ADAMS.-September 28, at her residence, I, Prlce'i-terraee,
Gibbs-street, Brisbane, the «-Us of J. WacVomle Adam«, of a
ANDERSON.-Oolober 8, at Fernhill, Mulgoa, the 'wlf* of John
Arohlbald Anderson, of a daughter.
BA Kit.-October 8, nt her residence, George-street, liverpool, the
wife of Robert Durr, of a daughter.
BRIGDEN.-October 7, at her residence, 12, Watcrloo Street, the
wife of' R. H. Brigden, of a daughter.
CAMERON.-September 25, nt the residence of her father-in-law,
Bulloc!! Island, Newcastle, the wife of Mr. Allele Cameron, of Singleton, of a son. r
1KKDALK.-October 6.1SS3. nt her residence, 852, BDurke-strcet,
Surry Hill«, .Vii. L. Iredale, Jun., of a «on.
LAMBERT.-September SO, at Stimmer HUI, Sydney, tho irita of
IlanliKin Arundel Lambert, of Napier, New Zealand, of a son.
LEVI KN.-October 8, ot ncr residence, Reussdale, Pyrmont
liridge-rpad. Glebe Point, tho wife of R, H. Levien, of a «on.
JROOKF..-Oolober 4, at her residence lford Cottage, Gladesville,
Parramatta River, the wife ot Prcdcrio C. ItonKe, of a son.
BUSSELL.-October 0, nt her residence, Edward-street, North
Shore, tho wifo of W. Russell, of n son.
RUTLEDGE.-October 11,1883 at the Wesleyan Parsonage. Lithgow,
the wife of the Rev. W. Woolls Rutledge, of a son, stillborn. ECOTT.-October 3, at her residence. Telegraph Office, Casino, I
tho wife of W. M. Scott, of a daughter. j Í;V VLOlt.-October 10, at the Manse, ISO, Palincr-stroct, the wlf»
ol David Taylor, of a daughter.
TJNDERWOOD-October 5. at her residence, Hautvillc, North
Shore, thc wife of S. R. Underwood, of a daughter. i
BERNE-DOUGLAS.-August P. at St. George's, Hanovor
sqnarf, Colonel Slr Owen T. linine, K.O.S.I., C.l.K. of the India Office, to the Lady Allies Charlotte Dónelas, youngest daughter of the Ir.to and sister to the present F.arl of Morion.
31'SBY-TEMPEST,-October 8.18S3, at thc Weslcvan Church,
-Molong, by the Rev. Tl oinas Moore. William Frederick, eldest son of .'olin S. Busby, E*q" Windsor, to Edith, second daughter of G. II. Ttinpist. Esq., J.P., Manager of tho Australian Joint
Stock Bank, Malone;.
DliEW-UOOTn.-September 27, at St. Silas' Church. Waterloo,
Dy tho Rev. J. N. Manning, Albert Alonr.o Octavious Vivian Drew, only sun of Peter Norri-* Drew, of Port Macquarie, to Minnio Mooth, third daughter of David Booth, of Macdonald-
GRU-F1THS-CHRISTIE.-September 26, nt St. Peter's unurcn,
Woolloomooloo, bv the Rev. T. li. Tress, Charles Wllllniii, second ion of Mr. f\ Griffiths, of Sydney, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. J. M. Christie, of El«!«, Scotland.
HALLOREN-H VRON.-July l l, bv the Rev. Mr. Preston. Oscnr
llulleren, native of Sweden, to Klizaueth, oldest daughter of tho lute Mr. John Bj ron, of Ku-bcntlcrs Bay, Sydney.
JAMES-HIPWOOl).-September 55, nt Thrift Church, St.
Leonards, hv the Rev. Alfred Ysino'd, Samuel, fourth ion of George James, of Woollahra, tn Sarah Amelia, second daughter
of Joseph Htpwood, of North Shore.
flOHXSON-CARVKTH.-Octohcr S. nt St. Patil'3 College, Dar
lindon, bv the Kev. W. A. Sharp. M.A., Hen, thc «ccond elden fon of Ben Johnson, of Camperdown, to Martha Annie, tho youngest daughter ot the Inte John Cnrvclh, of P.nlme.in.
EANAYNE-O'SHAUOHNF.SSY.-Oc-tobcr 2. KISS, hy spc
dal Meente, nt St. Peer'» Chureh, SUITT Hills, hy '.lie Hov. Dean Flanagan, Michael Katiujne, of ?Miller"» Toiut, to Mary O'Siiaughnessy, ch est daughter of Patrick O'Shtmglmesiy, of
NICOLL- LEWINS.-July 9, at St. Stephen's Presbyterian
Church, Phillip-street, by the Rev. Dr. Steel, George Wallace Nicoll, steamship owner and commission merchant, eldest son of G. R. Nicoll, Esq., of this city, and formerly of Dundee, Scotland, to Janet, eldest daughter of W. Lewins, Esq., of Deer Park, Brechin, Scotland.
PEPPRELL—WISHART.—September 20, at 179, Campbell-street,
by the Rev. J. S. Adam, Samuel Roberts, only son of the late William Pepprell, of Sydney, to Margaret Stewart, eldest daughter of the late James Gemmell Wishart, of Sydney.
REILLY-MAY.-October 10, at St. Peter's Church, Watson's
Bav, bv the Rev. J. S. Wood. Svdnev Charles, fourth son of Jiicbatd Kellie, Esq., of Tivoli, Cook's Elver, to Florence : Elizabeth, second daughter of Captain May, of Hornby Llght
.v-i-"se, South Reef.
WARDLEY-SIMPSON.-September 25, at St. Peter's Church,
Wooloomooloo, by the Rev. T. B. Tress, Hayter William, third son of George Wardley, of St. Helier's, Jersey, Channel Islands, to Minnie Lavinia, youngest dnughter of the late James Henry Simpson, of Sydney.
CARRICK.-October ll, at her mother's residence 82 Eveleigh
Street, Redfern, Emily Selina, dearly beloved second eldest daughter of the late Thomas James Carrick, aged 6 years, of diphtheria, which she bore with Christian fortitude,
fARIS.-October ll, at the Post and Telegraph Office, Waverley,
Lilian M'Cord. inlnnt daughter of T. V. nnd L. Farts, aged il
fERGCSOX-October ll, nt lils parontB' residence, King-street,
Ashfield, Norman lleton, infant son of John M. and Catherine Ferguson, sited 0 months.
JACOBS.-In loving remembrance of my denrly beloved husband,
Frederick Isaac Jacobs, who departed this life at bis residence, Richmond, Victoria, October 14, 1674 ; beloved by all who knew
him. Dead but not forgotten.
JOHNSTON.-October 12, at his son's residence, Bnlmatn-road,
Leichhardt. George Johnston, late of Parramatta, In the 43th
year of hts ape.
M'CATHiE.-In loving memory of David Henderson M'Cathie,
ivho died October 13, 18S2.
MERCHANT.-September 27,1Í1S3, at his residence, 40, Olonces
tcr-street. Willlnm Thomas Merchant, native of London. Eng lund, in Sis S3rd year, siter u short nnd Tery painful illness ; leaving a sorrowing -wife and family and a large circle of friends to mourn their loss. Rest In pence. Home papers please copy, fXEWLAND -Octolitr 12, nt the residence of his son. Philip
James Newland, of May Cottage, Dcnvent-street. Glebe. William Newland, builder, native of Chelsen-atrect, London, aged 70 years. London papers piesse copy.
(SMITH.-Oc'ober 3. 18S3, nt his residence Taylor-street, Par-
ramatta, George Edwin Smith, late nf North Kurrajong, in hl9
TAYLOR.- In loving remembrance of Emily Taylor, who died
the 12th of October, 1881, dearlv beloved mother of Mrs. C. E. Denys, 3O. Pine-street, Darlington. "Though lost to sight to
memory dear." TAYLOR.-In loving remembrance of Emily Taylor, who died
the 12th day of October, 1881, aged 66 years, dearly beloved sistcr of Mrs. A. Russell, Manly Beach. " Home at last, thy
^THOMAS.-September 24. nt his residence. No. 13, Burton-lane, I
George Thoma«, bricklayer, after n short but painful lllnsfs, »lied 63. leaving a wife and three childiea to mourn their loss. May his soul rest in peace.
HVISDOM.-October 8. 1883,nt Lnwrenny-lornice, 535, Elizabeth
street South, Sydney, Rosalind Amv. dearlv loved and youngest daughter ol Robert nnd Elizabeth 'Wlsdnni, aged 21 years and 6
£EEND.-At hin resideneo, Glebe Point-rond, J, J. Yeend, aged