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Announcements under this heading must be au-

thenticated by the name and address of the sen- der, and are inserted in "The Advertiser," "The Express," "The Chronicle," and Sum- mary for England at a single charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines Sixpence per line.


NOVICE.—On the 4th August, at Greenhill-road, Victoria-Park, the-wife of E. Novice—a daughter.    


CRAMOND—DART.—On the 1st June, at Ade- laide, Albert H. Cramond, second son of J. Cra- mond, Semaphore, to Ada S. Dart, only daughter of Mrs. J. S. Elliott, Peterhead. No cake; no



BLOCK.—On the 23rd July, at the Pinnacles, Broken Hill, of hemorrhage, Ella May, second and dearly-beloved daughter of F. C and S. A. W. Block, in her nineteenth year; late of Adelaide and Goodwood, S.A. Respected and loved by all who knew her. Thy will be done.

BLETCHLY.—On the 8th August, at the Allen- dale Hotel, West Broken Hill, of pneumonia, Har- riet, beloved wife of F. C. Bletchly, and second daughter ot the late William Thomas, late of Broken Hill, aged 41 years.

SOMMERVILLE.—On the 10th August, at her mother's residence, King-street, Croydon, Edith Moir Sommerville, after a short illnes, aged 26 years.  

PENDLEBURY.—On the 9th August, at Eliza- beth-street, Norwood, Hannah, the dearly beloved wife of Plantagenet Pendlebury. At rest.

WHEATLEY.—On the 9th August, at Park-street, Hackney, George, the beloved husband of Emma Wheatley, aged 57 years.

GILLESPIE.—On the 11th August, at his re-

sidence, Yongala, Patrick Gillespie, the dearly-be- loved husband of I. M. Gillespie, aged 55.

GILES.—On the 11th August, at his residence, Medindie, Hubert Giles, in his 59th year.

ESAU.—On the 11th August, at his residence, Woodside. Dr. Esau, on his 74th birthday.

MANUEL.—On the 10th August, at his late re- sidence, Glebe-street, Alberton, Thomas Alfred, the only beloved son of Captain Philip and Har- riet Manuel, of Queenstown, aged 41 years.


CONSTABLE.—In sad and loving memory of William, the dearly-loved husband of Bridget Con- stable, who died at Boulder City, W.A., on Au- gust 12, 1900. May his soul rest in peace. Amen. Inserted by his wife and family.  

TIIREADGOLD.—In loving memory of Mary Ann Threadgold, beloved wife of William Threadgold, Maylands, S.A., who departed this life suddenly, August 12, 1900, after 53 years of happy wedded life, aged 77 years.

MEDLOW.—In loving memory of dear Hurtle, who died 12th August, 1898, aged 18 years.

Peaceful be thy silent slumber, Peaceful in thy grave so low.

—Inserted by S. and S. and A. B. Medlow.

MAHONEY.—In loving memory of Martha, the beloved wife of William Mahoney, who died Au- gust 12th, 1898, aged 39 years.

Not gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to our Father's home above.

—Inserted by her loving husband and children, Willimott-street, Glanville.

BARTLETT.—In loving memory of James Bart-   lett, who was accidentally killed at Mary-street, Unley, August 12th, 1898. Not dead, but sleepeth. —Inserted by his loving wife and family.

BAMENT.—In loving memory of our dear father, George Bament, who passed away August 12th, 1900. Colonist 25 years.

A father more true never dwelt on earth,

Or proved to his children a true father's worth; But midst all our sorrows one hope doth remain,   He has gone to his rest, he is free from all pain.     —lnserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, M. and W. Stark, Portland.