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Blrtbs—Marrlasrcs—Deaths. BIRTHS. GODDARD. —On the 16th July, at Glouces- ter-street, the wife of H. A. Goddard, of a sen. JOHNSON.—On the 24th August, at Green- fields, near Ingham, the wife of R. G. Johnson, of a son.
MARRIAGES. BOONE.—WARD.—On the 7th September, at the Valley Presbyterian Church, Bris bane, by the Rev. W. C. Radcliffe, Alexander Houston Boone, 8.A., LL.D., . of Childers, to Jean Annie Ward, eldest daughter of George Alfred Ward, of Brunswick-street, New Farm. BURGE—MATTHEWS.—On the 31st August, at St. Nicolas Church, Sandgate, by the Rev. Canon Matthews, uncle of the bride, Horace Burge, to Ruby, only daughter of J. H. Matthews, Inspector of Distilleries, Beenfeigh. WELSH—HARCOURT— On the 31st August, at St. Mary's, kangaroo Point, by the Rev. S. C Harris, Douglas, elder son of J. K. Welsh, to Eilzabeth A., daughter of 11. J. Harcourt, both of Brisbane.
DEATHS. ALCOCK.—On the 4th September, at Amelia-street, Brisbane, Mary Teresa, dearly-loved daughter of Richard and Hannah Alcock, aged 16 year*. ANDERSON.—On the 1st August, at Killin, Perthshire, suddenly, James Anderson, of M'Kinnon, M'Kenzie, and Co., Calcutta, son of the late James Anderson, supervisor of Inland Revenue, Leith. BANKS.—On the 10th August, at Hunger fcrd, from congestion of the lungs, John Alfred, eldest Bon of J. J. Banks, Ebley Park, AHora, aged 41 years. DOLLINS.—On the 14th August, at his resi dence, Mundoolun, Albert River, John ■Collins, in his BCth year. HARTLEY.—On the 31st August, at Mackay, W. J. Hartley, Police Magistrate, eldest son of the late Rev. Robert Hartley, aged 63 years. Deeply regretted, and leaving a widow and family of seven to mourn their loss. HORNBROOK.—On the 18th August, at Mackay, Alfred Hornbrook, K.S.F., Major of Engineers, aged 87 yeans, formerly of Christchurch, New Zealand. New Zea land papers please copy. LAMOND.—On the 20th July, at her resi dence, Charleville, Amy Brooke, wife of James Lamond, Inspector Queensland Police, and second daughter of Frances Henry Shadforth, of Lllydale, Burke dis trict, formerly of Victoria, aged 34 years. LANCASTER.—On . the 6th September, at, his late residence, Morgan-street, Forti tude Valley, after a long and p&jnful 111— ness, James Lancaster, the dearly beloved husband of Sarah Lancaster, aged 53 years. If Thou sbould'st call me to resign What most I prize, It ne'er was mine, I only yield Thee what was Thine. Thy will be done. MAYNE.—On the l«t September, at his resi dence, Roma, Henry Guln Mayne, of pneumonia. MERRY. —At his residence, Strathnaver, Dandenong-road, Rosstown, Melbourne, William Merry. In his 71st year. M'CUL/LOCH.—On the 6th September, at Ormlston, Gregory-terrace, Brisbane, Annie, wife of R. W. M'Culloeh, and second daughter of Henry Bell, Plane Creek, Mackay, aged 31 years. REID.—On 7th September, at Roma, James Ernest Westlake, only son of the loto Jamea Reid, of Caamboon and Rookwood stations, aged 25 years.
IN MEMORIAM. iLEPTWICH. —In loving remembrance ol Susanah, the beloved wife of R. W. Leftwich, who died at Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Bth September, 1890. M'CABE. —In loving memory of my dearly beloved son, Franciß M'Cabe, who departed thlß life 9th September, 1897. May his boul rest in peace. Inserted by his loving mother. M'OABE. —In memory of Frank M'Cabe, a victim of the ZenobLa disaster, 9th Septem ber. 1897. Inserted by the Brisbane Safety Bicycle Club. PEARSON.—In loving memory of Alfred Pearson, who died on the 10th September, 1895. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving wife, Mary. £LAWSON.—In loving memory of our two dearly-beloved sons, "William and Frederick Slawson, who departed this life 9th September, 1897. May their souls rest in peace. Inserted by their fond parents. fiLAWSON.—In loving memory of my dearly beloved husband, William Slawson, and my dear little eon Harry, aleo Brother in-law Freddie, who departed this life 9th September, 1897. May their souls rest In peace. Inserted by his loving wife. BL.AWSON.—In memory or the brothers "Willie and Fred. Slaweon, victims of the Zenobia disaster, 9th September, 1897. Inserted by the Brisbane Safety Bicycle Club. •In memory of William Slawson, Frederick Slawson, Francis M'Cafte, Robert M'Con nell, and Harry Moar, who died on the Zenobia, 9th September, 1897. Inserted by the Zenobia crew.
The CS. Company's steamer Changsha, wlilch was despatched from More ten Bay on Saturday evening for Hongkong and Japan, via North Queensland p:rre and Port Darwin, took the following passengers from Brisbane :—Mesdames G. Sml:h, D. E. Hrete and child, Tobin and 3 children, Miss Smith, Colonel Qunter, Lieutenant Coxen, Mensrs. J. Duffl, D. E. Hoste, W. A. Thomson, H. Thomson, and 18 in the steerage.