BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND
Announcements under thii heading must bs
authenticated by the name and addrpwi of tie sender, and are inserted at a charge oí Two Shillings and Sixpence each when cot exceeding five lines: over five lines Sixpence per line.
Death advertisements in walch a Funeral an-
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fa Uemoriam and Death advertisement» containing
references to more than one deceased are chargeJ 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements.
SANDFORD.—On the 13th July, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Sandford, of Mount Daer North—a son (Albert Donald).
MACDONALD.—On the 16th July, at "Ivanhoe," Edwin-terrace, Gilberton, the wife of Mr. A. C. Macdonald—a daughter.
RANDLE (nee Mander).—On the 21st July, at Umtali, Rhodesia, Africa, the wife of J. K. Randle—twins (son and daughter). (By cable.)
ALDERSON (nee Drage).—On the 22nd July, at Leah-street, Forestville, the wife of J. J. Alder son—a daughter. Both well.
BANFIELD (Ethel Berry).—On the 23rd July, at "Homeleigh," Mead-street, Exeter, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Banfield—a daughter (Dorothy Winni fred).
SMITH (nee Dennis).—On the 23rd July, at George-street, Clarence Park, the wife of Horace E. Smith, of a daughter.
PRIOR-WIGZELL.-On the 31st March, at North Melbourne Presbyterian Manse, by Rev. James T. Robertson, Balfour Gordon Clyde, fourth son Mr. and Mrs. John Prior, Musgrave-street, Goodwood, to Gladys Laurel, youngest daughter Mr. and Mrs George Wigzell, 48, Albert-street, Goodwood. Present address, 48, Albert-street, Goodwood. No cake, no cards.
GOODES-STUBING.-On the 23rd May, at the Methodist Church, Cleve, by the Rev. A. Dyer, Murray Joseph, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodes, Arno ,Bay to Frances Louisa, only daughter of Mrs. and the late William Stubing,
MUGFORD-SUCKLING.-On the 27th July, 1EÖ2, at Maughan Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. TV. H. Cann, aoi»ted by Rev. J. Robertson, M.A., Rev. S. Clark Mugford, to Clara Jane Suckling. Present address-South-terrace, Adelaide.
CUTTS-GREER.-On the 27th July. 1892, at Park-street Church of Christ, by Rev. P. Dickson, Charles Edward, son of John Cutts, Parkside, to Florence Edith, daughter of James Shaw Greer, Unley. Present address, Hardy-street, Good-
DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE.
HIGGINS.-Killed in action, France, on June 30. our dear brother, Private Mutt. B. Higgins, 13rd Battalion, aged 31 3 oars.
To duty h1q country called him.
And called him in 0ionoi*8, name; He cave his life in answer.
And -that'-» how he played the game,
-Inserted by his sorrowing" sisters and brothers. WHITBREAD.-On the 6th July, died in the Second General Hospital, Private W. J. Whit- bread (Jack), the dearly beloved son of Mrs. and Mr. F. Whitbread, of Stirling West, and darling brother of Dora, Nell, George, Edie, Bena, and Jill, aged 21 years and 3 months.
A devoted son,
A thoughtful, loving brother, And one to be proud of.
Thy will be done.
-Inserted by his sorrowing twin sister, Jill.
PEREIRA.-A tribute of love to the memory of our dear workmate, Private Ernest Pereira, who was killed in action in France, June 8. Somewhere in France he is lying.
He answered his country's call, He died an Australian hero,
Fighting to save us all.
-Inserted by his fellow-workmates of Arthur Brown & Co., Port Adelaide.
**-*?" GO FORTH TO SAVE OUR DEF£*XDER3, WHO ARE DYIXG FOR WAST OF RELIEF AND BEST. 2o7c
VENNING. —On the 20th July, at Kadina, Edith Jane, beloved wife of W. T. Venning, aged 41 years.
HAWKINS. —On the 25th July, at her residence, 31, Parade, Norwood, suddenly, Margaret, relict of late George Hawkins, aged 73 years.
PLEDGE. —On the 25th July, at Laura, William Crosby Pledge, aged 73 years.
BURGESS. —On the 21st July, at Balhannah, William Burgess, aged 86 years 11 months. A colonist of 77 years. Arrived in the ship Fairlie, 1840.
CLARE. —On the 26th July, Frederick, husband
of Alice Clare.
HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR.
LELAXT.-»In loving memory of Private G. S. Lelant, w3io fell at Pozieres, July 27, 1916. 3fanly, unselfish, and bra\e.-'Inserted by his loidng friends, (Mr. James and* family, 'Gilberton, and Gunner J. R. James, abroad.
, HUNT.-In,loving but sad memory of our dar- ling son and brother, Xo. 2361, Private C. C. Hunt, who died from wounds received in France, July 27, 1916. Aged 22 years 8 months.
But few that have heard their death-knell roll
From the camion's lips where they faced the
Have fallen as stout and steady of soul
As that dead man gone where we all must go.
Though lost to sight, to memory dear; Left us in sorrow, left us in tears.
-Inserted "ay his sorrowing mother, brother Price, and sister Elsie, and brother-in-law. Fred.
MILLAR.-In fond, remembrance of Private G. H. Millar, 32nd Battalion, died of wounds received in action, July 27, 1916.
I often think of you, dear George,
Of how you sailed away with the brave. To help your comrades in the fight,
And now you sleep in a soldier's far-off
-Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Larsen and family. Prospect. 208x209
BARKER.-In loving memory of Private O. A. M. Barker (Nigel), killed at Poacres. July 25,
Fighting for King, home, and country, His duty nobly done.
-Inserted ty workmates at D. & J. Fowler, Ltd.,
MANOEL.-In memory of Ernest J. Manoel, killed in France. July 25, 1916.
In my book of memories, Ern,
Your dear name shall never fade;
All for loved ones, King and country,
Thy dear sacrifice was made.
-Inserted by his loving friend, M. Jolly.
LANGLEY.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Lance-Corporal ' Jim Langley, killed in action, France, July 34, 1916. '
There is no death to the love that lives
Or the faith that stands serene;
They are waiting for us, the boys we mourn,
And there's just a door Jietween.
-Inserted by his parents snd sisters, Nangkita.
GO FORTH TO SAVE OUR DEFENDERS,
WHO ARE DYING FOR WANT OF RELIEF AND REST. . 307c
GROVES.-In loving memory of our little son. Rupert A. V., who died at Petersburg, July 27,
ALDRIDGE.-In loTing remembrance of my dear sister, Sarah, who passed away July 27, 1916. Ever remembered.-Inserted by his loving brother, Joseph A. Carr.
SCANDRETT.-In loving memory of Arthur, the beloved husband of Jean Scandrctt, wbo de- parted this life July 27, 1916, aged 40 years. Peace, perfect peace.-Inserted by his loving wife
DALY.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Francis Vincent, who died at Adelaide, July 27, 1900. Ever remembered by his loving sister,
WINSLET.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Jack, eldest beloved con of J. Wins let, who died 27th July, 1904, aged 13 years and 10 months.-inserted by his loving mother, bro- ther, and sister-in-law.
SHERUIFF.-In sad but loving memory "of my dear sister, Daisy, who pased away July 25, 1915. Mcaiorv like the ivy clings.-Inserted by her lov- ing sister, Gertie, and brother-in-law. Eddv,
VICARY.-In loving remembrance of Syd, who died at Norwood, July 27, 1915.-Inserted by his loving father, mother, and Rene. "So dearly
VICARY.-In loving memory of our dear husband and father (Syd.), who died July 27, 1315. So sadly missed by his wife and son,
VICARY.-In loving memory of our dear son-in-law (Syd.), who died July 27, 19lS.
-Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. S. Keynes, Leabrook.
TURNER.-In loving memory of dear husband and father, Henry, who died at Thebarton, July
Too dearly loved to be forgotten.
-Inserted by his loving wife and family.
WATKINS.-In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away at Fullarton on Julv
My thoughts they often wander
To a spot not far aiway.
Where they laid my dear father
Just twelve months ago to-day.
Friends may think I have forgotten you When at times they sec me smile;
But they little know an aching: heart
Those smiles hide all the while.
Father is gone, but not forgotten.
Nor the good advice he-- gave:
Sweetest thought» shall ever linger
Round my darling father's grave.
-Inserted by his loving son; Alfred Daniel.
MORPHETT.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 27, 1913, at Ade
"Though death divides, fond memory clings."
—Inserted by R. E. and D. E. Matthews.
MORPHETT.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who died at Adelaide, July 27, 1913.
Your memory is as dear to-day
As in the year you passed away.
—Inserted by her loving husband, R. Morphett.
ONLEY.-In loving memory of Sylvia, beJoved infant daughter of Jane and the late Arthur Onley, who departed this life July 27, 1916.
Suffer little children, and forbid them not to come unto Sie, for of such is the kingdom of
-Inserted by har "ovine mother, > asters, and
H Vi SMA"S -In lovirer m«mon of our dear hu*ond and 'ather, who died at Clare, July 17,
Davs ot sadness still como o er us.
Hidden secret tears still row
ilcmorv kwps our dear one near us.
Though he died five years agi
-Inserted bv li s oving wife and daughter and son ir _iw I thel and Frank (Nigg) 20Sv203
SHrLDRICN -In loving memorr of our dear husband and father, who died Julv 27, 1909
Fethcr, in Thv gracious keeping
Leave we now Thj ervant sleeping
-Inserted "bv his loving wife and children, K11 kenn> ana Nurracoorte
SORENSEN -In loving memory of my dear wife, who d ed lalv 27, 191a
We often tinnk of toe (lavs gone by, When we «ere all together.
*i ihaaow o er our life is cas-,
K dear one gone tor ever
She ia gone »but not forgotten.
<"he was olwajs good and true. Uwavs -cady to receive us
?With love and kinJness. too .
I if es weary troubles and sufferings are pa>t; / Gone itt her heaven"} home at last / -Inserted bj her loving husband and grand «"anghter, O Sorensen
SORENSEN -In lovmg mernoo of my dear mother, who ched on Julv 27, Wlï
No one knows ho» much we miss her.
Friends mav think the wound is htaled. But thev little know the «¡orrow
Within our hearts concealed
Often there our thoughts do wander
To th" spot not far awav
Where thej laid our loving mothe
Tust two vcar« ago to daj
-Inserte* bv her loving daughter, Iw, and sou in law n active service, abroad, C DKon
?AHITE-In loving memorv of our dear son lorne who died lulv 27 1912
Too far awav vom- grave to i>ee. Sut not oo tar to think of thee
-Inserted bv his loving mother father, grand mother aunts and uncles
OLUÎK-In loving remembrance of our dear husband and father who Jiecl lulv 27 1915
While von weTe spared on earth to us, Ml life secr-ed bright and gav.
But "idriess fills our hea-ts at home, SJice death took vou awav
-Inserted bv his loving tvife and family, and sister, Hannafli
MR and MRS T KILMARTIN and FAMILY of
Barton Terrace, North Adelaide wish to ten der their sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, and personal expres sions of sympathy; also militan authorities and Mothers' Band in the sad loss of our dear son and brother, the late Lance-Corporal Francis Thomas Kilmartin of the 46th Battalion, killed in action in France on June 8. MRS E A TIPPETT of Tickera sincerely
TTUVKS all kind Friends for letters, cards, and personal expressions of «vrrrpathv in her re cent sad and sudden 1 ereavomont She especially Thanks Mr Lee and "tir Mcintosh, sen. o' Tickera, Rev 6 Forsvtb and Rev Geo Anderdon, of Port Augusta al«o Doctors and Staff of Port augusta Hosmtal_ "ITR and Mrs GEOROF SMITH, \lbert street, -*."-*- Goodwood smcerelv* THASK all kind fnends and relative» for cards and letter» and personal expressions of sympathv m their sad bereavement, especiallj Pastor I I Franklyn and members of the Grote-"treet Church of Christ ind the Young People's Christian Endeavors, of Grote street, and thev also Thank the Military authorities for letter expressing the sympathv of their Majesties, the Kmg »nd Queen, through the death of their son, George (Mick), who was killed in action in France, June 8, 1017