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BOWDEN.-On May 2. 1903, at Haaeldene,

Hobart, the wife of Frank Bowden: a

son. ,. .

GATEHOUSE.-On May 1, 1903, the wife

of A. W. Gatehouse, Harefield, Sorell: a daughter. , ., HALL. - On April 14, 1903, at "Corvalie,

West Devonport, the wife of A C. Hall:

a son.

McWHINNEY. - On April 15, 1903, at

44 St. George's-terrace, the wife of F. A. McWhinney: a daughter.

McGANN.-On April 29, at Charlemont.

Plenty, the wife of James McGaan: a




2nd April, at the îcsidence oithe bride's parents, by ihe Rev. J. S. Buntine, Lionel Albert, second son of Mr. A. E. Alexander, Coniston, Moosman's Bay, N S.W , to Ellenor Marianme, only daughter of Mr. Peter F. Wilkinson, Hazlewood, New Town.

ANDREWS - TOTHAM - On April 9,

1903, at St. George's Church, Battery Point, by the Rev. A. Brain, William J. P. Andrews, to Annie A. Totham. Both

of Hobart.

BAYES-HARTAM.-On April 9, at St.

George's Church, by the Rev. A. Brain, Thomas William, second surviving son of the late T. E. Baye«, to Lily I. M , only daughter of the late Charles Har-


CLUNIE-FENNER. - On February 27,

1903, by the Rev. lsaac H. Palfreyman, William Clunie, son of William and Ellen Clunie, of New Zealand, to Lena Fenner, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Fenner, of Sorell, at the residence of the officiating minister, by license.


23, 1903, at Chalmers Manse, by Rev. J S. Buntine, Albert Ernest Woods Chamberlain, youngest son of the late John and Maria Chamberlain, to Ethel Ellen, fourth daughter of James and

Louisa New Both of H-ohirt.

CONNOR-FITCH.-Ou April 13, at Hoir

Trinity Church, by the Rev. Canon Shoobridge, Joseph Tioma«, eldest non of the lato M T. Connor, to Amy Isabel, second voungest daughter of the late F. R. Fitch, both of Hobart.


1903, at St. George's Church, Battery Point, bv the Rev. A. Gamble, Charles Edmund" eldest son of V. R L Elliston, Glenorchy, Tasmania, to .To-ephine Annie (C e), only daughter of the late Captain Fahlborg, Stockholm, Sweden.


1903, at St. Paul's Church, Stanley, bj Rev. A. Hutchinson, Eve'yn, youngest son of the late S. B Emmett, bo Sophie, eldest daughter of 'the late Charles Maguire, ot Toorak, Victoria.

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March 10, 1903, at the residence of the bridegroom, 170 Goulburn-strct. by the Rev. Isaac H. Palfreyman, Percival Carence Richardson, ~on of Henry and Sarah Richardson, of Sandford, Tas- mania, to Hilda McGuinness. daughter of Alfred and Carressa Florence Mc Gmnneas, late of Dunalley, by license. RHODES-COSSOM.-On May 4, by the

Rev. I. H. Palfreyman, Hobart, Eugene Montagne Rhodes, late of Boston, Mas« , U.S. America, to Hariette Margrete, eldest daughter of John Cossom late of Lamberhurst, Kent, England. English and American papers please copy.

SCHMIDT-DAVIS.-On Jiarcn o. 1903,

by the Rev. Isaac fl. Palfreyman.

Charles Frederick Schmidt, son of George Charles and Wilhelmina Schmidt, of New Norfolk, to Eveline Estelle Davis, daughter of Thomas and Eveline Davi», of New Norfolk, at the residence of the officiating minister, by


SEAGER - CHAPMAN. - On Apnl 14.

at St. George's Church, Hobart, by the Rev. J. S. Babington, Charles F., eldest son of F. R. Seager, New Town, to Flor- ence Phillis, elder daughter of Charles A. Chapman. Sandy Bay

SINGER - DEACON. - On Monday,

Apnl 20 at St John*9 Man«e, bv the Rev. W. R Cunningham, Alfred Harry, third son of Alfred Singer, surgeon den- tist, of Hobart, to Jennie, third daughter of the late George Skinner Deacon, of London, England.

TAYLOR-COOTE. - On March 30, 1903,

at St. James's Church. King-street, Sydney, by the Rev. W. I. Carr-Smrth. rector, Walter Edward, youngest son of the late A. J. Taylor, Hobart, and Mary Adelaide Audley, eldest daugh<er of the Honourable Audley Coote, of Ivanhoe, Waverley, N.S W. "


St. David's Cathedra!, Hobart, by the Eight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Tas- mania, assisted by tne Verj Rev. tie Dean of Hobart, the Rev. Decimus Albert Gay Taylor, Precentor of Sr. David's Cathedral, fourth son of the Rev. C. J. Taylor, of Reigate, Surrey, England, and Margaret Jessie, fourth daughter of the late Francis Belstead, Esq., Secretary for Mines, of Hobart.


BROUGHTON.-On Apnl 25, 1903, at her

late residence, 33 Liverpool - street. Emily, the dearly beloved wife of Thomas Broughton, aged 48 years. BAIN. - On April 29, 1903, at New Town,

Cohn Bain, aged 81 vears.

CRAWFORD.-At tao residence of Mrs

Mitchell, Lower Longley, suddenly, James Crawford, aged 78 years.

CURWEN-WALKER.-On April 23, at

"Snaefell," 13 Lewisham-road, Windsor Anne Louisa Curwen-Walker, relict of the late John Curwen-Walker, "The Priory," Brighton (suddenly), 83 years.

CROW-On May 4, 1903, at her residence,

High-street, Sandy Ba>,, undow of the late Charles Crow, aged 54 years. EGGINTON -On May 4, 1903, at the resi-

dence of his motncr-in-la*. 91 Campbell street, William, eldest sou of the late Thomas Esrinton. in the 45th year of his age

FREEMAN.-On May 1, at her parents'

residence, Derwent-park, Marv, the .n fant daughter o! Henry and Amelia Freeman, aged 1 day

FIRTH -On May 4, 1903, at Middlewood,

Kingston, John Thomas, the beloved husband of Jane Firth, and the youngest son of the late Joseph Crossley Firth, of Milton Vale, Sandy Bay, after a long and painful illness, in the 65th year of his age.

FIELD -On May 6. Robert, youngest son

of Thomas and Catherine Field, aged

4 montlr-.

HORNSBY-On April 29, 1903, at his

late residence, 314 Macquane-street, John Marryatt Hornsby, after a pa.niul illness, whica he bore with Chnstian

fortitude, ¡n the "3rd year of his ace. A native of Lincolnsnire, England. HALES - On April 30, 1903, at Launces-

ton, Marion (Mnv> Stoney Hales, second daughter of Prior Hales, aged 21

HARVEY-On April 29, at Launceston,

of typho.d fever, Samuel, the dearly be- loved husband of Minnie Harvey, and son-in-law of Joseph Cooper, Pennar, Sorell.

INNS. - On April 27, 1903, at her resi-

dence. Hobart, Catherine, widow of the late Henry Inns, aged 74 years.

LUCAS. - On April 25, 1903, at his late

residence, Kingston (suddenly), Captain George Lucas, in the 75th year of his


LLOYD. - On April 29, 1903, at her late

residence, 28 Princess-street, Sandy Bay, Elizabeth Jane, relict o: the 'ate Ed. ward Lloyd, in the 63rd year of her age LEAMAN.-On Wednesday, Mav 6, 1903,

at hh3 rate res.dence. 111 Argjle-stree-, William George, the beloved husband of Isabella Leaman, after a painful illness, in the 6Sth year oi h.s age.

MAHER.-On May 2, 1902, at Hobart

(suddenly), Alice, wife of E. Maher, aged 38 years.

PALMER - On April 8, 1903, at his res-

dence, Wattle Grove, Dunalley, Tas- mania, after a severe illness, John, the

beloved husband of Mary Ann Palmer,

in the 70th year of his age.

PARREMORE.-On April 30, 1903, at the

General Hospita., Hoaart, from burns, accidentally received Elsie Matilda, the dearly be.oved daughter of Henry and Effie Parremore, of Richmond, aged 4 years and 3 montos.

SHOTT_On \pn! 14, 1903, at the Fre-

mantle Hospital, Fremantle, Susan ' Shott, the wife of Valentine Saott, of Hobart, in the 50th year of her ag».

SEABROOK.-On May 2, 1903, at his,

parents' residence, 3 Mary-street, Ed . ward Al'an, infant son of Alfred and

Emma Seaorook, aged 9 months.

SAVAGE. - On April 29, at No 96 Park

street, Alice, relict of the late Hum- phrey Thomas Savage, of Bothwell, aged


SULLIVAN. - On Monday, April 27, 1903,

at the General Hospital, Hobart, Wil- liam Thomas Sullivan, aged 49 years. YOUNG.-On May 4, 1903. at Hobart, Matilda, relict of the late George Young, Hamilton-on-Clyde, and daughter of the late Thomas Triffitt, Esq., Green Hills,


WRAINCH.-On Tuesday, April 28, ather

late residence, "Oakley," Sandy Bay, Eleanor, relict of the late Thomas Wrainch, in the 89th year of her age.

WHITLAW.-On February 25, 1903, at

Greenwich. England, James Andrew Whitlaw, a native of HobaTt.

WHITE.-On May 6, at her son's resi-

dence (A- J. White), 24 Brisbane-street, Susannah, relict of the late Benjamin White, in the 78th year of her ago.