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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,903,462
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,752
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,803
5 Rhonda.M 3,298,043
...
89 charlesgilbert 536,305
90 jaybee67 530,875
91 MichaelP 527,267
92 GrahamKelley 527,266
93 Trevor.Poultney 525,313
94 mgelli08 517,109

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January 2020 16,714
December 2019 16,908
November 2019 21,500
October 2019 7,600
September 2019 9,047
August 2019 10,189
July 2019 15,072
June 2019 9,511
May 2019 4,597
April 2019 8,123
March 2019 19,281
February 2019 16,947
January 2019 16,975
December 2018 18,877
November 2018 19,984
October 2018 16,492
September 2018 14,137
August 2018 19,247
July 2018 12,208
June 2018 2,933
May 2018 11,997
April 2018 6,652
March 2018 13,637
February 2018 10,194
January 2018 14,847
December 2017 17,805
November 2017 14,385
October 2017 22,762
September 2017 9,866
August 2017 18,362
July 2017 14,910
June 2017 11,401
April 2017 8,289
March 2017 8,742
February 2017 13,329
January 2017 16,436
December 2016 2,434
November 2016 2,182
August 2016 61
July 2016 6,195
June 2016 4,442
May 2016 10,275
April 2016 9,718
March 2016 1,887
February 2016 116

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,903,260
2 noelwoodhouse 3,960,752
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,393,777
5 Rhonda.M 3,298,030
...
87 dmarkwick 541,777
88 GJReid-B.Sc.M.Mgmt. 539,268
89 charlesgilbert 536,305
90 GrahamKelley 527,260
91 Trevor.Poultney 525,313
92 mgelli08 517,108

527,260 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

January 2020 16,714
December 2019 16,908
November 2019 21,500
October 2019 7,600
September 2019 9,047
August 2019 10,189
July 2019 15,072
June 2019 9,511
May 2019 4,597
April 2019 8,117
March 2019 19,281
February 2019 16,947
January 2019 16,975
December 2018 18,877
November 2018 19,984
October 2018 16,492
September 2018 14,137
August 2018 19,247
July 2018 12,208
June 2018 2,933
May 2018 11,997
April 2018 6,652
March 2018 13,637
February 2018 10,194
January 2018 14,847
December 2017 17,805
November 2017 14,385
October 2017 22,762
September 2017 9,866
August 2017 18,362
July 2017 14,910
June 2017 11,401
April 2017 8,289
March 2017 8,742
February 2017 13,329
January 2017 16,436
December 2016 2,434
November 2016 2,182
August 2016 61
July 2016 6,195
June 2016 4,442
May 2016 10,275
April 2016 9,718
March 2016 1,887
February 2016 116

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 340,286
2 PhilThomas 140,656
3 GeoffMMutton 128,982
4 mickbrook 114,105
5 murds5 61,555
...
2333 gjewiss 6
2334 Gkissy 6
2335 glynnf 6
2336 GrahamKelley 6
2337 Guava 6
2338 GWWest 6

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 15:00 in onr hearts your menM—* Hn—srs,
Sweetly tender, fond sad true,
llaere is not a day, our loved one, .
We do not tiiink of von.
—Inserted by his loring i—other and fafter.
Mc-XAIWBTOX.—in lovimr memory of Obrp?
ral E. ?. SlcNaufflrtnn, kriled in artion. Polygon
Wood on the SOth £eptexnher, 1907.
"Just waiting on OodTs -wide shore line
JIANJGEISDOaF.—In ead bot lovintr memory or
my dear brother, WHfred. killed in action on the
3Kb Sepcember, 1917.
No one knows the r?tat fceartaebe.
Only thewe can teH
Who have lot a lovin-r brother
K'ithoot a labt tarewell.
—Inserted by hk taring sister, Minnie.
MAS<GELSDO2r\—fa lovin? memory of onr
dear nephew WrKred, wbo ins killed in action
in 5-raice on the SOth September, C9C.
Bememh—nee is the gulden chain
—Inserted bv his loving aunties, M. Penfonnd and
MANGELSDOOT-.—ln ever-bx— memo—- of our
dear soa and brother, Wilfred, who was tilled in
F—ace on the 30th September. 1917.
Cone is the face —e fared bo dear,
Silent Ihe voice we loved ix> bear;
R> —ill meet you again, dear TTillred,
Where pan ings are no more.
We -will clasp your hand in a better land.
And we ehalL part no more.
—Inserted by hii lot-ing mother —id father, sis
IN our hearts your menM—* Hn—srs,
Sweetly tender, fond and true,
There is not a day, our loved one,
We do not think of von.
—Inserted by his loving mother and father.
McNAUGHTON.—In loving memory of Corpo-
ral E. F. McNauhton, killed in action, Polygon
Wood on the 20th September, 1917.
"Just waiting on God's wide shore line
MANGELSDORF.—In sad but loving memory of
my dear brother, Wilfred, killed in action on the
20th September, 1917.
No one knows the silent tat fceartaebe.
Only those can teH
Who have lost a lovin-r brother
Without a last farewell.
—Inserted by his loving sister, Minnie.
MANGELSDORF.—In loving memory of our
dear nephew Wilfred, who was killed in action
in France on the 20th September, 1917.
Remembrance is the gulden chain
—Inserted by his loving aunties, M. Penfound and
MANGELSDORF.—In ever-long memory of our
dear son and brother, Wilfred, who was killed in
France on the 20th September. 1917.
Gone is the face —e fared bo dear,
Silent the voice we loved ix> bear;
We will meet you again, dear TTillred,
Where partings are no more.
We will clasp your hand in a better land.
And we shall part no more.
—Inserted by his loving mother and father, sis-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 14:53 You proved vours?i? a hero, i eatoia. and a nun.
Some may soon iorget you, bnc loved ones
3ut yoor name is highlj hononed by all of vat
Bat your name is highly J— nored by all of us at
"home.
—Inserted hy his loving sister and brother-in-tew,
Vera ami lorry.
MILLS.—ln fond memo— of Lientenant fjydnef
S. Mills. M.tC, 10th Battalion, n-oned missing
on the 3>:h September. ?K7. R.U.
There are times when ihe nowers zn flSence
Of a soilier in khaki !ar over ihe sea.
And —hispers sadiy of one who is dead.
—Inserted by hia loving £iAter and brother-in-law,
4neen and'iim.
MHifl-—ln lovii— meimuj of Uenbe—tnt S. S
iblj?, SUC., reportni killed .September 20. 1917,
dearly beloved eon a & JL and H. aCUs. 6, Cray
street, AdeiaHe.
You proved yourself a hero, i eatoia. and a nun.
Some may soon forget you, bnc loved ones
But your name is highlj hononed by all of vat
But your name is highly honored by all of us at
home.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law,
Vera and Larry.
MILLS.—In fond memory of Lientenant Sydney
S. Mills, M.C., 10th Battalion, reported missing
on the 20th September, 1917. R.I.P.
There are times when the flowers zn flSence
Of a soldier in khaki far over ihe sea.
And whispers sadly of one who is dead.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law,
Queen and Jim.
MILLS.—In loving memory of Lieutenant S. S.
Mills, M.C., reported killed September 20, 1917,
dearly beloved son of S. M. and H. Mills, 6, Gray-
street, Adelaide.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 14:46 MacDONALD.—in loving memory of our dear
#on and brother, Frank £. R- HacDooald. killed
in action in Prance on mh September. 1917.
One tiling: death cannot sever.
Ixrvi; and remembrance last for ever.
—Inserted by his father, —ocher, brotiie—, and
MADDISON.—In lovinjr mm— of Walter S-,
who was killed In action in France, September
20, ??7.
He went with the SH—e of retanmin^,
Alonj: —ith fthe "boys" so brave;
Bnt with many a hero he's resting
In a ?honored soldier's gnvc.
—Inserted by his lovitnr mother, brother, and
si£ter-in-la—, at Benmark.
MADDISON.—In lovincr memory ol our dear
brother Walter killed in action in France, Sep
tember 30, 1917.
Three years a—> a —i?—i—? came
Frotn Cod, Wbo thought it best
To take you from Hoe >—ea—? -world
And (rive vou peace and rest.
—Inserted by Bris loving sister and brother-in-law.
Annie and £ed~;, Wirrabara.
MILLS.—ln tad but lacing memo—- of my dear
huxjand, Sydnev P. MEii, iI.C, lieatenant. 10th
Battalion, reporiei —issiiK Sepcemb— fiOth, IOIJ.
He did hi? duty—and his bn.—lnserted by ia?
loving wi!e, P. H. SCos, Qnom. :
MILLS.—!n sad and loving —emorv of my dear
otother. S??i. 10th Baiul on, killed in action ai
Poiygon Wood on the ?SPth Seple—ier, 1907.
?VJreMer love hath no man.**
—Inserted -by his loving brother, Eoland, BoJle
MILLS.—In loviojr memory of iieutet—nl Syd
nev 6. Miik ILC, 10th Battalion, reported tnUs
ing on the iOti September, 19BT. R-LP.
MacDONALD.—In loving memory of our dear
son and brother, Frank E. R. MacDonald, killed
in action in France on 20th September, 1917.
One thing death cannot sever.
Love and remembrance last for ever.
—Inserted by his father, mother, brothers, and
sisters.
MADDISON.—In loving mmemory of Walter S.,
who was killed in action in France, September
20, 1917.
He went with the hope of retanmin^,
Along fthe "boys" so brave;
But with many a hero he's resting
In a honored soldier's gnvc.
—Inserted by his loving mother, brother, and
sister-in-law, at Renmark.
MADDISON.—In loving memory of our dear
brother Walter killed in action in France, Sep-
tember 20, 1917.
Three years ago a —i?—i—? came
From God, Wbo thought it best
To take you from this —ea—? -world
And give you peace and rest.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law,
Annie and Redge, Wirrabara.
MILLS.—In sad but loving memory of my dear
husband, Sydney S. Mills, M.C., lieutenant, 10th
Battalion, reported missing September 20th, 1917.
He did his duty—and his bit.—Inserted by his
loving wife, P. H. Mills, Quorn.
MILLS.—In sad and loving memory of my dear
brother, Syd, 10th Battalion, killed in action at
Polygon Wood on the 20th September, 1917.
"Greater love hath no man."
—Inserted by his loving brother, Roland, Boole-
MILLS.—In loving memory of Lieutenant Syd-
ney S. Mills, M.C, 10th Battalion, reported miss-
ing on the 20th September, 1917. R.I.P.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 14:37 CBsu ey. wdio was tniwi in artion on September
a>, 1917, at Pohf^ni Wood. Frxoce. at the 10th
' Tonr memory will never fade.
Ton wilr five in our hearts, tSiongh we nerer can
? kneel
Br the grave where yoor dear body Kes.
—Inserted by hu parents, J. and B. Uarrism,
r 6ister and brothers.
HARRIS.—in ilovinc tnemor>- ot our dear son
and brother, Lanc-e-Corporal Horace Harris, ?-ho
' made the supreme tJcriSce in. Stance on the 3Dta
Septanber. 098.
r His memory lives within the hearts'
J Of those who knew his worth.
. —inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
sUxens.
JOHNSON.—In loving memory of oar dear
" son and brother. Sergeant LeooarJ A. Joonsji,
MJf., late J7th Battalion, klUed ia act-on ia
? France. 20/9/1817.
He n?at with the hoie of retnrniafc
Along with the bow so bcave;
1 But with many a bero he's Testing
r In an honored soldier's grave.
—laserted by iis loving mother, lafhet, cistern.
and brothers, of Kenmark; afco his sister. Mrs. J
Nixon, m Closvjp, S.A.
JOHNSON.—In loving memory of Senjeant U
30th September, iMV.
We will hoid in- fond memory,
r Tboagh 6ie years wnaj <mne and go.
> —Inserted by D. and Ceo. Smith, Bdmnga Post
osVe.
JOHNSON.—io lovine memorr of dear Len.
ki?ed on the fiOth September, 'IKS.
X eweet yooqg life that promised weR,
' FerhajK it's best, ?h, who can tell?
—Inserted by übcU aod aunt Cooper and family.
JOHNSON-—*n loving memorv of MichVel
? J?s* OCidO **mson. killed in action ia France.
" September 90, ISB. H.LP.
A noMe hero, trap ani brave.
—bwerted by his lorjns lather, notaer, brothem,
and eiaten.
KEEN.--Private A. w. Seme, So. 353. D Com
pany, idHed in action on Both September, 83.
ThoOfA Jt ? three years a^o to-day, I
?> itT.l Temember him, thanrfi be is far a.vr?r |
—Inserted by iis ?Joring mother and father and '
brofhers arid ojeter-ta-la-w. j
LEAVER.—In fond rememrance of Xtior, who I
i Trade the supreme caorifcv ScptwJier CO I9l>,
aoed S Stan. TlialinaiM ?o<flth tntiarisa.
LEAVER.—In loving —enro —? of Graham fVsj'')
Holiand Leaver. lieutenanU loth Battalion, kfll"d
in action P.ily— — Wood, be—:ember 20, 13X7.
Ifooge Crater Cemetery.
LAMSHED.—in iori?r remembrance of Will,
o?ir dear ajid br..ttler. who -?as kiUed in
art ion at Passchendaele on the SOth September,
E)l7.
"He -iied as be lived, doine his doty."
—Insertoti l>y hk loving parents, S. and E.
La—shed an-i fa— ilj-.
CHAR ety, who was killed in action on September
20, 1917, at Polygon Wood, France, of the 10th
Batt.
Your memory will never fade.
You wilr five in our hearts, tSiongh we nerer can
kneel
By the grave where yoor dear body Kes.
—Inserted by his parents, J. and B. Harrison,
sister and brothers.
HARRIS.—In loving memory of our dear son
and brother, Lance-Corporal Horace Harris, who
made the supreme sacrifice in France on the 20th
September, 1917.
His memory lives within the hearts'
Of those who knew his worth.
—Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, and
sisters.
JOHNSON.—In loving memory of our dear
son and brother. Sergeant Leonard A. Johnson,
M.M., late 27th Battalion, killed in action in
France. 20/9/1917.
He went with the hoie of retnrniafc
Along with the boys so bcave;
But with many a bero he's Testing
In an honored soldier's grave.
—Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters,
and brothers, of Renmark; also his sister. Mrs. J.
Nixon, of Glossop, S.A.
JOHNSON.—In loving memory of Sergeant L.
20th September, 1917.
We will hold in fond memory,
Though the years wnaj <mne and go.
—Inserted by D. and Geo. Smith, Echunga Post-
office.
JOHNSON.—In loving memory of dear Len,
killed on the 20th September, 1917.
A sweet yooqg life that promised weR,
Perhaps it's best, ?h, who can tell?
—Inserted by uncle and aunt Cooper and family.
JOHNSON.—In loving memory of Michael
Joseph (Mick) Johnson, killed in action in France,
September 20, 1917. R.I.P.
A noble hero, trap ani brave.
—Inserted by his loving father, mother, brothers,
and sisters.
KEENE.—Private A. W. Keene, No. 353. D Com-
pany, killed in action on 20th September, 1917.
Though Jt ? three years a^o to-day, I
We itT.l Temember him, thanrfi be is far a.vr?r |
—Inserted by his loving mother and father and
brothers and sister-in-law.
LEAVER.—In fond rememrance of Major, who
made the supreme sacrifice September 20, 1917,
aged 21 years. Lieutenant to 10th Battalion.
LEAVER.—In loving memory of Graham (Maje)
Holland Leaver, lieutenant 10th Battalion, killed
in action Polygon Wood, September 20, 1917.
Hooge Crater Cemetery.
LAMSHED.—In loving remembrance of Will,
our dear son and brother, who was killed in
action at Passchendaele on the 30th ? September,
1917.
"He died as be lived, doing his duty."
—Inserted by his loving parents, S. and E.
Lamshed and family.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 14:21 GREEN. —Ic sad and loviiar memory oiaanr'dau
bwOund and fatbjr, ijance-Corporal H. F. Greeu.
1505, knied in action in France on September 20,
I*l7.
Tbongfc <featb 4it*te?. fond ouxnocie? ding.
Tntt in Cod; we win met again.
—Tit-ertnd tor his loving <wite and children.
HERITAGE.—In ever-present monrry of oar be
loved Frtix. 10th Battalion. *.IJ-., ?ed
fiifbtinir for the right.. Septenfber Wth, JTOT.
ThankMlly Tememtxriic; Thy own sopreme saeri
0, Lori, of toe dead and tte living;
We entruft onr igaitat ones to T.y fceertng;
Ixwkiag far gbd lennhm lA rigUimrot aE
r "He torneth the sTiadow of ieath into the men
. Ing."—Amos, 6*.
—Mother, Xorth-street, FrewvlDe.
HERITAGE.—lnvlovhig memory of Felix H. G.
S. VerUa^e, killed in action Polygon Wood, Sep
- tevber 50th, ?17.-hnerted by his brother Ber
' bert and sister ErheL
HARDING.—In loving memory of onr dear *o?
Fmnk, ki?ed in action Saptsmtier 20, 1917.
'In dresms fee Is ever near n?.
His voice n lone; to'bear;
I Bat in France; beside ins comrades.
Ides the one we loved so dear.
-Smarted by his father, mother, brothers, and
staten, Everard Central.
HERBERT.— in loving memory of my dear bro
tie 20th September. 39:?.
farewell to y?a, dear brother.
Tie street to breathe your name.
In life we loved yon very dearly,
. In death we do the same.
, -Inserted by his loving cuter and brotber-iaylrw,
' Ethel and Percy Wilson.
HERERT.—<n loving memory of onr dear con
and broUier, Stanley, who died ot wounds in
- France on the 30th September, 1917.
? What would we give to clasp his hand,
> His (oving face to we,
Jwt to hear one word from Sian,
Which meant eo snoch lo as.
< We aisj him for we love him,
r Aod ? ever feel the iocs
, <X*> twing heart, now silent
*Xe?h a little wooden cross.
3 —Inserted tjj- his laviiw mother, brothes, sisters,
i and niece.
HARRISON.—fa loviur memory of ?r dear
brother, Charlie, who was tilled m action at
Polygon Wood on the 30th September. imS.
yo one voices the Etleni heartache,
f Only those can teU
Vho have last a loving brother
Withoirt * last farewe&
' —fjiseited >y his lovinr ?ur and brother, B V
? and V. Chaplin, "Bamley Sridge.
GREEN.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
husband and father, Lance-Corporal H. F. Green,
3505, killed in action in France on September 20,
1917.
Though death 4it*te?. fond ouxnocie? ding.
Trust in God; we win met again.
—Inserted by his loving wife and children.
HERITAGE.—In ever-present memory of our be-
loved Felix, 10th Battalion, A.I.F., who died
fighting for the right, September 20th, 1917.
Thankfully Tememtxriic; Thy own sopreme saeri-
fice.
O, Lord, of toe dead and tte living;
We entrust onr igaitat ones to T.y fceertng;
Looking far gbd lennhm lA rigUimrot aE
wrongs.
"He turneth the sTiadow of ieath into the morn-
ing."—Amos, 5-8.
—Mother, North-street, Frewville.
HERITAGE.—In loving memory of Felix H. G.
N. Heritage, killed in action Polygon Wood, Sep-
tember 20th, 1917.—Inserted by his brother Her-
bert and sister Ethel.
HARDING.—In loving memory of our dear son
Frank, killed in action September 20, 1917.
In dreams he Is ever near n?.
His voice we lone; to hear;
But in France; beside ins comrades.
Lies the one we loved so dear.
—Inserted by his father, mother, brothers, and
sistes, Everard Central.
HERBERT.—In loving memory of my dear bro-
the 20th September, 1917.
Farewell to you, dear brother.
'Tis sweet to breathe your name.
In life we loved you very dearly,
In death we do the same.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law,
Ethel and Percy Wilson.
HERERT.—In loving memory of our dear son
and brother, Stanley, who died of wounds in
France on the 20th September, 1917.
What would we give to clasp his hand,
His loving face to we,
Just to hear one word from Sian,
Which meant so snoch lo as.
We miss him for we love him,
And we ever feel the iocs
Of a loving heart, now silent
'Neath a little wooden cross.
—Inserted by his loving mother, brothes, sisters,
and niece.
HARRISON.—In loving memory of our dear
brother, Charlie, who was killed m action at
Polygon Wood on the 30th September, 1917.
No one voices the Etleni heartache,
Only those can teU
Who have last a loving brother
Without a last farewell
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother, B. N.
and W. Chaplin, Hamley Bridge.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 14:09 OOBBOS.—In fond nuanory at oar dear son
(Will). Lieutenant W. F. L. Dodcon, kiUed in
nandopa on. Septainber 20, IS7.
"Dole* et dcoormn est pro pa*ria mori."
DAVIS.—In fond memory of oar dear brother
Jkrttmr, killed in action SeptenAer 30, 1917.
Cone, tot not forgotten-—ineerted by his sister
DAVIS.—Ik ?ad memory of oar loved Iwutliei.
*W5. A. W. Davis, (ilatoon roimer t7th Battalion,
killed m action. September 40, WO.
Fattier, in Thy gracious keeping
—Inserted by ?w cuter <and taotber, E. and H.
DeUhunt.
DA.VIB.-4n sad bat lortwr memory of our dear
son and brodter, Arfliur, killed in PlaadeTa on
the 90th September, WS.
—fosenei by bis loving parents, sislens, and bro
DAIVTS.—Sn fondest memory of onr dear meplmr
and cotMio. Aithiir, UHed in Flandeu on the
?iOth September. IWI7.
—Itaertad by aU iJvhaj aunt and cousins, L.
btutSty. Wflrose.
BATli—ln loving memory ?f (mr dear nephew
an] cousin. Arthur, tolled in on tbe
a?li September, IStt".—lnsertftl bv sis fond aont,
VHlflS.— ln iond memory of ,oor dear brother,
Artbar, killed in Flanders on the 20ta Septem
ber, ?n.7.
—inserted bv his fond sifter and brotaer-in-lav,
Ella and Gordon H'arreo, Penola.
DWKS.—In loTinar memory of my dear hnsband.
Private C. H. F. Danes, lOti Sattalkn. kil!e-i
in action in Trance and the KXb September,
IBTT.
Sweet to my tnemorj, dear to mv heart.
My love for thr memory never -depart;
I Imow that the years, be they many or few,
WiH be yeas of remembrance, dear Ceocpe. of
yog.
-OuMTied by lis iJrtvr wife.
T>4I\IE!S. —In Moving remembrance of our .lear
am, "Private C. H F. Davies, lOlb Battxiioa,
killed in action in'TVaoce on the 10th Septem
ber, IM7.
space of time, va lapse of years,
Can dim the life thatV -pa.-t;
A loTiae memorr hdda it dear.
Affection boKas "it fast.
— inseTtait *T bis lorinr father-in-4aw and ra-ither
in-iaw, A. and J. £sgjand.
tVIVrES—In 4orinr memory of our dear bro
ther. Private C. H. F Dans. ,?ch BatUlian,
killed in action in France on tbe 20th Septem
ber, WI7.
Jost Ibree yeses btn pasard away,
Toor face we nmt are.
We t*rtl remember yon.
—Inserwd iy bis bisnber-in-Uii-, R mi E. En*>
bvkd.
DAVlrrs—ln Vn-fni m<>mory of our dear ann
sikj hrrtlier, <Seoq:e H. V.. kil!e?i m aztiaa on
the 60th September, ltflT.
Tbne chanses many thine*.
Bat memory, like tbe rrr. clincv.
-^Jnserted by hia li?vine parnt-i broUlexs. aod
onr dear toother, flroiw Homer F., kiUed in
action, September 20. 1917-
In doing feat a cross was won;
No fuar of self, in tryinff to save
TDe lives of others his life he 6a? .
—Inserted by his lovin? ristere and brother-iD
l*vr Jessie, ?Jiary. an* OS"1 Snd?unm Hate
A.LF.). Balaklava'.
in France, September 20th, 1917. -Ever remem-
gon Wood, September 20th, 1917- Ever remembered
—lnserted by his loving wife, Lily.
-SGaTNTOV.—4n fond and levins memory of
our -iWr son and (brother, I^nce-OoipoMj C R.
&rlinton, STtJi Bilialion. who wxs *??????
action on lie 2?th September, WET. ?t Srood
seindc RUire. die fifth -beloved son of T. and E.
Eglmton. Forest Bange.
No one know the tilent heartache,
Oirly -those can teU who hare }ost Oku dear son
WilbStn a last farewell. .... . .
Oh, coiil-1 -we have "used his dyin^ head.
Or beard bfe tea; farewell.
The Wow would not hare been so hard
To those tSiat loved him so ??U.
Xo more voor welcome footsteps
WHI tread our dwrilinc floar.
No more wiH we watct for yonr corning, uear
Olarey.
As *we 'Hd in days of jvm-
Gon "knows how anueh we miss yoo,
H? tcomitks the tears we shed,
in.l whispers, "He's only fleeprag,
And win ever feel the loss
Of oar dear Clarey
X?w silent 'neadi a little -wooden tros.
—Inserted >y bis sorrowing €ather and mother,
brothers, and sfcters.
FTS3EB-—ln loving memory of dear Harold,
Hied in France, September ?0?, 191T. I?ved
by all.—lnserted bi* mother, fatter, sister, and
brolber-in-law, 3rd and Stan.
rOKD.—In lovinjr memorv of Private T. P.
Ford. 10th Battalion, who died n* wounds ai
Ijjsseribocfc. Belgium, on September 39, 1917.
Immaculate beart of Maty. .
Oh, sacred heart of Jesos
Have mercy on Us cool.
HIP. —Inserted by hie loving parents, enters, snd
brothere, Stillkcent. 3SJXS69
FERRES.—ln icrving memory of Leslie, who
war tilled in action in Trance on ihe ?Ui Sep
tember, 19CT.
He went with the hope ot retaroine.
Alone with tiie boys so brave.
Bat with man? a hero he's restinr
In an honored soldier's ?ra*e.
—Inserted ty his lovins mother, brothes, and
elite*:
FROST.—ln loving remembrance of nj dear
falter Private Arthur James Frost, who was
killed in action 'in Trance on September 20, 1917.
There's a. little white cross, bat not alone.
Ko monuments high or rich graven stone
Mxrte toe grave ot mr father there.
Bk duty nobly done,
-inserted by iris loving daughter Mabel.
FROST.—In k>vine memory of our dear brother,
Arthur, sic ni killed in action ia France, £.-p
-tcxl-er 90, 1917.
His actions -speak, though his voice is (till.
Forget Mm? Xo. we nerer wOL
—Insert**: \y his brother, sister-in-law, and niece,
Frank, Ssuri. and Alju
FROST-—in lovinp memorr of Private Arthnr
Jtme< Froet, who -was killed in action on Sep
tember 30. 1017. at Tores.
"No {ear of self; in trying to save
The tores at others, his life he gave.
-Onserted by his old pal. Saga?b-Vajar Murray.
FROST. —In lovina- memory of my dear ?on-ia
lanr, ArUitzr J*mas Frost, -who was viHed in
action on the 20th September, ?BS, at Ypres.
And thank of onr bero, who rests in France.
-?Inserted by his mother-m4aw and brother-in
iaw. H. Brewin.
FROST. —In lorinp memory of onr dear brothrr.
ArthJT. ]dl:ed tn action in Bdjrhnn, September
SO. 1917. Peace, perfect peace.—lnserted by Era,
Mjrt. <md kiddis?.
FBOST.—In lovinjt memory of Artimr, lriried in
rcrlon. Belirium. September 30. 1917. Doty nobly
done.—lnserted by father, mother, Molly, Jack,
GREEN.—In loving memory of oar dear son
and brother. iTalta, who tns killed In action,
September 50, 1017.
There are tunes when the flowers speak in silence
to ma
Of a soldier in khaki tar over tile sea.
And sometimes a melody runs thromrh my head
And u-hi^iers so sadly of one who is dead.
—Inserted by his lotimj father, ?kt?r, and bro
memory of iance-Corporal W. S. V. Green, irflkd
in A?ncc m September 90, UU7.
A call to 4u£t, Urns nobly done;
In ajoinc; (bat a <na was won.
—Inserted Of bi? sii&rJalas. Vtj An?, and
brother-in-law, Phillip fmst .
GREEN.—In lorinp Demory of my 4ear con,
XAnceOorporal Senry Frederick: <Harry) Creeo,
of the -HKh Battalion, A-LF., tilled in action
at the Hurt battle of Tpra, Flandes, on the
20th September, ram, doini his bit for home
and the Empire—€n?rted by bis ioring father,
P. H. Cnea. So. SO, CObert-ct^ Adelaide. Dad
to Harry. ,
GREEN.—In loving memory of ray dear brother
I/ance-Oorporal H. F. ?Green, lOth Batt., tiled in
?.rtbrn September %oi, 1017.
In onr home yon are never Sotgo^ten.
—Inserted br bis lovin? -Ister, l>rotfaer-in-kur, and
nepbev. 6fa," Bob. and Frank.
GREEN.—ln loving memory of oar dew friend,
Iduxe-Cocponl 3. Green. tdHed in action on
the 20th September, T917. "Etst lemeMiwtl--
Initrted br bis sincere friends, Vt. tat Mis.
G. -Andersw ?r?l ?fimHy.
DDSON.—In fond memory at our dear son
(Will). Lieutenant W. F. L. Dodcon, killed in
Flanders on Septmber 20, 1917.
"Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori."
DAVIS.—In fond memory of our dear brother
Arthur, killed in action September 30, 1917.
Gone, but not forgotten-—ineerted by his sister
DAVIS.—In sad memory of our loved brother,
3075, A. W. Davis, platoon runner 27th Battalion,
killed m action. September 20, 1917.
Father, in Thy gracious keeping
—Inserted by his sister and brother, E. and H.
Delahunt.
DAVIS.—In sad but loving memory of our dear
son and brother, Arthur, killed in PlaadeTa on
the 20th September, 1917.
—Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and bro-
DAVIS.—In fondest memory of our dear nephew
and cotMio. Arthur, UHed in Flandeu on the
20th September, 1917.
—Inserted by his loving aunt and cousins, L.
Stutley, Melrose.
DAVIS.—In loving memory of my dear nephew
and cousin. Arthur, tolled in on tbe
20th September, 1917.—Inserted by his fond aunt,
DAVIS.—In fond memory of our dear brother,
Arthur, killed in Flanders on the 20th Septem-
ber, 1917.
—Inserted by his fond sister and brother-in-law,
Ella and Gordon Warren, Penola.
DAVIES.—In loving memory of my dear husband,
Private G. H. F. Davies, 10th Battalion, killed
in action in France and the KXb September,
1917.
Sweet to my memory, dear to mv heart.
My love for thr memory never depart;
I know that the years, be they many or few,
Will be yeas of remembrance, dear Ceocpe. of
you.
—Inserted by his loving wife.
DAVIES.—In loving remembrance of our dear
son, Private G. H. F. Davies, 10th Battalion,
killed in action in France on the 10th Septem-
ber, 1917.
No space of time, va lapse of years,
Can dim the life that's past;
A loving memorr hdda it dear.
Affection holds it fast.
—Inserted by his loring father-in-law and mother-
in-law, A. and J. England.
DAVIES.—In loving memory of our dear bro-
ther, Private G. H. F Davies, 10th Battalion,
killed in action in France on the 20th Septem-
ber, 1917.
Just Ibree yeses btn pasard away,
Your face we nmt are.
We still remember you.
—Inserted by his brother-in-law, R. and E. Eng-
land.
DAVIES.—In loving memory of our dear son
and brother, George H. E., kil!e?i m aztiaa on
the 20th September, 1917.
Time changes many thine*.
But memory, like tbe rrr. clincv.
—Inserted by his loving brothers, and
sisters, Goodwood.
our dear brother, George Homer F., killed in
action, September 20. 1917.
In doing that a cross was won;
No fear of self, in tryinff to save
The lives of others his life he 6a? .
—Inserted by his loving sisters and brother-in-
law, Jessie, Mary, and Cyril Bridman (late
A.I.F.). Balaklava.
in France, September 20th, 1917.—Ever remem-
gon Wood, September 20th, 1917. Ever remembered
—Inserted by his loving wife, Lily.
EGLINTON.—In fond and loving memory of
our dear son and brother, Lance-Corporal C. R.
Eglinton, 27th Battalion. who wxs *??????
action on the 27th th September, 1917, at Brood-
seinde Ridge, the fifth beloved son of T. and E.
Eglinton. Forest Range.
No one know the silent heartache,
Only those can teU who hare }ost Oku dear son
Without a last farewell. .... . .
Oh, could we have "used his dyin^ head.
Or heard bfe tea; farewell.
The blow would not hare been so hard
To those that loved him so ??U.
No more voor welcome footsteps
Will tread our dwrilinc floar.
No more will we watct for yonr corning, uear
Clarey.
As we 'Hd in days of jvm-
God knows how anueh we miss yoo,
He counts the tears we shed,
And whispers, "He's only fleeprag,
And will ever feel the loss
Of our dear Clarey
Now silent 'neadi a little -wooden tros.
—Inserted by his sorrowing father and mother,
brothers, and sisters.
FISHER.—In loving memory of dear Harold,
killed in France, September 20, 1917. Loved
by all.—Inserted by mother, father, sister, and
brother-in-law, Syd and Stan.
FORD.—In loving memory of Private T. P.
Ford, 10th Battalion, who died of wounds at
Lijssenhock, Belgium, on September 20, 1917.
Immaculate heart of Maty.
Oh, sacred heart of Jesus
Have mercy on his cool.
R.I.P.—Inserted by his loving parents, sisters, and
brothers, Millicent. 3SJXS69
FERRES.—In loving memory of Leslie, who
was killed in action in Trance on ihe ?Ui Sep-
tember, 1917.
He went with the hope of retaroine.
Along with tiie boys so brave.
But with man? a hero he's restinr
In an honored soldier's grave.
—Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, and
sisters.
FROST.—In loving remembrance of my dear
father Private Arthur James Frost, who was
killed in action in France on September 20, 1917.
There's a little white cross, bat not alone.
No monuments high or rich graven stone
Marks the grave ot mr father there.
His duty nobly done,
—Inserted by his loving daughter Mabel.
FROST.—In loving memory of our dear brother,
Arthur, who was killed in action ia France, Sep-
tember 26, 1917.
His actions speak, though his voice is still.
Forget him? No. we nerer wOL
—Inserted by his brother, sister-in-law, and niece,
Frank, Maud, and Alma.
FROST.—In loving memory of Private Arthur
James Frost, who was killed in action on Sep-
tember 20, 1917. at Ypres.
No fear of self; in trying to save
The lives at others, his life he gave.
—Inserted by his old pal, Sergeant-Major Murray.
FROST.—In loving memory of my dear son-in-
law, Arthur James Frost, who was killed in
action on the 20th September, 1917, at Ypres.
And thank of our hero, who rests in France.
—Inserted by his mother-in-law and brother-in-
law, H. Brewin.
FROST.—In loving memory of our dear brother,
Arthur, ]dl:ed tn action in Bdjrhnn, September
20, 1917. Peace, perfect peace.—Inserted by Ern,
Myrt. and kiddies.
FROST.—In loving memory of Arthur, killed in
action, Belgium, September 20, 1917. Duty nobly
done.—Inserted by father, mother, Molly, Jack,
GREEN.—In loving memory of our dear son
and brother, Walter, who was killed in action,
September 20, 1917.
There are times when the flowers speak in silence
to me
Of a soldier in khaki far over tile sea.
And sometimes a melody runs through my head
And whispers so sadly of one who is dead.
—Inserted by his loving father, sister, and bro-
memory of Lance-Corporal W. S. V. Green, killed
in France on September 20, 1917.
A call to duty, Urns nobly done;
In doing that a <na was won.
—Inserted by his sister-in-law, May Amy, and
brother-in-law, Phillip Furse.
GREEN.—In loving memory of my dear son,
Lance-Corporal Henry Frederick (Harry) Green,
of the 10th Battalion, A.I.F., killed in action
at the third battle of Ypres, Flandes, on the
20th September, 1917, doing his bit for home
and the Empire.—Inserted by his loving father,
P. H. Green, No. 10, Gilbert-st., Adelaide. Dad
to Harry.
GREEN.—In loving memory of my dear brother,
Lance-Corporal H. F. Green, 10th Batt., killed in
action September 20th, 1917
In our home yon are never Sotgo^ten.
—Inserted by his loving sister, brother-in-law, and
nephew, Sis, Bob, and Frank.
GREEN.—In loving memory of our dear friend,
Lance-Corporal H. Green, killed in action on
the 20th September, 1917. "Ever remembered."—
Inserted by his sincere friends, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Anderson and family.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 12:34 ??? Somewhere to ?ebjiam,*e is lying.
*KiHed^ a^paaalkg-aaeH, ' .
* ?**?* buried by.'hiafonirados '. '
Who knew and loved bim welL
The life be lived while wiOi us,
?Jut* toM by bis pals to flie last.
' bte nteoury to prize and t* honor,
-i-5% bis l*eJ ones, irfco-ieel the sad low.
Tou an ever in oar memory, dear Percy,
"-Sweet thoaghta of pan we keep;
AMioiwb three yearn bive pa*se-i away
Onr crief re just a; deep.
—Inserted by hia Wr-loving father, mother, bn>.
the-?. ail sfotefe. Enrelis.
CUTrOBfeBttCK.-rln raneoibrance ?f oar daar
M, JUtfar. tilled' in aotiwi ta France, Win
Septembrr, lOC.-inserted by his loving lather
'. CLUTTEBBCCK.—in todag memory of Private
?. C. OaattHbock^died of wnasds Septeniber *),
.fcT.-Biar^Hhiajhuil by fata lorbc, friend,
~ DOOSOS-.^b, 1?W nwawryjrf :n? dear lna.
barki, Uen*ia?t- \f F. L a%%?n, irho ??-??.
klHed in action September SO, TW7.—lnserted by
his lovta? Atfe and daufhtes^ Bazd aai DoriK,
Boae Pa*. . ,
Somewhere to ?ebjiam,*e is lying.
Killed by a^paaalkg-aaeH, ' .
He was buried by.'hiafonirados '. '
Who knew and loved bim well.
The life be lived while with us,
And told toM by bis pals to flie last.
Is a nteoury to prize and t* honor,
By his l*eJ ones, irfco-ieel the sad low.
You an ever in oar memory, dear Percy,
Sweet thoaghta of pan we keep;
Although three yearn bive pa*se-i away
Our grief re just a; deep.
—Inserted by his ever-loving father, mother, bro-
thers, and sisters, Eurelia.
CLUTTERBUCK.—In remembrance of our dear
son, Arthur, tilled' in aotiwi ta France, Win
September, 1917.—Inserted by his loving father
CLUTTERBUCK.—In loving memory of Private
A. C. Clutterbuck, died of wnasds Septeniber *),
1917.—Ever remembered by his loving friend,
R.H.
DODSON.—In loving memory of my dear hus-
barnd, Lieutenant W. F. L. Dodson, who was
killed in action September 20, 1917.—Inserted by
his loving wife and daughters, Hazel and Doris,
Rose Park.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Monday 20 September 1920 page 6 2020-01-27 12:27 BIRTHS.
*% *6F^teaams SWtC^ttm^^S to afc and
"*^??"-)~* ?* ' "* "' "?
MINCHIN (nee Martha Edwards).-On the 8th
, ?sptamber, at Sister Bo?u'a Priwta Boqatal,
Spg-? doithteVrElnia Mary).
SCOTT.—On ,"tt?' ift*. SoDtensber, at "i'lrrai
s ' . the CTUi Betrtem.
ter, the wife of Arthur C. Strempel, of Clar-
aao. I'm*-* daughter (stfllaorn).
Cnrtaa'a, (forth -AlelaideTfa* ??*.t£. 'Ti-vr.
- * Mr, aad Mra. 8. BigE.'otJKwtawod, l??3rLfee
fioni. flfti dcotbter qf Mr. and Sirs. t. WiUcock,
tU?aton.. Prcw?t address-Jlonash, Olrer Mairsy.
CRABBS—MURRAY.—On the 15th September, at
-, ?* tWatar a^^MetaMt, by fiTSr., F,!
v tT?U>, Allan S.','*laS A.t.K). eliest a?n of
AMI* etMwyn, tlawj daughter of Sir. and
CHEEK.On the 17th September, at Payneham
Road St Peters, Valentine Orsmond. husband of Jane Cheek, aged 63 years.
TWlta-Oa tbe ISta Sapfamter, at Kb. 1.
husband of Eva Jean Smith, aged 5
KING.—On the 18th September, at his late-re
PRIEST.-On the 18th September (suddenly),
OAMPBF.LU.—On tbe 7th SeDtember, at Xarra
?edrtcv Strah Jane, dearly loved -wife of A. A.
Campbell, and younger daaqnater of the late B.
<I. and Brtber Drew, aged 41 years.
OONIEr.-On the 17th Au?nst, at San Ber
fW" IM J OtKtanU. Oiarlea John, deartr beloved
buband of Clan Dontba (nee Pi?y), ar-J 49
? year*.
HCTDSOV-On the Wtb September, Rnth Vary,
feetevad trfte of Itancis John Bodson, of dynde
;,' ?ad, XagUl, aged il yesu.
{ , OUBAVS.-OB the 380, September, at CbiMrenV
V BoapiatL Bajmond VaHeT, the dearty-belovfd
Infant eon of Tb. and Airs. & CSeave.-ot 10?,
Wajaaouth-st.. Adelaide, aged 9 months.
Another bud to Woom In heaven.
. a*TOLEX-Oa the mh Septamber, at her eon's
MaMenoe, nAar?tnet. Fn?arton Estate, Elin
?eta Jane, widow of the late Obades Henry
Fuller, in her TSrd year <eaddem?. lenrine; 3
sans and 6 daojrhteia, ? sn-aadcbOdren, and B
gre?i-?TmndcbHdron to mourn their aad loss.
CHXFK.-On the 17th September, at his resi
dence. Fainebam-road, St. t*eten, Valentine On.
, , nmod. dearly beloved husband of Jane Amelia
CHeek. aged ?S jpcars roddenly. leavior foor
damriiten ?ml a son to mourn Oeir loss. Bis re
mains were TM to rent in the Paynebam Oeme
ttry on Saturday, September IS.
~" JA?XES.-On the I?th September, at "Pier
fsint," Grut-avnoe. Boae Park, Annie, daugiiter
et tbe late Frederick William and Eiixbeth
lamea. sued 77 yeas.
raSTTHT.—On the 18tb September, at bis
Hater's residence, 2S, Hswker'i-ro.d, Ue<Undie
Betqemin Wright, beloved bmtber of Kiiabetii
?Talicer. aged.9B yean.
DAVIS <nee Ford).-4n the 15tt September, at
?Uss Waua'a Privale Hospital, Ifa?e Park, to Mr.
?ad Vnv J. Davis, of Merihah—a daughter Oaurel
I Joyce).
BOCM.-On the SMh September, at Waeleya,
(aoddaly) A. E. Fanlme, the dearry-benved wtfe
STlr: bo*; aged ? yean,.
POTraE.-On ike Ifitii September, at Kaatom,
flvdney. Adeline ICaud (Queen), datrfer.fi>elora!
- daaf?ter of Mr. and Mm. H. K. Laver, late of
torreosvflV. ace *i yearn.
Bar't home (0 <rlory and to God;
Art Aomc ta peace and rest
She** awme to ase ber fatber'a face.
Aad a> ?or ever Meat.
Tj?ved by alL—ln?eatal by ber loving parenia,
' alien* and brottoo.
O'DEA.-On the 19th September, at his resi-
? MSHBH CBE EAffl? t.
. heroes of the great war
BBBBMAN.—Id loving memory of ear cons and
brothers. Cliff, kUiet in action Prance, Beptem
ber SO. ,WU; Cbnde. killed in action. France.
October 15, 1917.-Inserted by their parents, bro
thers, 'and sisters. Curler.
BBBK.—In loving lanpory of oindtM son ud
broUte* Cm. who fell on. the battlefield of
France, Saptmber JO, 1917. "Bis memory tin*
within nor beartar-Inserted by Ilia lovum
parents. tautiM Tom, and areter* Violet sad
DoU,
BEga.— ta lovica-memory of our dear brother,
Ernest, who ??as tilled coiwarkecz in France oa
the ant September BC.
Too det!*f land to to forgotten.
—banted bv hi* Jon** sister and bratiur-in Inc.
[n and Walter Cbanman, nieces and nephew,
Sortn Tetti.
BBSS.—la lotto* (nteory of Lieutenant Fre4
rtr* Birkj. VjCL M.K.. Ist* l_k.V.C. and ?ta
Battalion, killed-in action .at T<pns, Snytember
n. nt7.
iJlanly, unselfish, and have.
. H"m T>r?rioD? joaor kite be gave.
by Ms paL E. Oelven. late A.LF.
BBSS.—In loving; imumi at Lieutenant Fred
rfe* Btrts. T.C.. M.U.. late IJ.M.C. and ?tb
Battalion, killed in action at lores, September
?. Wtt.
N?oe knar bin. bat to lore Ik.
Sadly tabled.—tented by & tMven. Larga.
BROWN"—In loving nmembrance of our be-
Joved son ant brother, Percy, kilted in action, on
the <lMh SeptenAer, DR.
BIRTHS
ADAMS.—On the 18th September, at Nurse
Bird's Nursing Home, Knight-bridge, to Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Adams, Black Forest Estate (late
A.I.F.)—a son.
MINCHIN (nee Martha Edwards).—On the 8th
September, at Sister Hogan's Private Hospital,
Kapunda—a daughter (Elma Mary).
SCOTT.—On the 17th September, at "Narma,"
STREMPLE (nee Huston).—On the 17th Septem-
ber, the wife of Arthur C. Strempel, of Clar-
ence Park—a daughter (stillborn).
Cyprian's, North -AlelaideTfa* ??*.t£. 'Ti-vr.
Lloyd A. (late A.I.F.),
Mr. and Mrs. 8. BigE.'otJKwtawod, l??3rLfee
Dora, fifth daughter of Mr. and Sirs. t. WiUcock,
Gilberton. Present address—Monash, River Murray.
CRABB—MURRAY.—On the 15th September, at
Holy Trinity Church, a^^MetaMt, by fiTSr., F,!
Webb, Allan S. (late A.I.F.), eliest a?n of
Mr. and Mrs.
Airlie Ethelwyn, eldest daughter of Mr. and
CHEEK.—On the 17th September, at Payneham-
road, St Peters, Valentine Orsmond, husband of
Jane Cheek, aged 63 years.
SMITH.—On the 8th September, at No. 1,
husband of Eva Jean Smith, aged 51 years.
KING.—On the 18th September, at his late re-
PRIEST.—On the 18th September (suddenly),
CAMPBELL.—On the 7th September, at Narra-
coorte, Sarah Jane, dearly loved wife of A. A.
Campbell, and younger daughter of the late B.
G. and Esther Drew, aged 41 years.
CONLEY.—On the 17th Augunst, at San Ber-
nardino, California, Charles John, deartr beloved
husband of Clara Dorathea (nee Pizey), aged 49
years.
HODSON.—On the 19th September, Ruth Mary,
beloved trfte of Itancis John Bodson, of dynde
road, Magill, aged 41 years.
CLEAVE.—On 18th September, at Children's
Hospital, Raymond Walter, the dearty-belovfd
infant son of Tb. and Airs. & CSeave.-ot 10?,
Waymouth-st., Adelaide, aged 9 months.
Another bud to bloom in heaven.
FULLER.—On the 14th September, at her son's
residence, Fisher-street, Fn?arton Estate, Eliza-
beth Jane, widow of the late Charles Henry
Fuller, in her 73rd year <eaddem?. lenrine; 3
sons and 6 daojrhteia, ? sn-aadcbOdren, and B
great-grandchildren to mourn their sad loss.
CHEEK.—On the 17th September, at his resi-
dence, Payneham-road, St. t*eten, Valentine Ors-
mond, dearly beloved husband of Jane Amelia
Cheek, aged 63 years roddenly. leavior foor
daughters ?ml a son to mourn Oeir loss. Bis re
mains were laid to rent in the Paynebam Oeme
tery on Saturday, September 18.
JAMES.—On the 19th September, at "Pier-
point," Grant-avenue, Rose Park, Annie, daughter
of the late Frederick William and Eiixbeth
James, aged 77 years.
WRIGHT.—On the 18th September, at his
sister's residence, 2S, Hswker'i-ro.d, Ue<Undie
Benjamin Wright, beloved bmtber of Kiiabetii
Walker, aged 86 years.
DAVIS (nee Ford).—On the 15th September, at
Miss Walsh's Private Hospital, Ifa?e Park, to Mr.
and Mrs. J. Davis, of Meribah—a daughter (Laurel
Joyce).
BOCK.—On the 19th September, at Wasleys,
(suddenly) A. E. Pauline, the dearry-benved wtfe
of J. W. Bock, aged 68 years.
POTTER.—On the 15th September, at Newtown,
Sydney, Adeline Maud (Queen), datrfer.fi>elora!
daughter of Mr. and Mm. H. K. Laver, late of
Torrensville, age 45 years.
She's home (0 <rlory and to God;
She's Aomc ta peace and rest
She's awme to ase ber fatber'a face.
And is ?or ever Meat.
Loved by all.—Inserted by her loving parents,
sisters and brotthers.
O'DEA.—On the 19th September, at his resi-
FOR FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 2.
HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR
BERREMAN.—In loving memory of our sons and
brothers, Cliff, kUiet in action france, Septem-
ber 20, 1917; Claude, killed in action. France,
October 15, 1917.—Inserted by their parents, bro-
thers, and sisters, Gawler.
BEER.—In loving memory of our dear son and
brother, Ern, who fell on. the battlefield of
France, September 20, 1917. "Bis memory tin*
within nor beartar."—Inserted by his loving
parents, brother Tom, and sisters, Violet and
Doll.
BEER.—In loving memory of our dear brotehr,
Ernest, who was tilled coiwarkecz in France oa
the 20th September, 1917.
Too dearly land to to forgotten.
—Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law,
Eva and Walter Chapman, nieces and nephew,
North Yelta.
BIRKS.—in loving memory of Lieutenant Fred-
rick Birks, V.C., M.M., late A.A.M.C. and 6th
Battalion, killed in action at Ypres, September
20, 1917.
Manly, unselfish, and brave.
His precious young life he gave.
—Inserted by his pal, E. Gelven. late A.I.F.
BIRKS.—In loving memory of Lieutenant Fred-
rick Birks, V.C., M.M., late A.A.M.C. and 6th
Battalion, killed in action at Ypres, September
20, 17.
None knar bin. bat to lore Ik.
Sadly missed.—Insented by S. Gelven, Largs.
BROWN.—In loving remembrance of our be-
loved son and brother, Percy, kilted in action, on
the 10th September, 1917.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Saturday 18 September 1920 [Issue No.5763] page 2 2020-01-27 11:52 LAM6HED.-In loving remem
Paschaendaele, on September 20, 1917.'
-He died as be lived, doing bis doty.
Inserted by bis loving parents 5.
The Sona and Daughters of the late
Sir. Joaeph Bore, tfenr. (of ft'illamnltai),
relatives for cards, floral tributes, and ex
pression* of sympathy during their recent
aad bereavement. They especially thank
Dr. C, IS. C. .Wilson,' Adjutant Hansen,
Revs. Willaaoo, Hemminga and jgughes,
Mr. D. Adams for their kindness..
LAMSHED.—In loving remem-
Paschaendaele, on September 20, 1917.
—He died as be lived, doing his duty.
Inserted by his loving parents S.
The Sons and Daughters of the late
Mr. Joseph Hore, Henr.? (of Willamulka),
relatives for cards, floral tributes, and ex-
pressions of sympathy during their recent
sad bereavement. They especially thank
Dr. C. E. C. Wilson, Adjutant Hansen,
Revs. Willason, Hemmings and Hughes,
Mr. D. Adams for their kindness.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 18 September 1920 [Issue No.436] page 13 2020-01-27 11:49 T*t-p*l — BiEED.
Tbe engagement is announced of KattCecn A.,
younger daiwrhter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D
Eeed. of 'Creystone.' Fairford Street, Dnlev,
to Frank flate A.I.F.). onlr eon of the Jate
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Best, of Adelaide.
ASHTOK— HOAB.
The engagement is announced of Churl, danph
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ashton, Swaine Ave
nue, Toorak. to Lance, ton of the late Mrs. J
BELTOK-CBOHEH.
Cromer.of 12 Xorth terrace, Hackner, to James,
third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Belton, of 'Tryn
yiird,' Tasmania.
Approaching: Marriages.
il HlTESuiiW—POISTTXG.
The marriage of Ethel Fannr, eldest daughter
iOf Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Whitelaw* of KQkenny, to
Frederick John, «cond son of Mr. and Mrs. W
Pointing of Kent Town, wO ne celebrated at
the Elgin Methods; Chnrch,_ Kiltemif , oa.Wed
nesdaV. SSpiemfor Sa/at 4.15 p^nCPriends and |
relatives cordjaUy Invited to ceremonr. Xo
Mrs^Tom Bowen wiU be at home on Tuesday
and Wednesday, the 21st and 32nd of September
at Glenunsa Avenue, Glen Osmond.
Engagements
BEST—REED.
The engagement is announced of Kathleen A.,
younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D.
Reed, of 'Greystone.' Fairford Street, Unley,
to Frank (late A.I.F.), only son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Best, of Adelaide.
ASHTON—HOAR.
The engagement is announced of Charl, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ashton, Swaine Ave-
nue, Toorak. to Lance, son of the late Mrs. J.
BELTON-CROMER.
Cromer, of 12 Xorth terrace, Hackney, to James,
third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Belton, of 'Wyn-
yard,' Tasmania.
Approaching Marriages.
WHITELAW—POINTING.
The marriage of Ethel Fanny, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitelaw, of Kilkenny, to
Frederick John, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Pointing of Kent Town, will be celebrated at
the Elgin Methodist Chnrch, Kilkenny, on Wed-
nesday, September 22, at 2.15 p.m. Friends and
relatives cordially invited to ceremony. No
Mrs. Tom Bowen will be at home on Tuesday
and Wednesday, the 21st and 22nd of September
at Glenunga Avenue, Glen Osmond.

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