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BROWN.—On the 31st July, at Meeyantin , Ascog- -terrace, Toowong, the wife of George Brown—a son. CLARKE.—On the 9th August, at Is-de[?], Wooloo- win, the wife of Walter T. Clarke, of a daughter. CRIBB.—On the 12th August, at Bryntryfryd, Ips- wich, the wife of T. Bridson Cribb—a daughter. GEORGE.—On the 4th August, at Illalong, Ferry street, Maryborough, the wife of William George —a son. HOWLING.—On the 9th August, at Wendouree, Mount Pleasant, the wife of A. E. Howling—a daughter. MACNISH.—On the 2nd August, at her residence, Brantwood, Mackay, the wife of F. C. Macnish— a son. MARSHALL.—On the 15tb August, at Lochiel, Campbell-street, Toowoomba, the wife of W. M'L. Marshall—a son. MENZIES.—On the 10th August, at Gladstone, wife of F. F. Menzies, Wycheproof, a daughter. RAFF.—On the 11th August, at Daisy Nook, Gregory-terrace, the wife of W. Raff, Perth station —a daughter. TIBBITS.—On the 12th August, at Elsinore, Rus- sel-street, South Brisbane, the wife of W. H. Tib- bits—a daughter.
MARRIAGES. BERLING—MORROW.—On the 10th July, at St. Stephen's Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. P. Robertson, Guy, youngest son of the late G. Berling, of Adelaide, to Cis, second daughter of Mr. J. Morrow, of Ipswich. (S.A. papers please copy.) DUNN—GENT.—On the 14th August, at All Saints, by the Rev. Arthur J. Maclean, John James, son of Charles Dunn, of Croydon, England, to Agnes, daughter of Mrs. Gent, of Warwick. HALY—HUNT.—On the 6th August, at St. Luke's Church, Toowoomba, by the Rev. Canon Pughe, assisted by the Rev. A. Davies, George Standish Harpur Haly, eldest son of the late Charles Robert Haly, of Tabinga, Burnett District, to Florence Mary Gwenelian Hunt, third daughter of the late Edwin Hunt, of Sydney, N.S.W., and of Mrs. Hunt, Lundavra, The Range, Too- woomba. KENT—POGSON.—On the 17th August, at St. Barnabas's Church, Red Hill, by the Rev. J. W. S. Tomlin, Herbert Clement Kent, late of Man- chester, to Elizabeth Isis Pogson, F.R. Met Soc. (late Assistant Astronomer and Meteorological Re- porter to the Government of Madras), eldest daughter of the late Norman Robert Pogson. C.I.E., F.R.A.S., late Government Astronomer at Madras. (Home papers please copy.) REES—M'KINNON.—On the 10th July, at St. Stephen's Cathedral, by Father F. Dorrigan, assisted by Father J. Ryan, George, second son of Alderman Thomas Rees, of Brisbane, to Christina A. (Tina), eldest daughter of Angus M'Kinnon, Esq., Jubilee Hotel, Brisbane.
DEATHS. BLOOM.—On the 10th August, at Toowoomba. Leopold Solomon, fifth dearly beloved son of Charlotte and H. S. Bloom, of Murphy's Creek, also beloved brother of Mrs. J. Rosenberg, Wooloowin, aged 20 years and 10 months. Deeply regretted. BUTCHER.—On the 15th August, at her late resi- dence, Maryvale, Lytton-road, Mary Josephine, beloved wife of Captain J. E. Butcher, aged 49 years. (Requiescat in pace.) DAVIS.—On the 11th August, at his residence, Neutral Bay, Sydney, Charles Davis, Solicitor, father of Mrs. Allan Alexander, Mrs. Wm. Dun- can, and Harold Consett Davis, of Queensland. FRASER.—On the 12th August, at Kilkivan, Ann Caroline, beloved daughter of William and Flora, Fraser, after a short and painful illness. GARLAND.—On the 8th August, at Wooloowin, Catherine, beloved mother of Jane, Ellen, Frederick, and Edward Garland, formerly of Roma, aged 71 years. (R.1.P.) fk MARSHALL.—On the 8th August, at the New- market Hotel, Brisbane, James, beloved hus- band of Rosalind F. Marshall (nee Greaves). MATTINSON.—On the 13th August, at Brisbane, John William Mattinson, of Toowoomba, eldest son of the late Captain William Mattinson, of Adeiaide, aged 62 years. PITTS.—On the 9th July ultimo, at " Yaamba," Elm-road, Mortlake, Surrey, England, Maria Sarah Pitts, aged 92 years, Aunt of Mrs. Mac- donald-Paterson (" Pyrmont") and Mrs. Andrew Peterson (" Summer Hill"), Brisbane. PLUMRIDGE.—On the 10th August, at the Bunda- berg Hospital, Mary, beloved wife of John Plumridge, of Mount Perry, aged 68 years. Deeply regretted. ROSS.—On the 6th August, at Redcliffe, No. 6 Banana, John Hay Mackenzie Ross (late of Cracow), aged 68 years.' TOMLINSON.—On the 10th August, at St. Helen's Private Hospital, South Brisbane, A. R. E. Tomlinson, well-borer, late of Roma, aged 89 years.
IN MEMORIAM. CORBETT.—In loving memory of our dear Daugh- ter, Mary, who was called from us on the 29th August, 1899. Gone to a brighter, happier home. Inserted by her loving parents, Henry and Martha Corbett, Mitchell. CLOWES.—In cherished memory of dear Beatrice, daughter o| Mrs. Odling, of Brisbane Hate of Wellington, N.Z.), who fell asleep at Warwick 16th August, 1898. GUBBINS.—In loving memory of our dear Father, Staff Paymaster-sergeant P. J. Gubbins, who died 18th August, 1901. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Taylor. . gr LADE.—In loving memory of my dear husband, Nathaniel Bridges Lade, who died on 20th August 1900. SUNNERS.— In loving memory of our dear mother, Annie Outridge Sunners, who departed this life on 10th August, 1900. Inserted by her loving children. gk