BUTLER.-September 2, at her residence, Brookside, Picton, the
Wife of C. F. Butler, C.P.S., of a son.
CUNNINGHAM.-August 29, at Denham Court, near Liverpool,
New South Wales, the wife o£ Herbert N. Cunningham, of a
JONES.-August 17, at her residence, Midanga, No. 50, Pyrmont
Bridge-road, the wife of C. S. Jones, solicitor, of a daughter.
KENWOOD.-August 31, at Longsight, Toothlll-strcet, Peter-
sham, the wife of William Kenwood, of a daughter.
NELSON.-Scntember 4, at her residence, Auburn, Boyce-street,
Glebe Point, the -wife of A. L. Nelson, of a daughter.
SMITH.-Soptcmbor 4, at her residence, George-street, Windsor,
the wife of J. Dick Smith, of a daughter.
STEHR.-September 5, at her residence, Glebe-street, Glebe, the
wife of B. Stehr, of a daughter.
WATERHOUSE.-August 31, at her residence, Sauchie House, West Maitland, the wife of John Waterhouse, of a son._
DOWNS-AITKIN.-August 17, at St. Stephen's Church, Phillip
street, hy the Rev. Dr. Steel, Herbert James, only son of the late James Downs, Kingstown, Ireland, to Fanny Isabella, youngest daughter of George Aitkin, Sydney.
BAIRD.-Soptcmbcr C, at tho residence of her son-in-law, Mr. William Long, No. 12, Carlton-terrace, Irving-street, Chippen- dale, Mrs. Margaret Baird, aged 84 years, leaving a son and daughter to mourn their lost.
HUDSON.-September 5, 1887, at her parents' residence, Wallace-
street, Ashfield, Louie, the beloved daughter of Frederick W. and Louisa Hudson, aged 7 months and 3 days.
LEES.—September 5, 1887, at his residence, Omega Retreat, near
Gerringong, Mr. James Lees, in the 93rd year of his age, dearly-beloved father of Mrs. William Walker, of Gipps-street, Belmore Park, Sydney, who witnessed his peaceful passing away. May we meet again.-M. S. W.
SMITH.-September 5, at his residence, Murweh, St. Kilda, Vic-
toria, Thomas Smith, brother of the late James Smith, of Shrublands, Marrickville.
STEVENS,-Soptember 4, at the Bank of New Zealand, Pitt
street, Henry Percy Stevens, aged 22. New Zealand papers please copy.
TURNER.-August 23, at Marlborough House, Morpeth, Charles
H. Turner, aged 67 years.
WILLIAMS.-September 3, at his residence, Evan-street, George
Henry, eldest son of Mr. George Williams, of Balmain, in his Sith year.
" I saw him fading day by day,
I saw him pass away;
I watched him with tender care, I could not make him stay."
Inserted by his affectionate wife, N. Milham.