BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS -<>- SPECIAL NOTICE - Announcements . of Blrthi, Marriages, Deaths, In Memorlam Notices, and Bereavement Cards are ?Inserted1' In' --The Iteglster and The Observer for the single charge of Halt a Crown for each insertion. The ? name; anjL address of .the sender must In all cases bo given. Engagement* and Approaching Marriages are in serted for r.Hatf a- Cro.wnf.an-l, must rbe signed by both parties. BIRTHS LAMPHEE. —On the 19th March, at the Memorial Hospital, to the wife of Dr. Allan Lamphee —a daughter. GOLDEN WEDDINGS LANGSFORD—CATT. —On the 24th March, 180, at the Wedeyan' Methodist Church, Olad -stone, by ;tbe-Hey. .W^'H.' Bofe, assisted, by' the Rev. B. O. Edwards, the Rev. W. Alfred Langsiord, ' second Aon of Mr. .John Langstord, of Kor«Cod, ta Catherine. Helen, elder daughter, of the lion. Alfred Catt, M.P., of Kent House, Gladstone. At home on Monday irom 3 to 0 p.m. at Strathnor, No. 3 Flora terrace, Prospect. DEATHS CHAMBERS. —On the 21st March, George Temp- lar, dearly beloved husband of Beatrice chambers, and loving father. of Cyril and Bez, aged 55 years. HALL. —On the 21st March (result of accident), Patrick James Hall, late of S.A.R., beloved husband of Letitia Frances Hall, 11 Danby street, Torrens- ville, and father of Clarence Thomas Hall, aged 68 years. Requiescat in pace. LE CORNU. —On the 21st March, at his late resi- dence, Prospect road, Prospect, Philip Hammond, beloved husband of Martha and father of H. C., E. T., L. L., H. R., and Mrs. A. H. Rankin. Aged 72 years. STACEY. —On the 21st March, at Ru Rua Hos- pital, Thomas Edmond, the dearly beloved husband of Elsie Edith Stacey, of Hornsdale, aged 56 years. IN MEMORIAM PEARCE. —In loving memory of our dear hus- band and father, who passed away on the 24th March, 1929. Calm and peaceful he is sleeping: Sweetest rest has followed pain. —Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Quorn. BEREAVEMENT CARDS. MR. JOHN MESSENGER and FAMILY, of Torrens road, Kilkenny, wish to sincerely THANK all kiud Relatives and Friends for telegrams, letters, and' personal expressions ? of sympathy, in their recent sad bereavement. .Especially' thanking Dr. Benson and Poole for their unremitting attention, and Mrs. Streetly and Mrs. Rowe, for all kindness shown. 'TVrH- ' .8. . J. COWLING and . FAMILY sincerely iT-*- THANK all kind Relatives and Friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal .' expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave ment, especially thanking the Sacred Heart Fathers, Hindmarsh, Father McSweeny , ? Dr. Smeaton, Dr. Coles, Nursing Staff ot Faith Ward, Adelaide ? Hospital. ' FUNERAL NOTICES . THE Friends of the late THOMAS EDMOND STACEY are respectfully informed that his Funeral (motor) will Leave Hornsdale at 2.30 p.m. TODAY. for the Yarrowie Cemetery. D. ROSIE & SON. Undertakers. Jamestown. '?: /'VHAMBERS.— The Friends or the late Mr. GEORGE ?*-' CHAMBERS are respectfully Informed that his Funeral will Leave his late Residence, 50 Eton street, rMalverh, on SATURDAY, at. 3 o'clock, lor .the Mitcham Cemetery. - R. G. TREVEMON,. Undertaker, MagiU ' road, 'Norwood. Central 748. ? ' E CORNU. — The Friends of the late Mr. 1'HILII1 HAMMOND LE COIINU are respectfully in formed that his Funeral will Leave his late resi dence, 71 Prospect road, Prospect, on SATURDAY1, --it B p.m , ior Interment in the Walkcrvillo Ceme tery. _ ' - . i Q. , N. TV'ELFTREE, Undertaker, Harrow road, St. Peters. ALL. — The Friends of tho late Mr. PATRICK JAMES HALL (late of S.A.R.) are respect ? fully informed that his Funeral will Leave his late Residence, 11 Danby street, Torrensville, on SUN DAY, at 8.45 p m , for the Catholic Cemetery, 'West terrace. FRANK Jr SIEBERT. Undertaker. Phone 413. ? 47-40 Wakefleld street. HARRIS, SCARFE, LIMITED, Wreatlik and floral' Tributes from- 6/: delivered to. 'any address at shortest notice , Phone 0:8800 GEO. E. -MORGAN VICTORIA SQUARE. iNBAR G.P.O., and WEST TERRACE (OPPOSITE -CATHOLIC CEMETERY), wishes to Inform his Friends and Intending Cus tomers that he has no connection with any other Firm \nnd invites intending' Customers to send for designs or inspect his stock, which would be to tbelr advantage. - Still further reductions in prices. Head Office, Victoria square (near G.P.O.). Telephone 235a. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS WENDr$ OPTICAL DEPARTMENT to, charge of Mr. P. E. LELLMAN. Certified Optician. SATISFACTION ASSURED.