BEVERIDGE.—August 19, at her residence, Raglan House,
Raglan-street, the wife of John S. Beveridge, of a daughter.
HARDIE.—August 20, at her residence, Silcoates, Burwood, Mrs George Hardie, of a son.
BROUGHTON—OATLEY.—August 15, at St. Matthias's Church,
Paddington, by the Rev. Dr. Barry, Charles Henry, fourth son of Thomas Broughton, of Bradley, Glenmore Road, to Florence, third daughter of Frederick Oatley, of Sandy Knowe,
MAHONEY—BOURKE.—August, 18, by special license, at St.
Paul's Church, Camden, by the Rev.J. Cunningham, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. John Mahoney, of Campbelltown, to Maggie, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomas Bourke, sen., of Summer Hill,
OAKES—CLARK.—July 17, at Colane, the residence of the bride's
uncle, by the Rev. W. T. Rabone, John G. R. Oakes, eldest son of the late Francis Oakes, Esq., of Parramatta, to Mary Clark, niece of W. Flood, Esq.
PHILLIPS—KIRKHAM.—July 22, at St. Barnabas Church,
Parramatta-street, by the Rev. Joseph Barnier, Adolphus Phillips, mariner, to Elizabeth Kirkham, widow of the late John Kirkham, Newtown.
PRATT.—August 20, at Bon Accord Villa, Waverley, from
tetanus, the result of an accident, William Henry, eldest and beloved son of William Henry and Darcy Pratt, late of Balmain,aged 5½ years.
OSBORNE.—August 10, at Belmont, Victoria, from severe attack
of pleurisy, Henry Osborne, of Momalong Station, Murrum- bidgee district, aged 52 years.
MARTENS.—August 29, at his residence, St. Leonards, Conrad Martens, Esq., aged 77.