SPECIAL NOTICE. Innonncanenta ot Birtbs, Huritges, Dextla, in Memoriam Notices, and Bereavement Cards, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in The Register, The Observer, and The Evening Journal for the Single Charge of Half a Crown; extra lines, 6d. each. Mini- mum charge, 2/6. The name and addreas ot the sender must in all cases be given. In' Hemorum and Death Announcement* containing reference to more than one de ceased are charged 2/6 each for each dtceaied mentioned, as if they were distinct and sept rate announcements. Death Advertisements ia which a Funeral Announcement is made are charged for as it ., the Death and Funeral were separate an nouncements, viz., a minimum charge of S/6 in each case. BIRTHS. EIME. —On the 18th February, at Glen Pines, Blyth, to Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Eime —a son. Both well. KENNY. —On the 14th February, at Narma, South terrace, to Mr. and Mrs. J. V.- Kenny, Saly appa, Mponta-^i son. Both -welL LIPMAN. —On the 14th February, 16 Mr. and Mra. H. J. Iipman, of 8 Harrow road, St Petes —a son (Gerald John). RULE. —On the 15th February, at Keuwyn, the wife of W. Rule —a daughter.
MARRIAGES. lliLONT:— BENWI0K.— On the 8th February, at St. Ignatius's Church, Norwood, by the Very fiev. D. Oonnell, S.J., John Stephen . Malone, to Veronica (Yen) Benwick. APPROACHING MARRIAGES.1 HOWE— CRASE.— The marriage of Mollie, 'eldest daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Howe, Dargo, Kensington Gardens, to S. Nesbit, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Crase, Guyllata, Medindie, ?wiH be quietly celebrated at St Matthew's Church, Marryatville, on Thursday, March 3, at 2.80 p.m. DEATHS.
COPLEY.— On the 19th February, at the Private Hospital, Peter Stanley Hansen, beloved infant son of Stanley, and Betty Copley, of Elizabeth street, South Plympton, aged 8½ months. HUGHES.— On the 19th February, at her tcsi deHce, Mount Barker, Amy, beloved wife of Lawrence Stoddart Hughes. Best, sweet rest. PAIN.— On the 18th February, at his residence, Ambleside, James Thomas, the beloved husband of M. Pain, ajjed 67. ? PICKEKING.— On the 19th February, at fclfl residence, 14 Thornber street, Unley Park, John, the dearly beloved husband of Eliza Jane Picker ing, aged 71 yeant ' SMITH.— On the llth February, at Adelaide, Frederick Charles, dearly beloved - husband of Marie E. Smith, of 44 fiose street, Glenelg, leav ing a wiie, son, and daughter to mourn their loss. - -. TUCKER.— On the 16th February, «Wbert Lee, insurance manager, of Tiaher street, Jlalvern, beloved hnsband of- Erne H. Tucker, aged 49 years and 11 months. 2Jo mourning, by hi* request. WOODS.— On the 20th February, at his rest dcice, Fuller street, WalkervOle, Michael Wood*, aged 80 years. Requiescat in pace.^ IN MEMORIAM. GARDINER.— In sacred and loving memory of Katharine Gardiner, who died at her son's resi dence, Commercial road, Port Augusta, on the 21st February, 1919. Best in peace.— Inserted by her family. PBNGILLY.— In loving memory of our dear aon and brotber Octovins, who passed sway on the Slat February, 1320. 'Twas hard to part with one we loved, / But God alone knew bedt, He knew the sufferings that he bare, And called him home to rest. - In our heir us your memory lingers, And we kndw if a vain to weep Tears ol love will never wake him , . From his peaceM happy sleep. —Inserted by bis loving mother, sisters, ' and brothers. ? ? - BEREAVEMENT CARDS. mHE DAUGHTERS of the late Mrs. MARY -L O'LEARY desire to THANK all kind Friend* and Relatives for letters, cards, floral tributes, and expressions at sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.