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WILLIAMS.-November 6, at College street, Portland, William, beloved
husband of Alice Williams, late of Burra and Broken Hill, in his 66th year. A patient sufferer gone to rest.
WILLIAMS-On the 12th September, at High- field, Waverley, N.S. Wales, William Henry Williams, late of the Burra, in tbe 52nd year of his age.
WILLIAMS —On the 12th September, at Highfield, Waverley, New South Wales, William Henry Williams, late of the Burra, in the 52nd year of his age.
DEATH. WILLIAMS.— On Nov 6, at College-street, Portland Estate, William, dearly-beloved husband of Alice Williams, and brother of Mrs. A. Brandt (Burra) and Mrs W. Lambert (Broken Hill) and one daughter. Aged 66 years. Interred in the Woodside Cemetery.
WILLIAMS.— On the 12th September, at High- field, Waverley, N.S. Wales, William Henry Williams, late of the Burra, in the 52nd year of his age.
Mrs, Anna M Williams.
On Wednesday last another link with the past was broken, when Mrs Anna M. Williams, of Paxton Square, Kooringa, passed away at the Burra Hospital after a lone and painful illness, at the age of 73 years. The deceased lady was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Joshua Turner, of Burra ,and married Mr William Williams who predeceased her many years ago. Mrs Williams was a member of St. Mary's Church and for forty years or until overtaken by illness senved that church as caretaker, faithfully and well. She leaves a grown up family. The funeral took place from St. Mary's Church on Thursday, when the services were conducted by the Rector, Rev. D. h. Biedding.
WILLIAMS.—On the loth April, at her daughter's ?residence, Parioide, of heart diaease, Mrs. Jane Williams, relict of the late William Williams, brewer, Walkerville, aged 73 years. An old and nsmocted colonist of to-rty-nlne yaws.
WILLIAMS.— On the 25th January, at her resi- dence. Carrington-street east, after a painful illness of nine month' duration, in the 44th year of her age, Jane Williams, eldest daughter of the late William Williams, of Walkerville, brewer, and Jane Catchlove his wife now also deceased. a27 S
WILLIAMS.—On the 26th January, at her resi dence, Caiiington-'treet ea«t, tfter ■ painful illness ol nine mont'-s* duration, in the 44tb yenr of her age. Jane Williams, eldest, daughter of tbe la"=e William Williams, ot Walkerviile. brewer, and Jane Catch low hi* wile, now also rieceaaet).
WILLIAMS.—On the £6th Jannary, at ber res!* denre. Cailington-ttreeteast, after a painful illness ot nine niooLos1 dnratlon. in the «th year ot her age, Jane Williams, eldest daughter of the late William Williams, ot Walkerville, brewer, and Jane Catch love. hl« wife, now also deceased.
WILLIAMS.—On the 17th September, of dysentery, Charles Paul Spencer, dearly beloved brother of Miss Williams, Silaoe-vUla, PufcsMe, and youngest son ot the late Mrs. Jane WUUajns.
BIRTHS. WILLIAMS.-On the 3rd November, Mrs. W. H. Williams, Clare, of a son. MONK.-On the 6th November, Mrs. Alfred Monk, Pandappa, of a son.