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MORLEY. —On the Gth June, at Miss Walsh "a ÏMvate Hospita!, Kensington-road, Rose Park, to lir. and Mrs. L. T. Morley, oi Sydenha-u-road, Nor wood —a daughter.
WHITE (nee Faulkner). —On the 23th May, ni tibrernment-road, Black Forest, to Mr. and Mrs. S. (.. h. White-a son (Benjamin Stanley John).
WATKINS. —On the 30th May, at Nurse Green slade's Hospital, Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Watkins, Helmsdale —a son.
BRIMBLE. —On the 9th June, at California- street, Nailsworth, to the wife «f Charles Brimble —a daughter (Laurene Campbell).
NUNAN. —On the SSth February,' at Port Pirie, to Mr. and Mrs..David Nunan —a daughter (Edrara. May).
STEWART. —On the 9th June, at Jacob-street, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. E. «towart —a son (Harry Morris).
SMITH (nee Milton). —On the 29th May, at Terowie Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith —a son (Norman Ray). Both well.
McKELL (nee Driscoll). —On the 3th June, to Mr. and Mrs. J. McKell, jun., Victoria-street, Queenstown —a daughter (Jean Eva).
LAUGHTON. —On the nth June, at North Walkerville, the wife of Reg. A. L. Laugh ton —
SHORT (nee Frost). —On the 6th June, at Nyola Hospital, Port Pirie, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. E. Short, Prince-street, Solomontown —a daughter.
BERBERfT-HILL.-On the 31st May, at St Bcrknir's Charca, Glen Osmond, by the Rev. W. li. Sunter, Sidney Leo, eldest son of lix. and Mrs. K. J. Herbert, Nantawarra, to Grace Kira loUi, eMett daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Hill, enowfcr*-n, late of St. Peters.
HOOPER-PETERS.-On the 30th May, at the Holy Trinity Church, Riverton, by Rev. A. Webb,
Private Percy S., youngest son of Mrs. E. Hooper, of Giles Corner, to Ivy Winifred, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Peters, of Riverton.
DADDS-STEVENS.-On the 8th May, at Metho- dist Church, Laura, by Revs. W. T. Shapley and A. M. Trengove, Charles R. (Rev.), eldest son of Mr. J. W. Dadds, Carey's Gully, to A. Clara (A.T.N.A), daughter of Mr. James Stevens, Laura.
HAWSON-JACOBS.-Marriage has been ar- ranged-between Mabel Emilyn, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hawson, of Polda station, Eyre Peninsula, and Kenneth Sparkman, only son of Mr. G. W. Jacobs, late of Glenelg, now of "Ros- lyn," East Maitland, N.S.W., and the late Mrs. G. W. (Tot) Jacobs.
SMITH-SMITH.-On the 10th June, 189-2, at 7, West Park-rood, Elgin, Scotland, by the Rev. H. Barclay, Presbyterian Church, John, only son of J. Smith, Smithfield, farmer, Fochabors, to Isobcll Hess, third daughter oí Alex. Smith, carpenter. Present address-Mount Lofty.
DD3D ON ACTIVE SERVICE.
FERRY.-Died June 9, Rase Hospital, Mel bourne, of doable pneumonia, Bdr J L Perry, aged 25, youngct son of late James Harry and Elizabeth Perry, Stonebndge, England, also beloved brother of Lisie, Manon, and Ted Pcrrj, Glenelg, South Australia
WOODING? -Killed in action in France, on the 6th May, George William Woodings, only surviving poa »of Mr J H Woodings, and brother of tile Misses Lottie and Ruby Woodings.
DOCKING -Killed in action in France on May 6, Privates Frantz Albert and Lionel Theodore Claude Docking, 10th Battalion, A I F , the fifth and seventh beloved sons of James and Marie C. Docking, of Pinnaroo, aged 27 and 24 years. Loved and respected by all who knew them.
SCROOP»-Died of sickness, -whilst prisoner of «at at togora, in Turkey, December 2s, 1816, lance-Corporal Percj George Scroop, dearly-loved filth son of Mr and Min Janies scroop, of Coro- mandel Valley, aged 23 yean
MATTKEWS.-On the 27th May, Lieutenant Walter Fenwick, eldest son W. A. and E. L Mat- thews, Clare (late police station, Jamestown), killed in action, aged 30 years Melbourne papers Please copy.
NORRIS.^©* the 13th May, died of illness. France, Signaller John Nornn, eldest dcorh loved ton of H. G G and J t~ Noms, Woodville, aged 56 ¿oars.
MEYERS. —Killed in action, m France, May 7, Private Herbert Leslie Meyers, Dawson.
Far away from those who loved him. Comrades laid him down to rest, A noble hero, true and hrarc.
Peacefully sleeps in a soldier's grave —Inserted by his loving friend, Ada Goss
DOCKING. —Kiilcd in action, somewhere in France, on May 6, Privates Frintz and Claude Docking, age 27 and 24 years.
They fell as heroes in the fight,
For King and countrv laid down their live«.
—Inserted by their loving arother and sister in law, Fred and Clara
BROOKMAN. —On 11th June, at his resi-
dence, Kelvin Lodge, Prospect-road, Prospect, Ben jamin, the beloved husband of Charlotte Elizabeth Brookman, in his 91st year.
McCARRON. —On the 10th June, at his mother's (Mrs. M. McCarron) residence, 100, South-terrace, Francis Thomas. (Frank) . McCarron, fifth beloved son of Margaret and the rate John M-Carron, aged
BS years. R.I.P.
BEAN. —On the 10th June, at her late residence, Edwardstown, Rosa E. Bean, a beloved mother at rest A colonist of 71 years. A patient suf ferer. Aged 71 years.
CLOAK. —On the 2nd June, at Moonta, Jessie, the beloved wife of Charles B. Cloak, and daugh ter of the late Thoms and M. Scott, late of Salisbury, leaving husband and two sons to mourn
4*** ma tom. «gea « years. M «at.
MARLOW. —On the 6th June, at her residence, Minlaton, of iicart failure,. Sarah, the beloved wife of c. R. Marlow, leaving two daogtrtera and two eons. Mis. G. C. Bieg, Evandale; Mrs. A K. Terry, Flinders-street, City; Mr. T. W. Marlow, Minlaton; and Mr. C. Marlow, Payneham; and ' seven granddiildren to mourn their tad loss; aged
GS yiais. A colonist of 41 years. Loved and rs Bf-w+cd by au.
BATTAMS. —On the 11th June, at private hos
pital, Caroline Battams, aged 63. A patient suf-
ferer at rest.
HODSON.--On the 2nd June, at her residence, Magill, Mrs. Ann Hodson, mother of Mr. Charles Donisthorpe and Mrs. Eliza Tyley, aged 80 years.
HAYTER. —On the 8th June, at Adelaide, after long illness. Emma, dearly beloved daughter of Private Herbert Hayter, 40th Battalion, late
BAYLY. —On the 9th June, Charles Griffith Bayly, third son of the late Rev. Edmund Good enough Bayly, M.A., of Bedford, England, aged
JENNER. —On the 25th May, at his residence, "Wonga," Fairford-street, (Dulwich Hill, New South Wales, Jlenry, beloved husband of Sarah Jenner, late of Norwood, South Australia.
GILLINGHAM. —On the 11th June, at his res dence, Arnold-street, Parkside South, the Rev. John Gillingham, dearly beloved husband of Mary Gillinghaam, in his 88th year. Suddenly called
COBURN. —On the 11th June, Isaac, beloved husband of Caroline Tabitha Coburn, of Barnard- street, North Adelaide, age 79 years. English papers please copy.
BEAN. —On the 10th June, at her residence, Edwardstown, Rosa E. Bean, a patient sufferer and a very beloved mother at rest, colonist of 71 years.
O'CONNELL. —On the 11th June, at his resi dence. No. 3, Muller-street. Norwood, Patrick, the beloved husband of Norah O'connell, aged 67 years. Requiscat in pace.
BLOMFIELD.-On the 10th June, at "Duneric." near Grange,. Henry Stephen, dearly-beloved hus- band of Margaret.E. Blomfield, and only son of the late Stephen and Sarah Alice Biomfleld, of King Wilriam-ctreçt, Kent Town, aged 41 years. ' HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR.
HAWSOX -In lovinar remembrance of our dar- ling brother. Alex, 9th iL.II.. killed a: Anzac, 12th June, 1915. He has borne Iii« cross, he has Joined his crown.-Inserted by his affectionate brothers and sisters; Leslie (cm active service, France), Tom, Henry, Mena, and Blanche.
VEITCH.-In loviDff memory of onr dear friend, Will Veitch, killed in action on June IO, 1916.
One of the best that (kid could Bend, Beloved by all, a faithful friend,
Called home from those who fondly loved, To (rain a glorious life above.
-Inserted by his true friends, Grace, Belle, and
HAWSON.-In loving memory of dear little Alec, of the 9th Light Horse, who fell at Gallipoli, June 12, 1915, buried at Anzac Cove.
Gone from this world of strife and sin, With God eternally shut in;
No creed, no form can stand the storm. Only the blood ran save.
-By his loving Uncle and Auntie Spalding, Port
HAWSON.-In loving memory of our dear pre- cious son and brother, Trooper A. L. (Alex), late ttth Light Horse, who gave his life for the Em- pire J. une 12,-1915.
Love almighty, love unchanging.
More than mother's love is Thine; Can our .hearts be ever lonely
Comforted with love like Thine.
-Inserted by his fond parents, sisters, and bro- thers, Rupara.
PENBER/THY.-In loving memory of our dear aunt, who died on June 12, MOt. Those nriss you most who love you best.-Inserted by Kate, Ohris Bie, Milly, Jack, and Louie.
LAWRANCE.-In loving remembrance of Dolly Lawrance, who pas«ed away on June 12th, 1913, at adelaide.-Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brother.
FRIDY.-In laving memory of Thoms John, who died June 12. 1911. Dearly loved, sadly missed.-Inserted by his parents, brother, and
SUPPLE.-In loving memory of my dear hus-
band. Thomas William, who passed away at the , Talbot Hotel, June 12, 1915. R.I.P.-Inserted
by his loving wife, L. Supple.
SMITH.-In loving and affectionate memory of our dear father, James Smith, who died at Yongala on June 12, 1916. Also our dear mother, Margaret Smith, who died at Yongala on July 27, 1887. R.I.P. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, grant their souls eternal rest.-Inserted by Her loving chil- dren and grandchildren.
FRY (nee Russell).-In loving memory of my dear sister. Lizzie, who died June 12th, 3916. R.I.P. Though death divides, fond memory clings. -Inserted by her lovjng sister. Maggie.
WALLACE.-4n krving memory of Winiam Henry Wallace, who died at Semaphore, June 12th, 1901. Though death divides, fond memory clings. -Inserted by his loring wife and family.
HANCOCK.-In laving memory of our dear1 mother, who passed away on June 12, 1915. Sweetly resting.-Inserted by her loving daughter and »on in-law, Evelyn and Wïlee, Maylands.
HAKOOCK.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who died at Kadina on june 12th, 1915.
Saddening days, when hearts, we love
Are called to rest;
But through the tears a rainbow gleams.
God knoweth best. i
-Inserted bv her loving son and daughter-in-IiW,
Bert and Kit,
HANCOCK.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who died at Kadina, June 12. 1915.
Gentle :n manner, patient in pain,
Our dear mother lefr us, heaven to gain.
With nature so loving and always so kind, i Hard in this world her equal to find.
-Inserted by her loving son and daughters, Holey, Vina, Reata, and son-in-law, Jack.
HANCOCK.-In loving memory of out dear mother, who died at Kadina on June 12, 1913.
If gone and forgotten by some you may be,
If others forget you, never will we. If your grave could only open
What changes you would see; But it is better, yes. far better,
That you never lived to see.
-Inserted by Em and Fred. ' ,
HANCOCK.-In loving memory of our dear
mother, who died June 12, 1915.
Her memory is ever dear.
-Inserted by her loving daughters, Violet and May, and son-in-law and grandson, lisle and
LIVINGSTON.-In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away June 12,'
1914, .at Broken Hill. i
Three years have gone, but none can tell I Tile loss of a father we loved so well.
-Inserted by his loving-wife and children.
SKINNER.-In loving memory of our loving father and grandfather, who died at Adelaide Hospital, June 11, 1916.
Too far away yur grave to nee,
But not too far to nhink of thee;
If we v. ere not there at the hour of death, God in His mercy can answer the rest. (.'one is the face we loved so dear, Silent the voice we loved to hear,
Too far away from sight or speech.
But not too far for our thoughts to reach. We will meet you again, dear father,
Where partings we no more;
We will clasp your hand in a better land,
And we .shall part no more.
-Inserted by his. loving san and dausrhter-in-Iaw and-grandchildren, Walter and Mary Skinner.
GURR.-In loving memory of Mary, beloved wife of llenrv Gurr, loved daughter of James Leo, Wright-street, died June 12, 19l6.
Dai's of sadness still come o'er ns.
Hidden secret tears still flow.
For memory keepit our loved one near ni,
Though she died one year ago.
-Inserted by her loving father, brother and mstc. in-law, sister . and brother-in-law, niece and nephews. . . . ? -
CURB..-In loving memory of my dear friend, Mrs. Gurr, who died June 12th, 1916.
I shall need .some hand to guide mc
When I cross" the flowing tide,
.And I know you will be there to meet-me'
When 1 reach the other side.
-Inserted by Mrs. Thomson. . .
GiniR.-In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who died ut Adelaide on the 12th June,
A faithful motiiir. true and kind.
No truer mother on earth we'll find.
With patience. great she hore her pain, To wnit for cure was all in rain.
But God alone. Who kneweü» "acst.
Did case her pain and give her rest. She had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all.
-Inserted by her loving husband and sons, Harry, John, and Claric.
COOK.-In loving memory of wy dear father, who died June 12, 191Th
We were not by dear father's Fide, .
To ben his lost, faint sigh.
Or whisper just one loving word.
Or even say good-bye.
Freniif may think we have foiynbtcn you.
When at times they fee us smile,
But they little know what aching hearts
Those smiles hide au the while.
-Inserted by his loving daughter and sao-ia-Uw, Ellie and Bert.