BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Announcements under this heading must be
authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not ex- ceeding five lines; over five lines Sixpence per
HUMBLE.—On the 26th February, at Payneham, the wife of A. E. Humble, of a son. Both doing
FRASER.—On the 20th March, at Murrabinna, Kingston, the wife of T. H. Fraser, of a daughter.
HEYNE.—On the 23rd March, at William- street, Norwood, the wife of Carl F. Heyne—a daughter. Both doing well.
HORNE.—On the 26th February, at her mother's residence, Warwickshire Cottage, East Adelaide, the wife of C. A. Horne, of Koolunga—a daughter (pre-
DAVIES—BARBER.—On the 16th March, at the residence of the bride's parents, of Ninnes, South Australia, by the Rev. Mr. Finch, Edward Benan Davies, third son of Edward Davies, late of Glen Osmond, to Florance Edith Henrietta Barber, eldest daughter of Richard Barber, of Ninnes.
DEATHS. RULE.—On the 21st March, at the Adelaide Hos-
pital, Charles Sandry Rule, jun., the beloved hus- band of Kate Rule, aged 40 years.
RING. — On the 24th March, at Hewitt- avenue, Rose Park, Lilian Jane, the dearly be- loved daughter of C. A. and L. C. Ring, in her 20th year.
SWANN.—On the 24th March, at Salisbury, Mary Ann, beloved wife of S. J. Swann, aged 60 years.
THREDGOLD.—On the 21st March, at Penzance- street, Glenelg, the beloved wife of Henry S. Thredgold, aged 35 years.
McEWIN.—On the 24th March, at "Glen Ian," North Adelaide, suddenly, Jessie, younger daugh- ter of the late Rev. John McEwin, aged 23 years.
COTTLE.—On the 21st March, at Crystal Brook, John Mason, the beloved husband of Marianna Cottle, and third son of Samuel Cottle, Moonta, aged 41 years.
GRAY.—On the 24th March, at Manoora, the dearly—beloved surviving twin son of Chas. W. and Emily J. Gray, aged 10 months. 85-6
BROWN.—On the 23rd March, at Broken Hill, Robert Home, the dearly-beloved eldest son of James and Mary Brown, of Medindie. 85-6
CHAMBERS.—On the 24th March, at Park- street, Hyde Park, Mary, widow of the late John Chambers, aged 91 years 11 months.
FULWOOD.—On the 20th March, at Bute, Frederick Richard, eldest beloved son of R. and E. Fulwood, aged 22 years. Respected and loved
BADMAN.—In sad but loving memory of our beloved husband and father, Robert Badman, who died at Yacka March 25, 1902.
A few short years shall pass
And we shall reach that shore
Where death-divided friends at last
Shall meet to part no more.
—Inserted by his loving wife, son, and daughter.
MRS. C. ANSON and FAMILY wish to THANK all in Friends and neighbors for letters of sym-
pathy and floral tributes in our late sad bereave- ment. z85
MR. H. S. THREDGOLD and FAMILY desire to THANK their many Friends for expres- sions of sympathy in their very sad bereavement; also Dr. Finniss for his unremitting attention to Mrs. Thredgold during her late illness. z85 THE WIDOW, FAMILY, PARENTS, and
BROTHERS of the late Mr. J. M. COTTLE desire to very kindly express their sincere grati- tude and THANKS to all kind friends for their many expressions of sympathy and floral tributes during their late bereavement.