SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths not exceeding five lines are inserted onre each in The Register, The Observer, The Evening Journal, and Special Summary pre pared for transmission to .England, for the single charge ot Half a Crown; extra lines 6d. extra. The name and address of the Bender must in all cases be given. In Jlemotkni and Death Announcements containing reference to more than one deceased art charged 2/C each for each deceased men tioned, as if they were dMtinct and separate ennouncements. Death advertisements, in which a Funeral Announcement is made, are charged for as if . the Death and Funeral were separate announce ments, viz., a minimum charge of. 2/6 in each case. BIRTHS. ARCHER.— On the 2nd December, at 15 Fisher terrace, Mile-End, the wile of E. W. Archer, of a daughter. LAVERY (nee Hughes).-On the- 30th Novem ber, at Ralston street, Largs, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Harley Iavery— a daughter (Hilda Gcorgina). WARD.-On the 27lb November, at Karma, South terrace, the wife of H. Lance Ward— a eon. MARRIAGES. MAUNDRELL-KNIGHT.-On the I8th of No vember, 1816, at St. Augustine's Church, Urfley, by the Rev. J. S. Jfoyesi, !Pie. Prank Maundrell, A.AJM.C., A.I.F., second son of Charles Maun drell, Esq., Somerset, England, to Garda Isabelle, third daughter of B. J. Knight, Esq., Wayville, Adelaide. At home, Glendovrer, 18 Trevelyan street, WayviHe, December 6th. DEATHS. APPLEBEE.— On the 8rd December, at Gibeon street, Bowdcn, William John, beloved husband of Susan Applebee, leaving a widow, 4 sora and 2 daughters to mourn their sad loss, aged 67 years. At rest. GOODWTN.-On the 3rd December, Ethel Mary, ttie beloved daughter of John and Mary Goodwin, of Park terrace, Gilberton, aged 43 years. HENDERSON.— On the 3rd December, at Alex onda Hospital, North terrace, Kent Town, Archi bald, late of VernoQ street, Norwood, in his 90th year, leaving 3 eons, 2 daughtare, and . many ffUTidchildren to mourn their loss. A colonist of 60 years. ?WILLIAMS.— On the) 2nd December (after a Aart illncs), Jobnny, dearly-beloved husband of Sarah Williams, ot GiUes Plains, in his 59th year. YULE.-0n the 3rd December, James, the be loved husband of Emily Jane Yole, of Farrant street. Prospect, aged 60 years. FOR KING AND COUNTRY. FORWOOD.-On -the 20th November, killed in action in France, Lieut M. E. Forwood, beloved nephew of Miss Forwood, Company street, Sema— phore. IN MEMORIAM. CRAPP.— In loving memory of our dear son and brother, William F., who passed away at Einficld on the gh December, 1915.— Inserted by his loving parents Tmd brothers. BEREAVEMENT CARDS. TUB. and MIS. R. A. G3BBON3 and FAMILY, iTX of Balhannaii. wish to tender their sincere THANKS to all Mud Friends and Relatives for cards, letters, and expressions of sympathy in. the oss of their dear Son and Brother, Set. A. R. Gibbons, who died of wounds in France on the 14th October, 1918.