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FAILS.—On the 29th November, at the Globe Hotel, Hindmarsh, the wife of J. H. Fails—a



BROWN—SCADDEN.—On the 11th November, at Hindmarsh-place Christian Church, by Pastor Thos. Lees, Edwin George, son of the late Isaac Brown, Hindmarsh, to Annie Marion, daughter of Mrs. Scadden, of West Adelaide. Present address, "In- vermay," Darebin-street, West Adelaide.

SHAW—GOODE.—On the 16th November, at Tokio, Japan, Norman Shaw, of Antung, North China, son of the late Archdeacon Shaw, of Tokio, to Kathleen Mercy, daughter of the late Mat- thew Goode, of Adelaide.  

ROWE—FITZGERALD.—On the 14th November, at St. Gabriel's Churchs, Cradock, by the Rev. Father Bierouski, Charles J., eldest son of the late John Rowe, Wilson, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Patrick Fitzgerald, Cradock.

EDWARDS—FOLLETT.—On the 14th September, at the residence of the bride's mother, "Hazel Farm," Mount Barker, by the Rev. C. Frisby Smith, Percy James, second son of F. H. Edwards, "Hope Farm," Pinnaroo, to Emma May, fourth daughter of the late J. Follett, Mount Barker.


SPARBIER.—On Decefqber 10, at his residence, Edgeware-road, Hyde Park, Jacob, beloved husband of Emily Sparbier, aged 42 years, late drummer Theatre Royal orchestra, leaving wife and three children to mourn their loss. A patient sufferer gone to rest.

WELLS.—On the 10th December, at Alberton, Susie, youngest daughter of the late Captain Wm. Wells, of Port Adelaide.

PELHAM.-On the 28th November, at Port Pirie, the beloved husband ot Louisa Pelham, aged 73 years. At rest.

TUCKER.—On the 7th December, at Lower North-road, Islington, Victor Clarance Alfred, the dearly beloved infant son of George and Lillie Tucker, late of Petersburg and Burra, aged 10


COLMAN.—On the 30th November, Patrick, be- loved son of the late Adam and Margaret Colman, accidently killed at Pantsa mine. Rest in


TWINING.—On the 9yh December, at Avenue- road, Redfern, Ralph, the dear little son of Albert and Carrie Twining, aged 1 year and 9 months.

CRASE.—On the 3rd December, at Barton-ter- race, North Adelaide, Sophie Laura Harriet, wife of Herbert A. Crase, Paradise, aged 33 years.

CARN.—On the 10th November, at Beltana, after a very short illness, Jane, the beloved wife of James Carn, aged 67 years. New Zealand and Western Australian papers pleasec copy.


HODGSON.—In loving memory of my dear hus- band, who died December 11, 1903. Gone but not forgotten.—Inserted by his loving wife and family.

CARRACK.—In loving and reverent memory of Sarah Carrack, who died at Riverton, December 5, 1906.—Inserted by her three children.

McAULEY.—In loving memory of my dear   brother, James Francis, who departed this life December 10, 1906. R.l.P.

I often think of you, dear brother,  

When I am all alone,

For memory is the only friend

That grief can call its own. Like ivy on the withered oak.

When all things else decay.

My love for you will still keep green

And never fade away.

—Inserted by his loving sister, Lizzie.

FAREY.—In loving memory of Mary Ellenor, dearly loved and only daughter of Edwin and Ellen Farey, who died at Adelaide, December 11,


One less at home;

The Charmed circle broken; a dear face

Missed day by day from its accustomed place,

But cleansed and saved and perfected by grace;

One more in heaven.

Thy will be done.

—Inserted by her loving parents.

NEWBOLD.—In loving memory of T. B. New- bold, who died suddenly at midnight at Newbold's Coffee Palace, Port Pirie, 1894.

"Sudden death, sudden glory."

—Inserted by his loving wife and daughter.

HARVEY.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died December 11, 1906.

Gone from our home, how sadly we miss you,

Dear, loving mother, thy memory we'll keep; Never, till life ends, shall we ever forget you,

Dear to our hearts is the place where you sleep. Immaculate Heart of Mary, your prayers for her


Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on hor soul.

—Inserted by her loving daughters, C. Harvey and

Ada Hay.

MISS A. W. LEHMAN, of Westbury-street, Hackney, wishes to THANK all kind Friends   for expressions of sympathy, telegrams, and floral tributes, and especially Mrs. and Miss Mitchell and Mrs. Behrndt for their kindness and help in her recent sad bereavement. z345

HE FAMILY of the late Mrs. E. H. BRAIN

tender sincere THANKS for kind sympathies and floral tributes during their recent sad bereave-