BIRTHS. BROADBENT.-On the 29th September, at Nalpa Nursing Home, Gladstone, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Broadbent, of Georgetown—a daughter. LITHGOW.-On the 30th September, at Cottagt Hospital, Hamley-Brilge, to Ur. and Mis. J. K. Litbgw. of Barabba— a son. MINCHIN.— On the 1st October, *t Cenldton, WesteraAustralia, the wife of Max E. Minchia a son. * '' TURNER.-OH the 2«h September, «f Tanll* Station, Kew South Wales, to luv and Mm. John H. Turner— a son. DAVEY.— On the 26th September, at 'Walthaai, Honiton, to Mr. and Mrs. John V. Davey-a son. HUTLEY.-Oc the 2nd September, at Uart street. Semaphore, the wife of W. S. Hutley-a son. GOODE.-On the 2nd October, at Edinburgh, the wife of S. D. Coode, of- Calcutta— a son. GORDON (nee Harrison).-On. the 21st Septem- ber, at Prince's road, Mitcham, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. A. Gordon-a son (Lindsay William). HARDY.-fln the 20th September, at H Wil liam street, Norwood, the wife of William Ewni Hardy— a son and a daughter. . '? HAWKER.— On the SOtb. September, at North Adelaide, the -wife ot A. Seymour Hawker— a daughter. ' HOWIE (nee Leeder).-On the «th September, I WirrapuinRi. Mrs, BrugBemann'a Nursing orae, Youiyr street. Wayville, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Howie, of Young atreet, Wayville-l son. HUTLEY.-Oa the 2nd October, at Hart street. Semaphore, the wife of W. S. Hutley— a son. JEFFERIES.-On the 3rd October, at the school wuse, Xarracoorte,, to Mr. and ilrs. L. H. Je( fries— a son. MOORE (nee Hodby).— On the 2£lh September, : Kensington road, Norwood, to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Moore— a daughter (Marjorie Edna). WHEARE.-On the 25tb September, at Black Foint, the wife of F. C. Wheare— a son. WILSEN (Giltrow).-On the 3rd October, the wife of Max. H. Wilson, of Kia Ora, Musgrave street, Goodwood Park— a son (Lancelot Max). MILLER.— On the 3rd October, at Winchester
street, Halvern. to Mr. and Mm. E. C. MUler-a daughter. Both ?nelL TOMS.— On the 1st September at Yarnlinka. Wood street, Millswood, the wife of Iinday C. Toms— a son* ? ? HALLETT.-On the 29th September, at Mist Iliggins's priratc hospital, Marracoorte, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. L. Hallett-a son (Bonald Chip-' man). MILNE.-On the 3rd October, at Mis ht Iha'i private hospital. Trinity street. College Town, the wife of Clire Milne— a daughter. P0OLE.-On the *lnd Septmbw, ul Hiss Its kin's private hospital. Trinity street, College Town, the wife of T. Poole, of North Adelaide— a dauEhter. ' \ ROLFE.-On the 21st September, at Miss Le Din's private hospital. Trinity sa-eeU College Town, the wife ol the Rev. A. J. Eolfe.' Chaolain of St. Peter's College-a Boa. ^ WISHART (nee Groves).— On the 1st October, at Angaston, to Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Wlshart -a daughter. BLESING.-On the 22nd September, at Quindoo, Petersburg, to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blesing— a daughter (Gwendoline Emily). DEAN.— On the 2nd October, at Mooringa, Bay road, Glen Osmond, the wife of E. T. Dean-a son. GRUNDY.-On the 2nd October, at Alexandra Nursing Home, Kensington, the wife of Walter Gnmdy, Hindmarsh Island— of a son. JACKSON.-On the 27th September, at Sulwicb avenue, to Mr. and Mrs. L.' S. Jacton— a aon. MARRIAGES. ANGEL—SAINT. — On the 6th August, at the Methodist Church, Balaklava, Albert Ernest, second son of Joseph Angel, Whitwarta, to Ellie Gertrude, eldest daughter of James Saint, Miranda, Saints. GRAHAM-AIKEN.-On the 2nd July, at Holy Trinity Church, Melrose, by the Rev. W. Stuart Williams, James, younger son of R. W. Graham, Tarcowie to Thirza Minnie, eldest daughter of H. J. Aiken Booleroo Whim. EVANS— EVAN.-On the 271b August, 1013, at Stow Memorial Church, Adelaide, by. the Her. Leonard Robjohns. B.A., Maurice Leslie, youngest son of the late Henry Augas Evans, Ivanhoe, Kyneton, to Gwenllian Brooke, younger daughter of C. Burton Evan, Uwchllyn, Millswood. ' At home, Iranhoe. Keyneton, Sth and Oth October. THOMSON— WARLAND.-On the 4tb September, at St. David's Church, Buruidc, by the Ker. John Warren, John, second eon of the late John Thomson. Maryborough, Queensland, to- Lucy, fourth daughter of the hie A. Warlind, Win- borne, Uuram'dc. At home, 15th and 16th Octo ber, Pamona, I'enzance street, 'Glenelg. WOOD-HENDERSON. — On the 27th August, in the Methodist Church, Owen, by Rev. H. H. Lee, Ernest Henry, son of Mr. Henry Wood, to Maggie, daughter of Mrs. Henderson, of Owen. HUGGAN-STRACHAN. - On the 27th September, at the Presbyterian Church, Broken Hill, by the Rev. W. S. Lawrie, John H. Huggan, of Glen- lyon Station, N.S.W., to Olive M., fifth daughter of George Strachan, Malvern. FOWLER-BROWNSWORTH--BIRKS. — On the 23rd' August, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Bev. Charles Bright, Walter Fowler Brownsworth (late of Khartoum, Soudan), to Margaret Eason, youngest daughter of Charles Birks, Esq., of t'eltoh, Lefevre ' terrace,' North Adelaide: At borne, October 14 and If, 203 Gover street, North Adelaide. HOW-JOBSON.-On the 7th October, at All Souk' Church, B. A., by f the Mev. ,W. CM., Murphy, Stanley James How, of Aldinga, to Alice' Maud Jobson. SULLIVAN-HARRIS.-On the 9th September, 1313, at the Presbyterian Church, Wallaroo, by the Bev.1 J. ilcLellan, Francia Arthur, eldest son o.' P. M. Sullivan, Wallaroo, to Edith Mabel, eldest daughter ot the late,W. U.. Hurru, Wal laroo. SILVER WEDDING. HOPE-COTTRELL.-On the Uth1 Octaber. 1E8S, at St. Stephen's Church, Northam, by the Rev. T. Kcmm, M.A., William Herbert Hope, 'to Annie Maud Cottrell. Priscnt address— Queen's Crescent, Mount Lawley, Western Australia. GOLDEN WEDDING. CROCKER-HARVEY.-On the 1st October, 1863, at St. George's Church, Gawler, Benjjirin John, only son of William Crocker, C.E., to Caroline U., eldert daughter of U. V. Harvey, of Onettee- Hill. Present address— Laura,' S.A.' ' EDMUNDS-BEARE.-On the 3rd October, 1863, at St Saviour's Church, Glen Osmond, by the Rev. Needham, Robert Henry Edmunds, Surveyor, of Adelaide, to Emily, daughter of the late Thomas Hudson Beare, of Netley, South Australia. DEATHS. BLOOMFIELD.— On; the 2Cth Serttcraber, at Children's Hospital, suddenly, Humphrey, the beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. G.. Bloomfield, Lovat, Carbon street, Kailwaytown, Broken Hill, aged 9 weeks. HILL.-kto the 28th September, at Willunga, ElSbTth. widow of the late Iticlard Hill, of WiUungi, in her 92nd year. A colonist of 73 years. HUGHES.— On the 1st October, at Angas street, Kent Town, dearly lbved wife of Henry Hughes, aged 72 years. JASPER.— On the 1st October, at Young street, Parkside, Winifred Carmen, dearly beloved daughter of Edward W. and Mary Jasper, aged 17 months. MOSELEY.— On the 1st October, at AdclaiHr, . Edwin, th-j dearly, beloved husband of Charlotte Moscley, .in his 6Sth year. NOTTAGE.-On the 1st October, at. the Adelaide Hospital (suddenly), Lucy Hilda, the dearly be loved wife of Thomas B. Nottage, of Simpton street, Gilberton. PALMER.-On the 25th September, .at Broken Hill, of pnenmonia, Raymond Kenneth, .dearly Moved third son of R. S..and S. E. Palmer, of Aldgate, South Australia. PARKINSON.-On the 1st October, . at In verary. Mitcbam, Sarah, the beloved wife of the Rsv. II. J. Parkinson, and dearly 'loved mother of Messrs. H. Parkinson, Port Augusta', W.J. Pirkmson. MilHccnt; Mesdames A. Morgan, Wtta watt- II. N. Moody, Kapunda; E. W. Cautt, Mount Barker; and Miss Parkinson, Mitcbam, aged 74 years.
ALDWELL.-On the 2nd October, at Westall Street, Hyde Park, Violet Agnes Helen, the dearly beloved eldest daughter of Montgomery R. and Violet Aldwell. aged 9 years and 5 months. Another bud to bloom in heaven. Melbourne papers please copy. CHURCH.-On the 2nd October, at the wri Centx of ber father (Mr. W. Stcntitord), Brotd wjy, New Glenelg, Elsie N., the ' beloved .wif« of William E. Church, aged 23 years. FINLAYSON.-On the 2nd October, Ebeneier Finlayson, the youngest eon of the late Pastor William Finbyson, aged 81 years. JOLLY.— On the 2nd October, ' at the' AoWaide HospiUl, William Henry, the beloved hnabmd of Elixabeth Jolly, of Chain ot Ponds, aged S3 years. LEISHMAN.-On the 2nd October, at Norti kit- ' laide. Adam Leishman, of Robert street, Croydon, in his fiftieth year. PARSONS.-On the 1st October, at Arttat street, Unley. Sarah Cole, widow of the lite' James R. Parsoos, of Glenelg. WALKER.— On the 30th August, at Young street, Pirkside. Ellen Walker, late of Clare, id her 70th year. At rest. HENRY.— On the 2nd October, at No. 2. Owen street, Adelaide, Mrs. Elizabeth Henry. Her end was peace. SANDERS.— On the 3rd October, at her kte re sidence. Vine street, Prospect, Elizabeth Sophia Ann Sanders, aged 82 years. ALDWELL.-On the 2nd October, at Wotall 4 street. Hyde Paik, Violet Agnes Helen, the dearly beloved eldest daughter of Montgomery R. and Violet Aldwell, aged 9 years and S months. AUSTIN.-Or. the 5th October. Ellen Heard Austin, of Dunowen, Gover street, North Adelaide, widow of the late J. B. Ajstin, aged 79 years. FARNHAM.-On the 4th October, at thf. resi- dence of hu daughter, Mrs. Congdon, Kersbrook, Giles, relict ot the late Hanora Farnbam, aged ' 86 years. LLOYD.— On the 2nd October, at Hunter's Hill, Sydney, Henry Sanderson Lloyd, M.B., eldest aim of J. S. Lloyd, aged 52 years. NALTY.— On the 5th October, at ?Washington (treet, Glenelg. Louia Anthony, beloved infant son of Frederick and Helena Nalty. NOTTAGE.-Oa the lit October, at Simpson street, Gilberton, after b few hours illness, Lucy (Hilda), dearly beloved wife of Thomas R. Not fcge, and beloved daughter ot Mrs. T. L. Even of Mackinnon parade. North Adelaide, aged 28 years. . SALTER.-On the 4th October, at Mamre' Brooke. Angaston, Edward 8alter, in his 77th year. WILLISS.-Oii the 6th October, at North Ade laide, Eliza, third daughter of Mr. G. H. Willia, ot TorrenivlUe, aged U years.. GOLOVSKY. — On the oth October.' at her resi dence, Ke*wick, Clan Golovaky, aged 39 vnit GRAY.-On the 3rd October, at Adeffi* Andrew Gray, late Keith. Interred Sunday, Walkerville Cemetery. GRUNDY.— On the 7th October, Walter, the in- ' fant son of Walter and Charlotte Grundy, sud denly, ot heart failure, aged tour days. SHIPARD.— On _ the 4th October, at Mount Pleasant Private HospiUl, after a short illstu of pneumonia, Charles, the dearly beloved hus- band of Elizabeth Shipard. of GlcnoaV. Mount Cooper, west coast, aged 60 ytan. 'Sleep on, wloved one, deep on. We lowd thee wdl.-but Jesus loved you best.