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BIRTHS. McKELVIE.— On the 23rd January, at Carlisle street, GlanviUe, the wife of John McKclv;e, of a daughter. Both doing well DOWLING.— On the 22nd Jannary, at Penzanse street. New Glenelg, the wife of S. W. Dowling, ol aeon. ? BUTTFTELD.— On the 21st January, at Caurna mtmt House, Young-street, Parkside, tlie wUe of H. P. Buttfield, of a son ; both doing well. PATERSON.— On the 15th Jannary, at Windsor Lodge, Clare, the wifd of John Paterson, of Pine vale, Clinton, of a son. PEARsE.— On the 23rd January, at Holne Cot tage, Hallett, the wife of T. W. Pearse, of a son ; both doing well. MARRIAGES. SHAW— PERRYMAN— On the I8th January, at Plympton House, the residence of V. Parkin, Esq.,   by the Rev. C. Manthorpe, George Shaw, to Eliza- beth Mary Perryman, both of Adelaide. OSBORNE — TREWENACK. — On the 10th January, at the residence of the bride's father, by licence, by the Rev. T. Adamson, Ernest Albert, eldest son of Stephen Osborne, of North Adelaide, South Australia, to Martha Mary, eldest daughter of Henry Trewenack, of Ballarat East, Victoria. DEATHS. GOOD.— On the 23rd January, at Hyde Park, Unley, of dysentery, Claud Lester, fourth son of Edward and Eliza Good, aged four months. SUDHOLZ.— On the 22rd January, at G'Ucs Plains, suddenly, Bertha, the beloved wife of G. W Sudholz, aged 25 years: BICKFORD.— On the 12th December, at Bourne- mouth, Hants, England, Mary, youngest daughter of the late William and Ann M. Bickford, of Ade- laide, South Australia. TAYLOR.— On the 7th December, at Regenfs Park, London, of bronchitis, James Taylor, aged 95 yeais ; uncle of Henry W. Thompson, Port Ade laide. RHEADE.— On the 19th January, at Hamilton, Victoria, Louis Edward Biglow Rheade, late of Portage, Wyoming County, New York State, America, aged 28. GODLEE— On the 9th December, 1882, at his resi- dence, Leighside, Lewes, Sussex, England, Burwood Godlee, J.P., brother of John Godlee, of the Loco- motive Department of this city, in his 81st year. GEORGE.— On the llth January, at the Ter minus Hotel, Port Augusta, Thomas George, of Quorn, farmer and poundkeeper, aged 39 years ; formerly of Stirling, teamster and blacksmith, and afterwards of Saltia, hotelkeeper ; an old resident in the North, leaving a wife and nine children to mourn their loss. 24'7v4S

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