MARRIAGES. DOWIE- CRAWFORD.—On the 12th April, by the Rev. W. R. Fletcher, M A, John Alexander, eldest son of Alexander Dowie, Dequetteville terrace, Kent Town, to Jessie Blair, youngest daughter of the late H. A. Crawford, Robe-terrace, Medindie. THOMAS-PELLS-On the 12th April, in the W'eiJejan Church, Normanville, b> the Bev. John Watts, William Thpmas, of Glenbnrn, to *Tf^t?r Pell?, late cf Green's Plains. COLVILLE—LANDSEER —On the 13th April, at Christ Church. Strathalbyn, by the Rev. W. Bussell, William John, son of the late John Colville Willunga, to Florence Ada, eldest daughter of A. H. Landseer. M.P., Milang. MATTHEWS-COLLINS-On the I9th April, by the Bev. J. Young Simpson, at the parsonage, Nor wood. Edwin, youngest son of Mr. Matthew Matthews, of Redbanks. to Fanny Maria, second daughter of Mr. William Collis, of Redbanks. DEATHS. THOMAS.-On tbe 14th April, at his residence. Unity, Bobert George Thoma-, architect, aged 63 !<pTbKEB-Ob the 13th April, at Ovingham. Blanche Kmily, infant daughter of Henry George and Evelyne Parker, aged seven months and two weeks. DOHEBTY —On the 13th April, at his son's resi dence, Burramine South. Victoria, John Doherty, aged 67 yean, father of Martin Dohtrty, Port Ade laide. PATTEESON.-On the loth April, at his resi dence. Lohtwitfaiel, near Kooringa. of congestion oi the lungt, James Mills Patterson, in theCBth year ofbfeaee. Scotch papers kindly copy. ALCOCK -On the 28th April. 1882, at CnleyPark. David Simpson, aiced twenty-three days; and on 16th April. 1883, Edward Percy, aged one year and tan days, t?ln sons cf S. B. and B. J. Alcock.