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BIRTHS, 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 Fune ral Announcement is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely — the minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/9 re spectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the sig nature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS ARNOLD (nee Marjorie Badman). — On June 20, at Henley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Les Arnold —a daughter   (Jeanette Raelene). Both well. Thank ing Dr. Kevin Glastonbury and hospital Staff. AMOS. —On June 16, at Angas House,   Strathalbyn, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Amos, of Bull's Creek —a daughter (Yvonne   Evelyn). ANDERSON. —On June 5, at Colac Hos   pital, to the wife of Flying-Officer Don Anderson (nee Monica Parker) —a daugh   ter (Wendy Lynne). ALLAN (nee Elsie Haoley). —On June   23, at Unley Private Hospital, to Elsie, wife of William Allan —a son (Trentley   William James). Both well. Thanking Dr. Russell and hospital stafl. ASSER (nee Rhoda Blown). —On June   19, at Berri Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Asser —daughter (Dorothy Dawn).   Special thanks Dr. Hayes and staS. ASHBY. —On June 28, at Mt. Barker   Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ashby, Bridgewater —a daughter. Thanking Dr.   Auricht and hospital staff. BALDOCK (nee Ward). —On June 24, at   Memorial, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. D. Baldock —a son. No visitors before July   1. BECKER. —On June 23, at Riverton   Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Becker, of Saddleworth —a son. Both well. Thank   ing Dr. Miller aud staff. BRINE (nee Lill). —On June 24, at   Renmark Hospital, to Lorna, wife of Jack Brine —a son (Trevor John). Both well.   BROWN (nee Springett). —June 27, at   Rowan Private Hospital, to Alan and Blanche —a daughter (Rosene Kay).   Thanking Dr. Halloran and hospital staff. BROWN. —On June 21, at Unley Pri   vate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown —a son (Ian Jarvis). Thanking   Matron Smith and staff. BRADLEY. —On June 18, at Berri Dis   trict Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ern Bradley, of Monash —a son. Special   thanks to Dr. Hayes, Matron and nurs ing staff. BUCKENHAM (nee Price.). —On June 25, at Rowan Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Buckenham, of Burnside —a daughter (Mary Brindley Austin).   No visitors for five days. BURFORD. —On June 24, at Hamley   Bridge Private Hospital, to Joan and Angas, Henley Beach —a daughter (Ann   Kelly). BANDT. —On June 21, at Memorial   Hospital, to Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Bandt, of Whyalla —a daughter (Roslyn June).   BUTLER (Milde).—At Monreith Hos   pital, on June 19, to Roma, wife of Cpl. Norman Butler (R.A.A.F.) —a daughter     (Kaye Breuda). BARRETT. —To Joanna, wife of   Roderick C. Barrett, A.I.F. —a daughter   on 23rd inst. BRUCE (nee Vera Gale). —On June 23,   at Mannum District Hospital, to Colin and Vera Bruce —a daughter.   BROOKS (Marjorie Theobald). —June   20, at Rumont Mother Craft Hospital, wife W. J. Brooks (R.A.A.F.) —son (John Leslie). Thanking Sister Conigrave and Dr. Goode. BURNER (nee Magin). —On June 26, at Petone Private Hospital, to Mary, wife of Sgt. Francis James Burner (A.I.F.) —a   daughter (Raelene Mary). BEVAN (nee Barbara Grist). —On June   25, at Yankalilla Hospital, to Barbara and Ken —a son (Leonard Ronald.). Both well.   Special thanks to Dr. Souter, Mrs. Jones, and Sister Brown. COGHLAN (nee Easton). —On June 28,     at Calvary, to Nancy, wife of Sgt. Philip A. Coghlan —a daughter (Helen Marga   ret). COOPER. —On June 27, at Calvary,   to Ruby and Leslie —a son.   CURRY (nee Davey). —On June 26. at   Calvary, to Audrey and Bill —daughter   (Coralee Audrey). CARMEN (nee Hodge). —On June 22,   at Rose Park Private, to Mary, wife of N. Carmen —a daughter (Marion). No   visitors for 7 days. Thanking Dr. Wall and staff. COOPER. —On June 27, at Northern Private Hospital, to Edna and George — a daughter (Coralie Joy). Both well. CRASSWELLER (nee Madeley). —June   28, at Memorial Hospital, to Edna, wife of Charles William Henry Crassweller — a daughter (Helen Leslie). Thanking Dr. Wurm and hospital staff. CROSBIE (nee Doreen Sweeney). —On   June 23, at Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crosbie —a son   (Brian William). Special thanks to Dr. R. A. Goode and Matron Smith, also hos pital staff. COOPER (nee Thomas). —On June 21,   at Jamestown Hospital, to Phyllis and Clarrie —a son (Leith Thomas).   CASTON (nee Abbott). —On June 25, at Hutt Street Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Caston —a daughter (Judith Lorraine). Thanking Dr. Prest and hospital staff, CHANT (nee Wade). —On June 24, at Wolverton, Semaphore, to Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Chant —a daughter (Janise   Mary). Both well. Visitors on eighth day. DIXON (nee Britten). —On June 25, at   Memorial, to Melba and Mervyn —a son   (Bradley Robert). Both well. DAVIS (nee Jean O'Flaherty). —On   June 22, at Hutt Street Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis —a son (An thony Graeme). Thanking Dr. Rolland and hospital staff. DALBY. —On June 22, to the wife of W-.O. Dalby —a daughter.   DARBY. —On June 21, to S/Sgt. and   Mrs. H. H. Darby, Barmera —a son. Both   well. ELLIS (nee Kathleen Gare). —On June   10, at Brisbane, to Flight-Sgt. and Mrs. E. C. Ellis —a son.   EDWARDS. —On June 18, at St. John's Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edwards —a son (Lindsay Malcolm).   Visitors from 24th. EDE (nee Laws) . —On June 23, at Park   Terrace Private Hospital, to Ruby and Spencer —a daughter (Annette June).   Thanking Dr. Bennett and hospital staff. FULTON (nee Beryl Abbott). —On June 22, at Memorial Hospital, to Beryl and Claude —a son. Both well.   FOLLETT (nee Neaylon). —On June 23,   at Mt. Barker Soldiers' Memorial Hos pital, to Yvonne and Arthur —a daughter.   Both well. FERGUSON. —On June 21, at Northern Private Hospital, to. Mr. and Mrs. R. Fer guson —a daughter (Julian Rose).   FERGUSSON STEWART. —On May 31, at Northam, W.A., to Joan, wife of Major V. A. Fergusson Stewart —a son.     FOSTER (nee Eva Ross). —On June   24, at Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Clam Poster, Torrens Park —a   daughter (Barbara Joy). Both well. FISHER. —On June 21, at Park Ter   race Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher, of Torrens Park —a daugh   ter (Vinetta Dorothy). Thanking Dr. Goode and hospital staff. FROST (nee Gehan). —On June 23, at   the Koonawarra Hospital, Kadina, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Frost, of Alford —a son     (Graham Lyndsay). Special thanks to Dr. Raises and staff. FERGUSON (nee Baker). On June 25,   at McBride's, to Marjorie and John, of Semaphore —a son {Thomas John).   FLAVEL (nee Richter). —On June 24,   at Sister Lewis's Private Hospital, Ken sington ter., to Margaret and Bert, Glynde rd., Firle —a daughter (Patricia Ann).

BIRTHS FORRESTER (nee Prior). —On June 26,.   at Wendouree Private Hospital, to Joyce and Robert, R.A.A.F. —a son (Robert   Angus). Especially thanking Dr. Flem ming, matron and staff. No visitors for seven days. FINCH (nee M. Hampton). —On June   23, at Burra Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. John Finch —a daughter (both -well).   Thanking Dr. Steele and hospital staff. GLOEDE (nee Sheila Warnoek). —On June 24, at Quorn and District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gloede, of Quorn —a son.   GOLD. —On June 23, at McBride Hos   pital, to Mr.-Mrs. Doug Gold, Irish Harp rd., Prospect —a daughter (June). Pre   mature. Lived 38 hours. Thanking Dr. Gerald Gregerson and hospital staff. GALE (nee Pearn). —On June 26, at   Leaford Private Hospital, to Mavis and Gordon (R.A.A.F.) —a bonny daughter.   Special thanks to Dr. Hallett and Sister Vaughan. No visitors for seven days. GIBBONS (nee Law). —On June 17, at McBride Hospital, to Margaret, wife of Sig. Gibbons, E. R. (A.M.F.) —a daughter (Virginia). GREGORY (nee Connie Spencer). —On   June 23, to- Mr. and Mrs. Lance Gregory —a son (stillborn). No visitors seven days. GARIE. —To Jean and Jim Garie, of   Kensington —a son (Franklin). Thanking   Sister Moon and Dr. Davey. GIBSON. —On June 26, at Memorial Hospital, to Rita, wife of Alec —a son.   HARMAN (nee Marjorie Lewis). —On June 28, at Patawilya, Glenelg, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Harman —a son (John Clif   ford). HEARD (nee Evelyn Clark). —On June   22, at Ardrossan Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Heard —a son (Anthony James)     HUMBY (nee V. Emery). —On June 27,   at Chatham Private Hospital, to Violet,   wife of Eric Humby, of Hove —a son   (Terry Colin). HUTCHINS (nee Madge Tipping). —On June 26, at Warraweena Private Hospital, Mile End, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Hutchins — a son. Thanking Dr. Burnard, Dr. Rol land, and nursing staff. HAILES. —On June 19, at Tailem Bend Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. Hailes, Sher lock —a son (Brian Albert). Both well.   Thanking Dr. Lloyd and hospital staff. HARRIS (nee Edna Pedler). —On June   22, at McBride's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Harris, of Edidille —a son   (Robert Dean). HOCHULI (nee Morris). —On June 21,   at Sister Lewis's, North Kensington, to Cpl. and Mrs. A. H. Hochuli —a daughter   (Deidre). Lived 24 hours. Strictly no visitors. HIGGINS. —On June 27, at Calvary, to   Kath and John —a daughter. HOCKING. —On June 18, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and. Mrs. S. H. Hocking — a son. HOBBY (nee Margaret Moir). —On June 15, at Wendouree Private Hospital, Wayville, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Hobby, of Enfield —a daughter (Lorraine June).   Thanking Dr. H. H. E. Russell, Sister Carter, and hospital staff. HONDOW. —On June 15, at Riverton Hospital, to Vera and Norm —a bonny   babe (Ian Klem). Grateful thanks to Dr. Mallen, matron, sister, and Nurse Lake. HALLION. —On June 7, at the Laura Hospital, to Muriel and Joe (A.I.F.) —a   daughter (stillborn). Thanking Dr. Tassie and hospital staff. HEDGER. —On June 25, at Osmond Terrace Private Hospital, to Jessie, wife of Tpr. H. K. Hedger —a son (Brian).   Thanking Dr. Symons and nursing staff. HICKEY. — On June 20, at the Renmark Hospital, to the wife of A. Hdckey— a daughter. HOLDER. — At Hindmarsh Private Hospital, on June 24, to Mr. and Mrs. (Ted) Holder (R.A.A.F.), Darwin, o£ Flinders Park — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Drew and Sister Slater, and staff. HERCUS. — On March 12, at South gate, London, England, to the wife of W. C. Hercus, junr. — a son. HOLMAN (nee Jones). — At St. Ann's Private Hospital, June 24, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Holman, Clare street, Portland — a bonny daughter (Margaret Jean). HUDD (nee Zacher). — On June 23, at Payneham Private Hospital, to Connie, wife of Cpl. H. M. Hudd (AU.F.)— a daughter (Mirriam Rae). Special thanks to Dr. Reilly and hospital staff. HANCOCK. — On June 26, to Elsie, wife of Gordon Hancock, Woodville — a daughter. HUGHES (nee Wurfel). — On June 26, at Rowan Private Hospital, to Barbara, wife of Cpl. A. Hughes, R.A.A.F. — a son (Roger John). Thanking Dr. Frewin, Dr. Davey and staff. IRVINE (nee Eileen Gore). — On June 27, to Eileen, wife of D/r. K. G. Irvine. A.M.F. — a 6od (Kenneth Charles). IRVINE (nee Gosling).— On June 19, at Wudinna Hospital, to May and BilL of Pobchera — a daughter. JAMES (nee Dick).— On June 22, at Whyalla Hospital, to Marjory and George —a daughter (Wendy Lynette). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Zimmet and nursing staff. J ARBEIT (nee Utster). — On June 20, at Uraidla District Hospital, to Edna and Ross — a daughter (Raylene Kay). Both well. Thanking Dr. Reid and staff JOLLY (nee Coad). — On June 17, at Queen Victoria Maternity Hospital, to Shirley, wife of Trooper F. Jolly — a son (Francis Barry). Special thanks to matron find nursing staff. JONES (nee Hilda Lymn). — On June 19, at St. John's Private Hospital, Pros pect, to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Jones — a daughter (Beverly June). Thanking Dr. Kelly and Sister Rowlands. JARMAN (nee Sadler). — On June 25. at Rose Park Private Hospital, to Mr; and Mrs. Jarman — daughter. Both welL KEECH (nee Bennett). — On June 23, at Hindmarsh Private Hospital, to Helen, wife of Cpl. Neville Keech (A.I.F.)— a son (Gordon James). Both well. KELLY (nee Mary Bollen).— on June 23, at Hindmarsh Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kelly — a son (Dennis Graham). Special thanks to Dr. Holland, Sister Slater and staff. KEl'NES {nee Margaret Carpenter). — ' On June 24, at Ashford, to the wife of R. W. Keynes, 67 Rose ter., Wayville — a -daughter (Glen is Anne). No visitors loi seven days. : KING (nee Jean Barltrop). — On June 23, Hindmarsh Private Hospital, to Jean and Norman (R.A.A.F.) — a daughter (Sandra Jeanette). Thanking Dr. Drew, Sister Slater and staff. LANXHOIS.— On June 22, at Wenflou ree Private HospitaV, to Dot, wife of Stan (R.A.A.F.) — a son. Both well. LOCKETT. — On April 13, at private hospital, to Violet, wife of the late Albyn Scot Lockett — a daughter (MaTgaret Scott). LOKAN ? On June 22, at Memorial Hos pital, to Mavis and Colin — a son (Robert Julian). Thanking Dr. Reilly and nurs ing staff. LEAKER (nee Lucy Angel). — On June 27, at Calvary, to the wife of Pte. C. P. Leaker, Aldinga — a -- daughter (Sandra Lucille). Thanking Dr. H. E. Pellew and nursing staff. No visitors five days. McCANN.— On June 24, at Patawilya Hospital, to the wife of R. E. S. McCann — a bonny boy (Dennis William) . Thanking Dr. Garden and hospital staff. MACGIlEGOR (nee DuS).— June 23, Woodville Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. P. MacGtegor — a daughter (Glenis Anne). Thanking staff and Drs. Dunstons . and Powell. No visitors seven days. MacDONALD -nee Matthew). — On Juhe 18, at Calvary, to Zita and Bill — a daughter. MOLD (nee Penny). — On June 21( at Port Pirie Hospital, to Dot, wife ol Cpl. Frank Mold, R.A.A.F. — a daughter (Patricia Ann). MAGAREY. — On June 26, at Calvary Hospital, to Phyl and David — a son. MEDLOW (nee Martin). — On June 25, at Memorial, to Vera and Jack— a darling daughter. Both well. MILLAR (nee Avis Marriott) . — On June 24, at Whyalla Hospital, to Gordon and . Avis — a son (premature). Thanking Dr. A. A. Wallace and hospital staff.

' BIRTHS MILLEBD. — On June 25, at Calvary, to Kathleen, wife Of C. J. MUIerd— a daugh ter. No visitors for seven days. NOONAN.— On June 19, at Crystal Brook Hospital, to Kath. wife of Gerald J. Noonan, of Georgetown^-a son. MORTIMER (nee Frisby).— On June 27, at Sister Buttons Hospital, Gawler, to Effle, wifeof Don — a daughter (Raelene Glennys). Thanking Dr. Dawes, -Sister Smith, Nurse Cawrse. NEWMAN ? On June 27, at Patawilya Hospital, Olenelg, to Joyce, wife of C. W. Newman — a son (Michael William). Thanking Dr. steele and hospital staff. NOTTLE 'nee Bawden). — On June 14, at Snowtown Hospital, to Ida, wife of M. R. Nottle — a daughter. OGILVIE (nee Phyllis Angwin) .— June 11, Winderaere Private Hospital, to Lysle and Phyllis, 123 Williams rd., Prahran, Vic. — a daughter (Lorraine Kildael). Both well. , OTTENS (nee Wundke). — On June 24. at Blyth District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ottens, of Brinkworth — a daughter. OLDS (nee Harcourt). — June 28, at Quarabi, to Pat and Gwen — a son (John William). Thanking Dr. Fleming matron and hosplstal 6taff. No visitors for seven days. FENALUNA (nee Faehse).— At 'Lyn- ette,' on June 29, to Clair, wife of Sgt Observer F. A. Penaluna — a daughter. POWER ? One June 25, at calvary, to Mary, wife of Edward J. Power, A.I.F. (N.G.) — a son (Brendan Edward). Thank ing Dr. p. W. Rice and hospital staff. FOMEROY {nee Kath Pratt). — On June 22, at Hutt Street Private Hospi tal, to Kath and Jack — a son (Graham John). No visitors for seven days. Special thanks to Dr. Moulden and hos pital staff. PAYZE (nee Trudgen). — On June 19, at the Port Lincoln Hospital^to Mr. and Mrs. Norm. Payze — a son. POTTER (nee Peterson). — On June 16, at Whyalla Hospital, to Anne and Kit (A.I.F.) — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Wallace and hospital staff. PIERCEY (aee Wraith).— On June 24, at Park Ter. Private Hospital, to Mr. Mrs. John Piercey — a bonny little daugh ter (Jacquelin June). Both well. Grate ful thanks Dr. C. Duguid. sisters and staff, also mother. PALAMOUNTAIN (nee Wray). — On June 22, at S.M. Hospital, Murray Bridge,   to Lillian, wife of the late L.A.C. Max T. Palamountain, of Peake — a daughter (June Temby). Both well. Thanking Dr. F. Heddle and hospital staff. PLUMMER (nee Sheriff).— On June 19, at Salisbury Hospital, to Mavis,' wife of Cpl. Harris Plummer, R.A.A.F. — a son (Lloyd), stillborn. Thanking Dr. Hunter, Matron McGeorge and staff. QUICK (nee Spears). — On June 21, at 'Sinus,' AJberton, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Quick — a daughter (Wendy Jillian). Thanking Dr. Cherry and hospital staff. REINES (nee Monck). — On June 25, at St. Ann's Private Hospital, to Kathleen, wife of Sgt. William Reines, A.I.F., ret. — a daughter (Kathleen Mary). ROGERS (nee Butler). — On June 20, at^Tumby Bay Hospital, to Mavis and Jim, of Ungarra — a son. Thanking Dr. Wibberley. matron and staff. RAVVE (nee Clarke). — On June 15, at. Ashiord, to Gwen, wife of Cyril (R.A.A.F.) — a daughter (Nanette Gwen dolyn). Thanking Dr. Hecker and hos pital staff. RUSS (E. O'Brien).— June 7, at Cal vary Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Russ — a daughter (Deirdre Mary). SALMON (nee Margaret Hewman). — On June 10, at Quorn and District Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Salmon, of Langwarran, via Quorn — a son (Michael John) . STAEHR. — On- June 21, to Roma, wife of Pte. W. Staehr — a daughter (Barbara Elaine). Thanking staff Queen Victoria Hospital. STAFFORD (nee Stockwell).— On June 23, at Yorketown, to Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Stafford — a son. SUTHERLAND.^— On June 22, at Sister Lewis's, Kensington ter., Kens., to Edith and L.A.C. Jim Sutherland (R.A.A.F., Vic.) — a son. Thanking Dr. Reilly and hospital staff. SEXTON (nee Hilda Fogarty). — June 26, at Calvary, Hilda, wife Vin — a daugh ter (Raelene Anne). Special thanks to sisters, nursing staff, and Dr. P. W. Rice No visitors for seven days. SPECK.— On June 20, at St. John's Pri vate Hospital, to Rita, wife of Pte. l-. R. Speck, Collinswood — a daughter. Both well. SYMONDS. —On June 27, at McBride's   Hospital, to Melba, wife of A. P. Symonds, A.I.F., of Klemzig —a daughter (Dorothy   Inez) . Grateful thanks to Dr. Hornabrook and hospital staff. SLATER (nee Hazel Manning). —On   June 28, at "Sirius" Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Slater —a daughter (prema   ture). Strictly no visitors for seven days. SUMMERSIDES (nee Perry). —On June   25, at Hutt Street Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Summtrsides — a daughter (Glenda Judith). Thanking Dr. Leditschke, Sister Cooper, and hospital staff. No visitors seven days. SANDFORD.— On June 24, at Wolver ton Hospital, to the wife of Robert M. Sandford, of Largs Bay — a son. SHORT (nee Bockman). — On June 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Colin Short, of Farrell Flat — a daughter (Dianne Joyce). THRING (nee Kirk).— June 24, at the Tumby Bay Hospital, to Effle and Frank — a son (Barry Michael). TAYLOR. — On June 23, at Northern Hospiatl, to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Taylon— a daughter (Dallas). Thanking Dr. Goode and hospital staff. TILBROOK (nee Madge Aust).— On June 22, at Leaford Private Hospital, to Mr, and Mrs. R. D. Tilbrook — a son (Marcus Kevin). Thanking Dr. Hallett and hospital staff. TRAEGER. — On June 23, at Lameroo Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Traeger — a son (Glen Douglas). UNDERDOWN.— On June 14, at Bris bane Women's Hospital, to Rene, wife of A. C. (Pud) Underdown, P.O., R.A.N. — a son (Kenny Alexander}. UNDERWOOD. — On June 22, at Petone Private Hospital, to Norma and Bob — a daughter (Kay Maureen). Thanking Dr. Steele Scott and hospital staff. DNITT (nee Steeles). — On June 25, at Henley Private Hospital, to Edeleen and Graham — a bonny daughter (Pauline Mary). VAN WEENEN. —On June 26, at Dart ford, to Mr. and Mrs. van Weenen, of Parkside —a daughter (Kay).   WALL (Gertrude Southam). —On June   28, at Wendouree Hospital, to Mr. and Hire.. W. J. Wall —a daughter (Janice   Marie). WANDEL (nee Christian). —On June     25, at Freeling Private Hospital, to Hilda and Herbert —a daughter. Special thanks   to Dr. Coveruton, Sister Glastonbury and hospital staff. WARLAND (nee Deane). —On June 22,   at "Patawilya," Glenelg, to Roma, wife of L. J. Warland, Broadway —a daughter   (Raelene Helen). Thanking Dr. Stokes and hospital staff. WHEATON. —On June 19, at S.C.D. Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wheaton, of Victor Harbor —a daughter (Jennifer   Anne). WALKLEY (nee Smart). —On June 23,   at Memorial Hospital, to Mona and Rob —a son.   WATTS. —On June 18, at Sister Lewis's   Hospital, Kensington, to Ettie, wife of Pte. J. S. Watts, A.I.F. —a daughter     (Kathleen May). Special thanks to Dr. Halloran and nursing staff. WICKHAM (nee Jean Lustey). —On June 23, at Calvary, to Jean, wife of   Sgt. James T. Wickham (A.I.F.) —a daughter (Carolyne Anne). Special thanks to the Nursing Sisters, Dr. H. E. Dun   stone. No visitors till the 27th. WOOLFITT (nee Phyl Lewis). —On   June 9, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woolfitt —a daughter (Jennifer). Both well.   WHITTLE (nee Zoe Hinton). —On June   22, at Wendouree, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whittle —a son. Thanking Dr. Everard   and hospital staff. WEDDING (nee Maureen Vogt). —On   June 24, at Balaklava S.M. Hospital, to Maureen and Perce —a son.   WRIGHT (nee Fesenmeyer). —On June   24, at Sister Lewis' Private Hospital, Kensington ter., to Doris and Cliff —a   bonny son (Peter Clifford). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Adams, Sister Lewis and staff.

BIRTHS WEATHERALD. —On June 22, at Bin   darra Private Hospital, Brighton, to Isabel, wile of E. J. Weatherald, Port Noarlunga —a daughter.   WILSON. —On June 24, at Leaford Pri vate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilson —a son (Rodney Stirling), Both   well. Special thanks to Dr. Hallett. Sis ter Vaughan and staff.     WESTBROOK (nee Connie Martin). — On June 18, at Loxton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Westbrook —a daughter:   Thanking Dr. Urban and staff. WHITE. —On June 20, at Calvary, to   Rose, wife of W, H. C. White, Spence av., Glen Osmond —a daughter.   WOOD. —On June 26, at McBride Hos   pital, to Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Wood, of Findon —a son. Both well. Thanking Dr.   Drew and hospital staff. YOUNG. —On June 27, to Mr. and Mrs.   Andrew H. Young —a son.   MARRIAGES BREEDING — KIDD. — The marriage of Eileen, daughter of Mr.-Mrs. F. E. Kidd, Enfield, to Won. Roy (A.I.F. ret.), son of M*.-Mrs. L. 'R. Breeding, Prospect, solemnised at St. Cuthbert's Church. Prospect, May 26, by Rev. Clout. BOWDEN— SHIELS.— Marriage of Mar jorie, only daughter Mr. V. T. Bowden, Jetty rd.. GleneJg, to Milton ShlelB (R.A.A.F.), youngest son of the- late Mr. and Mrs. Bhlels, was solemnised on June 28, at Methodist Church. Franklin St. CADDY— RICHMOND.— On June 17, the marriage of Mary Irene, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. Frank Schelly, Rosevllle, N.SAV., to Peter, eldest son of the late Mr. T. E. and Mrs. Caddy, of Barmera. FERNANDEZ — PENA.— The marriage of .FesabeL daughter of Mr.-Mrs. J. Pena, Capetown, and Ldg/Sea. Eugene (R.A.N.), son Mr.-Mrs. L. Fernandez, Riverton, was solemnised at St. Francis's Catholic Church, Capetown, March, 1943. FRY— DANGERFIELD.— Marriage of Thehna, youngest daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dangerfield, Woodville, to Robert (R.A.A.F.), youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Fry, Kilkenny, celebrated Methodist Church. Woodville, June 19. HAWKE — GASTLK— The marriage of Mary Elizabeth Castle, Prospect, to Ed ward Hawke, Solomontown, was cele brated1 at Methodist Manse, Prospect. June 16. Rev. F. French officiated, HOOFER— WASLET. — On June 19, Lilian (Ann), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. wasley. Port Adelaide, to Cromwell, youngest son of Mrs. B. L. Hooper, Mitcham, and late Mr. S. W. Hooper, at St. Peter's Church, Gi'enelg. KOJMARTIN— STEVENS. — The mar riage of Phyllis B. Stevens and John J. Kilmartin was solemnised at the Pirie Street Methodist Church on Monday, June 14. Rev. Edgar Arnold officiating. LEONARD — RIEBE — Marriage of Gwen da, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Riebe, of Mylor, to Pte. John Leonard (A.I.F.). younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Leonard, Berri, was solemnised, at Croy don Methodist Church on May 4. LYMN— ALLEN. — Marriage ol Hazel, twin daughter of Mr.-Mrs. Albert Allen, Wudinna East, to Stanley, son of Mr. Mrs. T. Lymn, Norseman, W.A., was sol emnised at Wudinna Methodist Church on June 5. LOEFFLER— FROST.— The marriage of Nita M., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Frost, Truro, to Ronald L., younger son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. O. Loef fier, Tanunda, by Rev. Koenne at Ade laide on June 19. O'GRADY— HILL. — Kathleen Mary, daughter Mr.-Mrs. W. T. Hill, Yatala East, to Edmund Kevin (A.I.F.), son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. M. O'Grady, Mile End, June 19, at St. Mary's Ch., Pt. Adel., by Very Rev. Prior Meehan, O. Carm. O'SHAUGHNESSY— HANSON. — The marriage of Joan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hanson, Narridy, to Douglas, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. O'Shaughnessy, Wandearah, at Crystal Brook Methodist Church, on June 25. ORMSBY— CLARIDGE.— The marriage solemnised June 5. -St. John's, Launces ton Sheila, daughter Mr. and late Mrs. A. G. Claridge, Deloraine, Tasmania, to Cpl. Ronald (R.A.A.F.), son Mr.-Mrs. C. W. Ormsby, Wheatsheaf Hotel, Price, Y.P. SHOLDIS— TAINSH.— The marriage of Joan, daughter Mrs. and the late Capt. J. Tainsh. Alberton East, to John, only son Mr. and Mrs. W. Sholdis, Westbourne Pk.. was solemnised Pirie St. Meth.. June 5. Rev. J. Crossley officiated. SMITH — CAHILL. — The marriage of Eileen M., youngest daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. Cahill, Hilton, to James L., second son Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith, Parkside, was celebrated Queen of Angels' Church. The barton. Sat. June 26. APPROACHING MARRIAGES WOIDT— HABEL.— The marriage of Ottilie Dorothea, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Woidt, Truro, to Rupert Clifford, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Habel, Truro, at Gruenberg Lutheran Ch.. Thursday, July 8, 2.30 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BOWDEN— HOSGOOD. — The en gagement is announced of Mary, second daughter of Mrs. McNeil, Woodville (late Crystal Brook), to Pte. Clifford Hosgood, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Hosgood, Fullarton Estate. BERNHAKDT— JACKSON.— The en gagement is announced of Pearl, young est daughter of 'Mrs. and the late Mr. Francis Bernhardt, Ovingham, to Tom (A.I.F., ret.), youngest son of Mrs. A. Jackson, Peterborough. BROWN — McGREGOR.— Engagement announced of Dorothy Estella, only daughter Mr.-Mrs. W. B. Brown, of Too rak Gardens, S.A. (late Vic.), to Sgt. Campbell John (A.I.F.), only son of Mr. Mrs. A. S. McGregor, of Ormond. Vic. BUTLER— BARKER.— The engage ment is announced of Mary, twin daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Butler, of Henley Beach, to Douglas R. Barker (A.I.F., ret.), second son of Mrs. G. K. Ayliffe, of Mile End. BELL — HAIRE. — Engagement is an nounced of Linda, daughter of Mrs. E: Bell and late Mr. s. J. Bell, of Glenelg, to Craftsman Cyril Haire (A.I.F.), son of Mr. L. F. Haire and late Mrs. I. M. Haire, of Glenelg. BOWDEN — FIELD.— The engagement is announced of Connie, fifth daughter of the late-Mr, and Mrs. Bowden, late of Portland, to Douglas (R.A.N.) , only son of Mrs. E. Hobbs, of Parkside. BOYCE — ALLEN. — Engagement is an nounced of Eugene Patterson, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Boycct, of 181 Hotharn st., Ripponlea, Melb., to Sgt. Fredrick Nisbett, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. T. Allen, 22 TJrrbrae av., Myrtle Bank. BRADY— PENS.— The engagement Is announced of Florence L., only daughter of Mr. aud the late Mrs. W. J. Brady. Bower rd.. Semaphore Park, to Mervyn G., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Pens, Park ter., Hih'side. BROWN— Barnes.— The engagement is announced of Myrtle, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown, of. Wood lands Park, to Pte. W. (Bill) Barnes, A.I.F., returned, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Barnes, of St. Leonards, Glenelg. BROWNE — KOLB1G. — The engage ment is announced 0$ Elsie (W.A.A.F.), only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. S. T. Browne, of Adelaide, to Capt. Harry (AJ.F-, ret.), second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kolblg, of Btrkenhead. BURDON — HUNTER. — The engage ment announced of Naida, second daugh ter Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burdon, Prospect, to Cpl. William J. (A.I.F.), only son Mr. and Mas. M. Hunter, No-arlunga. BAILEY — GILL. — The engagement is announced of Irene, second daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Bailey, of Kadina. to L.A.C Richard Gill, youngest son of Mrs. J. Rees and the late Mr. S. J. Gill, of Wallaroo. CHAPMAN— HALLETT.— The engage ment is announced of Leonee. . only daughter of Mr. and '?Irs. H. N. Chap man, Malvern, to Jack, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. HaUett, Hilton. COLLINS — DOWNS.— The engagement is announced of Rose Elsie, youngest daujhter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. A. Collins, of Magill, to Arthur Winston ♦Bill), R.A.A.F., only soft of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Downs, ol Richmond. eOLLIVER— ABBOTT. — The engage ment Is announced of Marjorie, second daughter of Mr.-Mrs. 8. F. Colliver, wal laroo, to Murray eldest son of Mrs. A. N. Abbott and the late Mr. A. N. Abbott. 'Glenfleld,' Paskeville.

ENGAGEMENTS COIiEGATE— McKELL.— The engage ment Is announced of Evelyn, second daughter of Mr.rMrs. Colegate, Charlton street, Exeter, to Norman, elder son ol M*.-Mrs. McKelL second avenue, Chel tenham. CDTTING — McLEAN. — June Rose, daughter Mrs. and late Mr. W. Cutting, Fullarton Estate, formerly Mt. Gambler), to WO2 Kenneth Norman (Jock. A.I.F., ret.), son Mrs. and late Mr. McLean. ? Francis street, Sydney. DACK— TAYLOR ? The engagement Is announced of Noel Lorraine, youneest daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. H. Dack, of Clare, to Dvr. Ronald (A.I.F.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Taylor, of Prospect. DUNN — SHARP. — The engagement is announced ot Betty Joyce, youngest twin daughter of Mr,, and Mrs. S. A. Dunn, of Adelaide, to Alan George (R.A.N.), youngest son of Mr. V. Sharp, of York, and the late Mrs. Sharp. DE VERNEIS — GRANT.— The engage ment is announced of Esma Mary, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. De Verneis, of York, to Maxwell Gregor \ (R.A.N.), oniy son of Mr and Mrs. P. Lynn, of Cheltenham. ? ' EDWARDS — KASEHAGEN.— The en gagement is announced of Mourveen, third daughter of Mr. and the late Mis. A. G. Edwards, to Edward. A.I.F. (Ted), younger son of Mr. and the late Mrs. w T Kasehagen. both of Dry Creek. FAKE ? CASTLE. — The engagement is announced of Coral A., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Farr, Bayah, to Lancelot O., sou of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. ' J. T, Castle, of Maggea. W.A. papers please copy. HEINRICH— WRIGHT.— The engage- ment is announced of Roma, fourth, daughter of Mr.-Mrs. C. T. Heinrich, Coonalpyn, to Dave, youngest son ot the late Mr.-Mrs. H Wright. Macclesfield. HASSELL— VARCOE.— Engagement is   announced of May, youngest daughter of Mrs. F. A. Hassell, Croydon, and late Mr.   A. E. Hassell Pt. Lincoln, to Ronald (A.I.F.), youngest son of Mr. and late Mrs. Samuel Varcoe, Parkside.   HUBBARD — BOND. — The engagement is announced of Dorothy Gene, younger daughter of Mr.-Mrs. C. R. Hubbard, Glos- sop, to Frederick Mervyn, younger son of Sgt.-Mrs. F. W. A. Bond, Winkie. HILLS— WILLIAMS.— The engagement is announced of Joan Kathleen, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hills, of Katanning, W.A., to Stuart GUI, only son of Rev. and, Mrs. W. S. Williams, ol Blackwood. HEDGER — SCOTT. — The engagement is announced of Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and1 Mrs. W. Hedger, to Arch (A.I.F.). only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott, both of Milang. HOUGH — COOMBE.— The engagement is announced of Joan, youngest daughter Mrs. and the late Mr. T. Hough, of South Payneham, to Colin, only son Pte. C. S. . Coombe, A.LF., abroad. HENSCHKE— WttHELM.— The engage ment is announced of Marjorie E., daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Henschke, of Lobethal to Cpl. JSydney M. (A.I.F.), elder son of Mr. ana Mrs. B. B. Wilhelm, Mt. Tarrens. HORSELL — HOSKIN. — The engage ment is announced of Shirley J., elder daughter of Mrs. L. HorseU, Woodville, to Ross E. (A.I.F., returned), son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoskin. West Croydon. KELLEHER— RAISON.-^The engage ment is announced of Kathleen M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kelle her, Edwardstown to Thomas G., eldest son Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Raison. Rich, mond. LAMB — HENDERSON.— The engage ment is announced of Norma . Eileen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lamb, Ascot Park, to Spr. Edwin Roy (A.I.F.), second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Henderson, South Plympton. LANE — McLAREN. — The engagement is announced of Betty only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lane, of Brisbane, to Lieut. K. J. McLaren (R.A.N.R.), only son of Cant. E. S. McLaren. Largs Bay. - MARTIN — ANDERSON.— The engage ment is announced of Cynthia (A.W.A.S.). third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mar tin. Middleton, to Linley (2nd A.I.F.), second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson, Macclesfleld'. MOORE— ECKHOLD.— The engagement Is announced of Margaret, fourth daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. K. Moore, of Forestville, to Jack, only son of Mr and Mrs. H. J. Eckhold, of Ethelton. M1NNIS — LELLMANN. — The engage ment is announced of Margaret, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Minnis, of Berri, to Sidney, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lellmann, Berri. MURPHY— HISSEY.— The engagement is announced of Mollie eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Murphy, North Adelaide, to Cpl. Clyde R. (R.A.A,F.-, eldest son of Mr. and1 Mrs. A. J. Hissey, Mangalo. MILES — DENNIS — The engagement of Miss V. D. Miles, the second daughter Mrs. and Mr. G. O. Miles, of 40 Seventh ave., St. Morris, to Cpl. A. ,K. Dennis (R.A.A.F.), third son Mrs. arid Mr. W. H. Dennis, Flinders ter., Port Augusta. MANN — SPRY. — The engagement is announced of Dora, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mann, Murray Bridge, to Percy, second son ol Mr. and Mrs. W. Spry, Murray Bridge. MARSLAND— PITCHER.— The engage ment Ss announced of Jessie, only daugh ter Mr. and late Mrs. W. T. Marsland1, of Magill, to Gnr. Alf. (A.I.F.. ret.), only son of Mr. A. J. Pitcher. Canberra, N.S.W. NORTON-BAKER — CARTER. — The engagement is announced of Mary Roberta, .second daughter of Mr. and Mrs, G. Norton-Baker, to James Walsh, R.A.N., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carter, Peake, S.A. PUDNEY — KLAER.— The engagement is announced of Johanna M. (Jo), only daughter of Mr.-Mrs. C. Pudney, Lame roo, to Cpl. Norman E. (A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr.-Mrs. R. Kiaer, of Lobethal. PAINTER — HALES ? The engagement '- is announced of Patricia Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Painter, Gil berton, to V«non Murray, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hales, Rosebery. PFITZNEB — SCHITTZ.— ^ The engage ment Is announced Audrey Ffitzner, Point Pass, younger daughter of late Mr. and1 Mrs. J. R. Pfitzner, to Norman Schutz, Monteith, son Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Schutz, Murray Bridge. PRATT — NICHOLAS.— The engagement Is announced of Sylvia, eidest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.. R. Pratt, Cowandilla, to Joseph, of Balaklava, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholas. Moonta. POPE) — ROWE. — The engagement 18 announced of Elsie, ol Adelaide, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pope, Sydney, to Spr. Albert (ret.), fifth son of Mrs. Shaw, Mitcham. and the late Bob Rowe, Fort Augusta. PIRIE — APPLETON. — The engagement is announced of Nell, second daughter of. Mr. ana Mrs. W. Pirie, Franklin, to Mervyn (R.A.A.F., ret.)', youngest son ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Appleton, Lyndoch. PEACOCK — JERVIS. — The engagement is announced of Daphne L., elder daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W, J. Peacock, of Norman St., Woodville, to Cpl. Doug, Jervis (R.A.A.F.), younger son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Jervis,. of Thomas 6t., Croydon. PRICE — tAPTHORNE. — The engage ment is announced of Marie (Peggy), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Price, of Portland, to Lawrence, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr N Laptaorne, of Semaphore. PATERSON— MARTIN. — 1'he engage ment Is announced of Jean, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and»Mrs. H. K. Paterson. of Nth. Brighton, to L.A.C. Douglas James (RA.A.F., ret.), youngest son of Mr. and! Mrs. J. A. Martin, of Semaphore Continued on Next Page.

ENGAGEMENTS, DEATHS, IN MEMORIAMS, AND RETURN THANKS (Continued from previous page.) ENGAGEMENTS RAPHAEL — NORTON.— The engage ment is announced of Margory, elder daughter of Mr. and* late Mrs. Raphael, Cumberland to Clifford (R.A.N.), youn ger son of Mr.-Mrs. H. T. Norton, Tor rens St., West Hilton. Adelaide. ' REID — BEARD. — Engagement is an nounced of Audrey, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Reid, Torrensville, to Petty Officer George Beard -R.A.N). elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Beard. Western Aus . tralia. RICHARDSON— PALMER.— The en gagement is announced of Iris, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Richard son, Croydon, to Allan, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. a. E. Palmer. Flinders park SHEPHARD— FRANCIS.— The engage merit is announced of Jean M., elder daughter of Mr.-Mrs. M. W. Shephard, of Prospect, to Pte. Joe T., younger son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. J. Francis, of Port Pirie. SIVIOUR — SIMON.— The engagement is announced of Cleattis R. M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siviour, of Clement's Gap, to Stanley R. A., elder son of Mrs. and Mrs. G. A. Simon, of Halbury, S.A. SMITH — LOCKWOOD:— The engage ment is announced of Joan, third daughr ter of M*. and Mrs. P. Smith, of Freeling, to L. (John), R.A.N., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lockwood. of Hyde Park. SULLIVAN— CAMP.— The engagement Is announced of Kathleen, second daugh ter of Mr. T. L. and the i'ate Mrs. E. Sul livan, of Kilburn, to Mervyn (R.A.N.) only son of Mr. and Mrs. Camp, of Wood ville Park. STACEV — MANUEL. — The engagement Is announced of Gwen. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Stacey, of 2 Rother more st., Avenue Park, to John, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. M-anuel, of 26 Yulinda ter., Lower Mitcham. TUCKER — GROSE. — The engagement is announced of Ivy M., second daughter Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Tucker, of Port Pirie, to Frederick A. (R.A.A.F.), second son of Mrs. D. and the late Mr. A. J. Grose, of Fisher st.. Broken Hill. TITLEr — TRUDGEN.— The engagement Is announced of Dulcie, daughter of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. Titley, of Dulwich, to Rex Trudgen, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Trudgen, of Glenelg. VON EINEM— ALDOUS.— The engage ment is announced of Enid J. (A.W.A S.), youngest daughter Mrs. and late Mr. O. von Einem, Giiberton, to Maurice A. (A.I.F. ret.), eldest son of Mrs. and late Mr. A. Aldous. of North Adelaide. VARDON — MORGAN. — The engage ment is announced of June Shirley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vardon, Ade laide, to Alfred (R.A.N. ), second son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, Maud st.. TJnley. WEBB — ANDERSON.— The engagement is announced of Hilary Joy, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Webb, of Mt, Riddock Stn.. C.A., to Donald, youngest son Mrs. and late Mr. R. G. Anderson, of Tobermorey Stn., N.T. WATSON — GRUBB. — The engagement is announced of Joy, only daughter of Mr.-Mrs. Arthur Watson Forest Gardens, to Sgt. Roy Orubb (A.I.F.) , only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. E. W. Grubb. of Black Forest. WHITE— SHIRLET.— The engagement is announced of Daphne L., second1 daugh ter Mr. and Mrs. w. T. White, Tarcoola. to John B., only son of Mrs. and the late Mr ' W. J. Shirley, Port Pirie. WILKIN— SMALLACOMBE.— The en gagement is announced of GwenvAh Claire, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilkin, of Crystal Brook, to Ronald Gordon (A.I.F.). eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smallacombe. of Georgetown. DEATHS ANGLE!.— On June 23, at his resi dence, 62 wilpena ter., Kilkenny, James Patrick Angley. J.P., beloved husband of the late Annie Agnes ' Angiey ano- father of Gertrude, Vincent and Veronica (Mrs. M. J. Flaherty), aged 69. R.I P AtXISON. — On June 23, at Mile End. Ernest Wheaton, beloved husband of Ada Allison, loving father of Bob, and eldest brother of Florence, Bert, Walter Stan, and Ralf (late S.A.R.). ARNOLD. — On June 24, at hospital. Lucy May (nee Mundy). dearly beloved mother of Stella, Mena, Bert, Ted. Mavis, Hazel and. Stan. At rest. ALEXANDER.— On June 27, at Chil dren's Hospital, Margaret Anne, dearly beloved daughter of Edna and Charles Alexander, and loved sister of Brian Do lores, Patricia, and Barry, aged eight months. ARTHUR. — On June 28, Martha Eliza beth, dearly beloved wife of Samuel Ar thur, of 12 Morgan street, West Hind marsh, aged 73 years. At rest. BROWN (nee Le Maistre).— On June 29, at hospital, Mary Ann, loved wife of Arthur Walter Brown, and loving mother of Ivy (deceased). Cyril and Dorothy, aged 77 years. BURNETT..— On June 29. at his resi dence, 6 Payneham road. St. Peters, George, dearly beloved husband of the late Alice Burnett, and loving father of Lillian, Harold. Lance, and Doris, also Len (deceased). 'Re-united.' BRADLEY — On June 24. at hospital, William Bradley (late of Kilkenny), lov ing father of Rene. Sis. and Deen. aged 78 years. BROOKS ? On June 22, at her resi dence, 13 Giles St., Toorak. Mena Flor ence, beloved widow of George Brooks, aged 74 years. BLAIR. — At Stanley Internment Camp, Hongkong, Oct. 13, 1942, Mabel, wife K. Blair, daughter late Mr.-Mns. T. Walker Sydney, sister T. C. Walker, Unley Pk., Reg Walker, Kens. Gdns., Mrs. Phillips, Stirling, Miss A. Walker, Medindie. BATES. — On June 22, St. Peters Wil liam Henry, late 'Advertiser.' loved father of Mrs. Bert Farrell, and grand lather of Jack (R.A.A.F.), Max (H.M.A.S. Shropshire). Ron (A.I.F.). BARRINGTON. — on June 27, at hos pital. Charles, the dearly beloved hus band of the late Elizabeth Barrington, leaving three sons and two daughters, one deceased, aged 83 years. (Late Ful larton Est.) BLEECHMORE.— On June 28, at her residence, 84 Chllders St., North Adelaide Annie Louisa, beloved sister of H. E. Bleechmore, in her 81st year. BRADTKE. — On June 28, at Riverton Hospital, Martha Lydia, beloved wife of C. Bradtke, of Saddleworth. and loving mother of Mabel, Doris (decd.), Gertrude Hilda, Emil, and Victor.   BURDON — On June 27, at Adelaide, James Leonard Burdon, late of Freeling, aged 58 years. COTTON.— On June 20, result of ac cident, Albert E., of "Coolee," Piednippie, husband of Nora, father of A. Eugene, Beryell, Teresa, Kenny (A.I.F.), Nora, Sheila (infants Francis, Mary, Joseph, twins) predeceased him. Aged 57. R.I.P. COTTON — On June 20, result of ac cident, Albert E., of "Coolee," Piednippie. husband of Nora, father of A. Eugene, Beryell, Teresa, Kenny (A.I.F.), Nora Sheila (infants Francis, Mary, Joseph, twins) predeceased him. Aged 57, R.I P. CUMMINS. — On June 27, at Kalgoorlie, Alice Mary, only child of the late James H. and May T. Cummins. Requiescat in pace. CROSER.— On June 23, at her resi dence, Yorketown, Mary Jane, widow of Henry Croser, and loving mother of Tom, Walter and Annie, aged 89 years. CONGDON.— On June 24 (suddenly), at Gawler, John Congdon of Templers. Aged 78 years. CHRISTIE.— On June 27, at 84 Part ridge street, Glenelg, Thomas Robertson Christie, late of Dunfermline, Scotland, in his 82nd year. DOIG. — On June 26, at his late resi dence, 248 Military rd., Semaphore, Wil liam Jackson Doig, aged 73 years.   DOWSETT. — On June 26, at hospital, Edward Isaac, dearly loved husband of Mavis, and loving father of Fay, aged 31 years. A patient sufferer at rest. DAWKINS.- On June 22, at Adelaide,   Harry, loved husband of Doris and be loved only brother in Australia of Lila Bowyer, also eight brothers and sisters in England. Resting.

DEATHS DAVIES.— June 25, at Adelaide, Phoebe E., 21 Forest av., Black Forest, wife late William Davies (Goodwood), mother of Gwynfe (Tom), Myrtle, Jessie, George (dec), William, W.A., Mary, Ethel, Nellie, Harry (A.I.F.) . Aged 78. DUNSMUIR.— On June 21, at a private hospital, Marian Dunlop, dearly beloved wife of the late Robert Dunsmuir. for merly of Sydney, and loving mother oi Robert, Bessie and Marion, in her 95th year. EDGAR.— On June 26. at his residence. 16 Cambridge ter., Kingswood, WllliBm (Scotty), dearly beloved husband of Agnes Edgar, and loving father of Wil liam. Olive. John and Myrtle. Aged 80 years. FITZGERALD. — On June 26, at Ade laide. Elda Rae, dearly beloved youngest daughter 'of Mary J. and the late Alexan der Fitzgerald, of Commercial street. Mount Gambler, in her 25th year. FRASER.— On June 25, at 241 Portrusb road, Glen Osmond, John Allan, dearly beloved husband of Vere Evelyn Fraser and loving father of Linda, Lome, Marion and John, aged 73 years. FOWLER. — On June 23, at residence, 100 Alexander street, Prospect, George C, husband of Katherine Fowler, father of John, Margaret, William, Annie, James, leaving 5 grandchildren, 2 greatgrand children. Aged 79. (Late S.A.R.). R.I.P. FORREST.— On June- 23. at 13 D'Sau marez street, Kensington Park, Florinda. dearly beloved wife of the late Thomas Forrest and loving mother of Roy, in her 60th year. At rest. FLETCHER.— On June 28, at Salisbury, Clara Louisa, widow of Thomas Fletcher, and loving mother of Herbert, Marion, Clara and Norman. Aged 76 years. GILL.— On June 24, Roderick Edwin, dearly beloved husband of the late Mar garet Gill, of Booborowie. Rest in peace. GOODRIDGE.— On June 24, at Ka dina, Margaret C. Goodridge. aged 58 years. Restina. GLACKEN. — On June 24, at his re sidence, 20 Osborne av., Beulah Park, Arthur, second son of the late Thomas and Mary Glacken, .formerly of Port Victoria, aged' 82 years. Requiescat in pace. GASMIER. — On June 22. at Richmond, Richard Gasmier; also on June 22, Emily, dear and only sister of Mary Harman, Underdale. In death they were not divided. GUNN.— At a private hospital, Mei bourne, June 19, David, beloved husband Eileen (Mitchell), loved brother-in-law Fred and Anne Richards, Wallaroo, late Glenelg, aged 62. R.I.P. GREEN. — On June 23, at Victor Harbor, Helen ' Yvonne, dearly loved youngest child of Vera and Norman Green, of Finniss. a^ed ten months. GIBSON ? On June 24, at the residence of her late son-in-law. Mr. F. R. James, 17 York st.. Prospect, Annie, the dearly loved wife of the late W. Gibson, of Orroroo, and loving mother of Bill, Alex, Jean, and Nettie, aged 68 years GROSE. — On June 26 (suddenly), at his residence, 1 McEwin avenue. Plympton, John Alfred Joseph, beloved husband of Bertha and loving father of John, aged 51 years. GILL. — On June 24, at Spaldine (sud denly), Edwin Roderick, dearly beloved husband of the late Margaret Mary Gill, loved father of Leo, father-in-law of Mary, grandfather of Flora and Brian, aged 73. R.I.P. GREENBERG.— On June 27, at his residence, 13 Nelson St., Stepney, David Greenberg, loved brother of Mrs. S. Tait and Miss R. Greenberg, aged 67 years. HERBERT. — on June 26, at Wallaroo, John Frederick, dearly beloved husband of Amelia Herbert, and loving father of Gladys, Jack and Marg, and grandfather of Pam, Betty and Jack. Aged 74 years. Gone to sleep. HONEYCHURCH.— On June 2.6, at Ade laide, Sarah, dearly beloved wife of Frederick Honeychurch, of Brady Creek, via Robertstown, aged 73 years. HANSBERRW— On June 25, Mathias Joseph, beloved husband of Susan M. Hansberry, of 17 Brougham court. North Adelaide, aged 80 years. R.I.P. HART. — On June 23, at Eventide Army Home, Burnside, Edward James Hard late of Iron Bank, aged 89 yeaTs. HODGSON.— On June 21 (suddenly), Thomas, beloved husband of the late Alice Hodgson, late of Mt. Gambier, and loved father of May, Tom, Effie, and Cora, aged 80 years. HOWETT. — on June 24, Annie, be loved mother of William. Arthur and George, aged 65 years. R.I.P. HERBERT. — On June 28. Maurice Eugene Herbert, of 19 Castle St., Ade laide, aged 58 years. Requiescat in pace. JONES. — At Mildura Hospital, on June 23. Lance, loving son of Mr. and Mrs. Ciem Jones, Meringur, Victoria, loved brother of Shirley, Vera, Lorraine and Bruce, aged 2 years, safe with Jesus. JONES.— On June 28, at his late resi dence, Burke St., Tusmore, James Hedley, dearly beloved husband of Blanche Maude, and loving father of Shirley (-Mrs. Les Brown), and Geoffrey. Late of Jones and Morphett. JONES.— On April 2, at Burwood, N.S.W., Edward Ralph Jones, beloved eld est son of late R. C. and E. S. Jones, of Curramulka. Y.P. JOHANSEN.— On June 28, at Whyalla, Jens, late of cowell and Copenhagen, Denmark, dearly beloved brother of Marie and Bode] (Mrs. Anderson), both of Copenhagen, aged 53 years. At rest. JAMES. — On June 20, Rosetta, in her 81st year; also, on May 12, Frank, aged 86 years, dearly loved mother and father of Maud Davies, Marion Keon, Jessie Smith, Annie, Harold and Stan. In death they were not divided. JELLETT. — On June 24, as residence, Pearson St., Naracoorte, Ernest Alfred, beloved husband of Eva, loved father of Aubrey (R.A.A.F.), Enid (Mre. Hartley Gericke), and Evonne (Mrs. Victor Mc Kenzie). Until the day dawns. KIRK. — On June 26, at a private hos pital, George, beloved husband of Clara, of 2a Battams street, St. Peters, late of Jamestown, arid loving father of Stan, Nellie, Ruby, Millie, Arch, and Gladys in his 77th year. ? KNOWLES. — On June 27, at hospital. William Henry, beloved husband of the late Mary Knowles, and loved father of Rose. Winnie, and Howard, aged 74 years. LOWNSBOROUGH, Jack. — Beloved husband of Dora, died suddenly, Bemp ton. England, aged 65 years. LESKE.— On June 23, at 48 Belmore terrace, Woodville Park, Louise, dearly beloved wife of Frederick Leske and lov ing mother of Ben, Nora, and Esther, aged 67 years. Peacefully sleeping. LINDNER.— On June 25, at Mannum Hospital, Maria Emily, widow of Chris- tian Lindner. Aged 85 years. MORGAN. — On June 21 (suddenly), at 1 Walsh street, Southwark. John Henry, the beloved husband of Agnes Morgan, and loved father of Millie, Mrs. Pater son, Edna, Mrs. Bennett, Pearl, Mrs. Wilson: aged 67 years. MARTIN. — on June 22. at Mlnlaton Hospital, Percy Norman, beloved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Martin, aged 42 years. McROSTIE.— On June 23, at Adelaide, Frederick McRostie, dearly loved1 hus band of Fanny McRostie. aged 73 years. MARTIN— On June 23, at 76 Leader street, Forestville, Henrietta, widow of Stephen Martin, and loved mother of Mabel, Clarence and Bert (dec), Hilda (Mrs. Manifold), and Una (Mrs. Well ington), aged 93 years. MILLER.— On June 22, at a private hospital, Ethel Gertrude, the dearly loved wife of Percy Lionel Miller, of Daphne street, Prospect, aged 55 years. MILLAR.— On June 24, at Whyalla Hospital, the infant son of Gordon and Avis Millar. Lived only six hours. MORIARTY.— On June 27, at Brisbane (suddenly), Annie Cecelia, beloved daughter of the late Jane and Daniel Moriarty. aged 41 years. MACDONALD. — On June 27, at a pri vate hospital, North Adelaide, Cherry' Ann, dearly beloved only Infant daugh ter of Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Rainy Mac donald, of Broken Hill and Mildura, aged four years. MEADOWS.— On June 26, at his resi dence, Pinda street, Kilkenny, Samuel Henry, beloved husband of Mabel Eliza Meadows and loving father of Harry, Nell, John (deceased), and Gwen, aged 65 years.

DEATHS MCIRHEAD.— On June 27. at bis resi dence, 25 First avenue, Cheltenham, Francis Alexander, the beloved husband of Agnes Isabel Muirhead and loved father of Lindsay, late Boer war veteran, 32nd Batt.. A.I.F., in his 79th year. MIEGEL. — On June 27. at Mannum, Johannes Paul, dearly beloved husband of Bertha Alice, and loving father of Lewis. Eileen. Esther and Clare. Aged 52 years. ' MITCHELL. — On June 27, at the Hut cliinson Hospital, Gawler. Geoffrey Ernest, oeloved husband of Alice Emily Mitchell, and loved eldest son of Mrs. E. A. and the late E. A. (Bob I Mitchell, of Ward's Belt. Aged 34. Result of accident. MURPHY. — On June 25, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. Mount Bar ker. Bridget Margaret Murphy, loving aunt of Clarice (Wayville). Maurice (Macclesfield), and Bernard , A.I.F. ret.). Aged 75 years. Requiescat in pace. .„ MUNCHENBERG.— On June 27, Wal ter E., the dearly loved husband of Lucy, and darling daddy of Ian, Natalie, and Coralie, of 41 Spring st., York, aged 41 years. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. MATTERS.— June 17, at Perth, J. L. Matters, late of Adelaide, beloved hus band of Emma. Aged 90 years. McNAMARA.— On June 28, at New castle, John,. darling grandson of Mrs. and the late Lieutenant S McNamara, of 78 Penzance St., Glenelg. Aeed 12 years. R.I.P. MORTON.— At Melbourne, June 27, Elizabeth Morton (nee Essie Hlncks). McGUINNESS. — On June 29, at the residence of hei daughter. Mrs. E. Roads, 26 Alexander av., Ashford, Norah, the loved wife of the late Matthew McCuin - ness, late of Myponga. Aged 93 years. McINTOSH.— On June 28, at Adelaide, Margaret Helen Mclntosh. late of the Nurses' Club. 345 King William st. Ade laide. NETTLE. — On June 24, at his residence, 73 Grange road, Reade Park, William John, beloved husband of Grace Nettle and * father of Clarice, Berther, Milton, and Harry, aged 78 years. NORTHCOTT.— On June 26, at Chil dren's Hospital, North Adelaide, Geofrey Ronald, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Northcott (nee Suffolk), of No. 18 Pickering street. Brompton Park. Aged 4V2 years. NEVILLE.— On June 23, . at the Chil dren's Hospital, Harvey, dearly loved son of George Edward and Thelma Neville: in his 5th year. Resting. ORR. — On June 23. at Adelaide, Mar garet, beloved sister of Robert Orr, of Peterborough, and Elizabeth (Mrs. Mc Murtrle). Edwardstown. O'CALLAUAN.— on June 23, John William, beloved husband and loving father of Myrtle and family, Gawler. PARKER.— On June 23, at Strathal byn, Benjamin ^Ernest Parker. loving father of Mrs*. E. J. McLean. Angas Plains, aged 84 years. ROWE. — On June 25, at Naracoorte Hospital, Edith Jane, beloved wife of Frank Howard Rowe, of Naracoorte, and loving mother of Nellie, Muriel, Audrey, Jean, Dorothy and Ronald. Aged 56 years. ROY. — On June 25, at Adelaide, Emily Georgina, the dearly beloved wife of the late Robert Thompson Roy, and beloved mother of Eric, Clem, Lin (A.I.F.), Bert (R.A.A.F.), and Dorothy. Aged 67 years. Peacefully sleeping. PAINE. — On June 27, at the residence of his Eon (Mr. Arthur Paine), Craters, Robert Paine late of Balhannah. Aged 96 years. PRITCHARD.— On June 26. at Wolver ton Private Hospital, Emily Agnes, dearly beloved wife of Frederick Wil liam Prttehard. of Windsor, and loving mother of Les. Arthur and Clem, and Henry (deceased). Aged 72 years. PELLOE. — On. June 25, at Perth, W.A., Theodore Pelloe, retired branch inspec tor, National Bank of Australasia, Ltd., widower of Emily H. Pelloe, of 78 King's Park rd., Perth. Born In Dublin, 7/6/1867, aged 76 Privately cremated, PRYOR. — On June 26, at her late resi dence. No. 31 Lipson st., Port Adelaide, Clara Sabina Pryor, relict of William John Pryor, aged 71 years. RUST.-— On June 27, at her late reslv dence, 11 May street, Sefton Park, Elize beth, beloved wife of Henry John Rust (Brigadier), loving mother of Harold and Bert (deceased), Len (India), and Queenie, aged 78 years. RYAN.— On June 25, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. W. H. Longmire), 26 Goodman avenue, Kilburn, Bridget, beloved wife of the late Michael Ryan. late of Hamley Bridge, loving mother of Mickey, aged 69 years. R.I.P. RYAN.— On June 23, at his residence, Moppa, John, beloved husband of Anna Elizabeth and dearly loved father of Irene, aged 75 years. R.I.P. RITTER. — On June 25, Ernest, beloved husband of Catherine Ritter, of 68 Hope toun av., Kilburn, aged 77 years. ROWE. — On June 28. at Barmera, Lil lian, beloved eldest daughter of Nancy and the late George Rowe, and loving sister of Connie, Edie, Victor, Lily (dec), George, and Ida, aged 48 years. At rest. RANDALL.—On June 14, Sidney Charles, devoted son-in-law of D. and P. Capper, Frewville. Resting. SLY. — On June 26, at Perth, Mary, the* dearly beloved mother of Mrs. David Daff, Rosewater Gardens. Sweetly sleeping. R.I.P. „ SCUTTER. — On June 29, at her resi dence, Renmark, Allison, dearly beloved wife of the late William Scutter. aged 78 years. SAWTELL ? On June 23, William Ed mond, dearly beloved husband of Eliza beth M. Sawtell. late of Goldiug street, York, in his 70th year. SCHCLTZE. — On June 24. at the Jamestown Hospital (result of accident), Walter Edwin, beloved son of Mr. end Mrs. W. Schultze, of Carrieton, aged 33 y%AWYER.— On June 27, at the resi dence of her daughter, Mrs. G. Chene weth, 3 Salter St.. Kensington, Louisa Ann, widow of Andrew Thomas Sawyer, of Penneshaw, K.I., aged 77 years. A patient sufferer at rest. SCANLON. — On June 27, Matthew Frederick Scanlon (late 6th F.A.B., 1st A.I.F.), beloved husband of Elizabeth Scanlon. of 160 Margaret St., North Ade laide. Aged 47 years. R.I.P. TRIPP. — On June 26, at her residence, Moonta Mines, suddenly, Emma, widow of John Tripp. and loved mother of Elsie (Mrs. Em Ellis), Rupert and Emmie (Mrs. Ted Rodda), grandma of Pameja and Peter. Aged 76 years. Resting. TEESISE ? on June 23, at North Ade laide Ethel May Tresise (nee Grant), beloved wife of Milton Tresise, of Gaw ler. and loving mother of Iris. TRENAMAN.— On June 24, at Adelaide, Edward, loved son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Trenaman, Crystal Brook, brother of Bart. Arthur (A.I.F.), Gertrude, Marlon (A.W.A.S.), 12 Clifton St., Pros pect, aged 24 years. TREWENECK.— On June 23, at his re sidence, 6 Eynesbury avenue, Kingswood Park, James, loving husband of Linda Margaret Treweneck, and father of Doro thy (Mrs. Wooding, dec.) and Valerie (Mrs. V. Ramsay), aged 82 years 11 mths. THOMSON ? On June 29, at Minlaton, Alexander, relict of Margaret Thomson, late of Yorketown, father of Mrs. Abbott, Minlaton, Mrs. B. W. Bishop, Mr. L. Thomson, Semaphore; Mrs. W. Brook, Sunbury; Mr. F. Thomas, Kadina; aged 91. TIERNEY.— on June 29, Catherine, wife of late Michael Tierney (Gawler), beloved mother of Chris (dec), Joseph, Jack. Sadie. Frank. R.I.P. VOGT. — On June 26, at Adelaide, Mllada R. L., relict of Gustav A. Vogt, of Mylor, leaving four sons, seven daugh ters, aged 72 years. At rest. WALSH.— On June 27, at Adelaide, Isabella Walsh, of 146 Mead street, Peter head, the loved mother ot Mr&. C. J. Carter, «f Peake, Mrs. W. D. Harper of Parkside, and Mrs. T. Jones, of Peter bead. WATTS.— On June 26. at Glenelg, John, husband of Elvira Louise H. Watts, and father of Sidney (Brighton), Norman, Douglas (Glenelg), Stella (Mrs. A. Brooker), Mona (Mrs. T. Mlldren), Sea cliff. Mercla (Mrs. M. Z. Reid) Nigel, 6. Africa. Aged 80 years. WHITEHEAD.— On June 23, at a pri vate hospital. Edwin Atkinson, beloved husband of the lete Frances Stokoe' Whitehead date of Broken Bill and Kensington Gardens), loving father of Kathleen and Frank, In bis 82nd year.

DEATHS WASHINGTON (nee Gardiner). — On June 24. at Adelaide, Louisa Maud, the beloved wife of LeonaTd Washington. . ot 4 Beaconsfleld St., TJnley, and loving mother of Ron. Alt, and Ray. Aeed 58 years. WILLIAMS. — On June 24, Keith Ron ald, dearly beloved? eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Williams, of Milang, and loving brother of Roy, Doris and Gladys, aged 23 years. WILSON ? On June 25, George Alex ander Wilson, late of Penola, beloved husband of Rhoda Wilson, of 12 Hume St., Adelaide. Aged 63 years. Requiescat WATHERSTONE.— On June 22, at his residence. Port Lincoln, Alexander, be- ' loved husband of Mary E. Watherstone. and father of Maurice and Herbert (dec). Aged 91 years. WALTER. — On June 15, at Laura (sud denly), Glen Woodroofe, eon of Mrs. and late Mr. Alf E. Walter. WHTTTNEY. — On June 25, at 103 Owen terrace, West Croydon, Rose, dearly be loved wife of Harry Millard (Mick) Whittney. aged 63 years. R.I.P. WATKINS. — On June 26, at Nara coorte, George Watkins, late of Benyeo, Victoria, aged 88 years. WAIJLIS. — On June 28. at Adelaide, William Wallis. of 20 Carrington st., Adelaide (late Cooke & Wallis), aged 72 years. WILES. — On June 25, at Mareeba, Trevor John, dearly beloved son of Mrs. and Pte. Ron Wiles, aged 7 . weeks. Passed away. WESTLAKE ? On June 28, at 23 Ar thur St., Payneham, Elizabeth Mary, be loved wife of Henry Westlake and loved mother of Wilfred, Harold, Ida, Zeena, and Thelma. WOOD. — On June SB, at Whyalla, Phillis, dearly beloved wife of Alec John Wood, of 16 Kleeman St., Whyalla, and loving mother of Doreen, aged 50 years. At rest. WRIGHT ? On June 29, at hospital, Ernest George, the beloved husband of Isamia Wright, of 307 Halifax St.. city. Aged 74 years. DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE 'At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.' DEACON. — A tribute to the memory ol my friend, Sgt-Pilot Kenneth Deacon, who lost his life in England on June 7, 1943. — Always remembered by his pal. Ron Male (R.A.A.F.), Tamworth. N.S.W. HASENOHR.— On June 19, died of wounds in New Guinea, Sgt. Observer Rob ert Hasenohr. R.A.A.F., loved fiance of Peggy McGuiness. Aged 20 years. KIRK. — On June 17, in 12th Australian General Hospital, Warwick. Queensland, W.O.I Maurice James Kirk dearly loved only child of G. T. and E. M. Kirk, James town. Aged 32 years and 10 months. At rest. HEROES OF THE EMPIRE 'At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.' COWLING. — A tribute to the memory of Lieut. Ralph Dowling, killed in action in Middle East, July, 1942. — Inserted by Cyril and Mary Costello. A tribute of remembrance to Lieuten ants D. Mulligan and J. Grant, also Cpl. G. Hubbard, killed in action in the Syrian campaign, June-July, 1941. — Inserted by members of 'C' Coy., 2/27th Bn., A.I.F. A tribute of remembrance to Ptes. L. Clark, R. Pettman, A. Hawke, B. Miller, R. Petherlck, L. Saint, J. Maclnnes and F. Southall, killed in action in Syrian campaign, June-July, 1941. — Inserted by members of 'C' Coy., 2/27th Bn., A.I.F. IN MEMORIAM COOPER. — Loving memory of my dear son Charles Alfred, passed away June 26, 19aO. Always in my thoughts. — Inserted by his loving mother and grandparents, 20 Park street. Hackney. DAVILL. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on July 2, 1940. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept.— Inserted by loving wife and family, Oi'addie. HILL (nee Johnson). — In loving memory of our dear sister Gladys, who passed away on June 28, 1933. — Ever re membered by Murray -A.I.F.), and son. MICKAN. — Treasured memories of our dear father and grandfather, passed away July 1, 1942. Always loved and never forgotten. — Ever remembered by his daughter, son-in-law Sylvia and Lyle, and grandchildren, June, Ralph, Gary, and Audrey. MICKAN, Rudolf.— A tribute of love to the memory of my dear husband, passed away on July 1, 1942. Always remem bered. — Inserted by his wife, A. Mickan. Tarnma. NESS. — In loving memory of husband and father, passed away June 30, 1938. A tribute of love and affection of one we shall never forget. — Inserted by wife, son and daughters, Mt. Hope.

IN MEMORIAM PRETTEJOHN. — In loving memory ot our darling Lauril, who passed away July 4.— Ever remembered by her father, mother and sisters. VENNING. — In memory of dear dad, passed away (suddenly) July 3, 1941, at Kimba. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of one we loved and will never for get. — Inserted by his son Murray and friend Daphne. ZWAR. — In loving memory of dear father, who died 28/6/40; also dear mother, died 27/7/04. God will clasp the broken chain closer when we meet again. — Inserted by Arthur, sisters, and grand children. . RETURN THANKS MR. and Mrs. G. B. Smith and family and Mrs. H. J. Smith wish to thank their many kind friends and relatives for expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their beloved husband, son and brother.

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