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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Six pence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines, Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral Announcement Is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely: — The mini mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as II they were dis tinct end separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriage and Marriage Notices require the signa ture of both parties concerned. BIRTHS HAMILTON.— On the 2nd January, at Narracoorte. to Dr. and Mrs. R. Hewgill Hamilton — a daughter. LIEBICH (nee Sheila Lyons). — On the 1st January, at Orroroo and District Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Liebich. of Tarcowle — a daughter. PRYCE. — On the 2nd January, to the ?Wife of Mr. A. A. Pryce, Church road, Mit ©ham — a son. LATIMER (nee Lorna Bennett). — On the 2nd ijanuary, at McBride's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. James T. W. Lattmer, Henley Beach — a daughter (Gloria May). MAY. — On the 2nd January, to Mr. and Mrs. F. L. S. May, of Kadina— a son (Donald Leland). SYMONS.— On the 15th December, 1932, at Crystal Brook Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Symons — a son. ARNOLD.— On the -4th January, at the Maitland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. O. R. W. Arnold — a son. Both well. BOND. — On the 5th January, at 'Koona- ?warra' Private Hospital, Kadina, to the ?Wife of the Rev. J. L. Bond, of the Rectory, Kadina — a son (Rupert John Ingleby). (No visitors for seven days). DAVIS. — On the 1st January, at the Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. Lancelot P. Davis — a daughter (Pamela Joy). FERGUSON.— On the 15th December, 1932, at the Jubilee Hospital, Moonta, to Mr. and Mre. F. R. Ferguson, 'Hunt- worth,' Weetulta— a daughter (Josephene Mary). FORRESTER.— On the 1st January. at Meliora Private Hospital, The Grove, Wood ville, to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Forrester, of Strathalbyn — a son. Dr. Dunstone, Matron SproU, and Sister Woods in attendance. GIFFORD.— On the 29th December, at Meliora Private Hospital, The Grove, Wood ville, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gifford, late of Streaky Bay— twin daughters. Dr. Peters, Matron SproU, and Sister Woods In attendance. KNAUERHASE (nee Clara Schulz).— On New Year's morning, at the Booleroo Cen tre Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Knauer hase — a bonnle little son. Both well. MOYLE. — On the 4th January, at Ru mont. Unley Park, to the wife of Sidney Moyle, M.A., B.Sc. — a son. NOBLETT.— On the 3rd January, at Boringer Hospital, to Ruth, wife of H. L. Noblett, South terrace, Mount Gam bier — a son (Peter James). PARSONS.— On the 1st January, at Brighton, to the wife of Allan H. Parsons — « daughter. TRUSCOTT (nee Gwen Ware).— On the 2nd January, at Sister Matthew's 'Rest- holme,' Joslin. to Mr. and Mrs. F G. Trus cott. of Royston Park — a son (Peter Glenn). WATERS.— On the 5th January at Chat ham Private Hospital. Keswick, to Harold and Winifred Waters, of Victoria street, Glandore— a son (Brian Harold John). Both well. YEATES.— On the 21sfc December, 1932, at 37, Russell street, St. Leonards, to Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Yeates— a son (William Joseph). BARTROP.— On the 7th January, at Miss Rowe's Hospital, Wakefield street, to Mrs. Bartrop, wife of Mr. A. N. Bartrop— a son. BRUNWIN.— On the 4th January, at Sister Rowe's Hospital, Wakefield street, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Brunwin — a daughter. DIXON.— On the 6th January, to the wife i of Mr. W. A. Dlxon, Norwood— a son (William Michael). HOWARD.— On the 7th January, at St. John's Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Howard, Charles street, Prospect— a daughter (Pamela Nellie). Both well. iJ10.^81'10 (nee OUve Newman).— On the 7th January, at the Memorial Hos pital, to Olive, wife of Max Hamburg— a son (Allan Newman). Special thanks to Dr. Burden and staff. No visitors for eeven days. SCHRODER (nee Simmons).— On the 6th January, at Torquay, Unley, to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schroder, of Fernleigh street, Underdale— a son (Allen George). BALLANTYNE (nee Muriel Brown).— On |ne 7th January, at 'Warraweena' Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Ballantyne, St. James's Park— a «/n (Rav Kyle). Both veil. BARRON.— On the 8th January, at Waringa. Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Barron— a son (Robert). Both well. Thanks to Dr. Sprod and Waringa staff. COPEMAN.— On the 7th January, to Mr. and Mrs. B, Copeman, of Prospect — * daughter. COLE.— On the 13th December, 1932, at Rowan, Maylands, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole, of Alberton— a daughter.

BIRTHS COOLEY.— On the 28th December, 1932, at 6, Jervols avenue, New Hlndmarsh, to Mr. and Mrs. Ciive Cooley, Ki-Kl — a son (Donald John). FOX.— Dora, wife of A. G. Fox. of Mary bank, on the 9th December, 1932— a daughter (stillborn). No visitors. . GORDON.- -On the 6th January, at Miss Row's Private Hospital, Wakefield street, to Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gordon, ? Linden Park Gardens — a daughter. . HOWELL (nee Nell Connolly).— To the wife of M. J. Howell, 5, .. Ansell street, Semaphore on the 4th January — a daugh ter (Patricia Ada).- Thanking Dr. Chand ler and Nurse Echold. Both welL HAZELL (nee Richardson).— On the 9th January, at 'Warraweena' Private Hospi tal, Mile-End, to Clarice, wife of Frank Hazell, Cottonville — a daughter. Thank ing Dr. Schafer, Sister Slebert and staff. RUTT (nee Edna Woods). — On the 5th January, at Uraldla Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rutt, of Carey's. Gully— a daughter. SMART (nee Pearl Paddlck).— On the 2nd January, at Clarendon Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. CecU Smart— a son (Peter). SCRYMGOUR. — On the 4th January, to the wife of K. G. Scrymgour — a son. WESLEY (nee Birt).— On the 28th De cember, 1932, to Ruth, wife of Maurice A. Wesley, 48, Park street, South Yarra, Vic toria/ — a son (stillborn). EDWARDS (nee Eva Burford).— On the 8th January, at Narracoorte, to Mr. and Mrs. Merl Edwards — a son. Special thanks to Dr. Hamilton and Sister Olliphant. MITCHELS.— On the 8th January to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mltchels — a son. PICKERING.— On the 10th January, to Iris, wife of A. L. Pickering, of Netherby —a daughter. ROEPCKE — On the 6th January, at Sister Bussby's Nursing Home — a boy (William Frederick). Both well. SCOTT.— On the 25th December, 1932, at Thelma Nursing Home, Loxton. to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Scott, Wanbi— a son (Robert Alfred). WILLSHIRE (nee Sylv. Griffiths).— On the 10th January, at Westbourne Park Pri vate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Will shire, Unley— a son (Trevor John). Special thanks to Dr. Gault and Sister Hopkins. MARRIAGES SCHELL— DAVEY. — On the 21st Decem ber, 1932, at the Methodist Church, Streaky Bay, Dorothy Ruby eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davey, Archer street. North Adelaide, to Urbane, only son of Mrs. Allinson and the late Mr. Schell. of Stepney. SIMMONS— DUNSTAN.— On the 23rd September, 1932, by Rev. Canon Sutton, Roy T., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Simmons. Heidelberg, to Iris E., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dunstan, Port Pirie. at Holy Trinity Church, Kew, Melbourne McCORMACK— GILBERT.— On the 24th September, 1932, at Maughan Church, by the Rev. S. Forsyth, Basil, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. F. McCormack, of Launceston, to Laurel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gilbert, of Adelaide. ROBERTS— CURYER.— On the 21st De cember, 1932. at Renmark Congregational Church, by Rev. Parker, Edna N., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Roberts, of Renmark, to Douglas K., second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Curyer, of Jamestown. Present address — 'Riverside,' Renmark. RYAN— KING.— On the 10th October, 1932, at St. Ignatius' Church, Norwood, by the Rev. Father Ryan, Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .T. J. Ryan of Adelaide, to Herbert, eldest surviving son of Mrs. King and the late Mr. Herbert King, of Gilberton. CARROLL— LYNCH.— On the 24th De— cember, 1932, at St. Saviour's Church, Hindmarsh, by the Rev. Lopez. Rita V., youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. Carroll. Hindmarsh, to Bernard A., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Lynch, Croydon. FRITH — HEATH. — On the 2nd January, at St. Paul's, Adelaide, Gwendoline Cathe- rine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Heath, Wallaroo, to Ernest Everard, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Frith, Glynde road, Newstead. GOLDEN WEDDINGS BURNETT— JOHNSON.— On the 6th January, 1883, at St. George'*, London, George, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Burnett, of Kent, to Alice, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson, London. At home, 7th January, 35, Walkerville road, St. Peters. LINN— HALL.— On the 9th January, 1883, at Christ Church, Strathalbyn. by the Rev. BusseU, Julia Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Linn, Meningie, to Francis Fuller Hall, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hall, of Melbourne. Present address, 59, Henry street, Croydon Park. At home January 9th. Melbourne papers please copy. CAMPBELL— FITZSIMONS.— On the 10th January, at St. Aloysius, Seven Hill, Michael S., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell, of Clare, to Bridget V., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Fitz- simons, of Clare. Present address, 21, Frederick street, Welland, S.A. 65TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY WATERTON— WHARLDALL.— On the 5th January, 1868, at Pontefract, Yorkshire, England, Joseph Waterton to Grace Wharl dall, both of Pontfifract. Present address — Ring street, Semaphore, S.A. (Yorkshire papers please copy.) APPROACHING MARRIAGES LAMSHED— FREELING.— The marriage of May E. R., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lamshed, of Kadina, to Allan J. C, second son of Mr. E. E. and the late Mrs. Freeling, of Alford, ?will be solemnised at the Taylor street Methodist Church, Kadina, on the 7th January, at 7.30 p.m. ALLISON— CHAPMAN.— The marriage of Mary Goldie, younger daughter of the late Mr. (of Scotland) and Mrs. R. Allison, of Brighton, to Charles Ernest, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Chapman, of Brighton, will be celebrated at the Presby terian Church, Seacllff. on Saturday, 14th January, at 7 p.na. Friends and relatives cordially Invited to ceremony. No recep tion. COOMBE— EWERS.— Tie marriage of Joyce V., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Coombe. of Byron road, 'Black Forest, and William D., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ewers, of Newcastle, N.S.W., Will be solemnised at the Black Forest Baptist Church, South road, on Saturday, January 14th, at 7.30 p.m. CARMODY— JOHNSON.— The marriage of Nora Kathleen, youngest daughter of tire, and Mr. Martin Carmody, Mundulla street, Kilkenny, to James Johnson, sec ond 6on of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. A. Johnson, of Kilkenny, will be celebrated at St. Saviour's Church, Hindmarsh, on January 14th, at 9 o'clock. GUY— MACFARLANE.— The marriage of Lily, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy, of Hawthorn, to James 6., young est son of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. Mac farlane. of Melbourne, will be solemnised at Scots Church, North terrace on the 17th January, at 3 pjn.

APPROACHING MARRIAGES BROWN— HERBERT.— The marriage of Margaret Ella, younger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown, of Strathalbyn, to William T. P., second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Herbert, of Snowtown, will be solem nised at Hawthorn Presbyterian Church at 6.45 p.m. on Wednesday, 11th January. HEAVEN— DALTON.— The marriage of Luclnda E., youngest daughter of Mr. A. E. Heaven and the late Mrs. E. M. Heaven, of Burnside, to Frederick C. N., only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dalton, of Marry atvllle, will be solemnised at St. Mathew's Church, MarryatvlUe, on the 14th January, at 7 p-m. DENT— WILLIAMS.— The marriage of Emily, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dent, Port Elliot, to Arnold (Paddy) Williams, Ambleside, will be solemnised at St. Jude's, Port Elliot, on the 14th January, at 7.45 p.m. PADGET— ALXEN.— The marriage of Ivy. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Padget, of Maylands. to Hurtle, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. W. Allen, of 6t. Peters, will be solemnised at St. Mark's Church, Maylands. on Saturday, 14th January, 1933. at 7.30 p.m. TIERNEY— ASCIONE.— The marriage of Mabs, only child of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Tierney, Hurtle square, Adelaide, to John, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Aecione, Mount Gambler, will be solemnised at St. Francis Xavler Cathedral. Adelaide, on 16th January, at -9 a.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No recep tion. ENGAGEMENTS FREEMAN— BAKER.— The engagement Is announced of Maltha V., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Freeman, of Wirrulla, West Coast, to Reginald G., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs B. T. Baker, Port Wakefield, S. Aust. FULLSTON— WOODARD.— The engage ment Is announced of Jean, second daugh ter, of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Fullston, Victor Harbour, to Allan W., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodard, Victor Harbour. HICKS— HEADING.— The engagement is announced of Blanche, only daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. Hicks, of 23, Swaine avenue. Rose Park, to Keith, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Heading, of Leewood road. Campbelitown. HORNBY— AITCHISON.— The engage ment is announced of Edna R. G., jonly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Hornby, of Port Broughton, to William G., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aitchieon, of Mundoora JACOBS— SYMONDS.— The engagement is announce^ of Hettie A., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jacobs, North Parade, Torrensville, to Milton G., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Symonds, Ga-vler street, Mount Barker. OWEN— BEAKE. — The engagement is an nounced of Ruth. Muriel, elder daughter of Mr, and Mrs. T. R. Owen, of Kings wood, to Maurice John, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beare, of Kadina. TONKIN— BISHOP.— The engagement Is announced of Doris M., second daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. H. Tonkin, Barker road, Prospect, to Algernon C, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bishop, Clare. WHAIT— STUART.— The engagement is announced of Florence Eleanor Whait, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whait, Neale's Flat, Eudunda, to James Hamilton, only sen of the late Mr. P. E. Stuart, of Chaffey, and Mrs. Lovell, of Two Wells. WICKHAM— SMITH.— The engagement is announced of Gwendoline Mary, third daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. Wickham, of Kensington, to Donald Mal colm, only son of the late Mr. M. SmlSh and Mre. A. Marrs, of Kensington. BLAND — TRAGER. — The engagement is announced of MaTy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bland, of Winkle, River Murray, to William Lawrence, son of Mrs. K. Trager, of Berri, and the late Mr. W. Trager, of Adelaide. OAW — HAMILTON. — The engagement Is announced of Henrietta Robe (Babs), younger daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. R. Hamilton, 281, Melbourne street; North Adelaide, to Henry John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Daw, 61, Hewitt avenue, Rose Park. HUTCHESSON— PARSONS.— The engage ment Is announced of Marjory, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. D. Hutchesson, of Millicent, to Ross, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parsons, of Sea cliff. KING — WIREMAN. — The engagement is announced of Muriel Alice King, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. King, of Clifton street. Hawthorn, to John Alfred Wlreman, only son of late Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wireman Kennington, England. MEYER— MIIXER. — The engagement is announced of Freda M., younger daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. Meyer, Longwood, to Hector H., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Stirling. MATHESON— BURFORD.— The engage ment is announced of Margaret Jean, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matheson, of 'Dongarra,' Snowtown, to Donald James, third son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Burford, of Grange. O'DEA -BENNETT.- The engagement is announced of Florence Mary (Mollie), only daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. O'Dea, of Peterborough, to John Staer, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bennett, also of Peterborough. PFEIFFER— BYLES,— The engagement is announced of Irene L., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pfelffer, of Aldgate, to Aubrey W» R.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bylesy of Morgan. ROLLINS— HATCHER.— The engagement Is announced of Marree youngest daugh ter of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. W. Rollins, of Carrington street, Adelaide (late of Farina), to Edward, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatcher, of Maitland, WARD — SMITH.— The engagement Is an nounced of Barbara (Mary), eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ward, of Whyalla, to Bertram, second son of Mrs. P. and the late Mr. Smith, of Solomontown, ANDERSON-— HARDING.— The engage ment is announced of Gwen, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Anderson, of King William road, Hyde Park, to Wil liam (Blllie) Harding, the only son of Mrs. Uren, of South Plympton, BASSETT— BROADBRIDGE.— The en gagement is announced of Edna L. M. Bassett. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bassett. Chief street, Brompton, to Leonard A., Broadbridge, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Broadbridge, O'Connell street. North Adelaide. . BENTLEY—THOMAS.—The engagement     is announced of Mavis Merle, second daughter of Mr. C. A. and the late Mrs. Bentley, of Matland, to Keith, eldest son of Mrs. W. and the late Mr. Thomas, of Adelaide. BULLOCK— WITRM.— The engagement is announced of Marjorle H., eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bullock, of Stans bury, to Horace (Ross), youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. G. A. Wurm, of Stansbury. BOWEN— WATSON.— The engagement is announced of Alison May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bowen. of Royal Park, to Fredrick Jack, only 6on of Mr. and Mrs. G, A, Watson, of Pennlngton.

ENGAGEMENTS CHANTRD1L— WASHINGTON.— The en gagement is announced of Edna J., younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Chantrill, of Richmond road, Richmond, to Ronald H., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Washington, of Marleston avenue, Ashford. CARTER — WILSON. — The engagement Is announced of Eileen M., youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. J. Carter, of Burford Gardens, to Reginald Yelverton, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. S. Wilson, Leader street, Forest vllle. DOWNS— BLACKEBY.— The engagement is announced of Eileen, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Downs. Richmond, to William, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blackeby, Adelaide. DEVERSON — HARTLEY.— The engage ment is announced of Linda A., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Deverson, of Myponga, late of Cheltenham, to Wil liam C, youngest son of Mrs. M. E. Hart ley, of Stroud street, Cheltenham. FOALE— LANKENAU.— The engagement is announced of Thelma only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Foale. of Sydney street, Glenunga, to Allan, .elder son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. Lankenau, North-East road, Glynde. FREEMAN— BAKER.— The engagement Is announced of Martha V., eldest daughter cf Mr and Mrs. A. C. Freeman, of Wir rulla, West Coast, to Reginald G., eldest, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Baker. Port Wakefield, South Australia, HUMBY— PALMER.— The engagement is amounced of Edna, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Humby. of Adelaide, to Reginald, eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Palmer, of Auburn, Victoria. KLOPP— MARRIOTT.— The engagement is announced of Thelma Christina, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klopp, Military road, Semaphore, to Howard Francis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Mar riott, Balfour strpet. Prospect Gardens. LANGFORD— BURFORD.— The engage ment is announced of Laura K., second daughter of Mrs. E. M. Langford, of Moonta, to Stanley L., youngest 6on of the late Mr. B. Burford and Mrs. M. E. Kendall, Price, Y.P. LUMBERS— WILLIAMS.— The engage ment Is announced of Lorna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lum bers, of Arra Warra, Paradise, to Harold G. Williams, of New Zealand, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Williams, Prospect. MANGELSDORF — NANKERVIS.— The engagement is announced of Zena A., eldest daughter of Mrs. O. and the late Mr. Mangelsdorf. Woodside, to Harold J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Nankervls, Knoxvllle, Adelaide. MUMME— MATSON.— The engagement Is announced of Gertrude Marie, only daughter of the late G. M. and S. R. Mumme, late of Kadina, to Sigur Helke Matson. of Adelaide. ROGERS— PLEWS.— The engagement is announced of Elza I., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rogers, of Mizpah avenue Unley, to Edward (Ted), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Plews, of Duke street, Kensington. READ — BALL.— The engagement Is an nounced of Zebudah Blanche, youngest daughter of Richard A. and the late L. A. Read, of Farrell's Flat, to George Henry, youngest son cf Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ball, of Coulsdon, Surrey, England. ROESLER — GASS. — The engagement Is announced of ^lyrtlc, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Roesler, of Mannum, to Harold, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. Gass, of Mannum. REID — TALBOT.— The engagement is announced of May T. (Madge), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reid, Wir rulla, to Vincent G., third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. T. T. Talbot, Streaky Bay. READ— HICKS.— The engagement is announced of Miriam, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Read, of Newtown, Kadina, to William H.. younger son of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. Hicks, of Bris tol, England. Present address. 4, North 6treet, Collinswood. SIMS— DENNIS.— The engagement Is an nounced of Eileen A., youngest daughter of Mrs. and late Mr. A. Sims, Clare, to Dud ley M., fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dennis, Orroroo. TAYLOR— BRIGGS.— The engagement is announced of Lorna Marcla, second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Kadina, late of Melrcse. to Albert Lawrence, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Briggs, of Melrose. VENUS— JONES.— The engagement Is an nounced of Iris Lurline, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Venus, of Lambeth Walk, King's Park, to Colin Claude, younger son of Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Jones, of Percy street, Goodwood. WILLIAMS— NOVAK.— The engagement is announced of Vera Mavis, only daugh ter of Mrs and the late Mr. E. H. Wil liams, Broken Hill, to Silverlous Oliver, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Novak, 61, Esplanade, Henley Beach, S. Aus. WITHERS— BADMAN.— The engagement Is announced of Irene, eldest daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. S. L. Withers, of Hlndmarsh, to Noel, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Badman, of Kensington. ZANKER— ROGERS.— The engagement is announced of Dorothy May, eldest daugh ter of Mr. F. W. Zanker of North Quorn, to Richard Aubrey, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Rogers, of Stirling North, via Port Augusta. ALLEN— DUTTON.— The engagement is announced of Hazel D., third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen, of Mile-End, to Stan ley E., only son of Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, of Ashford. j

ENGAGEMENTS BURNS — GREENFIELD.— The engage ment is announced of Nlta Marjorie, only daughter of Mrs. A. Burns, Baliol street, College Park, to Irwin Stanley, third eon of Mrs. E. Greenfield, Purple Downs Sta tion. CHASE — NICHOLLS. — The engagement is announced of Linda M., youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Chase, North Walkervllle, to Tennyson K., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Nicholls, Croy don Park. GLYNN — HUPPATZ. — The engagement is announced of Clarice E., younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glynn, of Penola, to Albert Roy. third son of Mr. and Mrs C. Huppatz, of Coonawarra. HALL— COOMBE.— The engagement is announced of Rachel M. (Rae), eldest daughter of Mr. W. Hall, of Watson P«k, Milang, to William T., the eldest son of Mr. W. H. Coombe, of Langhorne's Creek. LANGELUDDECKE— PALLANT. — The engagement is announced of Doris Bertha, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. Lange luddecke, Narracoorte, to Arthur John, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pallant, Hynam, S.E. BUTTON— SUGG.— The engagement Is announced of Hilda A., third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Button, of Port Augusta, to Eric J., second son of Mrs. S. A. Sugg, of Blackwood. CARLESS— HOLLOW.— The engagement Is announced of Phyllis Jean, only daugh ter of Mrs. A. Carless, Rose Park, to Albert Leslie eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hollow, North Unley. PLACE— HOPGOOD. — The engagement Is announced of Dulcie V., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Place, to Harrold V., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. H. Hopgood, both of Blyth. SCHILLER — MAYWALD — The engage ment is announced of Hilda, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Schiller, of Eben-Ezer, to Eric, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maywald, of Nuriootpa. TROTT— O'DONNELL.— The engagement is announced of Irene only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Trott, of North Ade laide, to Thomas, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. O'Donnell, of Bowden. WORRALL — NAPPER. — The engagement Is announced of Amy Stella, daughter of Mr. S. Hazelwood Worrall, and the late Mrs. Worrall, 'Koonangurt,' Lismore, Vic toria, to Stanley George, second son of Mrs. G. H. Napper, and the late Mr. Nap per, 'Suany Brae,' Jamestown. S.A. ALDENHOVEN— OLIVER.— The engage ment is announced of Marjorie D., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Alden hoven, Arthurton, to Gilbert J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oliver, Reeves Plains. JOHNSTON — TILLER. — The engagement is announced of Beatrice, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and. Mrs. W. J. Johnston, of Pinnaroo, to Claude, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Tiller, of Pinnaroo. KIRK— HORSFALL. — The engagement la announced of Emily L., the elder daugh ter of Mrs. J. M. Kirk, of Adelaide, to Walter Kenneth, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Borsfall, 'Kurralta,' Victor Harbour. STANLEY— BENSON.— The engagement Is announced of Joan, daughter of Mrs. Helen Stanley, of Reade Park, and the late Mr. Evan R. Stanley, of Papua, to Gerald, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Benson, of Melbourne. SCHAEFER— GERSCHWITZ.— The en gagement is announced of Gertrude, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schaefer, Loxton. to Harold, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gerschwltz, 'Mor- kalla North,' Victoria. DEATHS ALLEN.— On the 3rd January, at North field, Arthur Samuel Allen, late 31, Henley Beach road, Mile-End, aged 53 years. Late 50th Batt.. A.I.F. DAWE.— On the 31st December, 1932, at private hospital, Unley, Bertha Kate, second daughter of the late Thomas A. P. and Elizabeth M. Dawe, of 22, Esmond avenue, Hyde Park. Aged 48 years. GRAVES.— On the 3rd January (sud denly), at Woodvllle road, Woodviile, Laura Edith Florence, dearly beloved wife of Harry Graves, and loving mother of Mrs. E. Rogers, Geranium, and Mrs. R. C. Gray, Kensington Gardens. HARVEY.— Died at Mount Gambler on the 2nd January, Patience Harvey, eldest daughter of the late Arthur Harvey, of 'Til^grieg,' Aberdeenshire, Scotland. JACOB. — On the 4th January, at Sister Serry'6 Private Hospital, Kadina, Mary Eileen Ethel, beloved wife of Gordon H. Jacob, aged 37 years. JUNGFER. — On the 4th January, at the Memorial Hospital, Marie Theresa, beloved wife of Gustav Jungfer; loved mother of Cliff. Nita, Lorenz, aged 52 years. LETTMANN.— On the 28th November, 1932, at South Broken Hill, Gilford Mal colm, beloved husband of Laura May, and loving father of Kevin, Joyce, and Ashley, aged 47 years. R.I.P. LYNCH. — On the 4th January, at 'Glenoe,' Stone Hut, Michael, beloved husband of Annie Lynch (suddenly), aged 75 years. R.I.P. MUDGE.— On the 2nd January, at Denial Bay, Cecily Haydon, dearly beloved wife of Charles E. Mudge. eldest daughter of Mrs. and late Mr. A. H. Aldersey, Wirra bara; loving sister of Mr. A. H. H. Alder sey, Wirrabara; Mesdames Robertson, Lay cock, Morlce (Adelaide), Liddy (Tumby Bay), and Misses Molly and Peggy Aldersejfr

DEATHS ? PE4KE.-On the 4th January, at her re sidence. Crystal Brook, Thlrza, wife of the late Henry Peake, aged 84 years.— Inserted by her loving sons and daughtere. Vic torian papers please copy. PHILIPS.— On the 3rd January, John Chlciiester Philips, dearly loved husband of Margaret Philips, of 71, Kensington road, Norwood, in hla 88th year. WADDY.— On the 4th January, at her residence. Mary Ann (Polly)., the dearly beloved wife of John Wesley Waddy, of 'Elland,' 180. Whltmoie square, Adelaide, aged 70 years. Peace, perfect peace. WOOLLEY.— On the 4th January, at 17. Erskine street. Goodwood Park, Thomas, beloved husband of BUen Woolley, aged 76 years WARD.— On the 4th January, at Glad stone, Fanny, the beloved wife of William Ward, after a short Illness. BROWN.— On the 3rd January, at James town, Stanley Edison, beloved husband of Laura Brown, and loving father of Betty end John, In his 29th year. BROWN.— On the 3rd January, at James town, Stanley Edison Brown, beloved eon of Mrs. E. Brown and the late J. Brown, and loving brother of Daisy, Ruby, and Clarrle, aged 29 years. BRODIE. — On the 5th January, at her residence, 'Fairvlew,' Main North road, Wlllaston, Emma, the beloved wife of James Brodie. aged 72 years. At rest. CRAWFORD.— On the 5th January, at K&punda, Alexander, dearly beloved hus band of Mary Seilna Crawford, aged 62 years. CONLON.— On the 5th January, Jane, widow of Thomas James Conlon. late of Lamerco, aged 73 years. Requiescat lu pace. EDWARDS.— On the 27th November, 1932, at Forest Gate, Essex, England, Zelia, dearlj beloved wife of W. A. Edwards, and mother of George Edwards, Beatty terrace, Murray Bridge (by letter 3/1/33). Rest after suffering. FLEMING.— On the 5th January, at her residence. 150, Goodwood road. Goodwood, Fanny Ellen, widow of Thomas Wilson Fleming, aged 77 years. GARTNER.— On the 27th December, at Streaky Bay Hospital, June, darling twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Gartner, of Streaky Bay, aged 8 months. GAPP.— On the 5th January, at Adelaide. Joseph Christopher (Chris), late of St. Peters, beloved husband of Jeannette Gapp, aged 64 years. A patient sufferer at rest. HATHERLY.— James, dearly loved father of James Leddon, and brother of Mrs. J. Bryant, Port Augusta West, and Mrs. J. Furze, W.A.; died on the 5th January, aged 79 years. HENSCHKE.— On the 31st December, 1932, at Moculta, Mathilda OtUlle, dearly beloved wife of the late Johann August Ernst, aged 69 years. Deeply mourned. McLEOD. — On the 4th January, at his residence, 92. Gordon road, Prospect, Fran cis Oall McLeod, aged 56 years. MH.STEAD. — On the 30th December; 1932, at the residence of her mother (Mrs. C. O'I«eary) Lowlands, Mount Gambler, Teresa Mary dearly beloved wife of Wil liam S. G. Milstead, Port MacDonnell. B.I.P. NOTTLE. — On the 5th January, at Pri- vate Hospital, Adelaide, William Henry, the dearly loved husband of Mary Ann Nottle, of Percy street, Prospect, and late of Booleroo Centre, aged 87 years. SCHNEIDER. — On the 3rd January, at Walkerie, at the residence of his eldest son, Andrew Trawgott, after a long illness, aged 78 years. Peace, perfect peace. WILLMOTT. — On the 3rd January, 1933, at his late residence, 245, Angas street. City, Edward Prime, beloved husband of Kate Wlllmott, aged 74 years. At rest. BUTLER.— On the 6th January, at Ade laide Hospital, William Robert, beloved husband of Marjorie Bu*ler, of 45, The Grove, Mrtcham, aged 40 years. CHERRY. — On the 6th January, passed . peacefully away at 30. Durham street, Glenelg, the dearly beloved wife of Charles Lucas Cherry, and loving mother of Syl vester, Charles, and Mrs. Bullock. Friend to all. R.I.P. EATON.— On the 6Hi January, at Ade laide, Samuel Joseph, dearly loved hus band of Anna Louisa Eaton, Mansfield street, North Adelaide, aged 65 years. HARDWICK. — On the 6th January, at Repatriation Hospital, Keswick, Frederick Ebenezer Hardwlck. late of 48th Battalion, A.I.F., dearly beloved husband of Esther, and loving father of Frederick Hardwick, of North Adelaide, aged 42 years. Re quiescat in pace. MUGG. — On the 5t-h January, at George town, Margaret Mugg, formerly of Good wood and Seppeltsfield. aged 77 years. MUNN.— On the 30th December, 1932, at the Narracoovte Hospital, Daniel Munn, dearly beloved husband of Harriet Edith Munn, of Hynam, aged 64 years. MOAR.— On the 25th December, 1932, et the Adelaide Hospital. Frederic George beloved husband of Lydia Moar, Albert street, Pooraka. SHANNON.— On the 29th December, 1932, at his residence, 'Messines,' Gordon street, Glenelg, James Francis, the be loved husband of Mary Shannon, and lov ing father of Sr. M. Felician (Victoria), Vera (Mrs. Byrne), Liliie (Mrs. Nairn), Mary. R.i.p. SIMMONDS. — On the 2Oth December 1932, Frederick Charles, the dearly beloved fourth eon of Elizabeth and William Sim nionds, aged 29 years. Accidentally killed. TIESTE (nee Edith Kelly).— Born at Stockport, S.A., died on the 18th Decem ber, 1932, beloved sister of E. Turner, L. Pearce, L. Harris. For her, sweet rest, For us, loving memories. BROOKS.— On the 30th December, 1932, at Orroroo Hospital, Ellen Carllne Bar bara Brooks, aged 58 loving wife of Frederick William Brooks, leaving four sons and five daughters to mourn At rest CAVENAGH— On the 7th January at Adelaide, Emily Jane, widow of William Cavenagh, of Oval terrace, Kensington aged 76 years. At rest. COVENTRY.— On the 7th January ? at Sunset Lodge, Mltcham, Mary, relic of James Coventry, aged 83 years. No mourn ing by request. DRUMMOND.— On the 7th January, at 42, Fisher terrace, Mile-End, John Francis, beloved husband of May, and loving father of Kathleen and Isabel, aged 54 years. Late S.A.R. FRY. — On the 8th January, at her late residence, No. 12, Ballantyne street West Thebarton, Nellie, dearly beloved wife of Henry A. Fry (Wee), aged 53 years. FYFE. — On the 7th January, at a pri vate hospital, North Adelaide, Matilda Eliza Fyfe, of Dunbar terrace, Glenelg, widow of Robert Fyfe, late of Templars, aged 68 years. At rest, GRANT (nee' Hooper).— On the 8th January, at Adelaide Hospital, Lillian Jean, dearly beloved wife of Gifford Henry Grant, of 98 Hargrave street, Peterhead, aged 33 years. EDWARDS. — On the' 7th. January, at Blinman, the beloved wife of T. H. Edwards, leaving two sons and one daugh ter to mourn their loss. Aged 63.

DEATHS HOPKINS— On the 7th January, at her residence, Clifton street, Cheltenham, Charlotte, widow of James R. Hopkins, late of Port Pirle, leaving four sons and one daughter. . Aged 72 years. Peace, perfect peace. JAMES-— On the 7th January, at the Hutchlnson Hospital, Gawler, Jane, widow of William James, of Murray street, Gaw ler, In her 83rd year. At rest. LEE.— On me 7th January, at 41, Hunt riss street, Torrensville, William Foster, belcved husband of Martha Ann Lee, and loving father of Harry, Jim, Harold, Mar garet, and Nell, aged 60 years. (At rest.) MASON — On the 7th January, at the residence of her son-in-law. Mi. F. J. Farrant, 2. Wilton terrace, New Mile-End, Eliza Ann. dearly beloved wife of J. W. Mason (late of O'HaUoran Hill), aged 79 years. At rest. MAGUIRE.— On the 5th January, at Adelaide Hospital, Matilda (Tlllie), of South road. Glandpre, third beloved daughter of the late James and Elizabeth Magulre, Mount Pleasant. RXP. MORGAN.— On the 8th January, at the residence of her parents, No. 8, Ramage street, Unley, Mabel Maria, the dearly be loved daughter of Stanley and Sybil Mor gan, and loving sister of Eunice and Hal, aged 17 years. A patient sufferer at rest. MTLNEB, Ernest. — Beloved husband of Ethel M. Milner, who died on the 9th January. 1932. Earth hath no sorrow but love can remove. SHEARER. — On the 7th January, at his residence Springton, James, beloved hus band of L. A. Shearer, aged 83 years. THOMS — On the 7th January, at his late residence, Cassie street, Walkervllle, George, dearly beloved husband of Eliza Thorns, aged 75 years. WHEATON.— On the 8th January, Henry Jeffrey, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Ann Wheaton, of No. 3, Fuller street, Parkside, aged 83 years- At rest. WEDLOCK. — On the 7th January, James Percy, beloved husband of Edith Wedlock, 25, Partridge street, Glenelg, aged 63 years. WRIGHT.— On the 6th January, at Ade laide, Alexander, the dearly belcved hus band of Mary Ann Wright, of 25, Albert street, Mltcham. aged 66 years. At rest. AGNEW.— On the 7th January, at his late residence, Curramulka. John, beloved husband of Barbara Agnew, aged 55 years. After a short illness. CLERKE.— On the 8th January, at Ade laide, Lilliam Elizabeth Clerke, late of 116, Glen Osmond road, Parkside, aged 73 years. DICK. — On the 8th January, at her late residence, Kauri parade, Seacliff, Caroline Gertrude, beloved wife of W. A. Dick, aged 72 years. Rest after weariness. HEALY.— On the 9th January, at 18, Woolnough road, Exeter, Mary, widow of Michael Healy, and loving mother of John, Mathew, Thomas, Mary Jane (Mrs. Baker), and Etty (Mrs. Harkness), in her 84th year. Requlescat in pace. HOOD (suddenly). — On the 28th Decem ber, 1932, at Streaky Bay Hospital, Eleanor, beloved wife of James Hood, Mt. Cooper, and loving mother of Wallie, Don, Daphne, and RoUle, aged 60 years and 10 months 'So dearly loved, -so sadly missed.' JAMES.— On the 6th January, at a pri vate hospital, Louisa, widow of William Henry James, of 102 Sixth avenue, St. Peters, aged 79 years. At rest. KEANE. — On the 8th January, at Kes wick, James Edward, beloved husband of Beatrice Mary Keane, late A.I.F., and mail branch, G.P.O., aged 47 years, Re qulescat in pace. LINES.— On the 9th January, Edith, widow of J. T. Lines, late of Stepney street, St. Peters, and dearly loved mother of Mrs. R Ey, Torrensville, and Mrs. P. O. Ellis. Toorak Gardens. MOGG. — On the 9th January, at Ade laide, Edwin James, dearly beloved hus band of Martha Mogg, aged 65 years (late of Jamestown). O'GRADY.— On the 5th January, at Alice Springs, William, dearly loved ninth son of the late Michael and Mary A. O'Grady, of ThebaTtor.. and dearly loved brother of Mrs. J. O'Leary, of Norwood, John M. J., P. J., and E. J. O'Grady. Aged 45 years. R.I.P. RYAN. — On the 9th January, suddenly, Thomas Joseph, dearly beloved husband of the late Winifred Theodore Ryan of No. 42, Scott street, Parkslde, aged 71 years. Requiescat in pace. WARREN.— On the 9th January, at pri vate hospital, Charles Topham Warren (late of Albermarle station), aged 69 years. BAYES-— On the 10th January, at the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. T. Hepworth, No. 2, George street. West Croydon, John Henry, dearly beloved hus band of Thyra Lillian Bayes, aged 31 years. At rest. BARKER (nee Morris). — On the- 8th January, at her late residence, Camira street, Oaklelgh, Victoria, Addle, the dearly beloved wife of Jack Barker, of Barker's Bakery, Oakreigh, Victoria, BORLACE.— On the 6th January, at his residence, Snowtown (suddenly), Thomas William Henry, beloved husband of Isabella Botlace, aged 61 years; leaving one son and four daughters to mourn their sad loss. CLERKE.— On the 8th January, at the Adelaide Hospital. Lilian Elizabeth, aged 73, mother of Mrs. M. C. G. Miller, Mat ron. Industrial School, Edwardstown, Rest In peace. EVANS.— On the 10th January at the Orroroo Hospital, Mabel, beloved wife of the Rev. S. Evans, Baptist Manse Orro roo. mother of Rhys, David, Audrey and Peggy, and daughter of Mrs. J. B. Martin, aged 39 years. At rest. W.A. papers please copy. FREY. — On the 10th January, at her son's residence. 39, Albion avenue, Glan dore Mrs. Emma Frey, widow of Mr. Julius Frey, leaving one son and three daughters to mourn their sad loss. Aged 71 years. JONES.— On the 4th January, at his late residence, Bullaparinga Thomas, beloved father of T. E. and H. J. Jones, In his 77th year. MANN. — On the 10th January, at the Adelaide Hospital, Johann Wilhelm Gott fried Mann, beloved husband of Bertha Mann, of Point Pass, aged 75 years. NEWTON.— On the 7th January, at Jamestown, Arthur Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Janet Clarke Newton, aged 63 years. PALMER.— On the 10th January, at Glenhuntley, the beloved wife of John Edward Palmei, granddaughter of the late William Hurst. At rest. RANKIN.— On the 10th January, at a private hospital, Peter, dearly beloved husband of Ellen May Rankin, of King street, Prospect. Peacefully sleeping. ItfCE. — On the 9th January (suddenly), Gertie May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E Rice. Toronto street, Ovlng ham, aged 10 years and 11 months.

DEATHS RYAN. — On the 9th January, suddenly. Thomas Joseph, dearly beloved husband of the late Winifred Theodore Ryan, of No. 42, Scott street, Parkside, aged 71 years. Requlescat In pace. VAWSER.— On the 10th January, at 45, Clifton street, Prospect, Seilna Adeline, beloved wife of William H. Vawser and loving mother of Mrs. S. N. (Grace) Gray, aged 64 years. _ . ' . . IN MEMOEIAM ARNOLD.— In loving memory of our dear grandma, who died at MaranSnga on 10th January, 1932. Today brings sad memcrlea Of a loving grandma gone to rest. And those that think of her today Are those that loved her best. —Inserted by her grandchildren, Linda, Thelma and Myrtle, Angaston. GANLEY.— In loving memory o* our dear husband and father, who passed away on the 11th January, 1932. A precious one from us is gone, A voice we. loved Is still; A place Is vacant In our home. That never can be filled. — Inserted by his loving wife and family. PRICE.— In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away at Tallala on 12th January 1932 Oh, how I miss you words cannot tell Your kind, happy face I loved so well; Sweetest of memories are all that aTe left Of my kind, dear old father, he was one of the best. —Inserted by his loving daughter (Laura), Mrs. W. H. Davis, Tumby Bay.

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