ARNOLD.—April 29, at her residence, 75, Regent-street, Chippen-
dale, the wife of Frederick Arnold, of a daughter.
BARNIER.—April 18, at St. Barnabas' Parsonage, the wife of Rev. Joseph Barnier, of a daughter.
BUBB.—April 28, at her residence, Don-street, Newtown, the wife
of J. T. Bubb, jun., of a son.
ETHERINGTON.—April 28, at Oakington, North Willoughby, the wife of David G. Etherington, of a daughter.
HOUISON.—April 26, at No. 144, Phillip-street, the wife of Dr.
Andrew Houison, of a son.
LANE.—April 24, at her residence, Wellington-terrace, Welling-
ton-street, Newtown, the wife of the Rev. George Lane, of a son.
McCLELLAND.—April 29, 1883, at her residence, Ulimbah, 373,
Liverpool-street, Darlinghurst, Mrs. Walter H. McClelland, of a son. MARTYN.—April 11, at Armidale, the wife of J. G. Martyn, of a daughter. MEDCALFE.—April 28, at her residence, William-street, North
Shore, the wife of C. C. Medcalfe, of a son.
PEELE.—April 29, at Mia Mia, West-street, Petersham, the wife
of D. G. Peele, of a daughter.
BRIGHT—PILLARS.—April 28, at Stanbrook, Stanmore, by Mr. A. B. Camm, Charles Bright, to Annie Pillars, relict of James
Pillars, formerly Unitarian minister, Sydney. No cards.
GRAY—MATHESON.—April 13, 1883, at Lasswade, Marrickville, by the Rev. R. Day, James Gray (late of Stirling, Scotland) to
Maggie, youngest daughter of John Matheson, Marrickville.
Scotch papers please copy.
GREEN—WRIGHT.—August 16, 1882, by the Rev. Dr. Fullerton,
Frederick Albert, fifth son of Alderman James Green, of this city, to Sarah Jane, second daughter of the late Thomas Wright,
of Merryvale, Pittwater-road, Manly.
ROBERTS—DORAN.—April 11, at St. James's Sydney, by the Rev.W. Hough. William, only son of the late William Roberts,
of the Railway Department, Sydney, to Sarah Elizabeth, second daughter of John G. Doran, Fitzroy Dock, Parramatta River.
CALDWELL.—April 23, at Camboon, Rylstone, Jane, widow of
the late Thomas Caldwell, of Rylstone. Deeply regretted.
HODGEKINSON.—April 29, at Forest Lodge, Shoalhaven, after
ten days' severe illness, the beloved wife of Henry Hodgekinson.
KERNAN.—April 29, at his son's residence, No. 122, Duke-street,
Woolloomooloo, James Kernan, of dropsy, aged 64. Dublin
papers please copy.
LANE.—April 28, at Norham, High-street, Woollahra, the infant
daughter of Nicholas O. and Kate Lane, aged 16 months and 11 days McGEE.- April 29, on the s.s. Esk, Henry M'Gee, chief engineer,
aged 50 years.
MORGAN.—In loving remembrance of James, infant son of John
and Minnie Morgan, who died May 1, 1882, aged 1 year and 6
NOWLAN.—In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Catherine Nowlan, who died May 1, 1882. May her soul rest in peace.
WEST.—In loving remembrance of Thomas Francis West, second
son of John and Mary West, of 253, Elizabeth-street, who died 29th April, 1882, in his 25th year. God be merciful to his soul. WILSON.—April 30, at his residence, Park House, Moore Park,
the Hon. John Bowie Wilson aged 63.