BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. The following announcements have appeared in our columns since Tuesday last, and are now republished for transmission to Europe by the outgoing mail steamer: — BIRTHS. DENHOLM. —On tne 2<ti November, at Baefem-n farm, Pekiaa. the wile of Alex. Benhohu, at a 800. Both doing veil. ROGERS. —On the Uth December, at Waison avenue. Base Park, the wire of Art&urli. Bogers,<iia son. Both doing welL KINGSBURY. —On the Mth December, at 94, Sontfc-terrace, tie wSe of £. A. Kingabury, at Broken wm_ of a daughter. COSGROVE. —On Ox 21st December, at 119, West terrace, the wife of H. P. Cosgrove, of a daughter. CUNNINGHAM. —On the BOth December, at Clif ton-street store. Prospect, the wife of O. G. Cunning ham, of a eon. Both doing welL GAETJENS. —On the 4th Xovember, at Dafinver, Stepney-street, Bu Peters, the wile of Hermann Gaetjens, of a daughter. SCHMELZKOPF. —On the 27th November, at Fourth-avenue, East Adelaide, the wife of Carl Schmelzkopf, jun. —a son. PADDON. —On the 22nd December, at Htadmarsh, the wife of H. Faddon, of Morgan, of a daughter. PARKIN. —On the 12th December, at Btoufbent Cottage, Wright?ureet, the wile of G. F. Parkin, of a dsnghttr (premature). MARRIAGES BUTTERWORTH—BRYANT. —On the 17th Decem- ber, at Christ Church, Kapunda, by the Rev. A. K. Chignell, Frederick Butterworth, youngest son of the late Ely Butterworth, of Yankalilla, to Grace Bryant, eldest daughter of Wm. Bryant, of Allandale. STRICKLAND—ALDER. —On the 15th December, at the Pirie-street Wstleyau Church, by the Bey. B. & Cssery, Henry, fifth son of WSBam Strickland. St. Eilda, Victoria, to Bertha, youngest daughter of Tbomas Alder, of Baker's Gaily, Cboenden. COLLINS—GRAY. —On the 25th Kovanber, at GawJer-street. KadSna, by the Ber. B. Kelly. James. Sixth am of the htta William Couin*, of County Dooc (ral, Ireland, to CsroHne, fonrQi daughter of tike late Francis Gray, Karthm WOOLLS—PAQUALIN. —On the 24th November, at St. Bede's Church, Semaphore, by the Rev. Geo. Griffiths, Percy Harvey, second son of the late John Aubrey Woolls of the Isle of Wifht, England, to Annie Frances Mary (Taddie), only daughter of the late W. A. Paqualin of Semaphore. RITCHIE—TAYLOR. —On the 19th September, at St . lakeV Cbweh, Adelaide, by the Ber. N. G. Marsh, Henry Oaird, SBCODd eon of Henry Ritchie, of fijrkcaldy, Fifeahire, Scotland, to EUen Amelia, aecond daughter of the late Alfred Taylor, Mount TANNENBRING—RULE. —On the 14th December, Henry Charles, second son of the late George Tannen bring, of Hope Valley, to E. E. Maude, youngest daughter of C. S. Rule, Goodwood. DAVIDSON—HEWITT. —On the Uth Decsmberri at the Blackwsod Western Cbnrch, by Pastor Abbott, Thomas WTBSams Daridson, of Parkside, to Hannah Frances, third dsuChUr of D. J. Hewett,of Bbckwoed. HACK—JONES. —On the 10th December, at St Luke's Church, by the Rev.i E. W.Marsh, John Barton, eldest son of Alfred Hack, North Unley, to Grace Britten, eldest daughter of J.B. Jones, Woodville. TAYLOR—FINLAYSON. —On the 26th December, at the KBdesce of Ok bride's father, Xbrnbod, by the?sT.J.B.HeDoana.Wilnaffi. third son of the Jats Herbert Edgar faylor, of Adelaide, to Btesehe n.,i.i;.w i m ?t^.?.??^ CharJcs Eelwszd Kntsx son, Morwood. . Ko cake, no cards. DEATHS. MANDER. —On the 22nd December. at the Ade laide Hospital, Mary Mander beloved wife of Reuben Mander, contractor, Gouger Street, aged 60? years, after years of suffering from asthma. KINGSBURY. —On the lith December, at ?, Soua^tenaoe, tin iriart danchter of K. A. sud K. STENHOUSE. —On tot and December, at LoUoan House, Semaphore, KceabeJ. widow of die late Vata* tine Stenhbnse. PHILLIPS. —On the' IBth December, at Ms rest- Oance, Brinff^tmet, KatSna, John, Vx twlored ta?*snd of ikrriett A. nucleating?w?e,tta? aosa sad three daochtesstDinooCK their sad loss. X colonist of 30 years. HALL. —On the 21st December, at Kadina, from failure of the heart action, Thomas Herne Hall, aged 78 years. HOGAN. —On the 13th December, at Jamestown, Susan, the belowd wife of Cornelius Hogan, aged 49 years. R.I.P. McLACHLAN. —On the 11th December, at Bum- burnie, the dearly beloved wife of Colin McLaren, leaving a husband and daughter to mourn their loss. HARE. —On the 17th December, at Morphett Vale, Jane Louisa (Jennie) the sixth dearly beloved daughter of William and Mary Hare, aged 19 years, ieanng father, motter, and nine sisten to monrn ttaeirisad loss, Harheisoolrestinpeato. SLADE. —On the HKs Dscembe^at Vomt Barker, James .Henry, tfce yonncest dearly bdemd son o( W. t andST filsHe/aiffi'St dayFfleyere teSermf, of coneisl?onottiebramtiiTOaghVf?ll.?fied C years andllmonihs. A'iored onesohe forest. ' WARE. —On the JSnd Decanber. at the Chun 3homas linoolu, ?econd son <aT ttetate CBiarte Janes Ware, of O? Sxchaogc HoW, Adelaide, aged ffi MUDGE. —On foe I7Bi December, at Jns son's resi dence, afadaren Tale, of cancer to the face, John, dearly beloved husband of Efiiaheth KmUe,a?edBD y?an. Arrived in the atop Beeovor to MS?; a coJooJrtaf 67years. Torqnay papers tJaMeoomr- ' GALE. —On the 11th Deoember, at Wild Horse Plains, after m long and painful illness, borne with neat nateence, Ebenezer Birkin, the dearly loved husband of Janie; second danghter of Peter McDonald, and third son of the late Elish Gale, aged 33 years; leaving a sorrowing widow and fooryoone children to monrn their sad loss. Much loved and respected by all who knew him. CHADWICK. —On the SSrd Deoember, at Unley road, CWord Ernest, infant son of Mr. and link B. Chadwick, aged 7 months. . COOMBE. —On the 20th December, at Gulnare, Elizabeth Coombe, mother of T.H. Coombe, in her 77th year. A colonist of 51 years. FRIDY. —On the 21st December, in the Bnrra Hospital, Charles John Frldy, of Tweetnlpa, beloved husband olUaryAidy, Atted^treeti Addaida,ags< 39 years. CRETTENDEN. —On the 6th December, at Carey's of fiainneiare^e?den, aged W years, formerly at Onetne H3L At rest KAESHAGEN. —On the 23rd December, at Perth, W.A., of typhoid, Edie, beloved daughter of H. Kaeshagen, and sister of Mrs. J. A. Moore, of Murray Bridge, Ted Kaeshagen, of Perth railway, and Walter Kaeshagen, of Coolgardie, aged 23 years and 8 months. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing family and a large circle of friends. Our loss is her gain. Victorian papers please copy. Weep not, she is but sleeping. The just one cannot die. Oh, wake her not by weeping. She's gone to sleep on high. —Inserted by her sorrowing family. POWER. —On tne SKh December, at Philip-Street, Adelaide, Hary, wife of Patrick Power, agsd ?0 yearn. Best in peace. - HOULGRAVE. —On the trtb. December, at Ken slaKtom Park. Dorothea, second daughter of a sad a Houlgrave, aged 9 yean. HARMAN. —On the £Sth December, at BaUarrtjme stteet. West Ibebarton, Ihomu Barman, thabesoved ?on of Margaret Hannan. GORDON. —On the 2?tn December, of acute bron cbiiis, Alan Duff, ▼oungest ?on of David and Edith Gordon. Frederick-street. Maylanda. PARKIN. —On the SMfa Deoember, at Broadbsnt Cottage, WrigbtetMt tin Infant child ct a- 1. and M. Parkin, jun. HILL. —On -the I9th Deoember, at Solomontown. Port Pine, George Edward, the beloved husband of Ann Mary HBI, and youngest sod of the late John HOI, of KapO?da,alsoof H.U.abip Baflalo, aged M years.