BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
[Notices under this hold are charco I 3s. per inser- tion, nu J each must be'autlionticated by tho signaturo of somorupoasiblopcrjou.] , . .
WATERS.-On tho 30th October, at hor residence,
Boundary-street, Spring; Hill, tho wiloof J. H. E. Waters, of a sori.
FORREST-KEATING-On the 16th October, at St.
Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, by his Grace the Arch- bishop of Brisbane, assisted by tho Rev. Fathers Fouby and Dunham, Eugene Joseph Forrest, of Brisbane. to Evelyn Keating. youngest daughter of the late William Keating, of Wickham-terrace, Bris-
McMANUS-STREET.-On the 20th September, at
Sandgate, by the Von. Archdeacon Matthew, William Robert M'Mauus, Mount Lonsdale Station, Maranoa, to Jaue Gertrude, youngest daughter of Charles Street, Sandgate.
SCOTT-MURPHY.—On the 4th October, at St.
Stephen's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Fouhy, George Firth Scott, to Ailleen Godson Jervois, eldest daughter of the late John Murphy, police-magistrate,
MALMNQUIST.-In lot ing memory of John Edward,
the dearly beloved son of John and Elizabeth Mahnnquist, who departed this lifo 4th November, 103i, aged 2 years and 0 month?.
His days on earth wera very few t
Thoy passoil away like morning dow. Take warning by your culling youth. And early seek the God of Truth.
This lovely bud, so young; and fair,
Called hence by curly doom,
Just came to show how sweet a flower
In Paradiso would bloom.
Inserted by his sorrowing- parents. '