BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND
AnnounT-menls under this heading must be
authenticated by the name and address of the 9«.r.dci. and are inserted in '.The Advertiser,"
"Exnre«" and "Chronicle" at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines Sixpence fer line.
DILLON (nee Nellie Bambrick).-On the 32th November, at Nurse Reid's Private Hospital, Victor Harbor, to Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Dillon, of "Beaumont," Hindmarsh Valley-a daughter. (Catherine Mary-Katie). Both well.
WARD.-On tie Oth November, at Alerandra avcniie, Rose Park, to Mr. and Mrs. J.' F. Ward
MOODIE.-On'the loth November, at Fullarton Estate, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. -Moodie-a daugh-
TURNER (nee Bridges).-On the 5th November, at Glengarrif Nursing Home, Kent Town, to Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Turner, of Northcotc-street. Tor- rensville-a. son (Sydney Hamilton).
'ADDISON.-On the 13th November, at the Min- laton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Addison a son (Kenneth James).
JACOBS.-On the 15th November, at her mother'« residence (Mrs. W. Goodall), Richard itreet. Hindmarsh, the vrife of Ernest Jacobs, of Mount Compass-a daughter.
THOMAS.-On the 21st November, at Ningara, Kent Town, to Mr. and Mrs. RowlandiAV. Thomas, of Kensington Gardens-a daughter.
GILLESPIE-BENNETT.-On tile 1-üh October, by the Rev. Geddes White. Henley .Beach-road, Oliver Stead, second son of Eliza M. Gillespie, to /ngelinc Grace, fécond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bemiett, O'Hatloran-strect, Adelaide. Pre- sent address, Symond-place, Adelaide.
ROBINSON-KÜHLMANX.-On the 2Sth Octa
ber, at St. George's Cliurcfi, Gawler, by Rev. S. Best. Thomas Oliver, sixth son of W. H. Robin- son, Willaston, to Ada Henler, widow of late W. E. Kuhlmann, W.A. Present addrtjs. Willas- ton Hotel.
WESTERN-BARBER.-On the 2«h October, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. D. B. Bridgwood, James Esmond, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Western, Croydon, to Doris May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Barber, Woodville. "W.A. papers please copy.
MILLS-TAYLOR.-On the 9th October, at St Matthew's Church, Quorn, Sydney S. Muli, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mills. Booleroo Centre, to Phoebe, sixth danghter of Mrs. M- A. Tavlor, Quoin, and the late William Taylor, of Hookina and Port Augusta.
ALTHORP.-On the 22nd November, at Onslow road, Weit Subiaco, Susan, relict of the late Thomas Althorp. late of Goodwood, S.A., and formerly of Kettering, Northamptonshire, England,
STREIT.-On the 2Srd November, at her late residence, 68, Oiilders-strcet, North Adelaide, Mary Ellen, widow of the late Francis Streit, late of Seven Hills, in her 75th year. Slay she rest in peace. Amen.
STEINKE.-On the 5th' November, at Strath- more, Glen Thompson, Victoria, late of Yanyarrie, South Australia, Sophia A. C. E., the beloved wife of Carl August Steinke. in her 63rd year.
LEE.-On the 21st November, at Glen Osmond road. Eastwood, Samuel Lee, aired 63 years and 9 months, leavi-jg a wife, and 3 sons, 2 daughters, and 7 grandchildren.
KERR.-On the 22nd November, Maiy. d«*arly beloved wife of James Kerr. Bertie-street, West Hindmarsh, aged 54 years. Lanarkshire (Glas- gow), Scotland, papers please copy.
LAWSON - On the 18th November, at Adelaide, E. G. P. (Percy), beloved son of J. P. and M. A. Lawson, aged 36 years. Sweet rest at last.
REINHARDT.-On the 23rd November, at Stan- more, North Adelaide, Ida, daughter of the late G. ard H. Reinhardt, of Adelaide, sister of Mrs. Sobéis and Mrs. Brook.
ELLIS.-On the 19th November, at Happy Val-' ley, Cookamidgera, ¡N.S.W., Thomab Henry, be- loved husband of Helen Ellis, aged 6S years, late of Macclesfield.
HEDLAND.-On the 20th November, at his re- sidence, "Dalgonar." East-terrace, Tort Pirie, Captain John Hedland, aged 63 years, leaving a widow, one son (London), and three daughters to mourn their loss. Home and inter-State papers please copy.
MINNEY.-On the 23rd November, at Salisbury, Ann, the dearly-beloved wife of Robert Minney, aged 56 years.
SCHRODER.-On the 23rd November, at Ade- laide, Ruby Millicent, the beloved daughter of Florence and the late,Walter Schroder, of Somer- set-avenue, Hilton, aged 20 years.
BENNETT.-On the 2Srd November, at Cooper stxect, Collinswood, Caroline, relict of John Ben- nett, aged 73 j-ears.
LYON.-On the loth November, at bis brother John's home. "Glen Knock,"' East Wellington, William Cobbctt, eldest son of the bite William and Isobel Lyon, aged 70 years. Arrived in ship Shackamapon, 1S53.
NEW.-In loving- memory of our dear mother, who died November 23, 1904. To memory Wfir dear.-Inserted by her loving children.
JARMAN.-In loving memory of dear mother, who died at Forestville, November 24, 1309. She is gone, but not forgotten.-Inserted by son and daughter-in-law. G. and E. Jarman; daughter and
son-in-law H. and G. Morpett.
DONAGHBY.-In loving memory of our darling brother Frank, who died November 12, 1912. Gone but not forgotten.-Inserted by his sisters and brothers, sister-in-law, nieces, and nephews.
HOWE.-In loving memory of our youngest
daughter,- Grace M. Howe, who died at Mount Pleasant, 24th November, 1913. Another beloved
daughter gone home.-inserted by her loving lather and mother, J. H. anil E. Howe. ?*
HOWE.-In loving memory of our dear daughter ard sister, Grace, who passed away November 24, W13. Gone, but not forgotten.-Inserted bv her loving parents aDd sister, F. J. E. Howe, Angas-
HOWE.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Grace, who"di-d November 24, 1913.
Her memorv is as dear to-day
As in the hour she jiassed away.
-Inscrteo by loving aster and hrother-in-lzw, Liffey and Percy.
HOWE.-In loving memory cf my dear sister,'' Grace, who died November 24, 1913.
She bade no one a last farewell,
She waved her hand to none;
Her spirit flew before we knew
That from us she had gone.
-Inserted bv her loving sister and brother-m-. law, A. H. Roseberg, Port Pirie.
HOWE.-In lovinc memory of our dear sister, Grace, who died November 24, 1913.
Her memory is as dear to-day
As in the hour she passed away.
-Inserted by loving sister and brother-in-law, Liffey aral Percy.
O'BRIEN.-In loving memory of my dear son, James, who died in the Adelaide Hospital No- vember 24, 1911.
Years will roll and timo will fly, Every Jeal will fade and die; Every rising sun will set,
But mr son I will never forget.
-Inserted "by his Iovnur mother, M. O'Brien.
O'BRIEN.-In loving memory of dear Jim, who died November 24. 1911.
Dear is the grave where our Jim is laid;
Dear is the memory that never will fade.
If gone and forgotten by some you may be, If others forget you never will I. -Inserted by his loving Aunt Mary.
PINCHBECK. —In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, Jane Rounsevell, who died No
vember 24, 1913.
Call not back the dear departed,
Anchored safe where storms are o'er; On the borderland we left her,
Soon to meet and part no more.
—Inserted by her loving husband, son, and daughters-in-law.
HOCKING.-In "loving memory of our dear hus- band and father, who departed" this life at Gaw-
ler on November 24, 1913.
One year bas passed air-ay. dear father,
Your face we cannot sec;
But lPt this little token teU We still remember thee.
-Inserted 'by bis loving wife and family.
FORTH.-In loving menwrr of our dear father, who died at Moonta, November 24, 1S12.
His weary hours and days oí nain,
His troubled nights are past;
Toe ever-patient worn out frame
Has found sweet rest at last.
-Inserted by his loving wife, Has, and daughter-*, FetecsbuiVi
IN . MEMORIAM.
KING.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Gertrude King, aged 67 years, w'ho died at Park terrace. Wayville, November 21, 1913.
When alone in our grief the bitter tears flow, There stealeth a vision of the once long ago,
And, unknown to the whole world, she stands by
And whispers those sweet words, "Death cannot
-Inserted by S. King, C. Beck, H. Ransley.
KING.-In fond and loving memorv of my dear mother, who departed this life on November 24, 1913, aged 67 years.
My dear mother has gone where the weary find
Away from all sorrow and pain.
But some, day I hope in the sweet land of rest,
To meet my dear mother again. -Inserted by L. King.