BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of. Births, Marriages, an;l Deaths, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in The Register, The Observer, The Evening Journal, and Special Summary prepared for trans mission to England for the single charge of Half a Crown; extra lines, -kl. each. The name and address of the sender must in all cases bs given. JIARItlAGES. KNIGHT-WARD.-On the 20th September, at the Methodist Church, Parkside, by the Rev. R. S. Casely, L. Barrington, eldest son of B. J. Knight, Esq., J.P., to Edith Neild, eldest daughter of John Ward, Esq., Wilkinson road, Parkside. At home, Elvington, Port Pirie, October 25 and 26. MORGAN— DUTTOX-GREBN'.— On the Utli Oc tober, at St. Oswald's Church, I'arksidc, by the Rev. E. A. Forbes, Alexander Mathoson Morgan, M.H., younirer son of the late Sir William Morgan, to Myrtle Ellen, youngest daughter of G. Wirtton Creen, of Holmlield, South terrace. STEINWEOEL-OORMVKM,.— On the 5th Oc tober, at Undalya, - l-y the Rev. John Blackct, W. A. Steimveoel, oldest son of A. W. Steinwedel, of Halaklavn, to Mary Payen, second daughter or P. Gormrcll, of Undalya. DEATHS. CHALMERS.— On the 18th October, at her resi- dence, Glensloy, Childers street. Benjamina Horne, widow of the late Andrew Chalmers, M.D., and daughter of the late Allan McFarlane, of Wel- lington Lodge, South Australia. No flowers by request. PROUD.— On the IStli O&ober. at his residence. Blackwood, Cornelius Proud, in his 53rd year.