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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, and DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authen- ticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Ten Shillings and Six pence each when not exceeding five lines ; over five lines Sixpence per line. (A line consists of seven words.) BIRTHS. MACKAY.— On the 24th January, at Wellington- street, Kensington, Adelaide, the wife of J. W. Mackay. of a daughter. SPINKS.— On the 10th February, at Hindmarsh- square, the wife of Geo. C. Spinks, of a son. FRASER.— On the 13th February, at Louis-street, St. Peters, the wife of A. Fraser, of a son. MARRIAGES. WHITTING—BARNES.— On the 10th February, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. N. McDonald, James, son of William Whitting, of Merriton, to Emilie Jane, only daughter of George Barnes, of Merriton.   GOLDING—FULLER.— On the 11th February, at   the residence of the bride's parents, Renmark, by the Rev. J. G. Jenkin, E. H. Golding, of Gol Gol N.S.W., to Laura, second daughter of Mr. Benjamin Fuller, jun. (late of Murray Bridge). DEATHS. MUSSON.— On the 13th February, at his residence, Lipson street, Port Adelaide, Richard Musson, aged 63 years. A colonist of 42 years. PEACOCK.— On the 13th February, at her residence, Marlborough-street, Malvern, Jane, relict of the late Mr. Wiles Peacock, in her 77th year. BEAN.— On the 13th February, at Cathedral Lodge, Pennington-terrace, North Adelaide, Harold Leonard, second dearly-beloved son of Arthur and R. E. Bean, aged 16 years. BOURNE.— On the 14th February, at West Hind- marsh, Ellen Ann, the beloved wife of Charles Bourne, after a long illness, in her 44th year. BRISTOWE.— On the 13th February, at his resi- dence, Sydenham-road, Norwood, William Robert, dearly-loved husband of G. M. Bristowe, in his 59th year. IN MEMORIAM. BROMLEY.— In fond and loving memory of George Bromley, who fell asleep February 18,1891.   Dearest father, thou hast left us, We thy loss most deeply feel ; But 'tis God who hath bereft us, He can all our sorrows heal. Oh, silent grave! to thee we trust   This precious part of earthly dust,   Guard it safely, sacred tomb. Till we, his children, ask for room. —Inserted by his children.

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