BIRTHS. WYLY.—On the sth Seiitember, at Goodwood, the wife of A. Vt'yly, of the Walnuts. Mount Lofty, of a son. FARR.—On the 2nd September, atWakcTidd-street, the wife of C. C. Farr, of a daughter. TAYLOR. —On tbe Ith September, at Hock Tavern, the wife of Harry B. Taylor, of a daughter, stillborn. MARRIAGES. LANG — USHER.—On the Ist Seiitenib^-r, by licence, by the Bey. B. Laug, at the residence of the bride's parents, Wiiliaiu George, eldest sou of George Lang. Carrliiglon - street, Adelaide, to Georgians, second daughter of Samuel L'shtr, of Parkside. STOW — KLAUER. —At Adelaide, by special licence, John Wycliffe, eldest son of J. P. Stow, Narracoorte, to Bertha Eleonore Caroline, eldest daughter of F. W. A. Klauer, Hindley-street, Ade- laide. WATERHOUSE-FOTHERINGHAM.-On the 2nd September, at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Canon Coombs, Walter, third son of Thomas Greaves Waterhouse, Sunnyfield, Hampstead, Eng- land, to Agnes Beveridge, second daughter of Thomas Fotheringham, Pine Lodge, Gawler. ROSS—STEWART.—On the 2nd September, iv the tVesleyan Church, Ardrossan, by the Bey. J. 11. Goss, Robert Boss, grazier, of Coleambally, New South Wales, youngest son of the late Alexander Boss, Esq., of Kinross, Germanton, New South Wales, to Ellen, second daughter of the late James Stewart, Ego,., of Truro, South Australia. NORTON—LANG.—On the 12th August, at the Wesleyan Church, Riverton, by the Rev. B. G. Ed wards, Frederick, third son of B. D. Norton, Esq., J.P., to Sarah Ann, second daughter of W. M. Lang, of Coombford Farm, near Riverton. DEATHS. FRASER.—On the stli Septeui*>er, at Cluuvh-stieet, Woodville, Florence Eliza, beloved wife of Evven Fraser, and daughter of J. M. Bailey, Esq. CARTER.—On the 3rd Septeuilier, at Victoria-park, Stanley Victor Emanuel, youngest child of G. L. and M. J. Carter, aged 11 months and 2 weeks. Another little lamb for Jesus' fold. CORIN.—On tiie Otli September, at his residence, Moiphett street, Ralph Coriu, aged 01 years. Mel bourne papers please copy. IN MEMORIAM. HAYLEY.—In loving ranembrance of my father, Richard Haviey, of Bowden Tannery, who died oil tbe 7th day of September, ISS2.