BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. SPECIAL NOTICE. ' AnnoanconenU et Births. aUrrlage*. BMW, In Memoriam HoUces. and Bereawment Qlrts. not exceedlns; flw lines, are inserted one* each In Th* Bejrfite*. Th* Obserwr, and Tb* Saturday Josmal for th* Smgl* Charge of Half a Crown; extra lines 6d. each. Minimum charge, 2/6. The name and addres* of th* sender most la *H cues be given. Death- Advertisement* In which a - Funeral Announcement is made are charged for as ii the Death and Funeral wen separate announce ments. Tit. a minimum charge of 2/6 in each case. In Uemoriam and Death Annonncemtnt* «*»- taming reference to more than on* deceased are charged 2/8 each for etch deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate unomet ments. BIRTHS. BARNFIELD.— On the Slst March, at the He mortal Hospital, Sorth. Adelaide, to Ha. Barn field-^a daughter. Both well. BRAMLEY. — On the 29th March, at McBride Hospital, Medindie, to Mr. and Mrs. J Bramley, of 19 Murray street, North Ade- laide — a son (Douglas James). GORDON. —On the 30th March, at Trinity street, St. Petea, to the, wife of Malcolm. M. Qordon, Cadell — a son. GORDON. —On the 26th March, at 'Qlas- clienc,' High- street, Unley ? Park, the wife of Donglas P. Gordon, Mjrtle Springs SUtlon, Coplejr — a son. GUSTAFSSON. —On the 28th March, at McGregor's Hospital, Largs, to Mr. and. Mrs. John E. Gustatsson, Bobert street, . SandWell — a son (John Leon). - GULYRD. —On the 20th March, at Elrim Hos pltsl, Alberton, to Mr. and Mrs, L. Qulyid, ot Esndwell— a daughter. HARDINGHAM. —On the 28th March, at Rowan Private Nursing Home, 153 Magill road, Maylands, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Hardingham, of Mazar, Broken Hill — a son. HARMER. —On the 24th March, at Blyth Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harmer — a son. HEPWORTH. —On the 30th March, at District Hospital, Mount Pleasant, to Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Hepworth, of Mypolonga — a daughter. JONES.— On the 2Ath March, at District Hoa pital. Mount Plcasaat, to Dr. and Mrs. Brymour Jcnee— a son (Graham Biynmoor). , LE DUFF.— On the 25th March, at Qneen'a Home, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Le Duff— a son (Clem Dawson). APPROACHING MARRIAGES., COOPER— KELLY.— The marriage ot Chris tie, third daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. B. H. ? Cooper, of 'Eeloin Bank,' to Bex, elder icc of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly, ot 'Hambljn,' will be celebrated in the Methodist Church, Bivzrfon. on Saturday, April 9, at S pjn. Be ception at Seloin Bank. SMALL — BARR. — The marriage of Catherine toude*, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Small. Alya, Scotland to Daniel Foulds, fifth son ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Barr, Chrystoo, Scotland, will be solemnised at Chalmers. Manse. North terrace, on Saturday, April 16, at T.15 pjn. MARRIAGES. MORGAN—COUGHTREY. —On the 28th February, at the Parish Church of St. Francis, BouroviUe, Bow Morgan to ? Edith Marion Coughtrey. of King's Norton. Postal address — Bournville, Birmingham, England. WORDEN—MONKS. —On the 22nd March, at St. Bartholomew's Church, Norwood, by the Rev. Archdeacon Moyes, Clarence R., only son of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Worden, Payneham, to Ida A., eldest daughter of Mr. P. C Monks, Little- hampton. Present address — Minlaton, Y.P. SILVER WEDDINGS. HALL—BLATCHFORD. —On the 2nd April, 1902 by the Rev. Canon Wise, at St George's Church, Goodwood, Thomas Arthur Sinclair Hall, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall, of Kensington road, Norwood, to Ethel Lilian Blatchford, only daughter of the late Henry Blatchford.
SILVER WEDDINGS. HUGHES— LEWIS.— On the 2nd April, 1902, at the Methodist Church, Cherry Gardens, by the !ate Her. O. Hall, Pfrcy S. Hngbtss, non w the late J. P. and M. Hughes, to Amy A. Lewis eldest (laughter of Mn. and the late J. A. Lewu. present address— S 5 Gordon roid. Prospect. NICHOLLS— BERRY. — On the 2nd April, 1302, Archer Street Methodist Church, by the lute Revs. Joseph Berry and Isaiah Perry, Pcn-v Howard, son ot late A. B. and Mrs. E. W. Kicholls, to Mary Lilian, daughter of Me Eer. Joseph and Mn. Berry. Present sddrws — 3aS Mrgill road, North Kensington Park. DEATHS. BATEMAN. —On the 2nd April, at Adelaide, John Alfred, beloved son of Margaret and the late Henry Robert Bateman, aged 53 years. BOETTCHER. —On the 3rd April, at the resi dence of his father, Mr. A. G. Boettcher, 44 Stuart road, Dulwich, Walter, beloved husband of Myrtle Boettcher, of Port Broughton, aged 41 years. DAVIES. —On the 2nd April, at his residence, No. 1 Broadway, Glenelg, Edward Davies, in his seventy-fifth year. DISHLEY. —On the 2nd April, at Adelaide Hospital, William James Dishley (late slaughter man, Abattoirs), the beloved husband of Char lotte Dishley, aged 70 years. HAMP. —On the 1st April, at Watervale, Sarah Emma Hamp, relict oo the late George Francis Hamp, aged 67 years. LYONS. —On the 1st April, at St. Peters, William Paterson Lyons, in his 81st year. NEWBOULD. —On the 2nd April, suddenly, at his residence, Rosebank, Portrush road, Glen Osmond, James Arnold Colmer, dearly beloved husband of Margaret Newbould. ROWE. —On the 3rd April, at Goodwood road, Cottonville, Jane, the beloved wife of John Rowe, aged 82 years. Requiescat in pace. SHANNON. —On the 3rd April, at private hospital, William Shannon, late of "Pronge- rong," Towitta, aged 75 years. WILES. —On the 2nd April, at Glen Bank, Glen Osmond, John Henry Wiles, aged 97 years, son of late Rev. Henry Wiles, M.A., Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
IN MEMORIAM. KARCM.— In loving memcry^of our dear mother, who pased away at Balaklava on the 28th March, 1912. TLree little words, For?et-me-not, They don't seem much, but means a lot. — Inserted by her loving daughter*, V. E. and