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Acrouncements 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 line.


DEUTER.-On the 9th February, at Orroroo, to Mr and Mrs H. \ Deuter-a son (George Ferdi nand)


HOWE-MICHELL.-At th^ Stirling Methodist Parsonage, br Rev F Curwood, Alfred T, only son o' \ 1 Howe, Longwood, to Bessie M., second daughter late JoseDh Michell, Un ey Pa-fc

THOMAS-BRAND -On the 23rd January, at the Hindmarsh Congregational Church, by the Rev Thos Hope, John H., younger son of the late Richard Thomas, Wallaroo Mines, nephew of David Thomas, Parkside, to Clara i M , elder daughter of Mr George Brand, Hindmirsh

COLQUHOUN-O BRIEN -On the 19Oh January, at the residence of the brides mother. Cypress-street, Adelaide, by the Rev Andrew Rinkin, William John Colquhoun eldest son of Alexander Colqu. houn, of Parkside, to Ellen May (Nellie), eldest daughter of the late Mathew O 'Brien, late of Mait-



CHILD-On the 4th January, at Jerusalem, near Kadina, Etbeä May the dearly loved wife of Henry H Child, aged 27 years.

KEELAN -On the 16th February, at North ter- race, Bernard, beloved husband of the late Daphne Keelan, and son of P and M Keelan, of Riverton, leaving two sons and three daughters to mourn their sad loss, aged 53 years. Sweet Jesus, have mercy on his soul

LEEDHAM -On the 14th February, at the Ade laide Hospital, after a long illness, Albert Ed ward beloved husband of Martha Leedhara, and son of the late J and J Leedham, Fullerton road, aged 40 years

BICKFORD -On the 7th January, at Brooklyn,  

New York, America, Edward, youngest son of the late William Bickford of Adelaide, aged 57


MORRISON.- On the 22nd February, 1906, at his residence, Stockyard Creek, suddenly, after two years of great suffering, Charles Netherby, loving husband of Sarah A. Morrison, eldest son of Eliza and the late Charles Baker Morrison, leaving two sons and two daughters. Bom in 1847 at Nether- by, Mitcham, S. Aus.

MURPHY-On the 19th February, at Stafford  

street, Adelaide, John Joseph dearly beloved son of i. and C Murphv, aged 29 years R LP

FULSTOV-On the 19th February, at her resi dence. Margaret street, forwood, Mary, widow of late William Fulstdn, of Payneham, aged 64 years.

R LP. So flowers.


LOCKYER -In loving memory of baby Eric, the adopted child of H. J and E Lockjer, who died at Saddleworth on February 20, 1906. Folded in the Heavenly Father's arms.

BROWN -In loving memory of John the dearly beloved fifth son of Michael and Bridget Brown, of Narridy, died at Gladstone, the result of an accident, on February 20, 1905, aged 21 years and 5 months Deeply regretted. R.I P -Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and sister

McASKILL.-In loving memory of my beloved mother, Mary, widow of the late Malcolm McAskill, who died at Hillside, Spalding, February 20, 1904. Gone, but not forgotten -Inserted by her loving son, Hector

HANCOCK.-In sad but lovmg memory of my dear mother, Mary Hancock, who died at Norwood, 20th February, 1903 -Inserted by her loving daugh. ter, Violet

HANCOTK.-In loving- memory of our dear mother, who died February 20,"1903, at forwood

As-the ivy clings to the oak.

So our memory clmgs to thee.

-Inserted by her loving daughters, Laura and


WARD -In loving memory of our dear mother, who died At Kadina on February 20, 1908-In- serted by her loving children, Elsie, Erneut, and Amy. N

WARD -In memory of our dear mother, Bridget WaTa who died February 20 1006

We have missed you, yes, dear mother.

Missed rou ah, at many apace.

The first to- go to when in sorrow,

There is none to fill dear mother's place.

-Inserted by her loving daughter, soa-in law, and family, M. and C McMillan.

CRANWELL -In lovmg memory of my dear bro- ther, George who died lebraary 20, 1906, also var dear mother, who died February 8, 1902. Fond are the ties that are broken, Dear are the ones that are gone - Inserted by M Young

CRANWELL.-In iad but loving memory of George t William Cranwell, who died at Ashton on Februarv 20, 19Ç6, aged 45 years

Farewell, m> husband, dear, farewell,

Adieu, ta tuee adieu,

>-An* we, your dearly loved ones all,

Say farewell, dear, to you

Dearest bather, thou best left us, We tbv loss most deenly feel, But 'tos God who has bereft us.

He can all our sorrows heaL

-Inserted by his sorrowing wife and- family

CRANWELL.-In loving memory of our dear brother who died February 20, 1006

TI« hand -we cannot clasp,

Thy face we cannot see.

Dear George let this little token tell |

We Bhll remember thee

-Inserted by his loving sis ter and brother, Lizzie

and Jack

HEALEY-In loving memorv of our dear hus- band and father, who died at Farina, February 20, 1906, aged 56 years

You who have a father, love him while you


"He will not always stay with you, too soon he'll

pass away,

Your end was sudden, husband, dear, it makes me

weep and sigh.

And, oh it was so hard to think you could not

say goodbye.  

-Inserted by his loving wife and children

HATCH -In loving memorv of my dear husband and father Joshua Hatch, who died January 6, 1905, at -Nuriootpa.

Cod called him home, it was His Will, But in our hearts ve love him still. "His memory is as dear to-dar

AB in the hour he passed away

-Inserted by his loving wife and family.

LAMBERT-In loving remembrance of Richard Lambert who was washed .overboard from the barque Ganymede, off fcW Cape, Tasmania.

Though we arc parted, dear friend, Thou art not forgotten by us,

Hidden silence bears our sorrow, Till we meet m heaven above

-Inserted by fond shipmates J and S Gifford.

rnHE FAMILY of the late Mrs. W11 BLIGHT

J- of Clare desire to THANK their many kind Friends for their expression of sympathy during their sad bereavement and assistance during their

Mother's illness._


to THANK their many friends m Adelaide, Quorn, and Port \ugusta for their kindness, let- ters of sympathy, and floral tributes in their lat'

sad bereavement-_ "\f- W RIDLEY, of Charlesïtreet, Unley,

_U. wishes to tender his sincere THANKS to all kind Friends for sympathy chown him in his late ead bereavement, also, the Rector of St. Augus tine's, Unley_

_E~rÂ_LY of the late Rev J C AURICHT

desire to express their sincere THANKS to aR. kind Friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and floral tributes during their late sad bereavement.