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The following announcements have ap- peared in our columns since Wednesday last, and are now published for trans- mission to Europe by the outgoing mail

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ATTIWILL.—On the 6th April, at Rosebery, the  

wife of Alf. Attiwill—a daughter.

O'LEARY.—On the 1st April, at Salisbury, the       wife of W. J. O'Leary—a daughter.      

BARNES.—On the 25th March, at St. Peters, the wife of J. H. Barnes, of Bute—a son.

BOWDEN.—On the 24th February, at Coglin-     street, Brompton, the wife of E. J. Bowden, of a


ROEDIGER.—On the 5th of April, at the resi-     dence of her father, S. L. Dawkins, Gawler River, the relict of the late C. H. E. Roediger, late of Lorquon, of a daughter.

MILLAR.—On the 29th March, at Perth, West Australia, the wife of J. Millar, late of Adelaide,

of a son.  

BRENTZELL.—On the 8th April, at Semaphore-   road, Exeter, the wife of H. O. Brentzell, of a  


GOVETT.—On the 16th March, at Spring-street,     Queenstown, the wife of W. J. Govett, of a son.

Both well.

INGLIS.—On the 6th April, at Springfield, the   wife of T. E. Inglis, of a daughter. "Dorothy

Violet May."

STONEHAM.—On the 10th April, at Wright-  

street, City, the wife of Regld. A. A. Stoneham,   of a daughter (Val.). Both doing well.  

HUNWICK.—On the 23rd March, at the Sema-       phore-road, Semaphore, the wife of H. C. Hun-    

wick—a son.      

LYONS.—On the 12th April, at Kensington-road,     Rose Park, the wife of J. J. Lyons, of a daughter.  

CHESTER.—On the 30th March, at Taltoka,     River Darling, the wife of F. Chester, of a son. Both well. Little Freddie delighted.

HAUSCHILD.—On the 14th April, at Medindie,   the wife of Hermann Hauschild, of a daughter.

Both well.


HASTWELL—DAVIS.—On the 19th March, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.  

J. D. Langsford, James Herbert, only son of James Hastwell, Two Wells, to Margaret Ann (Annie), third daughter of the late Wm. Davis, of Bromp-


GALVIN—REGAN.—On the 31st March, at St.     Brigid's, West Perth, West Australia, by the Rev.           Father Bourke, James, eldest son of James Galvin,     Little Sturt-street, Adelaide, to Annie May, daugh-       ter of the late William Regan, of Kapunda.  

NICOL—HARPER.—On the 26th March, at the       Methodist Church, Prospect Hill, by Rev. G. Hall,     John Solomon Clatworthy, eldest son of John Nicol, Bull's Creek, to Emily, youngest daughter of William Harper, Prospect Hill.

McDONALD—NEGUS.—On the 27th March, by   the Rev. Fredrick Leak, at the residence of the bride's parents, Port-road, George T., eldest son         of George McDonald, North-terrace, Kent Town,   to Ada Royston, third daughter of Ellis Negus, resident inspector of Adelaide sewers.

MUSSARED—GORVETT.—On the 23rd Decem-         ber, at the residence of the bride's parents, by     the Rev. Douglas Trumble, Stanley Parker, eldest son of William Mussared, Semaphore, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of Charles Gorvett, Webster's Gold Mine, Mount Malcolm, West Australia.

BERRY—GILL.—On the 27th March, at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. W. G. Marsh, Albert Edward, the youngest son of Mrs.   E. Berry, Yankalilla, to Rosea Annie Edith, the youngest daughter of the late John Ryland Gill, Flaxman's Valley, near Angaston.        

POOL—TOWNSEND.—On the 26th March, at St.           Andrew's Church, Hammond, by the Rev. R. A.   Bryant, Arthur James, eldest son of the late Joseph Johnson Pool, of Bruce, to Elizabeth May, eldest daughter of the late John Henry Townsend, of


HEGGATON—BURGESS.—On the 11th March, at

St. Andrew's Cathedral. Sydney, by the Rev. Reed, Rupert Duffy Heggaton, M.B., Ch.M., of Murrumburrah, N.S.W., youngest son of William Heggaton, of Mitcham, late of Hindmarsh Island, to Elizabeth Louisa, youngest daughter of William Henry Burges of Richmond, N.S.W.

JENKINS—HASLAM.—On the 26th March, at the Methodist Church, Port Pirie, by the Rev. A. W. Wellington, Janies Firmin, eldest son of Mr. Jas. Jenkins, Glenelg, to Edith Augusta, second daughter of Mr. J. C. Haslam, J.P., Port Pirie.

WlLKINS—GEORGE.—On the 31st March, at St. Mary's Church, Port Adelaide, by the Rev. Prior Kindelan, Henry, third son of John Wilkins, Esq., of Birkenhead, to Annie, seventh daughter of John George, Esq., of Queenstown.

BARR—MARSHALL.—On the 19th March, at East Adelaide, by the Rev. James Read, Hugh Kennedy, only son of Hugh Barr, of Minlaton, to Rosa Augusta, fourth daughter of John Marshall, Fullerville.  

PETERS—WARMING.—On the 29th March, at the Morphett-street Methodist Manse, by the Rev. John Goodwin, William John, eldest son of J. L. Peters, of Adelaide (late of Moonta), to AIice Clara, youngest daughter of Edwin Warming, Wright-street, Adelaide.    

ALLEN—PHILLIPS.—On the 26th March, at St.   Matthew's Church, Marryatville, by special license, by the Rev. W. G. Dempster, John Trezise, youngest son of Henry Allen, of East Moonta, to Ethel Isobel, sixth and youngest daugh- ter of the late James Phillips, of Hamley, Moonta


ADAM—SMYTH.—On the 3rd April, at the resi- dence of the bride's mother, "Greenfields" Golden Grove, by the Rev. George Davidson. M.A., assist- ed by the Rev. James Anderson, Matthew, youngest son of the late Matthew Adam, manufac- turer, Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland, to Robina Cecilia May, youngest daughter of the late Robert Smyth, far- mer, "Greenfields." Golden Grove.      

SHEARER—FULLER.—On the 20th March, at Fourth-avenue, East Adelaide, by Rev. J. Read, Albert G. (Bert), youngest son of William P. Shearer, Mundoora, to Beatrice E. (Trixy) youn- gest daughter, of Annie Fuller, Gilberton.

WEST—CHEARY.—On the 29th March, at Fre-   mantle, West Australia, Henry William West, eldest son of the late H. W. West, of Twickenham, England, to Eliza Rhoda, youngest daughter of L. W. Cheary, of "Ravenswood," Goodwood, South


KEMP—AVERY.—On the 9th April, at the Methodist Church, Findon, by the Rev. Mr. Bul- lock, Frank Harris Kemp, of Broken Hill, to Elizabeth, adopted daughter of the late T. and A.

Avery, of Parkside.  

KITHER—JUDE.—On the 20th March, at St. John's Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. Canon Hop- craft, Clarence Maturin , fifth son of William Kither, Glenelg, to Lilian Sylvia, fourth daughter of John Jude, of Norwood.

IBBOTSON—FIELDER.—On the 26th March, at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. W. G. Marsh, William Harold, eldest son of Thos. Ibbot- son, of Kalgoorlie, to Louisa Isabel (Dolly), eldest daughter of John Fielder, of Broken Hill.

COON—WHITE.—On the 2nd April, by license, by the Rev. Canon Bussell, Samuel, the third son of the late J. Coon, of Foster, to Ivy M. B., second daughter of W. White, of Nildottie, late

of Dalkey.

GERARD—GOODMAN.—On the 26th March, at the Methodist Church, Salisbury, by Revs. T. Lloyd and S. Wellington, Alfred E., second son of Wil- liam Gerard, Burra, to Elsie M., third daughter of William Goodman, Esq., Ashfield, Salisbury.


THORNTON.—On the 1st April, at Johnsburg,   Margaret, relict of the late Michael Thornton, of Yednalue, aged 75 years. R.I.P.    

WHITING.—On the 8th April, Maxwell Owers, dearly loved infant son of J. A. and F. A. Whit- ing, of Highbury-street, Prospect.  

HIGHET.—On the 8th April, at the residence of her son (Mr. J. Highet), Brighton, Eliza, dearly beloved wife of George William Highet, aged 79   years. A colonist of 64 years. At rest.

COSGRAVE.—On the 8th April, at Mount Gam- bier, suddenly, Rev. Thomas Joseph Cosgrave, in his 35th year, and in the 12th year of his priest-

hood. R.I.P.

LINTON.—On the 9th April, at the residence of   his son-in-law, T. F. Smith, Gilles-street, Ade-     laide, Robert Linton, sen., late of Glenelg, in his    

80th year.

DAVEY.—On the 9th April, at his residence, Gilbert-road, Gilberton, James Frederick, the be- loved husband of Emma Davey, and third son of the late James Davey, of Edithburgh.

VANSTONE.—On the 3rd April, at Mundoora, Susan, the dearly beloved wife of J. J. Vanstone, and third daughter of Archie Anderson, of Picker- ing, Y.P., aged 34 years.  

COX.—On the 8th April, at the Adelaide Hos- pital, George Cox, late of the Cannon Brewery, Port Adelaide, in his 40th year.    

STANDISH.—On the 9th April, at Elizabeth-   street, North Croydon, Herbert Nelson, second and dearly-beloved son of F. M. and L. Standish, after a short illness, aged 2 years and 4 months.

HOSKING.—On the 10th April, at her resi-   dence, Magill-road, Norwood, Ellen Waller, the beloved wife of Edwin Hosking, aged 43 years.

CORDON.—On the 10th-April, at the residence   of her daughter (Mrs. Poyzer), Victoria-street, Highbury, Sarah Matilda, relict of the late Samuel Cordon, of Two Wells, in her 83rd year. Arrived in the ship Navarma, 1849.

SINCLAIR.—On the 29th March, at the Child- ren's Hospital, Rockhampton, Queensland, Donald Roy, eldest beloved son of Donald and Henrietta Sinclair, aged 9 years 8 months. A noble boy.

STEPHENS.—On the 21st March, at Broken Hill, Mary Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of Richard Stephens and daughter of James Commons, Gaw- ler, aged 55. "So he giveth His loved ones     sleep."

LLOYD.—On the 8th April, at Emu Flat, near Clare, William, the dearly beloved husband of Sarah Ann Lloyd, aged 76.

SATTERLEY.—On the 10th April, at the resi- dence of her parents (Mr. and Mrs. J. Pollard), Stephen-terrace, Gilberton, Janie, the dearly-be-   loved wife of F. W. Satterey, Port Pirie, aged 28. Patient in suffering. Fallen asleep in Jesus.

WAGSTAFF.—On the 11th April, at East- parade, Kensington, of meningitis, Willie, the dearly loved and only child of D. and E. Wag- staff, aged 12 years and 10 months.  

GALLIFORD.—On the 11th April, after a long and patient illness, at her residence, Sussex-street, Glenelg, Eliza Galliford, dearly-beloved wife of W. H. Galliford, aged 41 years. Deeply regretted and beloved by all.

HERBERT.—On the 3rd April, at Burra Hos- pital, Louisa, the dearly-beloved wife of John Herbert, of Kooringa, aged 30 years (enteric fever)  

FISCHER.—On the 12th April, at the residence   of his son-in-law (F. E. H. W. Krichauff), Stacey-   street, Norwood, Deltef Ludwig Theodor Fischer,

in his 94th year.

LAWSON.—On the 9th April, at Gawler, of   consumption, Elizabeth Bessie, third daughter of James and Isabella Lawson, aged 14 years and 11 months, a sister of Mrs. John Oswald, Islington.

MORCOM.—On the 13th April, at Cairns-street,   the dearly-beloved infant son (Reginald) of Julian and Mabel Morcom, aged 9 weeks.

PARSONS.—On the 13th April, at his residence,   60, North-terrace west, John Parsons, dearly-be-       loved husband of Janet Ann Parsons, aged 80. Arrived ship William Stuart, 1853. Late of New- market, Suffolk, England.

TOD.—On the 15th April, at his residence, 62, Barnard-street, North Adelaide, Philip Tod, dearly   beloved husband of Mary Tod, and youngest son of the late James Tod, Anstruther, Fife, Scotland, aged 54 years. Home papers please copy.

MACKLIN.—On the 14th April, at her residence,   Darlington, Rose Hannah the dearly-beloved wife     of Edward Macklin, and fifth daughter of the late John Bottrill, Kangarilla, aged 59 years.

WOOD.—On the 13th April, Albert Wood, eldest son of the late William Wood. Hipperholme, Hali-

fax, and husband of Eleanor Wood, Alberton, in

his 40th year.

LOCKWOOD.—On the 10th April, at Wallaroo, after a long and painful illness, Lydia Dinah, the dearly-beloved wife of W. Y. Lockwood, and se-     cond daughter of W. Surfield, aged 26 years. At