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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS BIRTHS. ATKINS.— On the 18th May, at her father's resi- dence, Port Adelaide, the wife of J. A. Atkins, of H.M. Customs, of a daughter, prematurely. Chelten- ham papers please copy. BRINKWORTH.- On the 9th May, at her resi- dence, Wantworth Farm, Gulnare South, the wife of W. J. Brinkworth, of a son ; both doing well. CALF.-On the 15th May, at Queen-street, Norwood, the wife of Philip Calf, of a son. CHURCH.- On the 14th May, at George-street, Norwood, Mrs. John Church, of a son. CLARKE.— On the 23rd May, at Southsea Cottage, Parade, Norwood, Mrs. Thos . Clarke, of a son. COCK.— On the 10th May, at Saddleworth, the wife of Jno. Cock, of a son. Both doing well. COOKE.— On the 21st May, at the Parsonage, Moonta Mines, the wife of the Rev. W. Cooke, of a   daughter. COX.— On the 6th May, at Wilpena, the wife of James Cox, of a son. EDWARDES.-On the 15th May, at St. Mattbew's Parsonage, Kensington, the wife of H. P. Edwardes, of a son. FALCONER.-On the 17th May, at Woodleigh, West Mitcham, tbe wife of Alex. C. Falconer, of a son. FINLAYSON.— On the 23rd May, at Owen, the   wife of D. Finlayson, of a daughter. FISHER.— On the 24th April, at Sussex -street, Glenelg, the wife of A. F. Fisher, of a son. FOGGO.— -On the 10th May, at Rosewater, near Port Adelaide, the wife of William Foggo, of Carvald Farm, Ardrossan, Yorke's Peninsula, of a son. GRAFF.-On the 11th May, at Melbourne-street, North Adelaide, the wife of P. Graff, of a daughter.   HAMMOND.-On the 20th May, at William-street,   Norwood, the wife of Cecil H. Hammond, of a son.  

HANTON.-On the 14th May, at Fullarton, Mrs. H. B. Hanton, of a son. HARDY.— On the 3rd May, at Wauraltie, the wife of W. W. Hardy, of a daughter. McMICHAEL— On tbe 3rd May, at the National Bank, Georgetown, the wife of Clunie McMichael, of a daughter. MEAD.— On the 19th May, at the Duke of Wellington Hotel, Port Adelaide, the wife of W. Mead, of a daughter. MELLOR— On the 21st May, at Franklin-street,   the wife of B. F. Mellor, of a daughter. MUNT.— On the 19th May, at Robe, the wife of A. Munt, of a son. NASH.— On the 8th May, at Ida Cottage, Darling street, Medindie, the wife of H. G. Nash, of a daughter. PEARCE.-On the 15th May, at Kooringa, Mrs. William Pearce, jun., of a son. PHILLIPSON.— On the 22nd May, at Beltana, the wife of N. E. Phillipson, of a daughter. RUSSELL. - On the 18th May, at Caltowie, the wife of W. Russell, of a daughter. STEELE.-On the 9th May, at Cressford, Redhill, the wife of David Steel, of a son. SCOTT.-On the 19th May, at William- street Nor- wood, the wife of William Sc0tt, of a daughter. SOLOMON.— On the 4th May, at Georgetown, the wife of H. A. Solomon, saddler, of a son. SPIKE. - At her residence, Bourke, N.S.W., the wife of E. Spike, of a daughter. SYME—On the 13th May, at the Semaphore, the wife of William Syme, of twin daughters— one still born. SYMES.-On the 23rd April, at Koolunga, Mrs. W. B. Symes, of a son. Both doing well. WALTERS - On the 13th May, at Brougham-place, North Adelaide, the wife of H. Huth Walters, of a son. WEBSTER. On the 14th May, at Glanville-street, Glanville, the wife of S. Webster, of a daughter. WILLIAMS.— On the 11th May, at her residence, Beulah-road, Norwood, Mrs. George Williams, of a son.   WYLE.-On the 3rd May, at North Kensington, the wife of Albert John Wyle, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ALCOCK-SIMPSON.— On the 10th May, at the Wesleyan Church, Meadows, by the Rev. James Allen, Edward Ernest, eldest son of Edward Alcock, of Adelaide, to Eliza Jane, only daughter of the late David Simpson, of the Meadows. CRISP-SIEWERT.-On the 13th May, at North Adelaide, by the Rev. W. Diment, William Crisp, to Augusta, relict of the late W. E. Siewert CURNOW— GRAYSON.— On the 15th May, at St. Panl's Church, Rhynie, by licence, by the Rev. James Houghton, incumbent of Holy Trinity Church, River- ton, Mr. John Curnow, of Springwood Farm, near Rhynie, to Mrs. Mary Grayson, of Rhynie, the danghter of Mr. William Melville. DE WYNTER— SEALY.-On the 18th May at St. George's Church, Magill, by the Rev. A. Honner, Charles Ernest, eldest son of James C. de Wynter, Esq., of Roman Hill, Colchester, Essex, to Edith   Lilla, youngest daughter of William Sealy, Esq., of Kensington. HABICH— WYLIE.— On the 11th May, at Lang- horne's Creek, by the Rev. J. F. Henderson. of Strathalbyn, August, eldest son of F. W. Habich, of Hahndorf, to Elizabeth Mary, youngest daughter of   the late John Wylie, of Langhorne's Creek. HAINES-WARREN.-On the 5th May, at the residence of Mr. W. Durdin, Goodwood, by the Rev. H. J. Parkinson, Benjamin, second son of Mr. W. Haines, Hay Valley, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Mr. W. Warren, Unley.   HEARD-SMITH—On the 4th May, at Adelaide, by the Rev. B. P. Mudge, William Henry Heard, of Adelaide, to Mary Ann, third daughter of Mr. Charles Smith, of Goolwa. HUDSON-BISHOP.-On the 14th May, at St. Barnabas's, Clare, by the Rev. R. B. Webb, Henry,   youngest son of Mr. E. Hudson, of Napperby, to Hannah (Annie), youngest danghter of Mr. J. Bishop, Casualty Hospital, Clare, late of Hurtle Vale.   JONES - SMITH. - On the 14th May, at Osmond terrace, Norwood, by Mr. R. K. Finlayson, John   Paul Jones, to Emily, second daughter of William Smith, Watervale. MOORE— STYLES.— On the 28th December 1880, at Adelaide, by licence, Arthur Neville, second son of W. Moore, Moonta Bay, to Matilda Axten, eldest daughter of G. H. Styles, Lacepede Bay.   PAYZE— ALLEN.— On the 27th April, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. Richardson Reid, Alfred, third son of the late James Payze, C.E, of Adelaide, to Elizabeth Mary Allen, eldest daughter of Joseph Allen, Burnside. RYE-FLUKE.-On the 10th May, at the residence of the bride's stepfather (Mr. Henry Brown, of Daven- port), by the Rev. W. W. Finch, Joseph Matthew Rye, to Edith, only surviving daughter of the late Mr. Arthur Fluke, of Wirrabara. SHAMMALL— MORGAN— On the 14?th May, at Melrose, by the Rev. W. T. Carter, George Shammall, to Elizabeth, second daughter of J. H. Morgan, of Booleroo. STAGG-CHANT.-On the 11th May, by licence, at the Primitive Methodist Manse, Franklin street, by Rev. J. Stuart Wayland, Mr. William Stagg, farmer, Kooringa, to Angelina, third daughter of Mr. Giles Chant, of Stoke-under-Ham, Somerset, England. TORODE— GELLENTIEN.— On the 12th May, at North Adelaide, by the Rev. O. Copland, Walter Charles, second son of Mr. H. K. Torode, to Sophie Minnie, eldest daughter of the late Mr. C. M. Gellentien, of Tanunda, and step daughter of Mr. A. E. Piesker, Gawler. DEATHS. BURNS.— On the 10th May, Ann Burns, at the residence of her brother, James Lynam, Forth-street, Bowden, aged 45 years. CAUST.— On the 18th May, at the Chain of Ponds. Ann, the beloved wife of James Caust, aged 68 years ; a colonist of 42years, (by ship Recovery). Regretted by all who knew her. CHARLICK.-On the 15th May, at Chestnut Cot- tage, Gouger-street, Adelaide, after a few hours' illness, Minnie, the beloved child of Henry and Jane Charlick, aged 14 months. COOMBE.— On the 22nd March, at Lewanick, Corn-   wall, England, Jane, relict of the late John Coombe, and beloved mother of S. A. and R. Coombe of Bromp- ton, South Australia, aged 91 years. CURTICE.— On tbe 14th April, Alfred Henry, infant son of Alfred Henry and Elizabeth Curtice, King William-street south, aged seven months. DOMEYER - On the 14th May, at Nuriootpa, Bernhardt, the infant son of Janet and Bernhardt Domeyer, aged ten monhs. FELGATE.-On the 4th May, at Willcannia, N.S.W.,   Robert Percy, only surviving son of Robert and Marcamier Felgate, aged five months. GRANT.- On the 13th May, at his residence   Orange-street, Norwood, James Grant, aged 30 years.   GWYNNE.-On the 22nd May, William, third son of Hon. E. C. Gwynne, aged 26 years. HARRISS.—On the 3rd May, at Sedan, of croup and  diphtheria, Euphemia, the dearly beloved daughter of John and Sarah Harriss, aged 5 years amd 4 months. Safe in the arms of Jesus. HART.— On the 18th May, at the Home for In- curables, James Hart, late of Hutt-strett, Adelaide. HENLEY. — On the 14th May, at Hillside, Napperby, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. William Henley, of Goodwood, and beloved mother of Mrs. John Smith, aged 78 years. HICKS.— On the 11th May, at his residence, near   Laura, after a long and painful illness, George Hicks, aged 48 years. A colonist of 26 years. His end was peace. JAMES.— On the 11th May, at Parkside, Herbert Harold, youngest and beloved son of Herbert and Elizabeth James, aged one year and two weeks. KLOPPER.— On the 4th May, at Napperby, of deptethic croup, Alfred Charles, dearly beloved and only son of Charles H. F. and Amelia C. Klopper, aged 11? months. Safe in the arms of Jesus.   MANISTY.— On the 10th May, at Bullaparinga, Rapid Bay, after a short illness, Agnes, beloved wife of Francis Manisty, aged 27 years. MAYO.— On the 29th March, at Longburton, Dor- setshire, England, the Rev. William May0, rector of Folke and North Wootton, in his 80th year— brother of Dr. Mayo, of this city. McMichael.— On the 7th May, at the National Bank, Georgetown, the infant daughter of Clunie and Margaret Jane McMichael. McMichael.— On the 8th May, at the National Bank, Georgetown, Margaret Jane, the beloved wife of Clunie McMichael, and second daughter of John   McCallum, Strathalbyn, aged 22 years and seven months. McRAE.— On the 4th May, at Aldinga, after a lingering illness, Mary McRae, widow of the late Finlay McRae, aged 65 years. An old colonist of 41   years. MOORE. —On the 18th May, 1881, at his residence, Milne-terrace, Moonta, of consumption, Arthur Neville, the dearly beloved husband of M. A. Moore, aged 23 years. MOSELEY.— On the 16th May, at Mosleyville, Bay-road, George, the fourth son of Mr. H. Moseley,     aged 31 years. NORTON.— On the 14th May, at Norton's Summit, Mary, the beloved wife of Robert Norton, of broc- chitis, aged 77 years. A colonist of 44½ years. O'CONNOR.— On the 11th May, at Noarlunga, Mary O'Connor, widow of James O'Connor, of Hackham, South-road, aged 65 years. PEARCE.— On the 18th May, at Kingston, S. E., Harry Edmonds, second son of the Hon. James Pearce, Kapunda, aged 24. PERKINS.— On the 15th May, at South-terrace, Walter Henry, the second son of A. H. and E. Perkins, aged three years and five months. REED.— On the 15th May, at Hawker, Alma Lucinda Maud, the eldest and beloved daughter of W. P. and C. Reed, aged three years, of bronchitis. Tas- manian papers please copy. RICKETTS.— On the 19th May, Charles John Ricketts, of Thebarton, aged 27 years. ROACH.—On the 24th April, caused by falling off   a horse near Gum Creek, Thomas, the dearly beloved husband of Annie Roach, aged 30 years. ROGERS.— On the 3rd April, Mrs. Leah Rogers, of St. Agnes, Cornwall, England, aged 67. Mother of Mrs. John Carter, Orroroo. Her end was peace. ROWE.—On the 26th April, at Halifax-street, Adelaide, Lydia Mary, the beloved child of Walter and Selina Rowe, aged 7 years and 9 months. Friends please receive this intimation. RUNDLE.— On tbe 11th May, at his residence, Hahndorf, John Rundle, late of Mount Barker ; aged 66 years. RYAN.—On the 23rd May, at Wakefield-street, Mary Ann Chapple, the beloved wife of James Francis Ryan, aged 22 years. Deeply regretted by all   who knew her. SISELY.— On the 17th May, at Port Pirie, of spasmodic croup, James Henry WilIiam, the only son of James and Harriet Sisely, aged three years and eight months.     SYMONS.— On the 8th May, at Kooringa, Francis Symons, aged 24 years. THOMPSON.— On the 24th March, of fever, on board the steamer Great Northern, Delagoa Bay, coast   of Africa, Captain Walter Thompson, of London,   aged 39 years, brother of Henry W. Thompson, Port Adelaide.       THYER.— On the 11th May, at his residence, Flinders-street, Kent Town, Thomas Thyer, aged 37 years. WRIGHT.— On the 12th May, at his residence, Bramfield, Henry, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Wright, of heart disease and dropsy, aged 42 years and 11 months. His end was peace. WOOD.—On the 11th May, at Eudunda, after a   short illness, of inflammation of the lungs, Frederick Thomas Wood, Post and Telegraph Master (late of Gawler), aged 27 years. Deeply regretted.     WYLE.— On the 23rd May, at North Kensington, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Albert John Wyle, aged 27 years.

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