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
SPILLER.-On the 16th October, at Wattle street, Malvern, the wife of P. R. Spiller-a son.
STERZL.-On the 7th October, at ."Stafford," Arthur-street, Unley, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Steed
JONES.-On the 7th October, at Hillgrove. Oak lands, Y.P.. the wife of A. W. Jones-a daughter (Doreen Man-).
BAKER-RYMILL.-On the 14th October, at St. Michael's, Mitcham, by the Rev. A. V. Clampett, John Richard, eldest son of Sir Richard Baker, K.C.M.G., Morialta. South Australia, to Mary Carstairs, eldest daughter of Frank Rymill, Esq., Springfield, Mitcham.
COOPER-PAVLICH.-On the 14th October, at the residence of Mr. B. Cooper, Unley, by the Rev. Martin, William James, the second son of Mr. Benjamin Cooper, to Edith , the only daughter of Mr. H. S. Pavlich, of Port Pirie.
RICHARDSON-ROBERTS.-On the 30th August, at the Bagster Hall, West Coast, by the Rev. J. G. Shackley, Nathaniel George, fourth son of Thomas Richardson, J.P., Penong, to Edith (Edie), eldest
daughter of N. and H. Roberts. Bagster.
BOORD.-On the 15th October, at Hahndorf, of senile decay. Septimus Boord, sen., aged k6 years. No ¿ewer» English papers please copy.
SCHULZ-On the 14th October, at the Adelaide Hospital. Johamvi Dorthea, beloved wife of the late Christian Schulz, of Happy Valley, aged 68
EDSON.-On the 10th October, at William-street, Beverley, Mary, the beloved wife of Charle« Ed son, late of Port Victoria, aged CT years. Loved by all who knew her. Seep on, beloved, and take
PROSSER.-On the 10th October, at Booleroo Centre, Mary, the beloved wife of the late James Prosser, formerly of Scott's Creek, near Nairne,
aged SG years.
MURPHY.-On the 12th October, at Huddleston, Margaret, the dearly -beloved wife of Daniel Murphy, aged 6O years, after a long and painful illness, leaving a sorrowing husband and family.
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WILLIAMS-In loving memorj of W J «ii lianw, who died at Redruth on October 17, 1904
'Gone home "-Inserted bj his loving wife and daughters. Mary and Martha.
THULBORN -In loving memory of Eliza the be- loved wife of John Thulborn, who died at Hind- marsh, October 17, 1903 -Inserted by her husband, sons and daugbters.
OVRTLB-iii sad and loving memory of mv de*r brofhcr Walter, vvlio died at Clorkc-oti-ee'-, Walkerville, October 17,1901 ' Though lost to s got to memory ever dear "-Inserted by his sister
Edith W \
CARTER-In loving remembrance of dear Walter, who died October 17, 1901 Gone, but not
GROOBY-In loving memory of our dear mother Louisa Groobv, who died at Hamley
Bridge October lo 1904
Gentle in miad, patient in pam,
Our dear mother left us beaven to gain,
I A\ ith actions so gentle, so generous, and kind,
Few m this world her equal to find.
?Not gone from memory, not gone from love,
But gone to our Father s horde above I -Inserted bj her loving sons and daughters
MR CHARLES EDSOV and FUOLY desire to
expresa their sincere THAMjjs to Dr Bonnin,
?Neighbors, and all Friends for great kindness j shown aloo for letters of svmpathy and floral tri lutes forwarded during their recent bereavement.
MR D MURPHY and F4MILY desne tj
THANK all kind friends for expressions of sympathy in their late sad bereavement.