BIRTHS. HANCOCK.-On the 30th June, at Agnes-street, Eastwood, the wife of John Hancock, of a son. Both doing well. LINGWOOD-SMITH - On the 26th Jane, at Grote Street, Adelaide, the wife of W. T. Lingwood-Smith, of a son. Both doing well. BYRNE.-On the 28th June, at Brompton. the wife of James Byrne, Broken Hill, of a son. Father delighted. GOODE-On the 25th June, at Knightsbrldge, the wife of Frank Goode, of a son. WANKE.—On the 12nd June, at Wakefield-street, Adelaide, the wife of John C. Wanke, of a daughter. Both doing well MARRIAGES TUCKER-OSBORN.-On the 26th April, at the residence of Mrs. Ingleby, Hurtle-square, by the Rev. S. Mead, M.A., L.L.B, William Tucker, of Woodside, to Esther, second daughter of the late Frederick Osborn, of Port Adelaide. NEWMAN-MATTHEWS.—On the 26th June, at residence of the bride's uncle, Mr E J. Tucker, Strathalbyn, by the Rev. C. H. Nelld, Edward Joseph Miller Newman, H.M.C.S., of St Peters, to Florence Hand Matthews, of Strathalbyn. DEATHS. BICKFORD.—On the 2nd July, at St Leonards, Glenelg, Ina Phyliss, youngest twin daughter at William Stonelake and Elizabeth Bickford, aged six months. LYONS.-On the 2nd July, at Fenn-place, Hindley street, Janet Lyons, relict of the late Thomas Lyons, H.M.R., aged 71 years. TRANTER.-On the 5th June, at her residence, Hill street, Kapunda, after a long and painful illness borne with Christian fortitude, Mary Elizabeth, beloved wife of E. F. Tranter, and eldest daughter of the late James McCormack, Tuam, county Galway, Ireland.— R.I.P. Irish (Tuam) and American papers please copy. HAWKINS.—On the 1st July, at Marden, South Australia, Mary, the beloved wife of William James Hawkins, aged 30 years. HOWELL.--On the 20th June, Violet, the eldest beloved daughter of Mrs L. Howell, and the late Mr. Cec. Howell, of Howell's Corner, aged 20 years. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of my dear sisters—Johanna Robertson, who died at Birkenhead, Port Adelaide, on July 2, 1886, in her 21st year; also Alice Helena Schell, who died at Adelaide on April 20, 1887, in her 15th year. Beloved daughter of James Rice, of Thebarton. Requiescant in pace —Inserted by their loving sister, C M Olesen. SINCOCK.—In loving memory of John Sincock, who died July 3, 1888, aged 15 years. It's just a year ago to-day Since our dear father passed away. Affliction sore he meekly bore. All doctors were in vain; But God looked down upon his son, And released him of his pain. —Inserted by his loving wife and son, T. Sincock.