_,_ .. _ under this headlntr must be oatt» an ti ra I r>d by the name and adilrea» of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Slarptnce each' when not cxceedins Ora Bee»; over flve line» Sixpence per line,
advertisements hi «bien a Funeral an Desama ia made are tí*ac*-cd for aa if the
,Death and Funeral were separate a-nnonncarment»,
iiasaly:-The mir« mum char-re of 2/6 ia each
la Mnanriai-a and laa-arth advertt«erncoU eot-Ulnlng , ifjeieaca to atore than one deceased are charged
S/6 each far each vW-eased aieotiorrod, aa it they ajar« distinct end separate snittunccmenta,
LOWER.-On the 25th February, at William street, Broken Hill, the wife of Rupert Lower,
KaUEUK.-On the atti Xarcli, at "Moora,* CJeare.. to Mr. end Mrs. E. Kraebe-a daughte-r.
CONNELLY.-On the 1.1t!i Mardi, at Quambi Sitming Jtt-ajae, Xorth Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Connolly, «f *u*Un«t*-n-rontl, KUkeony-a djuan. ter. «ota wen.
GUNDERSEN--HANCOCK.- On the 14th Feb
ruary, at the Congregational Church, Mount Lofty,
by the Rev. A. W, Gordon, assisted by the Rev. T. P. Willason, Thor, second son of Mrs. Gunder-
sen, ''Matlock Bank," Christchurch, New Zealand, to Mary Maynard, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lipson Hancock, "Kennedya," Wallaroo Mines.
BAKER-FRASER.-On the 4th March, at «Hat Caneca, Kadina, Lesley John, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Baker, of Kangarilla, to ' Beaate Psalina, secacd tlaiatfiter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. .nain, Ijgnhicl. Fntcot address, Sntnrtoavn.
AGETT-LEDWITT.-On the 6th February, at
the Pro-Catlhederal, B.H.. bv tua LortMtip Jrr.
Warder,Arthur, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Agett, Iron Knob. S.A.. to Catherine, f-Hlest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Ledwitt, BJW
IURBB-ÎVi'J.VKK.-On tît* 11th .Varch, UM, at tee bride*» parena, by the Bear. J. II. Tre \*qnow. James, only »on of the late Janies Harris, Hawker's Creel-, Kapunda, to Martha, fifth daush ' ter of Adam Wcnltc, Bethel, near Kapunda. Pre-
sent »gYlreo--Spring Farm, Kapunda,
V BH*r-VAX DAMME.-On the 14th March,
?( ISM, at St. OeorseV. Woodforde, by the new A.
; Ist-Ñser, John B_ fourth »on of the late Francis Wiley, Oa-a'cr, to Gertrude? M., ^oungmt (laugh ter of the late V. I., van Damme, of Melbourne. tVaaia* aeoTexx, "Yeîkie,"! Cldaml-o-renuc, Dai- ries.'
. HfXM-HnXBIZll>.-Hie en^rEmcnt is an nooncsit of Ida Isobel Mary, aacond dau_trter of at. and lira. Sidney Roarc, of Adelaide, Ute of Wendooree*. Ballarat, Victoria, to Lieut. Jack H. .as^cbell (Sith BattaTJon, JUJ.). second son of /Shs. and the late Alexander Mitchell, late of the
, Odian OMI Service. . 73E74s74
itAWraUt-aUItSBAUi.-The enjraa-cmeot ia . *.M»ear M1 at Baby OUdys, second daughter of Mr.
«ad Mr«. James Sanford, of May-sta-cet, Sandwdl. , .sear Birt ashs» I. «ad Brace, third »on of Mr. and
tia*. W. IfJ-rabalL of Murry Bridge.
DtMD ON ACTIVE SERVICE.
' * -tU.4aC.-On the -JOth July. 101S rprearlowly re
" felted a-aasinc Mr*- reported killel .n action),
5s. «SA. Private K. A. Clark, Kith Battalion, nearly beloved husband of Hil.ia Clark-, ol Nail* .worth, leaving: ara little children. Hi» duty 'nobly »lone. t_
- ' DEATHS.
;; B»B«VIXX--On the *12th" March, at his tate, ¿fasei-e». Glendore, Joan Borlacc, relict of Elizv . VVíth nena», lea-riiig lour sons one. Jira, still .' -*e>? act.hr» service, and two daughters, age 80
.'*».».. Bast after weerta*».
A'VKKOOE.-On the'13th March, at hi» resi Iteece, "MmAtook," lln-rbasstreet, Miie-Entl, Wil "* nan».'tan beloved husband of Lavinia Vcrooe, aged
t.VUi&OS.-On the 7tl; Slarcli. at Lincoln Cot - tate. Hoe; Bar, Sxtcy, beloved daughter oí Tilomas - anti Mary Wlllaon, tind elliott grand-daugbtor of
Mrs. B-tJderick, Ga» 1er, aged 10 .tears and 3 , ttlPTrtha,
' JOSBS.-OB the 7th March, at Gumeracha, Bur
aard. atys»; second dearb-lowtl -nu of B. au J ..; Wallssa Jones, aged 1 year 10 mouths.
' HYDet-On the 10th March, at his san-in
ItVs (A. C. Xorris) residence, Port Clinton, laTean Hyde, aged SS years and 7 mouths. A corsaist of 72 jean. At rest.
KKUtAWAY.-On the 13th March, at his re.-i deaoc, Miller-street, Xorth Unley, Joseph, the be lovad anaband of Mary Jane KeUaatay, aged X
MACASA,-On the l«h Varch, at Ad*!aide, William Alexander Macara, husband of the late» Ade'aid» Clayton Macara.
.J^EBCCSOX.-On the 10th March, of pernicious SSa.mli.- Charles James, dearlv loved husband oXF. B. Fer-rusou (nee alaaaslip). Flinders View, Çryctal Brook. A most patient sufferer at rest. AjeVl 471.
STAXTON".-On ,bo 13th Slarcli, at the resi- dence of his daatrhter (Mrs. G. IL Ka now). Ed- ward Stanton, ag-.-d SO years, Icavir.fr 7 children, SI'grandchildren, and IS grcat-irruodcliLldrcti.
, HEEOES OF THE GREAT WAR
ÏLlTOTBa.-In loving- memorj* of our dear »on apa- brother. Homard Sidnrv, killed in a.t.on, Jfarch U 1S17.
So* the heroes are returning-, dear Howard,
And victory is won:
\ Ko one ttuoas hotv onr hctrt« are achiuj,
" To think you trill never r tnic.
-lu-ttrtrd bv his mrroaint; parent«, idstcrs and li-others. A, and K. Ilat-chcr ami fxiuly, "\.r B'iua.