BIRTHS. BONAMY.—June 14, at her residence, Wallerawang, the wife of G. R. Bonamy, of a daughter. LEE.—June 17, at her residence, High-street, West Maitland, Mrs. John Lee, of a daughter. NORRIS.—May 30, at Petersham, Mrs. John E. Norris, of a daughter.
MARRIAGES. BARTLETT—McGARVEY.—June 13, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Horatio, sixth son of John Bartlett, Esq., England, to Matilda Harriet, youngest daughter of Cornelius McGarvey, Goulburn, New South Wales.
JONES—WAREHAM.—May 22, at St. James's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. William Hough, William Gladstone Jones, of Greta, to Charlotte Mary, daughter of J. V. Wareham, C. P. S., Milton.
LIPMAN—ABRAHAMS.—June 19, at the residence of the bride's parents, 85, Merriman-street, Miller's Point, by the Rev. A. B.
Davis, assisted by the Rev. A. A. Levi, Abraham, son of Lewis Lipman, J.P., to Rebecca, eldest daughter, of Mr. Joseph Abrahams.
SMITH—CRAIG.—June 15, at Paddington, by the Rev. P. F. Mackenzie, Jordan Stewart, fourth son of R. Smith, Parra-
matta, to Caroline Ford, youngest daughter of G. Craig, Sydney.
WALKER—HOPE.—June 21, at South Creek, by the Rev. James
Adam, M. A., Presbyterian Minister and Moderator of the
General Assembly, Robert Walker, of Colyton, Ropes Creek, to
Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. George Hope, South
DEATHS. ALLEN.—June 22, John Allen, of Stony Creek, one of the oldest and most respected residents of the district of Young. ALLERDING.—On June 21, at her parents' residence, 17, Lower Fort-street, of croup, Alice Maud Jessey, beloved daughter of Henry and Jane Allerding, aged 1 year and 4 months.
GOODIN.—June 23, at the residence of his father, Thomas Alfred, second son of T. A. Goodwin, Town Hotel, Newtown.
GREENTREE.—June 19, at his parents' residence, of heart
disease, Henry, the second and beloved son of Reuben and Ann Greentree, aged 45 years, respected by all that knew him.
HILL.—June 22, at his residence, 87, Cumberland-street, Mr. James Patrick Hill, aged 64 years. R. I. P. PIRIE.—June 17, at his residence, Weston-street, Balmain, of con-sumption, George Pirie, native of Dundee, Scotland, leaving a
wife and seven children to mourn their loss.
RAWSON.—May 2, at sea, on board the barque Gladstone, Agnes,
wife of O. W. Rawson, only surviving sister of Theophilus Paton, Kent-street North, and daughter of the late George
Paton, builder, Sydney.
WOORE.—At Redleaf, Double Bay, the residence of his son-in-
law, William Busby, Thomas Woore, of Pomeroy, Goulburn, in
his 75th year.