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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Announcements under this heading must be authenticated by the name and Ed dress of the sender, and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines: over five lines. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral Announcement is -nade. are charged for as If the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely:— The minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memorlam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned as if they were dis tinct and seuaiatp announcements BIRTHS. MEANEV.— On the 17th June, at the Great Northern War Memorial Hospital, Hawker, to the wife of P. J. Meaney— a bonny daughter (Kathleen Theresa). Grateful thanks to Dr. Mabin, Matron Spragg, and nursing staff. SMITH (nee T. Clogg).— On the 11th July, at Mrs. Boahm's Nursing Home, to Mv. and Mrs. Charles L. Smith, Laura— a daughter (Marjorie Dawn). Both well. COLLINS.— On the 17th July, at 283, Brighton-road, Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Collins, of Naturi — a daughter (Joy Winifred). Both well. CATFORD (nee Beatrice Temby). — On the 1st July, at the Lameroo Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Catford, of Parrakie— a daughter (Betty Marie). JOYCE (nee Vida Wade).— On the 25th June, at the Maternity Hospital, Peter borough, to the wife of L. T. H. Joyce, of Spalding — a daughter (June Lillian). HARVEY (nee Keys).— On the 13th July to Mr. and Mrs. G. P. S. (Jack) Harvey— a daughter, (Veronica Dawn). Both well, ASHER (nee Elsie Ridgley).— On the 9th July, at Memorial Hospital, Hawker, to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Asher, of Hawker — a son. Both well. BOLLENHAGEN (nee Doris Hector).— On the 14th July, at 'Warringa' private hos pital, Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Bollen liagen, of Plympton— a daughter (Norma Doris). JOHINKE (nee Elma Paynter). — On 1:'_- 15th July, at Memorial Hospital, North Alf. lalde, to Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Johin.lt?, Stevenson-street, Nailsworth— a daughter. WELLS.— On the 16th July, at 'Warj-a- weena' private hospital, Mile-End, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Wells — a daughter (Norma Amelia). Special thanks to Dr. West. Sis ter Siebert, Shutter, and nursing staff. BULBECK.— On the 17th July, to Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Bulbeck, of Lockleys — a daughter. PARKER (nee Harris).— On the 18th July. at Sister Howard Jones's Private Hospital, Semaphore, to Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Parker, Mead-street, Peterhead — a daughter (Lillian Mary). No visitors for five days. CLARKE (nee Eileen Spencer). — On the 6th July, to Flight-Lieutenant and Mrs. Cecil R. Clarke, of 78, Snakes-lane, Wood ford Green, Essex, England — a daughter. (By cable.) WESLY (Nellie Millikan).— On the 16th July, at Nurse Pahl's Nursing Home, Glan dore, to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wesley, of Kurralta Park— a son. No visitors for six days. PENGELLY.— On the 18th July, at Miss Sinclair-Wood's Private Hospital, Adelaide, to the wife of Farquhar Pengelly, of Apple Grove, Myponga — a daughter. RUWOLDT (nee Lucy Macklin).— On the 18th July, at Park-terrace Hospital, Gil berton, to Mr. and Mrs. Ruwoldt — a daugh ter (Lorraine Shhly). Both well. No visitors for seven days. HALL.— On the 18th July, to Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hall — a son (Malcolm Magrath). No visitors for five days. Special thanks to Dr. L. A. Wilson and Nurse Rose, at Holmiea Nursing Home, Frederick-street, Unley. WATKINS.— On the 11th July, at tlie Mount Pleasant District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Watkins— a daughter (Erina Nancy). DORSETT.— On the 14th July, at 20, Dawson-street, Fullarton Estate, to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dorsett — a sou (Desmond Milton). CURNOW (nee Myra Colwell).— On the 16th July, at River-road, St. James Park, to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Curnow— a son (Bruce Albert). HIETMAN.— On the 12th July, at 50, Chapel-street. Thebarton, to Mr. and Mrs. Hietman — a bonny son (William Albert). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Gilfillan ana Nurse Ryan. ROSS (nee Mabel Tilley).— On the 14th July, at McBride Nursing Home, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ross, Golden Grove— a son (stillborn). Special thanks to Dr. England and staff at McBride Home. ATTWOOD.— On the 1st July, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Attwood, of 51, Porter-street, Parkside— a son (James William). HILL.— On the 10th July, at Petone, Goodwood-road, to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hill, 22, Devon-street, Goodwood— a daughter. McKENNA.— On the 8th July, to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald McKenna— a daughter (Laurel Isabella Leslie). Special thanks to Nurse Sayers and Dr. Phoebe Chappie. BOWDEN.— On the 11th July, at Memorial Hospital. Riverton, to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bowden, 'Gibralta,' Rhynie, a daughter. Both well. BRANSON.— On the 10th July, at Bro ken Hill, to the wife of Harrold R. Bran eon, M.B., B.S. — a son. MILLER (nee Keetley).— On the 7th Julv, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Miller, of Mel bourne—a son (John Keetley). Both well.

BIRTHS. McMASTER.— On the. 14th July, to Mr. ojid Mrs. G. A. McMufcter— a son (Kevin); premature. , ' POLKINGHORNE.— On the 16th July, at No. 11, Blrkdale-avenue, Clarence Park, to the wife of W. A. Polkinghorne— a son. Both well. Special thanks to Nurse. Holmes, Dr. Clayton, Messrs. Paterson and Newman. No visitors for seven days. - PITZO (nee Johnson).— On the Uth July, at Memorial Hospital, N.A., to Winifred, wife of Thomas Pitzo. Riverton— a daughter (Helen Frances). Thanking Dr. Matters and Sisters. DECKERT (nee Aileen Taylor).— On the 15th July, at Memorial Hospital, North Ade laide, to Mr: and Mrs. Claude Deckert, of Glenelg— a son. WAPLES (nee Rice).— On the 4th July, to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Waples— a daughter (Elizabeth Florence), Betty. Sister Pahl, Dr. Clayton. P4RTRIDGE.— On the lltli July, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Partridge— a bonny daughter (Nancy Doreen). Grateful thanks -. to Sister Moon and Dr. Hobbs, of Prospect. HEARD.— On the 25th June, at Renmark Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. R. Heard— a daughter (Mary Patricia). PIPER (nee Shaw).— On the 18th July, at 'Conclare,' Preston-avenue, Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Piper— a daughter (Bar- bara Constance). No visitors for seven days. BAMPTON (Nita Altman).— On the 7th July, at Largs, to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bampton, Richman-avenue, Prospect — a son. Special thanks to Dr. Russell and Nurse Church. FRANKLIN.— On the 13th July, at Holmeshurst, Park-street, Unley, to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Franklin, Ormonde-avenue, Miilswood Estate — a daughter. YOUNG (nee Eileen McGuire).— On the 9th July, at 89. Robsart-street, Parkside, to the wife of R. E. Young— a daughter. Both well. PICKERING (nee Lena Weise).— On the 17th July, at Petone, to the wife of C. V. Pickering, 292, Goodwood-road, Clarence Park— a daughter (Shirley Melvina). SANSOME (nee Ethel Wilksch)— On the 9th July, at Nurse Green's Nursing Home, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Sansome, of Willaston — a bonnie son (Donald George). Special thanks to Dr. Gillen and Nurse Green. CLIFTON.— On the 11th February, at the Crystal Brook Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Clifton — a daughter (Elaine Joyce). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Kendrew and staff of Crystal Brook Hospital. RICHARDS-LEE. — On the 11th July, at St. George's Private Hospital, Kew (Victoria), to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Richards, of 42, Mary street, Kew (Victoria)— a daughter. WATSON.— On the 20th July, at Lambert road, St. Peters, to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Watson, of Port Lincoln — a son (Donald Robert). GOLDSWORTHY.— On the 17th July, at the Lameroo Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs, O. E. Goldsworthy — a son (Eric Roger). CHARTRES (nee Botting).— On the 21st July, to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Chartres, of Buraslde— a son. WIHTTLESEA.— On the 19th July, at the Lameroo District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. TI. Whittlesea, of JabUK— a daughter. Both well. HALLORAN (nee Tessie Smith).— On the 7th June, at Penong Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Halloran, of Fowler's Bay — a son. Special thanks to Sister Bazley and Dr. Chambers. LeRAY— MEYER.— On the 19th July, to Wiilisa Ellen (nee Brown), wife of Nicholas LeRay-Meyer— a daughter (Bar bara Jane). Sydney, Melbourne, Perth papers please copy. TONKIN.— On the 20th July, at 'Tor- quay,' Esmond-street, Unley, to the wife of Oliver Tonkin, Glen Osmond — a son. No visitors for six days. McELLERY.— On the 17th July, at Rose Park Private , Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. McEllery — a daughter (Joan). SANDERY (nee Nellie Elborough).— On the 17th July, at Memorial Hospital, North Adelaide, to Mr. end Mrs. H. P. Sandery, of Main North-road Prospect — a daughter (Lowaine). MILLER.— On the 19th July, at Nurse Pride's Nursing Home. Normanville, to the Rev. H. A. and Mrs. Miller, of Yankalilla —a son. Both well. THEAKSTONE (nee Dorris Wilkinson).— On the 22nd July, at Balaklava Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Theak stone, of Balaklava— a daughter (Kathleen Rosina). Both well. FLAHERTY (nee Vera Anglc-y).— On the 18th July, at Wolseley private hospital, West Croydon, to Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Flaherty, of Galway Estate — a son (Michael Vincent). AIcGOWAN.— On the 16th July, at Corunna-avenue, Colonel Light Gardens, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McGowan — a son (Gordon John). Special thanks to Nurse Holmes and Dr. Dawson. TEAKLE (nee E. Hill).— On the 20th July, at Memorial Hospital. North Ade laiae. to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Teakle, of Woodville — a daughter. HUELIN.— On the 21st July, at the Me morial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Huelin, of Hintou-street, West Underdale — a son. QUIRKE (nee Vogt).— On the 21st July at Clare Hospital, to the wife of Perce H. Quirke, of Stanley Flat — a son. MCIRHEAD (nee Mavis Collins).— On the 19th July, at 'Rowan,' Magill-road, May lands, to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Muirhead, Finchley Park, Magill— a son. BRAUVACK.— On the 17th July, at Nuise Sauer's Nursing Home, Nuriootpa, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Braunack, Sep peitsfield — a bonny little girl. Special thanks to Dr. Hoopmann and Nurse Sauer. JONES,— On the 19th July, to wife of R. N. Jones, Clare — a daughter. ALTMANN (Hilda Kramm).— On the 21st July, at Ambleside, to Mr. and Mrs Alfred Altmann, Balhannah— a bonny son. No visitors for six days. Grateful thanks to Sister Williams and Dr. Auricht. STEWARD.— On the 23rd July, at their residence, Port-road, Allenby Gardens, to the wife of B. W. Steward— a bonny daugh ter (Maureen Elizabeth). Special thanks to Nurse Hannaford and Dr. Bonnin. No visitors seven days. - ADCOCK.— On the 23rd July, at 'Coogee,' Robert-street, Croydon Park, to Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Adcock — a son. TSCKARKE.— On the 19th July, at the Eudunda Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. G. T.icharke — a son. Both well. KELLY (nee Nella. Hicks). —On the 22nd July, at Maitland, the wife of Wilson Kelly — a daughter (Shirley Juanita). . SCHULZ (nee Lucy May).— On the 20th July, at 'Quambi,' to the wife of V. A. Schulz, Alma-street, Fullarton — a daughter. COLLISON.— On the 21st July, at Memo rial Hospital, North Adelaide, to the wife of F. L. Collison— -a son. HUNT.— On the 15th July, at Thyne Memorial Hospital, Millicent, to the wife of J. D. Hunt, 'Heathermere,' Kalangadoo —a daughter. ASHMEADE (nee Storey).— On the 15th July, to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold R. Ashmeade, of 159, Fisher-street, Malvern— a son (Rod ney Beck). DUNN (nee E. Gartrell) ? On the 23rd July, at 'Rowan,' Magill-road, Maylands, to Mr. and Mrs. U. Dunn, of Victor-street, Maylands— a daughter,

BIRTHS. WRIGHT (nee Hughes).— On tlie 23rd July, at Chatham. Nursing Home, Keswlcl:, to Mr. and Mrs, A, L. Wright — a son. HONEYCHURCH (nee M. Giles).— On the 22nd July, at Memorial Hospital, to the wife- of Tom Honeychureh, of Brady Creek —a son (Robert Samuel — Bobbie). Both well.. No visitors until 29th. CHENEY (nee Trestrail).— On. the 23rd July, at 'Rumont' Private Hospital, Unley road, to Dorothy, wife of Donald Cheney, Klngswood— a son. Grateful thanks to Dr. R. K. Duguid and Sisters Wilbe and Keating. No visitors for seven days. NEWMAN (nee Doris Mussared).— On the 23rd July, at Hutt-street Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Newman, of Kings ley-avenue. Glenunga Central— a son. Both well. CHENNELL.— On the 17th July, at 12, Surrey-street, Goodwood, to the Rev. and Mrs. P. H. Chennell — a daughter (Lorna Muriel). MARRIAGES. STURM— WILLIAMS.— On the 30th March, at Maughan Church, by Rev. W. H. Cann, Albert F., only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sturm; of Campbelltown, to Veada, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wil liams, Second-avenue, St. Peters. BOWLES— ANGEL — On the 15th June, at Maughan Church, Franklin -street, by tne Rev. W. H. Canri, Marjorie, youngest daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. E. Bowles, Bridge water, to Percy J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Angel, Coonalpyn. TEESDALE-SMITH— MASON.— On the 4th May, at Presbyterian. Church, Mosman, Sydney, by Rev. H. McDonald, George Bar croft Teesdale-Smlth, to Veronica Strick land Mason. PULLEINE— BUCKLEY.— On the 22nd June, at Lutheran Church, Tweedvale, by the Rev. T. Lutze, Cecilia, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Pulleine, to Frederick Charles, soil of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buckley, of Charleston. MARTIN— GILLARD.— On the 11th May, at Glenelg, by the Rev. E. T. Pryor, Arthur Gordon, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mar tin, Augusta-street, Helmsdale, to Effle May, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gillard, Waterloo-street, Glenelg. Pre sent address— 44, William-street, Holly wood, Perth, W.A. ARMOUR — SMALLACOMBE.— On the 6tb July, at St. Barnabas, Port Pirie, by the Rev. H Davidson, Dorothea Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Sinallacombe, Crystal Brook, to William David, only son of Mr and Mrs. H. Armour, Port Pirie. 203-4 WANG— HAYES.— On the 1st April, at St. Saviour's Church, Hindmarsh, by ? the Very Rev. Father Drohan, M.S.C., Thomas Patrick, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Wang, Fremantle, Western Aus tralia, to Margaret, second daughter of James and the late Anne Hayes. Bromp ton. REVELL— HAYES.— On the 1st April, at St. Saviour's Church, Hindmarsh, by the Very Rev. Father Drohan, M.S.C., Theo dore Edward, youngest son . of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Revell. Port Pirie, to Ann Marie, youngest daughter of James and the late Anne Hayes, Brompton. SPENCER— AITKEN.— Oil the 20th July, at the Presbytery, North Adelaide, by the Rev. Father Gatzmes'er, Catherine Emily, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Aitken, Millicent, to Ray Cuthtaert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Spencer, Malvern. SILVER WEDDINGS ROWE— MILLSTEED— On the 20th July, 1904, at Norwood Wesley Church, by Rev. J. W. Langsford, Charles H., youngest son of the late John and Elizabeth Rowe, to Janie T., eldest daughter of Mr. H. T. and late Mrs. Millsteed. Present address, 7, Aunesley-avenue, North Norwood. SMITH— WEIR.— On the 20th July, 1904, at Ibrox, Glasgow, Scotland, by the Rev. William B. Jack, assisted by Rev. J. A. C. McKellar, B.D. Robert Carswell Smith to Helen Weir. ' Present address— Mellington- street Dulwicli. STANDEN— WILLIAMS.— On the 20th July, 1904, by Canon Hopcraft, Benjamin, youngest son of John Stauden, Wadhurst, Sussex, to Bessie, eldest surviving daughter of late Thos. Williams, Kapunda. Present address — Garfleld-avenue, Grassmere. NOYE — MARCOS.— On the 23rd July 1904, at St. John's Church, Adelaide, Marion, third daughter of late George Mar cos, to Thomas Virgil, eldest son of the late Thomas Noye, of Glenelg-street. Present address, 7, Hughes-street, Unley. APPROACHING MARRIAGE3 WELLS— ANDERSON.— The marriage of Muriel I., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wells, of Maxwell-aver: i -e, Edwards town, to John V., fourth son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. F. Anderson, of St. Kilda, Melbourne, at Chalmers Oiv.i.-eh, Northter race, on the 20th July, at 1 p.m. SIEBERT— KINGHAM.— The marriage of Clara E. (Girlie), younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Siebert, Gordon-road, Pros pect, to H. Keith, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kingham, Hudson-street, Prospect, will be celebrated at St. Paul's Church, Pulteney street, on Saturday, 27th, at 7 p.m. Friends and relatives invited to ceremony. LILL— JOHNS.— The marriage of Gladys Eleanor, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lill, of Port Lincoln (formerly Grange), to Ronald James Graham, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Johns, Henley Beach, will be celebrated at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Henley Beach, at 7.15 p.m. on the 24th July. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No reception. MURPHY— FLYNN.— The marriage of Rita M., daughter of Mrs. F. and the late. Mr. B. Murphy, of Hindmarsh, to Thomas C, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Flynn, of Payneham, will be solemnised at' St. Saviour's Church, Port-road, Hiudmarsh, at 9 a.m., Saturday, July 27. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No reception. TAYLOR— FISHER.— The marriage of Charles G., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Fisher, Gunningbland, New South Wales, to Doro thy May, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Taylor, will be celebrated at Spicer Memorial Church, Fourth-avenue, St. Peters, on July 24, at 7.30 p.m. TAYLOR— B/V.ILI3Y.— The mnrrlage of Lilian, youngest daughter of Mrs. E. C. Taylor, Bay-road, Morphettville Park, to Alfred, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J Bailey, King William-road, North Unley, will be celebrated at St. Paul's Church, Pulteney-strcet. on Saturday, 27th July, at 6.15 p.m. Friends and relatives invited to ceremony. No reception. COOK — CORBET. — The marriage of Beat rice (Triss), younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cook, Kadina, to Boyd, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. Miller Corbet, Caulfield, Victoria, will be cele brated at the Baptist Church, First-avenue, St. Peters, at 6.45 p.m. on the 30th July. Relatives and friends invited to ceremony. ALLEN— SMITH.— The marriage of Mervil M., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen, Riverdene, Murray Bridge (late of Riverton), to Herbert W. Smith, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Woorak West (Victoria), will be celebrated in the Methodist Church, Murray Bridge, on the 27th July, at 2 p.m. KERBER— SCHUBERT.— The marriage of Bertha H., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kerber, Mount Torrens, to Julius M. (Joe), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Schubert, Mount Torrens, will be celebrated at the Spring Head Lutheran Church on Thursday, 25th July, at 12.30 ? p.m.

APPROACHING MARRIAGES. HEADING— 4SREEN.— The marriage of Mavis E., youngest daughter of Mrs. E. and the late C. Heading, Whltmore-square, City, to Jack, eldest son of Mrs. B. A. and the late H. F. Green, Hutchinson-st., Torrenville, will be celebrated at Draper Memorial Church, Gilbert-street. City, on Saturday, 3rd August, at 7 p.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. KNIGHT— BURfcACOTT.— The marriage of Kathleen T. E., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Knight, of Currency Creek, to Athol, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Buizacott, of Finniss, will be celebrated at the Methodist Chtirch, Strathalbyn, on Saturday, 3rd August, at 7 p.m. All friends and relatives cordially invited to ceremony. No reception. GILL— NOURSE. — The marriage ol Flo rence Miriam, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Gill, of Oodlawirra, to Albert Richard, eldest son of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. h. Nourse, of Peterborough, will be celebrated in the Methodist Church, Peterborough, on the 1st August, at 10.30 a.m. Relatives and friends cordially in vited to ceremony. No reception. LAURIE— HOLT. — The marriage of Mar gurite Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Laurie. Castle-street, Parkside, to Mr. Frederick Holt, of 16, Alma-road, Ful larton Estate, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Holt, of Buckinghamshire, England, will be celebrated at St. Augus tine's Church, ' Unley-road, on Thursday, 25th July, at 7 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS. RAMSEY — DONNELLAN.— The engage ment is announced of Olive, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ramsey, of Bute, South Australia, to John, second son of the iate Mr. M. and Mrs. Donnellan (late of Oodnadatta). RAMSEY— DONNELLAN.— The engage ment is announced of Olive, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ramsey, of Bute. South Australia, to John, second son of the late Mr. M. and Mrs. Donnellan (late of Oodnadatta). ZEUNEUT— WEINERT.— The engagement Is announced of Olga A., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Zeunert, of Monarto, to Arthur E. N., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O. Weinert, of Mount Torrens. MILLS — AULD. — The engagement is an nounced of Mabel Jean, younger daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. F. Mills, Cre morne-street, Unley, to Ronald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Auld, Mount Gam bier. PENNING— BAIN.— The engagement is announced of Emily, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.' J. Penning, of Crystal Brook, and Fred, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bain, of Williamstown. VOGT— CLUTTERHAM.— The engagement is announced of Florence, youngest daugh ter of Mrs. W. Vogt. of Esmond -street, Unley, to Richard, youngest son of J. Clut terham, of Glenelg. PINKERTON— GIBAUT.— The engagement is announced of Belle, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, Pinkerton, of Naracoorte. to Edward J., eldest son of Mrs. and the late E. Gibaut, of Semaphore. MARSH— CHILDS.— The engagement is announced cf Nellie, youngest daughter of Mrs. C. Marsh, of Hindmarsh, to Frederick, second son of Mr., Mrs. R. C. Childs, of West Thebarton. DAYMAN— SOWTER.— The engagement is announced of Doreen May, eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. C. E. Dayman, of Port-road, Alberton, to Clifton George, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. George Sowter, of Collingrove-avenue, Broadview. TANNER — FITZGERALD.— The engage - ment is announced of Eileen, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Tanner, of Clarke - avenue, Plympton, to Robert, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. M. Fitzgerald, of Anstey crescent, Galway Gardens, Richmond MOORE— COLLINS.— The engagement is announced of Alice M., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moore, Sweetman's-road, Ascot Park, to Robert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Collins, Bray-street, Plympton. GREEN— TURNER.— The engagement is announced of Edna May, eldest daughter of Mrs. B. A. Green, of Hutchinson-street, Torrensville, to Kenneth Adrian, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Turner, of Man chester-street, Richmond. ALEXANDER— PEDDEY. — The engage ment is announced of Evelyn (Eva), only surviving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Alexander, Harris-street, Exeter, ' to Ken neth C, fourth surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Peddey, Sherrifif-street, Under dale. JONES—WADMORE. — The engagement is announced of Isabella Maud, second daughter of Mrs. I. Evans, High-street. Kensington, and the late Mr. David Jones, late of Kadina to William, fourth son of Mr. R. Wadmore, Magill. SNOWDEN— FOOTE. — The engagement is announced of Clara May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Snowden, of Shierlaw street. North Richmond, to Ernest Jack, only son of Mr. A. E. Foote and the late Mrs. Foote, of Main-street, Eastwood. SMITH— RAWLINSON.— The engagement is announced of Hilda Frances, youngest dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Smith, of 217. East-terrace, Adelaide, to Charles, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rawllnson, of Leeds (England). STONEHAM— -MADIGAN.— The engage ment is announced of Bessie Ivy, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Stoneham, of Pprt Wakefield, to Mervyn P., eldest sen of Mr. and Mrs. P. Madigan, of Port. Wakefield. KERNICH— STEINBORNER.— The engage ment is ' announced of Martha, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. R. Ker nich, to Will, second son of Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Stelnborner, both, of Neale's Flat. DEATHS. TEISSEIRE (nee Crowhurst).— On the 18th July, at her brother-in-law's (Mr. A. Calre) residence, 95, Sydenham-road. Nor wood, Ruby Maud, the dearly beloved wife of L. Teisseire and mother of Leonce and Delcie, aged 39 years. Peacefully sleeping.

DEATHS. SCHOLZ.— On the 8th July, Fred., the dearly beloved husband of E. Scholz, Mur ray town, loving father of Norman, Arnold, and Viola, aged 51 years. Deeply mourned. HOGAN.— On the 6th July, at Imperial avenue, North Bondi, Sydney, Catherine, relict of John Hogan, formerly of Port Augusta, aged 78 years. Requlescat in pace. STEGEMANN.— On the 17th July, at Ade laide, Elizabeth Mary, widow of the late Alec Stegemann, late of Port- Lincoln, and eldest daughter of the late W. Head, of Port Germein. Aged 63 years. At rest. GIBBS. — On the 16th July, at a private hospital, Steve, the dearly beloved father of Steve Gibbs (Broken Hill), and Maud (Mrs. Porter), Hlndley-street, Adelaide, aged 70 years. ROCKOW.— On the 17th July, at Ade laide, Edgar Avalt, the dearly beloved hus band of Lily Ann Rockow, of 25, Prince George's Parade, Colonel Light Gardens, aged 38 years. At rest. LUSK.— On the 16th July, at Adelaide, Flora Ann (nurse), relict of William But ler Lusk, and loving mother of Geoffrey Lusk, of West Perth, W.A., aged 55 years. At rest. KNOWIES.— On the 17th July, at her late residence, 11, Light-terrace. Thebar ton, Ruth Mercy, relict of John Knowles (late of Moonta), aged 80 years. GOLLEY.— On the 15th July, at 15, Pier-street, Glenelg, Zachariah Golley, be loved husband of Eva Golley, and father of Dell, Jas.j and Zac. Golley, in his 51st year. HEINRICHS.— On the 17th July, at 48, Gordon-road, Black Forest (suddenly), Maria, wife of the late Adolph Heinrichs. Western Australia, and beloved mother of Adolph, Johanna, William, Western Aus tralia, and Albert, Black Forest, ia her 76ta year. DALY.— On the 16th July at Private Hos pital, Adelaide, Edith Louisa, beloved wife of John William Daly, 4, Westminster-street, St. Peters, and eldest daughter of Joseph Henry and the late Edith Laurence Drewer, of Adelaide, aged 31 years. GILL.— On the 17th July, at his residence, 57, Dover-street, Malvern, Walter Gill (late Conservator of Forests). Funeral leaves the house at 2.30 p.m., July 18, for the Mitcham General Cemetery. STEER.— On the 16th July, Charles Thomas Steer, husband of Rose Steer, father of Mrs. J. Walker, Charles, David, and William, also Mrs. L. A. Gurr, N.S.W., W.A. and Kaskatchewan papers please copy. WEIDENBACH.— On the 20th July, at the Wallaroo Hospital, Gustav Adolph (Alf), beloved husband of Adelaide Wei denbach, of Kadina, aged 74 years. JONES.— On the 19th July, at Elizabeth street, Wallaroo, William Parker, dearly beloved husband of Emma Jones, and father of Leyshon, George, Olwen, My-* fauwy, and little Billy, aged 56 years. A patient sufferer at rest. Broken Hill papers please copy. WOOD.— On the 11th July, at her resi dence, Beltaaa, Elizabeth Wood, widow late Alexander, .eldest daughter of late William Wilson Reid, leaving five sons, three daughters-in-law, two grandsons, one granddaughter to mourn their loss, aged 84 years 10 months. New Zealand papers please copy. BLACKWELL.— On the 20th July, at Eyre avenue, Kingswood, Samuel Lang Blackwell, . beloved husband of Emily Downs Blackwell, in his 83rd year. At rest. FROST.— On the 20th July, at Kensington Park, Phyllis Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Frost, of Oakbank, aged 15 years (result- of accident). JONES. — On the 14th ? July, at Perth, Thomas Henry, formerly city organist of Adelaide, dearly beloved husband of Rosetta Jones, in his 74th year. MILBURN.— On the 20th July, at Adelaide Hospital, Rupert Cecil, the beloved husband of Rose Milburn, and father of Joe, also son of J. w. and the late Emma Milburn, contractor, aged 46 years. DOBBS. — On the 21st July, at Bedford Park, Harold, the beloved son of the late Tom and Charlotte Dobbs, of Lincolnshire (England), aged 28 years. At rest. DAY.— On the 15th July, at North Ade laide, Robert Oliver, beloved husband of Eveline Day (nee May), of Tallala-terrace, Fullartoa (late of Mallala), aged 49 years. TOLLEY.— On the 21st July, Lloyd, dearly beloved husband of Jean. Tolley, 242, Napier-terrace, King's Park. GAMBLEN.— On the 20th July, at his resi dence, Bagot's Gap, near Kapunda, William Henry Gamblen, aged 73 years. TREGONNING.— On the 18th June at Perranporth, Cornwall, England, Joseph, be loved father of Mrs. A. A. Letcher, Grange road, Welland, in his 79th year. QUIRKE.— On the 21st July at Clare Hospital, Billy, Infant son of Julia and Perce Quirke, of Stanley Flat. HARRIS.— On the 18th July, at Koo ringa, Joan Marie, beloved eldest daughter of D. and G. Harris, Booborowle, aged 3 years and 2 months. PARSONS.— On the i8th July, at Ros trevpr Park, William Edward, beloved hus band of Elizabeth, and loving father of «? Will, Annie, Ross, Dave. ARRIOLA.— On the 22nd July, at Ade laide, William Henry, dearly beloved hus band of Lucy May Arrlola, of Taylor-street, Brompton Park, aged 52 years. KESTER.— On the 21st July, at her son-in-law's residence, Mr. F. W. Young, No. 8, ''^Thomas-street, . Nailsworth, Ellen, relict of Richard William Kester, aged 74 (suddenly) r 203-4x208 FLINT.— On the 13th July, at Adelaide, Beatrice Amelia, the dearly . loved wife of C. P. W. Flint, of 272, Angas-street, Ade laide. BOYCE.— On the 22nd July, at his late residence, 71, North-parade, .. Torrensville, Edward Arthur Martin, dearly, beloved hus band of Margaret Boyce, aged 71 years. (Continued on next page.)

DEATHS. (Continued from page 39.) WAPPEU.— On the 14th July, at Magill, Mary Ann, relict of Jacob Wapper, of Rey nella, aged 87 years. WALKER.-On the 14th July, at 27, Sixth-street, Port Eirie, beloved wife of ? Andrew Sydney Walker (suddenly), aged 50. EDWARDS.— On the 20th July, at Wagga, Sophia Eve, relict of Henry Edwards, late Broken Hill, loving mother of CJuss, Harry, Dick, Frank, Cis, and LIN. At rest. GIBBDE.— On the 23rd July, 'William James Glbbie. late of 'Advertiser' staff, beloved husband of Elizabeth May Glbble, 201a, Gilbert-street, city, aged 42 years. Jle quiescat in pace. BARBARY.— On the 13th July, at Bruns wick (W.A.). accidentally drowned, James Herschel (Jim), only son of the late John and Mary Barbary. of Golden GroVe,_aged 48 years, leaving, three sisters. Sadly misted. RAFTERY.— On the 19th July, at 'Bully1 Awe, Tarcowie, Bobert Barr, beloved hus Uand of Mary, and father of Annie, John. Joseph, and William, aged 64 years. Requiescat in pace. WALSH.— On the 20th July, passed away quietly at his residence, Phillip VTalsh. dearly lcved father of Maud and Ada. ARTHUR.— On the 22nd July, at private hospital, Elizabeth Ann, of Port-road, Woodville. relict of Samuel Arthur loved mothei of George (America), Will (Cheltenham), and Delphla (Mrs. E. B. Allchurch, Merriton), in her 78th year. A patient sufferer at rest. MCCARTHY.— On the 22nd July, at Glen Osmond. Bridget, wife of the late Patrick McCarthy, late of Jamestown. aged 79 years. R.I.P. REID.— On the 23rd July, (suddenly), diaries Reid, of 61, Eightn-avenue. St. Peters, aged 72 years. FELSTEAD.— On the 23rd July, at his late residence, 8, Mawscm-street, Prospect; Gardens (suddenly), Charles, the belovef. husband of Margaret Felstead. and father of Mrs. J. Ople, Mrs. G. TUomas, Hilda, Florence, and Dorothy, also C.G., E.L., and J.A., aged 70 years. Loved by all. REID.— On the 18th July, at Port Plric Hospital. Elizabeth A., second beloved daugh ter ol the late Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, ot Crystal Brook, aged 43 years. At rest. W.A. papers please copy. O'DONOHOE.— On the 23rd July, at pri vate hospital, Hugh, beloved eldest son of Thomas and Julia O'Donohoe. 55, HalSfax street, city, aged 47 years. Requiescat in pace. POYN'TZ.— On the 23rd July, at h'.s late residence. 31, Orsmond-street, Hindmarsli, James Stephen, the loving and much loi-ed husband of Emily Poyntz. Love is immortal. PARKS.— On the 23rd July, at Pullarton, Eliza Ann Parks, late of Bowden. aged 74 years. EMERY. — On the 23rd July, at the resi dence of her son-in-law (Mr. A. Vardon), Theresa Elizabeth, relict of Arthur King Emery, aged 86 years. MARSHALL.— On the 23rd July, at Ade laide, John James (Fred), dearly be'oved husband of Sarah Jane Marshall, of 13. Eden-street. City, leaving one son. three daughters, two sons-in-law, five grandchil dren. Peacefully at rest, aged 80 years. PRICE.— On the 12th July, John Charles Price, the beloved husband of Mary Ann Price, of Editnburg. Yorke Peninsula, a?ed 78 years. Melbourne papers please copy. BROWN.— On the 12th July, at Edwards Creek. William, dearly beloved husband of Amy Brown, of Quorn, son of Mrs. H. A. Ruthven. of Adelaide, aged 24 years. KUlect by accident. Loved by all. DUNN. — On the 10th July, at Jamestown Hospital, Eliza Susan, widow of James Dunn, late of Peterborough, aged 78 years. At rest. TRIGG.— On the 16th July. at Port Elliot, result of accident. Eric Maurice, be loved husband of Olive Synthia Trigg. and beloved son of John W. and Emily Trigg. of Cliff House, Port Elliot, aged 28 years. BRIXKWORTH.— On the 14th July, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Allan Paterson, Bute, Sarah E., relict of Daniel Brink worth. Aged 82 years. WILLIAMS.— On the 16th July, at her late residence, Emilie Selina, dearly loved wife of Edward Williams, of Day-terrace, Croydon. Aged 49 years. PAYY-— On the 17th July, at Adelaide. Lavinla Mary, loving daughter of A. and E. P. Pavy. of No. 3, Gawler-terrace, Wal kerrille, aged 3 years. 199-200 RYLE-— On the 18th July, at the Wolver ton Hospital. Semaphore, Marion Hollis, the beloved only daughter of A. and the late J. Wood, of Bvompton. Dec-ply mourned. Age 41 years. BARNES (nee Elborough}.— On the 17th July, at the Memorial Hospital. Clara Lilian, the beloved wife of Harry G. Barnes, of Woodcroft-avenue, Glenunga Gardens, and mother of Merle Barnes. EATON.— On the 15th July, at Brookton, Western Australia, Isaac Norris Eaton, brother of the late George Eaton, of Pros pect. Aged 70 years. PEDLER.— On the 17th July, Doris Ruth, second daughter of G. P. Pedler, of Kco lunga, aged 4 years and 2 months. 'P'cr of such is the kingdom of heaven.' McSWEENEY.— On the 12th July, at Brighton, Victoria, D. J. McSweenev. de voted husband of Lottie McSweeney, of Brandon -street, Erighton, and step-father of Mrs. R. H. Mowah and Persse de Burgli PRICE.— On the 12th July, at Adelaide, John C Price, beloved husband of Mary Ann Price, of Edithburgh, Y.P. W.A. and N.S.W. papers please copy. HOMBURG.— On the 11th July, at her late residence, Prescott-terrace, Rose Park. Johanna Elizabeth Komburg, ?widow of Robert Homburg, aged 74 years. WALSH.— On the 18tU July, at private hospital, North Adelaide, Patrick Walsh, late sergeant of police Port Adelaide, aged 66 years. Requiescat in pace. DUNN.— On the 18th July, at 59, Bake well-road, St. Peters, Ethel Sarah, beloved wife of L. W. G. Dunn. TYMMONS.— On . the 18th July, at 10, Louisa-street, city, Johanna Teresa, be loved wife of Thomas Francis Tymmons, aged 69 years. Requiescat In pace. BELLCHAMBERS ? On the 18th July at his residence. 'The Sanctuary,' Humbug Scrub, Tom Paine, the beloved husbanc of Elizabeth Mary Bellchambers, aged 72 years. FLEMING.— On the 18th July, at the re ? sidence of Mr. J. Fleming, Yarmouth street, Brighton, Florence J., beloved wife of Robert Fleming, of Streaky Bay. BANKS.— On the ISth July, at Sea ton Park, Edith Grace, the dearly beloved youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. P. W. Banks, of Park-terrace, Bcw den-on-Hill, aged 14 years. A patient little sufferer at rest. ? KOSTERA.— On tlie 18th July, at James town Hospital, Paul .Kostera, relict of the late Frances Kostera (late of Blyth), aged 75 years. DAVIES.— On the 12th July, at his resi dence, Main-street, Pinnaroo, Phillip James, dearly beloved husband of Ellen Davies, aged 74 years, A patient sufferer at rest. HARRIS. — Oil the 18th July, at Tusmore, Knightsbridge, Edward William, dearly be loved husband of late Ethel Adela'.'io Har ris, age C7 years.

DEATHS. ;.: CROCKER.— On the 18th Ju!j, auddenly; .t-the residence of Her father, W. C. Croo ;er. No. 30, Hart-avenue, Unley, Elvtt, dearly leloved daughter of W. G. Crocker and late mnle Crocker, age 32 years. A patient ufferer at rest. ? '. :- TUCKER.— On the 12th July, at Strath ilbyn, * Christina, widow of Walter Fohn Tucker, of Sandergrave, and be oved daughter of the late 'Seortte a*d ilargaret Graham, . Long Valley, StMttial jyn. SMITH.— On the 14th July, at Marrlck rtlle, Sydney, N.S.W., Jane Smith, late of Port Elliot and. North Unley. relict of Ed rard Smith, schoolmaster, formerly of Wafers and Pulham. TH1SELTON.— On the 13th July, at Yan liah (suddenly), Daniel Paw ley, the be oved husband of E. E. Thlselton, and be oved father of . Ella, Winnie, Ray, Keith, Uora, and Elsie, aged 53 years. At rest. FREEMAN.— On the 19th July, at the ?esldence of her daughter (Mrs. V. Mill louse), 41, First-avenue, Sefton Park. Eliza - jeth Angela, widow of James S. R. Free nan and loving mother of James, Claude, Jolly, Violet, and Myra. aged 64 years. VICARY.— On the 10th July, at Mltcham. IVilliam, the dearly loved husband of Sarah STicary, late of Glen Osmond, aged 73 years. BISHOP.— On the 19th July, at North Adelaide, Florence Mabel, dearly loved wife of Charles Drew Bishop, of 23, Main North coad, Medindie, aged 40 years. JONES.— On the 19th July, at her late residence. No. 2, CoUlver-street. Norwood, Ellen, beloved wife of James H. V- Jones, aged 82 years. At rest. BILLIN.— On the 13th July, at Kent Town, Saroline, the dearly loved mother of Louie and C. W. Willmer, and loving grandma jf Clem.. Phyllis, Ron., and Brian. Gone from us, but leaving memories Death can never take away. BILLIN ? On the 18th July, al'Kurslng Home, Kent Town. Caroline, dearly loved mother of Charlie, Fanny, Ethel, Louie, and Irene, aged 79 years. No mourning iby request). WHITEHORN.— On the IDth July, at P/l i'ate Hospital. Rose Park, Edith Maud Whltehom. of Swaine-avenue, Rose Park (late of Koolunga). McGORM.— On the 22nd June, at Ade laide Hospital, Matthew Warren McGorm, dearly beloved husband of Nellie, of Clare street. Portland, and father of Nellie, Matt., Alec, Myrtle. Will.. Chriss. Etlesn. Hazell, and Jack, aged 60 years. Deeply mourned. JONES.— On the 19th July, at 2. Col liver-street, Norwood Ellen, beloved wife of J. H. B. Jone3, in her 84th year. PHILLIPS. — On the 19th July, at Kent Town, Charles Frederick Phillips, late of 53, Second-avenue, Sefton Park, age G7 years. BOWDEN. — On the 19th July (suddenly) at her residence. George-street, Moonta. Emma, relict of Benjamin Bowden, late of Agery, in her 85th year. At rest. LYNCH — On the 19th July, at 'Glenoe.' Stone Hut, James, beloved' eldest son of Michael and Annie Lynch. R.I.P. CAMPBELL.— On the 19th July, at nel son's residence, Cleland-avenue, Dulwich, Janet, relict of Fred. L. Campbell, in her 77th year. MATTNER.— On the 19th July, at Oak bank, Charles William Mattner. dearly loved husband of Lavinia Mattner, and father of Ruby, Maud, Ted, and Leo, in his 64th year (suddenly). DEVITT.— On the 19th July, at his resi dence, 75, Albert-street, Goodwood Park, John Devitt, late of Mockra. beloved hus band of Sarah Josephine Devitt, aged 59 years. Requiescat in pace. WALSH.— On the 17th July, at McArthur, late of Mount Gambier, Thomas, second son of the late James and Catherine Walsh, Springfield, Strathalbyn. LEDGER.— On the 20th July, at his late residence. Port-road Woodville, Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Louisa Rebecca Ledger, aged 76 years. Peacefully sleeping. EVANS.— On the 20th July, at his resi dence, Findon, Horace Skermer, dearly be loved husband of Amy. G. Evans, loving father of Horace, Connie. Ron, Ossie. and Max. Second son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Evans, aged 47 years. FYFFE.— On the 20th July, at the Ade laide Hospital. Helen Elizabeth, dearly loved wife of Edward Thomas Fyffe, of No. 9, Brigalowravenue, Kensington Gardens, aged 68 years. SIMCOCK.— On the 20th July, at his re sidence, Austral-avenue, Linden Park. Thomas, dearly loved husband of Cathe rine A. Simcoclc, late of Goodwood and North Adelaide, and youngest son of the !ate J. Simcock, of Norwood, aged 56 years. ARTHUR.— On the 20th July, at Ade laide, Christopher Andrew, dearly beloved husband of Mary Arthur, and father of Christopher, LiUas, Isabella, and Esta. In his 62nd year. FIELD.— On the 20th ' July, at his late residence. Frederick-street, Welland, Alfred Edward, beloved husband of Eliza Field, aged 57 years. HONEYWILL.— On the 16th June, in London, 'William HoneywiU, of 92, Oak wood Court, Kensington, and of Adelaide, South Australia, in his 77th year. MALTHOUSE.— On the 24th July, at Children's Hospital, North Adelaide, Peter James, dearly-beloved only child of Allen James Wilson and Edith Malthouse, of Cape Jervis, and only dear grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. James Malthouse, 21, Valmai avenue, King's Park, aged 2 years and 8 months. HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR (Continued from page 51.) DAVEY.— In loving memory of dear Harry, killed in action, Pozieres, France, the 25th July, 1916. 'Until the day dawns.' — In- serted by his loving father and mother. 206x208 HALES. — In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Stanley, who died of wounds in Pozieres on 25th July, 1916.— Never forgotten by his mother and father, brothers, sister. WHITBREAD.— In loving memory of out dear son and brother (Tom), who died in France on the 25tti July, 1916. Ever remembered. —Inserted by his loving father, mother, sisters, and brothers, Kapunda. 206x208 IN MEMORIAM (Continued from page 53.) ADAMS. — In lowing memory of our loved one, who passed away at Adelaide on 25th July, 1925. We leave her in God's keeping, The rough road safely o'er; She is not dead to we who love her, She is just waiting on yonder shore. —Inserted by her loved ones, Poltalloch. and son Alf. BROWN. — In loving memory of dear Hilda, who passed away at Manoora on 25th July, 1919. Love's greatest ? gift — Remembrance. —Inserted by her loving mother, father, and brother, sisters, Eurella. BROOKS. — In loving memory of Edgar. who passed away on 26th July. 1925. ? Loved and remembered the same to-daj As in the hour you passed away. — Inserted by his loving sister-in-law, Elsie 207x203

V- . tS MEMORIAM- '['.,'?'?.'??? ? BARTHOLOMEW. — Ever : loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who died at Mount Torrens on the 23rd July,, 1923. Sweetest memory, fond and true. To show, dear mother, we think of you. —Inserted by Tier loving daughter, Vi,- and husband. CRONK.— In loving memory ol my dear husband, who departed this life 26th July, 1927. I am lonesome here without you. And sad in a weary way. For life is not the same to me Since you . were - called away. When the shades of night are falling, And I am sitting alone. There always seems a longing If you could oinly come home. —Inserted by his loving wife. 207x203 DABINETT. — In loving memory of my dear daughter, Nellie, who died on 22nd July, 1920.- . A tender chord of memory . Is softly touched to-day. — Inserted by her loving motUor, L. Dabi neit, pariha. FROST.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 26t!i July, 1928. Sweetly our mother sleeps while others sigh, Softly her peaceful hands do lie: United In heaven, God's glory to shore. Free from all sorrow and free from all care. .? . — Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law, Ernestine and Bernhard. 207x208 GROSSER. — In sad but loving memory ol our dear father, who passed away on the 26th July, 1928. To-day brings back sad memories, Memories that make us cry; To think you were taken, dear dad,' And could not say good-bye. — Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law, Frank and Esther, and grand children. Lance, Gladyce, Joyce. 207x208 GROSSER.— In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who peace fully fell asleep on the 26th July. 1923. We often sit and in memory trace Our dear father's sweet face; He was so thoughtful, true and kind, Time cannot blot him from our mind. Forget him, no, we never will, We loved him here, we love him still. In silence he suffered, in patience he bore, Heartbreaking to think net bidding fare weil. —Inserted by his loving daughter, sonin law, and grandson, Black Hill. 207x203 GROSSER. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who died sud denly at Brcwulow on the 26th July, 1S28. No one knows the silent heartache, Only those csn tell Who have lost a loving father Without a last farewell. —Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law, Oscar and Lydia. and grandchildren, Dora, Arthur, and Percy. 207x208 GROSSER.— In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away at Brownlow on the -2-Jth July, 1928. One year of sorrow now has passed, When you so suddenly was called away. In silence you suffered bitter pains, And all those sleepless nights you had. We remember the last time we parted. Never will we forget our last good-bye. But we trust in God to meet again. — Inserted by -his loving son and daughter in-law, Ernst, Esther, and grandchildren, Edwin and Norma. 207x203 GROSSER.— In sad. but loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who fell asleep on the 26th July, 1928. Sheltered by the Rock of Ages, Anchored on the golden shore, Resting in the arms of Jesus, Rest, dear father, for evermore. — Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law. Jack and Gerty; also grandchildren, Lesly, Melva, Norman, Brownlow. 207x208 GROSSER.— In loving memory of my dear husband, who died on. 26th July, 1928. I have lost my life companion, A life linked with my own; Day by day I miss his footsteps. As I wander all alone. But God is good, He gives me strength To bear my heavy cross; He is the only One Who knows My loneliness and loss. — Inserted by his loving wife. 207x203 GRAETZ. — In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on 26th July, 1928. Her smiling face and loving ways Will linger with me all my days; I have lost, but heaven has gained One of the best this world contained. — Inserted by her loving husband, Jule. 207x208 CRAMP. — In sad but loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 25th July, 1928. Sunshine passes, But love's remembrances outlast all. — Inserted by her loving daughter, Carrie. HUNTER. — In loving memory of my dear friend. Edith Hunter, who passed away 25th July, 1928. A patient sufferer at rest. — Inserted by her loving friend, A. Coven try. 206x208 HEITHERSAY.— In loving memory of our dear mother and wife, who passed away on 26th July, 1924. Nothing can ever take away The love the heart holds dear; Fond thoughts linger every day. Remembrance keeps you near. — Inserted by her loving daughter, son, and husband, Ethel, Keith, and Robert. 207x208 LAWN.— In fond memory of our dear husband and father, accidentally killed at Peterborough on the 26th July, 192G. We're lonesome here - without you, And sad the weary way, For life is not the same to us Since you were called away. — Inserted by his loving wife and son, Arthur. 207x208 LAWN. — Tn loving memory of our dear father, killed at Peterborough on the 26th July. 1926. We who loved you sadly miss you As it. dawns another year. — Inserted by his loving daughter and son in-law, Gladys and Alb. 207x203 McKAY. — In loving memory of my dear son and brother, Archie, 'who passed away in Orroroo Hospital on the 25tt» J\i5y. 1927. Silent heartaches, words unsaid, Loving thoughts of one that's dead. —Inserted by his loving mother and sisters. 206x208 McKAY. — In lovine memory of nay dear husband and father, Archibald James, vhc passed away on the 25th July, 1927. Sweet to our memory, dear to our hearts. Our love for thy memory will never depart. We know that the years, be they many cr few. Will be years of remembrance, dear father, of you. — Ever remembered by his loving wife and children. 206x208 MORRIS. — In loving memory of our dear mother, -who died on the 25th July. 1923; , also Malcolm, who died on the 22nd July, 1927, at Solomontown. r 'The links of love that bind us Are broken one by one.' . — Inserted by Crlssa, Gill and Alan, als Nell, Harold, and Betty.

'?' ' ' IN MEMORIAM. ' ' '-' MOYLE, James. — In loving memory ol lear father, who died at Jamestown, on ;he 26th July, 1923. ? Loved by all:— Arthur. - i- : , '' :, .... 207x208.' MARTIN.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away at SaUington on 26th July, 1928. .Ever re membered.— Inserted by her son ? and iaughter-ln-law, Frank and Ede, and »randdaughters Elma and Daphne. ' 207x208 MARTIN.— In loving memory of my deer wife and mother, who passed, away at 3allington on 26th July, 1928. No mother iiore dearly loved, and none more sadly missed. Called from those who loved her, Away from care and strife; - But a beautiful memory liyeth Of a sweet unselfish life. ? —Inserted by her loving husband and laughter, Nell. 207x208 MARTIN.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Calllngton on 26th. July, 1928. It is a sad day to remember, But a day I do recall, When we lost our dear mother, The truest^ friend of ail. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Ern and Sarah. ' 207x208 MARTIN.— In loving memory of dear mother and grandma, who died on 26th July, 1928. A loving mother, true and kind, Hard In this world her equal to find. Her thoughts were for others in every respect, May God grant her eternal rsst. They miss her most who loved her best. —Inserted by her loving daughter. Mabel, and grandchildren. 207x208 MARTIN.— In fond and loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life on 26th July, 1928. at Calllngton. My mother, the one word— mother, Compare her with no other; The first word of the infant. The last word of the brave; So gentle and forgiving, Oh, prize her while she's living; No truer word than mother From the cradle to the grave. — Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Priss and Joe, and grandchil dren. 207x208 MARTIN.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Callington on 26th July, 1928. So dearly loved, so sadly missed, mother.— Inserted by her loving daughter and son, and daughtsr In-law and son-in-law, and grandchildren, Harriett, George, Sis, Frank. 207x208 MILLS.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away 26th July, 1925. There is someone who misses you sadly, dear mother. And finds the tune long since you went. There is someone who misses you always, But tries ? to be brave and content. — Ever remembered by her loving children, Gladys and Milton. 207x208 NOTTAGE (Betsy Elliott).— In loving memory of my dear wife and fond mother, who passed away at Kellerberrin Memorial Hospital on the 25th July, 1927. Gone, but not forgotten. —Inserted by Win. Nottage and family. 206x208 REID. — In loving memory of our dear brother, Adam, who passed away on 26th June, 1927. Long days and nights he bore in pain. To think that cure was all in vain; So God thought best To take him to eternal rest. —Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, May and Andrew. 207x208 SHANNON.— In loving memory of my friend Archie, who died on the 27th July, 1928.— Inserted by Ray Harrlp. -208x208 SMITH.— In loving memory of our hus band and father, who passed away at Hind marsh. 25th July, 1923. Gone from us that smiling face, Those pleasant, cheerful ways; _ The heart that won so many friends In bygone happy days. — Inserted by his loving wife and son. Jack, and daughter-in-law, Lorna, and little Joy. WILSON.— In loving remembrance of my dear wife, who died on 26th July, 1922. Years pass on and times change, but the memories of your love remain unaltered. —Inserted by J. H. Wilson, Williamstown. 207x208 WOOLDRIDGE. — In loving memory of my dear husband, who died at Laura on 26th July, 1925. We who loved him sadly miss him, But trust in God to meet again. —Inserted by his loving wife, E. A. Wool dridge. 207x208 In loving memory of our dear brother, Cecil, who died on the 25th July, 1925. No brother more dearly loved, And none more sadly missed. — Inserted by his loving sister and brother in-law, Ethel and Oscar. 206x208 RETURN THANKS. (Continued from page 53.) CHEEK.— The DAUGHTERS of the late Mrs. ADELAIDE CHEEK, of St. Peters, sincerely THANK Friends and Re latives for expressions of sympathy in their recent sad, bereavement. ? rpHE WfDOW of the late EDWIN HENRY X MORGAN wish to sincerely- THANK all kind Friends and Relatives for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes. Special thanks to Sisters, North Adelaide Hospital and Staff, also Dr. De Crespigny, in her re cent sad bereavement. AIRS. E. PARSONS and- FAMILY, of. Ros lwL trevor Park, desire to THANK all kind Friends and Relatives for floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their re cent sad bereavement. ? rpHE FAMILY of the late ROBERT WOLFE X DAVIES, desire to express their APPRE CIATION for letters of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, also nursing staff. Flinders Ward, Adelaide Hospital, and E. Barlow and Mr. and Mrs, Noai, Parade, Norwood. ? MRS. M. HORAN, of Goodwood-road. Goodwood, wishes to sincerely THANK all fcind friends and relatives for expres sions of sympathy in her recent sad be reavement; ? _ ? ME. H. BROOKE and DAUGHTERS, of Wallaroo, sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, cards, and personal expressions of syin pathy in their recent sad bereavement. THE SONS and DAUGHTERS of the late Mrs. C. J. 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TAPLIN. sincerely THANK all kind friends and relations for letters, messages of sympathy, and floral tributes, during their rocsnt bereavements.

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