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DEATHS:

SCOTT.-On the 9th June, at her residence, ?, South-terrace, Mile-End, Lily May, dearly beloved wife of F. J. Scott, aged 30 years.

NEWNHAM.-On the 29th May, at Perth, W.A., Alfred George Newnham, aged 63 years, formerly of South Australian Mounted Police, and son-in- law of the late Mr. G. F. Ind, Paradise.

BURNS.-On the 7th June, Thomas Henry, dearly beloved son of Mrs. and the late Tom Burns, Coglin-street, Brompton, aged 35 years. Forever with the Lord.

BURN.-On the 7th June, at the Isolation Hos- pital, Thomas Henry, dearly beloved brother and   brother-in-law of Mrs. and Mr. C. H. Parke, Croydon.

SHEPHARD.-On the 9th June, at her residence, Fisher-street, Malvern, Louisa, relict of W. T. Shephard, in her 75th year. At rest.

HARLAND.-On the 30th May, at his late resi- dence, 17, Rochester-street, Knightsbridge, Ade- laide, Sydney James, dearly loved husband of Jessie May Harland, and son of Mrs. E. Nye, aged 33. "Sometime we'll understand."

BURNS.-On the 9th June, at Mildura, Rev. John A. Burns, beloved husband of Susan Burns, in his 68th year.

PLAYFAIR.-On the 9th June, at the Isolation  

Hospital, Port Adelaide, Ethel Adelaide, dearly loved wife of Allan Moir Playfair, late lieu- tenant of A.I.F., aged 28 years.  

AREYARD.-On the 9th June, at his resi-  

dence, 53, Molesworth-street, North Adelaide, Eile Ernest. dearly-beloved son of C. and the late Ann Areyard, aged 39 years.

MALCOLM.-On the 8th June, at the residence of his mother-in-law, (Mrs. W. Haydon, of Kangaroo Flat), Maurice C., the dearly beloved  

husband of Annie Malcolm, aged 33 years, late of Owen and Melbourne.    

HANNS.-On the 9th June, at 14, Marion-street, Unley, suddenly, Henry, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Hanns, in his 89th year. A colonist of   70 years.

WALL.-On the 7th June, at "Glenmore," Orroroo, suddenly, George, dearly beloved hus- band of Jessie Wall, aged 62. Western Australian papers please copy.

HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR

ANDREWS -

Smile through the tears that flow, my mother dar-

ling.

Was it not for this priceless day I went? The liberty of world was calling, mother,

And so the life's blood of your heart was spent. Not lost though, mother soul, just in the seeming—

Death as shall come and with no duty done, We paid the larger sacrifice demanded,

Past seeing eyes, dear, I am still your son.

—Inserted by his loving mother, M. Andrews, Alexandra-street, North Prospect.

ANDREWS.-In memory of No. 6037, Private Herbert Gladstone Andrews (Bert), No. 2, Lewis Gun, 27th Battalion, B Company, killed in action, June 10, 1918.

HARPER.-In sad but loving remembrance of   our dearest father, 6366, Lance-Corporal D. S. Harper, 27th Battalion, killed in action, June

10, 1918.

Now the day of the battle is ended,

And the cruel suspense is passed, And the hours of anguished waiting

Are over for all at last.

And those who are re-united

Will offer their praise to God,

But the farther we waited and longed for

Lies voiceless under the soil.

When the boys are marching home. When mothers lean to less them,    

And children to caress them,   May God give strength to the watching ones   Whose father will never come home.   —Inserted by his loving children, Dora, Merlie, Jessie, and Teddy, and brother-in-law, Private E. Palmer, still on active service.

HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR

BIRD.-In fond and loving memory of our dear brother, Joseph Stephen (27th Battalion) killed in action, June 10, 1918.—Inserted by his loving sister, Mrs. W. K. Larner, and brother, W. Bird, of Broken Hill. Most dearly loved, most sadly

missed.

HEMSLEY.-In loving memory of Private George Hemsley, killed in action, France, 8th June, 1917.

You are not forgotten, George.

Nor will you ever be,

As long as life and memory last

So I will remember thee. —Inserted by a friend, L.P.

JACKSON.-In loving memory of our dearest youngest son and brother, David J. Jackson, killed battle Messines, June 10, 1917, aged 18.

A precious one from us is gone,

A voice we loved is stilled,

A place is vacant in our home  

Which never can be filled.

—R.I.P. Inserted by loving parents, sister, and

brothers, Kapunda.

JONAS.-In loving memory of my dear son, Albert R. B. Jonas, killed in action. June 9,

1917.

Now the heroes are returning,

And victory is won;

No one knows how my heart is aching

To think Alb. will never come.

—Inserted by his loving father, Robert Jonas, Alberton.              

KILMARTIN.-In loving memory of our dear   brother (Frank), F. T. J. Kilmartin, 48th Batta- lion, killed in action June 8, 1917, at Messines.

He died as he lived.  

—Inserted by his loving father, mother, sisters,   and brothers.

KELLY.-In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, Private Fred Kelly, killed in action, France, June 10, 1917.

Two y ears of grief have passed

Since our great sorrow fell,  

And in our hearts we mourn the loss

Of a brother we loved so well.

—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, H. J. and A. M. Kelly, and nephew, Lewis, Gilber-

ton.

KELLY.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Private Fred Kelly, who was killed in France June

10, 1917.

No one knows how much we miss him,

Friends may think the wound is healed, But they little know the sorrow

Deep within our hearts concealed.

—Inserted by his loving sister, brother-in-law, and little nephew, Norris.

KELLY.-In loving menory of my dear son and brother, Private Frederick Kelly, who was killed in action in France, June 10, 1917.

Could I, his mother, have clasped his hand,

The son I loved so well,

And kissed his brow when death was near, I seem to see his dear, sweet face    

Through a mist of falling tears;

But a mother's part is a broken heart

And a burden of lonely years.

—Inserted by his loving mother and brothers.

KELLY.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Private John Kelly, No. 2107, of the 43rd Bat- talion, killed in action June 10, 1917, in France. Our thoughts they often wander to a soldier's grave Your name is often spoken in the home you died

to save;

For our hearts are still united with the same fond

love for you,

And loving thoughts are cherished of one so brave

and true.

Your cheery, sunny countenance will not from

memory fade,

Nor yet will we forget the noble sacrifice you

made;  

And when our hearts are sore for you we seem

to hear you say,

Break not your heart, dear sister, we will meet

on the eternal day.

—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Ellen and Robert Keith, 31, Gilbert-street, Ade-

laide.  

KELLY.-In loving memory of our dear son, No. 2107, Private John Kelly, of the 43rd Battalion, A.I.F., killed in action, June 10, 1917, in France.

Far from the home of his childhood  

Away over the ocean deep;

In a foreign land our soldier lad

Is having his last long sleep.

In the prime of his life he was taken,

In the joy of his manhood days; None knew him but to love him,

He gave his life his country to save. I often think I see your smiling face,  

Through a mist of falling tears;

But a mother's part is a broken heart,

And a burden of lonely years.

But the hardest part we have to bear now, The boys are coming home,

And our dear John is not there.

—Inserted by his parents, James and Annie Kelly, of 11, Owen-street, Adelaide.

KELLY.-In loving memory of our dear bro- ther, No. 2107, of the 43rd Battalion, killed in action 10th June, 1917, in France.

Far away from those who love him Comrades laid him down to rest. A noble hero, true and brave,

Now sleeps in one of France's graves.

We'll catch the broken threads again, And finish what we here began,

Heaven will thy mysteries explain,  

And then, ah, then, we'll understand.   —Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Delia and Fred Jackson.

KELLY.—In loving memory of Private Fred Kelly, who was killed in France, June 10th, 1917. Always happy and cheerful, with a heart that

knew no fear.

He stood to face life's battle for those he loved

most dear.    

—Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law, W.

and B. Kelly.

KELLY.-In loving memory of our dear brother,  

No. 2107, of the 43rd Battalion, killed in action, 10th June, 1917, in France.

No one knows how much I miss you,    

Friends may think the wound is healed,  

But they little know the sorrow  

Deep within our hearts concealed.

Not gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to our Father's home above. Rest in the Saviour, sweetly rest:

They miss you most who loved you best.

—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law,

Mary and Michael Guerin.

KIRBY.-In loving memory of my best pal, John, killed in action in France.—Ever remem- bered by Sam Forrester. R.I.P.

KIRBY.-In loving remembrance of my dear   son and brother, who was killed in action, June  

10, 1918.      

He sleeps beside his comrades,    

In a hallowed grave unknown:

But his name is written in letters of love, In the hearts he left at home.  

—Inserted by his loving mother, J. Oliver, and  

sister, Doreen.

KIRBY.-A tribute of love to the memory of my grandson, Private John F. Kirby, killed in action somewhere in France, June 10, 1918.

He went with the hope of returning,

Along with his comrades so brave;

But with many a hero he's sleeping,

In his honored soldier's grave.  

—Inserted by his grandmother, M. Daly, and

aunties.

McCANN.-In loving memory of our darling son and brother, Joseph, stretcherbearer, killed in action, battle of Messines, June 8th, 1917.

The war is really over,

To some those words sound nice;

But oh, the sad, sad hearts of those

Whose loved ones paid the price.

Gone and forgotten by some you may be,

But not by us, darling Joe; you never shall be. R.I.P.—Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother, sister, and brother, Jim (returned).

MILLER.-In loving memory of our dear bro- ther, Hartley, who fell in action at Messines, June 10th, 1917.—Ever remembered and sadly missed by his loving brother and sister and little nephews, Ollie and Dulcie, Maxie and Ronie.

MASLIN.-Private Jim, 27th Battalion, 12I.—In loving memory of dear Jim, who was killed in France, June 10, 1918.

Could we, his father and mother Have clasped his hand,

The son we loved so well,

Or kissed his brow when death was near, And whispered dear son, farewell?  

We seem to see his dear, sweet face, Through a mist of falling tears,

But a mother's part is a broken heart And a burden of lonely years.

—Inserted by his loving mother, father, brother George (on active service), also brother Steve.

O'DONOHUE.—In loving memory of my dear   husband, Lieutenant John O'Donohue, who made the supreme sacrifice at Messines, June 10, 1917. R.I.P. 'Though death divides, fond memories cling."—Inserted by his loving wife.

POULSON.-In loving memory of my brother- in-law Tom, who was killed in action, 1918, with 27th Battalion (late 43rd Battalion).

We still keep him in our memory,

And will remember to the last;

The brightest link of memory's chain

In the memory of the past.

—Inserted by Wm. Rogers and his sisters Ada and Gladys, and brother Albert. "He died a soldier

brave."

POLLARD.-In loving memory of Oliver S. Pol- lard, killed in action in France, June 10, 1917.

Gone! Oh, gone, but not forgotten, Never shall his memory fade.

Dear to our memory, sweet to our heart, Our love for our son never will part.

—Inserted by his loving mother and family.

RETALLACK.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Thomas Malcolm Retallack, 30th Battalion, who on June 10, 1917, died of wounds received at Messines, France.

When the flags are o'er the roadway

And the troops come marching home,

O, God, have pity on the watching ones

Whose boy will never come.

—Inserted by his loving parents and sister.

RETALLACK.-In loving memory of Private T. M. Retallack, died of wounds in France, June 10,  

1917.

He has sailed on his last commission

In a beautiful ship called Rest; He was just an Australian hero,

One of God's bravest and best.

—Inserted by his brother and sister in-law, Loxton.

ROWETT.—

Two sad years have now gone past

Since our great sorrow fell,

And in our hearts we mourn the loss  

Of him we loved so well.

—Inserted by his loving mother, M. J. Rowett.

ROWETT.-In loving memory of my dear bro- ther, Joseph James (Joe), who died of wounds in France on June 10, 1917.

A wooden cross is the only sign,

'Neath the rays of the settting sun, To denoite the resting place of one

Who did his duty well;

Facing the dangers as each day dawned,

And like a hero fell.

—Inserted by his sister Annie.

ROWETT.-A tribute to the memory of Lance- Corporal J. J. Rowett, who died from wounds in France, June 10, 1917. Until the resurrection morn.—Inserted by G. M. and H. H. Rohde, Peter-

borough.

SHEARER.-In loving memory of our dear friend, Private J. M. Shearer (Jim), 2nd Machine Gun Section, killed in action, France, June 10,

1918.

He lies with many a gallant lad

Beneath the Frenchman's soil;

He deemed it not too great a price,

For his country and his God.

—Inserted by his friends, G. and M. Anderson and family, Thebarton.

HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR.

RADFORD. -A tribute of love to the memory of Lance-Corporal Claude V. Radford, killed in   action on June 10th, 1917. "He lives with me in memory still."

SINGH.- In honored memory of Private Sam Singh, killed in action, June 10, 1917. in Bel-

gium.    

A memory prized more than gold,    

And the brave soldier's worth cannot be sold.     —Inserted by his friends in the country, J. S. C.

and A.B.

SMITHAM.-In lovng memory of my dear bro-

ther, Private Charles Gordonn Smitham, who gave his life at Messines, June 10, 1917, aged 22 years.

Time cannot alter love so true,

This day brings back all grief anew, —Inserted by Sarah M. Cawrse, Penfield.

SMITHAM.-In loving memory oí our dear son and brother, Private Charles Gordon, 50th Batta- lion, killed in action, June 10, 1917.- Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and sisters, Penfield. Gone but not forgotten.

SMITHAM.-In loving memory of our beloved brother, Private Charles Gordon, who fell in battle, June 10, 1917.

Rest well, brave heart. They laid you there

Within the garden where you fell;

And closed your eyes and raised a cross, as white

as was your life.

Rest well, dear one. Farewell.

—Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, Eliza- beth and Herbert Dayman, and family, Walker-

ville.

SMITHAM.-In loving memory of Private Charles   Smitham (Harley), killed in action, Messines Ridge, June 1oth, 1917.

Although our soldier's sun has set, Its light shall linger around us yet, Bright, radiant, and blest.

—Inserted by his loving sister, Elsie, and niece,

Dora.

SMITHAM.-In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, Charles Gordon, killed in the battle of Messines, June 10th, 1917. "Sometime we'll understand."—Inserted by his sister and brother-in-law, Annie and Athur Dayman, and family, Salisbury.

SMITHAM.—In loving memory of our dear bro- ther, Private Charles Gordon, killed at Messines,

June 10, 1917.

We who loved you sadly miss you  

As it dawns another year,

And in lonely hours of thinking

Thoughts of you are ever near.

—Inserted by his loving sisters, Ada and Alice.

SAYNER.-A tribute of love to the memory of Private George T. Sayner, 43rd Battalion, killed

in action, 10th June, 1917.

Two years ago, dear George,

They laid you gently to rest

In a soldier's grave at Messines,

One of the bravest and best.  

—Ever remembered by Edgar and Mary.

SAYNER.-In loving remembrance of dear George, killed in action at Messines Ridge, on June  

10, 1917.

He was standlng on a troopship

As he waved his last farewell, He did his share of fighting

And like a noble hero fell.

No more his welcome footsteps

Will tread our dwelling floor,

No more will we watch his coming,

As we did in days of yore.

"Sadly missed."—Inserted by his sincere friend, Agnes, Wilmington.

SAYNER.-In loving memory of my dear brother, George T. Sayner, 43rd Battalion, killed at Messines Ridge, 10th June, 1917.

I mourn for you, dear George,

No eyes may see me weep,

But many a tear I shed for you

When all are fast asleep.

It does not matter how I weep,

No matter how I call,

There is nothing left to answer

But your photo on the wall.

—Inserted by his loving sister, Pearl.

SAYNER.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Private George T. Sayner, 43rd Battalion, killedl at Messines Ridge, 1oth June, 1917.

He left his home, his native land, To help Australia's gallant band,

His heart was brave, he knew no fear, And freedom's cause to him was dear.

—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, Leslie and Lilly.

SAYNER.-In loving memory of my dear son, George T. Sayner, 43rd Battalion, killed at Mes-   sines Ridge, 10th June, 1917.

Could I, his mother, have clasped his hand, The son I loved so well,  

Or kissed his brow when death was near,

And whispered —My son, farewell.

I seem to see his dear, sweet face

Through a mist of falling tears,

But a mother's part is a broken heart

And a burden of lonely years. —Inserted by his loving mother.

SAYNER.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Private George T. Sayner, 43rd Battalion, killed at Messines Ridge, 1oth June, 1917.

In a soldier's grave he lies sleeping,

One of earth's bravest and best,

In my heart I shall miss him for ever,

Though I know he is only at rest. —Inserted by his loving brother, Wal.

SAYNER.-In loving memory of my dear brother, Private George T. Sayner, 43rd Battalion, killed at Messines Ridge, June 10, 1917. He went with the hope of returning  

Along with his comrades so brave, But with many a hero he's sleeping

In a soldier's honored grave.

—Inserted by his loving brother, Clair.

SAYNER.-In loving memory of Private George  

Sayner, killed in action on June 10, 1917.

Two years have gone, and so the less to wait To meet him smiling at the golden gate. —Inserted by his true friend, Daisy.  

SUMMERS.-In loving memory of Private R. C. Summers (Bob), died of wounds somewhere in France, June 10, 1917.

The absent is always the dearest

To a loving mother's« heart,

And the depth of her affection Is not known until we part.  

—Inserted by his loving mother, E. Summers,

Broken Hill.

SUMMERS.-In loving memory of Private R. C. Summers, died of wounds in France, June 10,

1917.

While you lie in peaceful sleep

Your memory I will always keep.

—Inserted by his loving aunt, Rose Hare.  

SUMMERS.-In loving memory of our dear son, Private Robert C. Summers, died of wounds in France, June 10, 1917.

No one knows the silent heartache,

Only those can tell

Who have lost the best and dearest, Without a last farewell.

—Inserted by his loving father, mother, brothers, and sisters, Broken Hill.  

VEITCH.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Private Will Veitch, killed in action France, June, 10th, 1916.

While you lie in peaceful sleep,

Your memory we will always keep.

—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-Iaw, R. J. H. end C. I. Veitch, Hawthorn.

VEITCH.-In loving memory of my dearly loved son, Private Will Veitch, 10th Battalion, killed in action in France, June 10, 1916.

He died the noblest death a man can die, Fighting for right, for freedom and liberty. —Inserted by his loving mother, C. Veitch.

VEITCH.-In ioving memory oí Private W. Veitch, killed in action, June 10, 1916. "Nobly   he died."—Inserted by his loving friend, Grace.

VEITCH.-In loving remembrance of my- dearly loved brother, Private Will Veitch, who gave his life for his country, June 10, 1916.—Inserted by his loving brother, Gordon, 13th Field Ambu- lance (abroad).

WALKER, Eric Cecil (Johnnie).—No. 2432, late lance-sergeant B Company, 27th Battalion, A.I.F., killed in action on the 10th June, 1918 at Morlancourt, France, in his 23rd year. Only son of William and Ethel M. Walker, No. 4, Rudolph-terrace, Glenelg, and eldest grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Potter, of Gawler.

IN MEMORIAM.  

AMOS.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Sarah Amos, who passed away at Jervois-avenue, Magill, June 10, 1916.  

If we had a dearest wish fulfilled,

And all earth's pleasure, too;    

Or choose from heaven, what ere.we cou'-, Dearest mother, we would ask for you. —Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.

BROUGH.-In loving memory of our dear one,

who died East-street, Brompton, June 10, 1914. "Peace, perfect peace."—Inserted by her loving husband and children.    

GATZENMEYER.-In loving memory of our dear little grandson and nephew, Franz, who   passed away twelve months ago to-day.

But Jesus said: Suffer little children, and for- bid them not, to come unto Me, for of such is the kingdom of heaven.

—Inserted by his loving grandmother, A. Hoeksma, and auntie. G. L. van Ligten, Amster- dam, Holland.  

HOUSTON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 10, 1916.

The best of mothers she has been,

Many troubles she has seen;

For all of us she did her best,

God grant to her eternal rest.

—Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,   Nell and George McPherson, Prospect.

HOUSTON.-In loving memory of our mother, departed this life, June 10, at Torrensville.

No one knows how much we miss you,

Friends may think the wound is healed; But they little know the sorrow,

Deep within our hearts concealed.

—Inserted by her loving sons and daughters, Glenelg.

HOUSTON.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who fell asleep June 10th, 1916.

A loving mother, true and kind. So sadly missed.

Asleep until the morning.

—Inserted by her daughter and son-in-law, A. and J. Draper. Welland.

HOUSTON.-In loving memory of my dear friend, Mrs. J. Houston, who died at Torrens- ville, June 10, 1016. And with the morn that angel face will smile which I have loved long since. Not lost, but only come before.—Inserted by her loving friend, Harriet. So sadly missed.

HARTLAND.—In loving memory of our dear brother, William ('Bill), who died June 10, 1917.

Two years have passed dear brother,

Your face we cannot see.

But let this little token tell,

We still remember thee.

Inserted by his loving brother, Pat, and sis- ter-in-law. Mary

HARTLAND.-In loving memory of our dear Will, who died June 10, 1917.

We will think of you, dear Will,

Though see live to see old age.

But will ne'er forget the lonely day

You were laid within the grave.

Sadly missed.

—Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, Dolly and Bob Hartland.

HARTLAND.-In lovinp memory of our dear -turana and father. who passed a*_v Juno 10,

1317.

We -who loved yea sadly miss yon

As ft downs another year.

An«' in lonely hours of th'.nkirer

Tnocchts of wn are ever near.

-Inserted Tax his frying' wife and Iritfc children,

Jmrnim.

IN MEMORIAM.

HARTLAND.-In loving mei-y-tv of erar dear brother. Will, who died June 10. 1:»1T.

I -a^_s not then- at the ho.ir oi death.

To hear hie Lift faint .«-.i-h.

Or whi=pcr jost .1 Iovinc ;vorrt.

Or even !»iy "sood-bye."

It do«« not matter how 1 weep,

N'r> Tiratt--r her I rall.

Althoush I Invc your phot«. Will.

To hang up on the wall.

-Ir.n-rtdl )>v hu loving ¡.¡mer and brnlbcr-in-law,

Elsie. Will Rjfkctt«. ¡

In lovinc -JI_SI«OTV vf rov dear ndSicr. died June 10, lOlß. Thoush dtat'n divide?, fond memory oliiir-i.-Ii_wi-tril by lu:r lovir-s rfacsir.er Gi-ie<«. stin-in-law. E-ihvin, .Iran, ."inri C_!in.

KELLY.-In ¡ovins memory oi'Jiwik Kelly, wiio died June .«., Iff!...-In_ert«l bv H. J. i-ioman

.and _ra!..

LINDSAY.-In levin? memoty of our dear hus- band and father. Thomas Lowe, who passed away June 10, 193".

'?In God'« care."

-Inserted b.v his lovin:: wife and daughters.

LYNCH.-In lui ¡Eg memory of dear Addie, *vho died at Lock-terrace. Gougw-stTcet, June 10, ISO... la tlie- old home, dear Addie, you are iondly

remembered,

I Sweet memories cling round your name: _

Trae bents that held you In nonest affection.

Alwaya shall love you in death just the _amc. Sometimes -we Clink we ivm. hard done by,

But God alone knows best.

For in our turn we all shall have

That same -weet rest.

-Inserted by her loving father, brothers, and «Uten, brothir-La-law-. and __sters-in-"_iw.

PAYNE.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who did April 10, 1914, Baester; also brother, Fred, who died June 11, 1914.

The flowers we planted upon your graves

May whither and decay:

But our love for you, dear ones.

Will never fade away.

—Inserted by loving son and daughter-in-law, Alf and Ada Payne, Charra.

PATTERSON.-In loving memory of Percy, who died June 10, 1916.—Inserted by his aunties, Mable  

and Emma.

PATTERSON.-In loving memory of my dear son.   William Percy, who passed away June 10, 1916, aged 17 years 8 months.—Loved and not forgotten by his mother.

PARKER.-In loving memory of our dear hus- band and father, who died June 10, 1909.

Though death divides, fond memory clings.

—Inserted by his loving wife and son, S. A. and W. C. Parker.

PARKER.-In loving memory of our dear father, who died June 10, 1909.

Ten years have passed and still we miss you.

—Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law, E. and J. Parker.

SWEETMAN.-In loving memory of our little friend and schoolmate, Reta May Sweetman, who died June 8, 191S. aged 10½ years. "Though lost to sight to memory ever dear."

Once again we hope to meet thee, Beta dear, When the day of life is fled;

And in heaven with joy to greet thee.

Where no sad farewell tears are shed.

—Innserted by her loving teacher, M. Bambrick, and schoolmates, Hindmarsh Valley School.

TWANBROOK-HALL.-In loving memory of Su-   san (Nancy), dearly-beloved wife of Charles A. Twanbrook-Hall, died at Walkerville-terrace, Gil- berton, 10th June, 1915.

TIGGEMANN (Adolph John).-In loving me- mory of our dear father, who departed this life June 10, 1918. "Blessed are the pure of heart." —Inserted by his loving family.

WHITE.-In loving memory of our dear little Frank, who was called home June 10, 1918, aged 4 years and 7 months.

I see him, hear him, everywhere.

In all things, darkness, light,

Silence, and sound, but most of all

When slumber's dusky curtains fall  

In the silent hour of night.

—Inserted by his loving father, mother, and grandmother, of Beverley, S.A.    

RETURN THANKS.

MRS. CLIFFORD H. DIX, of Chapel-street,

Norwood, sincerely THANKS all kind rela- tives and friends, especially the Attendants at Isolation Hospital, Rev. Father O'Connell, Mrs. C. Fowler, for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy, also Dr. F. Borthwick, for his unremitting at- tention in her recent sad bereavement. MRS. M. HOARE and FAMILY, of Grote-street,

Adelaide, sincerely THANK all kind Friends and Relatives for letters, personal expressions of     sympathy, and floral tributes in their recent and bereavement. MR. and MRS. J. J. MULVILHILL, of Knights-

bridge (late Northfield), desire to sincerely THANK all Relatives and Friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters, and telegrams in their recent sad bereavement. MR. S. H. WATTS wishes to THANK all kind Friends for letters, cards, floral tributes,   and the many expressions of sympathy in his late sad and sudden bereavement. MRS. J. COX and FAMILY, No. 130, Parkside,

desire to sincerely thank all relations and friends for telegrams, letters, cards, and, expres- sions of sympathy, and floral tributes, in their sad bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. J. BURROWES and FAMILY,

of No. 4, Kent-terrace, sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for the kindness shown to their Daughter (Mrs. C. Dix) in her recent sad bereavement.   THE WIDOW, MOTHER, BROTHER, and  

SISTERS of the late WALTER T. CROUCH     sincerely thank all kind friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes, and espe- cially Mrs. W. McDougall, railway porters, and residents of Belair for acts of kindness in their sad and sudden bereavement.

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