BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. AND DEATHS BIRTHS. FRISBY-SMITH.—On the 22nd June, at Regent street, Parkside, Mrs. C. Frisby-Smith, of a son (stillborn). BECK.—On lie 20th Jane, at Victoria street, Payneham, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Beck—a dagh- ter. DAVIS.—On the 8th June, at Calton, Railway ter- race west, Snowtown, to Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Davis —a son (Robert Bruce). Both doing well. DOUGLAS.—On the 8th June, at Victor Har- bour, the wife of F. J. Douglas—a daughter. MILLINGTON.—On th.' HUi June, at Wilming- ton, the wife of Paul Millington—a son (Alwya John). READ.—On the 22nd June, at Collingwood Farm, Gladstone, the wife of Geo. Read—a daughter. RUDD.—On the 15th June, at Mrs. Green's Nurs- ing Home, Moonta, to Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Rudd (nee Edith Crosby), of Troubridge, Arthurton, Y.P.—a son (Vivian Wilbur). MELLOR.—0n the 5th June, at Mrs. Cornell's Private Hospital, Port Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mellor—a son. BEDNALL.—On the 23rd June, at Victoria ter- race, NewParkside, to Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Bed- nall—a daughter. FORD.—On the 15th June, at Warrane, Pros- pect, the wife ot A. E. Ford—a daughter. SCOTT.—On the 26th Jnne, at 39 West terrace, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Scott—a son. MARRIAGES. PEDERICK—JOHNSTON.—On the 27th April, at Nallian Baptist Church, East Wagin, by Rev. J. S. Nelson, William Harold, eldest son of R. A. Pederick, Woodburn, Gawler River, South Aus- tralia, to Evelyn, youngest daughter of George Johnston, Beulah, East Wagin, W.A. ROGERS—DALTON.—On the 30th March, at St. Matthew's Church, Kensington, by the Rev. R. W. Dempster, John George, eldest son of Alfred J. Rogers, Tantanoola, to Jessie Mabel, second daughter of Charles Henry Dalton, Kensington Park. CAMPBELL—LETHEBY.—On the 2nd June, at St. Mary's Anglican Church, Wallaroo, by the Rev. J. Colville, M.A., assisted by the Rev. E. Inger, B.A., of Port Lincoln, G. Murray, second son of Jno. Campbell, Green Island, N.Z., to Ivy Cecelia, daughter of Ray Letheby, chemist, Wallaroo. Melbourne, Sydney, and Dunnedin pa- pers please copy. Present address, S.A. Hotel, Adelaide. ERRINGTON—MELLOR.—On the 6th June, at the residence of the bride's parent, Chatham street, Adelaide, by Pastor Kinlayson, Joseph Er- rington, to Mary Mellor, only daughter of the late Abraham Mellor. MORAN—CRUTCHETT.—On the 11th May, at St. Francis R.C. Church, Moonta, by the Rev. father Hourigan, Francis Herbert (Frank), eldest son of F. Moran, Esq., of Gawler, to Lucretia Kate (Lou), eldest daughter of P. N. Crutchett, of Moonta. NETTLEBECK—RILEY.—On the 11th May, at St. Bartholomew's Church, Norwood, by the Rev. G. H. Jose, Adolph Ferdinand, second sur- viving son of Herman H. Nettelbeck, to Lily Ann, eldest daughter of the late Edward Riley. Both of Kent Town. ANDERSON—BISHOP.—On the 20th April, at the Methodist Church, Stansbury, by the Rev. Lee, Walter John, second son of Alex. Anderson, Esq., Rockglen, Stansbury, to Mary, second daughter of Henry Bishop, Esq., Woodleigh, Oaklands. DERNEDDE—RIGBY.—On the 22nd June, at St. James's, West Adelaide, by the Rev. W. Wehrstedt, August, son of H. Dernedde, Lasfelds, Hanover, Germany, to Verena, daughter of A. and the late E. G. Rigby, Tanunda. FALCONER—HUGHES.—On the 1st June, at St. Augustine's Church, Unley, by the Very Rev. Dean Young, Archibald Keith, third son of the late A. C. Falconer, Adelaide, to Ellen Euphemis (Nellie), only daughter of J. W. Hughes, Mount Gambier.
MURRAY—WIGG.—On the 8th June, at St. Peter's College Chapel, by the Rev. Henry Girdle- stone, Olive, elder daughter of Dr. A. E. Wigg, Norwood, to John Stanley, son of the late John Murray, Wirrabara. DIAMOND WEDDING. HUGHES—STODART.—On the 26th June, 1850, at the Church of St. Matthew, Kensington, by the Rev. F. Platt, A.M., W. F. Hughes, of Bleakside, near Woodside, to Mary Stodart, of Nairne. DEATHS. JOKES.—On the 21st June, at Good View, Mannanarie, Frederick, dearly beloved husband of A. J. Jones, aged 74 years, leaving a widow, 3 sons, and 3 daughters to mourn their sad loss. TWGDEN.—On the 14th June, at Morchard, Alice Florance, the dearly beloved daughter of Susan and the late Thomas Twigden, aged 27 years. Deeply regretted by all who knew her. Asleep in Jesus. BARLOW.—On the 23rd June, at Miss Hill's hospital, Marion Amina (Mena), fourth dearly be- loved daughter of Ebenezer and Ellen Barlow, Dulwicti. aged 29 years. BREWSTER.—On the 17th June, at Quorn, Elsie May, beloved wife of Isaac L. Brewster, and eldest daughter of G. and E. Summerton, aged 27 years, leaving a husband and two young chil- dren to mourn their sad loss. At rest after a long illness, borne with Christian fortitude. BURTON.—On the 21st June, at Glencoc, Maria, beloved wife of F. G. Burton, aged 67 years. FRASER.—On the 16th June, at her residence, Belvidere, near Marrabel. Hannah, wife of John Fraser, relict of the late Charles Shephard, and beloved mother of Charles Shephard and Mrs. G. West, of Broken Hill, and of George and Henry Shephard, and Mrs. J. D. Howett, of Mar- rabel, in her74th year. A colonist of 70 years. MERCER.—On the 20th June, at Renmark, Henry, the beloved husband of Ada Mercer, aged 35. NORTH.—On the 10th June, at her parent's resi- dence, Kensington road, Marryatville, Beryl, dearly beloved eldest daughter of Ernest and M. North, aged 17 years and 7 months. SAINT.—On the 23rd June, at her daughters residence (Mrs. Troy), Hindley street, Elizabeth, the beloved mother of Mrs. R. Tymmons and Miss Saint, late of Kapunda. Arrived in Cleveland, 1839. Deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. SMITH.—On the 19th June, at Railwaytown, Broken Hill, of typhoid fever, Elsie Maud, dearly beloved daughter of Seth and M. A. Smith, and granddaughter of A. McLean, Marryatville, aged 17 years. BARNARD.—On the 24th June, at Unley, Mary, dearly beloved wife of T. L. Barnard, aged 64 years. PICK.—On the 23rd June, at Terowie, Frances Margaret Lucy (Maggie), only daughter of J. E. and D. Pick, aged 12½ years. R.I.P. REDDEN.—On the 24th June, at Marion, Wil- liam J., the beloved husband of Ruby Redden, aggd 23 years. JOHN.—On the 26th June, at her residence, Woolnough road, Exeter, Maria, dearly beloved wife of Henry John. W.A. papers please copy. LEE.—On the 19th June, at Hindmarsh, the Rev. Father Lee. R.I.P. EDWARDS.—On the 28th June, at her late residence, Lyndhurst, Lurline street, West Ade- laide, Mrs. F. W. Edwards, late of Norwood and Victoria, in her 93rd year. HEBERLET.—On the 25th June, at Alton Cottage, Kensington, James William George Carbury Hebert, Professor of Music, youngest son of the late Andrew Heberlet, Esq., second in command of the old East Indian Company. LAWSON.—On the 26th June, at the Adelaide Hospital, after a short illness, James Cottier, of Cassie street, Walkerville, leaving two sons and five daughters, aged 58 years. MACLENNAN—On the 28th June, at the Marse. Mount Pleasant, Elizabeth Thornton (Bessie), be- loved and only surviving daughter of the Rev. Alexander and Johanna T. Maclennan, aged 15 years. TAYLOR.—On thfe 28th June, at Spencer terrace. Glenelg Elenor (Nell), second youngest daughter of James William and Phebe Jane Tavlor, aged 23 years. PYRRELL.—On the 28th June at Ru Ras Pri- vate Hospital, Edith, dearly beloved wife of H. L, Tyrrell, Melbourne street, North Adelaide.