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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS BIRTHS. PERRIN.— On the 23rd October, at tho Vicarage, Quorn, the wife of the Rev. F. E. Perrin, of a son. PLAYFORD.— Ou the 30th October, at Norton's Summit, the wife of Thomas Playford, jun., of a daughter. PROSSER.— On the 30th October, at Goodwood Park, the wife of G. H. Prosser. of a daughter. MARRIAGES. EVANS— MOODY.— On the 3rd October, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. E. W. Ellis, Walter Henry, youngest con of Mr. B. C. Evans, Preston, Victoria, to Eloise Maud, daughter of Mr. S. L. Moody, North Adelaide. FREEMAN— WILCOTT.— On the 14th October, at Ashby Farm, Calca, the residence of the bride's brother, by the Rev. W. G. Blackmore, Arthur Ernest, fifth son of Mr. J. A. Freeman, Postmaster, to Charlotte, daughter of Mr. W. Wilcott. GOODE-GOODE.— On the 25th October, at Kyre House, Aldinga, by the Rev. A. Stubbs, Albert, youngest son of Matthew Goode, Adelaide, to Frances Ethel, third daughter of H. A. Goode, Aldinga. HIGHMOOR — BAILEY. — On the 13th September, at Christ Church, Wanganui, New Zealand, by the Rev. T. B. Maclean, M.A., vicar, George Samuel, second surviving son of the late Samuel Highmoor, of Coldstone and Norton Conyers, Ripon, Yorkshire, to Susan Serjeant, eldest daughter of the late J.M. BAILEYy, of Gawler,   South Australia. JONES-McPHERSON.-On the 16th October, at the P.M. Church, Yongala, by the Rev. S. Wellington, Samuel D. fifth son of Leyshon Jones, Esq., Wallaroo, to Alice M., third daughter of Robert McPherson, Esq. , Yongala. KEMPE— GILES.— On the 22nd October, at Algebuckina, Peake Station, by the Rev. W.S   Hopcraft, Ernest Courtenay Kempa, third son of   the Rev. Alfred Arrow Kempe, Rector of Wexham,   Buckinghamshire, England, to Marguerite Maude, eldest daughter of Edgar Giles, Esq. LANE-GUENTHER.— On the 20th October, at   the residence of Mr. A. J. Cornish, Olive-road, St. Peters, by the Rev. W. Penry Jones, George, eldest son of Edward Lane, late of Gawler, to Wilhemina   Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Earnest Guenther, of St. Peters. DEATHS BURTON.— On the 29th October, at the National Bank, Kadina, Charles Henry, the beloved husband of M. S. W. Burton, leaving a wife and six young children to mourn their sad loss. DAVIS.— On the 11th September, at Penzance,   England, Captain E.L. Davis, father of Mrs. Penrose,   the Manse, Glanville, aged 81 years. For   forty-seven years Lightkeeper St. Agnes, Scilly Isles. DOIG. — On the 3rd November, at her residence, O'Connell-street, North Adelaide, Alice, the dearly beloved wife of Robert Doig, aged 33 years. GREENWOOD.— On the 25th September, at Eastbourne, England, J. G. Greenwood, Esq., LLD., late Principal of Owen's College, Manchester,     and brother of James Greenwood,   chemist, North Adelaide, aged 74 years. HILTON.— On the 23rd October, at Castle-street, Parkside, Jessie, the beloved wife of William Charles Hilton, and youngest daughter of the late Mr. William Sketheway, of Young-street, Adelaide, aged 52 years. HOCKING.— On the 1st November, at Medindie, Thomas Hocking, the beloved husband of E. C. Hocking, in his 48th year.     JOHNSON.— On the 3rd November, at Washington street, Glenelg, Thomas Johnson, in his 75th   year. A colonist of 41 yeirs. KINNEAR.— On the 15th August, at Anthony's Lagoon (Central Australia), from the effects of a severe cold, Michael, the eldest and dearly loved son of Edward Kinnear, late of Stirling, aged 31 years. A great favourite with all acquaintances. MCCARTHY.— On the 31st October, at Howard street, Hindmarsh, Emily M, the beloved wife of John McCarthy, aged 41. MIELS. - On the 25th October, at Littlehampton, Christian Miels, aged 87 years, leaving seven sons, forty-six grandchildren, and fifty-five great-grand- children to mourn their loss. A colonist of 29 years.   Our mother's gone to rest at last, Her sufferings now ara o'er, And, O! the joy, new life began On that bright, happy shore. Inserted on behalf of the survivors. J. Miels, Margaret-street. MILLER —On the 29th October, at her residence, Shipster's-road, Kensington Park. Mary, the be beloved wife of the Rev. E. K. Miller, aged 73 years. MORRIS.— On the 24th October, at Crusoe Valley. Victoria. William Morris, aged 86 years. MURRAY.— On the 2nd November, at Adelaide, George Marriott, beloved husband of Sj. Mar.ay and eldest son of tha late J. K. Murray, aged 39 years. PATERSON.— On the 26th October, at Harria tfrreet, Exeter, Margaret, tho beloved wife of William D. P&torson, aged 34 years. Leith and Bdinburgli papers copy. UO5S.— On tbe 25Ui October, w, Alba.ny,smVlenly, William Alexander Eoss, son-in-law of T. J. S. O'H-.lloran, S.M. SCO1T.— On the 24th October, at Broken Hill, Wiliiam, beioved son of John and Catherine S:oit, of Truro. ased 29 years and 11 months. SCRUTTON.— On the 3rd November, at her late residence, Moseley-street, Glenelg, Margaret, be loved wife of T. U. Scrutton, and third daughter of the late Rev. J. B. Austin, in her 60th year. THORN.— On the 31st October, at Private   Hospital, Kent-terrace. Norwood. John Thorn, of Bugle Ranges, formerly of Moorlinch, Somerset- shire, England, aged 74 years. TOLLBY.— On tlie 29th October, st Glnup.lg, Qhdya Lucy, the eldest danghter of Sjduey and Lucy Tolley, anod S years WtNCK.Y.— On the Slsfc October, af, Gaoler, William Faulkner, tho beloved husband of M. J. Wincey, aged 57 years.