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Family Notices

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Births.  

BISHOP.-September 14, at her residence, Ryde, the wife of

C. T. Bishop, of a son. Home papers, please copy.

BRENT.-September 10, at her residence, Olivette, Jane-street,

Balmain, the wife of H. Brent, of a daughter.

CAMPBELL.-Septembor 9, at her residence, Handsworth, 34, Ross-street, Forest Lodge, the wife of C. J. Campbell, of a  

daughter.  

CUMMING.-September 14, at her residence, Milner House,

Paddington, Mrs. Anthony Cumming, of a son.

GREGG.-September 15, at 118, Botany-street, Moore Park, the

wife of John Gregg, of a son, stillborn.

JAMIESON.-September 7, the wife of Robert Jamieson, of Bur- wood-road, Burwood, of twins, son and daughter.  

LAURENCE.—September 9, the wife of G. M. Laurence, of a

son.

NISBET.-September 5, at her residence, Ocean-street, Wool-

lahra, Mrs. R. W. Nisbet, of a son.

RICHARDSON.-September 13, at Murrawombie, the wife of T.

L. Richardson, of a daughter.

ROGERS.-September 12, at her residence, Park Bakery, Ash-

field, Mrs. W. Rogers, of a son.

WATERMAN.-August 25, at her residence, Farleyville, Gow-

street, Balmain, the wife of J. C. Waterman, of a son.

WINNEY.-September 6, at 2, King-street, Randwick, the wife

J. A. Winney, professor of music, of a daughter.

WYNTER.-September 6, at her residence, 10, Lewington-

terrace, Milson's Point, North Shore, the wife of Percy Wynter

of a son.

Marriages.

CHATER-VOSPER.-September 8, at St. Paul's Church, Red-

fern, by the Rev. B. Stephens, Henry, third son of the late D. Chater, Esq., Bucks, England, to Florence, eldest daughter of  

W. H. Vosper, photographer, of this city.

FERGUSON-POPE.-August 23, 1887, at the residence of the

bride's parents, Randwick, by the Rev. W. S. Frackleton, Archibald, fourth son of J. S. Ferguson, Balmain, to Bessie, only daughter of William Pope, of Randwick.

HALGREN-HOSKINS.-August 5, at the residence of the  

bride's mother, Ashfield, by the Rev. Dr. Steel, Oscar Halgren to Annie, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Hoskins, Darling- hurst, Sydney.

MACPHERSON-STEVENSON.-On the 27th ultimo, at Windsor, Victoria, by the Rev. Gordon Mackie, Charles R. Macpherson,  

of Paddington Station, N. S. W., eldest son of Dugald Mac- pherson, Esq., of Bungeeltap, Ballan, to Mary Florence, eldest

daughter of the late William Stevenson, M.D., of Hamilton, Victoria. No cards.

Deaths.

DENING.-September 15, 1887, at his residence, Lyons-road,

Five Dock, Annie Clarissa Dening, aged 6 months.

HILL.-June 16, 1887, at Hongkong, Mr. Stuart A. Hill, third

son of the late George Hill, Esq., of Albion-street, Surry Hills.   Inserted by his loving wife, Annie Hill.

HUGHES.-September 15, 1887, Thomas Hughes, aged 46

years.

PIERCE.-August 23, 1887, at her residence, Bethel Wharf,

Erskine-street, Stephen Robert Pierce, aged 54 years. Dead,   but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving wife, Catherine  

Pierce. Home papers please copy.

SAMUELL.-September 16, 1887, at his residence, Walmer,

127, Botany-street, Moore Park, Edward Samuell, 70 years, sincerely mourned.

SAMUELL.-September 16, 1887, at his residence, Walmer, 127,

Botany-street, Moore Park, Edward Samuell, father of Mrs. Thos. Sivier, Silverleigh, Frazer-street, Petersham. Deeply   regretted.

TAYLOR.-September 16, at his residence, Stirling Cottage,

Newtown, David (Dot) Taylor, in his 48th year.

In Memoriam.

BRIDGWATER.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Susan

Hannah, who died September 17, 1885. Gone, but not for-

gotten.

CROCKER.-In fond and loving memory of my dear husband,

John William Crocker, who departed this life September 17,   1886, aged 22 years. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. Inserted by his lonely and loving wife, Susannah Crocker.

CROCKER.-In fond remembrance of Maria Byrnes Crocker,

who died August 16, 1885, daughter of the late Hon. J. Byrnes, and mother of the above. Dead, but not forgotton. Inserted by her loving daughter-in-law, Susannah Crocker.  

HASLAM.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Mary

Ann Jane Haslam, who died September 17th, 1874. Inserted by her two sons Sidney and Walter Haslam.

JACKSON.-In sorrowful remembrance of my beloved son,

Michael, aged 16 years and 8 months, who was drowned at Marrickville (whilst trying to rescue his brother, Fred.) on September 17, 1882.

MAY.-In affectionate remembrance of Marion Crocker May, who

died August 11, 1885, aged 24 years. In the midst of life we are in death. Inserted by her loving sister-in-law, Susannah  

Crocker.

TOUNS.-In sorrowful and loving remembrance of my dear wife,  

Elizabeth Ophelia Touns, who departed this life September 17th, 1885, at her residence, 189, Princes-street, aged 36 years. In-   serted by her loving husband, Clarence Uriah Touns. Gone before, but not forgotten.

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