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    THREADGOLD, William James
    b. 27 May 1852 Auburn, SA
    d. 29 Jul 1888 SA
    m. BRAIN, Edith 08 Apr 1875 Auburn, SA
    d. 1876
    m. LONG, Frances 1878 Adelaide, SA

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MONTHLY SUMMARY OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. ANDREWS.—On the 19th March, at Mount Remarkable, the wife of A. F. Andrews, of a daughter. BAILEY.— On the 28th March, at King William-street, Kent Town, Mrs. H. J. Bailey, of a son. BARKER.—On the 15th March, at Prospect, the wife of John Barker, of a daughter. BARNARD.—On the 13th April, at West- terrace, Mrs. S. Barnard, of a daughter. BINKS.— On the 30th March, at King Wil- liam-street, Kent Town, Mrs. Alfred Binks, of a daughter. BIRT. — On the 15th April, at Stepney, the wife of Peter Howard Birt, of a son. BOUCAUT.— On the 27th March, at Glenelg, Mrs. J. P. Boucaut, of a son. BRADLEY.— On the 18th April, the wife of S. Bradley, Gawler Arms Gawler, of a son. BRAY.— On the 8th April, at Paramatta, Gawler River, Mrs. James Bray, of a son. BRUCE.— On tbe 12th April, at Kapunda, the wife of John Albert Bruce, of a son. CLARKE.— On the 7th April, at Marryatville, Mrs. Thomas Clarke, of a daughter. CONNOR.— On the 28th March, at Avenel, the wife of C. H. T. Connor, Esq., of a daughter. COOMBE —On the 18th April, at Gladstone, the wife of Thos. Coombe, of a daughter. CRASE.— On the 4th April, at Currie-street west, Mrs. George Crase, of a daughter. DISHON.—On the 16th of March, at Lady- vale, near Nairne, the wife of Mr. J. Laughton Dishon, of a son. Both doing well. FORBES.—On the 26th March, at Mallala, Mrs. John Forbes, of a son. FOWLER.— On the 11th April, at Two Wells, the wife of T. C. Fowler, of a son. FOX.— On the 7th March, at Horton College, Ross, Tasmania, the wife of W. W. Fox, Esq., B.A., of a son. FREARSON.— On the 22nd March, at her residence, West-terrace, the wife of Septimus Frearson, of a daughter. GALT.— On the 30th March, at Allandale, Mrs. Peter Galt, of a daughter. GENTLE.— On the 8th April, at Penwortham, the wife of William Gentle, Canowie Belt, of twin sons. GOSSE.—On the 29th March, at Blyth-terrace, Moonta, tbe wife of J. Gosse, M.R.C.S.E., of a daughter. GREY.— On the 27th March, at Balaklava, the wife of Charles S. Grey, of a son. Both doing well. HAINS.—On the 12th April, at the Dock Hotel, Port Adelaide, Mrs. Joseph Hains, of a son. HALCOMB.— On the 16th April, at Walker- ville, Mrs. F. Halcomb, of a son.   HALL. —On the 13th April, at North-terrace, Mrs. Wm. Hall, of a daughter. HILL.— On the 30th March, at the School   house, Goolwa, the wife of P. T. Hill, of a daughter. HOARE.— On the 17th April, at College Town, Mrs. Percival E. Hoare, of a son. KIRKPATRICK.—On the 29th March, at Riversleigh, Wilcannia, Mrs. Alfred Kirkpatrick, of a daughter. KNOX.— On the 14th April, at Hutt-street, the wife of J. Knox, of a daughter. LYONS.— On the 12th April, at her father's, Mr. George Hall, Edward-street, Norwood, the widow of Mr. C. J. Lyons, who was lost in the Gothenburg, of a daughter. MAGEE.—On the 28th March, at Exmouth road, Lefevre's Peninsula, the wife of T. K. Magee, H. M. Customs, of a daughter. McLAUGHLIN. — On the 11th April, at Innishowen Cottage, Dale-street, Port Adelaide, Mrs. McLaughlin, of a son.

McLEAN.— On the 28th February, at Wall Wall Lake, River Murray, Mrs. Alexander McLean, of a daughter. McLEOD.—On the 12th April, at Edithburgh, the wife of Kenneth McLeod, of twin sons; still born. Mrs. McLeod doing well. MOYLE.— On the 31st March, at Hindmarsh square, Mrs. Peter Moyle, of a son. MUNT.—On the 7th April, at Robe, the wife of A. Munt, of a son. NEATE.— On the 25th March, the wife of John Neate, of Caltowie, of a daughter, prema- ture.     SALTER —On the 17th April, at Mamre Brook, Mrs. Edward Salter, of a son.   SANDERS.— On tha 17th April, at Lexmount Cottage, Glenelg, the wife of J. C. Sanders, of Warcowie, of a son. SCOTT.— On the 2nd April, at East-terrace, Mrs. Paul T. Scott, of a daughter. SCOTT.— On the 17th April, at Marryatville, Mrs. J. S. Scott, of a daughter. SIGMONT.— On the 6th April, at Belvidere, Mrs. C. A. Sigmont, of a daughter. SIMPSON.—On the 15th April, at Kent Town, the wife of Alfred M. Simpson, of a son. STEPHENS.— On the 2nd April, at Spring- field, Marrabel, Mrs. Henry Stephens, Emu Flat, of a daughter. VICTORSEN.—On the 18th April, at Windsor   Lodge, Clare, the wife of Mr. Louis Victorsen, of a son. Both doing well. WADDY.—On the 11th April, at William street, Norwood, the wife of R. W. M. Waddy, of a son.   WALL.— On tbe 26th March, at the Globe Hotel, Moonta, the wife of W. B. Wall, of a daughter. WATTS.— On the 1st April, at Steelton, the wife of B. Watts, of a son. WEBB.— On the 26th March, at Mitcham, Mrs. Charles J. Webb, of a son. WHITE.—On the 25th March, at Rosetta place, Franklin-street, the wife of S. White, Esq., of a daughter. WIGLEY.— On the 13th April, at Glenelg, the wife of W. R. Wigley, of a son. MARRIAGES. ARCHER—WOODCOCK.—On the 20th April, at St. Peter's Collegiate Chapel, Adelaide, by Canon Coombs, Edmond Lewis Archer, Esq., of Moonta, younger son of Thomas Archer, Esq., Highgate, near London, to Fanny Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Archdeacon Woodcock. BAIN— PETTY. — On the 25th March, by licence, by Mr. George Day, Christian Minister, Alexander, son of Mr. Donald Bain, farmer, Grace Plains, to Helen Marlen Petty, fourth daughter of the late Joseph Petty. BAKER— CHASTON. —On the 30th March,   at the residence of the bride's father, Narra- coorte, by the Rev. W. F. Marshall, William Kendall Baker, of Adelaide, eldest son of Wil- liam Baker, of Angaston, to Harriet Ann, third daughter of Benjamin Chaston, of Narracoorte. BARBER—THOMAS.—On the 7th April, at Caltowie, by the Rev. W. H. Rofe, William Barber, to Annie Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. Sampson Thomas, both of Caltowie. BARRITT — McDONALD. — On the 31st March, at Moorara, River Darling, by W. L. Richardson, P.M., Charles Barritt, of Moorara, eldest son of Joseph Barritt, Esq., of Riverside, to Jane, second daughter of the late S. McDonald, of Pooncarie. BOWDEN—MANTON.—On the 3rd April, by the Rev. J. D. Langsford, John Bowden, to Ellen Manton, both of Broughton. BRAKENRIDGE—McEWEN.—On the 14th April, at his uncle's residence, Halifax-street, Adelaide, by special licence, by the Rev. James Henderson, Andrew, third son of the late Andrew Brakenridge, of Tarlee, to Catherine, second daughter of William McEwen, both of Port Pirie. BYRNES—FELGATE.—On the 5th April, at St. John's Church, Wentworth, by the Rev. W. Cocks, James Manning, eldest son of the   Hon. William Byrnes, Esq., M.L.C., of Parra- matta, to Mary Anne, only daughter of the late Ebenezer Felgate, of Wentworth. CARTER—OTTAWAY.— On the 30th March, at the residence of the bride's brother, Mr. W. E. Ottaway, Kingston, by licence, by the Rev. J. Sinclair, the Rev. W. T. Carter, eldest son of Mr. Wiliam Carter, Myrtle Point, S. Gippsland, Victoria, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Ottaway, Port Adelaide. CARTER—PLATTS.—On the 17th April, at   St. Michael's, Mitcham, by the Rev. H. Read, M.A., William Bacon Carter, Deputy Registrar- General of Titles, J.P., to Annie Northleigh Platts, niece of the late Charles Platts, Esq., of this city. CHAPPLE—ROWE.—On the 29th March, at       the residence of the bride's father, Kapunda, by the Rev. C. H. Goldsmith, John Charles Lus- combe, second son of J. F. Chapple, Adelaide, to Elizabeth, only daughter of J. Rowe, assayer, Kapunda.

CHENOWETH— SIBLY.— On the 31st March, at Willunga, by licence, by the Rev. J. Stoyel, Edwin George, eldest son of Mr. E. Chenoweth,   to Esther, eldest daughter of Mr. S. L. Sibly, both of Willunga. DAVEY— BRITTAIN.—On the 6th April, by licence, at the Baptist Church, Lyndoch, by Henry Morgan, the pastor, Thomas, youngest son of James Davey, Gawler, to Jane, eldest daughter of Robert Brittain, Lyndoch and the Broughton. DAVIS—SHORE.— On the 25th March, at   the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Jefferis, LL.B., Harpley, youngest son of John Davv, of Port Lincoln, to Annie, youngest daughter of Samuel Shore, of Adelaide. DIXON— GLYDE.— On the 9th April, at Clayton Chapel, by the Rev. T. Hope, Walter Dixon, M.B., of London, to Annie, eldest daughter of Lavington Glyde, of Kensington. EARL—HACK.—On the 13th April, at Mel-   rose, by the Rev. P. C. Thomas, Walter Henry Earl, to Mary Louisa Hack, both of Melrose. FORREST—STOTT.—On the 7th April, in the Wesleyan Church, Gumeracha, by licence, by the Rev. M. Wilson, Mr. John Forrest, butcher, of North Gumeracha, to Miss Stott, Gumeracha South. FRY— ALBERT.— On the 5th April, in the Wesleyan Church, Macclesfield, by licence, by the Rev. George Lee, John Thomas, son of Mr. Charles Fry, to Eliza, third daughter of Mr. Benjamin Albert, both of Macclesfield. GOGLER—DUTSCHKE. — On the 29th March, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. W. Julius Kühn, Missionary, Boorkoo- yanna, Edward Adolf, son of Mr. Fridrich Feodor Gogler, to Emma, eldest daughter of Fridrich Karl Dutschke, of Yorke Valley. HARRISON— FREAR.— On the 6th April, by licence, by the Rev. J. Pollitt, at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, Frederick Harrison, to Susannah Frear. HILL—LOUD.—On the 8th April, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. R. Reid, Richard Hill, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Edward Loud, Thornville Farm, Willunga. HOWITT—BARTLEET.—On the 8th April,   at St. George's Church, Woodforde, by the Rev. A. Honnor, Charles Howitt, to Elizabeth Ann Bartleet, both of Magill. JENNINGS—GEPP.—On the 17th March, at   St. John's, Morialta, by the Rev. A. Honner, Charles Thomas Jennings, youngest son of Mr.   Charles Jennings, of Fourth Creek, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Isaac Gepp, of Rock Tavern, Third Creek. JONES—LYLE.—On the 30th March, by licence, by the Rev. P. Maclaren, of Port Ade- laide, Joseph Benjamin Jones, to Elizabeth Ann Lyle, both of Adelaide. JOYCE—HALL.—On the 8th April, at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Laura, by licence, by the Rev. H. Holmes, Thomas, second son of Mr. Stephen Joyce, of Strathalbyn, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Daniel Hall, of Stone Hut. KAYE—MACLAREN.—On the 15th April, at the Presbyterian Church, Port Adelaide, by the Rev. James Gordon, Albert, third son of John Kaye, Esq., Woodford, Essex, to Eliza Banner-   man, eldest daughter of the Rev. Peter Maclaren, of Port Adelaide. No cards. LANGLOIS — HEWISH. — On the 29th March, at the Bible Christian Chapel, Young-street, Adelaide, by licence, by the Rev. Thomas Allen, Frederick John Miller, and eldest son of John Langlois, Port Adelaide, to Thursza, fourth daughter of the late Zebulon Batt, Adelaide. LAWRENCE — COVENTRY.—On the 8th April, at Stirling North, by licence, by the Rev. T. McNeil, Sarah, youngest daughter of John Henry Coventry, to Stephen, youngest son of John Lawrence, of Stirling North. LITHGOW— FIDGE.— On the 30th March, at Alma Primitive Methodist Chapel, by special   licence, by the Rev. H. Pope, John, eldest son  

of Mr. John Lithgow, Salisbury, to Harriet, second daughter of Mr. George Fidge, Barralia. LUCAS—ANDERSON.—On the 17th March, at Laura, by the Rev. H. Holmes, Thomas Turland, youngest son of Mr. Joseph Lucas, of Adelaide, to Barbara, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Anderson, of Adelaide. MANNING— NOBLE.— On the 16th April, at St. Paul's, Adelaide, by the Very Rev. Dean Russell, C. H. Manning, of Moonta, to Emma Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Noble, of Melbourne. MARSHMAN — SANDERS. — On the 8th April, in the Bible Christian Chapel, Grace Plains, by the Rev. J. Rock, Henry, eldest son   of Mr. Robert Marshman, of Grace Plains, to Mary Ellen, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel William Sanders, of Victoria. McCORD—LEWIS.—On the 21st March, at Kapunda, by the Rev. J. M. Donaldson, Gustavus McCord, to Margaret, ouly daughter of Mr. W. Lewis, late of Woodside. McLAREN — HORROCKS. — On the 9th February, at Paddock Wood Church, Kent, England, by the Rev. Edwin Pope, James G. McLaren, of Calcutta, to Clara Ann, only daughter of the late Arthur Horrocks, Esq., of Adelaide. MITCHELL—HOSKIN.—On the 8th April,   at Dairy Flat, by the Rev. James Read, George Mitchell, only son of the late Mr. A. Mitchell, to Sarah Ann Hoskin, third daughter of the late Mr. J. F. Hoskin, of Dairy Flat. MONKS—SNOOKE.— On the 29th March, by the Rev. Mr. Henderson, of Mount Barker, at the residence of the bride's mother, Aguila, eldest son of Mr. John Monks, and licensed teacher at Woodchester, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late W. H. Drew Snooke, Esq. MOORE— WRIGHT.— On the 25th March, in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Salisbury, by licence, by the Rev. J. G. Wright, Thomas Athelstone Moore, son of Mr. Robert B. Moore, of Adelaide, to Mary Jane Wright, daughter of Rev. J. G. Wright, of Salisbury. NEVILE—LIGHT.—On the 6th April, 1875,   at St. Peter's Collegiate Chapel, by the Rev. J. Pollitt, Cavendish L. Nevile, solicitor, of Adelaide, to Agnes Marion, eldest daughter of Geo. T. Light, Government Architect. OLIVER—THOMSON.—On the 1st April, at   the residence of the bride's father, by special licence, by the Rev. J. Hall Angus, Captain Charles Oliver, of the Murray steamer Queen, eldest son of Mr. George Oliver, Commercial road, Parham, Melbourne, to Janet Smith, second daughter of Mr. Robert Thomson, Caurnamont Station, Murray River. PAINTER—CRAWFORD.—On the 7th April, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. M. M. Dick, Daniel Painter, farmer, Alma, to Grace Crawford, eldest daughter of Mr. Neil Crawford, farmer, Barraba. PENGILLY—FIDGE.—On the 31st March,   at the Baptist Chapel, Morphett Vale, by licence, by Pastor W. O. Ashton, Thomas Pengilly, jun., to Hilda Fidge, eldest daughter of Lewis Fidge, Esq., both of Aldinga. REMNANT — THOMPSON. — On the 11th April, in the Wesleyan Church, Mount Barker, by special licence, by the Rev. W. S. Worth, Mr. Charles Remnant, of Port Pirie, to Miss Elizabeth Thompson, of Mount Barker. ROLLINGS— JASPER.—On the 6th April, at Pine Creek, near Auburn, by the Rev. T. Piper, Thomas, third son of Mr. William Rollings, of Springfield, to Grace Venning, third daughter of the late Mr. Richard Jasper, of Pine Creek. SILVER—HOSKING.—On the 27th March, at Clare, by the Rev. H. Mack, James, son of W. Silver, Norwood, to Jane T., daughter of S. Hosking, late of St. Ives, Cornwall, England. SIMPSON — MONTEITH. — On the 15th April, at Christchurch, North Adelaide, by the Ven. the Archdeacon, James Liddon, second son of Henry Simpson, Esq., of Ridge Park, Glen Osmond, to Margaret Elphinstone, eldest daughter of Thos. F. Monteith, Esq., North Adelaide. THOMPSON—MORGAN.— On the 3rd April, at Wallaroo, by the Rev. John Lloyd, Mr. Thomas Thomson, farmer, Kalkabury, to Miss Mary Ann Morgan, of Penang, daughter of the (late?) Mr. John Morgan, of Curnafou, Glamor- ganshire, South Wales. THOMSON— TAYLOR.— On the 13th April, at Gawler, by the Rev. James Gordon, Mr. Robert Thomson, son of Mr. Thomson, Mount Gambier, to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr. George Taylor, Onetree Hill. THREADGOLD— BRAIN.—On the 8th April, at the Bible Christian Church, Auburn, by the Rev. T. Piper, W. J. Threadgold, of Adelaide, eldest son of Mr. W. Threadgold, of Auburn, to Edith, youngest daughter of the late Mr. M. Brain, also of Auburn. WADE— GAURD — On the 2nd April, W. J. Wade, of Cuthero, River Darling, N.S.W., second son of William Wade, of Gawler, South

Australia, to E. F. V. Gaurd, youngest daughter of William Gaurd, of Onkaparinga, South Australia. WARD— HALL.— On the 8th April, at Sturt-street, by the Rev. C. Hall, grandfather of the bride, John, eldest son of Mr. J. Ward, of Saddleworth, to Victoria Nugget, only daughter of the late Dr. Joseph Hall, of Adelaide. WAIT—UPPILL.—On the 2nd April, at Rose Farm, Woolsheds,by the Rev. Thomas Edmeades, George, son of Francis Wait, to Maria, daughter of the late George Uppill, both of Woolsheds. WALLACE—COPE.—On the 4th April, at the Bible Christian Mission-House, Mount Torrens,   by licence, by the Rev. W. W. Finch, Alexander Lawson Wallace, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Samuel Cope, of Mount Barker. WEBSTER — MATTHEWS.—On the 24th March, in the Bible Christian Chapel, Wool- sheds, by the Rev. J. Rock, Samuel, eldest son of Mr. John Webster, of Grace Plains, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. John Matthews, of the same place. WHITELAW—BUSCH.—On the 29th March, at Boorkooyanna, by the Rev. W. Julius Kühn, missionary, Robert Whitelaw, of Maitland, to Sophia Maria Fredericks, eldest daughter of Mr. Daniel Heinrich Christian Busch, of Kilkerran, Yorke's Peninsula. WOOD—SAINT.—On the 26th March, at Trinity Church, Riverton by special licence, by Rev. James Houghton, Alfred, second son of Richard Wood, Esq., of Dalkey, to Alice Eliza- beth, eldest daughter of the late William Saint, Esq., of Balaklava. DEATHS. ANDERSON.—On the 11th April, at Currie- street west, Albert Maxwell, the youngest and beloved son of James and Margaret Anderson, aged eight years and ten months. ASTON.—On the 12th January, at 15, Duke- street, St. James, London, George Frederick Aston, Esq., formerly of Woodbury, South Australia, aged 82. BARBER.—On the 15th February, at Mount   D'or, New Caledonia, of low fever, Louis Barber, aged 47.   BARRETT.—On the 14th April, at the resi-   dence of Mr. O'Dea, sen., Waterloo Plains, of scarlatina, Georgina, the eldest and beloved daughter of James and Maria Barrett, of Tothill's Creek, aged five years. R.I.P. BATTERSBY.—On the 24th March, at Hazel Grove, Mount Gould, William Henry Battersby, aged 53 years. BAYLY.—On the 9th April, at Alberton, Jane Harriet Elizabeth, aged six months; and on the 12th April, Ethel Jessie, aged three years and ten months, youngest daughters of W. L. and M. E. Bayly. BLACKMORE.—On the 7th April, at the   Adelaide Club, James Newnham Blackmore, J.P., Under-Treasurer, aged 39. BLONDEL.—On the 17th April, at Hackney, Ada Glass Blondel, beloved and only daughter of F. B. Blondel, late of Victoria, squatter, aged 18 years. BLOOD.—On the 20th March, at North   Gumeracha, Margaret Maria Blood, aged 18 years, daughter of the late M. Michael Blood. BRAND.—At Hindmarsh, Maria L., the   beloved wife of Ebenezer Brand, aged 50 years. BREADEN.—On the 4th April, at Govern-   ment Dam, near Port Pirie, Mr. David Breaden, late of Coonatto, aged 55 years. CHRISTOPHER.—On the 3rd February, at   Heckington, Lincolnshire, Zadock, sixth son of the late John Christopher, Esq., Winkhill Manor, Lincolnshire, aged 37 years, brother of the late John Christopher, of Adelaide. COHEN.—On the 27th March, Aaron Edwin     Cohen, son of the late Philip and Jane Cohen, of Lant-street, Borough, London, aged 58 years. A colonist of 26 years. CORNOCK.—On the 20th April, at Unley, Thomas Cornock, aged 65 years.   CRITCHELL.—On the 24th March, of bron-    

chitis, at Murthoo, River Murray, Susan, relict of the late Mr. James Critchell, aged 78. An old colonist of 38 years' standing. CROOK.— On the 13th March, at North Gumeracba, George Crook, aged 32 years. His end was peace. CROUCH.—On the 26th March, at Ten-Mile Creek near Albury, New South Wales, Stebon- heath Crouch, third son of Hezakiah Crouch, Tungkillo, aged 26 years. DENTON.— On the 1st April, at his residence, Sturt-street, Adelaide, of consumption, after a long and painful illness, William Thomas Denton, aged 39 years. DOSWELL.—On the 29th March, at Whit- more-terrace, Archer -street, Mr. Charles   Mathews Doswell, formerly of H.M.C.S., in his 66th year. DUNSTAN.— On the 16th April, at Ken- sington-terrace, Eliza, the infant child of Walter Dunstan, aged one month. EASTHER.— On the 7th April, at Pulteney- street, Adelaide, after a long and painful illness, Henry Easther, aged 54. EDMEADES.— On the 3rd April, at the Wes- leyan Parsonage, Auburn, of scarlatina, Annie Lavinia, the youngest and dearly beloved child of the Rev. Thomas Edmeades, aged seven years and six months. EDWARDS.— On the 8th April, at Prospect Village, Esther, the beloved wife of the late George Edwards. FLOYD.— On the 24th February, during the passage of the Gothenburg from Port Darwin, William, the second son of the late Thomas Floyd, of Adelaide—a member of the Overland Telegraph Construction Party. FORSTER.— Drowned at sea on the 28th December, 1874, on his passage to England in the Hesperus, Anthony Yarwood, only son of Anthony Forster, late of Adelaide, South Aus- tralia, aged 25 years. FRY.— On the 7th April, at Gover-street, North Adelaide, of scarlatina, William Rowland, fourth son of Richard Elver and Elizabeth Fry, aged four years and four months. GEORGE.— On the 30th March, at Hoyleton, Rosa Annie, daughter of Frank Rees and Ediva George, aged three years. GODDEN.—On the 11th April, at his resi- dence, Kooringa, Edward Godden, aged 68 years. GOLLOP.— On the 6th April, at Houghton, of diphtheria, Flora Ann, third and beloved daughter of George Edward and Elizabeth Gollop, aged eight years and six months. GREENSLADE.— On the 8th April, at Yan- kalilla, of pleurisy, Elizabeth Greenslade, eldest daughter of W. H. Greenslade, aged 17 years. HALLACK.— On the 11th April, at his mother's residence, Marryatville, Wm. Hallack, aged 27 years. HALLEWELL.— On the 24th March, at Nar- racorte, Benjamin Hallewell, son of Noble Hallewell, aged 15 months and 11 days. HARMAN.— On the 13th April, at Brougham- place, Wakefield - street, Henry Brougham Harman, draper, of Hindley-street, third son of the late J. Harman, Esq., solicitor (of the Temple), Kennington, Surrey, aged 42 years. HARMER.— On the 7th April, at Clare, Johanna, the beloved wife of Robert George Harmer, aged 28 years. HAYMAN.— At her residence, Market-place, Lucy, the beloved wife of Robert Hayman, aged 42 years. HERBERT.— On the 25th March, Kate Atkinson, the youngest daughter of Lloyd and Mary Ann Herbert, aged one year and eleven months. HOPKINS.—On the 27th March, at Glan- ville, Effie Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George Feltham Hopkins, aged six years and four months. HOWLETT.— On the 12th April, after a few days' illness, Ann Stodden Howlett, the beloved wife of James Howlett, Bank Farm, near Marrabel, aged 42 years, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. She sleeps in Jesus. HUMBERSTONE.—On the 2nd April, at South-terrace, Adelaide, Mary, relict of the late William Humberstone, Esq., R.N., in her 80th year.     HUMPHRYS.—On the 24th March, at Bloom- field Farm, Stony Gap, Isabella, the beloved wife of Jesse Humphrys, leaving eight children and husband and friends to mourn their loss, aged 41. HUNT.— On the 18th March, Susan Jane, the beloved child of Robert and Susannah Hunt, of Dalkey, aged three years and four months. "For of such is the kingdom of heaven."   JOHNSON.— On the 26th March, at Glen- burn, after long suffering, Mary Johnson, maiden name Mary Mallaine, County Cork, Ireland, wife of John Johnson, pensioner. Cork papers please copy. JOHNSTON.—On the 15th April, at his resi- dence, Drumore, Freeling, Robert Johnston, aged 50 years.   KITHER.— On the 1st April, Harriet, the beloved wife of John Kither, Norwood. Departed this life to be with Christ, which is   far better.   KNOX.— On the 25th March, at Sturt-street west, David Godfrey, only son and surviving child of John S. and Margaret B. Knox, aged five years and five months. LAWRENCE.— On the 30th March, at Mallala, of scarlet fever and convulsions, Alfred William, youngest and beloved son of Henry and Susannah Lawrence. LONG.— On the 14th April, at Coker Farm, rear Auburn, Mr. William G. Long, of asthma, aged 54 years. Respected by all who knew him. MARTIN.— At Milang, Edith Anna, youngest and beloved daughter of James and Mary Anna Martin, aged 18 months. McGORAM.— On the 15th April, of consump- tion, at the residence of her father, Lefevre's   Peninsula, Julia, second daughter of John McGoram, aged 19. McMAHON.—On the 4th April, at his resi- dence, Osmond-terrace, Norwood, after a long illness, Michael McMahon, aged 69. R.I.P. MICHELL.— On the 20th April, at Childers- street, North Adelaide, of scarlatina, James Henry, youngest and beloved son of Thomas and Emma Michell, aged three years and 11 months. MORTIMER.— On the 9th April, at his resi- dence, Modbury, Mr. William Mortimer, aged 63 years. MOYLE.— On the 12th April, of albuminuria, Ellen, the beloved wife of Peter Moyle, Hind- marsh-square, aged 25 years. O'NEILL.— On the 24th March, at the Areas Hotel, Georgetown, Patrick O'Neill, late of County Clare, Ireland, of inflammation of the lungs, aged 37. R.I.P. PEARCE.— On the 28th March, at Casterton, Victoria, John, son of John and Tabitha Pearce, of Middleton, South Australia, aged 25 years. PEATE.— On the 8th April, at Parkside, Sidney Herbert, the eighth and beloved son of John Rowland and Jane Sarah Peate, aged seven years. PENNEY.— On the 7th April, at Plympton, Annie Augusta, the darling child of J. Kemp Penney, aged six years and nine months. PRIOR.— On the 15th April, at Allen's Creek, after a long and painful affliction, Eliza, the beloved wife of Mr. James Prior, farmer, aged 46 years. PUDNEY.— On the 31st March, at her resi- dence, Queenstown, in her 62nd year, the beloved wife of Stephen Pudney; a colonist of 20 years. Halstead papers please copy. RANDALL.— On the 18th April, at his resi- dence, Semaphore, of heart disease, Mr. Charles Randall, late of Oxford, aged 62 years. READ. — On the 6th April, at Gulnare, James William Read, youngest son of Charles and Susan Read, of measles, aged two years and five months. ROWELL. — On the 29th March, at Port Ade- laide Railway Station, John, eldest son of Wm. Charles and Marion Rowell, aged 11 years and 9 months. RUSSELL.— On the 2nd April, Margaret Laverty, third daughter of Wm. Laverty, farmer, near Clare, and the beloved wife of James Russell, deeply regretted by all. SAINT.— On the 23rd March, at the Old Bushman Hotel, Gawler, Alice May, beloved daughter of C. T. and F. F. Saint, aged four years and ten months. SCHUMANN.— On the 7th April, at Adelaide, Ferdinand F. Schumann, the beloved father of Mrs. R. Gibbins, Hilton, in the 67th year of his age. A colonist of 26 years. SHAND.— On the 9th April, at Magpie Creek, Margaret Morrison Shand, in her 17th year, daughter of George Shand, late of Port Adelaide. SHEARER.— On the 28th March, at his residence, near Truro, Thomas Shearer, late of Orkney, Scotland, aged 75 years, after a short illness. A colonist of 24 years.

SINCLAIR.— On the 12th April, at Green   Patch, Port Lincoln, Isabel, the beloved daughter of James and Annie Sinclair, aged four months.   SMALLACOMBE.— On the 26th March, at Gulnare, Laura Susannah, only and beloved daughter of Thomas and Alice Smallacombe, aged three years and four months.   SMITH.— On the 7th April, at the Ship Inn,   Port Adelaide, Jessie Forsyth, third daughter of John Smith, aged seven years.   SMITH.— On the 19th April, at the Ship Inn,   Port Adelaide, Eleanor Forsyth, fourth daughter   of John Smith, aged four years and six months. SMITH.— On the 14th April, of gastric fever and erysipelas, at her residence, Prospect Hill Farm, near Templers, Sarah, the beloved wife of John Smith, aged 37 years. SPRINGETT.— On the 8th April, at her resi- dence, North Adelaide, after a long and painful illness, the beloved wife of Charles Springett, aged 48 years. Her end was peace. STAFFORD.— On the 25th March, at his residence, Brooklyn, Harrogate, after a long and painful illness, Obadiah Stafford, aged 54 years. An old colonist of 34 years. STEPHENS.— On the 13th April, at Robe, after measles, Edward, eldest and dearly-beloved son of Henry and Mary Stephens, aged 11½ years. R.I.P. STEPHENSON.—On the 11th April, at Langhorne's Bridge, of bronchitis, Alice, the beloved daughter of W. D. and E. M. Stephen- son, aged five years. TILLEY.— On the 6th April, at Bourac, New South Wales, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Thomas and Harriet Tilley, aged three years. TREVORAH.— On the 2nd of April, at Fenn- place, John Toay, youngest son of H. P. and Anne Trevorah, aged six years and six months. TURNBULL.— On the 6th April, of scarla- tina, Bertie S. J., the beloved son and only child of Samuel and Clara Turnbull, of North Ade- laide, aged 14 months. TURNER.— On the 27th March, at his residence near Mount Torrens, of acute bronchitis, after a short illness, Joseph Turner, aged 65 years, a colonist of 21 years; deeply regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends. TURNER.— On the 7th April, at Enfield, Thomas Turner, late of Littlebourne, Kent, aged 63. Kent papers please copy. TURTON.—On the 12th April, at Gilles- arcade, Adelaide, Caroline Turton, aged 50 years. TWOPENY.—On the 28th January, at In- gouville, Annette, relict of T. Nowell Twopeny, Esq., formerly of Knoyle House, Wilts, and mother of the late Venerable Nowell Twopeny, Archdeacon of Flinders, aged 84 years. UPTON.— On the 16th April, at Flinders- street, Kent Town, Wilhelmina, daughter of J. A. and H. M. Upton, aged 25 years. Requiescat in pace. VICTORY.— On the 25th March, at North Gumeracha, of British cholera, after a very short illness, Mr. Luke Victory, aged 43 years, leaving a wife and seven children to mourn their loss. WHITTAM.— At her late residence, Bromp- ton, Eliza, the beloved wife of John Whittam,   aged 68 years. A colonist of 36 years. WILLIAMS. — On the 29th March, at Glanville, David, the beloved child of David and Winnifred Williams, aged four years. WILLIAMS. — On the 13th April, at the Parade, Norwood, Emma, the beloved wife of Mr. Drew Williams, aged 49 years. WRAIGHT. — On the 28th March, at his resi- dence, near Mount Barker, after many months of severe suffering, Mr. Moses Wraight, for seven years a member of District Council— a colonist of 26 years. He died trusting in Jesus.

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