SUMMARY. BIRTHS. DICKSON (nee Cocks). —On the 19th January, at Tarawera, Harrow road, St. Peters, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dickson —a daughter. HEWETT. —On the 19th January, at Karatta, Blackwood, the wife of A. E. Hewett, of a son. WOOLFORD. —On the 19th January, at Teatree Gully, the wife of Arnold Woolford —a son (Donald Arnold). GRIMSHAW. —On the 19th January, at Quambi, N.A., to Mr. and Mrs. Grimshaw, Robert street, Croydon —a son. LLOYD (nee Lindsay). —On the 17th January, at Penola road, Mount Gambier, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Bertram Lloyd —a son. PERRY. —On the 22nd January, at Angaston, to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Perry, of Keyneton —a son. (Thomas Gordon.) RICHARDSON. —On tbe 15th January, at Nurse Walsh's Private Hospital, Rose Park, the wife of C. N. Richardson —a daughter. COLLINGS. —On the 22nd January, at John street, Norwood, the wife, of Leslie G. Collings — a daughter (Lillian Eunice). Both well. DAVIES (nee Roach). —On the 22nd January, at Quisisana, €20 St. Kilda road, Melbourne, to Capt. and Mrs. D. P. Davies, Commonwealth Director of Navigation-a daughter. Both doing well. JEWIS. —On the 20th January, at Alexander avenue, Rose Park, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Jewis —a daughter (Lois Greville). MARRIAGES. ROADS—LAMBERT. —On the 12th January, at Mile-End, by Rev. W. W. Finch, Frank, second son of late Sandy Roads, Yankalilla, to Ellen Ruth Lambert, second daughter of David Lambert, To witta. TURNER — CONWAY. — On the 16th December, by the Rev. R. P. Hewgill, at St. John's, Ade- laide, Alfred Arbuthnot, only son of the late Charles Henry Turner, of London, to Theodora Beatrice, second daughter of Henry E. Capper, of Malvern, Adelaide. DRISCOLL—EVANS. —On the 26th December, 1914, at the Presbyterian. Manse, Goodwood by the Rev. R. Mitchell, Henry R. H., second' son of Mr. H. J. Driscoll, Wayville, to Ivy V., yoongest daughter of Mr. J. E. Evans, St Peteis. INGLIS—MANUEL. —On the 12th December, 1914, at St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide, by the Rev. M. Williams, B.A., Arthur John, eldest eon of Capt. John Inglis, of Exeter, to Alice Amanda, eldest daughter of John Manuel, of SandwelL MARTIN—BRADLEY. —On the 23rd December, at Mangalo, First avenue, Joslin Park, by the Rev. S. Fairey, George William Martin, of Ascot Vale, to Jessie Bradley, second surviving daughter of Mr. John G. Forster, Harrow road, College Park. WORTHLEY—JOHNSTON. —On the 20th Janu- ary, at the Tesidence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Thomas Hope, Owen, youngest son of Mr. R. C. Worthley, of Hindmarsh, to May, daughter of Mr. Win. Johnston, of Croydon. McGHIE—LOUTIT. —On the 16th December, 1914 at Elsternwick, Victoria, by Rev. Charles Neville, Charles, fifth son of Mrs. James McGhie, Gympie, Queensland, to Marion Grace, only daughter of Mrs. W. F. Loutit, North Unley. LAWRIE—EDMONDS. —On the 7th January, at the residence of the bride's parents, Macclesfield, by the Rev. E. W. Caust, Wilfred Theodore, son of Mr. Nicol Brown Lawrie, Moonta, to Edith Rose Edmonds, fourth daughter of Mr. Charles W. Edmonds, Macclesfield. DEATHS. HOWARD. —On tbe 20th January, Ernest Wil- liam Howard, of The Marion, son of late Rev. Routh Howard, Lincolnshire, England. JENSEN. —On the 17th January, at her late residence, Port Pirie West, Be Delia Marie, dearly beloved wife of John Jensen, and mother of Messrs. Frank, B. T., J. P., and Miss B. D. M. Donnelly, aged 43 years. Requiescat in Pace. McDONALD. —On the 20th January, at her Tesidence, Ocean street, Victor Harbour, Eliza beth, relict of the late Mr. James McDonald, aged 58 years. R.I.P. WILLIAMS. —On the 19th January, at his resi dence, Clarke street, Walkerville, John, tbe be loved husband of Martha Williams, aged 82 years. A patient sufferer gone to rest. VINE. —Ivor Donald, infant son of E. S. and M. Vine, post office, Bute, aged 14 months. Jesus called him. HALL. —On the 22nd January, at his late resi- dence, Parker street, Mile-End, John Shadrack, the dearly beloved husband of Emma Hall, in his 63rd year. McDOUGALL. —On the 22nd January, at his residence, Well street, Stepney, Donald, beloved husband of Janet McDougall, in his 86th year. MOODY. —On the 22nd January, at Fisher street, Malvern, Janet McNaughton, youngest beloved daughter of M. A. and the late W. A. Moody, aged 16 years. WATERMAN. —On the 22nd January, at the Parade, Norwood, Helen Oriana (Nell), the third beloved daughter of Emily and the late John Waterman, late of Maylands. AUGUST.— On the 23rd January (suddenly), at Devon street, Goodwood, Elizabeth Caroline, the dearly beloved wife of J. C. August, in her 66th year. COSH. —On the 23rd January, at her father's residence, 51 Wattle street, Fullarton, Rose Alma, dearly beloved fifth daughter of G. W. and M. Cosh, aged 28 years. RICHARDS. —On the 26th January, at Oxford street, Hyde Park, of meningitis, Albert Graham, beloved eldest child of Cecil G. and Ethel M. Richards, aged 9 years and 4 months. BEHN. —On the 21st January, at her late resi- dence, Steelton, Dorothea, the beloved wife of G. Behn. in her 78th year. SKELTON. —On the 20th January, at Bute, the beloved wife of James Skelton, aged 63 years. DAWSON. —On the 23rd January, at Merrindie, Charlotte, beloved wife of Charles Dawson, late of Mount Bryan, aged 78 years. Arrived in Royal Sovereign, 1849. FRANCIS. —On the 23rd January, Florence Edith, beloved, daughter of A. E. Francis and the late H. T. Francis, Danescombe, Winchester street, St. Peters. ORR. —On the 24th January, at Miss Hill's Hospital, George, the beloved husband of Annie M. Orr, in his sixty-sixth year. PASCO. —On the 17th January, at Canowie, Gwendolyn Dulcie, beloved daughter of Albert W. and Sue D. Pasco, aged 5 months. Another bud to bloom above. HISCOCK. —On the 24th January, at her resi- dence, Meningie, Caroline Hiscock, relict of the late William Hiscock, aged 80 years. MACKERETH. —On the 24th January, Ellen Har- riet, eldest daughter of the late James and Henrietta Lucie Mackereth. WAGNER. —On the 25th January, at Augusta street, Maylands, Carl August Wagner, in his 81st year. A colonist of 61 years. JONES. —On the 26th January, at the residence of his granddaughter, Florence street, Goodwood, James Jones, late of Jamestown, in his 92nd year.