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SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements ot Births, Marriages, and Deaths, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in 'The Register,' 'The Obser- ver,' 'The Evening Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission to Eng land for tbe single charge ot Half a Crown; extra line*, 6d. each. The name and address of. tbe sender must in all cases be given. BIRTHS.   JENKIN. — On the 18th February.' at Bursey Farm, Two Wells, the wife of E. Jenkin, jun., of twin sons. WURFEL. — On the 18th February, at "Gum   Park," Reeves Plains, tbe wife of H. J. Wurfel-- a daughter; both well. MARRIAGES. BANKS—KEALY.—On the 14th November, 1898,   at St. Alphonsus' Roman Catholic Church, Milli- cent by the Rev. Father McEvoy, Arthur Doris, eldest son of Arthur Banks, of Robe, to Annie E., second daughter of W. T. Kealy, of Gum Tree Park, Millicent. DEATHS. BENNETT.-On the 11th February, at Moonta, Elizabeth Bennett, relict of the late Thomas B. Bennett, of Payneham-road, aged 88 years. A colonist of 1839. HARRISON.-On the 17th February, at Terowie, Annie, the beloved wife of G. T. Harrison, aged 76 rears. Resident in Terowie for seventeen years; a colonist of forty-seven years. WILLIAMSON.-On the 30th Februarv, at Wood ville, James, beloved husband of Ada Williamson, and son ot J. Williamson, Goodwood, in his 37th year. IN MEMORIAM. FOSTER.— In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who died on the 21st February, 1892, at Carneton, aged 3t years. Dearest mother, thou has left us, We thy loss can deeply feel.     But 'tis God who hath bereft us. He can all our sorrow heal. —Inserted by her loving sons and daughter!.

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