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
GAMLIN -On the 27th November, at Wilson street Little Adelaide, the wife of C. G. Gamlin
- a son.
LAING-On the 27th November at Pavne ham the wife of Robert Laing-a son (still
EDWARDS-On the 25th November at Todd street Allerton to Mr and Mrs h T Edwards -a daughter
THOMAS -On the 28th November, at the Sema phore the wife of T A. Thomas, of Balakla*a-a daughter
HARDEN -On the 28th November, at her father' s residence, Hamilton Villa. Hall street, Semaphore to Mr and Mrs. H.B Harden-a. son (Harry Norman)
I RU!)- On the 23-d October, to Captain an I
Mrs Hector Gow am. k» d, South ea, Lngiand- -
SHEPHERDSON - On the 14th November, at
Highbury street, Little Adelaide, to Mr and Mrs. Shepherdson - a son (Norman George)
BROOMHEAD-HELBER« -On the 9th Octo-
ber, at the Pine «t eet Methodist Church bv the Rev Henry Howard, Edwin Broomhead of
Glenelg to Linda ducat daughter of Anders Uel i berg of Klemzig
SCHULZE-WALLIS -On the 27th September, at
St. John's Church, Adelaide by Canon Hewgill Theodore, only son of Mrs A Schulze, Angus street, Cuty, to Florence A., third daughter of Mrs. T Wallis Sheldon street, Norwood.
LLLEU-On tte 16th September, at "Vrou lace," Mo itreee terrace, Seven ¿nigs, Essex, al (he rcsjoence of her daughter Tinrae Saiah I widow of the lite Francia William Lcleu, of li), | Core-road, South Hackney, and of Billingsgate in j her 84th year Brother of Frederick Morgan
THOMAS -On the 28th hot ember, at the Sema phore, Harnet Thomas beloved wife of T A Thomas of Balaklava a aged 36 years 333 1
BATTEN - On the 2Sth November, Charles, be Io-. e;l husband of Mjrv Arm Batten, after a short illness aged 71 years.
DEER-On the CCth November, at Cannon street. Wallaroo, John beloved husband of Fin Dee-, aged 73 leaving a wife, five sons, and three daughter (one adopted) to mcum their »ad loss A patient sufferer at rest Welsh papers please
PROCTOR.-On the 29th November, George, second son of Mr and Mrs. George Proctor, of Alexandra street, Islington (by accident), aged
HARRISON -On the 28th November, at his late residence, Tullaioantie, Henlej Beach road, Frederick Dral c Hairuon, the dearlv beloved bus band of Ada U. Harrison, aged 07 3 care
BRINSLEY -In loving remembrance of my dear mother Anne Brinsley who died November 30, lOOd -Inserted bj George Arthur Bnnslej
BRADLEY -In loving nieiuorv of our dear mother, who departed tlus life November JO, 1908 -Inserted by her loving ton an 1 daughter 111 law, G L and h Bradley Western Australia, alto her loving daughter Mary Rouse, England
BRADLEY -In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who died on November 30, 1908,
alter a long and lingering illness.-Inserted her loving son and daughter, WîTliatn and Dora
Bradley She sleeps until the resurrection morn ' (English papers please copy)
GOLDSWORTHY - In loving memory of our dear husband and father who died Nov ember 30, 1908, at Farrar-t-street Proepe-ct Gone, but not forgotten.-Inserted bj his loving wife and
McNEEL -In sad and loving memory of mj dear husband, whp died from result of trap acci dent at Koppio on November JO 1908. It is hard to part with those we love-Inserted by his
PELHAM.-In loving memory of our dear hus ' baud and father, Mathew Pelham, sen , who died November 29, 1907 Pcacofullv sleeping ever at
reit -Inserted by his lorn g wife an-J family
ABGALL -In sad and loving memory of my ' sister, Marcella, who d e<l on the 30th November, 1908 -Inserted by her loving bi other and sister, John and Louisa Welsby, Glenelg
FIELD -In loving memorv of mv dear departed ' wife, »ho « led November 3J lDJa after a long ard painful illne-a borne with Chustiaii fortitude.
Farewell, moti cr, how I miss you,
Non* but mc on earth can tell, I am left alo íc in sorrow
Mother, dear, to vou farewell
-Inserted bj her sorrowing husband, William Field. Mary atrcot, Glanville
FIELD -In loving memorv of our dear mother,
Catín rino tield wjio died Nov ember Sa 19uS at Mary street, Glanville, sged 68 vears 11 months,
"What is home without a mother,
How we 1111.-8 he. loving lace.
The llrst to tiv to when in sorrow,
None can till a mother's p'ace
-Inserted ly her s rrowing diughter and son in la», Catherine and William Oliver
FIELD -In loviuir. memory of our dear wife and mother, Catherin'» ¡fic-d who died at Mar} street GlanviUe, November 30, 1908, aged 68 years 11
With nature so loving and always so Kind, Hard in Uns world her equal to find, Gentle m manner patient in paiu,
Our dear wife and mother lett us heaven to gain -Inserted ov her loving husband ard sen
BUTLER -In loving memory of our dear Doris, wh0 died at Clare, November 30, 1907.
Little we thought when we bade you good bye, We left you for ever, left you to die
-Inserted by her loving mother and brother, J and G Dohse and sister and brother in law, Lottie and Will Spurling, Beaufort.
TREBILCOCK -In loving remembrance of Sarah Harriett Trebilcock, who died at Fifth Creek,
November 30 1908
One year has passed since we wrestled until the
break of day,
Just as the golden sun lit up the earth
We had to say good bye.
We stood on the edge of the stream, Which divides time from eternity
Jesus took her acros those stepping stones
To the better home above
And now, me thinks, I hear the echo Of their singing come rining down Lean on the Saviours arm
and now I hear the Saviours arm.
Watch and pray for in due season Ye shall reap if ye faint not.
-Inserted by her loving husband and children.
MURRAY-In lremorv of T Hope Murray whe departed this life at Nairne, on the 30th
The midnight stars arc shining
Upon hii silent grave.
Where sleeping without dreunuig,
Lies the ene we could not five -Inserted hy Tom McPie, Broken Hill
COOMBE. - In loving memory of Eliza (Lizzie), beloved wife of J. L. Coombe, Black Forest, S.A., who "crossed the bar" November 30, 1908.
O life as futile, then, as frail!
O for thy voice to soothe and bless! What hope of answer or redress?
Behind the veil, behind the veil. - Inserted by her loving husband.
SCOTT -In loving memorj of our dear Samuel, who died at Port Prie November JO, 1903
For roany vcars our fannlv chain
Was fondlv linked together,
But nias, that chain is broken now
One loved link is gone for ever
-Inserted by lovmg parents sisters and
JAEGER.-In 6ad but loving memory of our dear son and brother Wilhelm Friedrich, who died at
Frankton November 30 190S
Fare well dear son and brother, your days have
lou loved us while >our dajs did Jost, »nd alwajs strove to do your best,
And now j ou have gone to headen to rest. Long dave and nights he bore bis pain,
To wait for cure was all in vain
But God alone who thought it best, Did ease his pain and gave him rest
-Inserted by his loving father and mother, bro
there and sisters