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BIBTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS

Announcements under this heading must be authorised by the name and address 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 Funerai Announcement is made are charged tor 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 de ceased are charged. 2/8 each for each -?? deceased mentioned, as if they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages /and Marxiage Notices require the signa ture of both parties concerned. BIRTHS ? \ ASHBY. — On the 20th of September, at Petbrie, King's Park, to Mr. and Mrs. T. W Ashby, of Cumberland — a daughter. Both well. ALDRIDGE. — On the 19th i-l. September, at AUawah Hospital, to Mr. ana Mrs. W. Ald ridge, jun. of Ethelton — a' son —(William Karl). 'Thanking Dr. Chandler and staff. ARBLASTER (nee Mavis Dixon). — On the 2lst of September, at, Sirius Hospital, Alber ton, to Mavis, wife of Walter Henry Arblaster, Alberton— a son. Both well. Thanking Dr. Arnold, Sister Shinn and staff. BARKER (nee Mavis Sandercock).- — On the 23rd of September, at Park terrace Private Hospital, to the wife of Donald K. Barker. of Calra Estate — a son i Jonathan Kemp). Thanks to Dr. A. C. McEachern and nursing staS.. No visitors for seven days. BOUNDY.— On the 21st of Setember, at the Lobethal Hospital, to the wife of H. G. Boundy, Lobethal — a son. BROOK. — On the 21st of September, at the Mount Barker Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Brook — a daughter. BURGEMEISTER (nee Doecke). — On the 14th of September, at Loxton Nursing Home, to the wife of R. G. Burgemeister, of Lyrup — a bonny daughter. Both well. Special   thanks to Nurse Weber. BEHN ? On the 17th of September, at Sol diers' Memorial Hospital, Riverton, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Herb Behn, of Saddleworth — a daughter. BAYLY. — On the 23rd of September, at Sister Bray's Private Hospital, Port Pirie, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. P. Bayly — a son (Brian John). SICKLE (nee Eunice Clisby). — On the 26th of September, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bickie, Toorak — a son (Robert Denys). Both well. Sincere thanks to Dr. Hornabrook and staff. BURGOYNE (nee Tlielma Parker). — On the 22nd of September, at Wolverton Hospi tal, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burgoyne, of Sema phore — a son. BARNETT (nee Ethel Gillesplel. — On the 4th of September, at Waikerie Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. W. Barnett, of Cadell — a daughter (Valerie Wendy). BR1NKWORTH.— On the 21st of Septem ber, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Brinkworth, of Tumby Bay — a son. BROWN (nee Pengilly). — On the 25th of September, at Rose Paris: Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. H. Browii, of Dulwich — a son. ,Both well. BURMAN.— On the 24th of September, at Aldinga Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Burman — a son. COVENTRY (nee Joyce Bristow) . — On the 23xd of September, at Sister Lewis's Hospi tal, to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Coventry. Payne iialin South — a daughter (Pay Winifred). Thanking Dr. R. N. Reilly, sisters and nurs ing staff. CARROLL. — On the 21st of September, a't Stirling District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carroll, Aldgate — a daughter (still born). CAREY (nee Duggan).— On the 22nd of September, at ''Petone,' to Mr. and Mrs. Prank C. Carey, of George street. Hawthorn — a daughter (Janice Gloria). Special thanks to Dr. Gault, Sister Campbell and staff. No visitors for five days. CHAPMAN (nee Vera Wood). — On the 22nd of September, at Quorn District Hospital, to the wife of Neville Chapman — a son (.John Benjamin James). CORNISH (nee May Porter). — On the 16th of September, at the Gumeracha Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Alwyne Cornish — a little daughter (Athalie Anne Porter). COVENTRY. — On the 22nd of September, at Sister Lewis's Hospital, Kensington, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Coventry. Athelstone — a daugh ter. Thanking Dr. Davey, hospital and staff. CHARLES -nee Tiss Arthur).— On the 15th of September, at Chatham Private Hos pital to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Charles — a son (Peter James Elliott). Thanking Dr. Cor nish, matron and staff. CLARK (nee Melva Spehr). — On the 20th of September, at Berri District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Clark — a daughter (Jen nifer Ann). DICK. — On the 15th of September, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Dick, of Murray Bridge — a daughter (Carlene Margaret). DUCKETT (nee Maud Penfold). — On the 25th of September, at Unley Private Hospi tal, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duckett — a son. DUGGAN. — On the 13th of September, at Tumby Bay Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Burn Duggan — a daughter. DUPEN (nee Joan De Ravin). — On the 20th of September, at 'St. Helens,' Windsor street, Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dupen — a daughter, DIXON. — On the 25th of September, to the Rev. Lyall and Mrs. Dixon, of Canonbury. Xondon — a son, DUNOW (nee Hilda Evans). — On the 24th of September, at Port Wakefield Private Hos- pital, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Dunow — a son. EVANS (nee McSkimming). — On the 22nd of September, at Balaklava S.M. Hospital, to May. the wife of Oliver Evans, Hoyleton— a daughter (Heather). FIETZ tnee Ve. Kendal). — On the 14th ol September, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernst L. Fielz, WlIHainstown, South Australia — a son (David Kendal). FORSTER (nee Laurel Miller). — On the 15th of September, at 'Bellaria' Private Hospital, Virginia street, Geelong, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Forster — a son (Graham Alfred). FREEMAN. — On the 21st of September, to j Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Freeman, of 11 Cross ley street, Erindale — a daughter, at Memo rial Hospital. No visitors for seven days. FERGUSON (nee Baker). — On the 22nd of September, at McBfide's Hospital, to Max-* jorie, the wife of John Ferguson, of Sefton Park — a daughter (Alison Mar jorie). GUERIN. — On the 23rd of September, at Dartford, St. Peters, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Guerin — a daughter (Beverley Allison). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. R. Verco and staff at Dartford. GORDON. — On trie 14th of September, at - Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Gor don, of Bowden — a son. GILES. — On the 20lh of September, to Norma, wife of John Gordon Giles — a son. GEORGE. — On the 24th of September, at Wendouree Private Hospital. WayvilJe, to Mr. and Mrs. John M. George, St. George's ave-. nue, Glandore West — a son (Lewis John Wil liam). No visitors for seven days. GREIG (nee Edith Sail). — At Payneham Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Greig ? — a son (Donald Albert). Special thanks to Dr. Relly, matron and staff. GOLDSWORTHY (nee Mary Wilton).— On the 23rd of September, at Rowan Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Goldsworthy, of Grange — a daughter (Mary Frances). GULLY. — On the 24th of September, to Mr. and Mrs. Stan Gully, of North Adelaide — a son (Barry), Both well. Thanking Dr. Nlgg and McBride's staff. HALLWAY. — On the 22nd of September/ at Sister Rutherford's, Semaphore, to Rene, wife of W. J. Halliday, of Whyalla— a son. Thanking Dr. Chandler and sister Ruther ford. HALES. — On the 24th of September, at 'Sirius,' La Mr. and Mrs. C. Hales, of Murray street. Albert Park — a daughter. Special thanks to Dr. Sanderson,. Sister Shinn, and staff.

BIRTHS HURN. — On the 22nd of September, at St. Ncot's Hospital, Mount Gambler, to Mr. and Mrs. John Hurn — a daughter (Pamela Jun ette). Thanking Dr. Turner and hospital staff. HOCHULI (nee Doreen Hickey). — On the 22nd of September, at Sister Lewis's Hospi tal, to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hochuli — a daugh ter.     ' HARLAND (nee Flo Currall) .—On the 20th of* September, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harland, of St. Peters — a daughter (Josephine). Special thanks to Dr. Swift and staff. IIALLIFAX (nee Armstrong)- — On the 15th of September, at Sublaco, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hallifax, Wembley, Western Aus tralia' — a daughter. HALE (nee Jean Tindall). — On the 16th of September, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hale, of Stirling — a son (John Leonard). Both well. HALLIDAY -nee Myrtle Stoeckel). — 6'n the 22nd of September, at the Berri Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Halliday — a son. HEADLAND (nee Thelma Powell). — On the 20th of September, at Memorial Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Mr. and Mrs. Headland, of Woods Point — a son (Robert John). Thanking Dr. Wicks and nursing staff. HYDE (nee E. Evans). — On the 18th of September, at 'Berklea' Hospital, Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hyde, Port Lincoln — a son (Douglas Evan). Both well. JEWASKIEWITZ. — On the 18th of Sep tember, at Unley. Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jewaskiewitz, of Goodwood Park — a son (Kevern Stanley). Thanks to Dr. Steeie Scott and staff. JACKSON. — On the 19th of September, to Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Jackson, of Peterborough — a daughter. JAKRETT (nee Thelma Hamlyn). — On the 19th of September, at Sister Lewis's. Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jarrett, of Norwood — a daughter (Rhonda Joy). JAMES. — On the 24th of September, to Barbara, wife of C. W. James, of Port Pirie — a daughter. KENNEDY (nee V. Owens).— On the 23rd of September, at Glenwynne Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Don Kennedy — a son. Spe cial thanks to Dr. Fleming and Sisters Winckel and Cowper. No visitors for five days. KERNICK.— On the 19th of September, at the Hindmarsh Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kernick, of 1 Dudley street, West Croydon — a daughter. Both well. LOCK.— On the 19th of September, at Restholme, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Lock, of North Adelaide — a daughter (Jillien Anne). Thank ing Dr. Gregerson Sister Matthews, and staff. LAMMING.— On the 20th of September, , at 'Koonawarra' Private Hospital, Kadina, to the wife of J. Lamming — a daughter. LONGMIR.E I nee Ivy McSkimming). — On the 20th of September, at Cleve Hospital, to the wife of Stan Longmlre, Lock — a son (Lyndon Stanley). Both well. LEADER. — On the . 24th .of September, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Leader — a dauRhter (Wendy). MARTIN (nee Leach). — On the 21st of September, at Stirling District Hospital, to Jean, the wife of Arthur Lancelot Martin, of Mount Lofty — a daughter. Both well. Very special thanks to Dr. Arthur Reid, Matron Perry, and staff. McCABE.— On the 24th of September, at the Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Beth, wife of J. J. McCabe, Hamley Bridge — a daughter. MESSNER (nee Thelma Virgo). — On the 24th of September, to Mr. and Mrs. Colin Messner. of St. Kilda, Victoria — a son. Both well. McFARLANE (nee Nankervis). — On the 24th of September, at Wolverton Private Hospital, to tne wife of Mr. A. McFarlane, of Cheltenham — a son. Sincere thanks to Dr. Powell and hospital staff. MIDTVIK (nee Nance Gabb. late of Alber ton).— On the 19th of September, at Royal Hospital for Women, to Mr. and Mrs. Knut Midtvik, of Lane Cove, N.S.W. — a, son (Robin). O'DONNELL (nee Elsie Sincock). — On the 24th of September, at 22 Hamley street. City, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. O'Donnell — a son (Trevor John). PATRICK.— At Malvern Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patrick — a son. Both well. PETERSON (nee Nellie Williams). — On the 17th of September, at the Yorketown Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Peterson, Yorke town — a daughter (Kay). Both well. PARKINSON (nee Coad). — On the 19th of September, to Margaret, wife of William J. Parkinson, of Murray Bridge — a daughter (Margaret Elizabeth). PLATTEN. — On the 22nd of September, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and. Mrs. W. J. Platten — a daughter. REESE. — On the 13th of September, at the Eudunda Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Reese, of Eudunda — a son (Leon Eugene). ROEBUCK (nee Gwen Wotton). — On the 21st of September, at Stirling Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Roebuck, of Mylor — a son. No -visitors. STALLEY.— On the 19th of September, to Joyce, wife of Allan Kempton Stalley— a daughter (stillborn). SMITH.— On the 19th of September, at Wolverton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith, of Derby street, Semaphore — a son (Brenton Wayne). SHEEHAN.— On the 21st of September, at the Tailem Bend Hospital, to the wife of Joseph Sheehan — a son (Peter). Special thanks to Dr. Turner and hospital staff. SEAMAN (nee Iris Crocker). — On the 23rd of September, at S.M. Hospital, Peterborough, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seaman, of Peter borough—a daughter (Pameja~ Rae) , BoU- well. SELLNER (nee Lydia Behn). — On the 6th of September, at the Morawa Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Sellner. of Perenjori, W.A. — a daughter (Daphne Norreen). Both well. SIIOOI.BREAD. — On the 25th of Septem ber, at Sister Lewis's Hospital, Kensington, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Shoolbread — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Halloran and hospital staff. SELLNER (nee Lydifi Behn). — On the 6th of September, at the Morawa Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. B, W. Sellner of Perenjori, W.A. — a daughter (Daphne Norreen). Both well. SQUIRE.— On the 24th of September, at Chatham Private Hospital. Keswicfc, to Jessie, wife of Laurence Squire — a son (Frank John). Both well. l TURBILL.— On the 23rd of September, at St. Ann's. Cheltenham, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Turbill, of New Queenstown — twins (boy and giri). All well. No visitors for five days. TYLEY (nee Nicholson). — On the 21st of September, at Chatham Private Hospital, Keswick, to Mr. and Mrs. Len Tyley, 71 Brookcr terrace, Richmond — a son. THOMAS. — On the 19th of September, at Memorial Hospital. Riverton, to Eva, wife of A. J. F. Thomas, Tarlee — a son. TONKIN. — On the 23rd of September, at the Aston Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tonkin — a daughter. No visitors for seven days. JTREVITHICK (nee Freda Matthews). — On the 20th of September, at Sirius Private Hospital, to the wife of R. H. Trevithlck, Pen nington — a bonny son (Richard John). Both well. Thanking Dr. Arnold, Sister Shinn and staff. ? WINTER.— On the 19th of September, at Wolverton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Win ter, of Wayville — a sou. Thanking Dr. Bollen and nursing staS. WALKER.— On the 18th of September, at Wolverton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Walker, of Semaphore — a daughter. WILKS (nee Eugene Clarke). — On the 9th of September, at the South Coast District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Wllks — a son (Barry John). . WEBB (nee Thelma Bridgman). —On the   22nd of September, at Unley Private Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Webb —a son   (Raymond Gordon). WOOLCOCK. —On the 20th of September, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Woolcock, of Reynella —a son.  

BIRTHS WHITAKER (nee Ena Foureur). —On the   22nd of September, at Hindmarsh Private Hospital, to the wife of Ted Whitaker, Port road. Welland —a bonny son (Ed ward John).   Both well.         WILLIAMS (nee Enid Farrer). —On the   25th of September, to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Williams, of 61 Sussex terrace, Westbourne Park, at Unley Private Hospital —a daughter. WILSON. —On the 24th of September, at Lameroo District Hospital, to the wife of S. C. Wilson —a son. Both well. Thanking     Dr. Cock, matron and staff.   WOODARDS (nee Dulcie May). —On the 19th of September, at "St.'Neots" Private Hos pital, Mount Gambier, to the wife of Ronald F. Woodwards —a son (John Harrison). MARRIAGES ANDERSON— McBRIDE.— On the 23rd of September, at the Central Methodist Manse, Port Flrle, by the Rev. A. E. Vogt, Lionel Thomas, eldest son of Mrs. E. F. T. and the late Mr.-T. H. Anderson, of 9 Ronald street, Solomontown, to Mary Catherine (Molly), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. McBride, of Hundred of Pirie. BLAIR — RICE. — On the 26th of August at Wayville. by the Rev. David Chapman, Ellen Mabel Rice to Henry Hathaway Blair. BROOKS— LEE. — On the 19th of August, at the Baptist Manse, Clare, by Pastor M. G. B. Milne, Ellen M., widow of Hamlyn Lee, to Ernest, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Andrew Brooks. Present address: Box 17, Hammond. KOEHNE— McDONALD. — On the 9th ' of September, at the Pirie street Methodist Church, by Rev. John Crossley, Gladys Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. McDonald, of West Croydon, to Arthur Ronald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Koehne, of Salisbury. MACDONALD — BISHOP. — The marriage of Francis G., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F, Macdonald, of Orroroo, to Beatrice M., second daughter of captain and Mrs. W. Bishop, 65 Fletcher road. Sandwell. was cele brated on the 21st of September, at Sema phore. McGORM— OLSEN.— The marriage of Jack Ashby, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Matthew McGorm, of Portland, to Sylvia Vera, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Olsen, 8 Robert street. Sandwell, was cele brated at St.- Bede's, Semaphore, on Satur day, the 23rd of September. McCALLUM— HEBBARD.— On the 18th Of September, at Adelaide, Jean Muriel, young est daughter of Mrs. C. Pretty and late Mr. Pretty, to John Stuart, only son of Mr. and Mrs. McCallum, Adelaide. TIDCMANN — BIRCH. — On the 17th of August, at Christ Church. North Adelaide, by Rev. A. L. Bulbeck, Beryl Chudleigh, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Birch, of Millswood, to Ernest Phillips, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tldemann, of Somerton. TAYLOR— McINNES.— On the 18th of Sep tember, at Adelaide, Betty, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mclnnes, of Broken Hill, to Cameron Harold, only son of Mrs. C. Taylor, of Adelaide. SILVER WEDDINGS BRAUNACK— ZILM. — On the 1st of Octo ber, 1914, at Nain Lutheran Chtfrch, by the Rev. A. Sabel, Selma, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. Zilm. of Walton, to Gustave, eldest son of Mrs. H. Braunack and the late Mr. Braunack, of Gomersal. Present address, 'Fair View,' Gomersal, via Tanunda. ENGAGEMENTS ANDREW — ROYALS. — The engagement is announced of Jean, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, of Thebarton, to Wil liam, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Royals, of Queenstown. ASHTON— DUFFNER.— The engagement is announced of Miss Reta Ashton, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Ashton, of Hawthorn, to Robert H. Duffner, youngest son of Mrs. E. Duffner and the late Mr. E. Duffner, of Derbyshire, England. ARMSTRONG — KIRTLAND.— The engage ment is announced of Gwen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Armstrong, of Bowden, to Wilfred, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kirtland, of Prospect. BROADBENT— ALDENHOVEN.— The en gagement is announced of Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Broadbent. of Berri. to Roy Aldenhoven, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Aldenhoven, of Yorke town. BAILY — WINTER. — The engagement is announced of Lillian M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.,S. Baily, of Broadview, to R W. J. (Jack), only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Winter, of Colonel Light Gardens West. BUCKLEY — ALDENnOVEN.— The engage ment is announced of Ivy Doreen, youngest daughter of Mrs; and the late Mr. J. F. Buckley, of Mannum. to Len, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Aldenhoven, of Yorke lown. BAYLY — COOK. — The engagement Is an nounced of Laura M.. fifth daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Bayly, to Neil H. Cook, both of Broken Hill, N.S.W. BARTHOLOMEW — BRITTAIN. — The en gagement is announced of Dorothy M., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bar tholomew, of Victor Harbor, to Sydney R., second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brittain, of Port Elliot. CALBERT — BROOK. — The engagement is announced of Patricia, only daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Calbert. of Highbury, to Colin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Brook, of Woodville Park. CAMPBELL — CRICK.— The engagement is announced of Nellie, third daughter of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. C. Campbell, of Eliza beth street. New Mile End. to Perce Howard, second son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Crick, of May street, .Seftou Park. DALY — BARBER. — The engagement Is an nounced of Evelyn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Daly, of Buller street. Prospect, to Sydney, the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bar ber* of Carey street. Camden. EAST — LANDER. — The engagement is an nounced of Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon East, of Prospect, to Harry, eldest sou of Mr.. T. Lander, of Medindie. ECKERT — O'BRIEN. — The engagement Is announced of Gwenda, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Eckert, of West Croy don. to James Martin O'Brien, of Panchito Park, West Mitcham. FORSAITH — FISK.— The engagement is announced of May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forsaith, Port Pirie, to Noel, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fisk, of Canberra. FAULKNER — GOODFELLOW. — The en gagement is announced of Eileen Monica, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Faulkner, 'Ren-Kluaf,' Mintaro, to Percy P., fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Good fellow, Marrabel. GROOM— BADMAN. ? The engagement is announced of A. Jean, bnly child of Mr. H. R. Groom, of Yacka, and the late Mrs. Groom, to Laricel C, third son of Mr. A. O. Badman M.H.R. and Mrs. Badman of Yacka. GREEN— POLGREEN.— The engagement is announced of Elsie, only child of Mrs. I. Green, of Unley, and the late Mr. A. R. Green, to Ronald, only son of Mr.- and Mrs. J. C. Polgreeu', of Bowden. GIPP — KERNICK ? The engagement is an* nounced of Dulcle Roma, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gipp, of St. Peters, to Ernest Ralph, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Kernick, of Prospect. HARRIS — AUXHURCH.— The engagement Is announced of Lorna M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris, of Solomon town, to Basil E., second son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Allchurch. of Crystal Brook. HALL — APPLEBEE. — The engagement is announced of Sylvia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hall Prospect to Laurence, elder son of Mr. and. Mrs. L. G. Applebee, Buckland Park, Two Wells, HEADLAND — BATES. — The engagement is announced of Joy, only -daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. E. Headland, of Evan dale, to Donald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bates, of Unley. HARRISON — TAYLOR.— The engagement is announced of Gwen B., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harrison, Melton,- to Rex P., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor, Kul para. JARRETT — CHAMPION.— The engagement is announced of Merle, second daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. T. Jarrett, of Wol seley to Jack, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Champion, of Murray .Bridge. JERICHO— WESSLING.— The engagement is announced of Sylvia, second daughter of Mr. F. W. Jericho and the -late- Mrs. Jericho, Cleve,' to Eric, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A; Wesslng, Wondai. . Queensland.

JOHN— WRIGHT .--The engagement Is an nounced of Doris, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. John, of 83 Cheltenham iparade, Cheltenham, to Alan, second sori'-of Mrs. and the late Mr. L. H. Wright, of Adelaide. , KALLESKE — KING. — The engagement is announced of Myra, only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. H. E. Kalleske, to Her bert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. King, both LUMLEY — PENNO. — The engagement is announced of Gwenda M., .the only daughter or . Mr. and Mrs. J. Lumley, of Ethelton, to Thomas H., only- son df Mrs. and the late Mr. W. J. Penno, of Maglll. MACK— CLARKE.— The engagement is an nounced of Peggy; only daughter or Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mack, of Richmond, to Thomas Hood, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Clarke, of King's Park. O'SHEA— CORCORAN.— The engagement is announced of Moya, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O'Shea, of Hewitt avenue, Toorak. to Gerald, youngest sou of Mr. and late Mrs. Corcoran, or Tantanoola. PAULJL— NEWBURY.— The engagement is announced of Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs R. H. Paull, of. Rosslyn Park, to Charles, elder son of Rev. A. C. and Mrs. Newbury, of Newstead. PATERNOSTER — SMITH. — The engage ment is announced of Edna M., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Paternoster, 'Mayville.' Sandy Creek, to Robert L. iTar coola), second son of Mrs. M. E Smith and the late Mr. S. Smith, of Adelaide. ROGERS — SHEERLOCK. — The engagement is announced of Fay, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. .F. Rogers, Kalangadoo. South-East, to Jack, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sheerlock, Henley Beach road Torrensville. SMITH —SPACKMAN. —The engagement is     announced of Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Smith, of Exeter, to Roy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Spackman, of Rhynie. SANDERS —WITHERS. —The engagement     is announced of Mavis, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sanders, of Semaphore, to Thomas C., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Withers, of Lockleys. SMITH —NORCOCK. —The engagement is announced of Patricia (Pat), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith, Bagot avenue, Mile End, to Gordon, youngest son of Mrs. M. and the late Mr. L. H. Norcock, late Stockade Reserve. STEWART —STEART. —The engagement is   announced of Florence Jean, second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stewart, of Sema phore, to Frederick W. J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Steart, of Southwark. SURFIELD —BUESCHKE. —The engage ment is announced of Edna M., only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Surfield, Rosewater,   to Ernest G. (Mick), third son of Mrs. A. P. Clutterham and the late C. E. Blieschke, Port Germein. STEER —ARTHUR. —The engagement is     announced of Rita Gladys, only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. R. G. Steer, of Ade laide, to Bill Graham, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Kenneth Arthur, of Rose Park. TROTT — SMITH. — The engagement is an nounced of Frances, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Trott, of Kensington Park, to Donald J.. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith, of Edwardstown. THOMAS — BOOTH. — The engagement is announced of Gwendolyn Amy, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas, of Sturt. to Lindsay Stanley, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Booth, of Reynella. WHYTE — MASHFORD.— The engagement is announced of Muriel M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Whyte, of 'Yeltana,' Kimba, to Victor H.. only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mashford, of Adelaide. WATERS — SCHRADER — The engagement is announced of Rita Ilene. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Waters, of Exeter, to Frederick James, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Schrader. of Birkenhead. YELLAND — INNES. — The engagement Is announced of Mavis, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yelland. The Terrace, Port Pirie, to Kenneth Norman, only son of Mrs. M L. and the late Mr. W. G. Innes, Port Pirie. DEATHS ANDREWS.— On the 19th of September, at Broken Hill, .William Richard, darling son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Andrews, Avondale Station, Broken Hill, aged 6 months. Peace fully laid to rest Mitcham Cemetery, Ade laide, 20th September. ARTHUR.— On the 20th of September, at his residence. Commercial road, Salisbury, Samuel, beloved husband of Catherine Arthur, aged 69 years. ADAMS. — On the 23rd of September, at Karoonda, Annie, the beloved wife of V. E. I Adams, and loving mother of Harry C-, Robt., Mary and Adeline. Peacefully at rest. BROOK. — On the 25th of September, at his residence, 'Fail-view,' Woodchester, Wil liam, dearly beloved husband of Prudence Brook, son of the late William Brook, and dearly beloved father of Mary, Murray and Grace, and loving -grandfather of little Bronte. Aged 86 years. BEGG. — On the 16th of September, at 'Waiora' Rest Home, Malvern, Victoria, Matilda Champion Begff, formerly of Ade laide. BALDOCK. — On the 12th of September, at Kaniva, Victoria, Henry Baldock. late of Mount Torrens, son of the late James and Jane Baldock, aged 78 years. Leaving five brothers and three sisters. -N BURTON. — On the 20th of September, at Murray Bridge, Rose, dea'rly beloved wife of Herbert Charles Burton, of Mary terrace, Murray Bridge. At rest. BRADLEY. — On the 25th of September, at the residence of her son, Post Office, Beau fort, Alice Bradley, beloved mother of Edith and Walter, in her 85th year. BAKER. — On the 22nd of September, at 126 Esplanade, Brighton, Harriet Ann, be loved widow of William Kendall Baker. BRENNAN.— On the 24th of September, Kamilla 'Cora' (nee Vanari). dearly beloved wife of Laurence Anthony and loving mother of little Peter Brennan, of 9 Pinda street, Kilkenny. Aged 27 years. Requiescat in pace. BYLES.-^On the 23rd of September, at Burra Hospital, Jesse Byles, late brother of William, Harry, George and Jack. Also brother of Mrs. Dixou and Mrs. Mickel, aged 72 years. At rest. CASHMORE. — On the 22nd of September, at a private hospital, Arthur Brooke, dearly loved son of the late George and Elizabeth Cashmore, of Staffordshire, England. . COLIGAN.-^-On the 25th of September, Mary Catherine, dearly beloved wife of the late James John Coligan. R.I.P. CORMACK. — On the 23rd of September, at 9 Walker street, Birkenhead, Marinda, relict of John P, Cormack, leaving four sons and three daughters to mourn their sad loss. CORRELL. — On the 23rd of September, at his daughter's residence, Echunga, Charles Boland, relict of Edith Correll, late of Wood side, aged 34 years. (Suddenly).   CARTER. — On the 21st of September, at   Hurstville, Sydney. N.S.W., Fred, dearly be   loved husband of Rose and loving father of   Frederick, Ethel, Arthur and Aubrey (late   of Kenton Valley), aged 78 years. At rest.   CAPPER. — On the 22nd of September, at   Adelaide, Raymond Oswald Ernest, beloved   husband .of Doris Lucy Capper, of 12 Cowan street, Erindale, aged 53 years. (Result of accident) .   CAMPBELL. — On the 22nd of September, Lawrence Clifford (Cliff) Campbell, late of   10th Battalion, A.I.F., of Coglin street, Ade laide, beloved second son of the late John   and Jane Campbell, of Prospect, and brother   of Frank, Elizabeth. Catherine (deceased)   and Jane, aged 49 years. Requiescat in pace.   CAHILL. —On the 21st of September, at     her residence, 'Kingsley,' Winnifred street,   Hayhurst (suddenly), Emily, the dearly be   loved wife of John Cornelius Cahlll, and lov   ing mother of- Harold, Elsie, Ann Mornington, and Bill. Aged 70 years. Resting.   CALLAGHAN. —On the 21st of September,   (after a short illness), Emma Callaghan, of Porter street, Parkside, and dearly loved   mother of Marie, Dan and Ethel.

DEATHS             ,,D{'jr.---On the 20th of .September; sitr h5s- ' pital, William, dearly belored son or Mr. aad Mrs. Edward James Daly, of 18 Sinclair terrace, Largs Bay, aged 28 years. Requieff cat in pace. . DONALD.— On the 21st of September, Ed ward Daniel dearly beloved husband of Elsie Ethel Donald (nee Wiseman), and loving father of Keith and Lois. Aged 25 years. DALLOW — On the 22nd of September, at Frances, John Dallow. late -or Grange road, Hindmarsh, aged 80 years, leaving five sons and five daughters. R.I.F. DIECKMANN.— On. the 21st of September. at his residence. 30 Fourth street. Gawler South, Wilhelm Theodor (Ted), the dearly beloved husband of Margaret Dieckmann. - aged 70 years. DREW.— On the 20th of September, at Adelaide, Alan Godfrey, dearly beloved hus band of Lottie Drew, of 'Beringa,' Leighton and loving father of Dorothy and Peter. Aged 45 years. . ^ ELFORD. — On the 20th of September, at Wallaroo, Ellen, dearly beloved wife of the late William Northey Elford. and loving mother of Ethel (Mrs. W. C. Jones. Kings wood I, Will (Torrensville), Dora (Mrs. W. V. Standish. Kingswood). Nelle (deceased), and Rita (Wallaroo), aged 74 years. FREEBAIRN.— On the 21st of September, at Sydney, John Youl, second son of the late W. and I. Freebairn. and loving brother at Jim, Susie, Will, Norman, and Belle. Aged 66 yeaTs. GILSON. — On the 21st of September, at Adelaide, Maud Mary Gilson, of 74 Ward stre-t, North Adelaide. Aged 76 years'. At rest. GAMLIN. — On the 20th of September, at hospital. Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Emma Gamlin. and loving father of Myrtle, Hector, Herbert, and Ronald, of 8 Princess 6treet. Croydon, in his 80th year. At rest. GUERIN. — On the 24th of September, at his residence, Gawler road, Salisbury, Michael, dearly beloved husband of Bridget Guerin, aged 79 years. Requiescat in pace. GRAY. — On the 23rd of September, at her residence, G King William street, Kent Town, Maria Christina Albertine, widow of Harry Gray, aged 88 years. GREEN. — On the 24th of September, at private hospital, Iris, beloved daughter of W. and F. Wightman, of Ashton, in her 41st year. At rest. HOLT. — On the 25th of September, at 40 Byron road, Black Forest, Amelia Victoria, ?widow of George Holt, aged 70 years. Peace fully sleeping. HELLING. — On the 24th of September. Nora, beloved wife of Edwin Helling, of Tanunda. HICKS.— On the 22nd of September, at Phillis street, Maylands, Elizabeth, loved sister of Sally and . eldest daughter of the late Stephen and Elizabeth Hicks (late of. Maesbury street, Kensington). In God's care. HONEYCHURCH. — On the 20th of Sep tember, at his late residence, 26 Labrina avenue, Prospect, Thomas, dearly loved hus band of Margaret Honeychurch and loving father of William, John, Ada, Albert, Fred, and James, in his 80th year. HAWKE.— On the 20th of September (after a long illness), Alice Felicile. loved wife o£ the late William Leonard Hawke, loving mother of little Roger, and youngest daugh ter of Mrs. and the late E. J. Herbert. W.A. papers please copy. HEALE. — On the 16th of September, at her late residence, Elder road. Birkenhead, Lily, dearly beloved mother of Bert, Olive, Madge, Walter, Melva, Charles. Peacefully sleep ing. HAZELL. —On the 22nd of September, at   a private hospital. William Clifford Hazell, late of IXL Import Co., King William street, aged 64 years. HERBERTT. —On the 22nd of September, at her son's residence, 11 Stuart road, Pros pect, Lousia Jane, loving wife of the late George Herbertt, and mother of William, George, Phylis, Lewis, and two grandchildren, Joyce and Kevin, aged 71 years. Peacefully resting. HASLAM. —On the 25th of September, at   Wellington, New Zealand, Albert Llewellyn, eldest son of the laid Honorable William and Mrs. Haslam, aged 65 years. HAWKE. —On the 26th of September, at a   private hospital, Alice Louisa, widow of R. S. Hawke, of Kapunda, and loved mother of Harry, of Payneham, aged 64 years. HUTCHINSON. —On the 25th of Septem   ber, at Athelstone, Alice, dearly beloved wife of Matthew Hutchinson and loving mother of Reg, Jack, Ken, and Don, in her 63rd year. JAMIESON. —On the 26th of September, at   Bordertown, Hazel Mary, beloved third daughter of S. A. and F. M. Jamieson, of Tailem Bend, in her 21st year. JAMES. —On the 22nd of September,   Catherine, dearly beloved wife of Gordon James, of 22 Moseley street, Glenelg, aged 51 years. Requiescat in pace. JOHNSON. —On the 21st of September, at   Adelaide, Frank (late of Islington, S.A.R.), dearly beloved husband of C. Johnson, of 3 Hampton grove, Norwood, loving father of Malcolm and brother of L. Johnson. Aged 44 years. JOHNSON. — On the 20th of September, at hospital, Arthur Frederick, dearly beloved husband of Lorna Muriel Johnson, of 129 Swan terrace, Semaphore, aged 31 years. JENKINS. —On the 22nd of September,   at Adelaide (result of accident), Dorcas Leah, loved wife of the late Benjamin Jenkins, of 36 Victoria street, Parkside, lov ing mother of Clyde, Loyde, Isobel, and lov ing grandmother of Olive. Aged 72 years. JOHNSTONE. —On the 23rd of September,   at Port Augusta Hospital, Francis Sutton Johnstone, aged 64 years, dearly beloved hus band of Mary Johnstone (nee Kelly). .JEFFREYS. —At Melbourne (suddenly),   Norman, beloved son of the late Benjamin and Alice Jeffreys, of Casterton, loved brother of George (Adelaide), Lance (Mel bourne), Claude, Henry, Russell, Ida, Kate, and Dorothy (Mrs. Reid, Hamilton). JEFFREYS. —On the 21st of September,   at South Yarra (suddenly), Norman Verner, dearly loved husband of Dorothy Frances Jeffreys, of Kingswood, South Australia, lov   ing father of Peter Maxwell, aged 49 years. Dearly loved. KEELEY. —On the 24th of September, at   Adelaide, James Hurtle, loved husband of Mary Ann Keeley, of 57 East street, Torrens ville, aged 78 years. Requiescat in pace. KESTER. —On the 23rd of September, at   Adelaide, Vernon James, dearly beloved second son of Ernest George and Hilda Elsie Kester, 2 Nile street, Glenelg, loving brother, of Roy, Doris, Harold, Frank, Jean, and Ken. Aged 16 years. Sadly missed. KNOWLES. —On the 24th of September, at   his late residence. Mannum, Arthur, beloved husband of Pauline Wilhelmine Knowles, aged 64 years. KRUGER. —On the 18th of September, at   Cleve Hospital, Maria Elizabeth, relict of Johann Andreas Kruger, leaving 5 sons and 2 daughters. Aged 75 years. Peacefully at rest. LANE. —On the 23rd of September, at 272   Halifax street, city (suddenly), Elizabeth Lane, aged 86 years. At rest. LEEDER. —On the 21st of September, at   West Perth, W.A., Hannah Bennett, widow of Jesse David Leeder, of Leederville and York, and loved stepmother of Olive. Aged 36 years and 11 months. LEAK. —On the 20th of September, at his   residence, 57 First avenue, Forestville, Henry, dearly beloved husband of Jessie Leak, and loving father of Herb, Laura, Lillian, Roll, Mabel, Allan, and the late Reg. (A.I.F.), aged 91 years. Resting..   I.OLLER. —On the 18th of September, at Bruce Rock, W.A. (suddenly), James L., be loved husband of Rose, and second son of Mrs. and the late T. Loller, of Red Banks, S.A., age 59 years. LEE. —On the 1st of September, at Ade   laide Hospital, George Hall, beloved son of the late John and Jemima Lee, late of "Con- stantine Grove," Barabba, and beloved bro ther of John, Torrensville; Edith, Claypans, and Watts, Collie, W.A., leaving wife, three sons, Gordon, Fred and Murray, and one daughter, Mrs. Howard Gale. Aged 58 years 10 months. LOWE.—On the 22nd of September, at her   residence, 44 Sussex terrace, Westbourne Park, Mary Agnes, widow of Carl Heinrich Lowe, formerly of the Burra, South Australia, aged 76 years.     (Continued on Next Page)

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DEATHS MITCHELL— On the 2ist of September, at a private hospital, Adelaide, Mary, beloved wife of Robin Mitchell, of Clarendon. Aged 66 years. At rest. McSKIMMING. — On the 24th of Septem ber at St. Peters,' Pauline Augusta Mc Skimming, dearly beloved mother of Isabel, Slora, Minnetla. Agnes, Myra, Gilbert, Walter and Gladys, aged 81 years. Sweet rest at last. MANGELSDOBF.-7-On the 23rd of Sep tember, at Adelaide, H. G. (Harry), dearly beloved husband of Sarah Annie Hangels dorf, of Standen street, Murray Bridge, and loving lather of DossSe. Irene, Merle, Mavis and the late Murray Mangelsdorf, aged 70 years. MATTHEWS. — On the 25th of September, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. E. C Pridham, 18 Park street, Woodville, Janet (Johnston), widow of Daniel Matthews, Mis sionary to Aborigines, in her 91st year. 'Let not your heart be troubled.' — St. John 14, 1. McNAMARA. — On the 23rd of September, at Orroroo Hospital, -Patrick McNamara, of Pekina. eldest son of the late Thomas and Bridget McNamara. MOBBS. — On the 25th of September, at Adelaide Elsie Olive, dearly beloved wife of Alfred William George Mobbs, of Govern ment road, Murray Bridge, leaving .two sons end seven daughters, aged 49 years. NADORT. — On the 26th of September, at -Adelaide. John William, dearly beloved Infant eon of William Joseph and Annie Nadort, of Uttlehampton, aged 6 months. NELSON. — On the 24th of September, at her late residence, 8 Newman street, Forcst ville, Alice Nelson, a loving mother, and wife of the late Thos. Nelson, Aged 66 years. Dearly loved. NIENABER. — On the 19th of September, at Jtenmark Hospital, Albert Otto, beloved hus band of the late Annie Amelia Nienaber, late of Henley Beach, and loved father of Lionel and Jean, aged 57 years. ORMSBY. — On the 23rd of September, at 'Wallaroo, Emily Elizabeth, dearly beloved wife of Thomas Ormsby, late of Dublin, and loving mother of Jack, Alfred and Mary (Mrs. Hicks), aged 64 years. Requiescat in pace. ~ PARISH. — On the 25th of September, at Adelaide Hospital, Margaret Ann, dearly be loved wife of William Whiting Parish, of Murray Bridge, and loving mother of Beattie, Mable, Gertie, Billy. Bertha, Harry, Evan, and Beryl, aged' 72 years. Rest in peace. PARISH ? On the 25th of September, at Adelaide, Margaret Ann, dearly beloved wife of William Palish, of Edmund terrace, Mur ray Bridge, leaving three sons and five daughters, aged 72 years. PRICE. — On the 25th of September, at her late residence, 231 High' street. Queenstown, Ellen Mary, relict of George Price, aged 77 years. A patient sufferer at rest. PFIELER. — On the 20th of September, at his late residence, Nuriootpa, Oswald Hein lich Gustav Pfeiller, aged 74 years. At rest. PARKEN. — On the 22nd of September, at private hospital, Woodville. Peari Olive Parken, dearly beloved daughter of Mrs. and the late L. A. Parken, of Wilson street. Pros pect, aged 31 years. PAUL. — On the 22nd of September, at hospital, Fanny, widow of William Pau1 (Clapham), and daughter of the late Edward Stanton, late of Springton. aged 73 years. At rest. PAXTON. — On the 21st of September, at a. private hospital, Mary Jane, beloved widow of Richard Fairey Paxton, of 4 Augusta street. Maylands. Aged 89 years. PETERS. — On the 24th of September, at her residence, 14 Oxford street, Hyde Park, Constance, dearly beloved sister of Eliza beth Annie (Mrs. Holder, England) and Alfred, of Norwood. PORTER.— At Laura, on the 23rd of Sep tember, peacefully, Mary Ann, widow of Henry W. Porter, and loving mother of Wil liam, John. Joe, Victor^and Mrs. A. Walter and Mrs. J. C. Walter,-Mrs. F. W. Symons, and Miss Mildred, aged 86 years.' No mourn ing, by request. PHILLIPS.— On the 26th of September, at a private hospital, John, dearly beloved hus band of Serena Phillips, and' loving father of John V., Lorna, and Marjorie. Aged 74 years. PRINCE.— On the 22nd of September, at a private hospital, Paul, beloved husband of Rose Prince and loving father of Pauline and Kathleen, and loving grandfather of Janite, aged 59 years. REES. — On the 22nd of September, at Wallaroo. William John, dearly loved hus band of the lale Mary Rees and loving father of Gwen -Mrs. V. Winter) and grand lather of Alec and Margaret, aged 79 years. RCSHTON. — On the 22nd of September, at his residence. 8 Fourth avenue. Helmsdale, Edwin (Ted), beloved husband of Elizabeth Emma Rushton (late S.A.R.). In his seventhy-eight year. (Suddenly.) ROBERTS. — On. the 19th of September, at Adelaide. Albert Roberts, of 3 Birdwood avenue, and late of Port Lincoln, and be loved father of Ethel and Mary, aged 74 years. Resting. ROBERTS, Desmond Austin. — Dearly loved Infant son of William and Margaret Roberts and beloved brother of Graham, 214 South terrace, Adelaide, died on the 22nd of September, aged 1 year 8 months. 'Suffer little children to come unto Me.' ROBERTS. — On the 21st of September, at his residence. Red Banks, Melville William, dearly loved son of Hurtle and Elsie Roberts, of 46 Kenneway street. Tusmore, and lale of Eed Banks. Aged 34 years. ROBERTS.— On the 21st of September, at his residence. Red Banks, Melville William, dearly beloved husband of Margery Murious Eoberts, and loved daddy of Malcolm and Rosemary. Aged 34 years. ROBERTS.— On the 24th of September, at the Home for Incurables. Fullarton. Amy, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Eoberts, of Goodwood, aged 86 years. ROBINSON. — On the 24th of September, at Clare. Norman Leslie, beloved husband of Caroline Lucy Robinson, of 47b Henley Beach road. Mile End, and loving father of Laurel and Norma. Aged 52 years. Resting. RUSS, Vcra. — On the 25th of September, at her father's residence, 28 West Parkway, Keade Park, dearly beloved friend of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carter, A. J. Carter and L. J. Gill. RUSS — On the 25th of September, at her residence, 28 West Parkway, Reade Park, Vera, dearly beloved daughter of Thomas and Annie Ruse, and loving sister of Evelyn and Coney. (No flowers nor mourning by special request.) Aged 28 years. RYAN.— On the 21st of September, at St Kilda, Melbourne. Elizabeth Ryan, loving mother of Florrie and Harold, late of 20 Breaker street, Holmesdale. Aged 78 years. Best in peace. SMITH.— On the 24th of September, at his residence, 16 Tarcowie street, Kilkenny, James, dearly beloved husband of Emma Charlotte Smith, aged 76 years. At rest. - SMITH.— On the 12th of September, at Quorn, Charles Thomas, dearly beloved hus band of the late Mary Agnes, and loving lather of Myrtle, Maggie, Herbert, Amy and Dick, aged 76. At rest. W.A. papers please copy. SHAW.— On the 19th of September, at Some lor Incurables, Fullarton, George Shaw, aged 85 years. SMALL.— On the 20th of September, Allan, darling baby of Mr. and Mrs. G. Small, of Brighton, aged 2 weeks, and loving brother of Mavis, Joan and Jim. Only lent. THOMPSON. — On the 26th of September, fit her residence, Brians road, Northfield, Mary Agnes, beloved widow of Richard Archer Thompson, and loving mother of Jack, Bill, Dorie, and Val, aged 64' years. Requiescat In pace. SALTER. — On the 25th of September, at Adelaide, William Edward, dearly beloved husband of Jessamine Joyce Salter, of Mc Cormack avenue, South Payneham, aged 26 years. SMITn. — On the 19th of September, Emma Louisa, dearly loved wife of John Leary Smith, of 84 Hampton stret, Goodwood, and loving mother of Fred, Bert, Myrtle, Ern, Pcrce, and Oscar. Aged 75 years. In God's keeping.

DEATHS SULLIVAN. — On the 25th of September, at lis residence, 35 Margaret street, Norwood, lohn Leslie, beloved husband ' of Winifred Sullivan (nee Sugars), and loved father of Leonard Irene, Roma and Merle, aged 40 rears. (Late of Mechanical Transport Sec ion, A.I.F.). At the going down of the sun ind in the morning we shall remember them. SEART. — On the 21st of September, at Blackwood. Edward, beloved husband of Jessie M. Seary. No mourning by request. STROTBER.— On the 20th of September, it Berrl, Ronald Ltndley, the loved son of (Jr. and Mrs. C. W. Strother, aged 9 years. SMITH. — On the 21st of September, at Victoria, Emma, dearly beloved widow of Jo seph Smith, in her 96,th year. At rest. TRENGOVE.— On the 19th of September, at Melbourne, Mary Ellen, relict of Albert Samuel Trengove, late of Broken Hill and Adelaide, aged 74 years. THOMAS. — On the 22n'd of September, at the residence of his niece, Mrs. A. Handfield, No. 108 Carlisle street, Glanville, Thomas Thomas, aged 88 years. TOUNE. — On the 23rd of September, at Mareeba Hospital. William John (Billy), the iarling little son of Laurel and Frank Toune, if Alberton, aged nine months. Another little bud to bloom in heaven. UNGER. — On the 23rd of September, at ihe residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mellor, Bast parade, North Mttcham, Dudley Mortis, the dearly loved son of Charles Unger and only brother of Neville tJnger, also loving nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mellor, aged 21 years. In God's care. WATTS. — On the 20th of September, at her son-in-law's (Mr. T. Glover) residence, 56 Tarragon street. Mile End, Mrs. Elizabeth Watts, beloved wife of Alfred William Watts, of 27 North parade, Torrcnsville, and loving mother of Rene, Vera, Charles, and Doreen, aged 71. R.I.P. WILSON. — On the 25th of September, at Wangaratta, Victoria (result of an accident), Amy Isabel Urquart and George Ernest, lov ing mother and father of Eileen, Gwen (Mrs. Mair), Dorothy (Mrs. King), Marjorie (Mrs. Howe). Jean and Olive, aged 63 and 64 S'ears. WILSON. — On the 26th of September, at Broken Hill (result of accident), Walter Alexander, husband of Amy, and father of Leslie and Winnie, Chapel street, Norwood, aged 54 years. Sadly missed. WILSON. — On the 26th of September (re sult of accident), Walter Alexander, eldest son of A. E. Wilson. Broken Hill, and loving brother of Maud, Ethel,' Mabel, Irene and Keith. At rest. WORDLEY.— On the 26th of September, at Sydney. Grace, dearly loved fourth daughter of Lewis, and the late Mary Ewen, of En counter Bay. Aged 41 years. WHITE. — On the. 24th of September Tsud denly). William Anthony, beloved husband of Ruby. Laurel White, and loving father of Max and Doug., aged 52 years. WARNER.— On the 20th of September, at a private hospital, Horace J., dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. F.. J. Warner, of 14 Hurtle street, Croydon, aged 36 years. WALDRAM.— On the 21st of September* at Adelaide, Samuel George, dearly belovec husband of Francis Elizabeth Waldron and loved father of Irene (of 33 Brighton road, (Glenelg), in his 77th year. WIGHT.— On the 24th of September, at Jamestown, Adelaide M., beloved mother of Freda. Rhonda and Eric, late of Mannum, aged 72 years IN MEMORIAM BATTAMS. — In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the 27th of September, 1937. Ever -remembered and sadly missed. — Inserted by her loving son, Bill, and family. CHAPMAN. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Samuel, who passed away on the 27th of September, 1938. Happy in heaven. God's glory to share, Free from all sorrow and worldly care. — Inserted by his loving wife and family. GRIFFITHS. — In loving memory of my dear Viiichonrt .Tjarlr wVin naCQPri awav at R.norip

poort. South Africa, on the 27th of Septem ber, 1932. 'Remembrance.' — Inserted by his loving wife. . HILDER. — 111 loving memory of our dear father, Thomas Frederick, who passed away on the 27th of September, 1919. — Ever fondly remembered by his loving son and daughters, Springfield, Cradock. 1IUMPHBYS. — In loving memory of our loving wife and mother, who passed away at Port Broughton, on the 26th of September, 1929. We who loved you, dear, will never forget. —Inserted by her loving husband and family. JARVIS. — 111 loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away at Quorn on the 27th of September, 1938. To those who have a mother. Cherish her with care; For you never know the heartache, 'Till you see the vacant chair. — Inserted by her loving daughter Vera and son-in-law Allan, and grandchildren, Car lieton. JARVIS. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away (suddenly) on the 27th of September, 1938, at Quorn. With Christ, which is far better. — Always remembered by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Lyle. Dora, and grandchil dren Rosalind and Donald. JARVIS. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away at Quorn on the 27th of September, 1938. One lone sad year has passed away, Since you were called to rest; So with a contrite heart we'll say. Thy will, O Lord, is best. — Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-law, Gertie and Cliff, and grandchildren, Murray and Joan. JARVIS. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away (suddenly) on the 27th of September, 1938. Happy in heaven' God's glory to share, Free from all sorrow and worldly care. — Inserted by her loving daughter and grand son Mervyn. WALTON. — In loving memory of my dear husband, Fred, and our dear father, who passed away on the 30th of September, 1938. He giveth His beloved sleep.

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