BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
HARCUS.—On the 28th October, at Norwood, the wife of the Rev. W. Harcus, of a daughter.
PRENDIVILLE.—On 26th October, at Willaston, near Gawler, the wife of Mr. John Prendiville, of a son.
WARD.—On the 2nd November, at Barnard-street, North Adelaide, the wife of Edward Grant Ward, of a son.
MORTON.—On the 4th November, at her residence, No. 1, Wesley-terrace, Parade, Norwood, the wife of Mr. Thomas O. Morton, of a daughter.
COLE.—On the 25th October, at Lindfield, Barossa, the wife of Mr. George W. Cole, M.P., of a daughter.
LESTER.—On the 30th November, at the Commercial
Hotel, Wallaroo Bay, the wife of Mr. Henry Lester, of a son.
BREWER.—On the 9th November, at North Adelaide, Mrs. W. Brewer, of a son.
ELLERSHAW.—On the 12th November, at North Ken- sington, Mrs. Ellershaw, of a son.
OTTAWAY.—On November 12, at the Seaside Hotel, Brighton, Mrs. T. Ottaway, of a son.
McCORD.—On Monday, November 18, at Port Gawler, Mrs. W. McCord, of a daughter.
SQUARE.—On the 19th September, at Wallaroo, Mrs. W. Square, of a son.
SANDERS. — On the 22nd November, at Hindley-street,
Mrs. John Stuart Sanders, of a son.
ADDISON.—On the 24tn November, the wife of James Addison, of King William-street, of a daughter.
YOUNG—RICHMAN.—On the 24th October, at St. Mark's, Penwortham, by the Rev. W. Wood, Gavin D. Young, Esq., Wallaroo, to Frances, daughter of J. H. Rich- man, Esq., of Warnbunga.
MARTIN—HALLIDAY.—On the 28th October, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. Dean Farrell, Alfred, fourth son of Mr. Benjamin Martin, of Magill, farmer, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. James Halliday, of Burnside.
FREEBAIRN—McDONALD.—On the 27th September, at Adelaide, by licence, by the Rev. Robert Haining, Mr. John Youl Freebairn, farmer, Alma Plains, second son of Mr. James Freebairn, O'Halloran Hill, to Euphemia, fourth
daughter of the late Mr. Archibald McDonald, Tyree, Argyll-
WILLIAMS—MOYLE.—On the 24th October, by the Rev. Charles Colwell, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Edward Williams, of Kapunda, to Mary Connars, second daughter of Mr. John P. Moyle, of Kapunda.
BURFORD—MESSENT.—On 31st October, by the Rev.
George Stonehouse, Baptist Minister, W. H. Burford, Ade- laide, to Mary Ann Messent, second daughter of Samuel Messent, Adelaide, late of St. George's East, London.
BRIGGS—GIBB.—On the 5th November, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. C. Marryatt, Captain
Briggs, of the ship Victory, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter
of Mr. William Gibb, of Queenstown.
HILL—GOWENLOCK.—On the 9th November, by spe- cial licence, by the Rev. Spencer Williams, Mr. George Hill, the youngest son of Mr. Thomas Hill, Auckland-street, Adelaide, to Mary, the eldest daughter of Mr. Robert James
Gowenlock, of this city.
IDE—BOLTE.—On the 14th November, at Blakiston, by the Rev. W. B. Andrews, by licence, Thomas Ide, to Matilda
Bolte, both of Hahndorf.
ALLEN—TOLLEY.—On the 4th November, at Willunga, by the Rev. T. R. Neville, John Arthur, son of Edward Allen, Esq., Kerry, Montgomeryshire, to Mary Jones, daughter of the late Thomas Tolley, Esq., Buckland, Herefordshire, England.
DUNSTAN—TOY.—On the 16th November, at his resi- dence, Rundle-street, by the Rev. W. Butters, Wesleyan Minister, Mr. Walter Dunstan, to Eliza, fourth, daughter of Mr. Samuel Toy, of Porkellis, Cornwall, England.
FELDHEIM—HART.—On the 20th of November, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Isaac Feldheim, mer- chant, of Melbourne, to Rachel Harriet, eldest daughter of Samuel Hart, Esq., 205, Hindley-street west.
CLODE—WOOLLACOTT.—On the 15th November, in the United Presbyterian Church, at Kooringa, by the Rev. Mr. Davidson, Henry, eldest son of Mr. R. G. Clode, of Windsor, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Woolla- cott, of the Smelters' Home, Kooringa.
DALE.—On the 28th October, at her residence, North- terrace, Fanny Robinson, relict of the late George Dale Esq., of Hindley-street, chemist.
McCARTHY.—On the 31st October, in North-terrace, Adelaide, of measles, Mary McCarthy, late of Carha, County of Clare, Ireland, for several years a faithful servant of Sir
J. H. Fisher.
HAY.—On the 1st November, at Linden, near Adelaide, of
measles, Helen, youngest daughter of Alexander Hay, aged
3 years and 9 months.
BRUCE.—On the 2nd November, at Norwood, William Leslie, infant son and only child of Talbot Baines Bruce, Esq.
CRAWFORD.—On the 18th September, at Fiji, Mary Ann, wife of Henry S. Crawford, Esq., late of Adelaide.
DANIELS.—On the 4th November, of typhoid fever, at Melbourne, Victoria, Lucy, aged 6 years, and Isabella, aged 3 years, the beloved children of John and Rose Daniels.
WESTROP.—On the 5th November, at the residence of his brother, Stepney, Mr. Thomas Westrop, after a long and painful illness of disease of the heart, aged 21 years.
SPICER.—On the 4th November, suddenly, through the bursting of a blood vessel, at the residence of his brother, William C. Spicer, Brinscombe, near Auburn, Edward Spicer, aged 23 years, late of Kyneton, Victoria.
McCULLOGH.—On the 14th November, of dysentery, Margaret, youngest daughter of Robert and Sarah McCullogh, at Gray-street, Adelaide, aged 14 weeks.
THOMPSON.—William Thompson, Esq., (of the firm of Abrahams & Thompson), aged 27 years, of apoplexy, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.
DOWDEN.—On the 5th August, at his residence, Rath Lee, Sunday's Well, Cork, Ireland, after three days' illness, Richard Dowden (Richard), Esq., deeply regretted by all who knew him, especially by the poor, as he was connected with nearly all the charitable institutions of Cork, and was a gentleman whose liberal hand was always distributing the seeds of temperance, benevolence, and charity.
REEDMAN.—On the 20th November, at Beulah-road, Norwood, aged 1 year and 7 months, the daughter of E. M.
DUNN.—On the 21st November, of measles, Spencer Allen, second son of John and Elizabeth Dunn, of Mount Barker, aged 14 months.