BELL.-March 14, at the Mercantile Bank, Goiford, the wife
of F. L. Bell, of a son. ?.
GOLDSMID.- March l6, at her residence, Sheatland House,
70 Dowling-street, Paddington, the wife of Lamert Gold- smid, of a daughter.
RAE- WATKINS.-February 11, at Brighton-Btreet, Peter
.ham, hy the Re». David Smith. M.A., Alexander Werk, eldest son of Alexander Rae, of Redfern, to Alice Emily, youngest daughter of the late William Watkins, Dawes
ATKIN.-March 17, Charles Walter, son of Geo. Atkin, Went- worth Falls, aged 18 years.
BANKS.-March 19. at his residence, Wallace-street, Bal- main, after a long illness, Thomas Banks, aged 69 years.
BEATTIE -March 19,1890, at her parents' residence, ÎS
Ooold-streat, »ff Kegent-strcet, after a short but severe Illness, Susannah Matilda, the beloved danghter of Richard and Mary Beattie, aged 13 years and 10 months. " Her end
BOCK -March 6,1890, Peter Bock, chief mate on board the
steamer Ocean Queen, accidentally drowned in Nakety Bay, New Caledonia. Inserted by his loving wife Marte, Bock,
Pnblle school teacher.
FORSYTH.-March l8, at Narandera, Margaret Anne
Forsyth, age 71.
MAXTED.-March 17,1890. at her residence. Riloy-street,
Surry Hills. Mary, dearly lored and only elster of Mrs. John Melliday, of Summer Hill.
MORIARTY.-March 15, at Maclean, Clarence River, Alex-
ander Douglas Maclean Moriarty, beloved son of A. O and H. C. Moriarty, Roscrea Priory, Goulburn, aged 25
WALPOLE -March l8, at his residence, White Haras Hotel,
Drummoyne, after a lingering Illness, William Walpole, In his 52nd year._
ALCHIN -In loving remembrance of my dear husband, who
departed this life March 20,1882 ; late of Leisure Hour Hotel. Dead, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving wife Elizabeth Alchln, and daughters Lily, Edith, Sarah,
JOYNER--In sad but loving remembrance of mr dearest
sister Agnes, who died March 19,1889. Inserted by her loving sister, Kata Watson. " Not lost, but gone before."