BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. O'KEEFFE.—On the 23rd December, at South Cottage, Robe Town, the wife of Mr. John George O'Keeffe, of a son. MARSH.—On the 29th December, at Harrowgate, the wife of Mr. Robert Marsh, storekeeper, of a son. BARLOW—On Friday, December 30, at her residence, Gouger-street, Mrs. Ebenezer Barlow of a son, TOWNSEND.—On the 30th December, at Pellatt Villa, Lower Mitcham, Mrs. Wm. Townsend of a daughter. DALY.—On the 31st December, at Government Cottage, Glenelg, the wife of John George Daly, Esq., of a son. YOUNG.—On the 30th December, at Parkside, Mrs. John L. Young, of a daughter. SLATER.—On the 2nd January, at Ditchling Cottage, Upper North-road, the wife of Lieut. Slater, Volunteer Staff, of a son. HARGRAVE.—On the 3rd January, at Kent-terrace, Norwood, the wife of Chas. Townsend Hargrave, Esq., of a son. JAMES.—On the 2nd January, at Wright-street, Mrs. H. James, of a daughter. Both doing well. STEPHENS.—On the 4th January, at Kooringa, Mrs. J. R. Stephens, of a daughter. MUNTON.—On the 6th January, at Levenshulme Villa, Parade, Norwood, the wife of Mr. Henry John Davidson Munton, of a son. ELLERSHAW.—On the 7th January, at Glenelg, Mrs. Ellershaw, of a daughter. GARDINER.—On the 7th of January, at Port Adelaide, the wife of Mr. W. S. Gardiner, of a daughter. RODDICK.—On the 7th January, at Springfield, Barossa, the wife of the Rev. Jas. Roddick, of a son. LOUTIT.—On the 14th January. Mrs. Thos. F. Loutit, of a daughter. CARLIN.—On Friday, January 6th, at Kent Town, Mrs. Carlin, of a son. CAMERON.—On the 16th January, at Charles-street north, Norwood, the wife of. Mr. J. G. Cameron, of a daughter. SMITH.—On the 17th January, at St. Albans, Mrs. A. H. Smith, of a son.
BURROWS.—On the 20th January, at Rundle-street, Mrs. John Burrowes, of a daughter. MILLNER.—On the 22nd January, at Angaston, the wife of Dr. Millner, J.P., of a son. MARRIED. FRY—GREENOUGH.—On the 24th December, by special licence, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Kapunda, by the Rev. Wm. Bennett, George Charles Fry, builder, Kapunda, to Ann, third daughter of Mr. Joseph Greenough, late storekeeper, Kapunda. ANDERSON—RITCHIE.—On the 5th January, at Christ- church, North Adelaide, by the Rev. the Dean of Adelaide, George Anderson, C.E, of Adelaide, South Australia, to Charlotte Ellen, only daughter of George Ritchie, Esq., of Hounslow, Middlesex, England. HOATH—WARHURST.—On the 5th January, at Nor- wood, by special licence, by the Rev. Henry Cheetham, William John Hoath, of Muluba, near Kooringa, to Miss Elizabeth Warhurst, of North-terrace, Adelaide. HULBERT—BADMAN.—On the 2nd January, at Trinity Church, by special licence, by the Very Rev. Dean Farrell, Mr. George Edwin Albert Hulbert, only surviving son of the late Mr. George Hulbert, to Miss Mary Emma Badman, only daughter of Mr. S. P. Badman, Percy Hall, Goodwood Park. KOHNCKE—MILLS.—At Trinity Church, North-terrace, by special licence, by the Rev. J. Reid, F. J. Kohncke to Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of George Mills, Esq., both of Adelaide. ANDREWS—PEREIRA.—On the 7th January, at the residence of the bride's mother, Bowden, by the Rev. James Ashton, George Churly Andrews, to Louise, eldest daughter of the late Benjamin Mendus Pereira, of Marseilles. ELLISON—HACKET.—On the 14th January, at Wood- bine Cottage, Port Augusta, the residence of C. Hacket, Esq., J.P., by special licence, by the Rev. Nowell Twopeny, M.A., Samuel Kitching Ellison, Esq., of Port Augusta, and M.R.C.S. London, to Amelia Frances, sixth daughter of the late George Mayor Hacket, Esq., of London. No cards. JACKSON—MATTHEWS.—On the 18th January, at St. Mary's, Sturt, by the Rev. W. D. Williams, Mr. John Jackson, of O'Halloran Hill, to Miss Caroline Matthews, of Chandler's Hill. ROGERS—BRAY.—On the 21st January, by licence, at Gum Creek, by the Rev. J. Warner, John, eldest son of Mr. Richard Rogers, of Gum Creek, to Peggy Head, Bowden, third daughter of Mr. Alexander Bray, of Bomburnie, near Clare. DIED. DOBLES.—On the 28th December, at Flinders-street, Mr. George Collins Dobles, compositor, aged 52. HERITAGE.—On the 29th December, at Gumeracha, of consumption, Sarah Crosland, the beloved wife of Caleb Heritage, aged 26 years. GOLDRING.—On the 4th January, at her late residence, Chesser-street, after a lingering illness of consumption, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. Frederick Goldring, aged 54 years. CORSTORPHAN.—On the 7th January, at Salisbury, by falling down a well 40 feet deep, Donald McSkews, son of C. H. Corstorphan, late of St. Andrews, Scotland, aged 19 months. MANFORD.—On the 11th inst., at the Hospital, of inflam- mation of the lungs, Mrs. Mary Ann Manford, the beloved daughter of Henry and Johanna Briggs, and relict of the late B. J. Manford, Esq., in her 30th year, deeply lamented. BENHAM.—On the 12th January, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Charles Benham, Kermode-street, North Adelaide, aged 55 years. SMITH.—On the 3rd January, at Dorrington, Mount Remarkable, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Geo. B. Smith, Stipendiary Magistrate, aged 36 years. HAMBIDGE.—On the 15th January, at Kensington, Ann, the beloved wife of John Hambidge, of disease of the heart, aged 66 years. KENT.—On the 25th of November, 1864, at Dover-street, London, Benjamin Archer Kent, M.D., late of this city. SANDOVER.—On the 11th of November, 1864, Mr. W. Sandover, of Pimlico, London, aged 70 years, father of Mr. Sandover, of Adelaide. JONES.— At Adelaide, of effusion of the brain, Mary Ann Jones, aged 20, niece of Mr. E. Felgate, District Hotel, Nairne. SEALY.—On the 31st October, Edmund Grey Sealy, Esq., aged 41 years, younger son of John Sealy, Esq., of Bridg- water. LOWER.—On the 17th of January, of croup, Henry, the beloved and only son of Alfred J. and Elisabeth Lower, Clark-street, Norwood, aged 3 years and 11 months. IDE.—On the 18th January, at the Sturt, after a long and lingering illness, Henry Ide, formerly corporal of the Royal Sappers, aged 60 years. SMITH.—On the 16th November, at 6, Mossgrove- terrace, Manchester, of disease of the heart, Mr. John Smith, aged 48, late editor of the Salford Weekly News, eldest and beloved brother of Mrs. John Forsyth, Noarlunga. SAGAR.—On the 19th January, at Thebarton, Amy, youngest daughter of Mr. John T. Sagar, aged one year. CASTLE.—On the 19th January, at Glenelg, George Steele Denham, the youngest son of Mr. Robert C. Castle, aged seven months. DIXON.—On the 20th January, at his residence, Queens- town, Mr. R. B. Dixon, much respected by a large circle of friends. WOOD.—On the 17th January, at Angaston, after a lingering illness, Mr. John Frederick Francis Wood, F.H.S., of Woodlands, North Rhine, and late of the Coppice, near Nottingham, England, aged 59 years, deservedly regretted by all who knew him. Nottingham papers please to copy. LEWIS.—On the 23rd January, at Hope Valley, after a protracted and painful illness, Mary Ann, the wife of W. O. Lewis, compositor, aged 29 years. TRELOAR.—On the 19th instant, at Trelisle Farm, near Strathalbyn, after a few hours' illness, resulting from an accident, Henry Treloar, formerly of Wendron, near Helston, Cornwall, aged 68. GALE.—On the 10th January, at Wattle Vale, John Gale, farmer, aged 80 years. ROBINSON.—On the 22nd January, at Hill River, of intermittent fever, Edgar Bold, second and beloved son of Thomas and Esther Robinson, aged six years and eight months.