FINNIS-NORRIS.-On the feast of the
Epiphany, at All Saints' Church, Ho- bart, by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Tasmania, assisted by the Rev. Canon Bucknell, the Rev. Canon Finnis, to Edith Norris, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Norris, Architect, of this city.
MANSER - WHEATLEY. - On January
17, 1903. by license, by the Rev. I. Pal- freyman, Edward Manser, of Bothwell, Tasmania, to Lily May Wheatley, youngest daughter of the late Edward Wheatley, of Brighton, Tasmania, and Louisa Jenkins, late wife of Edward Wheatley, Hobart, Tasmania.
TURNER-ENSLOW.- On the 24th De-
cember, 1902, by the Rev. Isaac H. Pal freyman, George Edward Turner, son of James and Harriet Jane Turner, of Ho bart, to Louie May Enslow, daughter of William Thomas and Mary Ann Ens- low, late of Green Ponds, by licence, at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John J. and Mary Olley, Ross-street, New Town.
I. \55EXBY.-On Jamihry 17, at his resi-,
I1<IK», Tsoiak, Melbourne, Vic, Wil- lum Thnmrs Lazenby, after a long t.nd p-i'ilnl illno^, in Ins Wird year.
FLITCH (IIíCH.-O» January1 22, at
Niijpnt, Richmond, RMsinbctli, the dear
!,- »coved wife. Of D. J. Whitchurcli, , agodjOO._.
HODGE. - In loving memory of Emma
Sarah Eliza, beloved wife of John Hodge, and only daughter of W. and Sarah Holmes, died 24th January, aged
We miss thee from 'our home, dear mother, We miss thee from thy place; A shadow o'er our life is cast.
We miss lha sunshine of thy face.
Wo ini=s thy kind and willing,hand, Thy fond and oariinsr caro; ' Our home is dark without thee, Wo miss theo everywhere.
Inserted by 'her loving husband, John Hodge, and sons and daughters.