BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. AND DEATHS.! SPECIAL KOTICE. 1 Announcements' of Births, HirriaRCS, and ' Deaths not . exceedin* five line* are inserted once each, in The Register, The Observer, The Evening; j Journal, and Special Summary prepared for trans- j mission to Encland, tor tie single charge of Half ; o Crown; extra lines 6d. cadi. The name and (ddrea cl the sender must in all cases be given. BIRTHS. MeMICHAEL.-On the 13th April, at Fcrharo, Alexandra avenue, Hose Park, to Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. McMichael-a son. MARRIAGES. ALLIN-RONCHETTI.-On the .22nd March, aj. Archer Street Church, North Adelaide, by Rev. Vivian Koberts, Reginald Allin, of Manchester, England, to Emmie Honchctti, of North Adelaide. Present addtess, Gumnor, Fitsroy street, Milson's Point, Sydney. BOOTHBY-UPPINGTON.-On the 18th April, at St. Peter's Cathedral, by the Rev. Dr. Miln6, Theodric, son ot the late Bcnjandn Boothby, to Bessie, daughter of Walter Uppington, of North Adelaide. CURKE-nANNAFORD.-0n the 1st March, at the Cudlee Creek Methodist Church, by the Rev. W. A. Dunn, assisted by ttev. T. McNeil, 1). Lace Cbrke, of Mona Vale, Tarlec, to Ethel Mona, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilannaford, of Riverside, Millbrook. COOK-WILUAMS.-On the 27th March, »t St. Luke's Church, Whitrnore . square, Adelaide, by th« iRev. W. G. Marsli, John Frederick Cook, of Kapunda, to Emilie Raynor, eldest daughter of T. C. IL Williams, Brown street, Adelaide. At borne, Tuesday, April 25. COPE-KOWR-On the ISth Awil, at the rcsi denco of the bride, by the Rev. w. Gray, Albert Edward, third son of Mr. S. Cope, Mount Barker, to Kuby Klvina, second daughter of Mr. J. Bowe, Goodwood Park. McFARLANE—HAWKER.—On the 19th April, at Crafers Church, by the Rev. L. T. Maund, Gor- don Hector, youngest son of the late Alan McFar- lane, Esq., of Wellington Lodge, Lake Alexan- drina, to Doris Philippa, elder daughter of Wal- ter Hawker, Esq., of Anama, Clare, and of Derry- more, Stirling West. KESS-McRAE.-On the 12th April, at the Pita byterian Church, Strathalbyn, by the Rev. O. I-ove, Aneaa, eldest «on of U. Ness, of Mount Prummond, to Olive Slay, eldest daughter ot 0. If. McRaf, of Strathalbyn. \VILLIAMS-BRINE.-On the 15th March, at the llroad Creek Methodist Church, by the Rev. Wellington, William AUenburough, third son of Henry Williams, of Telowie, to Lydia Lctitla, third daughter ot Mr. James Brine, of Telowie. SILVER WEDDING. SANDERS-PARTRlDGE.-On the 22nd April, 1868, at Campbelltown, by special licence, by the Rev. Alfred Horner, Arthur Charles, second son of W. C. Sanders, of the Avenue, Medindie, to Alice, fourth daughter of James Partridge, of H,M.C.S and Royal Engineers London. Present address- Sunnyside, Barton Terrace west, North Adelaide. DEATHS. COXON.-On the 12th April, at the residence of her Son-in-law (Mr. D. G. Wilson, Rosomont street, Norwood), Agnta Sinclair Ooxon, the be loved mother of Mrs. D. O. Wilson, Mr«. J. W. Lvon (Sydney), and Mr. W. W. Coxon (Ballarat), aeed 91 yean. Arrived in the ship Banard, 1853. DELbRIDCE.-On the 21st April, at Alexasdn avenue, Bosu Park, Jessie, the dearly beloved wife ot Pearce Delbridge; eldest daughter of Thomas Rhodes. HOLMES.-On the 21st April, at Victoria Park, George Milton, the infant son of E. M. and the late Harry Holmes, aged 5 months. "Another little bud to bloom in heaven." HOWARD.-On the 18th April, at Nactanu result of trap accident, Timothy Ambrose, beloved husba.id ot Ellen Howard, aged 43 yean. R.I.P. HUBBLE. -On the 20th April, at King William road, Hyde Park, Krues: Aifreii, dearly- beloved husband of Edith Mary Hubble, and eldert son of the late Frederick James Hubble, oi the. G.P.U, ?iged % yrars. 'He is*iot here. He is risen.' IN MEMORIAM. AHEARS.— In loving mtmory of our dear fuller, who died at liliiiftoo oa the 22nd April. 1V10. We wlio loved him miss him most. —Inserted by his loving family.