BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. SPECIAL NOTICE. AnnouncementE of Births, Marriages, Deaths, i Hemoriam Notices, and Bereavement Caids, ot exceeding- five lines. «re inserted once,cach i The .Register, The Observer, ; and The ata-day Journal for the Single Charge cf Bait Crown; extra lines 6d. each. Micimum charge, IB. The name and address of the sender rnnst l all cases be ghen. In Hemoriam and Destrj juinouncesi^nts con lining reference to more than one deceased are barged 2/6 eash for each deceased mentioned, ) if they were distinct and separate announce lents. ' ... Death Advertisements In which a Funeral nnouncement is made are charged for as if ae Death and Funeral ?were separate announce' icnts, viz., a minimum charge d 2/6 in etch BSe' . BIRTHS. ALLMOND. — On the 25th July, at Wen ouree Nursing Home, .Wayville, to Frank and da Allmond. of Rose terrace, Wayville— a bonny aushter. ' ' ' . . ?? - BE88ELL. — On Thursday, the 15th Jnly, at lute Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. 'W. H. BesseU — . son. (Both well.) BREALEY.— On the 16th -July, at' Orroroo Mstrict Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Brealey, -ort Augusta— a daughter (Hilda. Moira). Spe ial thanks to Dr. Sweeney and Nursing Staff for :ourteous and efficacious attention. BURCH.— On the Gth July, at 'Wonthaggi,' ^arleton street. Exeter, to Mr. and Mrs. Vf. '. Burch— a daughter (Elva Maiy). BULL fnee Irene Hosking).— On' the 20th 'uly. at their home. 'Waiiam street, Alberton. o Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bull — a son (Lloyd Llexander). Both well. - FLIKT. — On the 3rd July, at Loxton, to Mr. nd Mrs. T. Bruce Flint, of AJawoona — a son. GRAY.— On the 22nd July, at Mrs. M. fhistleton's Private Home. Mile-End, to Mr. nd Mrs. Q. Gray, of Lockleys — ^twins (daugh er and «on). Special thanks to Nurse Thistle on and- Dr. Bearo. HAIMSl\-nee Malcolm).— On the 22nd July, t 'Nestor Nursing Home, Roebuck street, Mile ini. to the wife of C. J. Hams, New Mile-End —a son (Douglas Jack). Both well. Special hfltiVg to Dr. Benson and Nurse M. Webb. KESTEL. — On the 14th July, at Sister 'alcher's Private Hospital, Tailem Bend, to Mr. nd Mrs. W. J. Kestcl, of Tailem Bend^ — a bonny anghter (Lillian May). Both well. Pp^cial hanks to Dr. Linn and Sister Talcher »nd stall'. LlLLYWHITE. — On the 25th July, at Rowan, lagill road, to Mr. and Mrs. Noel LUlywhitc. if. Desaumarez street, Kensington Park — a son ;Bryon Ralph). OSUOHD (nee Myrtle Keating). — On the 16th Fuly. at Sister O/Eullivan's Private Hospital, Uimhoola, to Mr. and Mrs. -D. H. Osmond, of 3imboola— a daughter (Jttna Dorothy). R0GER3 (nee Hma Carrol). — On the 25th fuly, at Sister Saint's Private Hospital, Young treet, Parfcside, to Mr. and- Mrs. C. Rogers, of forth Unley^ — a daughter. TAPLIM. — On the 2nd Jnly, at Phillips' street, South Glenelg, to the wife of Wilfred Eaten laplin — a daughter (Jean Mary). .; TOWNSHEND (nee Benlah Haywood);— On the !5th July, at 'Tamwera,' St Peters — a daugh ;cr (Yvonne Joan). ' ' . WILLIAMS.— On the 19th July, at Two Wells, to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Williams — a son (Leslie James) — Jim. Special thanks to Dr. Hunter and Nurse Howe. ENGAGEMENTS. WAGENKNECHT— SCHULZ. — The engage ragement is announced of Linda, youngest lauahter of Mr. and Mn. F. W. Wagenknecht, repko. to Arthur, fifth son of the. late Mr. and ilrs. F. W.-- Schulr, Angaston (late Keyneton). APPROACHING MARRIAGEa SACHSE— JOB. — The marriage of Elsie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sachse, Bridge street, Gawler South, to Clifton G., second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Job, Willaston, will be celebrated at the Tod Street Methodist Church, on the 31st July, at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No reception. MARRIAGES. CHAMBERLAIN — MOSEY. — On the 23rd March, at St. Peter's Cathedral, by the Rev. Dr. Milne. Harry Kenenth, son ot Mrs. and the late H. Chsmberiain, ot Victoria avenue, Unley Park, late o£ Wirrabara, to Anne Stew ard, daughter of Mrs. and the late J. 9. Mosey, jf Scarborough, Jcslin, late of Robertxtown. ? KING— RcKAY.— On the 26th June, at the Part Adelaide Congregational Cfrrreh, by the Eer. Hanry Sewell. Joyce Sydney ft, the youne» est son of Mr. and Mb. McKay, ot Tatala Plains. Bosewater. to Laura Alberta, only daughter 'of Mr. 'W. Eing. ef Russell street, Alberton. DEATHS. ALLEN— On the 27th July, at his residence, Creslin terrace, Camden, Alfred Daniel, beloved husband of Sarah Allen, in his 70th year. CHAPMAN.— On the 27th July, at hia resi dence, Nairae. Alfred Chapman, the beloved father ot Evelyn Chapman, Nnimc, and Hilda Hallett, Knoiville, aged 75 years. At rest. .. :? ?EVAK&r-On fie 27tn July, at Culross avenue, PnlIartan,.Oinat «cond beloved daughter ot T. B. and Ethel Evans^ aged i years. GILES.— On the 19th July, at his residence, Chivery Hall, near Tring, Hertfordshire, Eng land, Clement Giles, aged 82 years. HAMILTON. — On the 27th July, at Adelaide, Frederick Robe Hamilton, of 115 Hill street, Sorth 'Adelaide, aged 62 years. Broken Hil! md ' Perth papers please copy. PRICE. — On the 23rd July, at Narracoorte, Emily Price (suddenly), widow of the late John Price of Narracoorte, late of Hindmarsh Island, aged 67 years. Interstate papers please copy.
IN MEM0RIAM. HALLETT. — In loving memory of my dear father, who passed- awav at his residence, 'Beaulieu.'' Swan street. Vurnley (Vic), on the 21st Jnly. A wonderful father and pal. — In- serted by his loving son. Dr. C. V. Hallett, Ceduna. West Coast, S.A. PERRY.— In loving memory oi our dear wife and mother, v.ho passed away .at Warnertown, on the 21st July, 1912. Not gone from, memory,' not gone from ? love, But gone to our Fatb'Vs home above. — Inserted by her loving husband, son?, and daughters. BEREAVEMENT CARDS. MRS. M. BUICK and FAMILY wish to THANK all kind Relatives and Friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. TICKS. McDOXALD and DAUGHTERS, of -'-1- Ngapalas, sincerely THANK all kind Friends and Relatives for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, and expressions of sym pathy in their recent sad bereavement of their loving daughter and sister Merle.