BOGUS.—May 28, at her residence, Bank-street, Botany, Mrs. Bogus, the wife of Mr. J. Bogus, of a son.
Both doing well.
BROWNE.—June 2, the wife of J. W. Browne of Patonga, Blackwall, of a daughter.
CORNISH.—May 26, at Stainburn, Strathfield, the wife of F. H. Cornish of a daughter.
COX.—May 19. at Glifton, at Point road, Snails Bay, Balmain, the wife of James Cox, of a son.
DODD.—April 14, at the Exchange Hotel, Walgett, the
wife of John Dodd, Mercadool, of a son.
FISHER.—May 23, at her residence, Riverside, Roseby-
street, Drummoyne, the wife of Henry B. Fisher, of a son.
LAMB.—June 1, at Ranger's Valley, New England, the
wife of W. H. Lamb, of a daughter.
LEWTAS.—May 24, at Thompson-street, Drummoyne,
the wife of J. C. Lewtas, of a daughter.
MICHELSON.—Mav 31, at her residence, 47 London-
street, Enmore, the wife of M. B Michelson of a daughter. M'MINN.—May 26, at St. Elmo, Rockdale, the wife of A.
W. M'Minn, jun., of a daughter.
MORICE.—May 17, at her residence, The Grove, Liverpool-
road, Enfield, the wife of Geo. Morice, of a of a daughter.
PERDRIAU.—May 31, at Tynilba, Burwood, the wife of
Henry Perdriau, of a son.
BORRAN—CARSON.—February 4 at Newton Tonsil
ante Nùrgriic Uncasl ./ li ti e llev Cnoill-cn rhra DT/mtorof Uiniuck is »toi bv tho V . It
0 Matthew recto, of M can ind the Ile. Herbert MonkvTraînfSt Tetcrs Won Io U .How. CI..rie; ff ToriI Horton f New on le-V.llowi; lo Muriel fonces third da pht r of tie Bet Tames Carson rector
of Newton nMale.tiell
BROWNE—WALSHE.—March 2, at St. Philip's Church,
SrdMV bl tie Ven Ireh do um Langlov William iXir volinejcst son of tie 1 if Lmanuel Btnwnp luto
ArThur, youno* t ¡.lighter of ti 0 1 .to
Job Wal* of \dclulc \delai lo paper-please ropy
HART—BUTTON.—Ma\ S at St Tames Sydney bytto Re. \\ B Motin« v Capta.n mnk» Hart of Ran foncl-co to Annette eldest dnugnter of John Lutton
Setiton Hall, Stanmore.
HOWARD—TOBIN.—Marri. 1 I« li tho Rev T r Rtaraud at bt T eph s Woollahra T hn Harns, !Ä, f « Hum I' Howard of Woollrhri to Al Rebecca »econl daughUr of ldw.rd Tobin of
ROBERTS—DALY.—Mai 5 . 1897 at the residence of the
bride`s parents by the Rev.. Dr Porter, Henry Clarence eldest son of the late H G Roberts of Wodonga,
Brighton -strect Petersham to Miss Maude eldest dAer of James T. Daly ÜÍSt nelier=,Daniel-street,
SHIELD—GARRETT.—April 26 at the residence of the
bride's parents, by the Hon. Chas. White MA ., Edward Ripon youngest son of Mr. R Shield Hobart to Mary, second daughter of Mr Thos. Garrett, Newcastle.
SMALL—LANE.—April 29, 1897, at the Wesleyan Par-
sonage, Dowling-street, Paddington, by the father of the
Sr«« °t"l Tv tie Rot 7 Wnolno U. (Tren lent <f
the fl oleran Conference) Tame» Kirk cid t non of John S fimal of 1 addington to Laura rani accond daughtct of tbo le. G orro I ano
WARNER—COLYER.—Mav 26, 1897, at fit Tania ^Church Weit Maid ni lv tho Ttev T Weatherby Albert I" M arncl t T. t "ter statl n \rmilale t.A Mar fifth daughter of Um Bet W K Coljcr C L
WATSON—MITCHELL.— Tunuirv "0 at St Johns
Church Balmain 1 1 the Itov W A Ch irlton Henry rjeprce eldest son of f corge I in 1-nj M iteon T"<q of Birmingham rnbhn 1 to Ros* Tdith elle t dmthttr of Thomas Mrtrhell lj| of Daisy Bank, Balmain.
ARKELL.—May 26, 1897, at the residence of her gran-
mother Mrs W Dick, Scott Street, Newcastle, Zoe Arkell, the beloved daughter of C H and Delia M
Arkell, aged 4 years and 8 months.
ARKELL.—May 29, at her grand ma's 67 Scott-
street, Newcastle, Zoe Arkell aged 4 years and 8 months, dearly loved niece of Jane and Isabel Arkell.
BAYLISS.—June 4, at his residence, Hadleigh, Wemyss-
street Marrickville, Charles Bayliss, photographer, aged
CAHALAN.—May 11, at his res.3ence George-street
Liverpool John M Cahalan aged 38. R.I.P.
CLARKE.—May 29, 1897 Kenneth Alexander Mackenzie,
son of the late James Clarke formerly of Glendhu, River Ouse, Hamilton, Tasmania, in his 80th year. Inserted by his wife and family, Cawdor, Auntralia-street, Wool- lahra. Sutherland (Scotland) and Otago (NZ) papers please copy.
COLLIN.—May 17, at bet tepidencc Tagle Tunetion Bni
Une Alice bclotcd wife of Guayate A \ Cillin in 1 cr
CREENY.—On Easter Day, at O-cford hill Norwich
En.land tho Rev 1\ F Creen. M V TSA.o.er 0 jeariMcarof St "Michaels it II orne Norwich and foi raerlf coratt of St rhomn' a S I conarda an 1 aubse qiimtlr wcumbent of St Anna Iljde N.S.W. ,aged 72. CUBIT.—On Easter Mondav at her residence Glonnm
Ahojhill co Antrim Ireland Ester Cubit beloved mother of W.J. Cubit 137 Pitt-street Redfern Sydney Deeply regretted.
DENISON.—May 29, 1897, s residence Violo* Cottage
Biuchr-.trpet N nrtli Botanv John Denison sen., aged flyMW native of 1 r id 1 Yorkshire .After a very painful illness. Gathered home.
Ml ti L pain and gr ef are otcr t.ery .-eitle«s to»sing passed I am now' at pe ice for e. er
Safel> homo in heaven at lost
FAY Air I i 181? at tho Prmee Alfred Hospital
Harriet Louise Fay the nnl> I cloved daughter of Freâenck and liar- et Borers of typhoid aged °2 yearB Atrest New Zeal ind papers plcaie copy
HALL.—Mav 1 161 at Scone of heart dlsca-e Archi
bald, the lead beloved li nband of Minnie Hall and toongest son of ti e late Matthew TT»nry Hall of Non doirra Aberdeen aged _5 yean and « mouth» Deeply
HALL.—May 23, nt Scone suddcnl. of pne .monia and
heart di«ei?e Arel le youneeit son of tho late Matthew Henry Hall ofNanl wTn aberdeen
HANKS.—June 4, 1897, at the residence of F. Hanks,
Harrow road Bexley. Annie widow of the late J. G. Hanks, of Rockmore, Elizabeth Bay.
LUCAS.—June 1, at lou Ion Kate Allman lelo, ed wifo
ÍG Will I 1 Tuns lato tf the Ird Dragoon fiurda and yo ingest dnughter of tho lato Hon T W
Smart M.L.C. Bv cable.
LYON.—June 3, 1897, at Parramatta, James Lyon, aged
MULLIGAN.—May 28, nt Tnnco Afred Hospital Feargall
Mulligán agel od R.I.P.
PLOWMAN.—May 30, at her residence Kite-street,
Orange, Margaret the beloved wife of Sinclair Plowman,
aged 65 years.
SKINNER.—June 4, at Turramurra JAmes Skinner, aged77 years
SMITH.—June 2, at the Coast Hospital, Little Bay, Mrs. Hanorah Smith, aged 76. R.I.P. Interred at
THOW.—June 2, at Irr r-i dei ce M nodlaw« Waicrlev
.gne* the beloved w fe of William Thow agel fl years ,
ANDERSON.—In 1 ving rememl ranee of our darling
Stella May who liri Time f tj 1S9! nt Pnnco Alfred Ilosriitol of typho 1 feur nued r lean an 111 months Ijiierted bj her loung father uni mother J and L
BYRNES.—In loving memory of Mary Byrnes, the beloved wife of B. Byrnes, who died at her residence, Monona Lodge, Marrackville, 6th June, 1884. Requiescat in pace. GETLEY.—In loving remembrance of my dear mother Clara Getley, who departed this life on June 6th, 1896, «berr(ju)nni.e I ln«doivnr T ivcrpoul road Coy Ion nicrted by her lo. mg laughter Annie Wea.er Gone before but not forgotten.
GRAHAM.—In living morv of Tame« Albert Graham
whoaied T. north m 11.0I 10 tears Lc.vosmai
wither b itmem n nriri Insenel by his lonng mother ,
Hers andonlvl other Oilier
Tin rl not foi gotten Blanche dear,
N ri 11. "ci .lo
As 1 1 g as life and memory last
I will remember thee
Inserted hy her lot ng brother T K Henderson
HOGARTH.—In loung memon of Hetbert George Ho ÏÏ. j j*' Mn °f B O andr Hogarth ino Dock S"°,<M on rth T"e l«i of typlml fe.er at Um Western s ib irbs c tta-e Hospital Tnflcll aged 1" lt»v "tNl ' > 'ii" lorrowint. parents
MANLY.—In oTlnR rememl ranee of mr ¿oar roomer Mar a Mont who died ut Adelaide feouth Aus-
tralia June 't! IM,
Im uintl co in ailcnce,
None Heemewocp Bit nil.-. '
Iaserted bv her son M J M inly
MIMINAGH.—In loving memory of our dear sister Sarah Miminagh, who died at Nundah, Queensland, June 6th 1896, aged 39 years, daughter of the late James Ford Neale, of Pelican street, Sydney.
One by one we cross the river.
Inserted by her loving sisters, Mrs Davis and Mrs Rowles. PURTELL.—In memory of our dear mother Mary Pur- «" wh leparte I ti " 1 fL Time 6 li 1S<K aged ao years
Yo 1 ar not f ¡.otten mother deat,
.,' "K "'I fenn I m mort ¡ist
RICKWOOD.—In sad but ever-lov,nb memotv of Ed.th, Jiarteathií "'í* of"AlbMt wWwool »ho le goUen ti -.'. ,"e,"h Isq4 Vmt lutnotfir PÍckwood y lo,lng husband Albert W SEAMAN.—r'^Trfíí i1"""1 mo,non nf midearhu.bamlanl
Juae lui , ,P!1? ?" w,u '«iatnathintonthostll .ndcb,M?o""L,;/V,'.>Tr._ ln3erkd bs ""lQ«°f t'
nf» 1T. Return Thanks.
Mrs. JOHN DENISON and FAMILY desire to return
etnLsñn.t'""'"' '," «'Wm mi kmd friends for tho Scon, »M BS n '1"" ». « eir late i ei y »ad bcreave uoral tnbuie' ' numero 11 telegrams, letters and
ft«^kVto«Lnni:r i10?-» * Bymn rotum "nMre
tliït Mdb,""ni,"nd fl"n1" ulsu for wreaths in «..CI»». iXIss^ance "" ' """^ TVmm* °f
»«legraT »"WS" t0 U Clr ^""^ f" ti e.r letter
Me bereatcZnt C5Lra" "'" 0t "f"^^ in their