BIRTHS. KINGHORN. —On the 17th June, at Queens town, Mrs. W. Kinghorn, of a son. MARSHALL. —On the 18th June, at Unley, Mrs. Thomas Marshall, of a son. LEWIS. —On the 23rd June, at Kapunda, Mrs. W. Lewis, of a daughter. KAY.— On the 24th June, at Hawthorne, Magill, Mrs. William Kay, of a son. OLDHAM. —On the 24th June, at Nailsworth, Mrs. Nathaniel Oldham, of a son. CREWS. —On the 24th June, at Oxland, the wife of J. Crews, of a son. MARRIAGE. MAY —MORPHETT. —On the 24th June, at St. Peter's, Glenelg, by the Right Rev. the Bishop of Adelaide, assisted by the Rev. J. Stuart Jackson, Charles William May, Esq., of St. Peter's Col legiate School, Adelaide, to Amy Gawler, second daughter of the Hon. John Morpnett, of Cummins, Chief Secretary of the Province of South Australia, and grand-daughter of the Hon. Sir J. H. Fisher, President of the Legislative Council. DEATHS. BOSWORTH. —On the 8th June, at Pendita, Western Plains, Henry Thomas, second son of R. Bosworth, Esq., of Prior's Court, Noarlunga, late of Cricklewood, Middlesex, England, aged 27 years. CAPPER. —On the 22nd June, at Unley, after a long illness, Mr. Alfred Capper, aged 40 years. COLE. —On the 23rd June, at his residence, Enfield, after a long illness, J. W. Cole, Esq., architect, aged 53 years.