BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
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WHEELHOUSE.—On the 9th February, at Dale- street, Port Adelaide, the wife of F. I. Wheel- house, of a daughter.
DAVY.—On the 10th February, at Normanville, James-street, Stepney, the wife of George Henry Davy—a daughter.
McNIECE—BROWN.—On the 3rd February, at Methodist Church, Brompton, by the Rev. W. T. Shapley, assisted by Revs. T. Bullock and J. D. Longsford, William Coombe, eldest son of W. T. McNiece, Croydon, to Florence Hebron, third daughter of T. T. Brown, Brompton.
BARNES—DOULEY.—On the 18th January, at the Flinders-street Baptist, by the Rev. J. G. Raws, George, second son of the late George Barnes, Surrey Hills, Sydney, to Lilian E., youngest daughter of the late Robert Douley, Greenock, S.A.
HARVEY—COOKE.—On the 15th January, at St. John's Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. Canon Hopcraft, Alfred H. Harvey, eldest son of Arthur Harvey, to Margaret A. A. (Maggie), eldest daugh- ter of Frederick J. Cooke, Pirie-strcet, and eldest granddaughter of T. H. Cooke, Cypress-street.
FINCK—SEVERIN.—On the 11th February, at the German Church, Flinders-street, C. H. Julius Finck, only son of Mrs. Ida Finck, of Adelaide, to Matilda, youngest daughter of Mr. Johann Seve- rin, of Freeling.
THOMSON.—On the 18th February, at her resi- dence, Esmond-street, Hyde Park, Agnes Thom- son, aged 75 years. At rest.
THREDGOLD.—On the 12th February, at Kan- garilla, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Chas. Thredgold, aged 72 years.
PALM.—On the 14th February, at the residence of her son (J. H. Palm), near Two Wells, Johanna, relict of the late Heinrich Palm, leaving four sons, three daughters, 35 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren to mourn their loss, aged
79 years. A colonist of 55 years.
McMAHON.—On the 4th February, at Dr. Hynes' Private Hospital, Carrington-street, Ade- laide, Mary, only beloved surviving daughter of John and Bridget McMahon, Hamley Bridge and Undalya, aged 27 years. R.I.P.
McMAHON.—On- the 4th February, Mary, only beloved daughter of J. and B. McMahon, of Un- dalya and Hamley Bridge. R.I.P.
PARKER.—On the 9th February, at Portland
place, Port Adelaide, suddenly, Mary Ann, the dearly-beloved wife of Charles Richard Parker,
aged 45 years, leaving two daughters and a loving
husband to mourn their sad loss.
CUMMINGS.—On the 30th January, at her re- sidence, Valley Farm, Mannanarie, Jane Cum- mings, relict of the late George Cummings; she leaves three sons and two daughters. Aged 71 years. The Lord gave and the Lord has taken
SODEMANN.—In loving memory of W. E. Sode - mann, dearly beloved husband of J. Sodemann, who died at his residence, George-street, Nor- wood, February 18, 1901. At rest in heaven.
Just one sad year ago to-day
Since my dear husband was called away. —Inserted by his loving wife and children.
EMMERTON.—In loving memory of my dear father, Levi Emmerton, who departed this life February 18, 1901.
Our friend, our earthly friend, is gone,
A loving father, dear and kind;
Death came and snatched his life away.
And we are left to weep behind.
'Tis hard to part with one so dear; We little thought his end so near;
And though he's gone, we know it's best— Our dearest father has gone to rest.
In the grave lies hidden from our view, A loving father kind and true;
Death cannot from our minds efface His tender care, his loving face.
His words, his actions, are not dead, But in our minds are daily read. Worthy of true respect was he
From those he left behind— A better father could not live,
A father more, true and kind.
—Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, Walter and Eva Emmerton.
SIMMONS.—In loving memory of our dear sister, Rebecca Simmons, who passed away February 17, 1901.
She left her infant baby boy to her husband's
And went above at her Saviour's call to dwell
for ever there.
For many years our family chain was fondly
But, oh, that chain is broken now—three links
are gone for ever.
—Inserted by her loving sister, Alice Chivell.
CASEY.—In sad but loving memory of our dear son and brother, Jack, who died in New South Wales, February 15, 1898.
Early wert thou taken, brother,
And we know 'tis vain to weep; Tears of ours will never wake thee
From thy peaceful happy sleep.
—Inserted by his sorrowing parents and sisters.
EMMERTON.—In loving memory of Levi Em- merton, beloved husband of Mary Jane Emmerton, who died February 18, 1901, at Fifth Creek, aged
Call not back the dear departed,
Anchored safe where storms are o'er; On the borderland we left him,
Soon to meet and part no more. Far beyond this world of changes,
Far beyond this world of care,
We shall find our missing loved one
In our Father's mansion fair.
—Inserted by his loving wife and children.
ELLIS.—In loving memory of my dear mother, Catherine Ellis, who died at Bridgewater, Feb- ruary 8th, 1898.—Inserted by her loving daughter, R. Bruce, and grandchildren, Jessie and Lilian.
STENNETT.—In loving remembrance of Maggie Stennett, dearly-beloved wife of R. Stennett, who died at Norwood, February 16, 1900.
Immaculate heart of Mary,
Your prayers for her extol; Oh, sacred heart of Jesus,
Have mercy on her soul.
—Inserted by her loving husband and sister,
SODEMANN.—In loving remembrance of our dear brother, William Ellis, who died at Norwood Feb- ruary 18, 1901.
There let the way appear, steps up to heaven; All that Thou sendest me, in mercy given;
Angels to beckon me, nearer my God to Thee,
nearer to Thee.
—Inserted by his loving sisters, S. Sodemann, M. Rogerson, and brothers, E. F. and G. U. Sode-
STRATFORD.—In loving memory of my dear father, died February 18, 1901, aged 72 years.
Weary with life's long journey.
Of battles with pain and strife;
Gone from this world of troubles
To a home of eternal life.
—Inserted by his loving daughter, E. A. Dring,
McNAMARA.—In loving memory of Margaret Agnes McNamara, who died at Wilpena-terrace, Kilkenny, on the 18th February, 1901, aged 20 years. R.I.P.
Time has passed, and friends around us
Think the wound is healed,
But they little know the sorrow
That lies within our hearts concealed.
—Inserted by her loving parents, sister, and bro- ther, J. B. and K. McNamara, Wilpena-terrace, Kilkenny. Sydney and Queensland papers please
WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of John Trewren Williams, who died at Broken Hill, February 18, 1899. Beloved father of J. D. Williams, Rose-