BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS Announcements under this h^rt^c most be authenticated by the name and address ol the sender, and an Inserted at a charge of two shillings mjaA Sixpence when not exceeding five lines; over five lines. &ii-p**>n' per line. Death Advertisements In which a Fnneral An nouncement is nude are charged for as If ?ie Death and Funeral were separate an nouncements namely:— The tPlnim"rn charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Ifemoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than oce deceased are charged 3/6 each for each deceased men tioned, as If they were distinct and separate announcements. engagements and *piM****i***?***ff ACarrlage and MarHagr Notices require tno signature of both partlei concerned. BIRTHS BEST.—On the sth July, at 'Wolseley* Pri vate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert, of 29. Brown street. West Croydon—a son (still born). No visitors for seven days. mmiT—On the 3rd July, at *La Peronse.* Everard avenue, Keswiclc, to Mr. and Mrs. W. K. H. Hammat, Harvey street, Galway Gardens—a son (stillborn). Special HinTiW* to Nurse Murphy and Dr. Buraard. NUTT.—On the 2nd July, at Bower street. Woodville. to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nutt— a. daughter (Kathleen). Grateful thanks to Dr. L. J. Dunstone, of Woodville, and Mrs. Tonkin, Semaphore. PAIN (nee Kate Shannon).—On the 7th July, at Warringa Hospital, Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. C Pain, of Ambleside a son. REIMANN.—On the 30th June, at Bushey, Hertfordshire, grigl""*, the wife of Dr. A. L. Reunann (Doris Bradley)—a daughter. WEBSTER (nee Ellen Riding).—On Sunday, the 2nd July, to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webster. at No. 8 Russell street, St. Leonards—a/daugh ter (Margaret Patricia Myrilla), Both doing wen. YOUNG (nee Myrtle Bray).—On the 24th June, at the Queen's Home, Rose Park, to Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Young. Long Plains—a son (David Icon). MARRIAGES CRANZ—GELSTON.—On the 5th June, at Our Lady of Dolores Church, Kingswood, by Rev. Father Considine, Mervyn Vincent, eldest son of Mrs. Pawelski, Laura, and the late Mr. Cranz, Wirrabara, to Esther, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gelston, Hawthorn. HUSELIUS—ROLFE.—On the 12th June, at 6t. Augustine's, Renmark. by the Rev. A. L. Bulbeck. Agnes C, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. HuseUus, to Reginald T, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Rolfe. Present address, Henmark. S.A. SILVER WEDDINGS BOTT—FREAK.—On the Sts July, 1908 at Calllngton, by the late Rev. T. M. Flood. Samuel Hurtle (Les), second son of Mr. and Mrs. U Bott, callington, to Grace Adelaide, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Freak. Gawler. Present address, 9, Fourteenth street. Gawler West LEE— THOMSON. —On the 8th July, 1908. at St. Peter's Church. Broken Hill. N.S.W., by the Rev. N. Denziel Herring, E. Gilbert, young est son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. of Clare, to A. Mabel (May), eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomson, of Beryl street. North Broken Hill, late of Mel bourne. Present address. Box 5, Whyalla. TURNER—LOVE.—On the Bth July, 1908, at Albert Park, by Pastor W. C. Brooker, George, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. Turner, to Jessie, third daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. Love. Present address. Marden road. Payneham. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BUDDLE—HANCOCK. — The marriage of Daphne P, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Buddie, ReyneUa, to Albert F., only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hancock. Darling ton, will be solemnised at Pirle street Method ist Church. Adelaide, by Rev. W. A. Dunn, on Saturday. 22nd July, at 7 p.m. Relatives and Mends cordially Invited to ceremony. HARVEY—SHEPHERDSON-—The marriage of Edna E., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Harvey, of Yacka, to Gillan R., third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. W. Shepherdson, or Payneham, will be celebrated at the Yacka Methodist Church, on 19th July, at 3 p.m.
APPROACHING MARRIAGES JOHN—PALMER.—The marriage of Ella Margaret, youngest daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. F. John, of Renmark. to Henry Edis, second son of Mrs. E. Moore, of Renmark. late of MjT.ir.rtio N.S.W.. will be solemnised at United Ev. Lutheran Church, Renmark, on 12th July, at 7.30 pjn. Reception at Oddfellows' Hall. MADDERN—MASON. — The marriage of Edith Grace, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Maddera. of Adelaide, to Har vey Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mason, of Miriam, Victoria, will be solem nised at Maughan Church, by Rev. S. Forsyth. on Saturday, 15th July, at 3-30 p.m. WOOD—CAIRD.—The marriage of Joyce Perm. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood, of Hillside, to Lawrence William, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Caird, of Mile-End, will be solemnised at Maughan Church. Franklin street, on 15th July, at 7 pjn. Rev. G. N. White officiating. ENGAGEMENTS AMES —BEASLEY.—The engagement is announced of Marjory V, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ames, of Wilcox avenue. Prospect, to Ronald S., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Beasley, Henley Beach road. New Mile-End. BROADBENT—HEMER —The engagement is announced of Edna L, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Broadbent, of Bagot avenue, CowandiUa, to George E., third son of Mr and Mrs. H. Hemer, of Bantine road, New Mile-End. REIGER—MANN.—The engagement Ja an nounced of Gertrude M.. only daughter ol Mr and Mrs. H. Rieger, Saddleworth, S_a_, to George F. W.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Mann, MerbeTH. Victoria. WHITE- NIMMO. —The engagement Is an nounced of Mavis Jean Rlsely, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White, of Grant ay.. Rose Park. tc-Vincent RusselL only son of Mr. and the late Mrs- A. L. Nimmo, of Tusmore. DEATHS AGARS.—On the 7th July, at Wilkawatt. Jeffrey, beloved younger son of Den Agars and the late Olive Agars, aged 7 years. BLACKWELL. —On the 6th July, at Narra coorte. Maggie, beloved wife of J. B. BlackwelL aged 69 years. BOWERING.—On the 7th July, at the Me morial Hospital, Ronald Gilmour, dearly be loved only son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bowering, of Marion place, Prospect, aged 17 years. At rest. CUNNINGHAM. —On the 7th July, at his residence, 27 Laura street. Stepney, John. lov ing husband of Mary Cunningham, and father of Alec, Jack. Win, Florrie. Daisy, Nellie, and Gertie, aged 77 years. Requiescat in pace. CONSTABLE.—On the 2nd July, at Port Firie. Alex, the beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Constable, late of VTallaroo Mines, loving father of May, Mabel, and Olive. Peace fully sleeping. CHOULES. —On the sth July, at Kalgoorlie, W.A, Mary Ann, beloved wife of W. Choulcs, in her 79th year. Late of Lyndoch. CORRELL.— On the 6th July (suddenly). James John Correll, of Harrow road, College Park (late of Star of the Barrier, Broken Hill), dearly beloved husband of Margaret Correll, aged 68 years. DOWD.—On the 2nd July, at his residence. Spalding. John Albert, beloved husband of /???>? Dowd. Requiescat in pace. DANCE.—On the 17th June, at his daugh ter's residence. "Tower Hall." 36 Lily street, Burwood Heights. Fn field. Richard Dance, be loved father of Mrs. G. A. Brobble. Sydney, Mrs. T. Richards, Broken Hill, Mrs. A. Cham bers, Cardiff, Mr. S. D. Dance. Wentworthville, Sydney. Interred privately. Bookwood Ceme tery. DAENKE.—On the 7th July, at Corowa, N.S.W., Lucy, relict of L. L. Daenke. of Wolse- ley. DUNN.—On the 28th June, at Glenelg, Thomas Joseph Dunn (late guard, S.A.R.) dearly beloved husband of the late Mary Matilda Dunn, and loving father of Tom, Edga. Ernie. Charles, Mesdames Gordon and Tucker. At rest. DUNSTONE.—On the 7th July, at the resi dence of her son (Mr. W. E. Virgin). Military road. Mellor Park, Amelia., relict of Charles Hay Dnnstone, aged 79 years. A patient suf ferer at rest. GULDNER. - On the 20th June, at the Yorke- town Hospital (after a serious operation), Louisa, beloved wife of W. Guldner, of Moo- rowie, and loved mother of Meta, Olga, Mary, and Daisy, aged 73 years. GREEN.—At Moonta, on Monday, the 3rd July < suddenly>, Addie. relict of Samuel Green, and beloved sister of Albena Titcomb. East Moonta, aged 61 years. GALLEHAWK.— On the 7th July, at her daughter's residence. Lansdowne terrace. Wal kerville, Louise Ernestine, the devoted wife of Sydney H. Gallehawk, aged 54 years. O Lamb of God, I come. JENKINS.—On the 7th July, at Northfield Infections Hospital, Brian William, dearly be loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Percival W. Jenkins, of 23 Ledger road, Caversham. Woodville, aged 3 years and 10 months. Another little bud to bloom in heaven. LEICESTER—On the 7th July, at Adelaide Frederick, beloved husband of Fanny Leices ter, aged SS years. LE ROSSIGNOL.—On the 6th July, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. P. Smythe), 39 Gladstone road, Mile-End, Elizabeth Le Rossignol, relict of Henry Le Rossignol. (No mourning, by request.) Aged 89 years. LIEBELT.—On the 7th July, at his resi dence, Adelaide road. Mount Barker, Christoph Gustav Liebelt, age 70 years. OTTO.—On the 7th July, at his residence. Brinkley road, Murray Bridge. Johann August Otto, aged 62 years (suddenly). TUCKER. —On the 6th July, at No. 2 Swift street. Port Pirie West, Emily, beloved wife of George T. Tucker, and mother of Roy T.mian, and Rose. At rest. VENUS.—On the sth July, at a Private Nurs ing Home. College Park. George, the dearly beloved husband of Hester Holden Venus 27 Opey arouse, CTnley, aged 76 years. WELLS.—On the 7th July, at his late resi dence, Medway street, Fnllarton Estate, Harry D, dearly beloved husband of Rose aI Wells, aged 65 years. YOUNG.—On the 2nd July, at Tyabb Vic toria, Elizabeth Sellna (Bessie), sister of Mr. J. H. Young, formerly of Hutt street, Adelaide. FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 4. IN MEMORIAM ARNOLD.—In loving memory of my dear fatherand our grandfather, who died on the Time may heal the edge of Brief, But memory turns back another leaf. —Inserted by his daughter and son-in-law Ella and *?*"". and grandchildren. ALLEN,—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed anr at Maitland on 7th July! 1931. paasea ~way Life's duties nobly done. Heaven's rest nobly won. —Ever remembered by her loving son. daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, at Dow- Unjjville. BUNN.—In loving memory of oar dear hus band andfather. who passed away on Bth July. 1929.—Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. BULLOCK.—In loving memory of John, who passed away on the Bth July, 193 L, Sadly missed. —Ever remembered by his mother, sister and brothers. BULLOCK. John (Cycle Stores).—ln loving memory of our dear husband and father who passed away Bth July. 193 L In silence we remember. BUTLER.—In loving memory of our dear |ogier??ygadj>a. who passed away on the A face we love so wen hath left us for a. spell. But time, which now doth sever, in time win Join together. —Inserted by bis daughter and son-in-law and grandchildren. A. and E. Hewett. Harold. Beg azuX ICargaret. j CRONK.—In loving memory of our dear daughter, Gwenda, passed away on the 8th July, 1932. Gone from us, but leaving memories. —Inserted by her loving parents, brother and sisters, also grandma Reeves. CASTLE.—In loving memory of our dear father. William James Castle, died -on the 9th July. 193 L One of the kindest, dearest and best- A beautiful memory is all we have left —Remembered by his wife, son, and family. DANCE.—In loving memory of our dear uncle, who passed away at Goolwa. Ist July. 1907. Ever remembered.—lnserted by his lov ing nieces. Lydia, Het and Maud. DUNCANSON.—In loving memory of father, who passed away on 9th July. IS3L. Absent in your form, dear father. Vacant in your chair-. When we visit the dear old home. We miss you everywhere. —Inserted by son and daughter. Lettle and Jim. DUNCANSON.—In loving memory of our father and grandfather, who died on the 9th July, 1930. Gone, but not forgotten.— George. Ett, Bonnie Stoneman. DUNCANSON.—In loving memory of my dear husband, John, who died on the 9th July, 1930. —A. Duncanson.
IN MEMORIAM DUNCANSON.—In lening memory of John Duncanson. who died on tbe 9th July. 1930. Ever remembered—lnserted by his daughter and grandson, Maggie and Desmond. DELBRIDGE.—In cherished memory of my loving and beloved wife, Ada Maud Delbridge, who passed to the higher life on the 8th July, 1930. Enshrined in the heart of one who loved you dearly. Your gentle spirit lingers with me still. —Inserted by her sorrowing husband. DINEEN.—In loving memory of my dear husband. Jeremiah James, who passed away on the 10th July. 1930. —Inserted by his lov ing wife and children. EDMONDS.—Lortnc remembrance of an honorable man. c. W. Edmonds, of Maccles- Celd, who passed away 9th July. 1928. He was a man of mercy and bis righteous ways are not forgotten. —Inserted by his wife and children. EKINS (nee Cocker). —In fond remem brance of our beloved Zealia, who passed away 8th July, 1932. —Inserted by her loving sisters. Violet, Melinda, and Melita. EKINS.—ln loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who departed this life on 8th July. 1932. And with the morn those angel faces smile. Which we have loved long since and lost awhile. —Sadly missed by her loving husband and chil dren, Gwen, Denis, and Beryl. FERGUSON.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father. John Reid, who passed away suddenly at Eden, on the 9th July, 1932. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. —-Inserted by bis loving wife and daughters. FARRELL.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the Sth July. 1930. Time wears away the edge of grief* But memory turns back every leaf. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in law. Nell and Harry. GALLAGHER.—In loving memory of oar dear, daughter and sister, Mavis, who passed away at Burra on 6th July. 1928. Five sad years of thinking. Of a loving daughter and sister we lost; Only God in heaven knows What that parting cost. —Inserted by her loving father, sisters and brothers, Gawler. GRAY.—In loving memoir of my dear niece (Toss), who passed away Bth July. 1932. Resting where no shadows falL —Inserted by her loving aunt. Fan. GRAY.—In loving memory of my dear sister and auntie, who passed away on the Bth July, 1932. Her smiling face and loving ways. Will linger with us all our days; Your dear face we'd love to see. But all we have is a memory. —Inserted by her loving brother. Will, and family. GREY.—A tribute of love to the memory or a dear paL who passed away on the Sth July 1932. To memory ever dear. —Inserted by Bonnie and Suzanne. GREENBERG.—In loving memory ot mv dear husband and father, who died on th 9th July. 1926. Always remembered by his loving wife and family. GIBSON.-—ln loving memory of our dear nncle. Dr. Thomas Gibson, who passed away at Clarence Park on the 9th July. 1932.—In serted by his nieces. Annie and Myrtle. HAMMOND.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father (Clem), who passed away on 9th July, 1931. Sadly missed. —Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. HAMMOND-—ln loving memory of dear Clem., who passed away 9th July. 1931. True hearts that loved you in life Stni love you in death the same. —Deeply mourned by his loved ones, Prospect. HAMMOND.—In loving memory of Clem, who passed away at Prospect on the 9th July. Sweetest memories linger still. —Inserted by his loving sister, Irene Backman. HIGHETT.—In sad. but loving memory of cur darlinc daughter and sister. Marie Clorine. who was called Borne on Bth July. 1919, at Murray Bridge. In our room there's a beautiful picture. More precious than silver or gold; It's a picture of our darling Marie. whose memory will never grow cold. —Ever remembered by her loving father, mother, sisters and brothers. HAGARTY. —In loving memory of our dear husband, father, and grandpa, died on the Bth July, 1927. at Mile-End. —Always remembered by his loving wuTe and family. HALL.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on tlie Sth July. 1921. If your eyes could only open. Oh! what changes you would see. Bat 'tis better far. dear mother. From all earth's troubles you are free. —Ever remembered by her loving daughters. Jean and Audrey. JEFFERY.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died Victor Harbour, Bth July. 1922. Gone from us that welcoming smile. The cheerful, kindly ways; The heart that made so many friends In happy bygone days. —Ever remembered by his wife, children, and grandchildren. LENNIE.—In loving memory of Marjorie fMsrj). who died on the 7th July, 1921. Ever remembered. —Insert*) by her loving father, sisters and brothers. Newmarket Hotel. McEWEN.—A tribute of love to the me mory of oor dear wife, mother, and grandma, who passed away on Bth July, 1932. A life of love, so true and kind. A beautiful memory left behind. —Ever remembered by her loving family. Whyalla and Port Pirie. MUMME.—In loving remembrance of my dear brother Gus. who departed this life at trorti^i. on the 3th July. ISIS. Thy remembrance is ever dear. —Inserted by his loving brother. A. R. Mnmme. MUMME.—In loving memory of dear Gus, who fell asleep on the 9th July. 1915, at Kadlna. Not just today, but every day. ir, silence I remember. —Inserted by his sister Martha. NAYLOR.—In loving memory of John Wil- liam Lamberton Naylor, who passed away on the 8th July. 1929. "To make up His jewels." —Inserted by his loving parents, also Howard. Miriam, and David. NAYLOR. —In loving memory of our dear grandson, who passed sway on tbe 8th July. 1929. We loved you too dearly to ever forget. —Inserted by his loving grandparents. Alex, and Jessie Smith, 8 Park road, Kensington Park. PAYNTER. —In loving memory of William Hercules Paynter. who passed away on tbe Sth July. IS3l.—lnserted by his loving wife and son, Kenneth. PRICE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died at Port Noarlunga, on the Bth July. 1932. In the early hours, when an was still, God gave Bis (Treat command. An angel bent with a gentle touch. And clasped our dear tattler's hand. —Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in law, Perce and Ivy, and little Betty. PRICE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on Bth July, 1932. A patient sufferer at rest. —Inserted by his son and daughter-in-law, Keith and Linda. Jim and Vera, Arch and Beat. RITCHIE (nee Vera Marnier).—ln loving memory of our dear friend. Vera, who passed away at Glenelg, on the 9th July. 193 L Not Just today but every day. In silence we remember. —Inserted by her old pals. Ruby and Cliff. ROWE.—In fond memory of our dear mother, who pasted away Bth July. 1915. The world may change from year to year, And friends from day to day: But never will the one we love. From memory pass away. —Inserted by her daughters, Ede. Eft, Mill. Tot. Ida. RAYMOND.—In loving memory of dear Em, who passed away on the Bth July. 1932. at Pros pect.—Ever remembered by his loving sisters. RAYMOND.—A tribute of love to our dear husband and father, who died at Prospect. Bth July. 1932.—Loved, remembered, and longed for always by his loving wife, son and daughter RODLEY.—In loving memory of our dear Sfjoi^iST"" 11"1 *"h0 pVssed away on A beautiful memory is all we have left. —Inserted by Fred, Gwen, Betty, and John. RODLEY.—In loving memory of our dear nusoaud aa*i fnther, who passed away on Bth Not just today, but every day, *n silence we remember. ?? —Inserted by his loving wife and family. RODLEY.—In loving memory of our dear 'ather and grandfather, who passed away on 3th July, 1924. —Inserted by Syd. Dorrie. and Shirley. Ever remembered. RUDOLPH, William —In loving memory of our dear friend, who died in Port Pirie Hos pital on the Bth July, 1932. Gone from earth that smiling face. Those cheerful, pleasant ways. The heart that won so many friends In happy bygone days. —Inserted by his two friends, J. and F. Allen. SAMPSON.—In loving remembrance of my dear wife, Priscilla. who passed away on the Bth July, 1929. Sadly missed.—lnserted by her loving husband. SMITH.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who parsed away 9tli July. 1929. Sadly missed.—lnserted by her hasband and family. SEXTON.—In loving memory of Uncle John, who died suddenly at Caltowie. R.I.P. Though death divides, fond memory clings. Inserted by his loving nephew Jack, Amy. family, Port Pirie. SCHOLZ, F. C. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the Bth July 1929. We who loved him never forget. —Inserted by his loved ones, Murraytown. SILVER.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who died suddenly at the Outer Harbor on the 9th July. 1931. Often there comes before us Your dear face, fond and .true. For death can never take away Our thoughts, dear dad, of you. —Inserted by his loving daughter. Pearl. Roy. and grandchildren, Keith and Molly, Albany. SILVER.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died suddenly on the 9th July. 1931. You live with us in memory still. Not just today, but always will. With tender love and deep regret We who loved him can never forget. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. SKINNER.—In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister. Nellie, who passed away on tbe Bth July. 1931. There is a grave we often visit In a spot not so far away. Whpre we !aid our dearest girl Just two years ago today. —Inserted by her loving parents, sisters Mabel. Eileen, and brother-in-law, Pat. SAMUEL.—In memory of Dick, who passed away on the Bth July, 1927. Ever remembered. —Inserted by mother and sister. TYLER.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away at Pt. Lincoln on Bth July, 1928. A life of iove, so true and kind, A beautiful memory left behind. —Inserted by her loving husband. John, son and daughter-in-law. Albert and Linda. TYLER.—In loving memory of dear mother, who parsed away at Port Lincoln. Sth July. 1928. Til" passing years will never change The tlioii?lit of you so dear: Fond mrmorirs Jinger rrery day, nemembrance keeps you near. —Inserted by h<r loving son Tom. daughter in-law Ollic. and grandchildren.
IN MEMORIAM TYLER.—ln loving memory of dear mother, who passed away at Port Lincoln, on Btb July, 1928. In my room there's a beautiful picture. More precious Uian silver or gold; It's a picture of my dear mother. Whose memory will never grow old. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Harriet. WILLSON.—In loving memory of our dar ling wife and mother, Frances G. Willson. who passed away on 9th July. 1928, at Kangaroo Island.—Ever lovingly remembered by her hus band and children. WOLSTENCROFT.—In loving memory of Billy, the elder son of Ernest and Eunice Wolstencroft. of Jabuk. who passed away at Lameroo Hospital, on 9th July. 1931. Thy purpose. Lord, we cannot see. But all is well that's done by Thee. WOLSTENCROFT.—In" loving memory of our dear grandson. Billy, who was called to his heavenly home on 9th July, 1931. Some day we'll understand.—lnserted by Mr. and Mrs. TV. Wolstencrofi, Grange. WORDEN.—In loving memory of Charlie, who passed away at Quom, on Bth July. 1931. —Ever remembered by Alma and babies, cousins. Rose. Sam and family. In loving memory of our dear sister Nelly who passed on the Bth July, 1931.—Ever re membered by ber loving sister and brother in-law. Alice and Jim.