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SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, Deaths, In Memoriam Notices, and Bereavement Cards, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each, in The Register, The Observer, and The Evening Journal for the Single Charge of Half a Crown; extra lines, 6d. each. Minimum charge 2/6. The name and address of the sender must in all cases be given.     Death Advertisements in which a Funeral An-   nouncement is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, viz., a minimum charge of 2/6 in each case.   In Memoriam and Death Announcement con- taining reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements. BIRTHS. FAEHSE [nee May Whitford].—On the 28th May, at Tumby Bay Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Faehse, of Wal- dunga Station, Cummins— a son (Ronald Mark).     KELLY [nee Gwendoline Hocking].—On the 16th June, at Narma, South terrace to Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Kelly—a daughter (Elinor Murielle).   MARRIAGES. COX—COX.—On the 7th June, at Ashton Memo-       rial, Stirling East, by the Rev. S. Clark Mugford, Carlyle, only son late Joseph and Mrs. C. Cox, to Gertrude, fifth daughter H. J. Cox, Hobart. CUDMORE—WIGG.—On the 27th April, at St. Peter's College Chapel Adelaide, by the Rev. K. Julian Bickersteth, M.C., Collier Robert Cud- more, fourth son of the late Daniel Henry Cud- more of Adare, Victor Harbour, to Phyllis, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Alfred Wigg, of Norwood.         DEATHS. BALDOCK.—On the 3rd June, at Le Hunte   street, Wayville, Margaret Naomi, aged 79 years. A devoted mother. At rest. A colonist of 79 years. BOWMAN.—On the 9th June, at his residence,       Thomas, the beloved husband of Catherine   Bowman, of Maitland, Y.P., in his 94th year     BUNGEY.—On the 12th June, at his residence,

Park terrace, Gilberton, Walter William, dearly   beloved eldest son of William and the late Mary Bungey, of Chapple street, Kensington, late   of Glen Osmond, aged 50 years.     HODGE. —On the 6th June, at Cadell, Angas   Clare, the dearly loved infant son of Leonard and Valeska Clare Hodge, aged 4½ months.   HODGE. —On the 10th June, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. E. S. Barnett), Gowan Lea, St. George's square, Alberton, Elizabeth Hodge, relict of the late John Hodge, in her 81st year. A colonist for 67 years. HOBBS. —On the 12th June, at the residence of her daughter, 21a Phillips street, Southwark, Martha, the dearly beloved wife of the late Samuel Hobbs, aged 95 years. A colonist of 85 years. Rest in Jesus.         HYDE. —On the 13th June, at his residence, No.   66 Marlborough street, Malvern, Francis Edward, beloved husband of Mary Matilda Hyde, in his 76th year.       MALYCHA.—On the 11th June, at his residence,   23 Eleventh street, Bowden, Christian Paul, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Malycha, aged 67 years. R.I.P.       MALONE.—On the 12th June, at private hos-   pital, North Adelaide, Tom, beloved husband of Bridget Malone, leaving 1 son and 5 daughters to mourn their sad loss. R.I.P.       McLEOD.—On the 5th June, at Port Lincoln,   Roderick Donald, of Poonindie, beloved husband   of Ann Jane McLeod, aged 73 years.   IN MEMORIAM.   BUTLER.—In loving memory of our dear       mother, who passed away on the 10th June, 1910; also of our dear father, who passed away on the 8th April, 1916.   Though time brings much that alters, And time brings much that is new;         But there is one thing that never alters, And that is our thoughts of you. —Inserted by their loving family.