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SAUNDERS.-October 30, 1891, at her residence, Ivanhoe,
Kenilworth-street, Waverley, the wife of William Henry Saunders, of a daughter. English papers please copy.
SMITH.-November 3, at Yester, Wentworth Falls, G. W.
R., the wife of J. C. Smith, of a daughter.
GARVAN-JESSE.-September 28, at Our Lady of Sacred Heart, Randwick, by Rev. Dr. Barry, Denis Garvan, of Tempe, to Florence, daughter of T. M. L. Jesse, Esq., of
Neptune, Coogee. No cards.
SLOANE-WOOLFREY.-October 28, at the Church of
England, Dubbo, by Archdeacon Wilson, Thomas Gibson, second son of Alexander Sloane, Mulwala, to Eliza Scholastica, second daughter of A. Woolfrey,
BROOKS.-October 30, 1891, at his residence, Cooma,
Arthur Weston, second son of the late Richard Brooks, of
HAY.-November 3, 1891, at her residence, 96 Sophia-
street, Surry Hills, Isabella Hay, beloved mother of Mrs. James Donaldson, aged 84 years. Scotch papers please
LONG.-October 24, at Armidale, William Long, beloved
father of Mrs. J. Waldon, of Sydney, and Mrs. Golds- borough, of Gladesville, in his 82nd year.
RYGATE.-November 2, at Wellington, N.S.W., from
influenza, Jane, beloved wife of Robert Rygate, M.R.C.S.,
Eng., aged 63 years.
THOMAS.-November 3, at her parents' residence, at the
Royal Hotel, Granville, Maude Ellen, the beloved wife of
H.D. Thomas. At rest, in peace.
THOMAS.-November 1, 1891, at Sydney, New South Wales, Mary Josephine Thomas, aged 32 years.
WEST.-November 4, at his mother's residence, George-
street, Enfield, William John West, in his 36th year.
ZIMMLER.-November 1, at his residence, Gulgong,
Charles F. T. Zimmler, aged 63.
BARNARD.-In loving memory of Walter Barnard, of Milton House, Five Dock, who died November 5, 1890.
The memory of the just is blessed.
DWYER.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Thomas
Dwyer, who died at 30 Womerah-avenue, Darlinghurst, November 5, 1889. Inserted by his loving wife and
HEATH.-In loving memory of my dear wife, Maryann Maria Heath, who died at her residence, Newman-street, Newtown, on November 5, 1889. Inserted by her loving
husband, Richard Heath.
M'KENZIE.-In sad but fond remembrance of my dear
wife Harriett M'Kenzie, who died on November 5, 1890. After life's fitful fever she sleeps well. Inserted by her
loving husband, J. R. M'Kenzie.
WYLIE.-In loving memory of Annie, my dearly-beloved
wife, who departed this life November 6,1890. J. B.