BANKS.-May 3, at her residence, Derwent-street, Glebe, the
wife of W. D. Banks, of a daughter.
BLACKMAN.-May 12[2?], at Warro, Port Curtis, the wife of F. A.
Blackman, of a daughter.
BURT.-May 3, at her residence, 13, Argyle-street, Miller's Point,
the wife of T. W. Burt, of a son.
JARDINE.-April 20, at her residence, Geergarow, Clarence
River, the wife of Mr. J. Thomas Jardine, of a son.
SYMONDS. - May 5, at her residence, Point Piper Road, the wife
of the Rev. Edward Symonds, of a son, still-born.
BARE-LOUVIOT.-February 17, at Noumea, New Caledonia, by
the Rev. M. Artignan, Alfred Bare, capitaine de l'Etat Major de l'Infanterie de la Marine, to Bertha Louisa Marian, widow of the late Charles Louviot, and eldest daughter of the late P. Oehlrich, Esq., of this city.
DISMORR-CLOWES.-April 30, at St. Peter's Church, Sydney,
by the Rev. G. H. Moreten, John Stewart Dismorr, Esq., mer- chant, of London, to Mary Ann Rebecca, daughter of Robert Clowes, Esq., Stramshall, Potts Point, Sydney.
STRONG-FLYTON -May 5, at St. James' Church, Sydney, by
the Rev. C. F. D. Priddle, William Edmond, third son of the late Rev. R. Strong, vicar of Painswick, Glo'shire, England, to Frances Helena Emma, only daughter of the late Colonel John Peyton, 23rd Regiment, N.L.I., Bombay.
BALL.-May 6, at the residence of her son-in-law, Hunter and
George streets, Johanna Ball, aged 50 years. Requiescat in
DONALDSON.-May 3, at Grafton, Clarence River, Edward
Patrick Donaldson, aged 4 years and 2 months, youngest son of P. R. Donaldson, surveyor.
TURPIE.-At his late residence, Auckland-street, Newcastle,
New South Wales, very suddenly, David Turpie, formerly of Kirkcaldy, Scotland, aged 51 years. Deeply regretted by all
who knew him.
YONGE.-February 26, at Belmullet, Ireland, Lieutenant
Duke D. Yonge, R.N., eldest son of Mrs. W. Scott, of St. Paul's