BIKTHS. HABBIAGES. AND DEATHS. &anGmic--_ti_-i a_3d?r elite meadlna rat be ?ntl-c__ulcji-d by tte name -i>d adtrem at the Bender, ud are insetted mt ? durge ol Two Kiilln.t. aod Sixpence eacb when not e-ceed Inn; aim lines; om fiv, line, Biypenr, mm line. Dealii AdmtS_____meDt? in oUch a foment mn nanacemest fa made are duiged lac aa if tbe Deatb and Funeral were separate ann-i-ioe tneo—B. oaxoelyz —Tbe mioanom cbacge ol S/0 and S/ll respect!"-!;. Ib Stemoriam and Deaxb Aa^x&aantnxn _bo_b tai-in<r reference to mote tban one deceased are charged S/6 each lor eacb deceased men turned, aa if tbej wel, distinct and separate announoi.—————. BIRTHS MARKS.—it 1. Ellesmrre-street, Kenni-ston, Parle, on tbe 29th March, to the wife of J. _____ li___rks—a bonny bov. Special tbaofca to Sr. Doosbs MofUtt and Sister Collet-. THOMAS (nee Laurel Sili)-—On tbe 26th -Uar-Th, at _Tort_ Memorul HTisp:t-l. ta Ilr. and Mrs. Fna_t Tb Tim*-, SS, WUc>x aveaae, rrje-ect—a son (UOton). iSoti well. DALY (nee Ethel I-od).—On tbe 87ih -Uich, at Hutchinson's Hospital, Gawler, to Hi. and Mrs. 3. C D___.y. tiaxler Somrh — m d__*nch*-T <X_elwjn__e Glenda). WATSOH.—At -Trama;-.!/* Hospital, Glenelg, to the wife of J. D. M. Wats*n—a son. IRVINE (nee Doris Wateon).—On the ll"* Ibrcb, at Walker-street. Birkeohaai, to Captain and Mcs. V. T. Irvinre—a. darc^ter (Doris Helen). Special tbanks to Dr. Tassie and _S_irs? Dnam. MARRIAGES. DAVIES—JOHMSOM.—On T_i__e 3rd V-irh, it St. I'jnl'i Church, Putt Adelaide, Clifford Allan, aecond son ol Hr. and -Irs. U. J. Davies. Tic-en, to Emmeli-Be -Un-iine, dan^iter of Ciptain and lire. Jib-sou, ol l'ort Ade laide. RAGLESS—FERGUSON.—On the 7th March, at Chalmers Church, North-terrace, by the Rev. Dr. J. A Seymour, Leonard V. Ragless, of Bel canoona Station, Copley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H W, Ragless, late of Witchilena Station, to Dorothy C, youngest daughter of the late W. A. Ferguson and Mrs. Ferguson, of Mooloo loo, 46 Oxford terrace, Unley. APPROACHING MARRIAGES. ROUND—HEARN.—Iie m__uri__ee ot Ethel, Tbir- djufhter of Mr. and Mis. B. H. BmrTld, of 25, Uockin-T-place, to Frederick, filth son oi Mr. and Mr*. T. bear-, of Log-m-sTTxee^ will oe celebmed at St. Likes* Vbiimore-square, Ade-. JUi-e, on Satn rday. tbe Ttb Azfril. at C.ti p.__ Jtcception at l*-_an_-_I--i-_-&tr-et ii-id-L, F__an___lm sueet vest. WARWE—TAMUN.—The mairri-ge at Flo rence, second daughter ot Ilr. and Mrs. F. U*_-_m___. of Prot-Fecir, to **V*iili___jm, eldest son of Mr. and Hrs. A. Tamlin, of Xorwood, will be ee_-_-**~-Ced at Vjirgrfaaii <_T-_tairc-X, -t'fca__ui___i__i-sti--e_-, on I'bnixday. 6t_, Aprif, at 7 pjn. Sldx The marr-ase ol M__.v_£, eldest dansbter of Mr. sod Mrs. B. 11. -tucev, oj Senuphore, anl Ronald, younger son e/t Mr. and Mrs. W. X- We*>ber, at W-5t Hin_man___i. wDI be celel.-nled at tbe Albert? Metlio_l_s; Church, tt'ed-tcsdny. April 4, 7 p.-_a- -r'o r-r-ept'oa. All triei-rds in vited to ceremony. DEATHS. JORDAN.—On the 29th Uarch, at Karinga, suddenly, Mary, widow of W. L*. Jordan, aged 56 yeara. Sate in the armi of Jesus. WELLS.—On tie 26th March, at tbe Me morial Hosriia!. Murray Bridge. It. A. H (Bert), do-irly love-d el-esir son of Arthur A. and %rnie li'flls, aad eldest grandsjn ot the late T. H. Berry. Best a__ter much soffering. GILL—Oa tie 2-Jth March, at her residence. Clilerideftrzet. Broken Hia, Oertia, wife ot tt*. G. Gill, aged -G years. SIMONS.—On tjr :9th March, at Mareeba n.--spir_il. Woodxille. Re?i_-_aM Leslie, the d_irl_n^ bilio oi Frederiti ami Malx-l Simons, of Lewin jitik-stree--, J-licnby t;arje____.. aged ijcr montiia. Only hznl. MQ-VILLE.—On tlie Swtb Sarch. at ?. Caes avcnu.^, Glcnelfr. FriHlerick. t!ic* beloved bnsband ; of Mary tic-ice Melville, a^ed 4>3 years. CHAPMAN.—On ilie 29th Marc'j, Carrie, the dearly loved wife ei S. Chapcia-, s=ri lovirs muihcr of Jact arid Dorothy. Thy will be done. NOLL.—On the 29:1i Marcb. at Adelaide. Ed -r--ai-i Otto, d-jarly beloveii fcu<_jand of Laura Xall, oi Dar;rai-m_;i-ftrei.t, North Crorjoo. aiid lit- oi Semaphore-road, Exeter. a^ed~4u ycars- RICE.—On the 29th March, st bif late resi dence, Ba__v_lle-strceT. Pro-meet. Syriii.-y Cotton, l.eloved husHaind of Mary Ixniise, de-r'.y belove.l &'.ti of Sarali Aim Rice, aired 4 7 y?-.rs. ; ' 1 B
HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR. BROWN. Vt. J.—la memory of onr dear mt>z ar.d brother, killed in action at Palestine cn the SUlii March, 191S. IN MEMORIAM. ALDERSON.—In l.vir.jr m.-m-T? of deal tr.t.;',.^r, v.l:o r-—******td iujv ar yrt-elin^, 30ZI Marc*!., !!?-::;. .lust a inemorr, for.d and true. To *:..*w w still '.liizi'i of you. —I___.Tt.-ri I-r i-.r-r IrvTT.z ?-ti. dau^tcr-in-law, ETl.el, Thora riu^^e. ALDERSON—In lnii=j E.en-r>ry of our dear m'ti'er a:..1 ir7_.T;.__r..-t _:rT, -t.o p_i_>scd away al l*'n*.:i!i or. :i'.?h March. Iti-J". VV.. .Jj :..v, J vou "rallv mi- you. In ns.-m.rrv v,ti are enr <iear: J-_..-r. ri.T'-ir.-:*.. ff. lor,-z"i t-..r always, —TiisTTtci b.v Ikt Jr.v.n<; dauchtT atii ?.in-in laiv, Vnu and Oswald. ar_d Jell.
IN MEMORIAM. BROWN-—4n the loviag memory dl onr di-ST brother mid Uncle Jim. who passed *w*y SOth M-_rcfa t 1921, Memorial Hospital, Murray Briije. Gaod v^s his faetrt, his fr-csiship souao, Lov-ed aiio. reGpe-ctc-d by all *round; Bur a Uc-tutaul life came to an end t He diei as he 3ised. €?e_yc__^"fi IricadL Forget him no we never will. —^3E(-ried hy his lovlag £i?ter. M__ry # nephews Gordon and Ronald. BRUHN.—In loring memST? of my -deai mother- |?_i£sed aujy cn The SOth March, 1926. We think of yoa to-day, dear molher. With grief tiia: is <!*__?? ani true; Ko one ki--?ws the si.ent heartache. That makes as low; ior yon- There is hj l>ve like mother's, Thongh w seek for it in vain; Thocgh we may be loved by others, Love like in other's never comes again. —Insarted hy her danshfcer. sm-in-law, aad frj-t ?!^ _^j p -j BRUHN*—In I^rin^ mficnory of my <_eax mother, who passed away on the 30th Marsh, 19-. 6. X am thinking of yoa in eQcnce; _So eyes czxt eec me weep; Bat ever in my aching heart. Vour beautiful memory keep. —Inserted by her loring daughter Selma, Koiti j-u_£laiie. COLLINS- —In. fond memory* of oor -deai gather, who passed away 29th. March, 1922.— Inserted by nis rhilrin-n COOMBE- — la Irving memory ol my -dear eon, J. H. <Dert), wh_. passed away on the 29i_i Jlarch, 1927. Beautiful memories left behind Of a life that was gentle, s<*3i and bind. G>i s wiU be done. —Inserted hy his l>rins mother. COON.—In loving memoiy of onr dear wife and mother; who died 20th March. 1926. We leave ber in God's keeping. The rotcgh road cafelr o'er; She is not dead to loving hearts. Bnt only gone before. —Inserted by her loving husband nnd son, Cl__rrie. CRUSE-—ln l-^ing- memory of E-ueat A. Crcse, who died 13 years to-day. A tender chord of memoiy Is 6-jft.y touched to-day. Inserted by his loving wife and children. EDGWORD.—In lovins memory of onr deai brother, James <Batne£>? who died eadduily ox SOth March, 1925. We remember the last time we parted, ITn MmrmW thm la?T am^l-lix*^
We remcmDer the last gtoi-jic We little (bought, dear Baines. T?a? last it would be. —Inserted by liis loving eittcr Xorah and br> tleriuJaw Hanry. EDMUND&—Ia living memory of mother dear. ?ho passed away 30th March, 1921. We vrh? love you dearly trill treasure sweet menori-s of you.—£v?r Eeauanbercdl by Myra and Charles. HALL. —In loving memory of my dear friend, Ralph, who was killed the 30th March, 1926. Loving memory, cherished ever. Of the happy hours we spent together. —Inserted by his loving friend Paul. HALL. —In loving memory at Ralph, who died at the Adelaide Hospital (result of acci- dent), on the 30th March, 1926, aged 14 years 11 months. To a beautiful life came a sudden end, He died as he lived, everyone's friend. —Ever remembered by his sister and brother-in- law, May and Alf. 90x91 HALL. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother Ralph, who died the 30th March, 1926. I am thinking of you in silence, No eyes can see me weep; But ever in my aching heart Your beautiful memory keeps. —Inserted by his loving mother and sisters. HOLLAND. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Lucy Matilda, who died 29th March, 1915, age 39 years. There is no lore like mother's. Though n seek inr it is rain. Though Tre may ie loved hy others, Loire like mother's revir o?fs Jam. Insarlei b? ?wr lovlza^r ImE^kuiAl and fii'iw^ Clarice, Lucy, BUK, end Jessie. HOKAN.—Im loring nnorr of dear husband and tiJacr. ?ho passed away at llal^rt one year asro. Those viio hare a fatiier. Lore him vfaile you mav. For he. like our dear falliet. Too soon Kill pass away. —Inserted by his loring wife. L. Hodih, and daughter. Urs. S. llajnard, CUre. McDONALD.—Is lannz memory ol oar deal wife and mother. Ethel Marion, -who passej easy 30th March. 192*.—Inserted by her lorfn- hus band and cMdrea. Jack. Ethel. Margaret, Babs, and Owen. POWER.—In loving memory of my dear u Tnni. Tsto died the 30th Slardi, 1923, Tcs-jlt o! accident. Oh, Sacred Heart ot icsm, lave mere; ?n his eooL—lnsertel by ha loviag mother, EUen P3v.er. POWER. —In I yrini; meaioTT ol dear Torn, ?h> died the 30th March, 1923, result of acci £enL Ever fondly remembered by hia Isvinj lister asd brother-in-law, Ali£e And FranJL. POWER. —In loving memory of cor dear bms hand anl fadier, Thomas f*o?er, died 30cb March, 1923. Iteanriful memories <A *>ne so We uiasure still with love sincere, —Insertei by kU lorin? wife and son. REHDER. —A tTfbn:e ot respect to the memory of my fritnd. Mr. A. Behder, who died oa 30th March, 1915. Angels tiaod beside, when fell the even tide, IThen dajjtness deepened the Lord was by hit side. men other helpers failed, and atl hope fled. The Savioar't bosom was s pillow for his wear] head. —Inserted by Ids demoted friend. 90x91 ' RIDGWAY.— In loving memory of mother who passed on 30th March, 1925. Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand, And the sound of a voice now still. — Inserted by Clarrie, Ruby, and children. 90x91 RIDGWAY.—In affectionate remembrance c ray <&ter. Emma Ridgway. who died SOU March. lb2S. Only good-nijbt, '?vlovcd, not larem?]]. —Ins-v:?l by C. E. HUL 80x91 RICHARDS.—In loving memory of our deai mother and £ran:iy, who i>uscd away 30U March, 1U25. Too far away your grave to gee. Bat not too far to remember thee. —Inserted by son Bert, daughter-in-law Tera and three little graadoons. SELLAR.—In lavin; memory of our dea mother, dii-d at St. Peters on the 80th March Doir mother, you ere not forgotten, Kdt tr3o love nevpr d.vs^ Th? dearest Epst on ear:h to us Is where onr mouier li*-E. —^Inserted by lier loving daughter and s.-m to law. Sis and Kfj. SELLAR.—In lovins Bra.ry of dear Add*! who died on the 30:h March, 1927. One of Hie kindest, one of the bo.^t, Gvl sair the was lired. aad called irer to res: —^Inserted by her Icvi^j aany, oncle, eai SELLAR.—In lovtn; memory of mo:her, -?h jiissi^l away 30th March, 192T. —Ever remem bered by her loviag son asd iauj'ater-in-Uw Iio::y su'i Ivjn. SELLAR.—^In lov;ng mrmory of oar dea wife and mrlK-r. uiia died at fiL Peters o 30th March. 1027. To a bountiful l?fe came ? p?acefa^ end. She di.-d Si she Jived, ?i;h Cod ss her friead silie f;l-Ti-.ly gufl?*rci. tbe paLiemly bare. Till Uj.l cjl'itd her home 10 mtf-r no mon —Inserted by her loving husband find childrei SELLAR.—In lovinc mvmory of our if! mD'.lier. \vh.> pajieed aujr en Marca. 102; Sffoetly she 6ieeps, whijo o:hers fi?ii, rni'.cJ in Loavcn, God's plory to thare. There sie is $r*c, from ill foirr^x zr.i caT< —Sadly missed by her lovra;: sna, Alf, diush;-:: in-law. J'^sie. And srraadchiicrcn- SKINNER.—In lov'siz meajry of J?sic Isabe: fJo). pa-isei ?Tijr oa xhi- 23th Jlirrh. 1O"21.- Cver r?nem!jerei Sy ljvin; 33:liev, sistfr, ?n brothers. THIELE.—in lovini mt-mnrr o: my d? mothe- wha died at Wookocl Bend. Loxton. o March 30th. 1!(1?. A voice ko?p? neatly whUrerir.;. B* loiiii:--. I):a>e. srii true. At The ern' of th*l la::P of 6hadow?, I'll he ?i!fni for you. —E-.cr rcmcmliereJ bj h.-r loi-lc; ?i Oscar. THREDGOLD —l-i inivr mi-wry ??'- my ri-M hr.vlirr Kr:.nk M'.ir.). ?Vu-i .T. \i ??! ?:?!??? !i-.-r:'a :;Oth Marc:i. l:'-J7, ri->-jlr oi a.r:>|. lit. *,-,..! |.a< J.^i in iii.< !.? i-r-iriir, IV.- liaio I.im i:i "ur t!?'ai:.;.. —Tnsrr.od by his luvir.; eii'-cr ar.4 brothw-Ji law. May aid Jack.
IN MEMORIAM. I t THREDGOLD.—In loving -memory of out dear boy Fraiik (Dan), -lasted away in Adelaide Hos pital, Marcli 30, 1927, rc^lt of accident-
—Dearly lored and sadly missed by lovuis parents," caters, and brothers. THREDGOLD.—In lovlns memory of onr ?Jear friend, Frank (Han), passed away on SOii; March, 1027. Beautiful memories left behind Ot i We -Jin was gentle, sood, and kind; Time ciiatijres HUi£v things, V.v: roeaiory, like ihe ivy. clings. —Insenrtl by li-s lovins frimds. Mr. and Mre. Burr.cv and 'family. WAKEKiELD.—Ia lor:r? memory ol onr <Je*r *>ro:her iiod node, who f-.isst.-d as^ HlrcSt* Jas: a memory, fend ar.d true. I —Tnsvi:<^i l?v is loving s;s:er mii brot*her-m-laTf, | Clara an.i Cora, aieet-s ani ccriews. WAKEFIELD.—In sad but Isvina; memoir ot oTir di'^r huslund and Jaddr, w'jo rasscd awar 3G:h iljrth. lajs. We mccjrn ::it lnss el him we land. Jind did our be^t to R^ve; Loved in life, re^reitel fcrnx, K'-moallKroi in tbo —^T3-crt?J I>>- h^ lov:r^ t-:;c sad :";ttlo djnshter. WESTBURY.—Ia lovim mnnorr of ny dear mothor. who passed avar 30th "March," I<j;i. —Fondly runu-mbcl^ii hv ber loving son, Wil liam Wostbury. WESTBURY.—Iii IovIti; nicmsTy of my .Insr mother, "ftiia jtissoil an-av ou the 30th Marc\ 1324. GD(i saw what was brforc lifr; W.'-.-t itiz'.s tlte lud to bc-r: And sirlin; doirn, H<- iLai<=i;t it bert —^I^sorT.'J In- her I?'i:.-; d:i:_-'iter Em!lv, ani STinddii^rea", Lsurie i^i Eop'-aald. WESTBURY.—In levins m.-^nrf of my di"?r ! Jnotacr, ?who ras*d m-jy oa tbe 30th ilaic'a, 1 I^2*. _ j Miss you ai'ire as dsys "po by; Wiiat -s ho3ie nlt'.iout a mother? I nave ieamt s;n? you have c3nf. To-day brings bark sad mmnories. I To think that you were taken 1 And coull nit sjy trood-!)ye. —Alwsvs remembered by lier loving son, A. WesiWy. VTOIGHT-—ln lJrir^ m^ory o t onr dsri'.ne babe, T.hj rassei si-ay on the 30th lljr^b, 1524. While h? lies :n s:!->r.i sleep. His TT.em3ry dear we will always keep. -—Ever Tem*raibcrei by bis loving pax^nt and 1 RETURN THANKS. TlflSS K. MoXSKILU ol SS. BanteriHe-terraM. jjl Eastwood, wishes io sincere!.? THASS. ?U k:aj Frieiii^ and Ituljihcs lor tc-lejrrams. cjrdf, i<'^or?, floral tributes, and personal expressions ?it Fympathy jn the sid lo;s of ber dear farlwr.