BIRTHS. CANE.— On the 7th August, at Osmond terrace, Norwood, the wife of C. Cane, of a son. PAYNE.-0n the 1st August, at Golden Grove, the wife of R. G. S. Payne, licensed teacher, of a son, both doing well. Leeds Mercury please copy. REEVES.-On the 7th August, at Port Wake- field, the wife of S. Reeves, of a son. MARRIAGES. DINNING— LAMB.— On the 3rd August, in Hundred of Glenroy, County MacDonnell, by licence, by the Rev. John Sinclair, Mr. John Williams Dinning, to Miss Mary Ann Lamb. GILES-COCKBURN.-On. the 7th August, at Christchurch, by the Ven. the Archdeacon of Adelaide, Clement Giles, Esq., of Rookwood, to Isabel, daughter of the late Thomas Cockburn, Esq. DEATHS. COLLINS.-On the 28th July, at Mount Bryan Flat, of apoplexy, Edward, the eldest and beloved son of Mr. Richard Collins, farmer, of the same place, aged 14 years. McASKILL.— On the 21st July, at Mount Dunney, Hannah, the beloved wife of Roderick McAskill, and daughter of Roderick Campbell, late of Harris, Invernesshire, Scotland, deeply regretted by a large circle of relatives and acquaintances. [The senders of notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths are required to attach their signa- tares to such announcements as a guarantee of genuineness.] .