BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS
ALLEN.— On the 23rd September, at Flaxley, near Echunga, the wife of Job Allen, of a daughter. Both doing well. BAKER.— On the 19th September, at Carrington
street east, Adelaide, the wife of W.K. Baker, of a daughter. BASEY.— On the 16th September, at Hillside, Torrens-road, the wife of Frederic Basey, of a daughter. BEST.— On the 24th September, at Condowie Plains, the wife ot Richard Best, of a son. Both doing well. BLESING.— On the 19th September, at Hamilton, tbe wife of F. W. Blesing, of a daughter. Both doing well. BIGGS.— On the 22nd September, the wife of R. H. Biggs, of Blackburn-street. of a daughter. BLACKWELL— On the 18th September, at Mac kinnon-parade. North Adelaide, the wife of C. E. Blackwell, of Wilmington, of a daughter. BLYTH-— On the 11th September, at Ward-street. North Adelaide, the wife of James Neville Blyth, of a daughter.
BRADFORD.-On the 28th September, at Ash bourn, the wife of F. J. Bradford, J.P., of Woona Vale, of a daughter. BURCHELL- On tbe 19th July, at No. 42, Sandy Grove-road, Kingston-.Dublin, the wife of Thomas T. Burchell. of a son. BURTON.— On the 27th September, at the National Bank, Wilmington, the wife ot C. H. Burton, pre maturely, of a son. COMLEY.— On the 24th September, at Unley Vine yard, Thomas-street. Unley, the wife of George J. Comley, of a daughter. CROZIER.— On the 25th September, at Moorna Station, River Murray, N.S.W., the wife of W. Crozier, of a daughter. DAVIDSON.-On the 17th September, at Jeffcott street, North Adelaide, the wife of Professor David- son, of a son. Stillborn. DAVIES— On tbe 12th September, at Angipins, Mrs. S. R. W. Davies, of a daughter. DAY.— On the 27th September, at Lylleston House, Hindmarsh, Mrs. J. Day, of Gawler River,- of a daughter. DAY.— On the 14th September, the wife ot Albert Day. of Robertstown. of a daughter. DEAN.— On the 1st October, at Alpha Cottage, Cambpelltown, the wife of William Dean, of a son. DOWNES— On tbe 22nd September, at College Town, the wife of Colonel Downes (Royal Artillery), of a daughter. DOWNIE.-On tbe 15th September, at Oakdale Farm, Quorn, Mrs. W. S. Downie. of a daughter. DUNN.-On the 18th September, at Nairae, the wife A. H. Dunn, of a son. still-born. FOUNTAIN.— On the 23rd September, at Charles ton, the wife of George Fountain, of a son. GALE.— On the 16th September, at Champion Bay. Western Australia, the wife of William Hepburn Gale, of a daughter. GILES -On the 23rd September, at Grove Hill Norton's Summit, the wife of Charles Giles, jun., of a son. GILL.— On the 5th August, at 69, Wildway-road, Newington Green, London, the wife of Thomas Gill, of a son (stillborn ) GOLDNEY.— On the I3th September, at The Clay pans, Balaklava South, the wife of W. H. Goldney, of a son. GOLDSACK.— On tbe 15th September, at Echunga, the widow ot the late Stephen Goldsack, of a daughter. GOOD.— On the 23rd September, at Hyde Park, Unley, the wife of Edward Good, of a son. GRAYSON-— On the 21st September, at the Tem perance Hotel, North-terrace, the wife of Lawrence Grayson, of a daughter. HADDY.-On the 23th September, at Alderley, Semaphore, Mrs. G. E. Haddy, of a daughter. Both doing well. HARRINGTON.— On the 14th September, at Pros pect, Mrs. James Harrington, of a son. HOGG.— On the 18th September, at Mitcham, the wife of Lewis R. Hogg, of a son. HOLMES.— On the 29th September, at South terrace, the wife of H. D. Holmes, of a daughter. Both doing well. KENNY.— On the 21st September, at Pekins, Mrs. M. E. Kenny, of a son. LINDSAY.— On the 2nd September, at Woodville, the wife of W. Lindsay, of a son. LINN —On the 30th September, at Hindmarsh, the wife of Robert Linn, of a son. Both doing well. MADISON.-On the 24th September, at Hind marsh-place. Hindmarsh, the wife of Thomas Mad ison, of a daughter. MALEY.— On tbe 19th September, at Whitmore square, the wife of Mr. John Maley, Ashford Farm, Warner Town, of a son. McKINNON.— On the 6th September, at Kilbra Farm, Tepio, New South Wales, the wife of Archibald McKinnon, of a son. Both doing well. McMULLEN.-On the 27th September, at Murray street, North Adelaide, the wife of J. McMullen, of a son. O'CONNOR. On the 18th Ssptember, at Wirreanda, the wife of Peter O'Connor, of a son. ODGERS.— On the 16th September, at Virginia, the wife of Mr. J. Odges. of a daughter. OSBORNE.— On the 29th September, at Port Ade laide, the wife of Captain A. M. Osborne, of the barque Verulam, of a son. PHILLIPS— On the 20th September, at Melbourne- street. North Adelaide, the wife ot E. G. Phillips, of a daughter. POUNSETT— On the 18th September, at the Telegraph Station, Redhill, Mrs. William Rothwell Pounsett, of a son. SCHOLEFIELD— On the 9th September, at Bull cllffe Farm, near Marrabel. the wife of James Schole field, of a daughter. Both doing well. SCHUTZE.— On the 15th September, the wife of F. E. Schutze, of the Bogan Hotel, Mannum, of a daughter. Both doing welL SCOTT.— On the 25th September, at Milang. the wife of Henry Scott, Esq., of Purnong Station, River Murray, of a daughter. SMITH.-On the 13th September, at Hallett, the wife of F.S. Smith, of a daughter. SOLOMON.— On the 26th September, at Flinders street, Adelaide, the wife of S. Solomon, of a son. SUMMERTON-— On the 16th September, at Bool ennda, the wife of George Summerton. Jan., of a son. THOMPSON.— On the 15th September, at Sema phore, Mrs. H. W. Thompson, of a daughter. WARD.— On the 10th September, at Rosewater, JuEction-rcwd, the wife of J. R . H. Ward, barque Day Dawn, of a son. WATEBHOUSE. — On tha 23rd September, at Scarborough-street. Glenelg. the wife ot W. X. Water house, of a daughter. WICKS.— On the 4th September, at Bush Inn, Moorna, River Murray, Mrs. James Wicks, ot a son. WILSON.— On the 18th September, at Calton Hill, Curramulka, Mrs. R. F. Wilson, of a daughter. Both doing well. WILSON.- On the 21st September, at Mediadie, tbe wife of A'ex. V. Wilson, of a daughter. WYATT— On the 20th of September, at Belalie South, the Mde of W. H. Wyatt, of a daughter. Both doing welL MARRIAGES. ANDREW— DX7NSTAN.— On the 23rd September, at tije resident s of the bride's parents, by tlie .Kev. H. T. Burgess, W. G., second son ot Mr. John Andrew, of Penric*. to E. J., youngest daughter of Air. John Dunstan, Kapnnda. BUTTERWORTH -STEWART. — On the 27th September, at Trinity Church. North-Terrace. Ade laide, by the Kev. G. Gibbes, Brant Butterworth, of Aldinga, to Mary M. Stewart, eldest daughter of D. Stewart, Aldinga. COMMONS-JONES— On the 23rd September, at the residence of the bride's parents, Gawler riaios, by the Eev. John Wills, Thomas, third sou of Mr. James Commons, Kangnroo Flat, to Catherine Ann, second daughter of Mr. William Jones. Gawier Plains. CROSS— DeCE AN.— Oo the 23rd Septemb2r. by the Kt v. Mr. Lloyd, S. J. Cross to Louisa J , eldest daughter of the late J. T. De Cam, formerly of Giwler DAY— FISHER —On the 15th September, by the Rev. W. Roby Fletcher, George A. Day, of Gawler, to Laura J., daughter of Mr. D. Fisher, Osmond terrace, Norwood. DOW— WALL.— On the 21st September, at the residence of tbe bride's parents, by the Rev. R. J. Daddow, James Dow, to Mary Ann. tbe daughter of tor. Edward Wall, sen., farin6r, of lUrabba. EARL— JACOBS.— On the 29th September, by licence, at Aogaston, by the Rev. R. L. Coward, Mr. Joseph Eat], of the above place, to Mrs. Jacobs, of Moculta. FoULIS-BIDGWAY.— On the 23rd September, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Kev. J. K. Ferguson. George Foul's, to Ann, daughter of Mr. Charles R'dgway, Smitbneld. GRAINGBR— ALDRIDGE.— On the 1st October, at St Matthew's, Kensington, by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, John Harry Grainger, of Adelaide, to Rosa Annie, youngest daughter of the late George Aldridge, of Adelaide, South Australia. HA1NES— ALDER— On the 2Sth S«ptember, at the residence cf the bride's father, Ebenezer, youngest son of Sbomas Haines, of Kangarilla, to Ellen, daughter of Thomas Alder, Baker's Gully. HABRIS— JARVIS.— On the 23rd September, by special licence, at Kingsbridge Cottage, West-street, Unley, by the Rev. James Bickford, uncle of the bride, William John Harris, eldest son of Mr. John Harris, New Mile-End, to Sarah Alma, tbird daughter of Mr. John Jarvis, city missionary, Adelaide. HIGHTON— TWOPENY.— On the 27th September, at St. Peter's Collegiate School Chapel, by the Rev. W. Btdeli Stanford, Alfred Henry, eldest son of the Eev. Alfred High ton, Vicar ot Great Boutton, Ban buty. England, to Mary Harriet Nowell Twopeny, only daughter ot the late Venerable Archdeacon of Flinders. ^- Di»* CZ r^H HOWARD— BARE.— On the 23rd September, at the residence of Mr. D. Wilson, near Barrabba, by Mr. R. Woolcock, William, second son of Mr. William Howard, of Alma, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Barr, Hope Form, Hundred of Balaklava. HUNT— PEARCE.— On the 23rd September, at the residence of Mr John Pearce, Caltowie, by licence, by the Rev. T. Jarrett, Henry, third son of Mr. W. Hunt, of Mintaro, to Annie Maria, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Pearce, of Mintaro. JOHNS— WRIGHT.— On the 15th September, at tbe Hundred of Pirie, by the Rev. Palmer Law, Tncmas Johns, farmer, second son of Nicholas Johns, Lycdoch Valley, to Margaret Dugal, second daughter of Jamci Wright, Hundred of Pirie. KEOGH— SIBLY.— On the 24th September, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Melrose, by special licence, by the Kev. W. T. Carter, Thomas John Keogh, to Emma Sibly : both of Melrose. KING— KENDELL.— On the 53rd September, at Minlacowie, by the Rev. .Thos. Angwin, Mr. John King, to Emilv Keudell ; both of Minlacowie. LAWRIE— WHERRY.— On the 16th September, at the residence of the bride's parents, Barrabba, by Mr. William Judd, Evangelist, Alexander Watson eldest son of the late Alexander Dunlop Lawrie, of Alma, to Matilda, third daughter of Mr. George Wherry, of Barrabba. MAC KAY— CLOW.— On »he 2Qth August, at the residence of tbe bride's parents, Portland Ettite, John Purvea, eldest son of John MacJtay, Esq.. to A-ice, third daughter of William Clow, Eiq , both of.Port Adelaide MAH2JKE— FACEY.— On the 29tli September, at St Luke's, by the Rev. J. PolUtt, D F. W. Mabnke, of Adelaide, to Clara, youngest daughter of the late Henry Facey, of Peckham, England. MIIGGE-^-BENNETTS.— On the 25th September, at the United Methodist Free Church, Waymouth street, Adelaide, by special licence, by the Rev. B. P. Sludge, Charles William, eldest soc of Mr. Edward Miigge, to Susan, second daughter of Mr. William Bencetts, Parkside. MILLS— COOPER.— On the 15th September, at the residence of the bride's parents, Rivertcn, by the Rev. G. 'H. Paynter, Charles, son of Mr. John Mills, of Cherry Gardens, to Judith, second daughter of Mr. John Cooper, of Riverton. MILLSTEED— MICHAEL.— On the 15th Sep tember, at tbe residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Hancock, John Charles Millsteed, of Cameron, to Margaret Helenor Michael of Barunga. MORGAN— WRIGHT.— On ths 14th September, at Cbiiatchurch, Longford, Tasmania, by the Rev. Arthur Wiyn, M.A.. Charles Rowland, eldest son of the late
\.-o&riea jnutgau, ui vueiieuuuo, xazguuxa, to uuu tina, fourth daughter of John Wright, Wellington Lodge. Longford, Tasmania. NESBITT-HILL—On the 5th August, at St Stephen's. Hampstead, near London, by the Rev. C. M- Harvey. Rector of Acton. Alfred Mortimer Nesbitt, MA., youngest ton of P. B. Nesbitt, M.D., of Acton, to Margaret only daughter of the late John Cart wright Bill, Esq. RANDELL— FINLAYSON. — On the 22nd Sep tember, at the residence of tbe bride's parents, by Mr. R. K. Finlayson, William Beavis, eldest son of Captain Randell, Kenton Park, Gumeracha, to Hannah Randell, youngest daughter of Mr. William Finlayson, sen., of Carrington-street, Adelaide. RICHARDSON— PRICE.— On the lith September, by special licence, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Eev. W. Langsford, Henry, eldest sen of Henry Richardson, Esq., of Saddleworth, to Annie Wakefield. youngert daughter of Henry Francis Price, of Yarcowie. No cards. ROE— MITCHELL.— On the 16th September, at Christ Church, North Adelaide, by the Rev. F. Coghlan, B.A.. Edward Rowland Roe, of Hobart Town, Tasmania, io Margaret Emily, third daughter of T. W. Mitchell, of Brougham-place. North Adelaide. ROoMAN— VARLKY.— On the 29th September, at Christ Church, Kapnnda, by the Rev. J. M. Donald son. Trevenen Bosnian, to Alice Bowyer, only daughter of John Varley, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate of this province. ^ STEVENS— STEVENS. —On the 23rd September, at the residence of the bridegroom's parents. Medindie, by the Rev. S. Raymond, Reuben William, second son
of Mr. Jobs Stevens, to Sarah Stereos, ot Wiltshire, England. SCLLTVAN— BAILEY.— On the SOth September, at St Paul'*, Adoifctfe, by tbe Very Rev. Dean Russell, John Sullivan, to Jennie, fifth daughter of tbe tote Edward Bailey, both of thk city. TEMPlEE— KAJSUELL-Ontbe 15th September, by licence, at the residence of the bxids's parents, by the Eer. U G. Carter. Frederick, weond son of Thomas Templet, Barnard-street, U Elizabeth Bsavis (Bessie), eldest daughter of Samuel Bandell, BelUm Villa, Jeffoott-atieet North Adelaide. VaTJDREY— LONGBOTTOM.— %n the 15th Sep tember, at St George's Church, Woodforde, bv the Rev. A. Dendy, D.D.. assisted by the Revs. A. Honner and V. B. Coghlan. Thomas William Vandrey. of Meunt Gambier, youngest son of tha late Charles Vaudrey, of Bath Vale. Coogleton, Cheshire, to Elsie Kirkham, eldest daughter of W. Longbottom, of Home Park, Mania. WELLMENTT— FUGE.— On the 20th September, at the Wesleyan Church, Pirie-street, by tbe Rev. Mr. Lloyd, William Wellment eldest son of the late William Willment. of Adelaide, to Sarah Fuge, second daughter of R. Fuge, George-street, Norwood. WIEDEMANN — SIMMER.-00 tbo 29th Sep tember, at the residence of the bride's mother, Nor wood, by the Rev. J. C Woods. W. Wledemaon, of Mount Barker, to Marie, relict of. the late P. Simmer, of Adelaide. WOOD- WOOD.— On the 25th September, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by tbe Rev. G. Glbbs. Charles W. Wood, of Port Lincoln, to Zmlia Mait Iand, youngest daughter of the late Alfred Wood, Ksq., of the City of London. DEATHS. AISH.— On tbe 5th August, at Clapton Park, England. Alfred, eldest and beloved son of Alfred and Mary Ann Aish, of Norwood, aged 29 years and 10 months, after a long and painful illness. ANDERSON.— On the 20th September, at bis resi dence, Brighton, Robert Anderson, aged 80 yean. BARNES.— On the 27th September, at Synagogue place. Adelaide, Frederick William Barnes, aged Ti. B1ELEFELDT.— On the 27th September, at Rundle ?treet, Adelaide, Carl Bielefeld t. aged 63 years. BURFORD.— On the lit September, at the Chil dren's Hospital, North Adelaide, of bronchitis. Florence May -LottieX eldest and well-beloved daughter of Henry and Jane Burford, of Spring Farm, Yacka. '* A sweet flower to bloom in Heaven.' COCKS.— On the 26th September, at Franklin street, Adelaide, Clara Walford, infant daughter of Benjamin P. and Aliee H. Cocks. CONLON.-On tha 22nd September, of bronchitis and croup. Rose May, tbe beloved child of H. J. and L. M. A. Conlon, Msitland, Y.P., aged three years and five months. CORRELL.— On the 24th September, at her resi dence. Correll Cottage, Grenfell-street Kent Town. Emma Correll, relict of the late Richard Correll, aged 3Sye&is. COWARD.— On the 21tt September, at Truro, Susannah Alice, wife of Wesley Coward, and second daughter of the late Rev. A. R. Philps, aged 34. Her end was peace. CREW S.— On the 29th September, at his residence, 7, Albert-termce, Carrington-street, after s long and painful illness, John Crews, late of the Bay-road and Maclaren Vale, aged 85 years. A colonist of 41 years. CROSBY.— On the 2Sth September, Minnie Cass, dearly beloved child of M. H. and M. A. Crusby. Tbebarton, aged one year and eight months. BALL. — On the 13th September, after a long and lingering illness, Clara Matilda, the belovet anl affectionate daughter of Thomas and Hannah Hall, South-terrace, aged 22 years. HALL.— On the 24th September, at Pirie-stsest, Adelaide, after prolonged and Intense suffering, Emily Sarah, second surviving daughter Of B. and M. E. Hall, aged fourteen years and seven months BENDER— On the 7th September, at MoonU, Anna, wife of J. H. Hender, aged 29 years. HICKS.— On the 19th September, at Barton-terrace east, F.nzor Ellington, son of George Edward and Rose Hicks, of Narrata, Balaklava, aged 8 months. HUTCHISON.— On the 21st September, at Uoram bro, Harriett, the wife of William Hutchison, aged 40 years. JACKSON.— On the 29th September, at her resi dence, in hi r 55th year, Mary Theresa Jackson, the beloved wife of BeDJamin Jackaon, and the mother of Mrs. W. E. Hsward, of Adelaide. A colonist of 36 years. J ONES.— On the 15th September, tbe infant son of George and Ellen Jones, of Willowie, aged seven months and two weeks. LAKE.— On the ISth September, at tbe Manse, Crystal Brook, ot croupal diphtheria, Mary Thome, youngest child of Octavius and Serena Lake : and on the following Monday, of the same disease, William Thome, their only surviving son. LOGAN.— On tbe 24th September, at the Hun dred of Stow, Robert, the youngest anl beloved son of Kenneth and C. Logan, aged four years and four months. Scotch papers please copy. MONCKTON.— On the 31st July, at his residence, Clevedon, Somersetshire, Frederick Edward Monckton, late of Manoora, in this province. MONTGOMERY.— On the 17th August, at Cam bridge, New Zealand, from the effects of an accident, Robert, youngest son of the late Dr. Montgomery, of Happy Valley, aged 32 years. MUEEAY. — On the 1st October, at Telegraph Station, Katharine Biver, N.T., Henry Hammond, dfarly beloved ton of R M. and L.^Murray. aged 4 years and 2 month»| B^%m^ -ZT' Z^^HZZl NEWMAN.- On the ISth September, at OUre Wesleyan Parsonage, after a short illness, Clara Evelyn, aged three years and ten months, fifth dearly beloved child of Rev. Charles T. and Emma A. Newman. Fs. xxxrx. 9 ; John xni. 7. PONTON.— On the 3rd August, at bis residence, in the Paragon. Clifton, Gloucestershire, M. Psnton, Esq., F.R.S.E., formerly of Edinburgh, aged 78 yean. PRICE. — On the 24th September, at his residence. Craters, William, yonnger and only surviving son of Lieutenant-Colonel Wm. Pries, of Kgerton House. Richmond, Surrey, England, aged 54, of heart disease. SKUKRAY.-On the 13th September, at Little Hampton, James Clement Skurray, of consumption, aged 49 years. SLATER.— On the 5th September, at Farina Town. of inflammation of the lungs, Samuel Slater, second son of H. A. Slater, of Angaston, aged 36 years. SOMMERVILLE. — Oa the 16th September, at Spalding. Mr. William Sommerville, aged 72 years. SOUTHCOMBE.— On the 16tb September, at his residence. Port Augusta, William Southcombe, late of Montaeute, England, aged 41 years. English papers please copy. SUSP-tuiNS.— On tho 9th September, at Yardea, after a few hours' illness, Henry Stephens, youngest son of the late W. Stephens, Bodmin, Cornwall, aged 36 years. THOMAS.— Op tbe 21st September, at the Grange, Reedbeds. of croup, Elizabeth Emily, eldest child and only daughter of Joseph and Isabella Thomas, aged three years and five months. TUCK EC— On the£7th September, at Saddleworth, Joseph Henry, the youngest and beloved son of Charles and Elizabeth Tucker, aged 16 ye*» and 3 months. A great sufferer for seven yean, five of which were very serere. His end was peice. VARLEY. — On the 22nd September, at her residence, Tyntc-gtreet, North Adelaide, Martha, wife of James Varley, and only sister of the lite Dr. William Cropland, of Brooklyn, U.S., in her 6(!th year. WALKER.— On the 12th September, at his resi dence, Woodforde, Lake Hamilton, Port Lincoln, suddenly, John Walker, aged 65 years, leaving a wife and six children to mourn their sad loss. His end was peace. WARLAND.-On the 29th September, at Bal hannab, Eliza L. Warland, relict ot the late Robert Warland. aged 69. A colonist of 41 years. YOUNG.— On tbe 1st October, at bis father's resi dence, Hutt-street, John Young, youngest son of George and Elbabeth Christina Young, aged 21 years.