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authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted in "The Advertiser," "Express," and ?K^rronrcle'' at a charge oí Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines Sixpence per line.
DROGEMULLER.-On the 22nd April, at Caurna- mont, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. A. Drc_-ruB_r- a daughter (Rita Isabella).
BRATCHFORD.-On tie lïth April, at B&TeD street, Norwood, to Mr. and Mrs. John Bra-h ford. of Kensington-a son.
FRISBY.-On the 12th May. at Mrs. Sa]±er*s Nursing; Home, Gawler South, to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. ' Frisby, of Smithfield-a daughter (Muriel Jean). <
,SACH.-On the 12th Mar. at Wilkinson-road, Parkside, to Mr. and Mrs. Sid. Saca-a daughter.
NEWINGTON-CRAMMOND.-On the 21st Sep- tember, at the Baptist Manse, Flinders-street, by the Rev. Peter Fleming, William Henry Newing toc, of Port Adelaide, to Florence E. Craxnmond, North-terrace. Adelaide. '
HARVEY-REYNOLDS.-On the 30th April, at Port Pirie, by the Rev. J. C Hughes, Sydney Charles, youngest son of William Harvey, of Rhynie, to Mdudc Rose, fifth daughter of Thomas Reynolds, of Port Pine. Present address-"Lea Holm,'' Swan Reach.
STRUTHERS-PATERSON.-On. the 16th April, at the Fbnders-street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Davidson, William. L. Stz_hers, eld- est eon of W. R. Struthers, of Adelaide, to Elspeth. only daughter of Mrs. H. Y. Perrins, Syd- ney, and -arid-daughter of Robert Paterson, Esq., Aberdeen, Scotland..
BRADLEY-WIGNEY.-On the 12th May, at Pîrie-street Methodist Manse, by Rev. H. Howard, Walter, only son of Walter and the late Eliza- beth Bradley, of Longwood, to Helen, youngest daughter of the late William Wigney, of Penola, South Australia.
HENWOOD-HOUSE.- On the 26th March, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Two Wells, by Rev. J. Mcintosh, William Gordon, third son of Frederick Henwood, Gawler South, to Matilda Charlotte (Lottie), youngest daughter of Thomas House, Mallala.
TOMLINSON-BURGESS.-On the 8th January,
at St. Augustine's Church, Unley, by the Rev. A. P. Winser, Marshall L., youngest son of Mr. H. It. Te-linson, of Unie}, to Lillian, eldest daughter of Mr. B. Burgess, of Parkside. Present address-X-la-i. Palmer-on-road, North Unley
DELMONT.-On the 22rd April, at Phoentx Hotel, Woollah-L, Arthur Oliver, beloved son of Captain and Mrs. W. Delmont of Lovender-street. .North Sydney, aged 32 years. At rest
ÖLES^-Oxt the 20th May, ai her late residence. Arcber-etreet, North Adelaide. Charlotte Julian, widow of the late Hubert Giles.
CLARKE.-On the 17th May, at Park-terrace, Parkside. Mary Ann, beloved wife of James Clarke, of l18, Flinders-stree-J aged 4S years. B-LP.
SlTMMEKS.-On the 10th May, at Ade-aide, ¡Elizabeth Sommers, aged 54 years. Rest after ?weariness.
BRAZEL.-On «he 19th May, at his late resi- dence, Cawthorne-strect Southwark, James, the beloved huáxmd of Margaret Braze], leaving a wife, three daughters, and two sons to mooni their sad loss. B.LP.
NALTY.-On the 20th May, at his residence, Brighton-road, Glenelg, Charles Phillip Hornick, beloved husband of Maggie Nalty, aged 76 years.
'BRYANT.-On the 20th May, at her residence, "hennington," Burliní-ton-street. Walkerville, Mary Eamot. beloved wife of Framas Orr Bryant,
SNELLING. - On the 8th. May, at her residence, Kenilworth Road, Parkside, Edith K., beloved wife of A. C. Snelling, and eldest daughter of Elizabeth and the late J. S. Barnes, of Mount Pleasant, aged 32 years.
LEE.-On the 14th May, at the Hospital, Port Augusta, Myelitis (result of football accident), George Vernon, dearly beloved son of John and Maude Lee, of Mount Ive, Nonning Station, aged , 16 years and 6 months.
Ti-u.-COTT.-In lOviner -emorr of my cb-m, Lilian Maud, ft ho, was called home on the 21st of May, 1909. "ThereTI be no partmgB '«aere." Inserted by E. I»
ELLIS.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who died at Gibson-street, Bowden, May 21, 1903. -Inserted by her loving children.
CAIN.-In innd remembrance of my dear father, who died May 19, 1911- Though lost to sight, to memory dear.-Inserted by his loving daugh- ter, Mary.
RENFREY.-in loving meratory of Leonard, who died May 21, 1912. At rest_Inserted by bia lov- ing parents and. brother.
RENFREY--In loving memory of car dear nephew. Len., who died May 21, IMi. Lead, kindly light-inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Sam. HiB, jua.. Quorn.
REXFREY.-In memory of our dear nephew and cousin (Len), died May 21. 1912.
Though death divides. Fond memory clings.
-Inserted by uncle, auntie, Percy and Gladys Ha.
BROOKS.-In loving memory of our dear friend, Charlie, who died suddenly at Quorn on May 21, 1S12. At rest-Inserted by his friends. Leah SA} .Alf Nelson.
'BROOKS.-In loving memoy of my loving hus- band, who died suddenly at Quorn, 21st May, 1212.
Cold lies the heart that beat so fondly,
Oh, ho- I miss his fond, loving care;
Lone is the home that once was so happy,
Ko loving husband or father is there. My sorrow is great, my loss hard to bear,
God knows I have lost a good husband's care.* i-inserted by his sorrowing wife and <-rflr*r-i.
.BROOKS.-in loving memory of our dear brother, Charlie, who died at Quorn, May ZL,
- Although too far your graue to see,
Yet every day we think of thee.
-Inserted by his loving brother and siEtei-ir*3asr, a and H. Brooks, Exeter.
WEBB.-In memory of my dear father, who dcp-ted this life May 19, 1911.
F- a space the tired body
Waits in peace the morning's dawn,
When riere breaks the bes* and brightest
-Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law,
E. and F. Scroop.
WEBB.-In memory of my dear husband, E. W.» Webb, who departed this life May 19, 191Í.
On that Happy Easier morning,
All the graves their dead restore; Husband, father, mother, sisters,
Meet once more.
-inserted by 1_-krsärtg-wife _d-cirild-n,
CAUST.-In loving memory of our dear mother» Isabella Arm Caust, who departed this life on May 21, 1907.
We mourn tor thee, dear mother,
But not with outward show; - For those that mouru sincerely
Mourn silently and low.
-Inserted by her loving son (Arthur) and daugh- ter (Eva Napier!.
HODGSON.-In loving memory of dear Tracrrj» who was accidentally killed May 23, 1203.
His memory is aa fresh tonday
As in the hour he passed a-ty. '
-Inserted by bia lovrnç brotber and sister-i» bnv, F. a-t M. Hodgson.
HODGSON,-In loving memory of our dear bro- ther. Henry Leonard» accöentaHy killed May SL
We stood beside his coffin.
The tears bechmmed our eyes,
For, oh, it was so hard to think
We could not ¡jay good-bye.
-Inserted by his loving brother ano; sSster-in-ia-, Will and Beat, Wirrega.
HODGSON.-In memory of my de- husband, Henry Leonard, who was accidentally killed at Hergott Springs. Msry a, 1909.
Christ win clasp ibc broken chain Closer when we meet again.
-Inserted "by his loviu_"Trife-and *frT_H*'r. Point ^Sturt, «Tilwg, __
MORTJMER.-ín loving memory of dear father, I who daed at Coglin-street, Brompton Park, May 21,
Far and oft our thoughts-do wamoer
To a grave not far a»ny"
Where they Una our deaiest father.
Just two years ago to-day.
-Inserted by his* loving o'angtrtcr Alice and son
in-law Alf. Todd.
MOKSSEH.-In Iori--r" memory of our dear |
faörer, who died May 3U 1911.
No pen can write, no tongue cam teH,
What our dear tether suffered while he lay ill; To sec him suffer so much pain.
We wonid not wish him back again.
-inserted by his loving wife and children, Ed-e, ] Ettie, and Alfred, and son-in-law Alick.
HOLDER.-In loving memory of my dear wife I Eua. who died at Wallaroo. May 20, 1912.
Dearest, loved one. bow we miss you,
No one knows the bitter loss we bear; But in heaven we hope to meet you,
There will be no parting there.
?Inserted by her losing husband Tom and .chil-
?VSBOÏNEI»-in loving memory of our dear |
lather who passed away Say 21, Kffl.
If your grave could only open, dear father.
Oh what changea y-i would see; But perhaps it is far better,
There is sweet rest for thee.
-Inserted by Will and Nell Worner.
HILL.-In loving memory of our dear sister Edith May. who died at Ridleyton. May 21. 1912.
"Tis hard to break the tender cord.
When love has bound the heart;
"Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words,
We, for a time, must part.
Dearest loved one we have laid thee
In the peaceful grave's embrace;
But thy memory will be cherished
Till we see thy heavenly face.
-Inserted by her father, brothers, and sisters, Al- fred. Edwin, Charles, Isabella, and Millicent.
HILL.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Edith Hill, who died at Ridleyton, May 21, 1912.
This is a day of remembrance to all One year to-day, too sad to recall;
Oh, why was she taken, so good and so fair
While earth held so many it better could spare. -Inserted by her loving husband and child.
HILL.-In loving memory of our dear sister-in law, Edith, who died at Ridleyton, May 21, 1912.
Short and sudden was the call
Of one so dearly loved by all; In memory just as dear to-day
' As in the hour she passed away.
-inserted by her loving sisters-in-law, S. Bide
and E. Tresidder.
,1p. AND MRS. X B. LARSEN, ELVER, and ilX RUBY desire, to THANK all kind Friends and. Relations for expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, jnd floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement, especially" Elders Jones and Dyke for their unremitting attention to their lat beloved son, Bernard. Alto Dr. Florrie, Nurses and Sisters of Light Ward, Adelaide Hos- pital for their kindness, a"d fellow-workers, at
Marshall's for beautiful wreath._
MR. AND MRS. POUND and FAMILY desire to
THANK all. kind Friends for expressions of sympathy shown during their late sad bereave- ment._ MRS. R. MOYSE ard FAMILY wish to THANK
all kind Friends and Neigh-bore for let t>-, telegrams, and floral tributes she«- during
tbeir sad bereavement.
MRS. BEERWORTH and FAMILY, of Pamatta, near Carrieton, wish to sincerely THANK
all kind friends for telegrams and letters of con- dolence; also the people of the district for their kindness to them in their sad bereavement; especially Father Kirby, for bis unremitting at-
TJELATIVES of the late JOHN BISHOP, of X11 .Princes-street, Alberton, desire to THANK
their many Friends for, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereave-
TLfBS. WILHELMIKE PAECH and DAÜGHTKK. Iii (Mattie) wish to THANK au kind friends for their sympathy, letters of condolence, floral tributes; also Rev. F. Davies, in their recent sad bcrea-en-it.
R. W. F., WILDY and FAMILY g_tefujlv
acknowted- th¿ kind expressions of sym- pathy, letters, tdejerams, and floral t tributes re 'cefred during- their recent sari berea--ent.