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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,986
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,601
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,811
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,843
...
122 spellcheck 424,669
123 desmodium 424,511
124 SusanPilar 424,289
125 CooT 416,933
126 elvie 412,798
127 estevard 411,961

416,933 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 1,659
September 2019 1,543
August 2019 4,135
July 2019 2,742
June 2019 6,212
May 2019 7,200
April 2019 6,916
March 2019 2,112
February 2019 8,966
January 2019 10,381
December 2018 4,495
November 2018 180
October 2018 197
September 2018 205
August 2018 2,632
July 2018 7,006
June 2018 5,920
May 2018 1,606
April 2018 6,950
March 2018 4,151
February 2018 5,580
January 2018 8,212
December 2017 10,236
November 2017 1,772
October 2017 831
September 2017 2,786
August 2017 2,051
July 2017 12,361
June 2017 4,390
May 2017 1,616
April 2017 4,292
March 2017 2,430
February 2017 8,966
January 2017 5,805
December 2016 2,550
November 2016 2,401
October 2016 8,502
September 2016 3,594
August 2016 7,651
July 2016 6,249
June 2016 2,520
May 2016 2,264
April 2016 1,862
March 2016 4,222
February 2016 1,150
January 2016 11,362
December 2015 10,813
November 2015 1,246
October 2015 5,682
September 2015 9,251
August 2015 6,891
July 2015 5,923
June 2015 5,414
May 2015 1,754
April 2015 2,257
March 2015 605
February 2015 468
January 2015 3,151
December 2014 2,133
November 2014 370
October 2014 1,990
September 2014 1,900
August 2014 1,697
July 2014 6,935
June 2014 2,008
May 2014 1,184
April 2014 12,247
March 2014 6,982
February 2014 4,137
January 2014 1,315
December 2013 1,032
November 2013 88
October 2013 6,306
September 2013 5,000
August 2013 4,564
July 2013 3,182
June 2013 4,145
May 2013 2,786
April 2013 3,753
March 2013 3,914
February 2013 1,465
January 2013 1,457
December 2012 1,565
November 2012 1,597
October 2012 367
August 2012 1,897
July 2012 10,437
June 2012 6,768
May 2012 3,280
April 2012 6,027
March 2012 2,055
February 2012 5,144
January 2012 1,093
December 2011 2,079
November 2011 1,871
October 2011 8,113
September 2011 11,488
August 2011 6,777
July 2011 1,423
June 2011 44

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,784
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,601
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,790
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,830
...
121 desmodium 424,511
122 SusanPilar 424,289
123 sonmaa 421,475
124 CooT 416,933
125 elvie 412,766
126 estevard 411,961

416,933 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 1,659
September 2019 1,543
August 2019 4,135
July 2019 2,742
June 2019 6,212
May 2019 7,200
April 2019 6,916
March 2019 2,112
February 2019 8,966
January 2019 10,381
December 2018 4,495
November 2018 180
October 2018 197
September 2018 205
August 2018 2,632
July 2018 7,006
June 2018 5,920
May 2018 1,606
April 2018 6,950
March 2018 4,151
February 2018 5,580
January 2018 8,212
December 2017 10,236
November 2017 1,772
October 2017 831
September 2017 2,786
August 2017 2,051
July 2017 12,361
June 2017 4,390
May 2017 1,616
April 2017 4,292
March 2017 2,430
February 2017 8,966
January 2017 5,805
December 2016 2,550
November 2016 2,401
October 2016 8,502
September 2016 3,594
August 2016 7,651
July 2016 6,249
June 2016 2,520
May 2016 2,264
April 2016 1,862
March 2016 4,222
February 2016 1,150
January 2016 11,362
December 2015 10,813
November 2015 1,246
October 2015 5,682
September 2015 9,251
August 2015 6,891
July 2015 5,923
June 2015 5,414
May 2015 1,754
April 2015 2,257
March 2015 605
February 2015 468
January 2015 3,151
December 2014 2,133
November 2014 370
October 2014 1,990
September 2014 1,900
August 2014 1,697
July 2014 6,935
June 2014 2,008
May 2014 1,184
April 2014 12,247
March 2014 6,982
February 2014 4,137
January 2014 1,315
December 2013 1,032
November 2013 88
October 2013 6,306
September 2013 5,000
August 2013 4,564
July 2013 3,182
June 2013 4,145
May 2013 2,786
April 2013 3,753
March 2013 3,914
February 2013 1,465
January 2013 1,457
December 2012 1,565
November 2012 1,597
October 2012 367
August 2012 1,897
July 2012 10,437
June 2012 6,768
May 2012 3,280
April 2012 6,027
March 2012 2,055
February 2012 5,144
January 2012 1,093
December 2011 2,079
November 2011 1,871
October 2011 8,113
September 2011 11,488
August 2011 6,777
July 2011 1,423
June 2011 44

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Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 7 August 1915 [Issue No.2,972] page 31 2019-10-17 21:50
TAYLOR.— In loving memory of Louisa, the
beloved wile of Robert Taylor, who died at Payne
ham on the 30th July, 1913, aged 66 years.
LAWSON.— In 'loving memory . of dear Minnie,
who died on July 80, 1907.
EDWARDS.— In loving roemoQ,' of my dear hus.
band, Jaim David, who passed away July .30, 1918, '
—Inserted by Iiii loviBK ?»!!«. Edith Edwards.
M0HRI8;— In loved memory- ol our -^ecr' -Ja-3
and husband, Junes Alfred Morris, who -passed
away August ^, 1918.— His lo\ing 'vife and sons,
Harry and Junes. A void in tfie bonie,
:TAYU)R,— In lovin(if memory o! our dear mother
and irrMama, who died at 'Our Wurlie.' Maejll,
Aueust 8, 19t8r Some day we will understand.—
ROONEY-— In loving ineroory ot my' dear
mother, who died at Bute, August 9, 100i, Though
death divides, fond memory, ollnge. ?, -May her
soul rest in. peace.— Inserted by her loving daugh
ter, Maud. ........ ' ' :
PINK (nee Tolhurst).— In loving memory *f
our eldest daughter, Nellie, .
Quecnstovra.
BRIGHT.— Iu loving memory of our dear hus
away August .8, 1912. :
—Inserted by hl» loving wife and children.
GASEY. — In loving memory of my' dear hm-.
band and fattier, who died at Oodla Wirra, on
August 8. 1808. ' .
Inserted. by his loving wife and family.
DIXON,— In loving memory of our dear hus
band and father, who died at Queen-street, Ken
sington. South' Australia, August S, 1913.
SHE.PHARD.— In loving memory of our dear
son. Terence, who died July 31, 1908, at 47,
Oarrington-etreet, Adelaide.— inserted by bis lov
ing father, mother, brothers, and Bisters, Ade
laide. ?
LEE. — In loving remembrance' of our dear
mother, Hannah Elizabeth Lee, who died, at
College-road, Kent Town, July Si, WOO. 'Thy
will be done.'— Inserted by her loS-ing children.
daughter and eister, Jennie, who died at Salop
street, Kensington, on July 3J, 1909.— Inserted by
M. Kroncke, Oakflcld Hotel.
COOPEB.— In loving memory 'of our dear
July 81, 1909. — Bvtr remembered by her loving
diildren, Mollie, Willie, Harry. '.
?GILFORD. —In loving memory of George Gil
1913, njred (38 years; also George, loved son of
the above, accidentally killed-at Paskeville, Feb
ruary U, 1909, aged 21 years.— Inserted by the
BROW^.—In sad but loving memory of our
dear father, Donald Grant, who passed peace
fully . away August 1, 1913.— Inserted by his lov
ing daughter, son, and son-in-lpWi ?
TAMLIX. — In-loving memory of our dear dau^rh
ior and sister, Xell, who died July 31. 1007.
'Fond nien'iories ever linger.' — Inserted by her
PENGILLY.— In loving remembrance of our
wife and mother, died July 81, 1914. Gone, but
not forgotten.— Inserted .by her loving husband
and sons. Fred and Lawrence.
PENG1LLY.— In fond memory of our dear sister
Edith, who passed -away at Adelaide, '31st July,
V9U.
— -Inserted by her loving sisters and brothers.
PENGILLY.— In loving, memory of our dear
31st July, 1914. . -' ? ?
'Though death divides, fond memories cling.'
PENGILLY.— In loving memory of our dear
daughter, who died at Adelaide, July 3^,
1914. - ?
— Ir.perted by her loving parents, W. Q. and E.
llill, Caniiiirton-strcct, citj'. ' '
PEXGILI/Y.— In loving memory of my dear
—Inserted by her loving brother, F. S. Hill, New.
castlf. N.S.W. ?
GEHL1N0. — In loving memory of our dear
? — Inserted by her loving brothers-in-law and
.sistert-in-law, Ppfnt Pass. -
PBOVIS.— In sad, loving memory ol my dear
husband, Fred, died July SI, 1913.
—Inserter! by iis sorrowing wife, Helen l'rovM.;
BAIN.— In fond memory of my darling mother,
who passed away, August 1, 1910 ?
BAIK-— In -cherished memory of my darling
mother, who died August. 1, 19-10.
Hyde. ....
BAIN.— In fond remembrance of my dear wife
and mother, -who died August 1,-1910.
— Inserted bv- her loving husband smd daughter,
Olive, :Qlenplg. ? ? ?
- HO WELL.— In sad but. loving memory of a dear
wife and mother, wbi passed away on July 81,
1»1S. ' ', '
—Inserted, by her loving husband, sons, and
daughters.- -
MOORE.— I» loving memory of our dear father,
Thbusti death divides, fond: memory clings.
—Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law.
IN MEMORIAM.
TAYLOR. —In loving memory of Louisa, the
beloved wile of Robert Taylor, who died at Payne-
ham on the 30th July, 1913, aged 65 years.
LAWSON. —In loving memory of dear Minnie,
who died on July 30, 1907.
EDWARDS. —In loving memory of my dear hus-
band, James David, who passed away July 30, 1913.
—Inserted by his loving wife, Edith Edwards.
MORRIS. —In loved memory of our dear dad
and husband, James Alfred Morris, who passed
away August 3, 1913. —His loving wife and sons,
Harry and James. A void in the home.
TAYLOR. —In loving memory of our dear mother
and grandma, who died at "Our Wurlie," Magill,
August 3, 1913. Some day we will understand. —
ROONEY. —In loving memory of my dear
mother, who died at Bute, August 3, 1904. Though
death divides, fond memory clings. May her
soul rest in peace. —Inserted by her loving daugh-
ter, Maud.
PINK (nee Tolhurst). —In loving memory of
our eldest daughter, Nellie.
Queenstown.
BRIGHT. —In loving memory of our dear hus-
away August 3, 1912.
—Inserted by his loving wife and children.
CASEY. —In loving memory of my dear hus-
band and father, who died at Oodla Wirra, on
August 3, 1908.
Inserted by his loving wife and family.
DIXON. —In loving memory of our dear hus-
band and father, who died at Queen-street, Ken-
sington, South Australia, August 3, 1913.
SHEPHARD. —In loving memory of our dear
son, Terence, who died July 31, 1908, at 47,
Carrington-street, Adelaide. —Inserted by his lov-
ing father, mother, brothers, and sisters, Ade-
laide.
mother, Hannah Elizabeth Lee, who died at
College-road, Kent Town, July 31, 1900. "Thy
will be done." —Inserted by her loving children.
daughter and sister, Jennie, who died at Salop-
street, Kensington, on July 31, 1909. —Inserted by
M. Kroncke, Oakfield Hotel.
COOPER. —In loving memory of our dear
July 31, 1909. —Ever remembered by her loving
children, Mollie, Willie, Harry.
GILFORD. —In loving memory of George Gil-
1913, aged 68 years; also George, loved son of
the above, accidentally killed at Paskeville, Feb-
ruary 24, 1909, aged 21 years. —Inserted by the
BROWN. —In sad but loving memory of our
dear father, Donald Grant, who passed peace-
fully away August 1, 1913. —Inserted by his lov-
ing daughter, son, and son-in-law.
TAMLIN. —In loving memory of our dear daugh-
ter and sister, Nell, who died July 31, 1907.
"Fond memories ever linger." —Inserted by her
PENGILLY. —In loving remembrance of our
wife and mother, died July 31, 1914. Gone, but
not forgotten. —Inserted by her loving husband
and sons, Fred and Lawrence.
PENGILLY. —In fond memory of our dear sister
Edith, who passed away at Adelaide, 31st July,
1914.
—Inserted by her loving sisters and brothers.
PENGILLY. —In loving memory of our dear
"Though death divides, fond memories cling."
—Inserted by her loving brother and sister-in-
PENGILLY. —In loving memory of our dear
daughter, who died at Adelaide, July 31st,
1914.
—Inserted by her loving parents, W. G. and E.
Hill, Carrington-street, city.
PENGILLY. —In loving memory of my dear
—Inserted by her loving brother, F. S. Hill, New-
castle, N. S. W. ?
GEHLING. —In loving memory of our dear
sisters-in-law, Point Pass.
PROVIS. —In sad, loving memory of my dear
husband, Fred, died July 31, 1913.
—Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Helen Provis.
BAIN. —In fond memory of my darling mother,
who passed away, August 1, 1910.
BAIN. —In cherished memory of my darling
mother, who died August 1, 1910.
Hyde.
BAIN. —In fond remembrance of my dear wife
and mother, who died August 1, 1910.
—Inserted by her loving husband and daughter,
Olive, Glenelg.
HOWELL. —In sad but loving memory of a dear
wife and mother, who passed away on July 31,
1913.
—Inserted by her loving husband, sons, and
daughters.
MOORE. —In loving memory of our dear father,
Though death divides, fond memory clings.
—Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law,
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 7 August 1915 [Issue No.2,972] page 31 2019-10-17 21:33 O'NEILL. - On the 1st Augurt,' -'it 3th»;. Private .
Hospital, Sortii Adelaldei Kurge- Ttaxy ^'««ill, ;
aged ^28 -yelira. 'Be^uUMht'Ui. ^fcU.' -;
HAYWARD. — On the 31st July, at her jjapMitt'
residence,-' Gilbert-street, Goodwood, Lillian, jtht
beloved .daughter- of J. and T. Hayward, agea
HANN.— On ther«Ut -July, at his ; residence, -
James-street, Payneham, Mr. George Henry Hahn,
in iiit «Srd yeaj. ....'?':.': '.
JENKINS. — On the SUt July, at the
Adelaide Hospital, Henry Altfert, dearly ^beloved
husband of Annie Jenkins, aged 60 years, leaving,
a sorrowing wife, sou, and two daughters. Safe,
with Jesus. ''.,' .-.?.. ??..?'?
LEONARD.— On the 1st Augurt, the dearly he- :
loved. Infant son, Francis (Frahkle), Of Mr. and
Mrs. D. Leonard, of Currle-street,' ag-ed 2 years -
and 6 months. . ? , ? ?? ?
FALKNER. - On the 31st July, Charles Falk.
ner, of Plsher-etreet, Malvern, late ol StanslHiir.c, .
Y.P., aged 82 yean. .
KLEINHAMMER.— On ihe 29th July/ Heleri*,
the beloved wife of O. Kle[Dhomn»er, and
youngest; daughter of the late H. A. Bohm, aged
45 yean. ? ? .. ? . ?'.- , .. .-.-
BEGLEY. - On the Xtt August, at his sonln
law's residence, ShefBeld-rtreet, Malvern, George
Catbcart, dearly beloved husbind of the late
Emma Elisabeth Begley, in hfa 65th year. *?
SUTHERLAND.— On the 31st July, at the resi
WALKER.— On the 1st August, At the Adelaide
HosRitol. of meningitis, Gilbert Gladstone (Bert),
dearly-beloved fourth .son., .of William Walker,
sen., of Alfiop-street, Semaphore, aged 17 yean
auj 6 months.
FORRESTER.— On the 31st July, at James
street, - Robert, the beloved husband of Elktbeth
KIDDLE.— On the 2nd August, at Hawthorn. Vic
toria, Myra, dearly beloved wife of 3. L- Kiddle,
eldest daughter of Pearcs Delbridg-e, Glenelg.
MILLER.— On the 2nd Augast, «t Monrefth,
Lottie M. A., beloved wife of H. W, A. Miller,
aged 30 yearn.' ' - ' z215
DOWNER.— On the 2nd August, at. Ins residence,
Pehnington-terrace, North Adelaide, John William
Downer. . .
WILLIAMS.— On the 1st August, lit his l«te
residence, Mnin-street, York, Edgar William.' the
dearly-hsloved husband of Edith Annie Williams,
seed 32 years, after a painful illness. . 2^4-6
McNAUGHTON.— Oh the 8irt. July.' at SaUsburj',
McNatfghton. apred 61 years, late of Yanyarriej
HANNAFORD.— On the 2nd August, at '.'H^ath
field,' Aldgate, Jane Hannaford, in her 89th ^ear.
PONTON.— On the*2nd August, at her residence,
Salisbury, Margaret, relict of Charles Maivef Pon:
BASFORD.— On the 2nd August, *t his resi
dence, Foster-street, Porestville, Thomas H. .Ch.
Basford, the' dearly beloved husband of Ellen Bas
McGUINNESS.— On the 20th July, at the resi
dence of her son-in-law (Ifr. H. Jensen), Queen
street, Yatala, 'Mary Ann, the ieloved wife . ol
Thomas SfcGuiaiiess, of Yatala, aged 83 years. At
CLARK.— On the 27th July, at Dale-t.treet, Port
Adelaide, Thomas Clark, aged 61 yeara. R.I.P.
HATCH.— On the 2nd August, at th« Adelaide
Hospital. Sarah, beloved wife of John. Charles
KEMBLE.— On the 29th July, at Baldina, George
Eemible, the beloved hiWband of Elizabeth Ann
Kemblc, aged 64 years and 11 months, leaving a
HAMS.— On the 13th July, at 'Kenlervan,' near
Quinn, of Terowie, aged 63 years..
HAENDL.— On the 2nd August, suddenly, at
Sevenhilte College, the Bev. Charles Iiaendl. S.J.,
in his 6Sth year.
EVERETT.— On the 2nd AugUEt, at his resi
dence, 'Ooydah,' 27, Parade, Norwood, Charlea
Ellis, beloved husband of Sfary Ann Everett,
FRISBY. - On the' 3rd August, at Victoria-street,
Fri6by, aged 49 years.
ROWAN.— On the 12th July, at the . Adelaide
dearly beloved son of Mrs. S. J. Rowan, A'tberton,
and John Rowan, Woverley, Sydney, aged 20
years and i months. At rest. Sydney ^ipers
HASTINGS.— On the 30th July, at the Sema
6en., the beloved husband of Jane Hastings, of
Colonist of 38 years.
HEXDERSON.— On the 25th July, at Korth Sor
wood, iiary Kathleen (Kate),' the dearly beloved
of Catherine and the late Thomas Connor, imi
Eister of Edwin, Len, Chris, and Eily Connor.
S.I.P. .;
HURST.— On the 81st July, at the- residence of
her Son-in-law, John Rehn, Houghton, Emma, the
'The Lord is my shepherd.'
MAIN.— On the 1st ? August, ? at hiB^sidence,:
OH-street. 'West Perth, of S^neimiorfiai^rthufc G.J
McMAHON.-On the 1st August, Andrew
MeMahon. police constable, of Alberton, late of
ROBINSON.— On the 4th August, at the Ade
laide Hospital, David Hastings (Jack^, tlie dearly
beloved second son of Mrs, J. .Robinson, Joslin
street, Wayvillc, and grandson of David Mc
Kenzie (lato of Cowell), aged 20 years and 6
OSBORNE.— On the 4th August, at his residence,
WEST.— On the 3rd AuRust, at Goolva, Prances,
years. ....
WRIGHT. - On the 20th July, at his residence.
Macelesfteld. Samuel Wright, in. his 78rd year,
[ate of Victoria.
ATKINS.— At Port Pirie Hospital, Stephen Henry
Atkins, aged 0t years. Enjjlith papers please
SEILER. - On the 25th July, 'Fern Furm,'
Avis T. Beiler, aged 07 years 10 montlis, after
a 1o»k illness. A patient sufferer at rest: New
ERICKSON (nee Couch).— Oh the 3rd Aiurust,
at'Kanowna-road, Largs Bay. Ada. Coral Erickson,'
beloved . daughter of Alfred David and Frances
JAMIESON.— On the 3rd August, William
Jsnjiesoi), late of Wrig-ht-street, Adelaide, beloved
CONWAY.— On the 30th July, at Quorn, Cathe-
JEFFRIES.— On tUe Srd August, at Children's
Hospital, Rita Mavis, dearly Deloved youngest
daughter of' R. and L. Jeffries, aged 8 years. A
patient little sufferer at Test.
COBB.— On the 8rd Aupiet, at Adelaide
test.
POTTER.— Ou the 1st August, at Ri«rton, Mary
Jane, relict of James Potter, aged '64' lears.
. . 217-8
GILES.— On the 4th August, at the resideiieu
ot Mrs. Lee, Dew-street, Mile-End, Jaue, widow
of the late Robert GileB, aged' 81 years,
MILLERD.— On the 2flth July, at Solomontown,
?William P. T. (Willie), the dearly' beloved $on
! of Benjamin and Margaret Millerd, end darling
'little brother of Bennic, Nita, and Josey, agedS
montlis and one week. W« leved you,. Williis,
but the Lord loved you best. . .
MUNRO.-On the 20th July, at the Port Au
gusta Hospital (suddenly), of typhoid fever, Dun
can . Davidson, dearly loved third son of George
«nd Catherine Munro, of Bafoota, aged 81 years.
O'NEILL. —On the 1st August, at the Private
Hospital, North Adelalde, Nurse Mary O'Neill,
aged 28 years. Requiscat in pace.
HAYWARD. —On the 31st July, at her parents'
residence, Gilbert-street, Goodwood, Lillian, the
beloved daughter of J. and T. Hayward, aged
HANN. —On the 31st July, at his residence,
James-street, Payneham, Mr. George Henry Hann,
in his 63rd year.
JENKINS.—On the 31st July, at the
Adelaide Hospital, Henry Albert, dearly beloved
husband of Annie Jenkins, aged 50 years, leaving
a sorrowing wife, son, and two daughters. Safe
with Jesus.
LEONARD. —On the 1st August, the dearly be-
loved infant son, Francis (Frankie), of Mr. and
Mrs. D. Leonard, of Currie-street, aged 2 years
and 5 months.
FALKNER. —On the 31st July, Charles Falk-
ner, of Fisher-street, Malvern, late of Stansbury,
Y. P., aged 82 years.
KLEINHAMMER. —On the 29th July, Helene,
the beloved wife of O. Kleinhammer, and
youngest daughter of the late H. A. Bohm, aged
45 years.
BEGLEY. —On the 1st August, at his son-in-
law's residence, Sheffield-street, Malvern, George
Cathcart, dearly beloved husband of the late
Emma Elizabeth Begley, in his 65th year.
SUTHERLAND. —On the 31st July, at the resi-
WALKER. —On the 1st August, at the Adelaide
Hospital, of meningitis, Gilbert Gladstone (Bert),
dearly-beloved fourth son of William Walker,
sen., of Alsop-street, Semaphore, aged 17 years
and 6 months.
FORRESTER. —On the 31st July, at James-
street, Robert, the beloved husband of Elizabeth
KIDDLE. —On the 2nd August, at Hawthorn, Vic-
toria, Myra, dearly beloved wife of J. L. Kiddle,
eldest daughter of Pearce Delbridge, Glenelg.
MILLER. —On the 2nd August, at Monreith,
Lottie M. A., beloved wife of H. W. A. Miller,
aged 30 years. z215
DOWNER. —On the 2nd August, at his residence,
Pennington-terrace, North Adelaide, John William
Downer.
WILLIAMS. —On the 1st August, at his late
residence, Main-street, York, Edgar William, the
dearly-beloved husband of Edith Annie Williams,
aged 32 years, after a painful illness. 214-5
McNAUGHTON. —On the 31st July, at Salisbury,
McNaughton, aged 64 years, late of Yanyarrie.
HANNAFORD. —On the 2nd August, at "Heath-
field," Aldgate, Jane Hannaford, in her 89th year.
PONTON. —On the 2nd August, at her residence,
Salisbury, Margaret, relict of Charles Manef Pon-
BASFORD. —On the 2nd August, at his resi-
dence, Foster-street, Forestville, Thomas H. Ch.
Basford, the dearly beloved husband of Ellen Bas-
McGUINNESS. —On the 29th July, at the resi-
dence of her son-in-law (Mr. H. Jensen), Queen-
street, Yatala, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of
Thomas McGuinness, of Yatala, aged 83 years. At
CLARK. —On the 27th July, at Dale-street, Port
Adelaide, Thomas Clark, aged 61 years. R. I. P.
HATCH. —On the 2nd August, at the Adelaide
Hospital, Sarah, beloved wife of John Charles
KEMBLE. —On the 29th July, at Baldina, George
Kemble, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Ann
Kemble, aged 64 years and 11 months, leaving a
HAMS. —On the 13th July, at "Kenlervan," near
Quinn, of Terowie, aged 53 years.
HAENDL. —On the 2nd August, suddenly, at
Sevenhills College, the Rev. Charles Haendl, S. J.,
in his 68th year.
EVERETT. —On the 2nd August, at his resi-
dence, "Cloydah," 27, Parade, Norwood, Charles
Ellis, beloved husband of Mary Ann Everett,
FRISBY. —On the 3rd August, at Victoria-street,
Frisby, aged 49 years.
ROWAN. —On the 12th July, at the Adelaide
dearly beloved son of Mrs. S. J. Rowan, Alberton,
and John Rowan, Waverley, Sydney, aged 20
years and 4 months. At rest. Sydney papers
HASTINGS. —On the 30th July, at the Sema-
sen., the beloved husband of Jane Hastings, of
Colonist of 39 years.
HENDERSON. —On the 25th July, at North Nor-
wood, Mary Kathleen (Kate), the dearly beloved
of Catherine and the late Thomas Connor, and
sister of Edwin, Len, Chris, and Eily Connor.
R. I. P.
HURST. —On the 31st July, at the residence of
her son-in-law, John Rehn, Houghton, Emma, the
"The Lord is my shepherd."
MAIN. —On the 1st August, at his residence,
Ord-street, West Perth, of Pneumonia, Arthur G.
McMAHON. —On the 1st August, Andrew
McMahon. police constable, of Alberton, late of
ROBINSON. —On the 4th August, at the Ade-
laide Hospital, David Hastings (Jack), the dearly-
beloved second son of Mrs. J. Robinson, Joslin-
street, Wayville, and grandson of David Mc-
Kenzie (late of Cowell), aged 20 years and 6
OSBORNE. —On the 4th August, at his residence,
WEST. —On the 3rd August, at Goolwa, Frances,
years.
WRIGHT. —On the 20th July, at his residence,
Macelesfield, Samuel Wright, in his 73rd year,
late of Victoria.
ATKINS. —At Port Pirie Hospital, Stephen Henry
Atkins, aged 62 years. English papers please
SEILER. —On the 25th July, "Fern Farm,"
Avis T. Seiler, aged 67 years 10 months, after
a long illness. A patient sufferer at rest. New
ERICKSON (nee Couch). —On the 3rd August,
at Kanowna-road, Largs Bay, Ada Coral Erickson,
beloved daughter of Alfred David and Frances
JAMIESON. —On the 3rd August, William
Jamieson, late of Wright-street, Adelaide, beloved
CONWAY. —On the 30th July, at Quorn, Cathe-
JEFFRIES. —On the 3rd August, at Children's
Hospital, Rita Mavis, dearly beloved youngest
daughter of R. and L. Jeffries, aged 8 years. A
patient little sufferer at rest.
COBB. —On the 3rd August, at Adelaide
rest.
POTTER. —On the 1st August, at Riverton, Mary
Jane, relict of James Potter, aged 64 years.
217-8
GILES. —On the 4th August, at the residence
of Mrs. Lee, Dew-street, Mile-End, Jane, widow
of the late Robert Giles, aged 84 years.
MILLERD. —On the 29th July, at Solomontown,
William P. T. (Willie), the dearly beloved son
of Benjamin and Margaret Millerd, and darling
little brother of Bennie, Nita, and Josey, aged 8
months and one week. We loved you, Willie,
but the Lord loved you best.
MUNRO. —On the 29th July, at the Port Au-
gusta Hospital (suddenly), of typhoid fever, Dun-
can Davidson, dearly loved third son of George
and Catherine Munro, of Baroota, aged 31 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 7 August 1915 [Issue No.2,972] page 31 2019-10-17 21:03 MAYNE. - On the 29th July, at her residence,
HOFFMANN. - On the 29tU July, at Lyndoch,
iloffmann, aged 07 years. At rest.
ANDERSON. - On the 22nd July, at the ipsI
deuce of lier son, J. Anderson, Queen-s^rwt,
Alberton, Mary, relict of John Anderson, Egcd
74 years. v
ROBERTS.— On the 28th July, at Balaklava,
Roberts, aged 5- years. Deeply Regretted.
FAIRBROTHER.— On the 2flUi July, at hU
mother's residence, FiBher-ftreet, Fullarton, Wil
liam S., third son oi J. and the late AV. Fair
brotlier, aged U years.
BlDDELL. - On the 5th July, at Lake Wangary,
Bridcet, the beloved wife of E. J. Biddcll, and
daughter of the late Michel SJieridan. of Port
end sister.
BARBOUR.— On the 29th July, Andrew, beloved
husband of Anne Barbour, ol Taitc-teiTace, Croy
don, aeed 73 years.
RIVETT.-On the 2fith June, at Clare, Ellen M.,
widow of George Rivett, leaving 4 sons, 6 daugh
loss, in her 63rd year. At rest. ?
?f the soul of Brother Patrick Storey, S.J., who
instant, at Sevenhllls College. R.I.P.
PELZER.— On the 29th -July, at Strathalbyu,
aged 46 years. ?
CARROLL.— On the 20£h July, at Oator-strest
Hindmareli West, Mary, ? the . beloved wife o*
r.i.p.
SYMONS.— On the ,29th July, at his residence.
third son of Mr. W. 1J. Sympris, Mylar. . .
PHILLIPS (nee Stirling). -On the 28th July
Levi Phillips, Tiged 21 years.' . At rest.
CAMERON.— On the 14th July, after a long,
cninfnl illness, Lilla, dearly beloved wife of W. J,
Cameron, anrf eldest daughter, of Mrs.' C. A. Berry,
Murraytbwri, ajred 29 years, : A ^patient sufferer,
DOWNING.— On the 29th' July? at Downing
etrcct, Brighton,' Amelia, the beloved wife of
Albert Downing, : aged e8 'J-ears. A patient
sufferer gone' to rest. -
LANGENBERGER.— On the 80th July, Philip
Langenbcrg-er, and father of Bertrum and Alfred,
et Fairford-street, Unley, aged 08.- A colonist
BRANDER.— On the 10th July, - at Sydney, sud
denly. Alexander Brumler, soli of the Ufce James
BLUFF.— On the 30th July,; at Collins-street,
EnOeld, Eliza Bluff, relict - ol . Charles BluS, aged
85 years. At rest, .
BRYSON.— On. the 2nd Julyt'ttt Waiau, Biver
Hawke'g Bay, K.Z:, Thomas P. (Toni), beloved
eldest son of Rieliard and Louisa ^f.' (nee Myall),
also beloved brother of IHhia, Norman, and Ella
Caspilis, Vic, accidentally drowned, aged 19
Lead -kindly light amid encircling; gloom.
How sweetly .o'er our spirits, -' :
HuBlring the 'heart1* wild^'moan,
Comes thq whisper of faithy'be patient,
And in heaven ws'H v»o«' out town.
MAYNE. —On the 29th July, at her residence,
HOFFMANN. —On the 29th July, at Lyndoch,
Hoffmann, aged 67 years. At rest.
ANDERSON. —On the 22nd July, at the resi-
dence of her son, J. Anderson, Queen-street,
Alberton, Mary, relict of John Anderson, aged
74 years.
ROBERTS. —On the 28th July, at Balaklava,
Roberts, aged 54 years. Deeply Regretted.
FAIRBROTHER. —On the 26th July, at his
mother's residence, Fisher-street, Fullarton, Wil-
liam S., third son of J. and the late W. Fair-
brother, aged 44 years.
BIDDELL. —On the 5th July, at Lake Wangary,
Bridget, the beloved wife of E. J. Biddell, and
daughter of the late Michel Sheridan, of Port
Lincoln. R. I. P. —Inserted by her loving husband
and sister.
BARBOUR. —On the 29th July, Andrew, beloved
husband of Anne Barbour, of Taite-terrace, Croy-
don, aged 73 years.
RIVETT. —On the 28th June, at Clare, Ellen M.,
widow of George Rivett, leaving 4 sons, 6 daugh-
loss, in her 63rd year. At rest.
STOREY. —Of your charity pray for the repose
of the soul of Brother Patrick Storey, S.J., who
instant, at Sevenhills College. R. I. P.
PELZER. —On the 29th July, at Strathalbyn,
aged 45 years.
CARROLL. —On the 29th July, at Cator-street,
Hindmarsh West, Mary, the beloved wife of
R. I. P. 211-2??
SYMONS. —On the 29th July, at his residence,
third son of Mr. W. H. Symons, Mylor.
PHILLIPS (nee Stirling). —On the 28th July
Levi Phillips, aged 21 years. At rest.
CAMERON. —On the 14th July, after a long,
painful illness, Lilla, dearly beloved wife of W. J.
Cameron, and eldest daughter of Mrs. C. A. Berry,
Murraytown, aged 29 years. A patient sufferer.
DOWNING. —On the 29th July, at Downing-
street, Brighton, Amelia, the beloved wife of
Albert Downing, aged 58 years. A patient
sufferer gone to rest.
LANGENBERGER. —On the 30th July, Philip
Langenberger, and father of Bertrum and Alfred,
at Fairford-street, Unley, aged 66. A colonist
BRANDER. —On the 10th July, at Sydney, sud-
denly, Alexander Brander, son of the late James
BLUFF. —On the 30th July,; at Collins-street,
Enfield, Eliza Bluff, relict of Charles Bluff, aged
85 years. At rest.
BRYSON. —On the 2nd July, at Waiau, River
Hawke's Bay, N. Z., Thomas P. (Tom), beloved
eldest son of Richard and Louisa M. (nee Myall),
also beloved brother of Illma, Norman, and Ella
Cassilis, Vic., accidentally drowned, aged 19
Lead kindly light amid encircling gloom.
How sweetly o'er our spirits,
HuBlring the heart's wild moan,
Comes the whisper of faith, be patient,
And in heaven we'll know our own.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 7 August 1915 [Issue No.2,972] page 31 2019-10-17 20:46 HENSBERGEN—ROBINSON.— On the 7th May,
WOODCOCK—SIMCOCK.— On the 10th July, at
daughter of Edwin Simcock, of Modhury, South
NELSON—YOUNG.— On the 30th July, 1890, at
HUNT—MADDERN.— On the 30th July, 1890, at
win Hunt, of Coromandlel Valley, to Mary Ellen
PERRY—JENKINS.— On the 6th August, 1890,
SMITH—FERGUSON.— On the 2nd August, 1855,
HENSBERGEN—ROBINSON. —On the 7th May,
WOODCOCK—SIMCOCK. —On the 10th July, at
daughter of Edwin Simcock, of Modbury, South
NELSON—YOUNG. —On the 30th July, 1890, at
HUNT—MADDERN. —On the 30th July, 1890, at
win Hunt, of Coromandel Valley, to Mary Ellen
PERRY—JENKINS. —On the 6th August, 1890,
SMITH—FERGUSON. —On the 2nd August, 1855,
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 7 August 1915 [Issue No.2,972] page 31 2019-10-17 20:26 GROVE—SYMONDS-OSBORNE.— On the 3rd
July, at Pirie-street Methodist Church, Robert,
Hills, and eldest daughter of Mrs. A. W. Osborne,
KOHNKE—HAMPTON.— On the 5th July, at
HODGEMAN—WHITE.— On the 26th June, at
BAILEY—VIANT.— On the 24th July, at Zion
WARD—SMITH.— On the 5th April, at St.
HUCKS—WHITEACRE.— Lillian, youngest daugh-
Hucks, of Oodla Wirra, S.A.
JARMAN—BURLEY.— On the 20th March, at
CARLIER—BEECKEN.—On the 12th July, at Holy
eldest son of the late A. W. Carlier Adelaide, to
LAMING—ENGEL.—On the 3rd July, at the Me-
MORCOMBE—SAGE.—On the 6th July, at St.
MURTON—HOLMAN.— On the 16th June, at the
CALLAHAN—RYNNE.— On the 19th May, at St.
SARGENT—DAVIDSON.— On the 30th June, at
Park, 10th and 11th August.
TASKER—INGLIS.— On the 12th July, at the
GROVE—SYMONDS-OSBORNE. —On the 3rd
July, at Pirie-street Methodist Church, Robert
lilla, and eldest daughter of Mrs. A. W. Osborne,
KOHNKE—HAMPTON. —On the 5th July, at
HODGEMAN—WHITE. —On the 26th June, at
BAILEY—VIANT. —On the 24th July, at Zion
WARD—SMITH. —On the 5th April, at St.
HUCKS—WHITEACRE. —Lillian, youngest daugh-
Hucks, of Oodla Wirra, S. A.
JARMAN—BURLEY. —On the 20th March, at
CARLIER—BEECKEN. —On the 12th July, at Holy
eldest son of the late A. W. Carlier, Adelaide, to
LAMING—ENGEL. —On the 3rd July, at the Me-
MORCOMBE—SAGE. —On the 6th July, at St.
MURTON—HOLMAN. —On the 16th June, at the
CALLAHAN—RYNNE. —On the 19th May, at St.
SARGENT—DAVIDSON. —On the 30th June, at
Park," 10th and 11th August.
TASKER—INGLIS. —On the 12th July, at the
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 7 August 1915 [Issue No.2,972] page 31 2019-10-17 20:21 KOTZ. -On the 25th July, at Mrs. Flinn's Ma-
BOYLAN .-On the 21st June, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Boylan, of 'Rocky Glen,' Talia— a son
RANKIN.— On the 18th July, at Quorn, to Mr.
MIELL. -On the 7th July, at Murray Bridge, to
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Miell. of Borrika— a daughter
DeGARIS.— On the 28th July, at Dr. Burnard's
SMITH.— On the 29th July, at Shoreham-road,
Mr. and Mrs. Q. H. Gilkes, Kintore-avenue, Pros-
STONE.— On the 29th July, at Tarawera Nursing
HOLMAN (nee Hurren).-On the 4th July, at
Hargrave-strect, Pcterhcad, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
BONNETT (nee Atwell).— On the 23rd July, at
Edward L. Bonnctt, of Parkside— a daughter
CROSS.— On the 6th July, at 'Hartleigh,'
GARRAD.— On the 27th July, at Gladstone, to
Nurse Critchficld's Nursing Home, Third-avenue,
OKELY.— To wife of C. C. Okely, at Blumbcrg,
PERKINS.— On the 27th July, at 'Beula,'
COCK.— On the 13th July, at No. 2, Stepney
Strect, St. Peters, South Australia, to Mr.
a son (Eugene Claudius). N.S.W. papers please
KNILL (nee Birchmore).— On the 29th July, at
'Narma,' South-terrace, to Mrs. R. E. Knill, of
SANDERCOCK.-On the 29th July, at Picca-
TONKIN, (nee Whitbrcad).— On the 29th July,
Willyama, Oowra-street, West Adelaide, to Mr.
WEGENER.— On the 2nd August, at Melton,
Elizlbeth-strcet. Parkside, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert
LEANEY. - On the 31st July, at Nurse Green-
PANK.-On the 25th July, at the Marines,
YELLAND.—On the 30th July, at Finniss Point,
AUSTIN (nee Granleese).— On the 28tl) July, at
'Fririrsdalr,' Brown-street south, to Mr. and Mrs.
T. IV. Austin— a son (Brian Wilson).
MACKAY.— On the 23rd July, at Nurse Bar
ker's. Aniraston. the wife of T. Mackay, Portee, a
BARBOUR.— On the 31st July, at Mrs. Green's
Mrs. G. Barbour - a daughter. (Premature.)
POTTER (nee Atkins).— On the 21st July, ot
Dr. Formljy's Hospital. ' to Mr. and Mrs. j. H,
Poiter— '? daughter (Audrey Olsa Atkins). N.S.\V.
Darters please copy,
REYNOLDS.— On the 27th July, at Walr-yn
Kurpin? Home, Gladstone, to Mr. ' and Mrs. V. T.
EDWARDS.— On the 28th July, at Second-avenne,
Fore.-iviHe. to Mr. and Mrs. Alf. II. Edwards— a.
?on.
INGRAM.— On Australia Day, July 30, to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Ingrain, McLaren Vale— a daughter
(Mary Lovo Australia).
AFFLECK.— On the 31st July, at Migs Hand's
BUTTERFIELD.— On the 24th July, at Renmark
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Butterfleld (late
of Loekleys) — a son (Thomas Ian). ?
DALWOOD.— On the tlst 'july, at Nurse
Martin's, Crystal Brook, to Mr. -and Mrs. Sydney
DAWKINS.— On the 24th' July, at Mrs. Cunning
HARKNESS.— On the 18th July, at Mrs. Cun
East, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harkness, of Crawler
East-a son (William Arthur Eric). . .-.
ABBOTT.— On the 6th July, at 'Willunga,'
tJeorge-street, Maylands, the wife of J. Abbott— «
ton (Maxwald Alexander). ? -
NEWBON.— On the 8rd August, at their resi
dence, 01, Carrington-st., city, to Sapper, and
TEE.— On the lit August, at 'St. Michael's'
Jfontiromery Tee — a son (Ian Montuomery).
STOPP (nee Mengersen). - On the 3rd. July, at
St. Margaret's, Cairns, Queensland, to Mr,' and
Sirs. F. Ptopp, Alumba— a son. ? . :. ? ?
OPPERMANN. - On the 30th July, at Kooringa,
' to Mr. and 'Mrs. A. E. Oppermann— a
GOODEN.— On the 3rd August, at Jveiisingtoii
Gardens, to Mr. and Mrs. tJ; Doug-las Gooden— a
6Mi (Alfred Albert). Both' well. ?
KOTZ. —On the 25th July, at Mrs. Flinn's Ma-
BOYLAN. —On the 21st June, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Boylan, of "Rocky Glen," Talia—a son
RANKIN. —On the 18th July, at Quorn, to Mr.
MIELL. —On the 7th July, at Murray Bridge, to
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Miell, of Borrika—a daughter
DeGARIS. —On the 28th July, at Dr. Burnard's
SMITH. —On the 29th July, at Shoreham-road,
GILKES. —On the 12th July at Quambi, N. A., to
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gilkes, Kintore-avenue, Pros-
STONE. —On the 29th July, at Tarawera Nursing
HOLMAN (nee Hurren). —On the 4th July, at
Hargrave-street, Peterhead, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
BONNETT (nee Atwell). —On the 23rd July, at
Edward L. Bonnett, of Parkside—a daughter
CROSS. —On the 6th July, at "Hartleigh,"
GARRAD. —On the 27th July, at Gladstone, to
BARNES (nee Cox). —On the 27th July, at
Nurse Critchfield's Nursing Home, Third-avenue,
OKELY. —To wife of C. C. Okely, at Blumberg,
PERKINS. —On the 27th July, at "Beula,"
COCK. —On the 13th July, at No. 2, Stepney-
street, St. Peters, South Australia, to Mr.
a son (Eugene Claudius). N. S. W. papers please
KNILL (nee Birchmore). —On the 29th July, at
"Narma," South-terrace, to Mrs. R. E. Knill, of
SANDERCOCK. —On the 29th July, at Picca-
TONKIN (nee Whitbread). —On the 29th July,
Willyama, Cowra-street, West Adelaide, to Mr.
WEGENER. —On the 2nd August, at Melton,
Elizabeth-street, Parkside, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert
LEANEY. —On the 31st July, at Nurse Green-
PANK. —On the 25th July, at the Marines,
YELLAND. —On the 30th July, at Finniss Point,
AUSTIN (nee Granleese). —On the 28th July, at
"Friarsdale," Brown-street south, to Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Austin—a son (Brian Wilson).
MACKAY. —On the 23rd July, at Nurse Bar-
ker's, Angaston, the wife of T. Mackay, Portee, a
BARBOUR. —On the 31st July, at Mrs. Green's
Mrs. G. Barbour—a daughter. (Premature.)
POTTER (nee Atkins). —On the 21st July, at
Dr. Formby's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Potter—a daughter (Audrey Olga Atkins). N. S. W.
papers please copy.
REYNOLDS. —On the 27th July, at Walryn
Nursing Home, Gladstone, to Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
EDWARDS. —On the 28th July, at Second-avenne,
Forestville, to Mr. and Mrs. Alf. M. Edwards—a
son.
INGRAM. —On Australia Day, July 30, to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Ingram, McLaren Vale—a daughter
(Mary Love Australia).
AFFLECK. —On the 31st July, at Miss Hand's
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Affleck—a daugh-
BUTTERFIELD. —On the 24th July, at Renmark
Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Butterfield (late
of Lockleys)—a son (Thomas Ian).
DALWOOD. —On the 21st July, at Nurse
Martin's, Crystal Brook, to Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
DAWKINS. —On the 24th July, at Mrs. Cunning-
HARKNESS. —On the 19th July, at Mrs. Cun-
East, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harkness, of Gawler
East—a son (William Arthur Eric).
ABBOTT. —On the 6th July, at "Willunga,"
George-street, Maylands, the wife of J. Abbott—a
son (Maxwald Alexander).
NEWBON. —On the 3rd August, at their resi-
dence, 61, Carrington-st., city, to Sapper and
TEE. —On the 1st August, at "St. Michael's"
Montgomery Tee—a son (Ian Montgomery).
STOPP (nee Mengersen). —On the 3rd July, at
St. Margaret's, Cairns, Queensland, to Mr. and
Mrs. F. Stopp, Alumba—a son.
OPPERMANN. —On the 30th July, at Kooringa,
GOODEN. —On the 3rd August, at Kensington
Gardens, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Douglas Gooden—a
son (Alfred Albert). Both well.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 31 July 1915 [Issue No.2,971] page 31 2019-10-15 22:22 c#5Ve'IhaKcrvjyh?ere^
^In-erje(ir*y 'herfiorrowhig :jiwuieiv;i8iBter,' ? and'
^yEBB.^Iri.-lovInit inemorybf bur deaf ^wothery'
Bl%b^fch fAnn iWebU,vwh'o idlod on iHe girt July,
— Interted by her loyimr aon.and daughter, lh O,
and \i. Prtcer? ;{* ;/ j . : ' . . - S.1S4x-'.:.
TIJJ3 FAMILY of ale late '.'tori H. J. WESLEY
wish to sihccrely THANK kind Friends foj
telegram, cards,' andi'letters, also floral tributffl;
their, unremitting kiijdnesB in their late sad be
reavement. . ?':?£ ?: - '_.'?'.., ,[ ?
MB. E. GILL, «enti and FAMILY, of Spalding,
sincerely THASK all kind. Relations and
Friends for their kind enquiries, telegrams, let
Aitkeii for his unremitting attention; our special
thanks to Rev. Mr. Wylde ja'nd aisVife for their
many acts of kindn&s to our loved 'mother and ?
to us during our recent sad bereavement. .
B.'AND MllS. A. S. DYSON desire to THANK
all -kind Relatives and Friends, especially
Mrs. Cox, Rev. llaynes, Drs. 'Gunson and Swift;
also Nurses of Alexandria Ward, for their kind
ne-s in their recent sad bereavement.'. . '
US. E. DR18C0U. and FAMILY. Queenstown,
desire to binccrcly THANK all kind Friends
arid Relatives! for letters, cards, telegrams, floral
tributee. and personal sympathy, especially Messrs.
Walter & Morrir. Ltd.. and employes, and the
ttevg. K. K. Slanlev and C. L. Sanders, in their
recent sad 'bereavement: also Dr.J P: -Bollen for
his unrcmictinc atiention and kindness during the
illness of our beloved Jiusband and father.
MH. and Mrs. LUXOBLAD and DAUGHTER
also Mr. E. OTERCrEKO wish to THANK
all friends for letters of sympathy and floral tri
butes; also thank Miss Barreau and Mrs. Jtat.on
MBsTh.~THIE1jB and MI3S~R7BAKiat desire
to rjH\N'IC a!f kind Iritnds and relatives
lor letter ot si'inj ,;thy aril fl.-ral iri'jutcs in their
receiittad bercavempnt.
iTllNn MllS. G. CROWTHER and FAillLV,
of Wayville, -sincerely THANK all kind
friends for letters of sympathy in Huh' recent
sad bereavement; also Canon Wise and Rev. Kn s.
MRS C. H. DAXIEL and SONS desire to
THANK all lhe!r manv kind Friends for
telegiams, lett--rs, floml tributes, and personal
expressions of sympathy hi their late tad loss if
a true husband and fattier.
MISS E. WAGXiDR and BROTHERS~teniIer
their sincere THAXKS to the many Kind
Friends for all expressions of sympathy in t'.^jr
l«itc £a.l tojiavLmcnt.
?rry-IE~NIECES' of' thTTate MRS. CATHERINE
A BURKE desire to sincerely THANK all
Fiiends for letters and expressions of sym
pathy; ?
MRS. WILSON, of Woodville, and -MR. R. J.
CAliTKU.'Paync-hani. wish to THANK all
Relatives and l'Yiends for kind enquiries, tele
jrrnnif. cards, and floral tributes, especially Dr,
Wilton, Nurse Munn, Rev. Mclntosh, Mrs. Reid,
also Lieutenant snd Captain of Army for land
attention Ehown to our beloved father.
MR. AXD~MBS. R. B. DAY, of Goodwood-road,
desire to tender their sincere THAXKS to
all friends for letters, telegrams, ? cards, and
their eon at the Dardanelles.
RS. MURF1TT amf FAMILY desire to THANTi
a)l kind Friends and Relatives for letters,
cards, and floral tributes, ? and personal expres
nnd also Gumeracha Methodist choir for floral
tribute^ ?
MRS AND MISS W.YLD desire gratefully
late sad bereavement, especially Messrs. Chappie,
Brucr, and Stockbam; also to those who thought
MR. and Mrs. HORSXALL- and Family (Carey's
Gully) desire to THANK . Relatives and
sar) nnd sudden bereavement, alk- for the many
beautiful fioral tributes s?nt.
rpiHE SISTER5 and BROTHERS of tbo late Mrs.
X BUJNW.L, of Byston, nPar Macclesfield,
desire to TITANK their many Friends for letters,
telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and . especially
Rev. Father Gurry, Dr Formby, Sistcra and
Nurses cf the Stra'thalliyn Private Hospital.
OGILVIE. —In sad and loving memory of our
dear daughter Ethel, died July 30, 1912.
With aching hearts, with tearful eyes,
We linger where our dear one lies,
—Inserted by her sorrowing mother, sister,and
brothers.
WEBB. —In loving memory of our dear mother,
Elizabeth Anne Webb, who died on the 31st July,
1914.
—Inserted by her loving son and daughter, H. C.
and R. Price. 212dx
RETURN THANKS.
THE FAMILY of the late Mrs. H. J. WESLEY
wish to sincerely THANK kind Friends for
telegram, cards, and letters, also floral tributes;
their unremitting kindness in their late sad be-
reavement.
MR. E. GILL, sen., and FAMILY, of Spalding,
sincerely THANK all kind Relations and
Friends for their kind enquiries, telegrams, let-
Aitken for his unremitting attention; our special
thanks to Rev. Mr. Wylde and his wife for their
many acts of kindness to our loved mother and
MR. AND MRS. A. S. DYSON desire to THANK
all kind Relatives and Friends, especially
Mrs. Cox, Rev. Haynes, Drs. Gunson and Swift;
also Nurses of Alexandria Ward, for their kind-
ness in their recent sad bereavement.
MRS. E. DRISCOLL and FAMILY, Queenstown,
desire to sincerely THANK all kind Friends
and Relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral
tributes, and personal sympathy, especially Messrs.
Walter & Morris, Ltd., and employes, and the
Revs. R. E. Stanley and C. L. Sanders, in their
recent sad bereavement: also Dr. P. Bollen for
his unremitting attention and kindness during the
illness of our beloved husband and father.
MR. and Mrs. LUNDBLAD and DAUGHTER
also Mr. E. CTERCTEKO wish to THANK
all friends for letters of sympathy and floral tri-
butes; also thank Miss Barreau and Mrs. Matson
MRS. H. THIELE and MISS R. BAKER desire
to THANK all kind friends and relatives
for letter of sympathy and floral tributes in their
recent sad bereavement.
MR. AND MRS. G. CROWTHER and FAMILY,
of Wayville, sincerely THANK all kind
friends for letters of sympathy in their recent
sad bereavement; also Canon Wise and Rev. Knox.
MRS C. H. DANIEL and SONS desire to
THANK all their many kind Friends for
telegrams, letters, floral tributes, and personal
expressions of sympathy in their late sad loss of
a true husband and father.
MISS E. WAGNER and BROTHERS tender
their sincere THANKS to the many kind
Friends for all expressions of sympathy in their
late sad bereavement.
THE NIECES of the late MRS. CATHERINE
BURKE desire to sincerely THANK all
Friends for letters and expressions of sym-
pathy.
MRS. WILSON, of Woodville, and MR. R. J.
CARTER, Payneham, wish to THANK all
Relatives and Friends for kind enquiries, tele-
grams, cards, and floral tributes, especially Dr.
Wilton, Nurse Munn, Rev. McIntosh, Mrs. Reid,
also Lieutenant and Captain of Army for land
attention shown to our beloved father.
MR. AND MRS. R. B. DAY, of Goodwood-road,
desire to tender their sincere THANKS to
all friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and
their son at the Dardanelles.
MRS. MURFITT and FAMILY desire to THANK
all kind Friends and Relatives for letters,
cards, and floral tributes, and personal expres-
and also Gumeracha Methodist choir for floral
tribute.
MRS. AND MISS WYLD desire gratefully
late sad bereavement, especially Messrs. Chapple,
Bruer, and Stockham; also to those who thought-
MR. and Mrs. HORSNALL and Family (Carey's
Gully) desire to THANK Relatives and
sad and sudden bereavement, also for the many
beautiful floral tributes sent.
THE SISTER5 and BROTHERS of the late Mrs.
BLUNDEL, of Byston, near Macclesfield,
desire to THANK their many Friends for letters,
telegrams, cards, floral tributes, and especially
Rev. Father Gurry, Dr Formby, Sisters and
Nurses of the Strathalbyn Private Hospital.
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-Sadly missed by her lovlnfr TSauijliterratta son-;
n-law, M. and C. iCrosfeman, :Paynete'n).,,r;^.l:jSv.;i; ;
-^MV-^lii'ii.^iw:^'em-w-»i'»i«i^i&''»mpHferi'ii
»ho died suddenly 29tli July, JlOU. 'i : . ; -r :
-Inserted by her lovinjr daughter ^and |on-In^aw»,
l.,;and .E. .Edwards, -Fpre?!; nange,. . ,,.-. .;,v.-4; ??.-,
LEANKYl— In lorinjr memory of 'but dear
nother, who died at Hindmarsh on July 20lh,
.9h; . ? - ? '...-?'.? ?'''?. ?''' ?'???
-Inserted by. her loving, husband and daughters,
5. Oulthard and ;A. Leaney. ? ''???:.'? .. . '?
IDE.— In lovin« memory of Jilizabeth J.. Ide, ?
vho'p»Bsed away July 29,: 1909. .' ' ...????
-Inserted by her loving husband, T. Ide, Sturt. ?' |
IDE.— in iovine memory of our dear mother, '
;vko departed. this life July 29. 1909.
-Iusirted by her. loving eon nua dangliter-iu-lan', '
llfrr-d and EtlicJ. Glenelg. .
GOLDFINCH. — hi loving remembrance of our
lear mother who died at Hilton, July 29,' 1911.
erted by her loving son and daughters, Henry,
Jladys, Violet. -
(JB-IFFEN.— In- loving memory of our dearly,
oved wife and mother, wbcTdied five sad years
igo to-day.
-Inserted by . her sorrowing husband and daugh
;er, Alice MacKay, Broken Hill.
GRIFF-EN.— In loving memory of our mother,
vho died July 29, 3910.
—Inserted by her loving daughters and grand
laugMer. Vcra. .
JOHNSON.— In loving- memory of Oscar, my dear
—Inserted by his loving- wife and daughter, Port
I'irie. «
GILBERT.— In loving memory of dear mother
ind Grandmother, Mary Gilbert, who died at the
Hurra Hospital on July 29, 11)10.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, Ilhoda, and
»randchiHren, Millie, Jessie, and Clarice Wliel
lum, Port Pirie. . ,
OOSTF.LLO. — In sad and loving memory of our :
aenr brother, Joseph, who died at Kapundn, July :
17. 1912.
AITCIUSON.— In loving memory of our dear
Stanlev. who died at Alundoora, Juiy w, Ijr. i..
'?'fhprp is sweet rest in havdi.'— Inserted by his
Ic-vine parents, fiistcrs, and brothers. . 21]sri212
AI/LENGAire (nee Kncalf).— Tn loving memory ,
-f our dear daughter, Ella Mona, who fell asleep,
July 80, 19H.
--lib=erted h\' her loving father and mother and
brothers, l'eirin, Will, and Koy. 211x212
AIJJiNGAMl?.— In lovinsf memory of our dear
5i6ler. Ella Mom. who died July 30,_ 19H.
—Inserted by hei loving' sister and brothcr-in-liiiv,
M. Ji. and F. Treloar, South Hummocks.
AJ.IliXOAilE.— In loving memory of my dear
will-, Ella ilona, who died at Kent-street. Haw
fchorn. on July 30, 1914.
— Inserted by her loving husband, Jack. OU\-213
MAKONKY.— In loving memory of my dear son
John, v.'ho died in tlio Adelaide Hospital July 80,
lftM.
—Inserted by his sorrowine, mother. 211x212
MAllONHY— In loving memorv of dear John,
who dird July 30, 19H, at Adelaide Hospital.
—Inserted by his loviiiR1 brother and sist'r, B.
and M. H.I.P. 211x212
'MAHONKY. — In loving memory of our dear
husband and father, John Joseph Mahoner, who
passed 'away July 'JO, ]fl14. Jt.I.P. . ' '
brother, Arthur. ?
MAIIONY.— In foml memory of John J. Mahony,
of Hsminond, who passed away July SO, 1911.
K.I. P. ' - ? ' .
—Inserted by Will and Alice Itaddaway, Ade
SOHULa'Z.— lii loving meinory of our deal'
mother, who died Julv 30, 1911.
—Inserted by 1ier loving . daughter, son,'.': and
granddaupfhteis', Arinina, Paul, Biryl, and Iris
Urns, of the (inaaenfrei Public School'.
HOUSTON,— In loviuc: memory of dear ...mother,
wild -ii«*V :tt Dublin. Julv 20. 1911. 'Fond, me
mory clings. ' — Inserted by her loving daughter
and' snn-in;lriw, M. and A. E. Bundle. . ?
IIAIlllIS. — In dear remembrance of my loving hus
hnnfl. John White Harris, died July 80, 1912, at
Crown Hotel, Broken Hill; ' ? ? ? '
—Inserted by bit loving wife.
TILLEY. —In loving memory of our darling
mother, who died suddenly, July 29, 1914.
—Sadly missed by her loving daughters and son-
in-law, M. and C. Crosfeman, Payneham.
TILLEY. —In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died suddenly 29th July, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,
A. and E. Edwards, Forest Range.
LEANEY. —In loving memory of our dear
mother, who died at Hindmarsh on July 29th,
1914.
—Inserted by her loving husband and daughters,
E. Coulthard and A. Leaney.
IDE. —In loving memory of Elizabeth J. Ide,
who passed away July 29, 1909.
—Inserted by her loving husband, T. Ide, Sturt.
IDE. —In loving memory of our dear mother,
who departed this life July 29, 1909.
—Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law,
Alfred and Ethel, Glenelg.
GOLDFINCH. —In loving remembrance of our
dear mother, who died at Hilton, July 29, 1914.
serted by her loving son and daughters, Henry,
Gadys, Violet.
GRIFFEN. —In loving memory of our dearly
loved wife and mother, who died five sad years
ago to-day.
—Inserted by her sorrowing husband and daugh-
ter, Alice MacKay, Broken Hill.
GRIFFEN. —In loving memory of our mother,
who died July 29, 1910.
—Inserted by her loving daughters and grand-
daughter, Vera.
JOHNSON. —In loving memory of Oscar, my dear
—Inserted by his loving wife and daughter, Port
Pirie.
GILBERT. —In loving memory of dear mother
and grandmother, Mary Gilbert, who died at the
Burra Hospital on July 29, 1910.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, Rhoda, and
grandchildren, Millie, Jessie, and Clarice Whel-
COSTELLO. —In sad and loving memory of our
dear brother, Joseph, who died at Kapunda, July
27, 1912.
AITCHISON. —In loving memory of our dear
Stanley, who died at Mundoora, July 30, 1912.
"There is sweet rest in heaven." —Inserted by his
loving parents, sisters, and brothers. 211x212
ALLENGAME (nee Kneale). —In loving memory
of our dear daughter, Ella Mona, who fell asleep,
July 30, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving father and mother and
brothers, Perrin, Will, and Roy. 211x212
ALLENGAME. —In loving memory of our dear
sister, Ella Mona, who died July 30, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law,
M. E. and F. Treloar, South Hummocks.
ALLENGAME. —In loving memory of my dear
wife, Ella Mona, who died at Kent-street, Haw-
thorn, on July 30, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving husband, Jack. 211x212
MAHONEY. —In loving memory of my dear son
John, who died in the Adelaide Hospital July 30,
1914.
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother. 211x212
MAHONEY. —In loving memory of dear John,
who died July 30, 1914, at Adelaide Hospital.
—Inserted by his loving brother and sister, B.
and M. R. I. P. 211x212
MAHONEY. —In loving memory of our dear
husband and father, John Joseph Mahoney, who
passed away July 30, 1914. R. I. P.
brother, Arthur.
MAHONY. —In fond memory of John J. Mahony,
of Hammond, who passed away July 30, 1914.
R. I. P.
—Inserted by Will and Alice Reddaway, Ade-
SCHULTZ. —In loving memory of our dear
mother, who died July 30, 1911.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, son, and
granddaughters, Armina, Paul, Beryl, and Iris
Brus, of the Gnadenfrei Public School.
HOUSTON. —In loving memory of dear mother,
who died at Dublin, July 20, 1911. "Fond me-
mory clings." —Inserted by her loving daughter
and son-in-law, M. and A. E. Rundle.
HARRIS. —In dear remembrance of my loving hus-
band, John White Harris, died July 30, 1912, at
Crown Hotel, Broken Hill.
—Inserted by his loving wife.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 31 July 1915 [Issue No.2,971] page 31 2019-10-15 21:40 ? ;; ^ -tJOSTELtM).— In loVing memory lof^ Joseph* ?¥«?.; £
loved son *hd brother, who died at Kupuuda -Hos-- ;*
btteltm July S7V;i912. ,v - ,u t; ?,?:?:..-'
Bistros.
WHITE —In fond and lovtne memory of our *
- dear little Lorrie. who died at WVCompton-etroet,
- JuJv 27. 1932. ?...:.; ?- r
y-Inserl&d liy hi* lovinar mother, father, grand
mother. Auntv Linda, and Unole Austin. ? ?'
NOTTM'«I3. -In lovinR memory of. my -5car hus
band, Ki)&r, died July 28, 1914.— So dearly loved,
fo 'sally missed.— Inserted by_ his loving wife,
Teresa. ._. - . '....- j
LOW —In fond memory of our dear eons ..and
brothers Boss, who dird. July .28. 1903; also,
Geor^. who died ' February 20. 1895.' 'Ever re- ^
membered '—Inserted by their loving moihcr ai.d
llstM'9. Masririt and Dolly.
LAR.NER.— In lovinff memory of my dear sister.
Jane, who died July 28, 1913.— Inserted by her .
brother-in-law and sister. K. and A. Parry.
'- LAItNEU.-- In loving memory of Jane, the be
loved wife of Joseph Lainer, who departed tull
dfe July : 28, 1013. ' ?
I'-Iiwrtpd by. her .loving husband and family. c
MACFAS'LAXE.— In loving remembrance of 'iny ^
dear wife and our darling mother, who died July °
i7, 1913.
'—Inserted by her loving husband and children, s
tameroo.
MODYSTACK.— In loving memory of my dear
husband asid father, who died at Hill liivcr on
—Inserted by his lp\i:ig wife and family. R.I.P. J
PE-fXEY.—Jiv loving memory of our dear father,
who died at Kapunda, July 27, 1S11. ^
»-Imerled by Iris loving son, Ainos, Mount Barker;
daughter .rmd son-in-law, Beat, and Fred; grand
PETER'SEN.— In loving memory of Henry Wil
liam (llnii-y), who died July 28, 1014.
— IiiiiTic! by his loving- mother and father.
PETEKSKX— Jn lovintr infmory of our dear
irother (llnrrj),. who died July 28, 1S14.
wlnscrte'.l by hin loving brothers and sisters, ;
In loving momoiv of our dear father, who died
July 28, 191 S.
Thy ? memory is a* ''oar to-day '
As in tlip liour you passed away.
— Eus mi'l Lilt
WOODIiOUSE.— In loving mernorv of our dear i
aether, who died July 29. 1913.
-— Inserted bv V. and II. Cadinan- j
WOODHOU.SE.— In 'loving memory oi our dear
»other, wiio died at Ci-o.vdon, July 29, 1913. j
Thouvli death divides, fond memory clings.
t-Inserteil by her lovins daughter and son-in-law, ,
N. »nd C. Brand.
W00DH0PSE.--In lovinp memory of our lov- '
fcur wife and mother, fjicd at Croydon, July 29,
ieis.
?—Inserted by lovinar husband and children. -
.IDE.— In Itivinsr memory ol our dear mother, '
who died July 29, 1909. 1
— Inserted b.r her loving daughter and son-in-law, .
OlUe and Erueet.
IDE.— In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died July 29, 1909.— So dearly loved, so sadly
missed.— Inserted by Albert, Bertha, and Lorna.
BANT1CK.— £acTed to the memory of my deii1 ;
father, ivJio jMicsei! awaj- July 29, 1907. 'lliuug-li '
fiealh dividoi, fond memory clinfirs.' — Inserted by
his.lovhwt: dautrhtrr, Anna Armstrong. i
BANTIOK.— :ln loving mempry ol John Bail
tick, who diciJ July 29. 1907.
— Inse;tp.j ijv K. Morris, Nairnc.
RAVEN.— In loving r-'nieml)rance of our dear
ion aixi brotlrcrV jiuwani liobert '(Teddv), who
died at Unley l'ark. July 29, 1903.— Inserted by
Us parems and brotheiv, W'eatbourne Park.
00LDF1SCH (Ruth Agues). -In loving memory
cf a dear wife and mother, who died July in,
iW4, at Ptnrhvii, HiKon.
— 'Inserted by her loving- husband and family, C.
R. Goldfinch. .. '
OOI/DFIXCII.— In sad but loving memory of out
dear mother,, . Ruth Agnes, who passed away at
Bilton on July 28, lOTi.
'-Inserted by . her loving daughter, son-in-law,
tod grandson, C. M.,' W., and h. Stakcr, Raiiway
Itown, Broken Hill.
'BROWN.— In loving memory of our darling little
Max, who pa«3ed away July 29, 1914. So dearly
loved, 60' sadly missed.— Inserted by his loving
HORROCKS.-^-In loving niemcry of our dear
Sorth Walkcrville, on the 29th July, 1009.
«-Inse.rtr-d liy her ''three children, Doris, Myrtle,
fend fite)la.; ?- :- : ' ? '? ?' ? . ? ?
HATGJiAttLI.— lii gad bill loving memory of our
dew. Hurtle, who was killed near Petersburg, July
t», 1811, aged 12. years' niid S indntlis.
'—Inserted by loving 'parents, brotbers, and sis
iers.: ??'??'?., ''',','.' ' ' ' ':
TILLEY.— In }oyliiK iiieiiiory of our dear mother
and grandma. Who peacefully passed away, Ju.ly
W, 1915. . -
~-Inserted by. her loVinu daugliler and son-in-law.
E. and W. Hftydon, and graiweliildren, Qwen and
C?en-.
TlLIiEY.!-rlh. loving memory of our dear wife
and mother, who -died suddenly at Chicago, July
M. WH. .
?—Inserted . by fc-r . lovinc husband, Fred Tllley,
and sons. George, Will, and Fred.
FISHER.— In loylhfv memory of my dear hus
band and our father, John Frederick Firiiar, who
died at Cairlelon July 29, 1013,— Inserted by
hit ioviiiK wife, son, nd daugiiten*.
COSTELLO. —In loving memory of Joseph, be-
loved son and brother, who died at Kapunda Hos-
pital on July 27, 1912.
sisters.
WHITE. —In fond and loving memory of our
dear little Lorrie, who died at 27, Compton-street,
July 27, 1912.
—Inserted by his loving mother, father, grand-
mother, Aunty Linda, and Uncle Austin.
NOTTAGE. —In loving memory of my dear hus-
band, Edgar, died July 28, 1914. —So dearly loved,
so sally missed. —Inserted by his loving wife,
Teresa.
LOW. —In fond memory of our dear sons and
brothers, Boss, who died July 28, 1903; also,
George, who died February 20, 1895. "Ever re-
membered." —Inserted by their loving mothcr and
sisters, Maggie and Dolly.
LARNER. —In loving memory of my dear sister,
Jane, who died July 28, 1913. —Inserted by her
brother-in-law and sister, R. and A. Parry.
LARNER. —In loving memory of Jane, the be-
loved wife of Joseph Larner, who departed this
life July 28, 1913.
—Inserted by her loving husband and family.
MACFARLANE. —In loving remembrance of my
27, 1913.
Lameroo.
MODYSTACK. —In loving memory of my dear
husband and father, who died at Hill River on
—Inserted by his loving wife and family. R. I. P.
PENNEY. —In loving memory of our dear father,
who died at Kapunda, July 27, 1911.
—Inserted by his loving son, Amos, Mount Barker;
daughter and son-in-law, Beat, and Fred; grand-
PETERSEN. —In loving memory of Henry Wil-
liam (Harry), who died July 28, 1914.
—Inserted by his loving mother and father.
PETERSEN. —In loving memory of our dear
brother (Harry), who died July 28, 1914.
—Inserted by his loving brothers and sisters.
In loving memory of our dear father, who died
July 28, 1913.
Thy memory is as dear to-day
As in the hour you passed away.
—Eus and Lill.
WOODHOUSE. —In loving memory of our dear
mother, who died July 29, 1913.
—Inserted by F. and H. Cadman.
WOODHOUSE. —In loving memory of our dear
mother, who died at Croydon, July 29, 1913.
Though death divides, fond memory clings.
—Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,
N. and C. Brand.
WOODHOUSE. —In loving memory of our lov-
ing wife and mother, died at Croydon, July 29,
1913.
—Inserted by loving husband and children.
IDE. —In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died July 29, 1909.
—Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,
Olive and Ernest.
IDE. —In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died July 29, 1909. —So dearly loved, so sadly
missed. —Inserted by Albert, Bertha, and Lorna.
BANTICK. —Sacred to the memory of my dear
father, who passed away July 29, 1907. "Though
death divides, fond memory clings." —Inserted by
his loving daughter, Anna Armstrong.
BANTICK. —In loving memory of John Ban-
tick, who died July 29, 1907.
—Inserted by K. Morris, Nairne.
RAVEN. —In loving remembrance of our dear
son and brother, Edward Robert (Teddy), who
died at Unley Park, July 29, 1903. —Inserted by
his parents and brothers, Westbourne Park.
GOLDFINCH (Ruth Agnes). —In loving memory
of a dear wife and mother, who died July 29,
1914, at Penrhyn, Hilton.
—Inserted by her loving husband and family, C.
GOLDFINCH. —In sad but loving memory of our
dear mother, Ruth Agnes, who passed away at
Hilton on July 29, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, son-in-law,
and grandson, C. M., W., and L. Staker, Railway
Town, Broken Hill.
BROWN. —In loving memory of our darling little
Max, who passed away July 29, 1914. So dearly
loved, so sadly missed. —Inserted by his loving
HORROCKS. —In loving memory of our dear
North Walkerville, on the 29th July, 1909.
—Inserted by her three children, Doris, Myrtle,
and Stella.
HATCHARD. —In sad but loving memory of our
dear Hurtle, who was killed near Petersburg, July
29, 1911, aged 12 years and 8 months.
—Inserted by loving parents, brothers, and sis-
ters.
TILLEY. —In loving memory of our dear mother
and grandma, who peacefully passed away, July
29, 1915.
—Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law,
E. and W. Haydon, and granchildren, Gwen and
Clem.
TILLEY. —In loving memory of our dear wife
and mother, who died suddenly at Chicago, July
29, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving husband, Fred Tilley,
and sons, George, Will, and Fred.
FISHER. —In loving memory of my dear hus-
band and our father, John Frederick Fisher, who
died at Carrieton, July 29, 1913. —Inserted by
his loving wife, son, and daughters.
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Vi&pti ymo ;dl«d I July *Sfl,;i»lV -'i '?'?? , '?'-: : ^ ? '; --?: £
— Xnnrttd by her loving fri«nd#, 8, Griggs »tA -
A.. Brian! ? ?, ? ' ? ' .'. :? - . _ '4 ? . .:..: ...: i,
.EAMES,— 8f your charHy pray , -for hie repori
clUhi soul of 'Violet, who - -dap*KM tlii* . Wil
July M,.l»14. B.i.P. --. v -
— Inserted by her Borrowing parents, sisters, tag
brother. AthelBtone. . ? ? ? ? .' /*. ^!' .
PADDOCK.— In. loving memory of f, A. Paddoob
who died tin July.. 2, Ifli2. ' ; : .-? ? , ,
—Inserted by Beatrice and Horac* Boorman. .
OAIfLK.— In lovinir memory of dear Agnes, wKtf
died }uly 26, 1906. -*t Copperhouse, Btirra. ' *'
--Inserted by her lovinK parents, sUter, and bM-
ther. - ... ' * /JMT
BURIDOE.— In loving memory of niy d«af
mother, who died July 26, 191A ^
—Inserted by her loving dauirhtep, Ajsmcs Old*
ting, . Uraldla. : ,: ?' ..W
THREADGOLD.-ln IovUib memory of my dtkj
husband, Robert Threadirold. .who oird July K
—Inserted by his loving wife, Polly ThreadKolS, ' ''
OBOBO'E.— In loving memory of ' my ftrt
daughter, violet, who passed away 'Jufy 26, l&iX
—Inserted by mother, brothers, and Ueterc
GILL.— In loving memory of our dear father,
died July 26, l9lf.
—Inserted by hii loving son and dauehtcr-ui-latt.
and grandchildren, Victor and Lizzie Gill
YOUNG,— In fond and loving memory of O^f
dear little Tom, who died at Ella Lodge, W»-
nertown, July 21, 1914. ' 'r
—Inserted by Ms loving father, mother, brothers,
and *i«ten. .
SAUER.— In lovinsr memory of Aubiu*. our test
husband and father, who died Jol? 26, 1913, -
— Insertea by hU lovlnsc -wife, son, and daughter!,
SAJfSOM.— In loving memory, ot our dear fa&$v
who .passed away at Turton-strtct* Semaphorji,
July 26, 1014. ??''.',
? ?- - ? -Peace, perfect peace. . ? ??'.'. . '
—Inserted by his loving daughter and ?on-in-tMf^
Maud and Syd. . . - ?
WILDY.— In lpvlnff memory of our df*r 'atUfri
who died July 25, IBM. at Prospedfc
r-Inserted by .his lovinfr family.
In memory of our dear son. Sydney, broth**, :
and uncle, who died In Adelaide Hospital, tvSj
25. J&U. , ..
—Inserted by his loving mothtf and fatfceft . '
brother, and sisters, and nelce Iv^ ' '
OARR.— In memory of Thonuu, Attrly bdlivjj
husband of Maria Carr, who died tudidmly July J0»
1900. Tliough lost to' sight, to m«mpfy 4«Br--^
IiiBerted by his loving wife and famlij!.
BROWN.— In lovin/r memory of Ethel Uau e
Brown, who was Accidentally killed, Gianni
Curvt. July 26. 1909.— Inserted by her lOTi]
friend, Andrew R. Mitch. . '
?W1NSLET,— In ead and loving memory 1
Samuel JohT) (Jaok). eldest belovw son ^| ??
Winslet. who died July 27. 1894, agea 1? y**rj fti
10 months.— Inserted by liie lovinit toother,
Winslet. . ; '
GROVES.— In loving memory of Rupert A, Vt
dear little son of G. nnd E. t. Grot el, who dim : '
at Petersburg, July 27, 1002. . ''*[ ' ': y\
TURNER. — In' loving memory of dear huebfnq
and father (Henry), who died at JbtJiartoS, JuSf ~ ' %
27, 1909. forget you, no, w» j»v« \slll.-^m ??'?;??
sorted by his loving wife and family, ? *? _;?
SOBE1/S.— In loWng memory of our dear fathff,
who died July 27, 1011. Gone, but not forgotttfc
— IriBertcd by his loving daughters, 'Alice, Mlnnlfc :
and May. . . ? ;t ...
MORPHETT.— In loving memory of our (fej&
mother, who died at Adelaide, 1918. Thoun
death divides, fond memory dta|fs.-»Jn8crUa ?{£ -
lier loving daughter and eou-in-law, D, E. aiid H,
E. Matthews. . . v ' .
MORPHETT.— In loving memory of my d«jf
wife and mother, who died fit Adelaide, Jujy jjov . .
1913. '' : .
Hilda. ? ' T ' ''? -'':'
DRING.— In 101,-ine memory of our darling cliilJ,
Sylvia, who died at IUndmarsh, Jwfy 27, 1911.
—Inserted by her loving parents, A. and li,
Dring. . ' ?
P1NSON.— In memory of our dear father.
— Inserted by his «on and daughter-in-law, Berl
and Emm, .
TINSON.— In meinoryof my dear husband.
—Inserted by hfs loving wife, D. Phigon. - ^
TALBOT— In loviog memory of our dear troths '*'
William Henry, who died at Mount Murc4ilsoa|
July 27, 101?.
—Inserted by his lovihg sisterg, ' Lydia, Jane, an$
Delilah, South Australia. i
WALL.— In loving memory of my dear hustyinj
and father, who died suddenly, July ^27, 19147
—Inserted by lib loving wife tnd son, daughter:,
and son-in-law, E. L. and L, 1'ardey.
GILL.— In loving memory ot our dear father,
died July 26. 1912.
— Inserted by his lovintc son a&d -Sa-U|Utcr-in-kw,
and grandchildren, John and EJiza QiU.
IIAYSMAN.^In loving memory of «ujr dear liu*
band and father, who -iied- July 87, jOlfc
—Inserted by his loving wife ,\UP daai»» .
Eth«L and son-in-law. Frank,
EAMES. —In loving memory of our dear friend,
Violet, who died July 26, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving friends, S. Griggs and
A. Briant.
EAMES. —Of your charity pray for the repose
of the soul of Violet, who departed this life,
July 26, 1914. R. I. P.
—Inserted by her sorrowing parents, sisters, and
brother, Athelstone.
PADDOCK. —In loving memory of S. A. Paddock,
who died on July 2, 1912.
—Inserted by Beatrice and Horace Boorman.
GAILE. —In loving memory of dear Agnes, who
died July 26, 1906, at Copperhouse, Burra.
—Inserted by her loving parents, sister, and bro-
SURIDGE. —In loving memory of my dear
mother, who died July 25, 1912.
—Inserted by her loving daughter, Agnes Cut-
ting, Uraidla.
THREADGOLD. —In loving memory of my dear
husband, Robert Threadgold, who died July 26,
1914.
—Inserted by his loving wife, Polly Threadgold.
GEORGE. —In loving memory of my dear
daughter, Violet, who passed away Jufy 26, 1913.
—Inserted by mother, brothers, and sisters.
GILL. —In loving memory of our dear father,
died July 26, 1912.
—Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law,
and grandchildren, Victor and Lizzie Gill.
YOUNG. —In fond and loving memory of our
dear little Tom, who died at Ella Lodge, War-
nertown, July 21, 1914.
—Inserted by his loving father, mother, brothers,
and sisters.
SAUER. —In loving memory of August, our dear
husband and father, who died July 26, 1913.
—Inserted by his loving wife, son, and daughters.
SANSOM. —In loving memory of our dear father,
who passed away at Turton-street, Semaphore,
July 26, 1914.
Peace, perfect peace.
—Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law,
Maud and Syd.
WILDY. —In loving memory of our dear father,
who died July 25, 1909, at Prospect.
—Inserted by his loving family.
In memory of our dear son, Sydney, brother,
and uncle, who died In Adelaide Hospital, July
25, 1911.
—Inserted by his loving mothef and father,
brother, and sisters, and neice Ivy.
CARR. —In memory of Thomas, dearly beloved
husband of Maria Carr, who died suddenly July 27,
1900. Though lost to sight, to memory dear. —
Inserted by his loving wife and family.
BROWN. —In loving memory of Ethel Maude
Brown, who was accidentally killed, Glanville
Curve, July 26, 1909. —Inserted by her loving
WINSLET. —In sad and loving memory of
Samuel John (Jack), eldest beloved son of J.
Winslet, who died July 27, 1894, aged 13 years and
10 months. —Inserted by his loving mother, J.
Winslet.
GROVES. —In loving memory of Rupert A. V.,
dear little son of G. and E. T. Groves, who died
at Petersburg, July 27, 1902.
TURNER. —In loving memory of dear husband
and father (Henry), who died at Thebarton, July
27, 1909. Forget you, no, we never will. —In-
serted by his loving wife and family.
SOBELS. —In loving memory of our dear father,
who died July 27, 1911. Gone, but not forgotten.
—Inserted by his loving daughters, Alice, Minnie,
and May.
MORPHETT. —In loving memory of our dear
mother, who died at Adelaide, 1913. Though
death divides, fond memory clings. —Inserted by
her loving daughter and son-in-law, D. E. and H.
E. Matthews.
MORPHETT. —In loving memory of my dear
wife and mother, who died at Adelaide, July 27?,
1913.
—Inserted by her loving husband and daughter,
Hilda.
DRING. —In loving memory of our darling child,
Sylvia, who died at Hindmarsh, July 27, 1911.
—Inserted by her loving parents, A. and L.
Dring.
PINSON. —In memory of our dear father.
—Inserted by his son and daughter-in-law, Bert
and Emm.
PINSON. —In memory of my dear husband.
—Inserted by his loving wife, D. Pinson.
TALBOT. —In loving memory of our dear brother,
William Henry, who died at Mount Murchison,
July 27, 1914.
—Inserted by his loving sisters, Lydia, Jane, and
Delilah, South Australia.
WALL. —In loving memory of my dear husband
and father, who died suddenly, July 27, 1914.
—Inserted by his loving wife and son, daughter,
and son-in-law, E. L. and L. Pardey.
GILL. —In loving memory of our dear father,
died July 26, 1912.
—Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in-law,
and grandchildren, John and Eliza Gill.
HAYSMAN. —In loving memory of our dear hus-
band and father, who died July 27, 1912.
—Inserted by his loving wife and daughter,
Ethel and son-in-law, Frank.

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