Births. CAMPBELL.—June18, at her residence, Royston, Wemyss-
street, Marrickville, the wife of W. D. Campbell, C.E., of
HODGES.—June 15, at her residence Rocky Point-road, Koga- rah, the wife of Mr. A. Hodges, of a son.
COOPER.—At Bank of Australasia, Newtown, Ernest Harold,
infant son of Ernest T. and Lizzie Cooper, aged 6 months and 18 days.
DAVIS.—June 20, at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr.
William Chambers, 5, Ivanhoe-terrace, Albion-street, Waverley, James Augustus Davis, in his 77th year.
GOOD.—June 16, 1887, at his residence, near Millthorpe, G. Good,
the beloved brother-in-law to Mrs. W. Simons, of Cook River.
LOOKE.—June 20, 1887, at his residence, Looke's-avenue,
Nicholson-street, Balmain East, William Looke, aged 59
MOORE.—June 21, at Mola Vamma, Gordon-street, Paddington,
Arthur Moore, late of Suva, Fiji, in his 47th year.
RICHARDSON.—June 21, at her residence, 4, Elizabeth-terrace,
off Mount-street, St. Leonards, Sarah Jane Richardson, daughter of Mr. James Forsyth, in her 28th year.
HYLAND.—In sad and loving remembrance of John William Hyland, who died June 21, 1887. Inserted by his loving wife
McSULLEA.—In affectionate remembrance of my dearly be-
loved wife, Mary Ann McSullea, who departed this life at Campbelltown, on June 22, 1886, aged 29 years. Inserted by her loving husband, P. McSullea.
SCOTT.—In loving memory of Annie, wife of Walter Scott,
chemist, George-street West, Sydney, who died June 22,
SULLIVAN.—In sad but loving remembrance of my dearly
beloved wife, Johanna Sullivan, who departed this life on the 18th June, 1887, aged 21 years and 10 months, after a few hours' illness. Rest in peace.
The cup was bitter, the sting severe, To part with her I loved son dear,
The trial is hard, but I bear it with pain, I hope in Heaven to meet her again.
Inserted by her loving and affectionate husband, Morris