved husband of Annie Bjewett Nlebolls (late or Tor rensville). and loving father ol Gladys. Nell, Eva. Jean. Edna, and Arnold. Aged 69 years. PATERSON.—On March IS. at Ade laide. Elizabeth, beloved wife or tbt late John Paterson (late or Moonta). Aged 83 years. PATERSON.—On March 16 at his re sidence. 10 Fitiroy terrace. Fltzroy. Charles B W.. devoted husband or Flor ence G. Paterson. and loving rather or Major Gilbert C. Paterson. and beloved grandfather of Dennis and Cynthia. PBOSSEB.—On March 16. at a MUI -tary Hospital, Percy Thomas Prosser (late 43rd Batt.. Ist A.IJ?.i. beloved husband of Ivy Elizabeth Prosser. of Port WII -lunga. Aged 51 years. Late sergeant. Records Office. Wayville. RHODES.—On March IS. at his resi dence. 13 Hampstead road. North Walker ville. suddenly, Percival Harris RhodM. beloved husband of Carrie and devoted father of Gordon (lieut. AXF.). Sandford and Mirrlsm. Aged 51 years. WINES.—On March 15. at W-A- Ellen Lucy, relict of J. G. Wines, loving mother of Phoebe. Harvey and Harold (deceased), eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Sstt, Ol Sandwtn. WOODS.—On March 16. at his resi dence, 26 But Smith street. Tusraore, Rev. David, beloved husband of Eliza beth J. Woods.
__ IN HEMOKUM BROWN.—Cherished memories ?t my wife and stepmother, died March 17. 1944.—Sweet memories linger.—lnserted by her loving husband Arthur, and Cora. BROWN.—Loving memory ol gran, passed away March 17. 1944.—Ever re membered. Bill. Syd. Barb. Joan. BatOWN—in loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away March 17. 19*4. We will always miss you. mother, dear, our dearest pal of all.— Ever remembered and sadly missed by Oily and Sid. BROWN.—In treasured memories of March 17, 1944. One of the kindest, one of the best, a beautiful memory is all we' have left.—Remembered always by her daughter Eva and son-ln-law Frank BROWN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away March 17. 1944. As we loved you *o we miss you.—Ever remembered by Myrt. CUude^and family. BROWN.—In loving memory of onr dear motber. who passed away March 17, 1944. You often said we'd miss you, dear. Your word£ have proved too true. We lost our best and dearest friend. Darling mother, when we lost you —Sadly missed by her loving daughter Rita and eon-in-Uw George. EKOffK.—ln loving 'memory of our dear husband and father. Allan, who passed away at Wallaroo March 17 1934. Uivlng memories still linger.—Remem bered by bis wife LetetU and family. BURR, E. A. —In loving memory of our dear dad and grandpa, who passed away at Renmark, March 17, 1940. With Thee, oh Lord, forever to abide, in that blest day which has no eventide. —Remembered by Flo, Lyle and family. CAUCBL—In memory of our beloved sister Kan. accidentally killed March 18. 1941. parting comes and loved ones leave us. Severed are those earthly ties. In tbe hearts of those who loved her. Loving memory never dies. —Remembered by her sisters and brother In Eire, also sisters Rebecca end Doris. Booborowle. S.A. CAfjCRX.—In loving memory of my friend Nan. who was accidentally killed March IS. 1941. Years roll on bnt mem ories last. —Inserted by her friend. Mrs. Ada Dawson. fj.HBK—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away March 18. 1943.—Sadly missed by Nellie. George and family at Feake. CRAMOND.—In remembrance of my dear sister Pearl Freadore (accldentallv drowned), March 17, 1940. An angel came and carried her away To nnmortality that day. —Always remembered by her sister Ada. brother-ln-Uw George. nieces and nephews. COMMTNGB—In loving memory of brother Owen Way. died Marcs 17, 1943. Another leaf in our book of memories Is gently turned today. —Ever remembered by brothers and sU ters. CUMMtNGS.—In loving memory of our dear grandson Owen, who died suddenly March 17. 1943. Hearts that love you never forget. In memory yon are with us yet. —Ever remembered. Gran and Pa Wes ton. CUMMXNGS.—In lovins memory of darling Owen, died Marco 17. 1943. His life a beautiful memory, bis absence a silent sorrow.—Missed by mummy, daddy. EDDY.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, passed away March 18, 1941. Beautiful memories today, dear mother, of you.—lnserted by her loving daughter Helena and grand children. EDDY.—In loving memory of my dear mother, died March 18. 194 L What would I give her hand to clasp, ber lov ing face to see. To be together onca again. Just like we used to be.—Always remembered by her loving son Dick and daughter-ln-Uw Flo. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of little Anthony, passed away at Whyalla, March 17. 1944. Hearts that loveo. you never forget.—lnserted by Jack. Dais. Elsie. EGGINTON.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away March 18. 1934. Dearest memories, loving and true, remain in our hearts, dear moWirr. of you.—Always remembered by Alice. Harry and family. EGGINTON.—In loving memory of dear mother, called to rest March 18. 1934. Sweet memories will linger for ever.—lnserted by Emily and George. EGGlNTON.—Treasured memories of dear mother, called to rest March 18. 1934. Hearts that loved you never for get.—Remembered always by Ellle. Mick and Tom. ERKINGTON.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away March 17.1944. Fondest of memories, dearer than gold, of a mother whose worth could never be told.—lnserted by sons, Roy (A.LP.I. Jack. (AlP.i, Tom. BUI (A.LF.I. Dick. EBRINGTON.—In memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away March 17, 1944. For you sweet rest, for us remembrance.—lnserted by loving hus band and daughters. Mary. Doris IA.W-A^,), Betty. -ny loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away March 17. 1936. Another leaf in our book of memories U gently turned today. —Inserted by her .lovlhk husband and family. GEARY.—In loving memory of onr dear wife and motber. Margaret Kathleen, who went to rest on March 17, 1941. Hearts that loved you never forget, in memory you are with us yet.—Ever re membered by her loving husband and GEARY.—In loving memory of my dear sister. Peg, who passed away March 17, 1941. Time drifts on. four years have passed, but memories of you will always last.—Sadly missed by her lovtne sister. Nan. GEHUNG.—In loving memory of my dear husband. Will, who passed away March 18. 1942. God walked tn His beautiful garden, looking at my dear one's sufferings. He stooped and touched my loved one's hand, and whispered, come home and rest.—Ever remembered by his loving wife. Emma, and family. GEISLEB.—in lovlna memory of my dear wife. Muriel Alma, who passed away March 16. 1925.—Always loved and re membered by her loving husband. Harry. Jervols West. GJUNTER.—In loving memory of Joe, who passed away suddenly, at Tothill Belt, March 18. 1944.—Fondly remem bered by his sister. Mary, brother-ln law. Tom. GRINTEK. —In lovlne memory of father and grandfather, passed away March 18, 1944.—Inserted by Edna. Ed die and children. GRINTEB.—Loving memories or my dear husband. Joseph H, passed away March 18. 1944. at TotbUT Belt. Not just today, but every day. in silence I remember.—Always remembered by bis wife, E. Orinter. HANNEMANN.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, passed away March 18, 1935. Tbe years may dawn and fade away, but loving memo ries always stay.—Ever remembered by bis loving wife and daughter. HAB*"fi—ln lovlne memory of How ard, who passed away March 17, 1942. —Sadly missed by his loving wife and family. Max end Doris. Darby. A.1.F.. and Paul. R-AJJ. HAWORTH.—In loving memory of our dear uncle, passed away at YongaU March 17. 1542. Today brings back sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest; Those who' think of him today - Are those who loved him best. —Sadly misled by Elsie and Norman. HAWOKTB.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away March 17. 1942. My heart aches with sadness, my eyes shed many a tear: God alone knows how I miss you, as it dawns an other year.—Sadly missed by his loving wife. HAWOKTH.—In loving memory of my brother-in-law, passed away March 17. 1942. He has gone, but not forgotten, never will his memory fade; sweetest thoughts will always linger around the spot where he Is laid.—Ever remembered by Horace. HAWORTH.—In loving memory of dear dad. who passed away March 17, 1942. —Ever remembered by Arthur and Dul cle. BASS.—Loving memory of darling Vente. who died March 17. 1943.—Mother, brothers Arthur. Robert, Victor. HOW—In lovlne memory of dear mother, passed away March 17. 1941. Two beautiful words, my mother. In serted by her loving daughter, soa-ln lit. Glen. Bernard and children. HOW.—In lovlne memory of our dear mother, who passed away March 17. 1941. God takes our loved ones from our homes but never from our hearts.— Inserted by her loving dauehter and son ln-law. Laurel and Jim Eden. HOW In lovine memory of our dear motber and erandma. who Passed away March 17. 1941. Beantiful memories lin ger yet. too dearly loved to ever foreet. —Inserted by her lovlnp daughter and son-in-law. Winnie and Melville, grand children. Leslie and Margaret Brown. JONES.—In loving memory of dear father and trrandpa. passed away March 17. 1938. The-years may dawn and fade away, but lovine memories always stay. —Inserted by Mary. Will, and grand dauehters. JONES.—In lovins memory of Hilda, who passed away March 17. 1924.—Ever remembered by lovine father and sister. JOYCE In lovlae memory of our dear husband and father, who was accidentally drowned at Warnertown. March 17. 1940 —Loved and remembered always by his lovine wire and children. KASSEBATJM.—In loving memory of dear mother, passed away March 17. 1937: also father. February I. 1943. Away In God's beautiful mansion, sheltered from sorrow and pain: some day. when life's journey is endea. we shall meet our dear ones again.—Longed for always by lorine daughter and son-ln-law. Phyl lis and Kurt. LOWER.—In lovlnt memory of our e>ar husband and father, who passed away on March la. 1925. Time has changed so many things, but sweet memories will forever tMlne.—lnsrrl=<l by his lovins tile and sons. Bert and Ray. MADDEN. J —In memory of our rather, who passed o?-iy March 18. 1942. Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept of one we loved nnd will never forget.—Remem bered by his son Harry and daughter-in law Gwen. MANDEB. —In loving memory of Nell, who passed away March 18. 1941.—Al ways remembered by her brother Bill and family. MANDQL—In loving memory ot dear mother, who passed away March IS. 1941. Sweetest ot memories, loving and true, Remain In our hearts, dear mum, of you. —Fondly remembered by Rose and Ivan,
tK MEMORIAM MsJtTDi.—ln loving memory at oar dear husband and father. Jim. passed away March 18, 1944. S*.eet memories are all we have leli. —Ever remembered by bis loving wire Bett and children. Murray Bridge. MARTIN.—In memory of Jim. acci dentally killed at Copier. March 18. 1944.—Ever remembered by his mate; at the Lelsb Creek CoalOelds. MARTIN.—in loving memory of dear Jim. accidentally killed March 18. 1944 One of the kindest, one of the best, a beautiful memory is all we have left.— Always rememebred by Aunty Barge and Uncle Prank. MARTIN.—In loving memory of my dear brother Jim. who passed away March 18. 1944.—Ever remembered by Irene and George, also little Marlene and John. MARTIN.—In loving memory of my dear son Jim. accidentally killed at Cop ley. March 18. 1944. Always in my thought!. —Ever remembered by dad. MARTIN. —In loving memory of our dear brother Jim. accidentally killed at Copley. March 18. 1944. Not lust today, bui every day. we remember.—Sadly missed by Kath and Phil. MeCUNTOCK.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away March 17. 1942. Re was f'ways true, gentle and kind, what c beautiful memory to leave behind.—Ever remembered by Jean. Ron <A.U?.i. Barry and Margaret. MeCUNTOCK^-Cherlshed memories of my dear tansband and (ether, who passed away March 17. 1942. We miss your kind and willing bands, your fond and earnest care; oar home U sad with out you. dear, we miss you everywhere —Inserted by his loving wife and Gwen MOKBlBON.—Cherished memories of Jim. called home March 18. 19*3. The snnshine be missed in life's highway will be found in God's garden of rest.— Sadly missed by dad. Flora. Gordon. Barny. HOTIC.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away March 18. 1943 —Ever remembered by her daughters Ul and Sadie. . MOSI JE-Tln memory of my dear bro ther Charlie, who passed away March 15. 1943.—Inserted by bis lovine sister Lou and brother-in-law Jack. NEEDS.—In memory of dad. who passed away March 17. 1936.—Remem heredhy mum end family. NEEDS—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, died March 17. 1936 Always remembered.—lnserted by his wife and Oliver. Jack. Charles, and family. OTEARY—In loving memory of our dear brother John James OXeary. who PJ??d ?*?y?t North Adelaide on March 18. 1042^-Cver remembered by bis lov ?n? brothers and sisters. .. O%fif r-~dP 'otow memory of our dear father. Edward OXeary. who passed "?/ ? North Adelaide on March 15. 1916—Ever remembered by his loving family. OULD.—In loving memory of my dear husband, passed away at Military road, semaphore, m uiith 18. 1927. Not lust today, but every day. in silence I remember.—lnserted by his loving wile. PATTERSON.—In loving memory of William Patterson, dearly beloved hus- band of Elizabeth Patterson, who passed away at "Myinga," Penola, March 17, 1940. Five years of sadness now have passed since sorrow on me fell, still in my heart I feel the loss of a husband I loved so well.—inserted by his loving wife. PEPPER.—in loving memory of my aTandmo.ther.who passed away on March 16. 1943 *oo dearly loved to be for gutten.—lnserted by her grandchild Mar- Jorle and great-grandchildren Lorn* Marian. Betty, and Janiar. ?????? POTTEB.—In loving memory of our £"??"* (???? ?nd grandpa, passed awa? March 17. 1936. Another leaf In our book of memories Is gently turned today dad.—lnserted by his ever loving daugh ter Merle, granddaughter Meritai * PRATT. Edith.—ln loving memory of dear sister, who passed away at Blyth March 18. 1943.—5t0l loved and remem bered by her brother Jim. =?????? QUILLEY.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away March 18, 1944. Not only today, but always, we will remember you.—Inserted by Pam, Clarrie, and Robert. QUILLEY.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away March 18, 1944. They say time heals all sorrows, and teaches us to forget; but time has only shown how much we miss you yet.—Inserted by husband and daugh-ter May. QUILLEY.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away March 18, 1944. What would I give to clasp her hand, her dear sweet face to see; to hear again her loving voice that meant so much to me.—Remembered by Rose, Cyril, Pat, Graham. QUILLEY, Edith.—In loving remem- brance of our old friend. With a heart so wonderfully kind, she has left many memories behind.—Inserted by Williams family. QUILLEY.—In dearest memory of our mother and nana, who died March 18, 1944. So sadly missed.—Inserted by Harry and Jean and children. RANDALL. Beuben.—ln loving mem "?? ?nd father, accidentally kUed. Mile End EaUways. March 17. £J£ out ? farewell he fell asleep. W'x tl'.j22.eTee£. ?noM>rles for us to keep. —Inserted by his loving wife and child "".?-SSf —* Nleta. sUNDALa.—in loving memory of our dearly beloved brother^ and uncle Reu ?S"-.*!? wa? accidentally killed March 17. **?*-—lnserted by Robert. Edith! SbeUtuand William BkndaUL RANDALL. Reuben.—ln loving me mories Of Pate, accidentally killed. MUe End Railways. March 17719*47 Dearest ourmh^?S e ir IPa!e. aofy^ e-liS 0 S i ynr£ 1"1"1''?0- BATCMFF.—Loving memories of dad Sfeii-*"?,^lo^ ??Pl?? where no Jo?n Ratcliff. Gawler. RYAN.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Bernie. who passed ?way March 18. 1943. There Is afaee that Is always with us. a voice that we long to hear, a smile we will always re member of one we loved so dear.—Sver remembered by his loving mother, father brothers and sister. SAMPSON.—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away March 18, 1943.—Remembered always by his loving daughter Roma. son-ln-law. GIL and grandchildren. SAMPSON.—In loving memory of dear dad. passed away March 18. 1943.—Sadly missed bat never forgotten by his lov eElxkcK.—ln loving memory of uncle, died March 17. 1944. May his soul rest in peace.—inserted by his niece. B. Par sons, and family. BELLECK.—In loving remembrance of my dear father. William Edward, who passed away March 17. 1944. Not just today, but every day in silence I remem ber.—Remembered always by his loving daughter. Gladys. B.IJP. SEIXECK, W. E.—ln loving memory of our dear father, who passed away March 17, 1944. Beautiful memories, nearer than gold, of a father whose worth can never be told. RJJ". —Inserted by his children. Mln, Peg. Charlie, Gladys. BHABPE. Elizabeth.—ln loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who de parted this Ufe March 1?. 1940.—Always remembered by her loving husband and daughter. Chris.. W.A. SHARPE.—Loving memories ol mother, who passed away March 17. 1940. Time takes away the edge of grief; memory turns back every leaf.—Ever remembered by her daughter, Clem, son-in-law, BUI. SHARPE.—A tribute of love to the memory of mother and grandma, passed away March 17. 1940. Fondest memories linger yet.—Ever remembered by her son. Harry, danghter-ln-law. Ml. grandsons. BUI and Len. SUTTON.—In loving memory of our dear brother end uncle. Hurtle Ralph, who passed away March 18, 1944. No matter what the years may bring, loving memories will always cling.—Ever re membered by Bert (R.A.A.F.I. Melva. and children. SCTTON.—In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, Hurtle (Snow), who passed away March 18. 1944. He silently suffered and patiently bore, till God bid him rest and suffer no more.— Ever remembered by Ev., Era, and boys. BUTTON.—In loving memory of my dear son. Hurtle, who passed away on March 18, 1944. With aching heart I saw him suffer. And watched his footsteps falter; But God alone. Who knew it best. Did ease his pain and gave him rest. —Ever remembered by his loving mother. SUTTON. —In loving memory of my dear brother. Hurtle (Suowl, who gassed away March 18. 1944. Memories of one so dear Are oft recalled by a silent tear. —Ever remembered by his loving sister. Win. SUTTON.—In loving memory of our dear brother. Hurtle (Snowl. who passed away March 18. 1944. Also dear dad. oassed away April IS. 1936. Two links from the chain are broken. Things are never the same: But we will wait for a happy reunion When we all meet again. —Ever remembered by Thehna. Hedley. tnd family. SUTTON.—In loving memory of Hurtle 'Snow i. who passed away March 18. 1944. Resting where no shadows faU. In perfect peace he awaits us a IL —Insetted by Dorothy and Horace. SCTTON.—In loving memory of my dear brother. Hurtle (Snowl. who passed ?away March 18. 1944 No pen can write, no words can tell How I miss the dear brother I loved so well. —Ever remembered by Howard (AJ.P.I. SCTTON.—In loving memory of our dear brother. Hurtle (Snow), who passed jway March 18. 1944. Thoughts drift back to bygone days. Time goes by but memories stay. - Evei remembered by Cyril and Allen. SUTTON.—In loving memory of our dear brother. Hurtle (Snow), who Dassed away March 18. 1944. Hearts that love you never lorget. In memory you are with us yet. —Ever remembered by Maurice mo Keith. TOVEY.—In affectionate remembrance of my dearly roved husband Stanley, who passed away March 17, 1941.—Inserted by his loving wife. Happy memories re main. TREVENA.—In loving memory of onr dear dad and grandpa, who passed away March 18. 1943. Things have changed In man; ways, but one thins changes never, the memories of those happy days when we were ill together Inserted by Duleie, Ray. Doris, fount, baby Elea nor.
IN MEMOBIAM TSEVENA.—In loving memory of our dear husband and fataer. Harold, who passed away March U. 1943. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, -of one we loved and will never forget.—Ever remembered by his wife and family. VAN DEB MOLEN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and gran, who passed away March 17. 1943. One of the kindest, one of the best. A beautiful memory is all we nave left. —Lovingly remembered by her son, Win. daughter-in-Uw. Ada. and grandchild. Lilian. VAN DER MOLEN.—In loving memory of dear mum. died at Hahndorf. March 17. 1943. Sweet memories of one *o dear. Deeply treasured from year to year. —Ever rememberd by her loved ones. Nancy and Marjory. VAN DER SaOLEN.—Loving memories of our dear mother and gran, who passed away at Hahndcrf. March H. 1943. Hearts that loved you never forget. In memory you are with us yet. —Ever remembered by her loving daugh ter, Dora, and son-in-law, Wai and grandchildren. Shirley. Rhonda aad VACGSAN.—In memory of Mr. C. B, passed away March 17. 1943. Time passes, but memory stays. —Inserted by Fred WAUMNG.—In loving memory of our darling nephew. Brian, passed away March 18. 1943. An angel in the book of life wrote down our darling's birth, she whispered as she closed the book, too beautiful for earth.—Lovingly re membered by Nanna and Grandpa Wald ing. Aunty Doris and Uncle Archie. IVAUDING.—In loving memory of our dear little nephew, Brian, who passed away March 18. 1943.—Remembered by Aunty Mavis. Uncle Lloyd, cousins. Lyall and Stanley. WALDDtc—In memory of little ne phew. Brian, who passed away March 18. 1943. Dearest of memories. loving and true, remain in our hearts, dear Brian, of you.—Always remembered by Aunty Enid. Uncle Cliff. AJ.P.. and Cyn thia. WABMiS In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away March 18. 1942. Remembrance is a golden chain, that links us tin we meet again.—Ever rrmwiilteied by bis loving wife. Annie, and family. WHITE.—In loving memory of George, who passed away March 18. 1942.—Ever remembered by his brother. Ken. and Em. WtTNDENVEBG.—In loving memory of our dear niece Fay. who passed away March 18. 1944; also darling little Robert, passed away January 13, 1944. Too dearly loved to ever forget.—Fondly remembered by Aunt Ethel, uncle Mick and family. RETURN THANKS ! fHAPMAN.—The family of the late Mrs v Emily Chapman, of Oakbenk (Ute or Prospect) desire to assure reUtlons and friends of tbe comfort they derived in their sorrow by the fclndnfjss of all. nRAPEB.—The son and daughters of the ? Ute Charles Draper, of Gawler South, wish to thank all relatives and friends for floral tributes, letters, cards and tele. grams and personal expressions of sym pathy in their recent bereavement. Spe cial thanks to Dr. Dawes. Please accept this as our personal thanks. EDWARDS.— Mr. P. A. Edwards and sons Wallaroo, wish to thank all kind friends and relatives for floral tributes, telegrams, letters, cards and personal expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement Special thanks to tbe matron, sisters and nurses Wallaroo Hospital; also Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Seeley. Will all please accept this as our personal gratitude? CRISBY.—The daughters of the late Ann * Jane Frfsby desire to lhank all rela tives, friends, neighbors for letters, cards, telegrams of sympathy in the loss of their mother. Will all accept thl* as our per sona] expression of deepest gratitude? — GALLAGHER. —Mr. John B. Gallagher wishes to thank all relatives and friends for floral tributes, letters, cards, tele grams, and personal expressions of sym pathy reoelved in the recent sad loss of his mother. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of sincere grati tude? CHARP.—The mother of the Ute John w Sharp sincerely thanks all kind rela tives and friends for their ??i"-^'"?p a f sympathy In her recent sad bereavement.
BETUBN THANKS ?cPHERSOM.— The taethecs, sWrr aad relatives of the t*te Dweui McFber son wish to thank aU frieads for letters, cards, telegrams. Horal Mates mat pa so?al expressloDE at aysapathy tv their recent bereavesment. — fJR^AIf coach and daughter Hem. ?f ?rk?tairn. wish to thank all relatives ana friends for telegrams, letters, cards and (loral tributes aod personal expressions of sympathy Id the locs of their dear daagtt- Vter and sister BTorssa. t. and Mrs. E. J B. Windsor, of Rose street, prospect, wish to thank rest* ttves and friends for floral tributes, let ters, cards, telegraxas. mad peneoal es pressioas of sympathy to the loss of their dear baby son. John. Special thanks U> the staSs at the Adelaide OUHnars and Aston Hospitals. WTD aU pleaae accept this as oar personal tiimialm af crafi t?de? , . ?B. O. Kelson and fasofiy of Montpelller ?street. Exeter, vkb to taank an these ecpressl?g sympaOiy abovt their son aad hfother Walter, who gassed away IfareH ?RE. B. PUtten and sons wish to than* ?all relatives aad friends for ttoral trl bntes, cards. tetegnu?s and expressions of sjramathy la their recent sad bereave ment. Please accept this v osr pensaal expression of gratttale. . US. * Ireland aad ?as?hter. of Black ?wood, aad Mr. J. Ireland, of Asetalde. wish to tbank aU their many frieads and relatives for letters, cuds. tekcra??. beantifnl floral trfbotea. and expressiocu of sympathy tn then- rseeat sad loss of their ran aod brother, limci. WHt aU please accept this as oar | mil expres sion of deep gntttade? ——— ?RS. wTM. Sedgtey and faaay wteb to ?sincerely thaak all kted reUttves aad friends for the many letters, cards, tde ?nzas. beaaUfnl Bora] Crfbotec aad ex presslO?s of sympathy recerred SB tbe? recent sad bereaveatent. Will all kindly accept this as their personal expressleo of deetMstgratltnde? ?RS. W. Spencer and seas, of KUfcenny. ? wish to thaak all relative* and frieads for Soral trfbntes. tetegrasaa. letters, cards, and personal tintfsalom of sym pathy m their recent aad loss. Special thanks to doctors and Banes of Kerwick Repatrlatio? Bospital aad aaemlw* of Croydoo and Kilkenny sab-branch: also employe* of ElectricJ?apaty Company. Os berne. win aU kindly aeeeat ttus as oar pemnnal expresston of deepest axautode? NICHOLSON.—The sons and daughters of the late James Henry Nicholson wish to tender their extreme thanks to relatives and friends for beautiful floral tributes. letters, cards and telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear father. Special thanks to Dr. Downing, and Sister Lea. Please accept this as our personal expressions of deepest gratitude ROONEY.-Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Rooney wish to thank all relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tri butes, kind sympathy In their recent sad locs. SHARP.—Mrs. M. Sharp and sons, of A rjnley. wish to thank an relattns. friends and neighbors for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral trfbntes aad an personal expression* of sympathy tn the sad loss of their dear hasband and father. Special thanks to employes and management of MIT, returned soldiers of Unley sob-branch, also eau>ki/ej of Wool worths. Will aU please accept this las a personal sehuosledgsflept of sln 1 cere gratitude? THE son and daughter and crandehlldreo lof the late A G Watson desire to thank an friends and relatives for floral tributes and sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. THE widow, sons and daughters of the ? Ute A. J. Martin, of Curranralfca. wish to thank all for cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sym pathy in their sad bereavement. Speci ally thanking Dr. Clark and staff ofMln. laton Hospital, win an please accent this as oar personal thanksT THE son and daughters of the late Sarah I Williams wish to sincerely thank all kind triendc and relatives for telearams. letters, cards, beautiful Bora I tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy tn the sad and sodden loss of then- dear mother. WDI all please accept this as our oersmal expression of sincere gratitude? THE family of the late Mis. Cordelia Hol ? brook desire to slncerelv thank all re latives and friends for letters, telegrams, card* and Borel tributes in Utttv recent bereavement. THE sons and daughter of the late Mrs 1 Syrertson, Galway Gardens, wish to tbank al! friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and per sonal expressions of sympathy m their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Mrs Kelly and Father Bayard. VOOHO.—The sisters of the late Mr. A4f 1 Tonne wish to taank all kind friends for floral trfbntes. telegrams, cards, let ters, and personal ezoresslonc of sym pathy in their recent swMm sad bereave ment. Will All pleatc accept tab as onr penonal expression ol deepest gratttade ? n?1 tl?nl?9 !